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A4O-Lancaster Fanning, Saturday. September 5, 1998
Mifflin County Youth Fair
(Continued from Page A3B)
Lee and Joann Yoder.
Junior 3-Year-Old; 1. Michael P. Yoder. 2.
Laura Peachey. 3. Harrop Farms.
Senior 3-Year-Old. 1. Matthew J. Yoder.
Four-Year-Old: 1. Vernon Yoder. 2. Ver
non Yoder. 3. Marcus Peachey.
Five-Year-Old: 1. Vernon Yoder.
Six Years & Older. 1. Bradley Yoder 2. Mi
chelle Yoder. 3 Mark Oonahey.
Alpine - Grand Champion - Tom Parker.
Angora - Grand Champion - Salmda
Lamancha - Grand Champion - Chnsy
Grand Champion - Jessica Smoker.
Reserve Grand Champion - Lizzie
Kids Under 1 Year. 1. Lizzie Stnnger. 2.
Doe 1 Year Under 2 (not in milk): 1. Lizzie
Doe 3 to 4 Years Old; 1. Lizzie Stringer.
Doe Over 4 Years; I*. Jessica Smoker.
Grand Champion - Becky Seitz.
Reserve Grand Champion - Chnsy Seitz.
Kids Under 1 Yean 1. Chnsy Seitz. 2. Bnt
tany Rearlch. 3. Ariel Maurey.
Doe 1 Year Under (not in milk); 1. Chrisy
Seitz. 2. Becky Seitz.
Doe 2-4 Years Old: 1. Becky Seitz. 2. Jes
sica Smoker. 3. Acacia Maurey.
Grand Champion - Nicole Houser.
Reserve Grand Champion • Samantha
Kldi Under 1 Year; 1. and 2. Nicole
Doe 2 Years Under (In milk): 1. Nicole
Doe 2-4 Years Old: 1. Samantha Speich
er. 2. Salmda Speicher.
Doe Over 4 Years. 1. Nicole Houser. 2.
Samantha Speicher. 3. Salmda Speicher.
Grand Champion - Amy Filson.
Reserve Grand Champion - Nicole Hous
er. 3. Cassandra Houser.
ion of the youth show.
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ver Fair, sponsored by
Hemy Schein, Inc., will
be held in Denver Mem
orial Park Tuesday
through Saturday, Sept.
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Dam A Daughter: 1 . Becky Seitz. 2. Lizzie
Stringer. 3. Samantha Speicher.
Best Udder; 1. Amy Filson. 2. Jessica
Smoker. 3. Nicole Houser.
Best Doe in Show - Chrisy Seitz.
Market Goat - Grand Champion - Toby
Houser. Reserve Grand Champion - Chnsy
Seitz. 3. Nicole Houser.
Grand Champion Breeding Sheep - Beth
Grand Champion Market Lamb - Beth
Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb -
Natalie Aurand (FFA).
Class #1: 1. Matt Fisher. 2. Sallnda
Speicher. 3. Kirtasha Williams.
Class #2; 1. Matthew Yoder. 2. Gayle
Stine. 3. Shane Renmnger.
Class «3: 1. Samantha Speicher. 2. Sa
linda Speicher. 3. Schlnell Renninger.
Class #4; 1. John Kirk. 2. Chrison Sheaf
fer. 3. Shawn Renninger.
Qlass #5:l. Tim Blystone. 2. Jolene Light
ner. 3. Ashley Blystone.
Class 416; 1. Beth Penepacker. 2. Beth
Penepacker. 3. Matt Fisher.
Class «7: 1. Natalie Aurand. 2. Schlnell
Renninger. 3. Jessica Rearick.
Grand Champion - Donald Stufft.
Reserve Grand Champion • Amy Aurand.
Class 1:1. Lance SheHenberger. 2. Drew
Aurand. 3. Timothy Blystone.
Class 2:1. Drew Aurand. 2. Courtney Aur
and. 3. T-Jay Laug.
Class 3:1. Ben Harrop. 2. Matthew Groff.
