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On The Farm With Cambria
County’s Dairy Princess
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Her favorite aspect of the program
is the school promotions espe
cially those which deal with pre
school age children. Marie enjoys
these young children because they
are so “energetic.” She encourages
the use of dairy products with the
children by activities such as
“shaking and making" instant pud
ding in a jar.
Marie takes her duties as Dairy
Princess quite seriously “to
promote dairy products and the
dairy industry an 1 to make people
more aware of their importance.”
Marie attended the National Hol
stein Convention in Pittsburgh in
June, and more recently. Ag Prog
ress Days at Rock Springs. In both
cases she was there in her capacity
Cambria County Dairy Piineasa Marla Lleb Uvea at Barr .
Rldga Farm hi Nlcktown.
Ephrata's 77th Annu
39th Annual Baby Parade
Sponsored By: Ephrata Farmers’ Day Association, Inc.
Saturday, September 30, 1995 - 2:00 P.M.
In the event of rain, the Parade and Judging will be held in
the Steffy Buick Building, 20 S. State St., 1 p.m.
Route of Parade - Parade forms on Lake Street, from Main
Street to Franklin Street. Leave starting point to square, left
on South State Street, left on E. Fulton Street, left on Lake
Street, to dispersal point (Lake Street). Must register by
Friday, September 29.
1994 BPHRATA FAIR "TENT CITY" EXHIBITORS
Atlantic Braadart Cooparativa Parkview Garage
Lancaster, PA Ephrala, PA
Binkley A Hurst Broa., Inc. Star ChavroM<OMamoblle and
Lititz, PA Feathertlts Trailers
Zimmerman’s Exotic Animals Ephrata, PA
Ephrata, PA PA Stale Young Farmers
Hoover Small Engine Repair Henry B. Hoover Inc. Agway
Denver, PA Ephrata
Holllnger's Lawn A Garden Plasterer Equipment Co., Inc.
Equipment Lebanon, PA
Brownstown/Ephrata, PA si ra po**
Lebanon Valley Naf I Bank -Ag Group TunkhannocK, PA
Lebanon, PA PennfMd Corporation
Wes Stauffer Engines A Equipment Lancaster, PA
Ephrata, PA Adamatown Equipment
as a promoter of the dairy industry.
This articulate young lady has also
spoken to both farm and non-farm
groups, as well as school groups.
She was also a featured speaker at
the Cambria County 4-H Achieve
More recently, in taking her
message to a more urban audience,
Marie was in attendance at the All-
American Amateur Baseball Asso
ciation (AAABA) championship
game at the Point Stadium in
Johnstown. The Johnstown entry,
sponsored by Sani-Dairy, had
thrilled the hometown fans by
reaching the final game, and was
pitted against a team from New
Orleans. Johnstown lost the game
but Marie was excited by the
opportunity. She walked through
the crowd with a “cow,” (person
dressed like a cow) passing out
stickers, recipes, and coloring
books. This one-on-one contact on
the local level is an integral part of
the Dairy Princess program.
The Cambria County Fair was
the next stop on Marie’s agenda.
Besides attending in an official
capacity as Dairy Princess she also
showed “Barr Ridge Leadman
Frankiea three year old dry cow.
The Liebs have' a strong sense of
“family” which is quite evident in
Marie’s outlook on life. Marie
thoroughly enjoys farm life. She
feels that “it keeps the family
attached...everyone must work
together to keep things going.”
Because the extended family is
close, Marie takes pride in the fact
that she knows all of her aunts and
uncles and 41 cousins. In this fast
paced world, it is refreshing to note
that this young lady has her priori
ties in order!
Heritage Homes Tour
NEW WINDSOR, Md. On
October 1, the New Windsor Heri
tage Committee will showcase
eight historic homes and buildings
on its Heritage Homes Tour. The
tour starts at St Paul’s United
Methodist Church, Main and High
streets. New Windsor, from noon
to S p.m.
Bake Sale-10:00 a.m.; Midway Opens-11:00 a.m.; Exhibits Open-4:00
p.m.; Hog Judging, Adult Tractor Driving, Special Dinner-5:00 p.m.; Rides
Open, Antique Tractor Registration-6:30 p.m.; Pig Chase-8:00 p.m.
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27
FAIR PARADE - 7:00 P.M.
Bands - Floats • Marching Units (Rain Date: September 28)
Dairy Cattle Judging: Midway & Exhibits Open-10:00 a.m.; Cloister FFA
Tractor Driving-1:00 p.m.; Lamb Judging Begins-3:30 p.m.; Rides
Open-4;00 p.m.; Parade-7:00 p.m.
Midway & Exhibits Open-10:00 a.m.; Kiddies’ Day-1:00-6:00 p.m.;
and Take” Jugglers-3:00 p.m.; Baby Beef Judging-5:00 p.m.; Livestock
Sale-6:30 p.m.; Tug-Of-War Weigh-In, Suicide Wings Eating Contest,
Garden Tractor Pull-7:00 p.m.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29
Midway & Exhibits Open-10:00 a.m.; “Give and Take’ Jugglers-3:00
P ,m,: Open-4:00 p.m.; Cow Milking Contest-6:30 p.m.; Family Fun
YVr Contests, Antique Tractor Games-7:00 p.m.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30 dBI|
Exhibits Open-9:00 a.m.; Exhibits Removed in Park-10:00 a.m.; Rides
Open-12:00 Noon; Baby Parade Registration-1:00 p.m.; Baby Parade
-2:00 p.m.; Exhibits Removed Uptown-8:30 p.m.
Members of the Old-Time Plowboys will demonstrate
turn-of-the-century farming methods at Heemet Fescht,
Sept. 23*24 at Kutztown University.
German Culture Fest
KUTZTOWN (Berks Co.)
More than 40 skilled artisans will
breathe new life into traditional
crafts today at the third annual
Heemet Fescht. Sponsored by the
Tickets are $lO per person for
the tour and they can be purchased
in advance or at St. Paul’s United
Methodist Church on the day of
the event. For further information
call Judith Gray on (410)
875-0016 or Beverly Nelson on
day, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
September 26-September 30, 1995
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28
22ND ANNUAL PIG CHASE
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 - 8:00 P.M.
Classes:* 7-11 Years *l2-15 years •16 Years & Over • Ladies
At The Artworks At Doneckers
Thursday, Friday & Saturday - September 28, 29 & 30
Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, September 23, 1995-BIS
Kutztown University Pennsylva
nia German Cultural Heritage
Center at Kutztown University,
the event will be held from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on the center grounds off
Luckenbill Road. Admission is
free although parking donations
will be accepted.
In addition to craft demonstra
tions, Heemet Fescht ’95 will fea
ture other activities celebrating
19th- and 20th-century Pennsyl
vania German culture. They in
clude farming exhibits, regional
foods, traditional music, lectures,
a Civil War encampment and a
special church service given in the
Pennsylvania German dialect
For more information about
Heemet Fescht, call the Pennsyl
vania German Cultural Heritage
Center at Kutztown University at