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					 MANHEIM AREA
 BUSINESS EXPO
  Please Note
    EXPO is
  Thurs. & Fri.




  FREE ADMISSION
Dates: Thurs., Oct. 11, 2007 12 Noon-8 P.M.
    Fri., Oct. 12, 2007 10 A.M.-4 P.M.
  Location: Manheim Central H/S Gym
               Sponsored by
 Manheim Area Chamber of Commerce
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                            Greetings
   The Manheim Community Farm Show exists to promote agriculture, crafts and competition in
a friendly environment that encourages family values and cooperation. We have chosen to keep
the policy of free admission and free registration for all exhibits. We do not have games of chance
as many fairs do, to provide operating revenues. As you visit the Farm Show, we encourage you to
support the food stands, which are operated by nonprofit organizations in our community. A per-
centage of the food stand profits provide our source of operating revenue. Bring your family and
join us for this great event that brings our community together. Consider what we believe to be
the positive strengths of the Manheim Community Farm Show.

    •    Farm Show creates the opportunity for neighbors to meet neighbors and old friends,
         which is something desperately needed in our society.
    •    Food stands earned over $107,000 profit last year that stayed right here to help our
         community.
    •    It gives the youth opportunity to earn money from their animal projects. Over
         $121,000 was raised last year to help with college, education or provide youth with
         a financial start.
    •    Volunteers have to work together over 5,000 hours during the week, building rela-
         tionships, meeting new people and developing a sense of community.
    •    Thousands of people enjoy seeing agriculture and domestic displays in a whole-
         some atmosphere. The children’s barnyard is a great hit year after year.
                           We are grateful for your past support
                              and invite you to join us for the
                          54th Manheim Community Farm Show.
                                       Marlin Becker
                                        President of
                             The Manheim Community Farm Show

                                           NOTICE
   Each exhibitor must first register and receive his or her Number which will be used on all of
his or her entries throughout the Farm Show.
   Prize winners must collect their money any time after 6 p.m., Friday evening, October 12th and
Saturday, October 13th from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the Farm Show Office off Adele Avenue.
   PLEASE NOTICE – No exhibits can be picked up without duplicated exhibit number stub.
                           FIRST AID STATION AT BUILDING #1
        PLEASE NOTE CAREFULLY THE CHANGES IN EACH DEPARTMENT
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                                        MANHEIM COMMUNITY
                                        FARM SHOW
                                                    PROGRAM
Sunday, October 7
   2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. ONLY —
      Enter Exhibits in Farm Show Building. No commercial exhibits.
   2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. — All models, artwork and woodwork must be entered.
   7:00 p.m. — Gospel Concert, Ryan & Angela Peters & Sunnyside Gospel Bluegrass will be held at
                Salem United Methodist Church
Monday, October 8
   10:00 a.m. — Deadline to enter Exhibits in Farm Show Building (except baked goods)
   12:00 p.m. — All judging Monday afternoon except Livestock & Baked Goods
   2:30 p.m. — Swine Judging
   5:00 p.m. — Rabbit Show
   6:15 p.m. — Baby Parade
   5:30 p.m. — Shepherd's Lead Line for Sheep & Alpaca. Ceremonies to take place
                on the stage at the Farm Show Buildings
   6:45 p.m. — Bluegrass music featuring Nev Jackson & Grace Kensinger on the Stage
   7:00 p.m. — Antique Tractor Demonstration at the Ball Field                                         Woodcar
   7:00 p.m. — Opening Ceremonies & Crowning Farm Show Queen on the stage                                       ving
                                                                                                      Demonst
   7:00-9:00 p.m. — Baked Good Entries Received                                                              rations
   7:00-9:00 p.m. — Obie The Clown                                                                    Tues, We
                                                                                                              d., &
Tuesday, October 9                                                                                       Thurs.
   9:30 a.m. — FFA Greenhand Livestock Judging and County Tractor Driving
   10:00 a.m. — Deadline for Baked Goods
   12:00 p.m. — Baked Goods Judging
   1:00 p.m. — Pigmy Goat Judging
   4:00 p.m. — Beef Judging
   6:00 p.m. — Dairy Beef Judging
   6:15 p.m. — Rain Date for Baby Parade
   6:15 p.m. — Bake Sale
   6:30 p.m. — Registration for Pedal Tractor Pull - (Deadline is 7:00 p.m. for children's classes)
   7:00 p.m. — Children's, Youth, Ladies' and Men's Pedal Tractor Pull
   7:00-9:00 p.m. — Obie The Clown
Wednesday, October 10
   9:00 a.m. — Goat Show
   1:00 p.m. — Sheep Show
   4:00 p.m. — Alpaca Obstacle Demo by 4-H Alpaca Club,
               to be held on ballfield
   7:00 p.m. — Parade                                                                            Manheim
Thursday, October 11                                                                       Community Food Bank
   9:00 a.m. — Dairy Show                                                                  Canned Good Collection
   10:00 a.m. - 8 p.m. — Business Expo At Senior High Gym                                       During Manheim Farm
   4:30 p.m. — Phredd - (Children’s Entertainment) High School Auditorium                            Show Parade
   5:00 p.m. — Champion Showmanship Contest - Animal Arena                                        October 10, 2007
   6:00 p.m. — Remove Window Exhibits                                                     Bring non-perishable items to the
                                                                                           parade route and watch for the
   6:00 p.m. — Registration for Family Fun Night                                           Manheim Food Bank float and
   6:00 p.m. — Live Auction to include Woodcarvings                                                food collectors.
   6:30 p.m. — Family Fun Night                                                          You can also drop off your items at
Friday, October 12                                                                          the Manheim FFA Children’s
   10:00 a.m. - 8 p.m. — Business Expo At Senior High Gym                                        Farm Show Exhibit.
   4:30 p.m. — Steven Courtney Band - High School Auditorium                              Organized by ManheimAg.org
   6:00 p.m. — Premium Money Pick Up at Office                                            Manheim Agriculture Education
                                                                                                     Department
   6:00 p.m. — Dairy Beef Sale                                                                Manheim Young Farmers
   6:30 p.m. — Steven Courtney Band - High School Auditorium                                    Manheim Farm Show
   6:30 p.m. — Goat Sale                                                                            Manheim FFA
   6:45 p.m. — Lamb Sale
   7:00 p.m. — Beef Sale
   7:30 p.m. — Jr. Champion Milk Sale
   7:35 p.m. — Hog Sale
   8:30 p.m. — Remove Exhibits
Saturday, October 13
   8:00 - 11:00 a.m. — Premium Money — Pick Up at Office
All livestock must be moved by 8:00 a.m. Saturday, October 13.
All exhibits in the Farm Show Building must be removed by Monday 6:00 p.m., October 15.
                                           Farm Show office phone #665-7480
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                                                                     OFFICERS
President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marlin Becker - 665-7283
                                                                                                                               1047 Mountain Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
First Vice President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barry Geib - 664-3007
                                                                                                                             2843 N. Chiques Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
Second Vice President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seth Kensinger - 665-4782
                                                                                                                                 1597 Newport Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diane Kensinger - 665-4782
                                                                                                                                 1597 Newport Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
Assistant Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deb Seibert - 738-0480 or 665-2451
                                                                                                                           217 Meadow Valley Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522
Treasurer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Nauman - 664-3247
                                                                                                                               2055 Sanctuary Rd., Manheim, PA 17545

                                                                  DIRECTORS
TERM EXPIRES 2007
Luke Bruckhart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1063 Shelly Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                          665-5198
Elwyn Estabrook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 W. Colebrook St., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                          333-6103
Lowell Landis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 N. Charlotte St., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                          665-7040
Jay Mylin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1592 Old Line Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                          664-2834
Bob Shearer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 806 Anderson Ferry Rd., Mount Joy, PA 17552
                                                                                                                                                          653-5244
Marlin Shellenberger. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 S. Colebrook Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                          664-3093
TERM EXPIRES 2008
Carl Fahnestock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1188 N. Colebrook Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                          664-4356
Earl Geib. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7114 Elizabethtown Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                          664-3710
Dona Moyer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 547 Prospect Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                          665-4354
Glenn Stoltzfus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1906 Airy Hill Rd., Manheim, Pa 17545
                                                                                                                                                          664-3137
Ben Yunginger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5870 Pine St., East Petersburg, PA 17520
                                                                                                                                                          569-3004
Judy Zurin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 725 Newcomer Rd., Mount Joy, PA 17552
                                                                                                                                                          653-0143
TERM EXPIRES 2009
Gary Fahnestock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 443 Hamaker Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                            665-4842
Rhonda Fox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1088 Mount Joy Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                            664-4985
Bart Gill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1937 Old Line Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                443-7017 or 665-2451
Ray Peters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 345 N. Mount Joy St., Elizabethtown, PA 17022
                                                                                                                                                            367-4084
Michelle Wetzel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2075 Alpha Court, Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                            665-4075
Tracy Zimmerman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2512 Shumaker Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                            664-2773
Junior Director
Lynn Sauder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 650 Cool Spring Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                                                                                                            665-7029
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                                        2007 SPECIAL EVENTS
     MONDAY - 5:30 p.m. - Shepherd’s Lead Line for sheep & alpacas on stage at Farm Show
              Buildings.
              6:45 p.m. - Bluegrass music featuring Nev Jackson & Grace Kensinger on stage at
              Farm Show buildings.
     TUESDAY - 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. - The 2007 State Farm Show Sheep-to-Shawl champions will be in
               the Commodity tent. The shawl that the Red Rose Treddling Toes makes will be
               sold at the live auction on Thursday evening.
     WEDNESDAY - Manheim Central has half day No School.
                 4:00 p.m. - Alpaca Obstacle Course Demonstration by 4-H Alpaca Club held
                 on the ballfield.
     THURSDAY - Manheim Central has off school.
                5:00 p.m. - Champion Showmanship Contest - Animal Arena
                6:00 p.m. - Live Auction
     FRIDAY - Manheim Central has off school.
              4:30 & 6:30 p.m. - Steven Courtney Band
                                               NEW CONTEST
                                        Quilt Block Contest - See Page 94 for Details

                              WOOD CARVING COMMITTEE:
                                  Carl Fahnestock, Chairman . . . . . . . . . . . 664-4356
                                  Marlin Shellenberger               Keith Frey
                                  Doug Fahnestock                    Darrin Fahnestock



                                        Masters of the Chainsaw
                                         Demonstrations will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
                                           The carvings will be sold at the auction on Thursday evening.