3. Ryan Sheelfar.
Class 4: 1. Natalie Aurand. 2. Jolene
Lightner. 3. Christin Sheaffer.
Class S: 1. Ernie Harrop. 2. Jolene Light
ner. S.Chelsea Wagner.
Class 6; 1. Tom Parkes. 2. Adam Melly. 3.
Class 7: 1. Joe Wagner. 2. Vaughn
Kanagy. 3. Corey Miller.
Class 8; 1. Lyndsay Pollock. 2. Natalie
Aurand. 3. Amy Reed.
Class 9; 1. Stephanie Morgan. 2. Nicole
Bubb. 3. Brent Yoder.
Class 10:1. Amy Aurand. 2. Courtney Aur-
Denver Fair at 7 p.m.
events. This year, 17
young women are vying
for the tide. Prior to the
coronation, the swine
show will take place at 6
p.m. in the swine tent,
and the baked goods
will be auctioned off at
6:30 p.m. in the show
The first contest of
the week, the Super Pea
nut Scramble sponsored
by the Reinholds VFW,
is scheduled to begin at
8; 30 p.m. Tuesday in the
show tent. The first
night’s activities will
conclude with a free
fireworks display at
On Wednesday at 7
p.m. the parade steps off
from the Cocalico High
School. Judges will
award trophies to floats,
baton groups, drum and
bugle corps, and high
school bands. Once
again BRCA-TV will be
broadcasting the parade
live on Channel 11. Pri
or to the parade, the goat
show will take place at 5
p.m. in the show tent
Thursday is WJTL
night at the fair, featur
ing a family night ride
special from 6 p.m.-10
p.m. Special events tak
ing place on Thursday
include the sheep show
beginning at 4 pan. in
the show tent and the
Lancaster Youth For
Christ Tug of War con-
and. 3. Amy Filson.
Clast 11: 1. Amy Aurand. 2. Nathan
Baumgardner. 3. Rebecca Meily.
Class 12:1. Donald Stuftt. 2. Lyndsay Pol
lock. 3. Donald StulfL
Class 13: 1. Jennifer Pollock. 2. Nicoel
Bubb. 3. Becky Aurand.
Class 14: 1. Jennifer bollock. 2. Joseph
Yoder. 3. Brian Vaughan.
Grand Champion - Doug Brubaker.
Reserve Grand Champion - Stad Young.
Lightweight: 1. Adam Felmlee. 2. Lisa
Macknair. 3. Gayle Stine.
Medium Lightweight: 1. Luke Parkes. 2.
Matt Parkes. 3. Cassandra Houser.
Heavy Lightweight: 1. Brittany Stauffer. 2.
Hillary Vogt. 3. Jonas Click.
Light Middle Weight: 1. Doug Brubaker. 2.
Bronson Goss. 3. Becky Seitz.
Medium Middle Weight; 1. Vaughn Kan
agy. 2. Jeff Goss, 3. Rayan Harshbarger.
Heavy Middle Weight; 1. Stad Young. 2.
Jana Aurand. 3. Natalia Bylar.
Light Heavyweight: 1. Kati Click. 2. Adri
enne Shank. 3. Dean Setzler.
Heavyweight: 1. Joe Young. 2. Jessica Fil
son. 3. Ernie Harrop.
Grand Champion Breed Show - Connie
Reserve Grand Champion - Justin Socdo.
Grand Champion Mixed Breed - T-Jay
Reserve Grand Champion - Kasey White.
Champagne; Senior Buck: 1. Justin Soo
cio. Senior Doe • 1. Justin Socdo.
Dutch; Senior Buck: 1. Hayden Kulp.
Dwarf. Senior Buck; 1. Ashley King.
Senior Doe; 1. Sarah Yoder.
Harlequin: Senior Buck; 1. Ilene Breiner.
