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B26—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 9,1984
Butler Co. mimes Dairy Goat Youth Rep.
BY BARBARA RADER
BUTLER Brenda L. Kopp, 19,
who resides with her aunt & uncle
David & Carol Kopp of Prospect,
was recently selected the 1984
Butler County Dairy Goat Youth
Miss Kopp was chosen among
four other contestants vying for the
honor. David Kopp, the outgoing
1983 representative and Miss
Kopp’s cousin, will turn over the
sash at a, formal ceremony at June
when the adult club meets.
An active 4-H’er for five years in
the Bubble Gum Kids and elected
president his year, Miss Kopp
acquired her first registered
American Alpine kid doe just three
She’s also a member of the
Butler 4-H Dairy Goat Herders
New wedding gifts needed
for changing times
MEDIA Today most people
have been working for awhile
before they marry, and traditional
wedding gifts may not be ap
propriate any more. For example,
many people have the basics like
toasters and bath towels.
Many people are giving gifts that
are more luxury items than
necessities, says Greta C. Vairo,
extension home economist with the
Penn State Extension Service.
Gifts that help the newlyweds plan
for the future and damage their
household are also appreciated.
Artwork is one thing many people
enjoy but don’t buy for themselves.
Prints, paintings and sculpture in
wood, glass or metal all make fine
gifts, provided they are bought
with the newlyweds’ taste in mind.
Pennsylvania is a good place to
shop for such gifts because of the
many arts’ fairs and crafts shops.
If the couple enjoys cooking and
entertaining, some specialty ap
pliances make nice gifts. These
include food processors and
microwave ovens. Because space
is often limited, appliances that do
double-duty are usually ap
Giving additional serving pieces
to add to dinnerware the couple
where she serves as treasurer and
as chairman of the fund raiser
committee. Goats, veterinary
science, flowers and forestry head
up her project list this year. In the
past Miss Kopp carried vegetable
gardening, sweet corn and sewing.
Bethany Hilterman, 12-year-old,
was selected runner-up for this
years contest. She resides at R 4,
Butler, and is the daughter of Mr.
& Mrs. Robert Hilterman. She
currently is serving as
photographer and news reporter of
the Dairy Goat Herders Club and
carries registered grade French
Alpines for her project.
To become the county’s youth
representative, the contestants
were interviewed, took a written
test, had a 3-minute time limit to
name all the breeds of goats and
sense. For patio entertaining,
quality pastic dinnerware or a
picnic basket might come in
Gifts that are an investment in
the future are both practical and
add a nice touch of symbolism at
this time in the couple’s life.
Savings bonds that increase in
value as time goes on fit in with the
emphasis on the future that a
Money and household
management gifts are ap
propriate, especially for two
career couples. These can include
books about money management
iwth a savings bond to go with it.
You might also buy a filing cabinet
or other gift that encourages the
couple to have a business center.
With dual-career couples, a gift
of services might be appreciated.
For example, you might pay t have
their lawn care done for a year. Or
you can volunteer to teach them a
skill you have such as baking
bread or wallpapering.
Gift certifiates to a grocery store
or your favorite recipes and the
needed ingredients can also help a
new couple start housekeeping.
Penn State is an affirmative action
equal opportunity university.
were asked to a compose story ot
why they would make a good
representative for the dairy goat
David Kopp the past
representative is now president of
the Dairy Goat 4-H Herders and
has been a member of the Bubble
Gum Kids for the past five years.
His registered goats are Pure
French Alpines. His projects in
clude veterinary science, sweet
com and dairy goats. He’s also
taken pet care, rabbits and gar
He stated that he really enjoyed
his year as the county delegate.
Attending various dairy goat
shows participating in the opening
exercises and the flag ceremonies
at Mercer County Show, West
moreland County Show, Western
Penna. Regional 4-H Show he also
exhibited his goats besides taking
part as a representative.
The group also put on a petting
zoo for the elderly people of the
Zelienople Passavant Health
The Butler County 4-H’ers are
looking forward to a field day in
June with a newly formed dairy
goat group in Lawrence County.
Highlights will be the Western Pa.
4-H Dairy Goat Show scheduled in
September in Indiana County.
NEWARK, Del. - The Newark
Lions Club has chosen a 4-H officer
as Outstanding Male Teenager of
1984. David Morneau, 16, of
Covered Bridge Farms, is vice
president of the Fantastics 4-H
Club and a member of New Castle
County 4-H Junior council.
Last year he devoted over 250
hours to voluntary service projects
under the auspices of his 4-H club
and church. A frequent visitor to
the Mary Campbell Center and the
Episcopal Church Home, he also
helped organize Safety Town
(tricycle safety clinic) for small
children, and helped other han
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SAT., JUNE 23 - 8 P.M.
SUN., JUNE 24 - 2 P.M.
• Rain or Shine
Plenty of Seating Under Roof!
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Adults $4.50 $5.50
Children (12 and
Children under 6 free
Bareback Bronc Riding Saddle Bronc Riding
Brahma Bull Riding Calf Roping
Steer Wrestling Team Roping
Cowgirls Barrel Race Wild Cow Milking
Girls Goat Tying
Butler County Dairy Goat Youth Representative Brenda
Kopp with her pride and joy, Sun, a 3-month-old registered
American Alpine doe.
named Outstanding Male Teenager
dicapped children manage a
garden at Bellevue State Park.
David took part in 4-H exchange
visits to Vermont and North
Carolina. In return, his family
hosted a 4-H leader from Jamaica
and an intematinal 4-H youth
exchange (IF YE) participant
from New Zealand. This spring
David also attended the Delaware
Cooperative Youth Conference and
helped teach a computer course to
A sophomore at St. Mark’s High
School, David plays in the band
and belongs to the Key Club, a
service organization. As the Lion’s
iture Rodeo Pete;
Box 365 SHARTLESVILLE, PA. 19554
Located 1 Mile North of Rt. 22 (1-78) EXIT 8
Tractor Pull - July 15 & Aug. 5
Charlie Pride - July 29
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Aug. 26
Bluegrass Festival - Sept. 7,8,9
Club Outstanding Male Teenager
of the year, he was awarded a
certificate and $l5O.