Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 17, 1995, Image 60

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    820-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Juna 17, 1995
The 1995 Lebanon County dairy promotion court is comprised of Dairy Princess
Kristi Schoffstall, seated; on her left Andrea Bashore, dairy maid, and Lil’ Miss Eli-
zabeth Smith; on the right, Alternated Dairy Princess Stephanie Buck, and Lil' Miss
Faith Heagy.
Lebanon Selects Schoffstall
As Dairy Princess
Lancaster Farming Staff
LEBANON (Lebanon
Co.) The Lebanon County
Dairy Princess Committee held its
annual dairy princess pageant June
10 at the Lebanon County Area
Vocational Techincal School.
A panel of three, non-resident
judges selected the county dairy
princess, an alternate, a dairy maid
and two lil’ dairy misses to carry
out county promotion activities for
the next year.
Selected as the 1995 Lebanon
County dairy princess was Kristi
Schoffstall, 18. daughter of Dennis
and Karen Schoffstall, of
Employeed at the 500-acre Bar
ry Donmoyer dairy farm, which
has a herd of 230 Holsteins,
Schoffstall is a senior at Northern
Lebanon High School with plans
to attend Messiah College to study
In school, she is in involved
with varsity field hockey, winter
track, softball, chorus, musicals.
Northern Lites, Varsity Club, and
She is also involved in the Fel
lowship of Christian Athletes, her
church youth group. NAC compet
itions, bible quizzing and volun
teering at Lebanon Valley Bre
thren Home.
During the program, princesses
are judged on several different
qualifications, such as speaking
ability, intelligence and know
ledge of the dairy industry, appear
ance (stressing healthfulness and
neatness), poise and personality.
They are also judged on their
creativity and stage presence. Each
contestant prepares and performs a
short promotional sketch or skit
that could be used to entertain and
deliver convincing messages about
the healthful attributes of dairy
In her presentation, Schoffstall
portrayed a husband/farmer talk
ing about his health and the need
for him to drink milk and consume
dairy products, as well as the need
for his wife to do the same.
Stephanie Buck, 16, daughter of
Harry and Annette Buck, Annville,
was selected as the alternate dairy
Buck, who was involved in
dairy promotion activities last
year, lives on her family farm
where she owns three Holsteins.
Her family 150-acre farm is named
Buck-View and they have about 95
A sophomore at Palmyra High
School, she is involved in band and
soccer, while she has served as
secretary of the South Mountain
4-H Club, NoSoAnn Dairy Club,
has participated in the county dairy
bowl, and is a junior member of the
Holstein Association.
She also attends Hershey Free
Evangelical Church and is in
involved in the Senior High Oasis.
For her hobbies she said she enjoys
playing piano, teaching piano, cer
amics. cake decorating and play
ing volleyvall and soccer.
In her presentation, designed for
young audiences, Buck used a cow
hand puppet and dialogue to bring
out the beneficial aspects of dairy
Andrea Bashore, 15, daughter of
Ricki and Roberta Bashore. Leb
ganon. was selectd to serve as a
county dairy maid.
A student at Northern Lebanon
High School, and a FFA member,
she is also involved in the Norleb
co 4-H Dairy Club and is a junior
member of the Holstein
Two lil’ miss dairy princesses
were selected.
Faith Heagy, 5, daughter of
Luke and Carol Heagy, of Leba
non, helps with some chores
around her parents’ 80-acre farm,
where they milk about 60 Hols
teins and Jerseys.
Elizabeth Smith, 7. daughter of
Lancaster Fashion Revue
LANCASTER (Lancaster Co.)
Lancaster County 4-H Fashion
Revue will be held on June 27 at
the Farm and Home Center in
Lancaster. Four-H members from
all parts of the county will model
their sewing handiwork in a fash
ion show beginning at 7 p.m.
Winners will be announced and
ribbons awarded following the
Dauphin Fashion Revue
DAUPHIN (Dauphin Co.)
Approximately SO children be
tween the ages of 8 and 18 will be
participating in a Clothing Fash
ion Revue on Saturday, June 24, at
the Dauphin County Agriculture
and Natural Resources Center,
Dauphin. The children will be
judged on garments they con
structed in 4-H clothing projects
Earl and Marilyn Smith, Lebanon,
also helps her parents at their
146-acre Meadow View Farm.
They milk about 80 Holsteins..
Stacy Krall, outgoing county
dairy princess, crowned Schoffs
tall and congratualted her on being
Prior to the selection of a prin
cess, Krall addressed the audience,
reviewing the past year, its chal
lenges and opportunities. She
thanked those who supported her
and who gave her the opportunity
to serve as dairy princess.
The judges for the contest were
state Rep. Arthur Hershey, Chester
County, Joanne Peifer, of Lancas
ter, a former coordinator for the-
Pennsylvania Dairy Promotion
Program, and Sue Bashore, cur
rently involved with the Hosltein
Association, a former coordinator
for the state dairy princess prog
ram, and outgoing executive sec
retary of the Pa. Dairyman’s
Rebecca Sonnen Bubc, a prog
ram director for the Middle Atlan
tic Milk Marketing Association,
served as the master of ceremonies
and interviewed contestants. Bube
is a former Lebanon County and
state dairy princess.
Following the program, an ice
cream social was held.
For more information on the
program call Terry Shuey, book
ing chairperson, at (717)
evening fashion show. The top
winners in the junior and senior
divisions will compete in Region
al 4-H Fashion Revue on Thurs
day, June 29, at Colonial Paik
United Methodist Church in Har
For more information contact
Marilyn Holloway at the Lancas
ter County 4-H Office, phone
(717) 394-6851.
in the past year. Thc projccts in
clude all skill levels and a range of
garments as well as needlework
and quilting.
The public is invited to a Fash
ion Show at 1 p.m., at which time
13 participants will be chosen to
move on to a regional competition
on Thursday, June 29.
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BHM Farm Norman D. C
Equipment, Inc. & Son, Inc.
RDI, Rte. 934 Honey Grove, PA
717-867-2211 717-734-3682
Loysville, PA
PA New Holland, w
R&w A.B.C. Groff,
Equipment Co. 110 south Raiiroi
35 East Willow Street 717-354-4191
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Messick Farm C.J. Wonsii
Equipment, Inc. Bros.
Rt. 283 - Rheem’s Exit R.D. 2
717-367-1319 215-987-6257
Halifax. PA
Sweigard Bros.
R.D. 3, Box 13
Homy Brook. PA Tamaaua. pa
Dependable Charles S.
Motor Co. Snyder, Inc.
East Main Street R.D. 3
215-273-3131 717-386-5945
Weat Grpyy, RA
S.G. Lewis &
Son, Inc.
R.D. 2, Box 66
Roderick. MD
Ceresville Ford New Holland,
-Rl. 26 East 301-662-4197
Outside MD, 800-331-9122
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Leslie G. Fogg, Smith Tractoi
Inc. Equip., Inc.
Canton & Stow Creek 15 Hillcrest Ave.
Landing Rd. 908-689-7900
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Pitman, PA
Wooditown. NJ
Owen Supply 0
Broad Street &
East Avenue