Holland Lop: Senior Doe: 1. Ashley Rod
key. Senior Buck; 1. Jessica Rearick. Junior
Buck; 1. & 2. Kahlee Sheaffer.
test at 6 p.m. in the ball
diamond. WJTL will
also sponsor a special
concert featuring Steven
Courtney beginning at 7
p.m. on the stage. Fol
lowing the concert, fair
goers of all ages can par
ticipate in the donut eat
ing contest, sponsored
by Harting’s Bakery at 8
p.m. on the stage.
events begin with the
beef show at 6 p.m. in
the show tent followed
immediately by the auc
tion of the beef as well
as the swine from Tues
day’s show. Friday
night also features a new
activity for this year’s
fair, the Wawa sub eat
ing contest, to begin at
6:30 p.m. at the main
stage area. The evening
will conclude with the
on the main stage at 7
Saturday, the closing
day of the Fair, is spon
sored by The Ephrata
National Bank and fea
tures the Matinee Ride
Special from 1 p.m.-5
p.m. as well as a number
of contests to be held
throughout the day. The
pet show, sponsored by
The Personal Touch,
will begin at 9 a.m. on
the stage, and the pedal
power tractor pull at 10
a.m. on Spruce Street
The Baby Parade will
begin at noon in the hos
pitality tent, and the
Smelly Sneaker Contest
at 3 p.m. on the stage.
This year Dißlasi’s
Sandwich Shop will be
sponsoring The Cele
brity Cheesesteak Eat
ing Contest, featuring
local celebrities who
will begin eating at 1:30
p.m. in the show tent.
The 1998 Denver Fair
will conclude with the
annual talent show with
amateur performers en
from 4-10 p.m. at the
Chris Uhland showed this Brown Swiss for grand cham
pion. Jessica Fiison earned reserve grand champion.
Buck: 1. T-Jay Laub. Senior Doe; 1. Bobbie
Fultz. 2. Darrell Campbell.
Home Grown Grand Champion - Connie
Reserve Champion - Justin Socdo.
Mixed Breed Fancy Small: Senior Buck: 1.
Kasey White. 2. Doug Bowersox. Senior
Doe: 1. Jenna Wise. 2. Heidi Shaffer. 3. Brit
Flemish Giant; Senior Buck: 1. Bobbie
Junior Buck; 1. Jessica Bilger. 2. Doug
Bowersox. 3. Kristin Wilcher.
Junior Doe; 1. Klrtasha Williams.
Senior Buck; 1. Amanda Yoder. Bobbie
Fultz. 3. Megan SpechL
Senior Doe: 1. Beth Maben. 2. Jennie No
Polish; Senior Doe; Kasey White. Senior
Buck: 1. Jenna Wise. 2. Beth Cooper. 3. Dan
Hex: Senior Buck; 1. Darrell Campbell. 2.
Satin; Senior Doe: 1 Alexis Maurey. 2.
New Zealand: Senior Buck; 1. Kasey
Mini Rex: Senior Doe; 1. Janelle Shellen
Californian; Junior Doe; 1. Connie Shaffer.
2. Craig Hunter. 3. Gina Epperson. Senior
Keys’ 1998 Annual Fall Auction
On Sat., Sept. 19,1998 at 10:00 am
we will be having our annual fall auction. This well be a large selection. Included
in this ale will be approximately 40 guns from our trade-in sale, tools, new and
used lawn and garden equipment, new and used a.t.v.’s, plus much more. This
auction is being held at the Hazen Store located on Route 28,7 miles North of
Exit 14 off I-80. Refreshments will be available.
