The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 10, 1975 · Page 27
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 27

Provo, Utah
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Thursday, April 10, 1975
Page 27
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April 23 Deadline Fixed In Dairy Princess Contest Thursday, April 10, 1975, THE HERALD, Provo, Utah-Page 27 Dairymen of Utah County are inviting young ladies who are high school graduates between the ages of 17 and 25 to enter the 1975 Utah County Dairy Princess contest, "the county's most wholesome pageant." The dairy princess and royalty will be selected Wednesday evening, April 30, in a contest to be held at the Wilkinson Center on BYU campus. Preliminary activities will begin with a 1 p.m. luncheon for the contestants and their mothers. Each contestant will prepare and submit her favonte dairy dish, along with the recipe, and those in attendance will sample the various dishes at the luncheon. The princess and her attendants will be the official Utah Dairy Princess Pageant in 1976 and will receive a partial scholarship to Brigham Young University for two semesters. Participation in the competition will afford young women an opportunity to improve their poise, charm, and speaking ability, to learn about dairy promotion and advertising, to gain a knowledge of dairying and the importance of dariy products in everyone's diet, participate in educational programs for elementary school children, to represent Utah County dairymen in the summer celebrations, and to appear at various dairy functions and state and local fairs during the year. Reigning Utah County Dairy is JoAnn Warnick, u »«..n~ui,~ ..... — ..... „...„.-. nncess s o , representatives of the dairy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven industry in Utah County. The Warnick of Pleasant Grove, princess will participate in the persons wishing to enter the comDetition must submit entries by April 23, along with the recipe for a favorite diary dish. Tfie pageant and banquet are open to all, but reservations must be made with a member of the committee no later than Wednesday, April 23. Entertainment will be provided by the Rexall Rangers of Spanish Fork. Committee members are Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Sunderland, Lehi; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, American Fork; Mr. and Mrs. J. Dean Adams, Pleasant Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright, Orem; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davis, Lakeview: Mr. and Mrs. Don Miner, Springville; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henderson, Spanish Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gordon, Lake Shore; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williamson, Payson; Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Kerby, Santaquin; and the Utah County Extension agents. GROOMING THEIR ANIMALS for the annual Palmyra Livestock Show, from left/ are Elizabeth and Scott Nash, Ruth Ann Roach, Kelly Cloward, and Jed Mitchell. The show is a preparatory event for the Utah Junior Fat Livestock Show. Clubs Prepare for State Show PALMYRA - Members of the Palmyra 4-H Livestock club are busy preparing their animals for the Utah State Junior Livestock Show to be held next month in Spanish Fork, according to Eldon Money, publicity chairman for the Utah State show. The club has been organized for over 35 years, and almost every family in Palmyra has been involved in 4-H activities through the years. As a result, the club receives a great deal of support from the community, it is reported. At present the club has 24 members, led by Allen and Marsha Nash and Merrill West. Sterling Banks is club president. Projects adopted by the members include fat lambs, breeding sheep, diary cattle, fat beef, and for the first time in many years, fat hogs. SPANISH FORK - The Benjamin 4-H Clubs will hold their annual Livestock Show on April 12 at the Jim Caras home in Benjamin. Lunch will be sold at 12 noon and judging will begin at 1 p.m. The public is invited. Besides the stock judging, there will be a cake baking contest and the prize cakes will be sold. Club members are selling tickets for a pair of boots. Topping off the day will be an awards banquet in the evening at the Benjamin LDS church. The Benjamin Stock Show is self supporting and the money taken in will help to purchase the awards given in the evening. FRIDAY ONLY April 11 7 pm to 10 pm EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE ^ •. ^ § 16WfSTCiNTiR.PROV0 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^•^^^^BHfl^^^l^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^I ¥•* 1VT TI 1? ' *1 Pic-N-rac r amilvwear APRIL 11th thru 18th ALL WEEK LONG MERCHANDISE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY... WINTER CLEARANCE All Winter Coats, Hats And Scarves Men's, Women's, Children's, Toddlers A All Wen's Y Robes ... r , ¥ Men's and Boy's t f Sweaters ' v & Vests Little Girls Nightgowns And Pajamas Siies2-14Reg. toS4.99 Now I 4080 Men's Jeans SPRING SALE Children's Turtlenecks Bras & Girdles Men's Wranglers Cords Women's Blouse And Skirt Sets Reg. to $21.50 DOOR CRASHER! selected group Long Sleeve Men's Shirts SELECTED GROUP Long And Short Sleeve Women's Blouses Women's Turtlenecks Girls Spring , Slacks Girls Reg. to $8.00 i Dresses YOUR CHOICE Women's Pont Suits Many styles and colors to choose from. 30, JO^ loch 152 West Center Street MONDAY - THURSDAY AND SATURDAY 9 - 6 FRIDAY TO 9 P BIG, ItBG SAVINGS ON f HI IHY1HI STOCK ACROSS FROM FIRMAGE'S DEPARTMENT STQRS'

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