Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 29, 1984, Image 65

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    Pa. Junior Dairy Show
(Continued from Page B 20)
The Brown Swiss show featured
over 80 entries with the three year
old entry of Gayle Urmy,
Coopersburg, Lehigh County,
besting them all for the grand
championship. Buzzing Acres
Rochelle, daughter of West Lawn
Stretch Improver, was bred by
Daryl Urmy, Gayle’s brother.
“They helped me a lot,” Gayle said
about her three older brothers.
This was the first time 15-year-old
Gayle was this successful at the
state level and she looks forward to
the national show.
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Reserve grand champion honors
went to the veteran winner,
Kathleen Kopistecki, Royersford,
with DN Delegate Dainty, her aged
cow. “The judge liked her depth
and strength of ribs,” Kopistecki
stated. The Montgomery County
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Mike Welsh, York County,
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The intermediate calf of Janelle
Kennedy, Butler County, took the
reserve junior champion ribbons.
The Milking Shorthorn show
featured the three-year-old entry
of Greg Gessner, Crawford
County. The daughter of Mar-Vi-
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cow was also awarded the best
udder ribbons.
The reserve grand champion
went to the four-year-old entry of
Maggie Whitting, Lawrence
County. Junior championship was
taken by Christine Young, Cum
berland County, who also received
the reserve honors with her senior
Almost 150 entries in the Jersey
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Milestone Faithful also took the
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Reserve grand champion went to
Michele Sparling, Tioga County.
The 12-year-old junior bought her
winner as a calf and raised it on
her parents’ Holstein farm.
The junior champion was the
senior calf of James Hardy,
Huntingdon County. Tee Pee
Justin Bella was purchased at the
Ohio Springtime Show and Sale.
Hardy stated that his uncle
selected the heifer for him and she
had done well all year.
Elizabeth Jenkins, Chester
County, won the reserve honors
with a graduation present from her
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