                                     Every performance a work of art!®
                                    Booking Info...1 (888) CHAINSAW or
                                      www.mastersofthechainsaw.com




                                                                                    Dennis Beach
                                                                                                      2007 Manheim Farm Show Supplement - 5

                                        AG PROMOTIONS
                                Monday - Swine
                                Tuesday - Sheep
                        Wednesday - Beef & Dairy Beef
                           Thursday - Goats & Dairy
               Demonstrations each evening (5-9 p.m. approximately)
                      under the tent along Farm Show Lane
                       GENERAL FAIR COMMITTEE
BOOKLET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karen Dull (665-4167)
DEPARTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marlin Becker (665-7283)
FOOD STANDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luke Bruckhart (665-5198)
COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marlin Shellenberger (664-3093)
                                                                                                           Jim Gibble (203-2247) Daytime
FARM SHOW PARADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tracy Zimmerman (664-2773)
BABY PARADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lisa Kowalski (664-4885)
RIDES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Luke Bruckhart (665-5198)
FARM SHOW FRENCH FRY STAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mr. & Mrs. Earl Moyer (665-4354)
LIVESTOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marlin Becker (665-7283)


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        PHILLIPS FORD
                       665-3551
           Toll Free 1-877-597-3551
                  ROUTE 72, MANHEIM
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           Toll Free 1-877-603-2473
                  ROUTE 72, MANHEIM

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                       367-6644
           Toll Free 1-877-924-6644                                        220 EBY CHIQUES ROAD
           ROUTE 230, ELIZABETHTOWN
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                       361-7776                                            Phone: (717) 653-8061
           Toll Free 1-877-924-6644
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   ON THE WEB www.hondruauto.com                                                                                                      S483038
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                                               CCRACKEN’S
                                                FEED MILL, INC.

                       “Custom Tailored Feeds
                          for Every Need”
                                        (SERVICE OUR SPECIALTY)

           Dairy — Swine — Steer — Horse
                             “Pet Supplies of All Kinds”
                                          Store Locations
       Manheim                                Mountville    Elizabethtown
       665-2186                               285-7716        361-8300

                                 Serving the Community
                                       Since 1946
                                         64 New Charlotte St.
                                         Manheim, PA 17545
                           Phone: 665-2186                                  S482134
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                                                             Integrative Wellness ★ Natural Food Store
                                                                       Nutritional Counseling

                                                                  Family Chiropractic
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                                                                                       coupon

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                                                                             1500 OFF
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                                                                                 Limit 1 Per Customer

      665-5555                                                                 Not Valid w/Other Offers
                                                                     Health By Choice (717) 665-6871
 MASTER PLBG. LIC. NO. 189                                         15 Market Square, Manheim, PA 17545
                                                   S497113                     www.healthbychoice.net                   S497674




                       2007 Manheim FFA Show Team
                        The Manheim FFA Show Team was created in 2004 for our Manheim FFA members
                               with livestock Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE) projects.

                      Our Manheim FFA youth develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth
                                      and career success through agriculture education.

                           We will continue our ten year tradition of thanking our Manheim Farm Show
                                           livestock buyers with a gift of appreciation.
 Market Beef                   Dairy Beef                      Market Hogs                     Market Lambs
 Jevin Kready                  Hillary Snavely                 Joelynn Donough                 Adam Zurin
 Joel Geib                     Ashley Shearer                  Ashley Shearer                  Johanna Rohrer
 Loni Fox                      Amber Kiser                     Joel Geib                       Katlyn Spayd
 Seth Kirby                                                                                    Jana Martin
                               Carolyn Kensinger               Derek Hanna
 Austin Hurst                                                                                  Ben Lapp
                               Austin Hurst                    Loni Fox                        Shane Raffensperger
 Courtney Livengood
                               Derek Hanna                     Johanna Rohrer
 Melinda Frey
                               Evan Eshelman                   Carolyn Kensinger               Market Goats
 Breeding Beef                 Derek Deitz                     Jevin Kready                    Amber Kiser
                               Austin Hurst                    Austin Hurst                    Carolyn Kensinger
 Jevin Kready
                                                               Darin Forry                     Katlyn Spayd
 Justin Martin
                                                                                               Joel Geib
 Courtney Livengood            Dairy Cattle                    Seth Kirby
                                                                                               Hillary Snavely
 Ashley Shearer                Amber Kiser                     Adam Zurin
 Joelynn Donough               Larissa Kulp                    Justin Martin                   Breeding Goats
 Adam Zurin                    Angela Swenson                  Loni Fox                        Carolyn Kensinger
                                                                                               Amber Kiser
                                  “This ad paid for by the Manheim FFA Show Team”                                      S497675
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                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS
Greetings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1     DEPARTMENT 13
Fair Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2          Vegetables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70, 71, 72
Officers and Directors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3            DEPARTMENT 14
2007 Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4            Fruit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
General Fair Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5                Edible Nuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Chairmen of Departments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9                 DEPARTMENT 15 — HOME & DAIRY PRODUCTS
Children’s Farm Show Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
                                                                                      Baked Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75, 76, 77
Manheim Agriculture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Manheim Farm Show Grounds Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14                            Canned or Dried Products . . . . . . . . . . . . 77, 78, 79
Golf Tournament/Benefit Auction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15                   DEPARTMENT 17 — FLORAL EXHIBITS
Good Housekeeping Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                     House Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
2006 Sale Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16             Specimen Flowers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80, 81
Parking Information and Food Stands . . . . . . . . . . . . 17                        Artistic Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Livestock Sale and Buyers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19                  Children’s Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Bake Sale Buyers 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21                Youth Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Commercial Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22                Landscape Design Competition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
General Rules and Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25                  DEPARTMENT 18 — NEEDLEWORK, DOMESTIC &
Livestock Management Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28                       FINE ARTS
Showman of Showman Competition . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31                          Clothing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
DEPARTMENT 2
                                                                                      Fancywork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86, 87
  Dairy Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
DEPARTMENT 6                                                                          Needlework . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87, 88, 89, 91
  Breeding Goats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35               Children’s and Youth Divisions . . . . . . . . . .91, 92, 93
  Market Goats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35             Rugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
  Pygmy Goats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40            DEPARTMENT 19 — ART, PHOTOGRAPHY, CRAFTS
DEPARTMENT 9                                                                          Kindergarten-Adults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 99
  General Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44                 Woodwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
  Rabbits, Guinea Pigs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45                 Model Exhibit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
DEPARTMENT 10                                                                       DEPARTMENT 22 — MAJOR CONTESTS
  Section A-3, Beef Cattle . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48, 49, 51                       Farm Show Parade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
  Section A-4, Sheep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54, 55                 Farm Show Parade Prizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
  Sheep Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56                 Baby Parade and Entry Form . . . . . . . . . . . 106, 107
  Section A-5, Swine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
                                                                                      Miscellaneous Contests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
  Section A-6, Breeding Goats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
  Section A-20, Window Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65                        Farm Show Queen Entry Information . . . . . 110, 111
  Section A-22, Tractor Driving Contest . . . . . . . . . 67                          Farm Show Junior Queen Entry Information .114, 115
  Section A-6, FFA Greenhand Livestock Judging . . 67                                 Farm Show Princess Entry Information . . . .114, 115
COLORING CONTEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60, 61                       DEPARTMENT 23 — APIARY PRODUCTS . . . . 119
DEPARTMENT 12                                                                       DEPARTMENT 24 —
  Grains & Seed Crops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68, 69                   ANTIQUE FARM EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119



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                    CHAIRMEN OF DEPARTMENTS
      ALL EXHIBITS WILL BE IN BUILDINGS OFF ADELE AVENUE
ANTIQUE FARM EQUIPMENT                                                     GOATS
  Geff Stoner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-4647          Seth & Diane Kensinger . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-4782
FINE ARTS (Youth & Adult)                                                    Pygmy Goats - Cristal Fellenbaum . . .Phone 892-3702
  Jim & Cindy Barrett . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 898-8501              MODELS
BABY PARADE                                                                  Paul Shaffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 664-4651
  Lisa Kowalski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 664-4885          RABBITS & GUINEA PIGS
BAKED GOODS                                                                  Cindy Brackbill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 664-2979
  Lorraine Wenzel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-5619
                                                                           SCHOOL TOURS
BEEF
  Randy Fox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 664-4985          Deb Seibert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-3065
  Holstein Feeder Calf - Judy Zurin . . .Phone 653-0143                    SWINE (Co-chairpersons)
CANNED GOODS                                                                 Barry Haldeman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-5513
  Georgia Shenk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-2392            Barry Geib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 664-3007
DAIRY                                                                      SHEEP
  Gene & Michelle Wetzel . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-4075                   Beth Rohrer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 898-2748
FANCYWORK                                                                    Ray Peters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 367-4084
  Denise Hess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-7295        TRACTOR DRIVING
FARM CROPS                                                                   Bart Gill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-3065
  Lloyd Esbenshade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-5478
                                                                           VEGETABLES
FARM SHOW QUEEN
  Michelle Wetzel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-4075            Rose Salada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-3233
FLOWERS                                                                    WINDOW EXHIBITS
  Mr. & Mrs. Albert Fry . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 653-4845                Deb Seibert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-3065
FRUITS AND NUTS                                                            WOODWORK
  Mr. & Mrs. Carl Fahnestock . . . . . . .Phone 664-4356                     Shawn Haldeman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phone 665-7195



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                                                                                          Manheim, PA 17545
            Proudly serving the farming                                                        No Sunday Calls
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              community since 1966.
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            PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATES OF MANHEIM
                                         WWW.PTOFMANHEIM.COM

              THE MOST EXPERIENCED THERAPY TEAM IN TOWN!
                                                                107 West End Drive
                                                                Manheim, PA 17545
                                                              Phone: (717)664-4980
                                                                 Fax: (717)664-4981
                                     Maureen M. Halat, LPT, OCS
                                          Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedics
                                     Maureen A. Rudy, LPT
                                     Michael J. Tempalski, MPT
                                     MCHS Athletic Trainer Suzanne M. Bologa, MS, ATC   S496354




      J. L. HOLLINGER & SONS, INC.
                              NEW & USED CONSTRUCTION, FARM
                                LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT

                           1617 LEBANON RD., MANHEIM, PA 17545
                             (717) 664-2444 FAX (717) 664-2835
                                                                                                  S482125
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    MANHEIM FFA CHILDREN'S FARM SHOW
                               (Located In The Dairy Barn)
                                     OPEN DAILY
                               Monday Noon - 9:00 p.m.
                          Tuesday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
                              No reservations are required
      The purpose of the Children’s Farm Show is to teach the public about the production of
                     food and fiber and our daily interaction with agriculture.
                        This Year's Display Will Feature:
                    Educational Areas
                    ✧ Aquaculture
                    ✧ Ag Fact Poster
                    ✧ Farm Show Scavenger Hunt
                    ✧ Children’s Coloring Books
                    ✧ Teacher/Parent Resource Packet
                    ✧ Corn Grain Box
                    ✧ Animal Face Cutouts
                    Displays
                    ✧ MC Elementary School Exhibits (In Crops Building)
                    ✧ Farm and Home Safety Display
                    Animal Exhibits
                    ✧ Sow and Litter
                    ✧ Animal Nursery
                    ✧ Breeds of Dairy Cattle
                    ✧ Chicks
                    ✧ Horse
                    Special Nightly Events
                    ✧ Manheim Farm Show Balloons (Wednesday)


      If you have any questions about the Children's Farm Show please contact
 Deb Seibert at the MCHS Ag-Ed Dept. at 665-3065 or seibertd@manheimcentral.org
                               www.manheimAg.org
The Manheim FFA members would like to thank everyone who donates materials for the
     Children's Farm Show display and to all who contribute at the Gospel Sing.


            FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of
              students by developing their potential for
           premier leadership, personal growth and career
               success through agricultural education.
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                                                              www.ManheimAg.org
                                                MANHEIM AGRICULTURE
                                               - A rich heritage with a promising future -




                          Manheim Central                                                Manheim Young Farmers
                   Agriculture Education Program                                              Established 1959
   Providing academic and vocational agriculture leadership for             The mission of the Young Farmers is to educate and
   Manheim Central K-12 students and teachers.                               promote environmentally appropriate production,
   • High school agriculture elective program with agriculture               marketing and processing of food, feed and fiber.
     pathways in Plant Science, Animal Science, Natural Resources
     and Ag Mechanics                                                     The Manheim Young Farmer’s organization, in cooperation
   • All Ag-Ed students conduct a Supervised Agriculture Experience         with the Manheim Central School District, is the largest
     Project outside of class time.                                           membership chapter in the United States. This adult
   • Elementary Ag In The Classroom                                       agriculture education group represents over 200 producers,
   • 4th Grade Wetlands & Watershed Day                                     their families, agribusinessmen and community leaders.




                                          Manheim FFA
                                           Established 1938                          Manheim Community Farm Show
                                                                                               Established 1953
                                                                           The Manheim Farm Show exists to promote agriculture,
        FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students            crafts and competition in a friendly environment that
                 by developing their potential for:                               encourages family values and cooperation.
                         PREMIER LEADERSHIP
                          PERSONAL GROWTH                                 The Manheim FFA Children’s Farm Show provides hands-on
                            CAREER SUCCESS                                  agricultural experience for over 2,000 school children.
           Over 100 Manheim Central students are developing                                  Manheim Farm Show
     their leadership skills and preparing for a career in agriculture.   Manheim Farm Show • October 8-12, 2007




                    PHONE (717) 653-2652


                          THE COUNTRY STORE
                          • Produce • Frozen Foods • Natural Foods
                            • Bulk Foods • Cheese • Lunch Meats
                                        • Country Gifts
                           OPEN MON., TUES., WED. 8:30 A.M.-5 P.M.
                                THURS., FRI. 8:30 A.M.-7 P.M.,
                                SAT. 8:30 A.M.-1 P.M.
                           JAMES & LILLIAN ZIMMERMAN, PROP.

                  3140 MOUNT JOY RD. MOUNT JOY, PA 17552
                                                                                                                          S484034
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      Livestock Junior
     Committee Members                                                       EXPLORE FREEDOM.
                                                                               MOTORCLOTHES® • PARTS & ACCESSORIES
   Beef: Jevin Kready
                                                                                    FACTORY-TRAINED TECHNICIANS
           Hogs: Joel Geib
                           Goats:
                               Brad Hess
                                Dairy Cattle:
                                       Amber Kiser
                                          Pygmy Goat:
                                                 Melissa Fellenbaum



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Jay Shelley-Owner
Manheim, PA 17545
                                                                               3091 LEBANON RD., MANHEIM, PA 17545
Phone/Fax: (717) 664-4867 or                                                  (ONE BLOCK NORTH OF THE PA TURNPIKE)
1-800-SHELLEY                                                                      (717) 664-0888 • FAX: (717) 664-0506
                                                                                                                                          LEBANON
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   Help Support the Manheim Community Farm Show
   by sponsoring Park Benches which are used during
   farm show week. Bench
   sponsorship is only $150
   per bench which
   includes engraving.
   For details contact:
   Carl Fahnestock - 664-4356
   Jim Gibble 664-0837




    Next Year’s Farm Show - October 6-10, 2008
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                         5th Annual Benefit Auction
                   Thursday, October 11, 2007 at 6:00 PM
This year’s live auction will benefit the facilities and activities of the Manheim Community Farm Show. Items will be
on display inside building #1 during the week. This year will again feature Dennis Beach’s chain saw wood
carvings, dated Farm Show crockery, advertising pieces, farm toys, artwork, crafts, and much more. Individuals and
businesses who are interested in contributing to the sale, please contact Elizabeth Wildt (717) 368-6315. We
encourage businesses to contribute items that represent their company, or financial contributions to support the wood-
carver (whose carvings contributed to over $7,500 in 2006’s auction).
Please Support Our Manheim Farm Show Benefit Auction CONTRIBUTORS and BUYERS!!
                     We would especially like to thank our supporters who
                        contributed to the success of the 2006 auction:
    Top Buyer: Jay W. Gainer Family              Businesses/Individuals who donated items,      Diana Mancini Massage
    Runner Up: Basket Warehouse & Gem Garden     time or money for 2006:                        Mountainside Excavators
    Gold Buyers:                                 Anonymous Friends                              The Roadcap Family
    Edward L. Albright                           Basket Warehouse                               Rohrer’s Quarry
    Luke Bruckhart                               Binkley & Hurst - Outback Toys                 Root’s Nurseries
    John M. Carl, Jr. - Auctioneer               Blue Ridge Communications                      Ruhl’s UM Church
    Echoes from the Past                         Bucher’s Painting & Property Maintenance       Sauder Chevrolet
    Gary D. Fahnestock                           The Country Store                              Sovereign Bank
    LTC John R. Fasching                         Rep. Thomas C. Creighton                       T&D Excavating, Inc.
    Paul & Elaine Gantz                          Devine Consign                                 Mike Wise (artist/teacher)
    Joseph Gochenauer                            Charlene Fahnestock (Longaberger Consultant)   Wood-Carver Supporters:
    Kevin Groff                                  Fisher’s Taxidermy                             Brubaker, Inc. (Cooling/Heating)
    Neil R. Kinsey                               Health by Choice-Weavers Foods                 JH Brubaker, Inc. (Lumber)
    Jay Kready                                   Heisey’s Jewelry Store                         Dave’s Lawn & Garden
    Eric Laughman                                John M. Hess Auction Service                   Earl & Charlene Fahnestock
    B.E. Martin LLC                              Horton Chiropractic                            LP Lumber & Sawmill Services
    Ronald & Christine Rohrer                    Kountry Kitchen                                Longenecker’s True Value
    Sporting Hill Concrete                       Landis Wash & Lube                             Red Rose Plumbing
                                                                                                Ruhl Insurance



                              Manheim Community Farm Show
                  9th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament
                                               The tournament will be held

                                                   July 2008
                                at Par     Line Golf Course near Elizabethtown
    Type of play will be scramble and the tournament will start at 12:00 noon. The tournament will be
 limited to the first 36 foursomes on a first-come basis, so get your foursomes together and enter early.
   If you wish to be a “Corporate Sponsor”, an “Advertising Sponsor” or to sign up a foursome to play,
                                       CALL Earl Geib 664-3710

    Eagle Boosters                              Hole Sponsors                                   Longenecker’s Hardware
    Detweiler, Hershey & Associates, CPA        Bank of Lancaster County                        Manheim Auto Auction
    Longenecker’s Hatchery                      Darrenkamp’s Markets                            Manheim Young Farmers
                                                Dutch Valley Foods                              Monsanto
    Speedwell Construction                                                                      Par Line Golf Course
                                                Elstonville Sportsmen Association
    Birdie Boosters                             The Hess Agency                                 Pioneer Hybrid International, Inc.
    Dutch Valley Foods                          John Hess Auction Service                       Rick Hershey-Brownstone Realty
                                                Hoober Feeds                                    Swiss Premium
                                                Kreider Dairy Farms & Restaurant                Union National Bank
                                                                                                                                       S493976




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                              GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AWARDS
                                                  SPONSORS FOR 2006
                                             Dairy — In Memory of Park Myers
                                     Sheep — Curt & Joyce Diffenderfer — Manheim, PA
                                Steers — John M. Hess Auction Service, Inc. — Manheim, PA
                                      Swine — Leon & Ethel Sensenig — Mount Joy, PA
                               Dairy Beef — June Zurin in memory of Ken Zurin, Mount Joy, PA
                                       Goats — Haldeman Mechanical — Manheim, PA
                                               2006 SALE REPORT
       GRAND CHAMPION GOAT                             RESERVE CHAMPION GOAT                 GRAND CHAMPION MARKET SWINE
          Shown By: Michael Landis                        Shown By: Emily Kreider                     Shown By: Johanna Rohrer
      Sold To:Haldeman Mechanical Inc.                  Sold To: Laughman Industries               Sold To: Manheim Auto Auction
        Purchase Price: $4.00 Per Lb.                    Purchase Price: $3.75 Per Lb.              Purchase Price: $3.50 Per Lb.
 RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET SWINE                      GRAND CHAMPION MARKET LAMB               RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET LAMB
           Shown By: Darin Forry                       Shown By: Brenden Wolgemuth                     Shown By: Adam Zurin
  Sold To: Sensenig Feed Mill & Tom Sharp                    Sold To: Fulton Bank                       Sold To: Darrenkamp’s
        Purchase Price: $2.50 Per Lb.                    Purchase Price: $4.75 Per Lb.               Purchase Price $4.50 Per Lb.
                                                      RESERVE CHAMPION STEER                   GRAND CHAMPION DAIRY BEEF
       GRAND CHAMPION STEER                                 Shown By: Adam Zurin                    Shown By: Carolyn Kensinger
           Shown By: Elisha Engle                     Sold To: Hoss’s Steak & Sea House          Sold To: McCracken’s Feed Mill Inc.
       Sold To: J.L. Hollinger & Sons Inc.               Purchase Price: $1.75 Per Lb.              Purchase Price: $1.75 Per Lb.
        Purchase Price: $3.25 Per Lb.                CHAMPION YOUTH DAIRY COW                    RESERVE YOUTH DAIRY COW
   RESERVE CHAMPION DAIRY BEEF                               1 GALLON MILK                               1 GALLON MILK
         Shown By: Lane Findley                          Shown By: Laura Holtzinger                 Shown By: Candice Brubaker
      Sold To: Countryside Auto Sales                        Sold To: Fulton Bank             Sold To: Lira Gold Animal Health Products
       Purchase Price: $1.30 Per Lb.                       Purchase Price: $400.00                     Purchase Price: $500.00
                            A special thank you to all the livestock buyers who made the sale a huge success.

                      The Manheim Community Farm Show Premium Book is printed and distributed by
                                                 Engle Publishing Company
                                        1425 W. Main Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552 - 717-492-2530
                                                         www.engleonline.com




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   9-8 MON. THRU FRI.                                                                              Owner
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             Manheim Farm Show
                  Parking
   Because of limited parking at the Farm Show Complex, we encourage all visitors
   to park at the Brethren in Christ Church on North Penryn Road. Hershey Avenue
       will be closed for public parking after 4 p.m. each night of the Farm Show.




