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—UncMter Farming, Saturday, Auiu»t 10. 1974
The Lancaster Dairy Judging Team
took first place in the state contest.
From Left to Right... Gary Akers,
Quarryville, (high man in the con
test) . . . Linda Kauffman,
Elizabethtown, ... Rick Hess,
Area 4-Hers Compete at
Achievement Festival Days
Several hundred 4-H Club members from five surrounding
counties competed for honors at the 4-H Achievement
Festival held on Aug. 5-7th at the Pennsylvania State
Along with their demonstrations and team judging, the
members were entertained by the Pennsylvania Ballet at the
new University Auditorium.
42 4-H’ers from all over Lancaster County brought home a
host of medals and ribbons during the 4-H Festival.
The County’s Jr. Livestock Judging Team placed first in
the competition with three members placing as high in
dividuals. Ken Brubaker, Lancaster, placed Ist with Gary
Eberly of Denver 2nd and Richard Groff, Leola 3rd. Ronald
Zimmerman, Ephrata the Fourth member of the team aided
in placing the team first.
Gary Akers, Quarryville, was high individual on the Dairy
Judging Team that also placed first in the state. Other
members included Linda Kauffman, Elizabethtown, Rick
Hess, Strasburg, who was 10th in individual competition and
Rick Mellinger of Strasburg who placed 20th.
The Dairy Team will be traveling to the All American
Invitational Show for competition in September.
Jane Gregory, Lititz, Donna Bare, Witmer, Heidi Bailey,
Quarryville and Natalie Immel, Lititz comprised the Horse
Judging Team that placed second in the state. The team had
the highest reason score in the state. Jane Gregory was top
individual in the state in reasons with Natalie Immel third.
The team wassurpassed by the Butler delegation by a mere
Steve Donough, Manheim, placed 7th in individual
competition in the Senior Livestock Judging Contest. Other
members that helped the team rank sth were Mike Grube,
Elm, Gordon Hoover; Gap and Dwight Houser, Lampeter.
Lancaster County’s Consumers Team received a red
placing in competition. Members of the team were Christine
Erb, Mt. Joy; Karen Greider, Conestoga; Claudia Bard,
Lancaster and Sandy Arnold, Landisville.
Fourth place honors went to the Poultry Judging Team
which competed for the first time. Tim Grube, Elm; Judy
Stoltzfus, Mt. Joy; Jim Sauder, Mt. Joy and Pam Wivell,
Columbia comnrised thp newly organized team.
EVERT WEDNESDAY IS %
AT NEW HOLLAND SALES STABLES, INC.
New Holland, Pa.
If you need 1 cow or a truck load, we have from
100 to 200 cows to sell every week at your price.
Mostly fresh and close springing Holstems.
Cows from local farmers and our regular
shippers including Marvin Eshleman, Glenn Fite,
Gordon Fritz, Blaine Hoffer, Dale Hostetter, Bill
Lang, H D Matz, and Jerry Miller.
STARTS 12:30 SHARP &
Strasburg,... Mr. Lee Jinks, State 4-
H Club Leader...and Albert
Mellinger, StrasbCirg. The team will
represent Pennsylvania in the All
American Junior Judging Contest at
Harrisburg next month.
The sister team of Nancy and Susan Herr of Lancaster,
captured a gold medal and first prize for their demonstration
on Meat Buying Know How.
Gary Brubaker and Ken Longenecker of Lititz received a
blue ribbon for thier team demonstration of Corn Silage
Ronald Nolt, Mt. Joy, finished 4th out of 13 contenders for
his demonstration in tractor driving.
In the public speaking division, both Joseph Lefever of
Manheim and Nancy Henkel of Strasburg captured red
Jane Gregory, lititz, became a Keystone Award Winner
from Lancaster County in the Achievement program.
