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    A3O-Lino«>w Fanning, Saturday, Novambar 12, 1994
Science Club
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es, he helped ship Jerseys to
Greece, Turkey and Germany. He
and his wife Carol lived in Ceylon
(now Sri Lankaiin 1972 and Tan
zania in 1978 to establish Jersey
herds and train dairymen in those
Judging Team Activities.
The Penn State Dairymen’s club
also finances trips for the Penn
State Dairy Judging Teams through
its endowment fund. The club
added to the fund this year with
proceeds from the sale of donated
craft items sold at the Pennsylvania
All-American Dairy Show.
Reporting on this year’s judging
contests. Penn State judging team
coach Dale Oliver said the Eastern
States Expo team, including Owen
Bowley of West, Chester, Jeff
Hostetler of Annville, Brenda
Mihaliak of Wellington, CT, and
Shannon Peterman of Muncy, was
second high team overall and first
in Guernseys. Brenda finished sec
ond high overall and Owen was
first in Guernseys and Milking
At the National Intercollegiate
Judging Contest in Madison, WI,
the team of Bewley, Hostetler,
Mihaliak and Cathy Pavelski of
Susquehanna placed fifth overall
out of 25 teams and was in the top
10 in five of six breeds. Brenda
and Cathy made the top 25 indi
vidual All-American list.
Jayne Hess of Gettysburg
joined Bewley, Hostetler and
Pavelski to compete at the all-
American, where they placed
ninth overall, with Cathy as the
tenth high individual. A team
including Lisa Olver of Hones
dale, Kristie Kolosky of Belle
Vernon. Hess, and Peterman went
to the North American Dairy
Expo in Louisville, where they
placed ninth overall, third in
Guernseys and eighth in reasons,
Jayne was second in Jerseys, sev
enth in reasons and tenth overall
individual, while Lisa was sixth
and Kristy eighth in Holsteins.
Poage Grant-In-Aid Award
Melissa Morrow of Tyrone and
Joshua Havatine of Thompson
received the 1994 Poage Grant-In-
Aid award for their excellence in
youth dairy judging and their high
academic standings. Melissa was
the high 4-H individual at the
1991 Pennsylvania All-American
contest, leading her team to a first
place finish. Josh was the high
individual and first in reasons at
the 1993 North American contest.
The award was established by
Warren Poage, a retired Penn State
dairy judging coach, and is admin
istered by the Dairymen’s club.
Penn State Reports
Dr. Stan Curtis, head of the
Penn State Dairy and Animal Sci-
1 lb Cheddar Cheese
1 lb Smoked Cheddar Cheese
8 oz Cream Cheese Spread
8 oz Pimento Cheese Spread
14 oz Beef Sausage
Chocolate & Strawberry Candies
•Price for large box is $17.50.
1 lb Cheddar Cheese
8 oz Cream Cheese Spread
8 oz Pimento Cheese Spread
14 oz Beef Sausage
Chocolate & Strawberry Candies
•Price for small box is $13.50.
Union Co. Correspondent
Co.) The 11th annual Nittany
Lion Fall Classic Sale held Satur
day at the Penn State Ag Arena, in
State College, averaged $1,524 on
68 lots.
The sale, co-managed by the
Penn State Dairy Science Club and
the Pa. Holstein Association, had
the highest selling honors go to a
3-year-old Blacks tar daugther out
of a Sexation dam that was con
signed by Tom McCauley, of New
Direction farm in Elizabethtown.
New Direction BS Whilncy-ET,
bred to Leader and due to freshen
ence Department, told banquet
attendees that the milking cows
had been moved into the new free
stall barn at the Penn State Dairy
Research Center and that a new
pasture research center had also
gotten started. The new milking
parlor has been in use since Feb
ruary. He said the Dairy Manage
ment and Profitability (MAP) pro
gram should have about 600 farms
enrolled by this winter.