We have a large section of guns-nfles, shotguns, pistols- from our trade-in sale Some
are new in the box, some collectors guns, etc all are nice Remington 760 pump 30-
06 w/scope, Winchester Mod 94 30-30 w/scope, Winchester Mod 70 Pre 64 300
Mag w/scope, Winchester Mod 70 Pre 64 257 Roberts w/scope, Winchester Mod
12 pump, 20 gauge gold inlays grade 4-a high class gun new in the box, Remington
1187 sporting clays 12 gauge w/chokes 26” barrel-new in box, Remington 1187
sporting clays 12 gauges w/chokes 28” barrel, Thompson 45 cal percussion muzzle
loader, Jukar 45 cal flintlock muzzle loader, Winchester 94 44 cal, Rossi gallery
pump 22 cal, Remington 700 257 roberts, Fertworth 12 gauge, New England
firearm ponder single 12 gauge, China pump 12 gauge, Hawk pump 12 gauge,
Browning A Bolt 7mm Rem Mag. Remington 11/87 12-gauge, Remington 870
Mag 12 gauge, Street Sweeper 12 gauge, Marlin 18/94 44 Rem Mag Savage 340
222 Rem Thompson Flmtback 50 cal, Tower Flintlock 12 gauge, Remington 700
22-250, Ruger 77 25-06, Ithacoc 37 20 gauge, Savage 303, Savage 18/98 300,
Savage 250-300, Remington 760 257 Roberts, Winchester 12 20 gauge,
Winchester 12 16 gauge, Winchester 12 16 gauge, Colt python 357, Smith &
Wesson 65 357, Smith & Wesson 63 22 cal, Smith & Wesson 628-144 Mag, Smith
& Wesson 628-1 357, Dakota Manufact 45 coIt.PLEASE NOTE: AB firearms will
be sold under current state and federal firearms requirements.
New Suzuki LT-80, Suzuki LFT-160, Suzuki LFT-250, Suzuki LT4WD, Suzuki King
Quad, Suzuki 500, Polaris Inal Boss, Polaris 300 4x4, Polaris 500 4x4, Artie Cat
454 4x4, Bobcat 50cc, many others Used - Polaris 250, Polaris 4x6 with dump,
Suzuki 250, Honda ATC 70, Suzuki LT-80, Honda Twmstar motorcylces, Yamaha
650 special motorcycle, 1983 1100 Honda GoldWmg-real nice Suzuki JR-50 theft
Artie Cat Lynx, Polaris Storm 800, Artie Cat EXT 580, SkiDoo 583, Polaris Super
Sport, Artie Cat jag, many others Go-Carts all sizes, 3 SHP and SHP single and dou
Cub Cadet 14HP, Cub Cadet 16HP w/blade, Wheel Horse 18HP, Ford Jubilee trac
tor, Freight damaged 17HP, BHP Rear Rider, 10 used push mowers, used trimmers,
used chain saws, Kubota Front Loader & Backhoe, new toy pedal tractors, Lawnßoy
push mowers, new toro trimmers, new SHP log splitters, bar and chain oil in gallons
and cases, hydraulic oil in 5 gallon buckets and 55 gallon drum, torpedo heater
150,000 8.T.U., generator 1850 watt, 3000 watt generator, new and used brush hogs,
post hole drills, real blades, rock rakes, lawn sweepers, lawn rollers, Troy Bilt equip
ment used car hauler, new 16’ car hauler, 4'xB’ trailer, s’xlo’ trailer, new dump carts,
1986 S-10 4x4 Blazer, Tools - 100 piece tool kit, hydraulic jacks, plier set, chain
binders, air impact wrenches, tie downs, work gloves. Many more items too numer
ous to list.
This is a partial list of guns, a.t.v.’s and other equipment. This auction has something
for everyone. Food and refreshments available. TERMS: Via cash only on the day
of sale. NOTE: Financing is available call Pat at 814-328-2904 for prior
approvals. The auction will start promptly please be on time A few items may be sub
ject to bid approval. All items will be subject to prior sale We are not responsible for
any items not removed the day of the auction. For more information call Kelly at
814-328-2904. Templeton-Davis Auctioneers AV000203-L-AV 01110-L
Senior Buck: 1. Lindsey Spigelmyer. 2.
Beth Maben. 3. Ben Brubaker.
Senior Doe: 1. T-Jay Laub. 2. Tara Fike.
Junior Buck; 1. Barbara Wolfley. 2. Kristi
Junior Doe: 1. Lindsey Spigelmyer.
Grand Champion and Reserve Champion
- Salinda Speicher.
Doe and Litter; Grand Champion - Connie
Shaffer. Reserve Champion - Justin Soodo.
Meat Pen; 1. Heidi Shaffer. 2. Connie
Shaffer. 3. Kirtasha Williams.
A.T.V.’S New and
lIPMENT - NEW ANI
KEYS’ Hazen Route 28