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A2B-Lancatt*r Fanulno. Saturday, Octcbar 21, <995
Co.) The youth Uvastock sale at
the close of die Manheim Fair last
Friday evening featured the parti
cipation of many local businesses
in the bidding fora fiut-pnced auc
tion of' 19 goats; ‘MR hogs: 29
lambs;aad 20 steen. The grand tot
al, to the amazement of sale offi
cials, exceeded last wear’s record
total hy nearly $3400.
The goats avetagpd $2.04 per
pound; the nogs, $2.14; the lambs,
$2.81, and the steen, $1.47, to
makeatotal this yedtaf $106,727.
In fte goat raltoflidi Gcbhard
sold fier champioono Manheim
Auto Auction for s€3s per pound
for a Mel of $429.25 on the 101
Jacey Fisher’s relive champion
goat brought $2.25 per pound for a
lottl of $240.75 from Lebanon
Valley National Bank.
Several other goals brought $6.
Amanda Grube sold her light
weight champion for $6 per pound
to Sensenig Construction, Man
heim; Brian Geib sold his lamb for
$6 per pound to Conestoga Auction
Service, Manhiem, for $6 per
pound, and Joel Geib sold his lamb
fors6.2S per pound, also to Cones
toga Auction for $6.25.
Manheim Auto Auction also
bought both the grand champion
hog and the reserve grand champ
ion steer. They paid $6 per pound
for Derick Bollinger’s 261 pound
hog for a total of $1,366. And they
bought Melissa Becker’s 1203
pound reserve champion steer at
$3.73 for a total of $4,318.73.
Hoss’ Steak and Sea House
bought Casey High’s grand
champion steer for $4 per pound
and a total of $3,108. They donated
the steer back to be resold with half
the proceeds to go to4-H and half
to go toFFA. Stiegel Construction,
Manheim, bought the champion
the second time for $1.23 per
pound to make a total 0f51,596.25.
Hoss’ also bought the reserve
champion lamb for $4.30 per
pound or a total of $963.
The reserve grand champion
hog shown by Jonathan Haldeman
sold for $3 per pound to Philips
Ford, Manheim, for a total of
$2,286 on the 254 pound hog.
The grand champion lamb sold
for $3.30 per pound to Speedwell
Construction, Manheim, for a total
Of special significance. Katye
Allen, who had been given a bottle
lamb to raise by Kirt Diffenderfcr,
Manhiem, donated all the proceeds
from the sale of her lamb to Clare
House, a home for battered and
abused women in Lancaster. The
lamb was purchased by Dorothy
Heistand in memory of her late
husband Walter. The Heistands
were long-time, well-known 4-H
leaders in the community. Mrs.
Heistand paid $9 per pound for a
total of $846. She thm donated the
lamb to be resold, again for Clare
House. And Lancaster Ford bid
$2.75 per pound and added
$258,50 to die gift. The net pro
ceeds to Clare House was $1,1045.
Needless to say, things got a little
emotional in the middle of the lamb
sale. (See editoral page A 10.)
Other sales for charity, Casey
High, owner of the grand champ
ion steer, bought Jill Hotlines lamb
for $1.85 and donated it back to be
resold with proceeds going to the
Lancaster 4-H judging team travel
fund. The lamb then sold to Man
heim Auto Auction for $2 or a total
Youth Livestock Sale
Last Year’s Record
The Seibeit family, Manheim,
bought Jamie SeUanTs lamb for
$2.85 per pound and donated it
back to be resold for the FFA
Greenhouse construction fund.
The 87-pound lamb then sold to
Larry and Carol Huber, Manheim,
Jngbyßyai. qi ..
William Campball, Hosa* Staak and Saa Housa, buyer, and
The grand champion hog shown by Darlck Bollinger was
sold to Manhebn Auto Auction. From loft, Erin Huber, fair
queen; (Carolyn Gehman and Chuck Plcko from the cuto
gt . gov jy
sold to the Manhelm Auto Auction. In the photo from left,
Chuck Plcko and Karolyn Gehman from the auto auction;
Gebhard, and Erin Huber, fair queen.
man, owner; Erin Hubar, falrquaan, and Rick Martin, Philips
$2.75 to Ken Witmer, Manheim.
Total to the Greenhouse fund was
The annual auction went accord
ing to schedule. For example, the
102 hogs were sold in about one
hour. An evening meal was avail-
to(rquMn;Ztogtor. and Gary My«r. SpMdwM Construction!
owner; Chuck Plcko, Menhelm Auto Auction, buyer, end
Erin Huber, Mr queen.
The reserve champion market lamb. From left, Erin Hub
er, lair queen; Travis Donough, owner, and William Camp
bell, Hose' Steak and Sea House, buyer.
and Erin Hubar, fair c^uaan.