Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 11, 1993, Image 1

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    Vol. 38 No. 44
County dairy princesses competing for the state title are, from left, front
row: Stephanie Slngo, Somerset; Marsha Chess, Mercer; Jennifer Bashore,
Lebanon; Rebecca Glass, Clearfield; Cathy Gro, Mifflin; Taryn Laidacker, SUN
Area; Marel Raub, Perry; Anna Calhoun, Indiana-Armstrong; Jayanna Kopp,
Dauphin; Christine Holm, Butler; Jennifer Braddock, Erie; and Andrea
Homan, Centre. Middle row: Llsha Mummert, Adams; Amy Warburton, Sulli
van; Rebekah Garrison, Wyoming-Lackawanna; Rebecca Bechtel, Tioga;
Thresa inhof, Chester; Amelia Saunders, Warren; Crystal Schwelghofer, Pa.
37th Pennsylvania Dairy Princess Coronation Set For September 18
CLARION (Clarion
Co.) Thirty-six contestants are
expected to compete in the 37th
annual Pennsylvania Dairy Prin
cess Pageant, scheduled for Sept
18 at the Sheraton Harrisburg-
According to an announcement
from the Pennsylvania Dairy Prin
cess and Promotion Service Inc.,
the agency which receives support
from fanner-paid dairy promotion
funds to operate the state dairy
princess program, the evening
event begins at S:3O p.m. with a
milk punch reception at the hotel,
followed by a 6:30 p.m. banquet
and the pageant
Tickets to the evening event are
being sold on a first-come, first
served basis and the deadline is
Sept IS.
Dr. CharlM Pitts
Four Sections
The 36 county dairy princess are
to compete for the title of state
dairy princess, currently held by
Crystal Schweighofer, who is to
crown the nextprincess.The newly
selected princess is to reign for one
Maryland Correspondent
TIMONIUM, Md. Peace &
Plenty AJ Lovie owned by Joe
Schwartzbeck family of Union
Bridge was crowned Miss Futurity
1993. The 10th annual bovine
beauty pageant was held in the
Cow Palace at the Maryland State
Northeast Poultry Show Opens Sept. 29
Mika Bnibakar
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 11, 1993
year, from September to
During the reign, the state prin
cess is to represent Pennsylvania
dairy producers, speaking and
promoting the healthful, nutritive
Schwartzbeck Entry Wins
Maryland Miss Futurity
A beautifully made cow, with a
wide rib cage and a long level top
line caught Judge Wayne Sliker’s
eye. This outstanding winner was
also awarded the Maryland best
bred and owned award at the Hols
tein Show. She is sired by Bridon
Astro Jet.
Distinguished guests were
escorted into the arena in red con
LANCASTER (Lancaster Co.)
The Northeast Poultry Show is
scheduled for Wednesday, Sep
tember 29 and Thursday, Septem
ber 30 hoe at the Lancaster Host
More than 750 people went
through the exhibit hall last year,
and show planners expect a larger
turnout this year because of some
new attractions and what they
consider to be a very dynamic
In addition, Lancaster Farm
ing will have a special “Poultry
Notes” section to be published in
the Sept. 25 issue that will include
a preview of the show and feature
exhibitor’s messages.
Dairy Princess; Cecilia Martin. York; Kara Tussey, Huntingdon; Susan Willey,
Blair; JamlerWllson, Jefferson; Marcl Harnlsh, Lancaster; and Rebecca Wood*
ward, Juniata. Back row: Diane Yoder, Bucks*Montgomery; Katherine Patter
son, Clarion-Venango; Tamara Drotleff, Beaver-Lawrence; Amy Van Blarcom,
Bradford; Jessica Royer, Franklin; Jennie Shamro, Susquehanna; Amy
Mearkle, Bedford; Jennifer Grimes, Berks; SSftrif’Alsdorf, Crawford; Diane
Myers, Cumberland; Christine Martin, Clinton; and Jennifer Price, Wayne.
and enjoyment qualities of milk
and dairy products.
The pageant is specially sche
duled to be held on the Saturday
evening proceeding the Pennsylva
nia All-American Dairy Show.
vcrtiblcs and presented by master
of ceremonies David Brauning.
Guests included ringmaster
Marion Andrews: Maryland Farm
Bureau Queen Kristin Archer;
Maryland Dairy Princess Dawn
Downey; county princesses Kristi
Geary, Martha Chason, Mary
Ellen Seraydian, and Rebecca
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Exhibit Hall • New
In addition to the large number
of vendors displaying new pro
ducts and services, the exhibit hall
Because of the Ephrata Fair
in the town where Lancaster
Farming is published,
advance notice is given for the
publication deadlines that will
be needed for the last full
week in September. They are;
Mailbox Markets Mon
day, Sept. 20. at noon.
Public Sales Monday,
608 Pw Copy
Special Deadlines September 20-24
$19.75 Per Year
which runs during the following
week and features national, reg
ional and state dairy cattle breed
shows and sales.
Prior to the pageant night, how
ever, the princess contestants par
ticipate in two full days of activi
ties and interviews during which a
panel of four judges, all from out
of-state, are to select seven final
ists and eventually the state prin
cess and two alternates.
Again this year, the awards to
the winners are to be $1,200 for the
princess and s6ooeach to the alter
nates. The monetary awards are
from a grant from Sire Power Inc.,
and several anonymous
In addition, two contestants are
to receive $lOO awards for out
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will also feature a special produc
er seminar each day.
On Wednesday, September 29,
Dr. Charles Pitts, Penn State Uni-
(Turn to Pago A 24)
SepL 20, at noon.
Genual News Tuesday,
Sept 21, at S p.m.
Classified Section C
Tuesday, Sept 21, at 5 p.m.
Other Classified Ads
Wednesday, Sept 22, 9 a.m.
Late-Breaking News -
Wednesday, Sept. 22 at noon.