Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 13, 1998, Image 56

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    812-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 13, 1998
York Dairy Princess Pageant
York Co. Correspondent
YORK (York Co.) Three
young women will compete for
the title of York County Dairy
Princess during the annual
pageant planned for Saturday,
June 20, at the 4-H Center,
beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Competing for the crown and
the opportunity to serve as the
county’s dairy industry spokes
woman for a year are Heather
Growl, Jessica Pomraning and
Jessica Yohe. This year’s dairy
court will also include two can
didates for dairy maid, and one
each for the positions of dairy
miss and li’l dairy miss.
Heather Crowl, 16, is the
daughter of Joyce and Ellis
Crowl, McCall’s Ferry Road,
Airville. She is a junior at Red
Lion Area High School and
active in the school’s chapter of
the Fla. Heather owns 22 head
of Holsteins, Milking
Shorthorns and Brown Swiss in
the family’s Joy-El dairy herd
and especially enjoys showing
cattle as a 4-H dairy club mem
ber. She has been one of York
County’s Dairy Maids for three
Jessica Pomraning, 16, is the
daughter of Myron and Teresa
Pomraning, Slab Road, Delta.
Jessica is a junior at Red Lion
Area High School where she is
in the marching band, year book
staff, and cast member of the
school musical. She is also a
member of the Airville 4-H com
munity club. The Pomraning
family milks 60 head.
Jessica Yohe, 16, is the
daughter of Kathy and Jerry
Yohe, York. She is a junior at
Spring Grove Area High School
and member of the track and
field teams Jessica is employed
part time at both Hardee’s
Restaurant and Stump Acres
Dairy Farm, where her father
works with the 1,200 acre, 100
milking-head operation.
April Daugherty and Janet
Yohe are candidates to represent
the county’s dairy industry as
Dairy Maid participants.
April Daugherty is 14 and the
daughter of Terry Anne and
Phillip Daugherty, Lemon
Street, York. An eighth-grader
at New Freedom Christian
School, April enjoys softball. She
helps with the family’s herd of
dairy cattle and has assisted
with dairy promotion programs
with her sister, current York
Dairy Princess, Amanda
Janet Yohe, 14, is the daugh
ter of Kathy and Jerry Yohe,
York. She is a ninth-grade stu
dent at Spring Grove Area High
School, active in the school
orchestra as well as volleyball,
basketball and track events.
Janet is currently the vice-pres
ident of the York Lutheran
Youth Organization.
Ten-year-old Amanda Hoover,
candidate for Dairy Miss, is the
daughter of Rose and Paul
Hoover, East Prospect. The
Hoover family raises and milks
a herd of dairy goats.
Li’l Miss candidate is Amber
Thoman, four-year-old daughter
of Gail and Gary Thoman,
Dunkard Valley Road,
Dallastown. Amber has helped
with dairy promotions with her
mother, coordinator of the York
Is June 20
dairy promotion activities.
The York Dairy Princess and
Promotion Committee is invit
ing the county’s dairy producers
and related businesses to help
with financial support of the
Vying for the York Dairy Princess title, are, from left,
Jessica Yohe, Heather Growl, and Jessica Pomraning.
York dairy promotion candidates who will participate in
the annual pageant include, from left, Amanda Hoover,
Dairy Miss candidate, current York County Dairy Princess
Amanda Daugherty, Li’l Miss Candidate, and dairy maid
candidates, April Daugherty and Janet Yohe.
Publications For
Home Care Providers
HERSHEY, Pa. (Dauphin
Co.) With a growing trend
toward shorter hospital stays,
families are assuming more
responsibility for home care.
Two new publications are
designed to assist families with
this often difficult task: “Home
Care Guide for Advanced
Cancer” and “Home Care Guide
for HIV and AIDS.”
“These publications are
designed to give family members
or friends caring for people with
serious illnesses the information
they need to provide the best
and most informed home care
possible,” said Dr. Peter S.
Houts, editor of both books and
professor of behavioral science
and medicine at Penn State’s
College of Medicine. “This man
ual is to be used while working
cooperatively with health pro
The “Home Care Guide for
Advanced Cancer” is for use dur
ing the terminal period of care
when quality of life, rather than
length of life, is the primary pur
pose for caregiving. Topics
include what to do before and
princess program. Contributions
may be sent to the York County
Dairy Princess Committee, do
treasurer Gary Thoman, 1886
Dunkard Valley Road,
Dallastown, PA 17313.
after the moment of death, the
grieving process, and supporting
younger people as they cope
with death and funerals.
The “Home Care Guide for
HIV and AIDS” covers such top
ics as appetite problems, emo
tional and social stress related
to HIV/AIDS, and coping with
“Home Care Guide for
Advanced Cancer” has been pub
lished on the Internet at the
American College of Physicians
web site,
Viewers can'read and download
the chapters for free.
Abbottstown. PA Honev Grove. PA
RD 1, Box 255 A
Annville. P,
BHM Farm
RD 1, Rte. 934
Oley. PA
CJ. Wonsidler
R&W Bros.
Equipment Co. 2 „ eo „
35 East Willow Street 610 ‘ 987 ' 6257
Carlisle. P,
Elizabethtown. PA Schreffler
Messick Farm Equipment
Equipment, Inc.
Rt. 283 - Rheem’s
ix. PA
Sweigard Bros. 717-386-5945
R.D. 3, Box 13
West Grove. PA
S.G.Lewis & Son, Inc.
352 N. Jennersville Rd.
610-869-2214 1-800-869-9029
Frederick. MD
Ceresville Ford New Holland, Inc
Rt. 26 East 301-662-4197
Outside MD, 800-331-9122
Antietam Ford Tractor, Inc
2027 Leitersburg Pike
Rising Sun. MD
Ag Industrial Equipment
Route 1,50 N. Greenmont Rd.
Bridgeton. NJ Washington. NJ
Leslie G. Fogg, Smith Tractor &
Inc. Equip., Inc.
Canton & Stow Creek 15 Hillcrest Ave.
Landing Rd. 908-689-7900
609-935-5145 •
\#Credit Company
Norman D. Clark
& Son, Inc.
Honey Grove, PA
Loysville, PA
lew Holland. P.
A.B.C. Groff, Inc.
110 South Railroad
Pitman. P,
Tamaqua. PA
Charles S.
Snyder, Inc
in. MD
Woodstown. NJ
Owen Supply Co
Broad Street &
East Avenue