Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 25, 1976, Image 61

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Arlen Keener,
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icker, Stevens; 3. Mark
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&at she groomed 21 animals. She’s the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fava, Scenery Hill, Pa.
An un^a
been a 4-H’er for seven years. This year was the
first time she had a grand champion at this show,
although she’s won a number of ribbons at county
and district events. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Eick, she owns six Jerseys within her
father's herd of 40.
This, the 21st annual Pennsylvania Junior Dairy
Dale Maulfair, Jonestown, managed to get by Show, was directed by W. Paul Anderson, Penn
some stiff competition - much of which came from State, with the help of executive committee
girls. Dale won the grand champion banner, but members - T.W. Crittenden, Wellsboro; Duane
from there on down it was the girls who had the Duncan, Carlisle; Frank Bortz, Penn State; J.C.
champions. Fink, Harrisburg; Charles Itle, Harrisburg; Merle
Denise Andrien, who had the reserve grand Miller, Carlisle; Robert Kauffman, Elizabethtown;
champion in the Jersey show, began her 4-H and William Guyer, Albion.
Project in the usual way -by joining the local club Exhibitors were presented with appropriate
and getting to work. But for her, it meant ribbons and banners, along with prize money (up
renovating a doll house into a calf pen. From that to $l5 for first place) and a plaque for breed
humble beginning six years ago came a “career" champions given by respective breed associations,
which now involves 35 head of dairy cattle. She and Special awards were furnished by Hershty Foods
her younger brother, Bruce, are featured in a Corporation and Harvey Stineman of the Stmeman
separate story elsewhere in this issue. Ribbon and Trophy Mfg. Co.
The other three girls to make it to the top in the Judges for the big event included John
(Rjprsey ring were: Elizabeth Eick, grand champion; McKitrick, Columbus, Ohio; Merton Sowerby,
Darlene McConaughey, junior champion; and Princeton, N.J.; Bonnie Miller, Towanda; Brian
Cynthia Waitemyer, reserve junior champion. Miss Harris, Miland; Galen Smith, Shippensburg; and
Eick, 16, is from Columbia Cross Roads and has Ginger Secrist, Fayetteville.
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Mcßride, Enon Valley; 5.
Steve Ritchey; G. Gary
Bechtel, Curryville; 7. Susan
Stitt, Martinsburg; 8. Mark
W " 'vena; 9. Mark
Lancaster Farming Photos
by Dieter Krieg
Muxnmert, Dover; 10. Randy
Behney, Myerstown; 11.
Barbara Kilgore, Airville.
Senior Calf
1. Carl Yoder, Elverson; 2.
Alan Martin, Volant; 3.
Sheryl Bollinger, Lititz; 4.
Jeffrey Conrad, Miller
stown; 5. John Zimmerman,
Junior Yearling
1. Alan Zechman,
Girls show Jersey champions
HARRISBURG - Girls shut
out the boys when it came to
winning the champion
banners in the Jersey ring at
the Pennsylvania Junior
Dairy Show. Competing
against the best in the state,
the whole affair drew more
than 600 entries, out of which
Denise Andrien and her reserve grand champion
flin burg; 2. Dallas Rynd,
Cochranton; 3. Tim Klem
smith, Kempton; 4. Clifford
Martin, Stevens; 5. Ronald
Zimmerman, Bellefonte; 6.
Chriss Hamilton, Avella; 7.
Dennis Wenger, Jonestown;
8. Rickey Keeseman,
Senior Yearling
1. Paul Horning, Stevens;
2. Michele Gladney, Kutz-
574 actually entered the
Elizabeth Eick, 16, of
Columbia Cross Roads,
captured the grand and
senior championships. Her 4-
year-oldcow, “Rolling Acres
MH Two Penny,” is sired by
“Mariu Heritage.” A 4-H
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town; 3. Glenn Growl, Air
ville; 4. William Morrell,
Cochranton; 5. Cliff Martin,
Stevens: 6. Jeff Miller,
Kutztown; 7. Deleste
Barker, Ulysses; 8. Frank
Ressler, Shippensburg.
