Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 17, 1981, Image 20

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    A2o—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, January 17,1981
Grand champ
(Continued from Page Al)
from a group of calves at JC
Enterprises, Ringgold.
Clowser was the high in
dividual at the 1979 State 4-H
Livestock Judging Contest.
Along with his interests m
cattle and showing, Clowser
Lancaster County's Ernie Frey receives
congratulations from Secretary Hallowell on
showing the reserve grand champion Farm Show
steer. A local radio reporter makes sure he doesn’t
miss a single word
York County 4-H’ers Tim Knisley, right, and Chris Shive wfere chosen grand
and reserve grand showmen, respectively during Thursday’s competition.
Ernie Frey poses for thd cameras with his Chianina x Angus reserve grand
champ while parents Ernie and Linda Frey hold their son's championship
is a member of the varsity
basketball and soccer
Op lus way to the top,
Clowser had to beat a
number of top-notch steers,
including the reserve grand
champion steer shown by
Lancaster County s Ernie
Frey’s Chianma x Angus
steer followed the grand
champion all the way up the
line, placing second in class,
reserve heavyweight
champion and finally
reserve grand champion.
Sixteen-year-old Frey
exhibited last year’s grand
champion Farm Show steer
He is the son of Ernie and
Linda Frey of R 2
Quarryville and has been a
member of the Lancaster
County 4-H Club for 7 years.
Ernie wasn’t the only Frey
to bring championship
honors to Lancaster County.
Cousin Fritz Frey, son of
Fred and June Frey, showed
his Chiamna x Angus steer to
the lightweight champion
honors. And Bonnie Frey,
daughter of Adolf and Gloria
Frey, had tlie middleweight
champion ste'er. All three
steers were bred by Fred
Gerald Hess, another
Lancaster County 4-H’er
showed his crossbred steer
to reserve light heavyweight
Other division champions
included. Ricki Seese,
Fayette County, light
heavyweight champion;
Emily Livingston, York
County, reserve lightweight
champion, and Doug
Deppeh, Dauphin County,
reserve middleweight
In the group classes,
Lancaster County tied up
Cousins Bonnie, left, and Fritz Frey took championship honors in the Junior
Beef Steer contest. Bonnie’s steer was the middleweight champion and Fritz’s
steer took the lightweight championship.
Armstrong County’? Blam dowser, exhibited the 65th Pennsylvania Farm
Show Grand Champion Steer in stiff competition Thursday. In his last year of 4-H
competition, the young cattleman said he plans to use the money he receives
from the sale of his heavyweight champ for his education at Penn State. Stan
ding behind the Limousin x Chianma x Angus crossbred is Armstrong County
Extension Agent Joyce Croys.
both first and second places Karen Fought Cumberland Co 3 Sarah
m thp lidhturPiaht division Brubaker Lancaster Co 4 Ed Wylie
in tne llgniweigni OIVISIOII, ChesterCo 5 Terr, Marsh Chester Co
and first and third places in 12401250 ibs
the heavyweight division 1 Rickl Seese Fi) yette c 0 ch it
_ . .. , .. r 4. hvywt 2 Gerald Hess Lancaster Co res
Judge Parrett chose the first It hvywt 3 Judy Zimmerman Lancaster
place heavyweight trio as Co 4 Kent Fisher Berks Co 5 Ktm
grand champion and Weu "' L '"i27 s) b S
followed with the first place 1 Blame Clowser Armstrong Co hvy
lightweight group as reserve dia ' ,lp gr . chkm 2 Anthony w
® 0 0 r Eberly Lancaster Co 3 Knstm Kohr
grand. York Co 4 Fred C Weaver Lancaster
Champion showman Of the Co 5 Dwayne Messick Dauphin Co
Junior show was Tun Kin- l John McKo[C h Cambria Co 2 rim
sley of York County, while Kinsley York Co 3 Kaye Sweigard
fellow York Countian Chris C °
Shive was selected as* the 1305-1350 ibs
reserve champion showman 1 Er ""J Fr * y L - incas, * r Co r ? s ch
* - lt hvywt 2 Gordon Smith Chester Co 3
Class results follow: Kent D Henry Lancaster Co 4 Brenda
1000-1070 lbs
1 Sherry Hotter Fayette Co 2 Bill
Kimmel Cumberland Co 3 Roxanne
Capparelle Centre Co 4 Becky Web
ster Dauphin Co 5 Laura Grosvenor
Susquehanna Co
1070 1120
1 Fritz Frey Lancaster Co it wi
champ 2 Sherrie Gilmore Centre Co 3
Brenda S Walter York Co 4 John
Myers York Co 5 Doug Caldwell York
1125 1146 lbs
I Emily Livingston York Co res h
wt 2 Steve Sylver Chester Co 3 Julie
Gnecler Lancaster Co 4 Karl Frey
Lancaster Co 5 Ivan Bethtel Dauphin
1150 1160
I Debra Krause Lehigh Co ° Matt
Ke>ter Dauphm Co 3 David Stntton
Franklin Co 4 David Grosvcnoi
Susquehanna Co b £nc Frey Lancaster
1165 1180
1 Timothy Hess Lancaster Co 2 Bob
Dealing York Co 3 Stan Musser York
Co 4 Eileen Fairbairn Chester Co S
Marc Webster Dauphm Co
1185 1200
I Bonme Frev Lancaster Co Middle
wt rh imp 2 Doug Depperi Dauphin
Cc res middle wt ch 3 Wavne H*>ss
Lancaster Co 4 Anjie Fought Cum
berlandCo 5 John Frey LancasterCo
1205 1220 lbs
1 Chris Kinsley York Co 2 Nancy
Yorlets Cumberland Co 3 Brenton
Upperman Franklin Co 4 Tracey L
Landis Lancaster Co 5 Jay Rciff
Lancaster Co
1225 1235 lbs
1 Scott Templeton Cambria Co 2
Fred Weaver, of Lancaster County, was selected
champion showman in 4-H competition for
youngsters 11-years-old and under.
Werner York Cu 5 Jjm L Kui i York
I 2 Lancaster 3 York 4 Chester 6
1 3 Lancaster 2 York 4 Cambria 5
11 and under
1 Fred Weaver Lancaster 2 Julie
Greider Lancaster 3 John Hausner
York 4 Joann Rishel York 5 Karl Frey
12 13 14
1 Chris Shive York reserve champion
2 Monique Sweigard Dauphin 3 Jamie
Kohr York 4 John Kirschner
Washington 5 Jay Reilf Lancaster
15 and over
1 Tim Kinsley York 2 Wayne Hess
Lancaster 3 Kaye Sweigard Dauphin 4
Chris Kinsley York 5 Gerald Hess