                         2006 FOOD STANDS
       Group:                                               What They Sell:
       Baron Stiegel Lions Club                             Turkey Barbecue
       Boy Scouts                                           Nachos with Cheese
       Chiques Youth Group                                  Hamburgers and Hot Dogs
       Dove Christian Fellowship                            North Carolina Burgers
       East Fairview Church                                 Roast Beef Sandwiches
       East Petersburg Lions Club                           Hamburgers and Hot Dogs
       Lancaster County Livestock Clubs                     Sausage Sandwiches & Ham Loaf Sandwiches
       Manheim Brethren in Christ Church                    Milk Shakes
       Manheim Central Rec Committee                        Soft Pretzels
       Manheim Central Republican Committee                 Apple Dumplings
       Manheim Christian Day School                         Grilled Chicken Salad and Baked Potatoes
       Manheim Farm Show                                    French Fries
       Manheim FFA                                          Pizza
       Manheim Grace Brethren Church                        Grilled Chicken Sandwiches
       Manheim Lions Club                                   Ham & Cheese Sandwiches
       Manheim Rotary Club                                  Funnel Cakes
       Manheim Sertoma Club                                 Fish Sandwiches
       Manheim Sportsman Club                               Steak Sandwiches
       Ruhl’s United Methodist Youth Group                  Subs
       Salem United Methodist Youth Group                   Chicken Corn Soup
       St. Richard’s Catholic Church                        Meatball Sandwiches
       The Edge                                             Italian Ice
       Women’s Club of Manheim                              Brownie Sundaes




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           Meeting Your Needs for Three Generations



                 HALDEMAN
                  MECHANICAL
                   INC.                          Since 1939

              PLUMBING ~ HEATING ~ COOLING
                  WATER CONDITIONING

                            SALES AND 24-HOUR SERVICE

                                1148 Old Line Road, Manheim
                                   Phone: (717) 665-6910
                               info@haldemanmechanical.com
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                  MANHEIM FARM SHOW
                 YOUTH LIVESTOCK SALE
                     Friday, October 12
           BUYER APPRECIATION DINNER 4-5:45 P.M.
                               Dairy Beef — 6:00 P.M.
                                  Goat — 6:30 P.M.
                                 Lambs — 6:45 P.M.
                                  Beef — 7:00 P.M.
                         Jr. Champion Milk Sale — 7:30 P.M.
                                 Swine — 7:35 P.M.
   Youth sale animals have been raised and cared for by the FFA and 4-H members as learning experience
projects. The animals represent an effort undertaken by the members to learn about the livestock industry and
farm management skills. The support of buyers makes it possible for the members to continue their projects in
the future and become more proficient in raising livestock.
   Any company wishing to buy an animal but not keep the animal may sell it back to a designated buyer at
market price. See auctioneers for more information.
   Any buyer who purchases an animal will receive a special token of appreciation.
   The youth would like to thank the following buyers for supporting the sale. The youth would also like to
thank the auctioneers for donating their time to the sale of the animals.

                          2006 MANHEIM FARM SHOW
                              LIVESTOCK BUYERS
J.G. Baker Excavating, Inc.          Dale Herr Hoof Trimming               Oakmont Enterprises
Bank Of Lancaster County             Jay Hershey                           Penway Construction
Bartsch Berries                      John M. Hess Auction Service          Phillips Ford
Christian Becker                     J.L. Hollinger & Sons, Inc.           Powell Transport
Binkley & Hurst Bros., Inc.          Hoss’s Steak & Sea House              Quality Design & Drafting
Bomberger’s Store                    John B. Huber Trucking                Rohrer’s Construction
Jay Brackbill                        John’s Quality Lawn Service           Rohrer’s Quarry
Brooklawn Paving                     Keystone Custom Harvesting            Ruby Sewing Etc.
Brookside Builders                   Kinsey’s Outdoor
Ray D. Burkholder                    Kirby Agri                            Ruhl Insurance Inc.
Marlin Cassel                        Kreider Farms                         Sauder Chevrolet
Country Home Catering                B.R. Kreider & Sons                   Leon & Ethel Sensenig Hauling
Country View Family Farm             Lahr Mechanical                       Sensenig’s Feed Mill
Countryside Auto Sales               Laughman Industries                   Tom Sharp
Darrenkamp’s                         Lancaster Tractor & Equipment Inc.    Shingleling Brothers
Deer Country Farm & Lawn, Inc.       Landisview Farm Market                John Stauffer, Auctioneer
Eastland Alpacas                     Leidy’s Meats                         Stiegel Construction
Encore Financial                     Lira Gold Animal Health Products      Suburban Energy Services
Elwyn Estabrook                      M&R Grains Inc.                       Susquehanna Bank
Featherwood Farms                    Manheim Auto Auction                  The Country Store
Five Star International              Manheim Car Wash                      The Furniture Doctor
Fulton Bank                          Manheim Chrysler/Plymouth             Union National Bank
G&G Feed & Supply                    B.E. Martin LLC                       Utility Keystone Trailer Sales, Inc.
Gene Gehman Trucking                 Earl Martin Trucking                  Warihay Enterprises
Brian Geib                           Mary Jane’s Bake Shop                 Weaver Insurance Agency
Clarence Geib                        Master Carcare Inc.
Earl & Sandy Geib                    McCracken’s Feed Mill, Inc.           Wengers Feed Mill
Good’s Livestock Inc.                Marlin Mummau                         White Oak Mills
Green Valley Farm                    Murray Insurance                      R.L. Wile Plumbing Contractor
Harold Groff                         R.F. Nauman, Inc.                     Witman Auctioneers
Haldeman Mechanical, Inc.            New Holland Sales Stables             Witmer Automotive
Hatfield Quality Meats               New York Life                         Wolgemuth Auction Service
Mrs. Walter Heistand                 M.F. Newswanger & Son                 Zurin Masonry
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                                                                           BARRY & SANDY SHELLY
                                                                              2234 Hilltop Rd.
               Store Hours:
                                                                             Manheim, PA 17545
      Tuesday & Friday 9 A.M. - 5 P.M.
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                                    COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS
                                          RULES AND REGULATIONS
A. Any individual, firm, businessman, company or corporation has the privilege to exhibit their goods or
   products in the commercial section of the Farm Show providing they abide by the following rules and
   regulations:
   1. The exhibit must be educational.
   2. No concessionaires or gambling will be permitted.
   3. All merchandise or goods that have been placed on display shall not be removed at any time during
      the fair, without permission of the committee.
   4. No noise nuisances will be permitted during the exhibition.
   5. The exhibitor is liable for any loss or damage of his own property.
   6. There shall be no fraud or misrepresentation of the products or goods during the exhibition.
   7. Exhibitors shall arrange their displays so that they will not interfere with other exhibits.
   8. All machines with moving parts and cutting edges to be guarded by the exhibitor at all times.
B. Booth and Time
   1. The booths in the building will be 10' x 10'.
   2. Exhibits may be placed on display beginning Friday, October 5, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, October 6,
      8 a.m.-1 p.m. or Monday, October 8, 7 a.m.-noon. The exhibits must be removed Saturday,
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                  GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS
• Each exhibitor must first register and receive his or her number which will be used on all of his or her
  entries throughout the Farm Show.
• Prize winners must collect their money any time after 6:00 p.m. Friday evening, in the Farm Show Building,
  or Saturday a.m. between 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
• Exhibits must remain in place until closing time or exhibitor will not be permitted to show in next year's
  show.
 1. All exhibitors are entered free unless otherwise specified under each department.
 2. Each exhibitor shall have grown or produced the article exhibited, unless otherwise specified.
 3. Each exhibitor should give the class, variety and name of their exhibits to the committee in charge upon
    entering the article.
 4. An exhibitor will not receive more than one premium, in any particular class, or subdivision of a class.
 5. Each exhibitor will take his exhibit directly to the department after obtaining entry number.
 6. An exhibit entered in one class cannot compete in another class, unless otherwise specified. No exhibitor
    may compete with himself in any class or subdivision of a class.
 7. No discriminating marking shall be left on any article exhibited in competition until after judging.
    Exhibit cards will be furnished.
 8. All livestock entries close at the time specified in each department. Livestock entries to be made in
    writing. Address all entries to Department Chairman unless otherwise specified.
 9. All exhibits will be entered on Sunday, from 2:00-5:00 p.m., and Monday from 7:00-10:00 a.m. except
    the following Departments:
           Art, models and woodwork entered Sunday 2:00-5:00 p.m. only.
           Baked Goods — Monday, 7:00-9:00 p.m., Tuesday from 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
10. Ribbon premium will be given on those articles exhibited that are not classified in the premium list —
    subject to the decision of the judges.
11. When there is no competition in a class or subdivision of a class the exhibitor shall receive ribbon
    merited, and prize money as listed in the premium list. The judges may withhold any premium for a lack
    of merit or may award second, third, fourth or fifth premium only if deemed best.
12. Ribbons will be awarded on all placings as called for in the premium list, provided the exhibit merits a
    placing.
13. An article on display cannot be removed before 8:30 p.m. Friday. Exhibits in the Farm Show Building
    may be removed 8:00 a.m. to Noon, Saturday or Monday, 8:00 a.m. to Noon & 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    NO SUNDAY PICKUP.
14. All exhibits not called for by 6:00 p.m. Monday, after the Show, will become property of the Fair, and
    will be disposed of.
15. Label all baskets, bags, crates, etc. that will be left at the Fair for the return of the desired products.
16. The management will take every precaution in its power for the safe preservation of stock and articles on
    exhibition after their arrival and arrangement upon the grounds, but will not be responsible for any loss,
    damage or accident that may occur. Any persons detected purloining or injuring them will be dealt with
    according to the law.
17. Competition in the various departments is open to exhibits as specified under the general rules and
    regulations and the special rules given under each department.
18. No concessionaires or gambling will be permitted at the exhibition of the M.C.F.S. No person, firm or
    corporation shall sell, solicit sales of, offer for sale or otherwise dispose of stock or securities of any
    corporation, concern or organization of any name or character, during the exhibition.
19. All refreshment rights are reserved for civic or community groups.
20. Committee chairman may refuse any entries not worthy of exhibition. Decision of Committee chairman
    is final.
21. No one is permitted to spend the night on the Farm Show Grounds.
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                 MANHEIM FARM SHOW
          LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES
  I.    GENERAL
        All decisions on rules will be made by the livestock committee and the decisions will be final.
        Please see Livestock Chart for summary of all dates and entry information.
        Please see animal department for guidelines specific to each species.
        All exhibitors must be present when animals are shown and sold unless prior permission is granted.

