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Somerset Co. Correspondent
Co.) Melinda Jean Thomas is
the owner of C Lindenoord Mark
Tracy, the four-yr.-old grand
champion of the Somerset District
Holstein Show held here at the
fairgrounds. Thomas hails from
Bruceton Mills, W. Va.
Breeder was Lindenoord Hol
steins. Tracy’s birth date was July
Double-Ott M Maker Messiah
Di, an aged cow bom June 29,
1987, and owned by Scott and
Robyn Foreman, Rockwood, was
named reserve grand champion.
Breeder was Rodney and Claire
Sire/Dam are Hanoverhill Mes
siah-ET and Double-Ott RKL
Alcm Maker Dora.
The junior grand champion was
Berkline Mark Nettic-ET, owned
by Donna Philipp, Berlin. Breeder
of the three-yr.-old, bom Dec. 11,
1990, was Lewis W. and Barbara
Berkley, Berlin. Sire/Dam are
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Virginia Girl Has Somerset Holstein Winner
Walkway Chief Mark and Ed-
Long Sexation Nonnie.
Mill-Vale Pete Impulse, a four
yr.-old owned by Ben Miller, Bos
well, was the junior reserve grand
champion. Breeder was Ben Mill
er. Sire/Dam are Straight-Pine
Elevation Pete and Quaker-Farm
Miller had the senior show’s
best animal bred and owned while
Delvin E. Mast, Grantsville, Md.
had a dry cow named the junior
best animal bred and owned.
The junior show senior cham
pion was Elk-Lick Inspiration S
Bard, owned by Willard Maust,
Meyersdale, RD 1.
Wayne E. Schrock, Grantsville,
Md., owned the senior reserve
champion with Locker-Lane Har
ry Lisa, a fall yearling like Bard.
Named the junior champion in
the junior show was Hillmont Tab
Popsicle, a winter yearling owned
by Juliana Hillegass, Berlin. The
junior reserve champion was Mos
sys Blackstar Minnie, a summer
yearling owned by William Mos-
The Pennsylvania FFA
join us for:
Hors d 1 oeuvres
At the Somerset District Holstein Show are from left, Curtis Day, Judge; Scott Fore
man with the reserve champion; Melinda Thomas, with the grand champion; Kelly Bit
tner, first alternate Somerset County dairy princess; and Natalie Welch, dairy
Delvin Mast, Grantsville, Md.
was named senior premier exhibi-
Lunch: 11:30 am -12:30 pm
Shotgun Scramble: 1:00 pm
(Greens fees, and cart included)
Foxchase Coif Course is located at Stevens, Pennsylvania
in Lancaster County. Directions; from Pa. Turnpike Exit 21,
take Route 272 south. Turn right on Church Street, then left
on Stevens, look for signs.
Number of Golfers
Foxchase Golf Course
$75.00 entry fee
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The Pennsylvania FFA Foundation
PO Box 10493, Calder Square
State College, PA 16805
For more information call (814) 353-9230
Number of Dinner Only Reservations
tor and senior premier breeder.
Donna Philipp, Berlin, was named
junior premier exhibitor with Ben
Laneaatar Farming, Saturday, July 30,1994-A2l
Miller, Boswell, named premier
The Somerset County Junior
Holstein Club gave hearty thanks
to the Walker Farm Service,
Somerset, which financed the pur
chase of championship trophies
and T-shirts for first place win
ners, with a hefty contribution.
Curtis Day from Shippensburg
did the judging.
The show committee, chaired
by David Stahl had members Har
ry Mosholder, Dennis Reiman,
Joyce Ringler and Jane Smiley.
Carol Brown coordinated the
catalog. Decorating was done by
Martha Miller. Joyce Ringler or
ganized trophies and Mike Stutz
man was the announcer.
Trophies and ribbons were pre
sented by the Somerset County
dairy princess, Natalie Welch and
her first alternate Kelly Bittner.
Refreshments were available
throughout the event at the mo
bile, refrigerated dairy bam oper
ated by the Somerset County dairy
promotion committee, and at
Top three class winners follow:
Spring Calf: 1. Oelvin E. Mast; 2.
Melinda Jean Thomas; 3. Steven Mill-
Winter Call: 1. Daniel A. Ream; 2.
Delvin E. Mast; 3. Beverly A. Philipp.
Fall Calf: Melinda Jean Thomas; 2.
Wayne E. Schrock; 3. Matthew P. Cole
Summer Yearling: 1. William M.
Mosholder; 2. Ben Miller; 3. Juliana
Spring Yearling: 1. William M. Mos
holder; 2. Daniel A. Ream, 3. Desirae
Winter Yearling: 1. Juliana Hille
gass; 2. William Mosholder; 3. Daniel
Fall Yearling: 1. Willard Maust; 2.
Wayne E. Schrock: 3. Melinda Jean
Dry Cow 4-Yr. and Under. 1 Me
linda Jean Thomas; 2. Bradley E.
Dry Cow 5-Yr*. and Under: 1. Oel
vin E. Mast; 2. Wayne E. Schrock; 3.
Junior 2-Yr.-Old: 1. Delvin E. Mast;
2. Matthew Coleman; 3. Donna Philipp.
Senior 2-Yr.-Old; 1. Donna Philipp;
2. Delvin E. Mast; 3. Wayne E.
Junior 3-Yr.-Old: 1. Donna Philipp;
2. Delvin E. Mast; 3. Wayne E.
Senior 3-Yr.-Old: 1. Donna Philipp;
2. Melinda Jean Thomas; 3. Delvin E.
Four-Yeer-Old: 1. Melinda Jean
Thomas; 2. Benjamin Miller; 3. Delvin
Five-Year-Old: 1. Kirsten Miller; 2.
Bradley Maust; 3. William Mosholder.
100,000 Class: 1. Willard Maust.
Six Years and Over: 1. Scott and
Robyn Foreman; 2. Delvin E Mast; 3.
Aden Wayne Maust
(test three Female*: 1. Detvin E.
Mast, 2. Donna Philipp, 3. Ben Miller.
Dam and Daughter; 1. Melinda
Thomas; 2. Scott, Robyn and Zachary
Foreman; 3. Melinda Thomas.
Junior Best Three Females: 1.