Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 25, 1976, Image 62

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Wendy Shaw wins several prizes
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Shaw .Shr alvi won the
grand (hampion (ittrr and
showman awards in (xilh
Holstein and overall com
petition and receded a 1100
U S Sav mgs Bond
Tamra Yost, 14. of
Elizabethtown R 2, won
reserve grand and reserve
senior Holstein honors with
“Javin Apollo Etta," a 4-
ycar-old The animal is sired
by “Hilltop Apollo Ivanhoc "
A 4-H member for sue years,
Tamra is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Vernon Yost
Scott Bauermaster, 18, of
Berlin Rl, showed "Glad
master Elevation Baby." a
junior yearling that won
junior championship honors.
The junior champion’s sire is
‘‘Round Oak Rag Apple
Elevation.” Scott, a 4-H
member the past nine years,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bauermaster. He
also won master fitter and
showman awards.
James Knight, 14, of
Airville R 2, won reserve
junior championship honors
with “Woodbine ABC
Cathy,” an intermediate
calf. The animal’s sire is
“Peters Farm ABC
Ivanhoe.” James, a 4-H
member the past six years,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Knight. He also won
a master showman award.
Approximately the top half
of placings, by classes,
follows:
Junior Calf I
1. Julie Loomis, Sugar
Grove; 2. Darryl Holler,
Jamestown; 3. Richard
Krall, Lebanon; 4. Pamela
Poorbaugh, Glencoe; 5.
Craig Woodring, Cham
bersburg; 6. William Pax
ton, Washington; 7. Dindia
Whistler, Carlisle; 8.
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Timothy Bcardslcc,
Columbia Cross Roads, 9
Peggy Gnce, Washington,
10. Connie Horst,
Newmanstown; 11 Mary
Houser, Spring Mills, 12
Jeff Miller, linglestown.
Junior Calf n
1. Glenn Stoltzfus,
Morgantown: 2. Dale
Weaver, Myerstown; 3.
William Worthington,
Doylestown; 4. Beth Nesbit,
Marchand; 5. Ray Wolfe,
Milton; 6. June Bechtel,
Curryville; 7. Nancy Dum,
Elliottsburg; 8. Clair
Hoover, Bainebridge; 9.
Joyce Zepp, New Oxford;
10.00 Ralph Moore, Mercer;
11. James Houser, Spring
Mills; 12. Dana Doll, Glen
Rock.
Intermediate Calf I
1. Lisa Cooper, Slippery
Rock; 2. Robert Morrell,
Cochranton; 3. Carol Zepp,
New Oxford; 4. David
Castrogiovanni, Montrose;
5. Lowell Brubaker,
Manheim; 6. Janet Hartle,
Bellefonte; 7. Philip
Castrogiovanni; 8. Donna
Geyer, Harleysville.
Intermediate Calf II
1. James Knight, Airville;
Wendy Shaw and "Doll "
2 Daniel Albright, Lan
disburg; 3 Elizabeth Will,
Berlin; 4 Gregory Mitchell,
Saegerburg; 5. Randall
Chrsitman, Chambersburg;
6. Todd Ishler, Spring Mills;
7 Judith Vonada, Howard.
1. William Morrell,
Cochranton, 2 Patricia
LeVan, Milton; 3. Paul
Knight, Airville; 4 Laszlo
Mozes, Greenville; 5. Kress
Simpson, Mansfield; 6. Kirk
Christman, Chambers burg;
7. David Castrogiovanni,
Montrose; 8. Quay Cornish,
Ford City; 9. Roy Thompson,
East Berlin; 10. Rick Horst,
Newmanstown; 11, Tom
Ferguson, Williamsburg; 12.
Michael Dyarman, Ship
pensburg; 13. Marcia
Bowen, Wellsboro; 14. Betsy
Hartle, Belief onte; 15.
Monica Miller, Gettysburg;
16. Kathleen Kopistecki,
Royerford; 17. Jeff
McQuaide, Saltsburg; 18.
Betsy Stitt, Martinsburg.
Junior Yearling
1. Scott Bauermaster,
Berlin; 2. Timothy
Hackenberg, Muncy; 3.
Joyce Denlinger, Gor
donville; 4. Steven Shaw,
Senior Calf
njf i Ilean Mnjec
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(cr w.glcn , Richard Kratl
I/r!«a.n(in 8 Hill Mcßride V
A r I e n Keener
I hiahclhlown 10 Dale
Mfcre Mrrrrr II Dann
Alains Newulle 17 I'sn
Brewer Millertcm 13 Dana
(inrr Harlevaulle 14
Jeanne M r ( u r d i
( ochranton. li C orrine
'Aolff. Nr* Alexandria. 16
I'ddir Brerkbtll, Oxford 17
franns Daniel. Tro). IS
Ronald Hem bury. Dushore
Senior Yearling
1 Barbara Houser. 2
I mda Yoder, 3 1-aura
Hillcgass, Berlin. 4 C)Tithla
Knight, Alrvlllc, 5 H»>
Whitehead, Thompson, 6
Scott Mitchcllrcc. New
Castle, 7 Sandra Houser, 8
Susan Pcpplc, Oxford. 9
Carl Weaver, Mycrstown.
10 Sheila Mattocks, Troy.
II Mary Ellen Houser,
Spring Mills, 12 Tim
Alderfcr, Harlcysvlllc, 13
Dale Hindman. Brockway,
14 John Ljppert, Carlisle,
15 Brian Rock, Landisburg;
16 Joyce Stoltzfus, Gap; 17.
Glenn Stoltzfus, Morgan
town
Two Year Olds
1. Melanie Alsdorf,
Spartanburg; 2. Julie Ann
Dum, Elliottsburg; 3. Paul
Knight, 4. Patty Seneko,
Harleysville; 5. Michael
Christman, 6. Laun
Goshorn, Dry Run; 7.
Constance Ohlmger,
Mohrsville; 8. Sharon
Comman, Carlisle.
3and4
Year Olds
1. Wendy Shaw, Oley; 2.
Tamra Yost, Elizabethtown;
3. Timothy Stevens,
DAIRY FARMERS, MILK JUGGERS, EGG PROCESSORS,
BUTCHER SHOPS & FRUIT PACKERS.
_ 3l£Sf ife]
If n
II II M Circulator
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Existing
Water Storage
Heater r
* L —, , i ~.,1 Compressor '
Hot Watir
our own free Hot water from your existing refrigeration com
pressor on bulk tank, cooling rooms, freezers, and air-conditioners, etc.
Make
Also
Reduces Total Electrical consumption on compressor by 8 to 10 percent
Reduces Head pressure
Reduces fan running
Reduces compressor wear
Does not interfere with normal operation of system
Installed anywhere in Eastern Pa., Md. & Del.
5 H.P. Compressor running 5 hrs. per day produces approximately 72 gal. of
150 degree water.
At 3-cents a kilowatt hour it costs approximately 50-cents to heat 72 gal. of
hot water per day. $182.50 per year.
5 HP. Compressor running 16 hrs. per day will make approximately 380 gal.
of 150 degree water at a savings of $961.00 per year. Plus, a savings of
$25.00 per year on compressor electrical consumption.
STOLTZFUS REFRIGERATION & HEATING
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Jame* Bend. Reeslirville 10
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tles town 2 Waller Deputy,
Bedford. 3 Debra Holler.
Jamestown 4 Keith Buch,
ATTENTION .
CALL TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION
E. Eby Road, RDI Leola, PA 17540
Phone 717-656-6800 or 656-9635
Also Commercial, Industrial and Farm
Refrigeration Service
Freon & Ammonia
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Gas to Water Heat Exchange
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