II.     EXHIBITOR ELIGIBILITY
        Youth exhibitors must maintain an approved 4-H/FFA project book.
            BREEDING:
            Sheep, Goats and Pygmy Goats
            Open to youth who are members of any Lancaster County 4-H livestock club or FFA Chapter.
            Dairy
            Entries are limited to exhibitors from Lancaster and Lebanon counties, with priorities given to Lancaster youth
            exhibitors and filling the remaining openings first from Lancaster and then Lebanon open exhibitors.

             SALE ANIMALS and ALL BEEF CATTLE:
             Any youth who is a member of a Lancaster County 4-H club or Lancaster County FFA chapter and resides or
             attends school in Manheim Central, Donegal, Hempfield, Elizabethtown, Manheim Township, Warwick is eligi-
             ble to compete. Youth exhibitors must maintain an approved 4-H/FFA project book.
             A three (3) percent deduction will be made on all selling exhibits. This deduction will be used for advertising,
             equipment and buyer appreciations.

III.    LIVESTOCK HEALTH INFORMATION
        (AS OF PRINTING TIME, THESE ARE THE RULES FROM PDA. THEY ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
        All animals must be free of infectious and contagious diseases and a statement of this printed on the CVI (Certificate
        of Veterinary Inspection which requires a veterinarian’s signature) is required on the Certificate of Veterinary
        Inspection. Animals appearing unhealthy upon arrival may not enter the exhibition grounds. Animals showing sign of
        illness during the Farm Show will be dealt with on an individual basis in accordance with the Show Ring Code of
        Ethics.
        All animals must bear unique permanent indentification and/or official ear tag.

        All drug and vaccine label directions must be followed, including but not limited to milk and slaughter withdrawal
        periods, and the final dose of vaccine must be administered at least 15 days prior to entry into the exhibition.

        An Animal Owner of Caretaker’s Verification of Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship form must accompany
        every species of animal exhibited, and must be presented upon arrival at all exhibitions in Pennsylvania.

        All Certification of Veterinary Inspection papers (health papers) shall be dated March 1st or after.

             Sheep and Goats ALL sheep and goats must bear an official USDA/APHIS scrapie ear tag to be exhibited at the
             Farm Show. Goats having a registration tattoo and a scrapie premise ID with a registration certificate are exempt
             from this requirement. Sheep from flocks on the Voluntary Scrapie Program must bear the official ear tag, tattoo,
             or
             electronic ear implant.
             Sheep: A statement that the flock of origin was inspected and found free from symptoms of infectious or conta-
             gious disease and has had no known exposure to or history of scrapie must be documented on the Certificate of
             Veterinary Inspection (health papers).
             Cattle Vaccinations against the following diseases are required: IBR and P13, Individual official animal identifica-
             tion is recommended. Official ID includes a USDA issued metal ear tag or a Radio Frequency Identification tag.
             FFA or 4H leaders will ear tag all animals.

             Dairy Vaccinations against IBR and P13 are required and a vaccination for BVD within the past 12 months is
             required.
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     Swine Individual animal ID is required in the form of an ear tag. A Certificate of Veterinary Inspection issued within
     the last 30 days prior to the opening date of the exhibition must be presented to unload.

IV. ENTERING PROCEDURE
    All livestock entries must be mailed to committee chairperson by time indicated on entry form found in each animal
    department. Entries must be postmarked by September 10th.
    • NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
    • New exhibitors should register for a number at the Farm Show office prior to entering their livestock. Office opens
      at 2:00 p.m. Sunday. If you have an exhibitor number from past years you do not need to stop at the office
      UNLESS your address, name or phone number have changed.
    • Please refer to Livestock Exhibition Information Chart for specific times species can be entered.
    • Two parking passes per family will be distributed at check in time.
    • All exhibitors will be directed to enter the Farm Show grounds via Farm Show Lane Sunday evening. One vehicle
      at a time will stop at the Commodity Tent. Exhibitors should have the following forms ready to hand in upon
      arrival at the Farm Show:
        1. Swine PQA certificates - swine exhibitors only.
        2. Health Paper - Certificate of Veterinary Insepction (signed by the veterinarian).
        3. Veterinary Client Relationship Form - Exhibitor will need a separate form for every species entered. This form
           does not require a veterinarian signature. All animals must be listed by their ID number.
        4. Show Ring Code of Ethics form - Parents and exhibitors need to read and sign this form.
           (Ethics and VCR form will be mailed to exhibitor’s upon receiving entry forms.)

 V. LIVESTOCK GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
    Each species will have a sponsor for their respective Good Housekeeping Award. The Good Housekeeping award will
    be announced at the beginning of each species at the Youth Livestock Sale.
    All equipment, feed and show boxes must be kept in designated areas.
    Purpose of Good Housekeeping Award
    • Keep animal areas clean and safe.
    • Educate the public about the livestock being exhibited.
    • Promote the agriculture and livestock industry.
      Award Selection Criteria
        • Cleanliness of animals and animal preparation area.
        • Cleanliness of bedding and aisles
        • Exhibitor cards and awards displayed with animal(s) all week
        • Feeder(s) kept clean and feed properly stored
        • Water kept fresh and clean
        • Equipment kept neat and in tack box when not in use
        • Promotion of livestock industry to the public
        • Promotion of 4-H and FFA organizations
        • Consideration to fellow exhibitors

VI. FARM SHOW GROUNDS
    The management will take every precaution in its power for the safe preservation of stock and articles on exhibition
    after their arrival on the grounds. However, management will not be held responsible for any damage or accidents that
    may occur during the week.

     Any person(s) found stealing, damaging or injuring exhibits will be dealt with according to the law.

     Each exhibitor will be solely responsible for any loss, injury, or damage done or arising from any animals exhibited by
     him or her if such negligence is on his or her part. Any individual, spectator or patron handling animals without the
     consent of the owner is liable for all damage or injury done to themselves or animals.

     NO youth exhibitors or non-exhibitors will be permitted to stay overnight on the Farm Show grounds. Dairy
     exhibitors who will be preparing dairy cattle the night before the show must be accompanied by an adult.

     Tobacco use by any 4-H or FFA exhibitor (regardless of legal age to purchase tobacco) on Farm Show grounds is PRO-
     HIBITED! Any exhibitor who is found breaking this rule will forfeit all premiums. Repeated offenses will be handled
     on an individual basis by the livestock committee.
  2007 MANHEIM FARM SHOW LIVESTOCK EXHIBITION INFORMATION
           Entries      Chairmen          Check-In       Clean-Up Fee        Weigh-In       Photo            Show      Estimated    Release
         Postmarked      *Junior           Time          & Bedding Fee        Time          Times            Time      Sale Time     Time
        To Chairman     Members                           Per Animal
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BEEF      Sept 10     Randy Fox          Sun 6-9 pm or    $20.00             Mon 9 pm      Tues Before or    Tues        Fri       Breeding/
                      Bob Shearer        Mon 7-9:30 am    per animal                       After Show        4 pm        7 pm      Non Sale
                      *Jevin Kready                                                                                                Thurs 10 pm


DAIRY     Sept 10     Judy Zurin         Sun 6-9 pm       $10.00             Mon 8:30 pm   Tues Before or    Tues        Fri       N/A
BEEF                  *Lori Peters                        per animal                       After Show        6 pm        6 pm

DAIRY     Sept 10     Michelle Wetzel    Sun 6-9 pm    $5.00 clean-up      N/A             Sale Night        Thurs       Fri       Fri
                                         Mon 8 am-Noon Provide own bedding                                   9 am        7:30 pm   10 pm

SWINE     June 1      Barry Geib         Mon 7-9:30 am    $3.50 per animal   At Check-in   Monday AM         Mon         7:40 pm   N/A
                      Barry Haldeman                                                                         2:30 pm     Fri
                      *Joel Geib

SHEEP     Sept 10     Ray Peters         Sun 6-9 pm       $4.00 per animal   At Check-in   Wed Before Show   Wed         6:45 pm   All Non-Sale
                      Beth Rohrer                                                          and During Show   1 pm        Fri       Thurs 9 pm


GOAT      Sept 10     Seth & Diane       Sun 6-9 pm       $4.00 per animal   At Check-in   Wed Before Show   Wed         6:30 pm   Breeding
                        Kensinger                                                                            9:00 am     Fri       Thurs 9 pm
                      *Brad Hess

PYGMY     Sept 10     Cristal Fellenbaum Sun 6-9 pm       $3.00 per animal   N/A           N/A               Tues        N/A       Thur 9 pm
GOAT                  *Melissa Fellenbaum                                                                    1:00 pm
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     Showman of Showman Competition
     The Champion showman from each of the seven livestock shows will return to the show ring to select a champion
 “Showman of Showman.” The purpose of this competition is to have all our premier showman in one competition for the
 public to see and recognize.
     Four classes of showmanship will be judged with all seven showman competing in each class. The classes will include:
 Dairy Beef, Market Goat, Breeding Sheep and Market Hog. One judge will evaluate the breeding classes and one judge
 will evaluate the market classes.
                                                           Rules:
     1. If the Champion showman of a species decides not to take part in this special Showman of Showman competition
        on Thursday they MUST tell their species chairmen BEFORE the Overall Champion is selected. The Reserve
        Champion will then be given the opportunity to show in the “Showman of Showman” competition.
     2. If one showman wins more than one show no other showman will be invited from those species to the “Showman
        of Showman” competition.
     3. A $50 Savings Bond will be given to each participant in the “Showman of Showman” competition. The Savings
        Bonds will be presented at the Livestock Sale on Friday by Bank of Lancaster County.
     4. Each class will be judged with first place receiving 1 point, second place 2 points and so on. Showman will not be
        physically placed in each of the four classes. Each showman will wear a number on their back. At the conclusion
        of the competition the scores will be added up. Lowest score wins. If there is a tie, the names of all four classes
        will be put into separate envelopes. One envelope will be drawn and the lowest score for that class will be the win-
        ner. Only first place will be announced.
     5. No animal from any of the showman will be used. Evaluation will be based solely on showmanship. No fitting will
        be considered.
     6. Zurin Masonry and Roofing will sponsor the traveling trophy. If an exhibitor wins the trophy twice it will be retired
        to that showman.