The Horse Bowl team, which was just recently organized,
placed sth out of 30 teams in the State. Members included
Leon Matroni, Lancaster. Cherri Gochnauer, Lancaster; _
Judi Anderson; Lancaster and Jenny Weber. MillersviUe. Elizabeth Herr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Elizabeth Herr, Narvon; placed third and Andrea Gibson, Herr, RD2, Narvon tied for third place in the Physical
Lancaster placed sth in the Physical Fitness competition. Fitness competition. Presenting the plaque to Miss
Other members of the team wWch ranked 9th included: Herr js Mrs jj||j e Qjbson, Nutrition Aide Supervisor
Darryl Bollinger, Manheim; Betty Jo. Bittler, Peach Bot- . .. c . .' ,
tom; Jon Bittler, Peach Bottom; Ted Gray, Lancaster; * or Pennsylvania State University.
Genevieve Gibson, Lancaster.
An award of $25 was given to four members of the Mt. Joy
Photography Club for their photo exhibit. The award is in
meraoiy of Carl 0. Dossin, Jr.
Phillip Landis, Timothy Swarr, Darwin Nissley and Trudy
Nissley were members who exhibited the photography work.
49 4-H Club members from Lebanon County also par
ticipated in the 4-H Achievement Festival.
James Egnor, Lebanon; was high individual in the state in
Flower Judging competition. Placing 2nd was Robert Ben
sing, Lebanon; 3rd, Maxine Noll, Lebanon and 4th Kathy
Hoke. The team placed first in the State.
MOMMY EVEMN6, AUGUST 12,1974
At 8:00 P.M.
Located in Perry Co., 12 miles North of Carlisle, Pa. 2 miles East of
Landisburg, Pa., along Rt. 850.
60 Purebred & Grade
& First Calf Heifers
from upstate Pennsylvania and New York state.
Purebreds from Astronaut,
Kingpin and Lassy Leader
SOME HEIFER CALVES
ALL COWS FRESH OR CLOSE
HEALTH CHARTS WITH EACH ANIMAL
LANDISBURG, PA. 17040
Phone (717) 789-3387
Susan Herr (on right) and her
sister, Nancy, 840 Penn Grant Road,
Lancaster with State 4-H Club
Leader, Mr. Lee Jinks, and their
plaque for winning top award in the
demonstration division at the recent
4-H Achievement Festival held at
Penn State. Their demonstration was
titled, “BEEF UP YOUR BEEF
Kenneth Hoke, placed sth in the Horticulture Judging
contest. Other members of the team were James Conner,
Lebanon; Ray, Moyer, Lebanon and Michael Noll, Lebanon.
Horse Judging Team placed 21st consisting of Cathy
Fetter. Lebanon, Elizabeth Wells, AnnvUle: Robert Arnold,
Fredericksburg and Elanine Kohr, Jonestown, placed 21st in
competition. [Continued on Page 47]
FMDAY, AUGUST 16.1974
11:00 A.M. Sharp
HOLSTEIN DAIRY HERD DISPERSAL
FARM MACHINERY -
Located on the farm at Route 1, Schuylkill Haven. Turn North onto Rt.
61 from Rt. 22 and proceed to Gulf gas station and turn onto S.
Greenview Road or South of Schuylkill Haven. Located between
Orwigsburg and Schuylkill Haven.
'9l HEAD HY-6RADE HOLSTEINS'
61 Milk Cows 2 Stock Bulls
8 Bred Heifers
Balance Yearlings and Calves
1 Red and White Holstein Heifer
Cows in various stages of production, large cows in
good flesh and producing lots of milk. This was a
jugging operation and production was a must.
Pregnancy Examined Interstate Health Charts
Gehl FHB4 Chop All, 1 row com head and pickup at
tach. for Chop All, Gehl 710 front and rear unloading
wagon, Gehl 72 field chopper, Int. 56 Hopper blower, 50’'
blower pipe (new), N.H. Right Side tank spreader.
Zenith comb, stereo and B & W TV, 2 bunk beds, 2
chests of drawers, RCA port. TV, sofa, double bed with
bookcase headboard, radio-stereo combination, buffet,
table with 8 chairs.
Conditions by Gene Picket
Harry H. Bachman, Auctioneer