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DUSHORE (Sullivan Co.)
Despite a few rumbles of thunder
in the distance, the Sullivan Coun
ty Dairy Festival Parade started
ion time in Dushore.
This year’s parade theme,
“Milk, 200 Years of Goodness,”
brought out many floats made by
the youth of the county as well as
The Sullivan County band was
on hand to play a few songs and
there were several marching units.
Convertibles carrying the coun
ty’s royality drove down the main
street of Dushore, while crowds
lined the street.
The 1994 dairy maids Carrie
Susan Pardoe, 1994 Sullivan County dairy princess, left,
with 1993 Princess Amy Warburton.
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Hottenstein, Jessica Lambert, Syl
via Pardow, Kristina Paidoe, and
Jill Broschart waved to the crowds
as they passed. The 1994 Dairy
Princess candidate. Susan Pardoe
and 1993 Dairy Princess Amy
Warburton and Daisy, the cow,
delighted the crowd.
Also present was Sullivan
County Fair Queen Tanya Lewis.
Floats were judged and prizes
After the parade, each dairy
maid introduced herself and her
parents and told where in the
county her farm was located. She
then received her dairy maid ban
ner from 1993 Princess, Amy
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attractive to translate a favorable
impression for the dairy industry.
Participants at the seminar were
taught how to use flattering colors,
make-up, and hairstyles.
“The better you feel about your
self, the better you will do,"
instructor Mim Kauffman said in
regards to the public speaking
“You must first sell yourself in
Susan answered a few questions
from the emcee, Fred Fiester, and
Amy gave her farewell speech.
She thanked everyone who had
made her year a huge success and
wished Susan the best in 1994.
She then crowned Susan the
1994 Sullivan County Dairy Prin
cess. The dairy maids and princess
then made a huge ice cream sun
dae for the crowd to enjoy. There
was a cow milking contest for the
adults and a goat milking contest
for the kids.
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Dairy Princess Training Seminar
order to sell something else,” said
Melinda Johnson, who taught the
dairy princesses how to apply
make-up to help them look their
best She also met with each one
individually to help them choose
the colors that are most attractive
for their skin tones.
Jeff Lloyd, hair stylist, spent
time with each one to determine
the most flattering hairstyles for
the shape of each one’s face. If the
participant desired, he cut the hair
and styled it. While he worked
with each participant, he offered
hints on hair care and suggested
proper ph balances for hair
Teachings sessions on public
speaking and working with the
media were held during the day
that began with breakfast at 7 a.m.
and sessions held throughout the
day until 10 p.m.
Capitol Region Chooses
to design her outfit when she was
given a silk scarf from Paris. Here
royal blue jacke is made from wool
she won last year participating in
the Make It With Wool competi
tion. The jacket features slanted
welt pockets, an asymmetrical
closing, five bound button holes
and is fully lined. Her fully-lined
skirt has two pleats to the side. She
also made the blouse to coordinate
with the suit.
• Cara Regitz chose a melon
colored semi-fitted, slightly tap
ered lined line dress. The mid-calf
length dress has a mock neckband,
covered shoulder pads, side front
and back seams, a back zipper
above the elbow sleeves, and nine
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or high moisture esr corn. The KwikKrueher
equipped with 7 inch diameter steel rol
manufactured In our own plant. The KwikKursher
available In 24 Inch and 36 Inch models with either
elevator discharge or with a blower discharge
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Each dairy princess was
required to present both a speech
and a skit, which was individually
Skits and speeches are made
numerous times in dairy princess
appearances but must be adapted
to fit the audience. Senior cititzens
have different interests than young
families with children.
Sessions were also held on
industry concerns and how dairy
promotion agencies can help pro
vide information and resources to
promote the dairy industry.
Although the sessions were
packed with information and free
time was not available during the
three-day seminar, dairy princes
ses found the seminar enjoyable
and reported that they were excited
and eager to promote Pennsylvani
a’s dairy industry that is the state’s
number one agricultural industry.
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• Maggie Strausbaugh stitched a
princess-style dress make with
polyester flowered fabric. Her
dress is semi-fitted with a flared
skirt, short sleeves and a back zip
per. To accessorize her outfit, she
chose a pink chiffon scarf that she
wove through the buttonholes at
• Juli Zcpp created a reversible
coat, complete with a corduroy col
lar, patch pockets, contrasting
cuffs of olive and cream and top
stitching. Her casual olive pants
include a back yoke and side and
back pockets. Julie designed her
own vest pattern with 48 marching
elephants in dessert colors. Each
elephant is hand embroidered with