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Franklin Co. Correspondent
Co.) Jessica Royer was chosen
as the 1993 Franklin County Dairy
Princess during the county’s 26th
annual Dairy Princess Pageant
held at the Lighthouse Restaurant
Royer will be no stranger to her which was dedicated to the mem
new job as dairy princess because ory of Norman W. Sollenberger,
she was the alternate dairy prin- were John Creighton Jr., Scott
cess for the county for 1992. Deputy, and Norma Lash.
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Melvin also raises cattle, three
of which arc Scotish Highlanders.
“My husband fell in love with
them when he first saw them. He
likes different things,” she said.
According to Lilly, the Highlan
ders grow more slowly, do not eat
much grain, and are much lower in
“Our butcher could not believe
how little fat was on the one we
butchered,” Lilly said. “It was
much less than any cattle that he
Several times a month Lilly vol
unteers at the local Veteran’s
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Jessica Royer Captures Dai
She won her new crown after
competing against two other
One of her competitors, Amy
Dulebohn, was named first alter
nate dairy princess. The second
alternate dairy princess was Mary
The judges for the pageant,
In life, there is always some
thing new to learn and to make
adjustments. Several months ago,
Lilly’s son-in-law was paralyzed
from the chest down in an acci
dent Although he has arm move
ment, he does not have use of his
fingers. The couple have a
9-month-old baby, and Lilly has
spent many hours helping her
daughter and at the rehabilitation
hospital where the son-in-law-is
still a patient.
The accident has been a devas
tating blow to the family. With her
usual resourcefulness, Lilly is
searching for ways to help in the
transition. She said that together
they are learning that life goes on
and one must team to cope.
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The contestants were judged on
how they answered the pageant
question and on the way they
delivered their presentations to
promote the dairy industry.
The contest question was,
“What is the largest and most con
cerning issue for farmers today
and with your promotional efforts
how would you address this
Royer answered that the biggest
issue is to promote the occupation
of being a farmer.
Dulebohn answered that the
major thing is to promote the ben
efits of milk over soda.
Deaven replied that the main
concerns is to get people to drink
In her presentation Royer
dressed like a cow that was named
Moola Bell. Moola Bell was the
chef for the evening and she told
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about the importance of milk and
Duiebohn performed her pre
sentation as. a dentist who had a
large stuffed cow doll in the den
tist’s chair. She told the doll the
importance of drinking milk.
In her presentation Deaven
dressed as Barney, the purple
dinosaur that is the main character
in the popular children’s show.
Her Barney informed all his
friends about the goodness of
When the judging was over,
Royer received her new crown
from 1992 Franklin County Dairy
Princess Jennifer Rosenberry.
Rosenberry also is the First Alter
nate State Dairy Princess for 1992.
Royer is a 1991 graduate of
James Buchanan High School and
is the daughter of Sue Royer.
She is employed on two farms,
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Dulebohn is a 1993 graduate of
James Buchanan High School and
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
She is a 4-H and an FFA mem
ber and will attend Wilson Col
lege in Chambersburg this fall to
study to become a veterinarian
medical technician. She resides on
an 88-acre farm that her family
has owned for 108 years.
Deaven is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Deaven. She is a
4-H and FFA member also and
also plans to attend Wilson Col
lege where she will study in the
She shows cattle at the local
fairs and lives on a farm that has
been in her family for 40 years.
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