Dairymen’s Club Officers
The Penn State Dairymen’s
Club, which consists of alumni
and supporters of the Penn State
dairy science program, elected the
following officers for 1994-95;
president, Craig Williams: vice
president. Jennie Brown; Dale
Olver, secretary-treasurer; Mike
Countryman, Dave Livermore,
Sharon Wagner. Dwayne Hay,
Mary Ann Keith. Ken Raney,
Christine Swartz, Dave Trotter
and Peter Witmcr, directors.
The students of the Penn State Dairy Science Club are con
ducting their 17th annual cheesebox sale. Jayne Hess,
Cheesebox Sale chairperson says you can minimize your
shopping worries for Christmas by sending Penn State
Cheeseboxes for holiday gifts this year. Both large and small
packages are available and will be shipped anywhere in the
west of the Mississippi per box) for a total of $.
Name & Address:
Telephone #: ( )
Student Salesperson (if applicable):
I will pick my box/boxes at the University Creamery on December
13,14, and 15, between I a.m. and 5 g.m.
Please mail my orders to the following Addresses:
appears on greeting
NOTE: If you need additional room for names and addresses, please NOTE: If you need additional room for names mid addresses, please m
pA November Hwnhij Building, Unhreraity Park, PA MM2 no later than November
Lion Fall Classic Averages $1,524
December, was bought by Fred
T-anH for $3,400. Whitney had,
made a first lactation record of
22,770 pounds milk, 993 pounds
fat, and 796 pounds protein.
Two consignments tied for
second-highest selling animal.
A Starbuck/Counselor senior
heifer calf consigned by Jake and
Sally Tanis, of Ideal Holsteins, in
Centre Hall, was purchased by Dr.
Bob Cloninger, also of Centre
Hall, for $2,700.
A first choice of five Mandel
.. F ”2 n .! h J?. teft ’ • land,n fl wlth on * Of the second highest selling cslvee of the Nittsny
Lion Fell Classic Ssle, is Emily Cloninger, psdigrse reader Horses Backue, overall
sale chsinmin Jen Tret, Dr. Bob Cloninger, buyer, with children Elizabeth, Rebeces
snd Ben, seller representative Adsm Tanie at the halter, bam manager Jake Tanis, and
Scott Longebach, member of the sale selection committee.
Say “Cheese” For Christmas
From PSU Dairy Science Club
small packages at ($13.50 per bos) plus Please send me large packages at ($17.50 per box) plus
lost of ($3.50 east of the Mississippi or $4.00 shipping and handling cost of ($4.00 east of the Mississippi or $4.50
on greeting
pregnancies out ot a Very Good
Blackstar daughter with a first lac
tation of 24,840 pounds of milk
was consigned by the Pa. Holstein
Association and was bought by
Jeffrey and Mary Kay Roche, of
New Oxford, also for $2,700.
Penn State Dairy Science Club
sale committee members were Jen
nifer Trat, overall chairperson;
Cathy Pavelski, assistant chairper
son; Adam Tanis, bam manager;
Owen Bewley, animal preparation
manager, Andrew Foster 111, and
continental U.S.
To order fill out the order form and mail with check or
money order to: Penn State Dairy Science Club; C/O Cheese
box Sale; 324 W. L. Henning Building; University Park, PA
16802. Orders must be received no later than November 21,
west of the Mississippi per box) fora total of $.
Name & Ad<
Telephone #: ( )
Student Salesperson (if applicable):
I will pick my boxAx>xes at the Univenity Creamery on December
13,14, ml 15, between 8 un. and S p.m.
Pleeie mail my orden to the followinf Addresses:
on greeting
Thad Sturgeon, animal selections;
Bryan Herring, marketing and
merchandising; Terry Martin,
finance; Rodger Keith, arena pre
paration; Amy Marshall, recep
tion; Pete Mozes, publicity; and
Jen Hummel, advertising.
The sales staff included Horace
Backus, reading pedigrees; auc
tioneers Harry Bachman and Mike
Weimcr; ringmen Bill Nichol.
William Allen, and Donald Welk;
and Crccdin Comman, as bam
on greeting