                2005 Winner - Derick Bollinger • 2006 Winner - Joelynn Donough


                    DEPARTMENT 2 — DAIRY CATTLE
                                                  COMMITTEE
       Co-Chairmen - Gene & Michelle Wetzel, 2075 Alpha Court, Manheim, PA 17545 665-4075
          Ruby Bollinger Glenn Shenk, Jr. Mike Kerdeman Keith & Marsha Pickle Troy Wenger
                                             James Findley Randy Fox
                            Judge — to be announced • Judging Thursday at 9 A.M.
                                                      RULES
1.   TIME — All dairy animals will be received for exhibition on Sunday between the hours of 6 p.m. and
     9 p.m. and again on Monday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 12 noon. Cattle may be removed Friday after
     10 p.m. and before 9 a.m. Saturday.
2.   CARE OF ANIMALS — Exhibitors must see to the delivery of their animals as well as to attend to their
     animals while on exhibition. Exhibitors are asked to keep manure cleaned up immediately and to keep
     aisleways clean and swept. Signs and displays promoting the dairy industry are not only recommended but
     judged in the Good Housekeeping Dept.
3.   INSUBORDINATION MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF PREMIUM MONEY OR LOSS OF PARTICI-
     PATION IN SHOW
4.   CLEAN-UP AFTER SHOW — See General Management Rules.
5.   HEALTH REQUIREMENTS — See Health Rules for cattle. Have charts at check-in.
6.   FEEDING AND BEDDING — Exhibitors must furnish all feed. Straw bedding will be provided.
7.   PREMIUMS — In calf classes premiums will be awarded to first five placings (20, 18, 16, 14, 12). In
     heifer classes premiums will be awarded to first five placings (30, 28, 26, 24, 22). In 2-year classes premi-
     ums will be awarded for first ten placings (35, 33, 31, 29, 27, 25, 23, 21, 19, 17). In cow classes premiums
     will be awarded to first seven placings (40, 38, 36, 34, 32, 30, 28). In group classes premiums will be award-
     ed to first seven (25, 23, 21, 19, 17, 15, 13). Dry cow (25, 23, 21, 19).
     A. FFA and 4-H Group Premiums (same as above)
     B. Showmanship Premiums
         (1) Junior (under 14) 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10         (2) Senior (14 + over) 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10
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      C. Fitting Premiums
         (1) Junior (under 14) 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10          (2) Senior (14 + over) 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10

  8. 4-H & FFA Show — Judging of 4-H & FFA animals will be at the same time and within the open show.
     A. Awards
        (1) Junior Champions
        (2) Senior Champions
        (3) Grand Champions

  9. JUDGING — The decision of the judges will be final in all cases. If there is no competition in a class the
     exhibitor shall receive ribbon merited and prize money listed in the premium list. Judging Wednesday morn-
     ing at 9 A.M.

10. GROUPS DEFINED — (1 group per exhibitor or farm name)
    A. Produce of Dam — Shall consist of two animals, any age, either sex from one dam. Dam to be named.
       Exhibitor need not be owner of animals shown but each animal shall be entered by the owner in the prop-
       er individual class.
    B. Best 3 Females — Any age owned by exhibitor.
    C. Dairy herd — Shall consist of three females freshened at least once. Exhibitor to be breeder and owner
       of all animals in the group.
    D. Club Groups — Any animal in the group may be shown in the open classes free. 4-H or in Lancaster
       County. All animals shown are to be judged as individuals.

11. AGES DEFINED
    A. Junior Heifer Calf 3/1/07 - 4/30/07                         J.   Junior 2-year old cow 3/1/05 - 8/31/05
    B. Intermediate Heifer Calf 12/1/06 - 2/28/07                  K.   Senior 2-year old cow 9/1/04 - 2/28/05
    C. Senior Heifer Calf 9/1/06 - 11/30/06                        L.   3-year old cow 9/1/03 - 8/31/04
    D. Summer Yearling 6/1/06 - 8/31/06                            M.   4-year old cow 9/1/02 - 8/31/03
    E. Junior Yearling Heifer 3/1/06 - 5/31/06                     N.   5-year old cow 9/1/01 - 8/31/02
    F. Intermediate Yearling Heifer 12/1/05 - 2/28/06              0.   Aged cow 8/31/01
    G. Senior Yearling Heifer 9/1/05 - 11/30/05                    P.   Dry cow - Non-milking cow that has
    H. Junior Champion                                                  freshened at least one time
    I. Reserve Junior Champion
                           3-Year-Old Class will be divided into a Junior and Senior Class if
                                    the committee feels the class is large enough.
12. STATE HOLSTEIN SHOW RULES will apply in all matters except herein stated.
13. ORDER OF SHOW
    A. Calf Classes
    B. Heifer Classes
    C. Cow Classes
    D. Best Udder - Animals selected from age class.
    E. Groups
       (1) Dam & Daughter (4)Best 3 Females
       (2) Produce of Dam (5) Best Udder
       (3) Best Owner Bred (6) Dairy Herd
    F. Showmanship Youth And Open
14. YOUTH DIVISION CHAMPION from
    Manheim        Central,     Donegal,     Warwick,
    Elizabethtown, Hempfield and Manheim Township
    school districts will have their milk auctioned off
    on Friday night at the Youth Livestock Auction.
    Exhibitor must be a Lancaster 4-H or FFA member
    from one of the above school districts. One entry
    per exhibitor and must be owned by exhibitor.
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                                  MANHEIM FARM SHOW                             FILL OUT EVERYTHING
Exhibitor’s name as on registration certificate


Address                                     (Street)                                 (Town)                             (Zip)

Exhibitor’s birthdate (mo/d/yr)                             Phone                                 County


Parent/Guardian                              4-H or FFA?    Club/Chapter

Animal’s Name                                                                        Reg. No.                   Breed


Animal’s Birthdate                                              If over 2 years, is animal dry?   CHECK A CLASS BELOW

Sire Registration Name                                     Dam’s Registration Name                     Spring (Junior) calf
                                                                                                       Winter (Intermed.) calf
                                                                                                       Fall (Senior) calf
Breeder as on Registration Certificate                     Breeder’s Town & State                      Summer yearling
                                                                                                       Spring (Jr.) yearling
                                                                                                       Winter (Inter.) yearling
                                                                                                       Fall (Senior) yearling
Animal due date (if dry or Fall Yearling)                                                              Dry
                                                                                                       2-year old
                                                                                                       3-year old
Mail to: Michelle Wetzel                                                                               4 years
         2075 Alpha Court                                                                              5 years
         Manheim, PA 17545                             Deadline: September 10, 2007                    6 years & over


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                 DEPARTMENT 6 — BREEDING GOATS
                                 Co-Chairman Seth & Diane Kensinger 665-4782
                                      Junior Committee Member – Brad Hess
                              GOAT SHOW—Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2007 at 9:00 a.m.
                                                       RULES
 1.   OFFICIAL ENTRY FORMS must be mailed to: Seth Kensinger, 1597 Newport Rd., Manheim, PA 17545,
      postmarked on or before September 10, 2007 - no late entries will be accepted.
 2.   Exhibitors must furnish their own, hay, feed, water pails and feed troughs.
 3.   Exhibitor may enter a maximum of 4 exhibits in the breeding goat section.
 4.   Exhibitors must enter exhibits SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2007, between 6-9 p.m. ONLY. There will be an
      ENTRY FEE OF $4.00 PER ANIMAL, which is required to be sent with the entry forms. In addition,
      exhibitor must sign a Livestock Exhibitor Ethics Form and present an approved 4-H or FFA book before
      unloading to verify project activity.
 5.   Age of exhibitor will be determined as of October 7, 2007.
 6.   HORNS WILL BE PERMITTED ON ALL EXHIBITS.
 7.   ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE REMOVED ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2007 after the completion of the
      livestock auction.
                                    BREEDING GOAT CLASS PREMIUMS
                   1st - $20, 2nd - $18, 3rd - $16, 4th - $14, 5th - $12, 6th - $11, 7th-10th - $10
                           (Ribbons will also be awarded at the discretion of the judge).
             1st -10th placing may be awarded for each class and breed listed on Official Entry Form.

                    DEPARTMENT 6 — MARKET GOATS
           Co-Chairman—Seth & Diane Kensinger 665-4782; Junior Committee Member – Brad Hess
                             GOAT SHOW—Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2007 at 9:00 a.m.
                        MARKET GOAT SALE—Friday, October 12, 2007 at 6:30 p.m.
                                                     RULES
 1.   OFFICIAL ENTRY FORMS must be mailed to: Seth Kensinger, 1597 Newport Rd., Manheim, PA 17545,
      postmarked on or before September 10, 2007. No late entries will be accepted.
 2.   Exhibitors must furnish their own, hay, feed, water pails and feed troughs.
 3.   Exhibitors must enter exhibits SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2007 between 6-9 p.m. ONLY. There will be an
      ENTRY FEE OF $4.00 PER ANIMAL which is required to be sent with the entry forms. In addition,
      exhibitor must sign a Livestock Exhibitor Ethics Form, Vet Client Relationship Form, Health Papers and
      present an approved 4-H or FFA book before unloading to verify project activity.
 4.   Market exhibits will be weighed on Sunday, October 7, 2007 at entry and selling animals will also be
      tagged. Classes will be determined at that time according to the weights received. All market exhibits must
      weigh between 40 and 110 pounds.
 5.   Age of exhibitor will be determined as of October 7, 2007.
 6.   Each exhibitor may not show more than 2 non-selling market exhibits.
 7.   ALL NON-SELLING EXHIBITS MUST BE REMOVED ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2007 after the
      completion of the livestock auction.
 8.   A 3% deduction will be made on all selling exhibits. This deduction will be used for sale advertising, equip-
      ment maintenance and buyer appreciation.
                     MARKET, BREEDING GOAT AND SHOWMANSHIP PREMIUMS
                                  For all Classes and Showmanship
                         Placings       1       2      3    4     5   6 7-10
                                     $20     $18    $16   $14   $12 $11  $10
Class A - Selling
                      1st through 10th placing may be awarded for each weight class below.
          • Light                • Light Heavy
          • Medium               • Heavyweight
                            Placings          1     2      3       4      5       6 7-10
                                            $20   $18    $16    $14     $12     $11     $10
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Class B - Non-Selling
                    1st through 10th placing may be awarded for each weight class below.
        • Light                • Light Heavy
        • Medium               • Heavyweight
            Both champions from Class A & B will compete for Supreme Market Champion.
Class C -Bred and Owned
         Market Goat -
                            Goats must have been bred and owned by the exhibitor.
                            Exhibitor may enter one exhibit, selling or non-selling.
                     1st through 10th placing may be awarded for this class. All weights.
                                               SHOWMANSHIP
                     1st through 10th placing may be awarded for each age group below.
                             • Novice - First year showman         • Intermediate
                             • Junior                              • Senior
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      MANHEIM FARM SHOW GOAT ENTRY FORM
Entry Form Deadline: Postmarked on or before September 10, 2007
  Exhibit Entry 6:00 - 9:00 P.M. Sunday, October 7, 2007 ONLY
                              Mail Completed Entry Form To:
                                     Seth Kensinger
                           1597 Newport Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
    Name (1 Entry Form Per Exhibitor)_________________________________________________
    Address _________________________________________               Phone ____________________
    City, State, Zip __________________________________________________ Age _________
    Will exhibitor be entering showmanship class? Yes _____ No ____
    Age of exhibitor as of the first day of the Manheim Farm Show? ____
    How many years have you been exhibiting? ____
    Total number of goats entered: ____ (maximum 6 per exhibitor)
                                          BREEDING GOAT:
     Exhibitor must put the number of exhibits in the appropriate box for each exhibit entered.
                            Maximum of 4 breeding exhibits per exhibitor.
           Class                                 Lamancha         Nubian         Tennessee             Boer            Cross

           Doe Kids Born
           Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2007
           Doe Yearlings
           Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2006
           Doe - 2 Years
           Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2005

           Doe - Aged

                                              MARKET GOAT:
 Class A - Selling                       Please Circle One: Yes    No
 Class B - Non-selling                   Number of Goats (Please indicate 0, 1, or 2): ________
 Class C - Bred and Owned                Please Circle One: Yes     No
PLEASE enclose clean-up fee of $4.00 per animal. Make checks payable to Manheim Farm Show.




