Newspaper Page Text
A2O-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 25, 1993
Miss Magic Fair Wins
(Continued from Pago A 1)
3.3 percent fat on a first lactation of
The reserve senior and reserve
grand champion was 5-year-old
Pcnn.-Gate Beautician Clara,
shown by Penn-Gate Farm. Penn-
Gate is run by Robert Gift, daught
er Christine and son-in-law Steve
Wood, and hired man Richard
Lehman. The sire to the reserve
grand champion was Happy Herd
The junior champion Holstein,
in both the adult and junior
member (youth) shows was a wint
er yearling shown by Danielle
Sparling, of Troy. Her Maple-Falt
Ares Rosie was also a bred and
owned animal, sired by Lylehaven
The reserve junior champion
was a spring yearling shown by
Lynn and Bonnie Miller, of Royal
Haven farm, in Towanda. Their
Royal-Haven Inspire Quill, is a
Hanover-Hill Inspiration daught
er. The Millers also showed
another Hanover Hill Inspiration
spring yearling to take second
place in the class.
The youth show grand champ
ion was a 6-year-old Walk-A-Way
Fond Reliance daughter, Cove-
Run Reliance Gloria, shown by Ty
Christman, of Chambersburg. It
was class winner for both the open
and junior division shows.
The reserve grand champion
Holstein of the junior division
show was a junior 3-year-old
shown by Lory Ann Baker, of
Petersburg. Globe-Run CB Top
gun Oslo, sired by a farm-raised
bull, Globe-Run Warden Topgun.
It was also the firstplace class win
From the left, Penn-Gate Holstelns was the the winner of
both the premier exhibitor and breeder awards. From the The champion Holstelns of the youth division show, are, from,
left Is Robert Gift, Steven and Christine Wood; and Richard zabeth Walton, reserve Junior champion; and Danielle Sparling, with the
tier of the open show, and the best
bred and owned of the junior
The reserve junior champion
animal was a bred-and-owned
spring calf, Towcr-Vue Counselor
Elle, shown by Elizabeth Walton,
Another award presented during
the fall show is a total performance
recognition, given in memory of
long-time Holstein breed suppor
ter George Knight. This year’s
recipients of the award were Mike
and Cindy Weimer, of Emlenton.
Spring Call: 1. Elteabalh Walton; 2.
Chrladna Wood-Pam Gala; 3. Mark a David
Winter Calf: 1. E. Richard Badnaraki: 2.
Jannifar Katlarman; 3. Mtehaai a Patrick
Fall Calf: 1. Thomaa MoCaulay; 2. R.
Thompaon a Shirtay Trimmer; 3. Willard I.
Sumnwr Yaarilng: 1. D Baatty a A. Ctay
poota; 2. Andraaw Badnaraki; 3. Rachal
Spring Yaarilng: 1. Jannifar Eahalman; 2.
Lynn a Bonnla Millar; 3. Trey D. Young.
Winter Yaarilng: 1. Danlalla Sparling; 2.
Bryan T. Hoatattan 3. Donald a Joanna
Fall Yaarilng: 1. Manhaw R. Paaaa; 2.
Dlxla Lynn Doll; 3. Fanlaayland Holaialna.
Junior Baal Thraa Famalaa: 1. Pann
Gata Farm; 2. Idaal Holataina; 3. Badnaraki
Junior Champion: Sparling.
Raoarva Junior Champion: Millar.
Dry Cow 4 a Undor: 1. Gor-Wbod-D; 2.
Dianna S. Clock; 3. Staphanla A. Wagnar.
Dry Caw A A Ovar: 1 . Gor-Wood-D Hola
tama; 2. Matthaw Curtia: 3. Charann Foatar.
3-YR-OLD Futurity: 1 .Barbara Raialngar
A Heidi Millar; 2.Pann Gata; 3.Bavarly
Junior Two Year Old: 1. Chriatina Wood
Pann Gata; 2. Thomaa A. McCauley; 3. E.
Senior 2 Year OM: 1. Thomaa MoCaulay;
2. Arthur W. A Ralph E. Moore; 3. Scott Btyar
A Don Eaton.
Junior Thraa Yaar Old: 1. Lory Ann Bak
er; 2. Don Eaton; 3. Megan C. Soudar.
From the left, presenting. George.
Amy Mearkle, alternate princess, James Burdette, show Judge, and Mike Welmer with
son Spencer, and Cindy with daughter Sarah. Mike holds the halter of Solid-Gold
Rotate Easter, his 5-year-old which won the distinction.
From the left, Jennifer Grimes, stgte dairy princess, holds the senior and grand
champion rosettes for Ty Christman, who holds the halter of his grand champion cow
of the Junior Holstein member state show, while Lory Ann Baker holds the halter of
her reserve grand champion and alternate dairy princesses. Marcl Hamlsh and Amy
Mearklr ~~isent the
The reserve grand champion Holstein Is shown by the Penn-Gate Farm family. Rep
resenting the farm Is, from the left, Richard Lehman, hired man, Robert Gift, and
Christine and Steve Wood. Jennifer Grimes, state dairy princess, holds the banner,
while Tom Sheaffer Is leadsman, and Amy Mearkle and Marcl Hamlsh, state alternate
dairy princesses, present the rosette.