Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 17, 1971, Image 15

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    Saddle Cinches 4-H Holds Gymkhana
Lori Zerphey was champion '
of the show at the annual 4-H
Gymkhana of the Saddle Cinches
4-H Horse and Pony Club re
cently on the Richard McCoy
property. Reserve champion was
Margaret Keeney.
There were 20 classes with"
four places given in each class.
Judge was Eugene Winger,
Elizabethtown, assisted by Miss
Karen Horn. Following are the
first and second place winners,
with the first place listed first:
Grooming and showmanship,
13 >and, under, Margaret Keeney
and Terry Zerphey; grooming
and showmanship, 14 and over,
Lori Zerphey and Connie Swei
gart; brood mare, Margaret
Keeney and Bonnie Sanko.
Dmnaiil Pufumamw
New Van Bale “1230 Series II” Silo Unloader Customer-
Certified to outperform, outlast any make its size.
You’re In command. Push the.
the new Van Dale ’’1230 Series
Unloader go into action—give yoi
output, feed more head—w'rthot
booster or added electricity.
Our say so? No, our customers
testify the "1230
Series II" is better
three ways:
1. handles meaner
2. throws out of
larger silo
3. unloads on lower
current draw
So, demand
Stock seat equitation, 13 and
under, Margaret Keeney and
Jackie Wendler; stock seat equi
tation, 14 and over, Lori Zer
phey and Kim Horn; children’s
walk and trot, 12 and under, Mar
garet Keeney and Donna Miller;
western pleasure, 14.2 and under,
Beverly Miller and Kandace
Western pleasure, 14.3 and
over, Margaret Keeney and Sue
Oberholtzer; trail class, Beverly
Miller and Bonnie Sanko; english
pleasure, Connie Sweigart and
Donna Miller; egg race, Mar
garet Keeney and Cindy Wend
ler; break and out, Kendace
Bony and Beverly Miller.
Bareback pleasure, Lori Zer
phey and Beverly Miller; dollar
bareback, Terry Zerphey and
Kendace Borry; saddle-up race,
Lori Zerphey and Terry Zerphey;
keyhole race, Lori Zerphey and
Cindy Wendler.
Barrel race, Cindy Wendler
and Lori Zerphey; crawl thru
the barrel, Beverly Miller and
Tery Zerphey; musical chairs,
Terry Zerphey and Kendace
Borry; pick-up race, Cindy
Wendler and Bonnie Sanko.
First- Year Stitchers
First year Mount Joy 4-H Start
Stitchers held its fourth meeting
July 12 at St. Marks United
Methodist Church in Mount Joy.
The meeting was called to or
der by Tammy Duke. The
Salute to the Flag was led by
Brenda Sensenig. The 4-H
pledge was led by Kaye Brenne
The roll was taken by Gwen
Hosier and Jeannie Kahler. The
dues were collected by Brenda
Michelle 'Fisher was chosen
Phyllis Miller demonstrated
how to press seams.
News reporter,
Debbie Becker
Kookie Kooks 4-H Meets
The fourth meeting of the
Penn Manor Kookie Kooks was
held Wednesday, July 14 at the
Penn Manor Middle School home
economics room
The meeting was called to
order by saying the 4-H pledge.
Under new business, club
members filled out enrollment
A surprise vocal arrangement
by the trio of Lori Glick, Linda
Sickman and Debbie White was
heard. The meeting was ad
The junior girls made French
dressing, baked cheese pudding,
mixed fruit salad, sliced carrots
with onions and made yeast rolls.
The senior girls made pizzas.
The next meeting will be held
at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 21
at the Penn Manor Middle School
home ec room.
News reporter,
Jeannette Bauman
Lancaster Farming, Saturday. July 17,1971
Foster Joins Pennfield
Spencer F. Foster
Weaver Presents Safety Awards
Victor F. Weaver, Inc., New
Holland, recently presented 45
of its truck drivers with safe
driving awards totaling $8,350,
announced Luke 6. Sauder,
Supervisor of Fleet Safety and
Driver Training.
Lee S. Weaver, Ephrata RDI,
who holds the largest safe -driv
ing record among Weaver truck
drivers, received special recog
nition for accumulating 390,000
accident free miles during the
past six years.
Fourteen other drivers were
also commended this year for
their continuous safe driving
records. They include Richard
McCarty, five safe years, Lee
Enter Plowing Contest
Openings are still available for
level land and contour plowing
competition in the annual plow
ing contest and conservation
field day sponsored by the Lan
caster County Soil and Water
Conservation District.
Four applications have been
received, 'but there are a total
of up to 10 positions open. Ap
plication can be made by calling
the conservation office at 299-
The contest will be held July
27 at the Roy Brook farm, Ronks
Spencer F. Foster has been
appointed Engineering Services
Manager, a new company posi
tion of Pennfield Corporation.
He will be responsible for
facilities and industrial engi
neering, plant and automotive
maintenance and capital equip
ment purchasing.
Prior to joining Pennfield, he
was Manager of Maintenance
and Engineering for the Sum
ter, S. C„ plant of Campbell
Soup Company.
A native of Philadelphia, he
graduated from Drexel Insti
tute of Technology with a B.S.
in Mechanical Engineering. The
Foster family will reside in
Stoltzfus, four years, Daniei
Denlinger, three years, Lloyd
Stoner, two years, Lamar Ha
becker, two years, James Stol
tzfus, two years and one year
for each of the following; Barry
Dissinger, Joel Histand, Paul
Kilmer, Gordon Landis, Martin
Reed, Melvin Sauder, Leon
Stauffer, and John Landis.
These drivers have accumu
lated 32 years of accident free
driving and 2,006,000 miles in
23 states.
The highest safe driving
award accumulated was $426
with an average of 189.79 per
According to Sauder, the
amount of miles compiled by
the Weaver transportation divi
sion grossed a combined total
of 2,268,835 miles for a week
ly average of 43,631 miles.
Seminar Date Changed
A poultry 'business manage
ment seminar in Lancaster has
been rescheduled from October
14 to October 21.
The October 21 seminar will be
held at the Farm and Home Cen
ter, announced Floyd W. Hicks,
Penn State poultry specialist.