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EAST GREENVILLE (Mont
gomery Co.) One potato, two
potato, three potato, four. A lot of
potatoes? Not if you were a good
.. <e Gosi ppen. jlk Festive you can learn how to knit stockings like those
worn in the 18th century. The Festival will be held August 12, from noon to 8 p.m. and
August 13, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is located in the village of East Greenville, northern
Montgomery County on Third Street Just off Route 29. Adult admission is $6, children
under 12 free.
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Sally Miller. 2. Jon Hamish. 3. Roxanne
Kirst. Class 2 (216-218 lbs.): 1. Timothy
Crouse. 2. Wendy Atkins. 3. Joseph J.
Tice. Class 3 (219-220 lbs.); 1. Billie Jo
Atkins. 2. John Risser. 3. Sue Getz.
Class 4 (220-224 lbs.); 1. Jesse Wen
ger. 2. Kevin Sellers. 3. Jason Shirk.
Class 5 (225-232 lbs.): 1. Jenny A.
Arnold. 2. Jeramiah Arnold. 3. Joseph J.
Tice. Champion-; Jennifer Arnold.
Reserve: Jeramiah Arnold.
MEDIUM WEIGHT Class 6 (234-235
lbs.)' 1. Tisha Ebling. 2. Marc M. Arnold.
3 Matthew Kleinfelter. Class 7 (236-237
lbs.); 1. Stephanie Meyer. 2. Scott
Grubb. 3. Emily Wenger. Class 8
(239-240 lbs.): 1. Gregory Bomgardner.
2 Natalie Wenger. 3. Jeramiah Arnold.
Reserve champion market hog was this 262-pound
Hampshlra/Duroe gilt, “Hank,” shown by Kevin Sellers,
right. At left is Henry Holloway, show Judge.
Pennsylvania Dutchman in the
19th century. He just might have
eaten four potatoes in a day; serv
ed four different ways. He may
Class 9 (240-245 lbs.): 1. Wendy Atkins.
2. Kim Getz. 3. Katie Lefever. Champ
ion: Wendy Atkins. Reserve; Tisha
LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT; Class 10
(245-247 lbs.): 1. Andrew Bomgardner.
2. Stacy Krall. 3. Dan Atkins. Class 11
(248-253 lbs.): 1. Carl Eisenhauer. 2.
Laura M. Arnold. 3. Kara Arnold. Class
12 (253-254 lbs.): 1. Kendra Mase. 2.
Gretchen Artz. 3. Kate Hurst. Class 13
(255 lbs.): 1. Janine Winebark. 2.
Jeremy Mase. 3. Timothy Crouse.
Champion: Janine Winebark. Reserve:
HEAVYWEIGHT: Class 14 (257-258
lbs.): 1. Trisha Berger. 2. Nathan Tice. 3.
Matthew Kleinfelter. Class 15 (259-260
lbs.); 1. Roxanne Kirst. 2. Leah Arnold.
3. Jason Shirk. Class 16 (261-264 lbs.):
have eaten them fried, in soup, in
bread or in pot pie.
The role of the potato is an im
portant stapel in the life of the
1. Gregory bomgardner. 2. Annie Lefev
er. 3. Stephanie Meyer. Class 17
(265-275 lbs.): 1. Kevin Sellers. 2. Daryl
Bomgardner. 3. Scott Molt. Champion;
Kevin Sellers. Reserve: Roxanne Kirst.
CROSSBRED; Champion: Janine
Winebark. Reserve; Kevin Sellers.
Duroc: Lightweight: Class 18 (220-232
lbs.): 1. Janine Winebark. 2. Kendra
Mase. 3. Laura M. Arnold. Champion;
Janine Winebark. Reserve; Kendra
Mase. Heavyweight: Class 19 (246-266
lbs.); 1. Jenny Arnold. 2. Marc M.
Arnold. 3. Kara Arnold. Champion; Jen
ny Arnold. Reserve: Marc M. Arnold.
Hampshire: Class 20 (229-260 lbs.): 1.