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                          DEPARTMENT 6 - PYGMY GOATS
       Chairman — Cristal Fellenbaum — 892-3702 • Junior Committee Member — Melissa Fellenbaum
                     PYGMY GOAT SHOW — Tuesday, October 9, 2007 at 1:00 p.m
                                     RULES AND REGULATIONS
 1. OFFICIAL ENTRY FORMS must be mailed to: Cristal Fellenbaum, 4095 Nolt Road, Mount Joy, PA
    17552, postmarked on or before September 10, 2007 - no late entries will be accepted.
 2. Exhibitors must furnish their own hay, feed, water pails and feed troughs.
 3. Open and registered pygmy goats will show in the same classes. Pygmy Goat conformation “breed stan-
    dard” is taken from National Pygmy Goat Association.
 4. Age of exhibitor will be determined as of October 7, 2007.
 5. ALL GOATS MUST BE DEHORNED.

                                        PYGMY GOAT CLASS PREMIUMS
                               (Ribbons will also be awarded at the discretion of the judge.)
                                Placings         1       2         3     4       5       6      7-10
                                               $16     $14       $12   $10      $8      $7        $6
     Wethers (neutered male goats)
     Wether Kids - 0-2 Years
     Wether - 2 and Older
     Grand & Reserve Champion Wether
     Does
     Doe - 0-1 Year
     Doe Yearlings - Over 1 Year But Less Than 2
     Doe - 2 Years to 3 Years
     Doe - Aged
     Dam & Daughter
     Grand & Reserve Champion Doe

                                             SHOWMANSHIP
                           Placings        1     2   3    4                      5       6      7-10
                                        $16    $14 $12  $10                     $8      $7        $6
     Novice - First year showmanship, any age
     Ages 10 and under
     Ages 11 - 13
     Ages 14 - 18
   Champion Showman determined from 1st Place Exhibitors • 1st Place Exhibitor and Champion Showman - Trophies




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                      MANHEIM FARM SHOW
                    PYGMY GOAT ENTRY FORM
Entry Form Deadline: Postmarked on or before September 10, 2007
   Exhibit Entry 6:00-9:00 P.M. Sunday, October 7, 2007 ONLY
                       Mail Completed Entry Form To:
          Cristal Fellenbaum, 4095 Nolt Rd., Mount Joy, PA 17552
    Name (1 Entry Form Per Exhibitor)_______________________________________________
    Address _________________________________________                 Phone ____________________
    City, State, Zip __________________________________________________                   Age _________
    Participating in Showmanship Class? Yes ___ No ___ Novice? Yes ____ No ____
    PYGMY GOAT CLASSES:
    Exhibitor must put the number of exhibits in the appropriate space for each exhibit entered.
    Wethers (neutered male goats)
    Wether Kids - 0-2 Years        ________
    Wether Yearlings - 2 Years and Older ___
    Does
    Doe Kids - 0-1 Year            ________
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                                              DEPARTMENT 9
                                                       Return To: Cindy Brackbill
           Check here if you have
           read & understood the                          872 Mount Joy Road
           rules & regulations &                          Manheim, PA 17545
           can abide by them.                      RABBIT ENTRY FORM

NAME ____________________________________________________________________
ADDRESS _________________________________________________________________
CITY ________________________________________STATE ____________ZIP _________
COUNTY ___________________________________________________________________

Farm Show Exhibitor #_____________________________Phone # _________________
       Division         Section            Breed            Color       Senior      Junior   Buck   Doe




            Check here if you have
            read & understood the
            rules & regulations &             GUINEA PIG ENTRY FORM
            can abide by them.


NAME ____________________________________________________________________
ADDRESS _________________________________________________________________
CITY ________________________________________STATE ____________ZIP _________
COUNTY ___________________________________________________________________

Farm Show Exhibitor #_____________________________Phone # _________________
       Division         Section          Solid Color     Broken Color   Senior      Junior   Boar   Sow
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                               DEPARTMENT 9
                       RABBITS — CAVIES (GUINEA PIGS)
                             All entries must be preregistered by October 1, 2007.
                           Judging will be held on Monday, October 8th at 5:00 p.m.
                                   Committee — Cindy Brackbill - 664-2979
                                    Evie Bucher - 665-6411 — Chris Fauser - 665-4676
                                        RULES AND REGULATIONS
 1. The showroom will be open to receive rabbits and guinea pigs on Sunday from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. and on
    Monday from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m.
 2. All exhibitors are responsible for feeding, watering and supervising their animals for the week. Each
    exhibitor is responsible for providing their own feed and water containers.
 3. Rabbits and Cavies will be judged according to the A.R.B.A. Standard of Perfection.
 4. Participants are required to handle their animals for the judge during the judging on Monday.
 5. Chairman reserves the privilege of refusing any rabbits or cavies that are not deemed healthy or desirable
    for the show.
 6. Animals must be picked up from 8:30 to 10:00 p.m. Friday only. No exceptions!
 7. Exhibitors are limited to youth 18 years of age and younger.
Note: Junior animals are 3 to 6 months, senior animals are 7 months and older.
PREMIUMS          1st     2nd      3rd      4th    5th
Guinea Pigs $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00
Rabbits        $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00
   DIVISION 1 — CAVIES (GUINEA PIGS)
 Section A    Section B  Section C   Section D                                     Section E             Section F             Section G
 Abbysinian   American    Teddies    Peruvians                                       Satins                Texel                 Mixed
   DIVISION 2 — RABBITS
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                   DEPARTMENT 10 — 4-H & VOCATIONAL
                                         SECTION A-2 DAIRY CATTLE
                                  Refer to Department 2 for rules and regulations.
                                       SECTION A-3 — BEEF CATTLE
                                            SECTION A-4 — SHEEP
                                            SECTION A-5 — SWINE
                                       SECTION A-6 — DAIRY GOATS
                                  Refer to Department 6 for rules and regulations

                                       BEEF ENTRY FORM
                                  FILL OUT EVERYTHING          -    ONE ANIMAL PER FORM

Exhibitor’s Name


Address (Street)                                                      (Town)                                    (Zip)


Exhibitor’s birthdate
(mo/d/yr)                                            Phone                             Date of Purchase


Parent/Guardian                     4-H or FFA?      Club/Chapter

Animal’s Ear                             Animal’s                                   Enclose clean up
Tag #                                    Birthdate                                  & bedding fee $20/head

CHECK A CLASS
  Baby Beef Steer                    Junior Heifer                             Senior Heifer                   Cow/Calf
  Intermediate Yearling Heifer       Junior Yearling Heifer                    Preview Steer/Heifer

                            (Copy entry form if needed for more than one animal)
Mail to:
           Randy Fox, 1088 Mt. Joy Rd., Manheim, PA 17545
           Deadline: September 10, 2007 (NO EXCEPTIONS) • Include Entry Fees

                                         DEPARTMENT 10
                                         SECTION A-3 — BEEF CATTLE
                                           4-H AND FFA STEER SHOW
                                     JUNIOR BEEF BREEDING CLASSES
                                                  COMMITTEE
                        Co-Chairman — Randy Fox, 1088 Mount Joy Rd., Manheim — 664-4985
                                             Co-Chairman — Bob Shearer
                                  Rhonda Fox, Gary Zurin, Deb Seibert - FFA Rep.
                                       Jevin Kready, Junior Committee Member
                                Judge to be announced - Judging TUESDAY 4:00 P.M.
                                                Sale Friday 7:00 P.M.

  1. *Refer to page 29 for rules and regulations
                                  4-H & FFA BEEF CATTLE SHOWMANSHIP
            Class                                1st    2nd    3rd 4th                              5th-10th
                                               Rosette Rosette
  1. Senior Showmanship                          $25    $22    $18 $15                                $12
     (5 yrs. + experience)
  2. Intermediate Showmanship                                25         22     18          15           12
     (3-4 yrs. experience)
  3. Junior Showmanship                                      25         22     18          15           12
     (2 yrs. experience)
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  4. Novice Showmanship                         25        22    18       15       12
     (1st year showing)
                        An overall champion and reserve showman will be selected.
               Champion - Purple Rosette           Reserve Champion - Rose Rosette
                                               YOUTH BABY BEEF SHOW
Class
   5. Lt. Weight               6. Med. Weight            7. Lt.-Heavy Weight           8. Heavy Weight
            1st                  2nd          3rd                4th         5th            6th
          Rosette              Rosette
           $50                   $45          $40               $36           $32           $28
                                             Champion of Show - Trophy & Banner
                                         Reserve Champion of Show - Trophy & Banner

                                            JUNIOR BEEF BREEDING SHOW
                                             Must Be Owned By June 1, 2007
Class                                                                         1st        2nd         3rd
  9. Junior Heifer Calf (Calved Jan.-March 2007)                             $50         $40         $30
 10. Senior Heifer Calf (Calved Sept.-Dec. 2006)                               50         40          30
 11. Intermed. Yearling Heifer Calf (Calved May-Aug. 2006)                     50         40          30
 12. Junior Yearling Heifer Calf (Calved Jan.-Apr. 2006)                       50         40          30
 13. Cow/Calf (Cow 2 years old born before Aug. 05/Calf born after Jan. 1, 07 50          40          30
                Champion - Trophy            Reserve Champion - Trophy
Champion also wins the Arlan R. Martin Memorial Halter which is given by his family, for his wish to help our
breeding show to continue and florish in future years.
                                              Preview Non-Sale
Class
    14. Lt. Weight         15. Med. Weight        16. Heavy Weight
             1st           2nd             3rd           4th
            $25             $20            $15           $10

                    Champion Preview - Rosette                  Reserve Champion Preview - Rosette
                       PREMIUM PAYOUT IN ADDITION TO ABOVE PREMIUMS
THE WALTER E. HEISTAND FAMILY has established a trust in his memory for the purpose of presenting
additional prize money for the Youth Beef Show and Youth Beef Showmanship contests. The intent is to pro-
mote his lasting enthusiasm for these programs so they may grow in number and quality.
*Breeding Beef: Overall Champion - $150 plus Trophy; Overall Reserve Champion - $100
*Overall Grand Champion Steer: $100; Overall Reserve Grand Champion Steer: $50
Each Weight Class:           1st - $50 2nd - $40 3rd - $30 Last Place - $30
Revolving Trophy (must be brought back the following year, unless exhibitor wins 3 years in a row, then the
trophy is retired to that exhibitor.)
*Overall Champion Showman: $100; Reserve Showman: $50
Each Division:               1st - $25 2nd - $20 3rd - $15 4th-10th - $10
Herdsman Award: $25 To be announced Friday evening
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                                     DAIRY BEEF FEEDER STEER
                                             COMMITTEE
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                                Show - Tuesday 6 P.M. – Sale - Friday 6 P.M.
  1. ELIGIBILITY & ENTRIES
     A. All calves must be born between between January 1 and February 28, 2007.
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                             DAIRY BEEF ENTRY FORM
  Entry Deadline - September 10, 2007             Mail to: Judy Zurin, 725 Newcomer Rd., Mount Joy, PA 17552



Exhibitor’s Name ____________________________________________

Phone ____________________________________________________

Address _________________________________________________________________________________


Exhibitor’s Birthdate _______________________________

Animal’s Ear Tag ____________________________                         Animal’s Birthdate _____________

Enclose cleanup and bedding fee of $10_______________________ with entry.
                            Checks can be made payable to “Manheim Farm Show.”