Two Year Olds
1. William Dietrich, New
Tripoli; 2. Ronald Zim
merman, Bellefonte; 3.
Edwin Brunner, Glenmoore.
member for seven years,
Elizabeth is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eick.
She also won a master fitter
and showman award.
“Damview L.H.R. Miss
Lucky,” a 4-year-old Jersy
shown by Denise Adrien, 16,
of 1562 Shadyside Road, West
Chester, won reserve grand
and reserve senior cham
pionship honors. The cow is
sired by “Lavenders High
held Ross.” Denise, a 4-H
member the past six years,
is the daughter of Bruce
Andrien. She also won a
master fitter and showman
award, and is the subject of a
special feature elsewhere in
this issue.
Darlene McConaugbey, 13,
Smicksburg Rl, won the
junior championship with
“Huntsdale Nancy’s Irene,”
a senior yearling. The
heifer’s sire is “Nancy’s
Sleeping Advancer.” A 4-H
member the past four years,
Darlene is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mc-
Conaughey, Jr. She was the
master fitter and showman
champion for the breed.
Cynthia Waltemyer, 15,
Collegeville R 2, showed the
reserve junior champion,
“Walebe Quicksilver
Laurel,” a senior yearling.
The sire is “S.S. Quicksilver
of Fallneva.” Cynthia, a 4-H
member for seven years, is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Waltemyer.
Details follow:
Junior Calf
1. Daniel Hunsberger,
Danboro; 2. Dean Moose,
Mercer; 3. Cynthia
Waltemyer, CollegevUle; 4.
Deborah Zettle,
Leßaysville; 5. Elizabeth
Eick, Columbia Cross
3 and 4 Year Olds
1. Carl Yoder, 2. Alan
Mcßnde, 3. Russell Kline,
Denver; 4. Fred Deitch,
Carlisle; 5. Alan Martin.
5 Years and Over
1. Paul Brownlee, Avella;
2, Russell Kline, Denver; 3
Stephen Marshall, Roaring
Branch; 4. Gary Lentz;
Lebanon; 5. Stephen Mar
Intermediate Calf
1. James Quick, Rushville;
2. Craig Rhine, Pine Grove:
3. Elizabeth Wollaston,
Toughkenamon; 4. Denise
McConaugbey, Smicksburg;
5. Linda Kramer, Fenelton;
6. Lori Wolford, Brogue; 7.
Carol Shields, Summerville.
Senior Calf
1. Donna McConaugbey, 2.
Kathie Rhein, 3. Jeanne
McCurdy, Cochrantoa; 4.
Eugenia Harpster,
Boalsburg; 5. Betsy DuPuis.
Bellefonte; 6. Bruce A
drien. West Chester; >
Nathan Harkness, Gillette;
8. William Moore, Volant; 9.
Randy Behney, Myerstown.
1. Denise McConaugbey, 2.
Donna McConaugbey, 3.
Brenton Harkness, Gillette;
4. Carl Proper, Jr.,
Titusville; 5. Teresa
Kopistedd, Royersford; 6.
William Hoffman,
Senior Yearling
1. Darlene McConaugbey,
2. Cynthia Waltemyer, 3.
Lisa Lusk, Charleroi; 4.
Robert Clark, Enon Valley;
5. Ellen Schmuck, Peach
Two Year Olds
1. John Kennedy, Coal
Center; 2. Lori Sollenberger,
Everett; 3. Lisa Lusk, 4.
Karen Waltemyer,
Collegeville: 5. Matthew
Arrowsmith, Peach Bottom.
3 and 4
Year Olds
1. Elizabeth Eick, 2.
Denise Andrien, West
Chester; 3. Catherine
Wollaston, 4. Leon Sollen
berger, Everett; 5. Debra
Cassel, Hummelstown.
5 Years and Over
1. Bruce Andrien, 2. Debra
Cassel, 3. Craig Rhein.