While researching other information on Newspapers.com, I found examples of Help Wanted ads over time in various papers in the region. Ads were often categorized for “Female” or “Male” in those days. A List of former employees, some of whom may have answered some of these ads can be found on our Employees page here (and in the comments section): https://theguernseycow.com/employees/.
“On-the-job” photos from employees have also been shared on The Guernsey Cow Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/76664782328/
The earliest Guernsey Cow help-wanted example was from September, 1952 in the Pottstown Mercury:
In 1962, ads began appearing for young men, preferably married:
1965 saw the following ad seeking “live wire girls”:
Later in 1965, the impact of the draft for the Viet Nam War was seen in this ad seeking “Draft exempt” young married men in the Republican and Herald in Pottsville, PA:
In 1966, the last of the ads appeared in The Pocono Record. Other ads from newspapers not covered in Newspapers.com probably appeared locally and later as the Chester County population grew and supplied an increasing group of hard-working teens.