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Grand Champion Lebanon
2.Amanda Martin: 3,Mtahelle Mesa
JR YEARLING BULL: I.Krittan Hotter;
JR HEIFER CALF: 1 lawanda Shiny; 2 Jay
Bomgardnar; 3,Ken Mata
INTERMEDIATE HEIFER CALF: I.Darin
Nolt; 2.Jara Bomgardnar: BJesse
SR HEIFER CALF: I.Peter Sonnen; 2.Troy
Shiny; 3,Dus,tin Homing.
SUMMER YEARLING HEIFER; 1 Adam
Sonnen, Lita Francisco; 2 DGK Holstems:
JR YEARLING HEIFER: 1 Sher-Oon Farms.
2.Kevin Bomgardnar; 3.Dala Weavar, Kirby
INTERMEDIATE YEARLING HEIFER:
t .Bryan Hostetler: 2.Dale and Kynel Himrr.el
berger; 3-Nelson Ebersole.
SR YEARLING HEIFER: t Nelson Berngard
ner; 2.Dale Hostetler, 3 Scott Noll."'
JR CHAMPION; Bryan Hostetler
RESERVE JR CHAMP: Adam Sonnen, lisa
JR BEST THREE: 1 John Bomgardner;
2 Timothy Vail; 3.DGK Holstems
DRY COW, 4 A UNDER: 1 Nelson Bomgard
ner. 2 DGK Holstems, S.Lynncrest Holstems
Public Notice By
PA Pork Producers Council,
National Pork Board
The election of pork producer
delegate candidates for the 1994
National Pork Prodeucers delegate
body will take place at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, August 19, 1993, in
conjunction with a board of direc
tors meeting of the Pennsylvania
Pork Producers Council at the
Region VI office of the Pennsylva
nia Department of Agriculture in
Summerdale, Pennsylvania. All
Pennsylvania pork producers are
invited to attend.
Clinic For Special
Children Auction Set
Co.) —Donations of saleable items
are again requested for the benefit
auction for the Clinic for Special
Children. The auction will be Sep
tember 18,1993, at the Leola Pro
duce Auction site on Brethem
Chruch Road, Leola. All proceeds
will go to the clinic, a non-profit
organization with Dr. Holmes
Morton as the attending physician.
Dr. Morton has taken a special
interest in several hereditary dis
eases. and by testing all newborn
babies of high-risk parentage, he
has been able to prevent irreversi
ble brain damage of many of these
young children. The same tests
that are at the clinic for $35.00
Lancaster 4-H Fair Set
LANCASTER (Lancaster Co.)
—Food, animals, games and kids
will fill the Lampeter Fairgrounds
Aug. II through 13 when die Lan
caster County 4-H Fair season.
The fair is a showcase for myr
iad projects 4-H‘ers have com
pleted in the past year. Visitors
will have the opportunity to view
everything imaginable from
scrapbooks to sheep. But exhibits
are just a part of die fair, which
also includes contests, food and
game booths, and presentations
that allow 4-H’ers to demonstrate
their skill and knowledge.
In addition to the exhibits and
booths, fairgocrs can select from a
busy schedule of daily activities.
On Wednesday evening at 8 p.m.
fairgocrs will be treated to a cos
tume contest for sheep.
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DRY COW, 8 A OVER: Uynnorest-Hols
talns; 2Jatlray Hostetter; S.Lynncratt
JR 2-YEAR-OLD: Uu-Vindale Holstein*,
2.Eme«t Hostetler; 3Jay Bomgardnar
SR 2-YR-OLD: I.Sonnen Springs Farm;
2.DGK Holstein*: S.Curttc Bomgardnar
3- 1 .Dale Hostetler; 2.Dala A Kynel
Hlmmelbarger; S.Dale Hostetter
4- t.Dale Hostetter; 2 Jesse Bom
gardner: 3.Nathan Htmmalberger
5- YR-OLD: l.Lynncrest Holstein*
AGED COW: I.Stephanie Wagner;
2.Kllnedell Farms: 3.Harvey Bomgardnar
SR CHAMPION; Stephanie Wagner
RESERVE SR CHAMPION; Dale Hostetter
GRAND CHAMPION: Stephanie Wagner
RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION: Date
SR BEST 3 FEMALES: t .Dale Hostetter;
2Ju-Vlndale Holstelns; S.Lynncrest
DAIRY HERD: 1 .Dale-Pride, 2Ju-Vmdale
PRODUCE OF DAM: 1 .lynncrest Holstems.
2 Kevin Bomgardner; 3 Michael Kunkle
DAM, DAUGHTER: I.Stephanie Wagner;
2,Hlmmel-Vallay; SJesae Bomgardnar
Any producer who is a resident
of the state and has paid all assess
ments due under the national 100%
checkoff may be considered as a
delegate candidate and participate
in voting. Nominations will be
taken from the floor at the time of
election. For more information,
contact the Pennsylvania Pork Pro
ducers Council, 1631 Grim Road,
Kutztown, Pa. 19530. Phone:
would cost $350.00 to $400.00 at
major medical centers, making
these test too expensive for many
parents. The costs of owning and
operating this laboratory equip
ment are huge. But with the hinds
from this annual auction, the clinic
has been able to offer this service
to their clients at a price that is
affordable to the average parent
Donations can be made to the
committee persons. If you have
items that should be on the sale
bill, you need to make contact by
Wednesday, Aug. 11. For more
information contact Leonard
Hurst, Lititz. Phone: (717)
On Thursday,'fair activities will *
include a sheep show at 10 a.m., a
rocketry show at S p.m„ and an
archery contest at 5:30- Club
demonstrations begin at 11 ajn.
and continue throughout the day.
4-H presentations will begin at
On Thursday evening fairgocrs
can check out a commodity con
test featuring dairy products
beginning at 6 p.m., a seeing eye
puppy demonstration beginning at
6:30 p.m., and a showman of
showman contest at 7:15 p.m.
Friday’s activities will include a
horse show at 1 p.m. and a horse
less show at 2:30 p.m. A beef
show will begin at 3 p.m.
The fair will close Friday even
ing at 6 pjn.
For several years in a row, the Dale Hostetter family has taken home both the pre
mier breeder and premier exhibitor awards from the Lebanon County Holstein show.
From the left, brothers Bryan, Kurt and Alan Hostetter hold the banners. The Hostet
lers also showed the reserve grand and Junior champion of the show.
Alan Hoatetter holds tha haltar of his rasarva grand champion Holatainoftha Leba*
non County Holstain show, Dala Pride Mark Arabalte.
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