Billie Jo Atkins. 2. Tisha Ebling. 3. Nat
hanial Artz. Champion; Billie Jo Atkins.
Reserve; Tisha Abling.
Landraoe: Class 21 (232 lbs.): 1. Trisha
Berger. Champion: Trisha Berker.
Yorkshire: Class 22 (236-259 lbs.): 1.
Jamie Risser. 2. Jamie Risser. 3.
In-School: 1. Jamie Risser. 2. Jon Mann
ish. 3. Wendy Atkins. Out-of-School: 1,
John Risser. 2. Daryl Bomgardner. 3
Scott Grubb. Champion: John Risser.
Reserve; Jamie Risser.
18-years-old: 1. Dan Atkins. 2. Scott
Nolt. 17-years-old: 1. Jenny Arnold. 2
Roxanne Kirst. 3. Ginger Brown.
16-yeare-oW: 1. Jamie Risser. 2. Ste
phanie Meyer. 3. Kara Arnold. 15-years
old: 1. Justin Lehman. 2. Wendy Atkins.
3. Katie Lefever. 14-years-old: 1. Laura
Arnold. 13-yeart-old: 1. Blaine Brown.
2. Jessie Wenger. 3. Annie Lefever.
12-years-old: 1. Trisha Berger. 2. Marc
Arnold. 3. Joe Tice. 10-yeare-old: 1.
Nathaniel Artz. 2. Leah Arnold. 3. Kate
Hurst. 9-years-old; 1. Nathan Tice. 2.
Jim Crouse. 3. Janine Winebark.
8-years-old: 1. Gretchen Artz. Champ
ion; Jamie Risser. Reserve: Justin
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 6, 1994-815
Dutchman will be the focus of the
28th Annual Goschenhoppen Folk
Festival. The Festival will be held
Friday, August 12th, from noon to
8 p.m., and Saturday, the 13th,
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is located
in the village of East Greenville,
northern Montgomery County,
Pennsylvania, on Third Street, just
off Route 29. Look for the banner
above the street. With a donation
of $6 for adults (children 12 and
under are free) and a donation for
parking, everyone can gain en
trance to the amply shaded New
Goschenhoppen Church picnic
At the Festival, many different
crafts and home skills are featur
ed, representing and distinguish
ing 18th and 19th century practice.
You may sample many foods ori
ginating as a potato, such as potato
soup, potato filling, fried potatoes,
potatoes with yellow stockings or
pot pie. You can even try potato
Farin Rae Weltner, 17-year-old daughter of Albert and
Crole Weltner of Green Valley Dairy, Georgetown, was
crowned Beaver-Lawrence Dairy Princess orTJune 25. Jen
nifer Brown, 16, of Volant, Is the alternate dairy princess.
Four contestants vied for the title at the pageant held at
Westfield Grange in Mt. Jackson. Farin is the fourth genera
tion on the family farm. She is a 4-H member for nine years.
She plans to attend Ohio State Agricultural Technical Insti
tute in 1995 to major in dairy production and management.
|Lf Societies %
Lancaster Society 26
Lancaster Society of Farm meeting will be
Women No. 8 met on July 13 at dence. TJj® h
the home of Gladys Ncy in Mount on Septe Marietta
Joy. Members enjoyed a picnic at Retch s Church in Marietta.
candy that has potatoes in it, al
though it is hard to tell. The
tradesmen will be hard at work, as
well, relating their contributions
to the potato culture. They may be
building storage bins for potatoes,
making barrels to store potatoes in
down in the root cellar or prepar
ing to plant potatoes in the field.
Many other activities go on as
well. See a hog or steer butchered.
Watch a typical simple wedding
from early Victorian times. Talk
with one of our numerous itinerant
“characters.” Listen to a band con
cert, either out under a tree or in
under the bandshell. Watch as
children play with com cobs and
feathers or take a hay ride. Try
your hand at stitching a quilt or
maybe learn how to do counted
cross-stitch embroidery. Or even
take in a scholarly lecture on any
of a wide range of subjects, given
by respected local authorities.