   B. Calves must be 100% Dairy Breed.
   C. Each calf must be ear tagged by 4-H leader or FFA adviser, by May 1, 2007.
   D. All entries must be mailed to Judy Zurin, postmarked on or before September 10, 2007. No late entries
      will be accepted. Enclose cleanup and bedding fee with entry.
   E. Tear down and cleanup fee of $10.00 per animal will be payable at entry time.
2. MANAGEMENT RULES:
   A. All calves must be penned 6-9 p.m. Sunday. Weigh-in on Monday night at 8:30 p.m. This weight will
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    B. All equipment, feed, and show boxes must be stored in designated areas.
    C. Wheelbarrows and spreader are available for cleanup during Farm Show Week.
    D. Blocking chutes (if used) must be kept outside. In case of rain all chutes must be moved outside so the
       dairy cattle or dairy goat or beef shows can be held in the fitting area.
    E. ALL EXHIBITORS are responsible to arrange for their calf to be placed in Barn #3 during 2-3 p.m. on
       Friday. This is for preparation of sale.
    F. All animals entered in this show will be sold Friday at 6 p.m.
 3. FITTING RULES
    A. Any member showing a 4-H or FFA calf must adhere to the following fitting rules while exhibiting at
       the Manheim Farm Show.
    B. Exhibitors and their parents may assist in the fitting, clipping and restraint of their steers during the
       Manheim Farm Show. Exhibitors must be present during the fitting, clipping, and grooming of their
       steer.
    C. Penalty for not following these rules will result in the member not being allowed to show their calf in
       the show. Thus not being able to sell their calf at the sale and will receive the market value.
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          New
                       DEPARTMENT 10 — SECTION A-4 — SHEEP
       this year!                     COMMITTEE: Co-Chairmen — Ray Peters Beth Rohrer
        Alpacas
        joining                                   Committee Members — Judy Zurin
       Shepherd’s
        Leadline
                        Shepherd’s Leadline — Monday Evening: Immediately before crowning of Queen
                        Sheep Judging — Wednesday 1:00 p.m. Market Lamb Sale — Friday 6:45 p.m.
                                                                 RULES
  1.   OWNERSHIP — All market lambs must be owned by June 30. Market lambs sold at previous sales can-
       not be entered. All breeding sheep must be owned by August 15.
  2.   All market lambs must be slick-sheared.
  3.   Each exhibitor must furnish his own feed, and trough.
  4.   All animals (other than sale lambs) MUST be removed at 9:00 p.m. Thursday.
  5.   Only 3 market lambs (including 1 sale lamb, 2 market lambs) may be shown by each exhibitor. Sale lambs
       must weigh less than 140 lbs.
  6.   Only 3 breeding sheep per class per exhibitor.
       TOTAL of 8 sheep per exhibitor including breeding sheep and market/sale lambs.
  7.   HEALTH REQUIREMENTS:
       1. Identification - Purebred animals must be identified by registry name and number, corresponding to the
          ear tag or tattoo number. Grade animals must be identified by farm-flock number, corresponding to the
          ear tag or tattoo number.
       2. Flock inspection - Flocks must be examined anytime after March 1. The veterinarian who has
          examined the entries and the flocks from which they come must certify on the health certificate that he
          has found no evidence of transmissible disease and to the best of his knowledge, no exposure thereto,
          and are not subject to any quarantine restrictions.
       3. IMPORTANT RULE - Certification by owner and an accredited veterinarian that the identified
          animal(s) is (is not) known to have been exposed to scrapie.
       4. NEW RULE - All sheep must bear official USDA/APHIS eartag to be exhibited at the show. Sheep from
          flocks on the Voluntary Scrapie Program must bear the official eartag, tattoo, or
          electronicear implant.
       5. REGISTRATION PAPERS MUST ACCOMPANY ALL BREEDING SHEEP, EXCEPT CROSS BRED
          CLASS.
16.    Lancaster County Shepherd’s Leadline — The objectives of this class are to present a class of sheep or
       alpacas in a most attractive manner, and give spectators an opportunity to see the best of the wool
       industry.
       A. Competition is open to any 4-H or FFA member (Youth classes), both male and female or any ADULT
           living in Lancaster County. The entrant will be judged on the mode of dress selected which must be
           appropriate, attractive, and lend elegance to the class. Entrants must furnish their own outfit consisting
           of at least 80% wool. Contestants will also be judged on poise and presentation along with the control
           and appearance of their animal. Animals must be clean and neatly fitted and may have a white or col-
           ored fleece.
       B. Animals competing need not be entered in the Manheim Farm Show but MUST have current health cer-
           tificate. Animals need not be owned by contestant, although it may be a point deduction.
       C. Preliminary judging will be held Monday, October 8, 2007, at 4:30 p.m. Final judging at 5:30 p.m.
       D. For more information or to enter, contact Judy Zurin - 653-0143.
       E. Send in entry form and description by September 15, 2007. MAIL TO:
           JUDY ZURIN, 725 NEWCOMER RD., MOUNT JOY, PA 17552.
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                         SHEPHERD’S LEADLINE DESCIRPTION FORM
                        Due no later than SEPTEMBER 15, 2007
Contestant No. ______________
                                                                                                                                   New
         (Official Use)                                                                                                         this year!
                                                                                                                                 Alpacas
Name _________________________________________________________________________________                                           joining
                                                                                                                               Shepherd’s
Address _______________________________________________________________________________                                          Leadline

Age ___________________________________________________________________________________
Check One:       Sheep ❑          Alpaca ❑                            Owned:     Yes ❑          No ❑
Please write a description of yourself in paragraph form, as you would like it read as you model your outfit. Please keep your description to
      150 to 200 words. In your writing include a description of your outfit, school background and activities, awards or recognitions, other
      activities, hobbies and interests and your future ambition. Please attach your own copy.

                                      SHEEP PREMIUM LIST
NOTE: The same classification and premiums as stated below are to apply to each of the following breeds:
      A. Cheviot              D. Hampshire             G. Suffolk
      B. Corriedale           E. Shropshire            H. Other
      C. Dorset               F. Southdown             I. Crossbred
Class
 1. Dress up your lamb. Be creative.
                                         1st        2nd         3rd         4th          5th
                                        $18         $16         $14         $13          $12
 2. Showmanship: Divided as evenly as possible by years of experience into 5 classes.
                                                         1st           2nd             3rd            4th             5th
                                                        $18            $16             $14            $13             $12
  3.   Ram Lamb under 1 year                             18             16              14             13               12
  4.   Aged Ewe                                          18             16              14             13               12
  5.   Yearling Ewe (1 year and under 2)                 18             16              14             13               12
  6.   Ewe Lamb                                          18             16              14             13               12
  7.   Pair Ewe Lambs                                    18             16              14             13               12
                                                         1st           2nd             3rd            4th              5th
 8. Flock-Aged Ewe, Yearling Ewe,
    Ewe Lamb and Ram Lamb                  $18         $16         $14        $13                                     $12
 9. Breeder’s Young Flock (2 ewe lambs, 1 ram lamb) or (2 ram lambs, 1 ewe lamb)
10. Champion and Reserve in each breed:
    A. Ewe Rosette
    B. Ram Rosette
11. Supreme Champion and Reserve of all breeds:
    A. Ewe Trophy
    B. Ram Trophy
12. Individual Market Lamb
    A. Light weight                        $18         $16         $14        $13                                     $12
    B. Medium weight                        18          16          14         13                                      12
    C. Heavy weight                         18          16          14         13                                      12
    D. Champion
    E. Reserve Champion
13. Individual Market Sale Lamb
    A. Light weight                        $18         $16         $14        $13                                     $12
    B. Medium weight                        18          16          14         13                                      12
    C. Heavy weight                         18          16          14         13                                      12
    D. Champion
    E. Reserve Champion
14. Pair of Lambs - May include any combination of Sale or Market.
                                           $18         $16         $14        $13                                     $12
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         MANHEIM FARM SHOW SHEEP ENTRY FORM
                                     ENTRY DEADLINE: September 10, 2007
                                     Check In 6:00 - 9:00 P.M. Sunday ONLY.
                                                MAIL TO: Ray Peters
                                   345 N. Mount Joy Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022
                                                      367-4084

Name ________________________________________________________________________________
Addess _______________________________________________ Phone___________________________
City _________________________________________________ Zip_____________________________

Breed Sheep Class:
    A. Cheviot                             D. Hampshire                  G. Suffolk
    B. Crossbred                           E. Shropshire                 H. Other (By Breed)
    C. Dorset                              F. Southdown
                                           DEPT. 10 - SECTION A-4
           Mark an X (XX=2) next to the class that you want to enter under the correponding breed:

   Breeding Sheep Only                      A       B       C        D         E         F        G         H

   Ram Lamb

   Ewe Lamb -        Mark Spring or Fall

   Yearling Ewe

   Aged Ewe

   Pair of Ewe Lambs

   Flock

   Breeders Young Flock

Total number of Breeding Sheep ______
Total number of Market Lambs________ (Max. 3 per exhibitor including sale lamb)
Total number of pens requested _______ Total Non-Sale __________Total Sale _________
Will you be entering showmanship class? Yes ____ No____
How many years have you been exhibiting sheep in 4-H or FFA? _____

*Anyone using any artificial means to change the shape/form/behavior of an animal will be disqualified from the
show.
*I have read the guidelines for care of animals and the rules for exhibitors in this book.
*I have enclosed my bedding and cleanup fee of $4.00 per animal
                 Amout enclosed _____________. Make checks payable to Manheim Farm Show.

Exhibitor Signature ________________________ Parent Signature _____________________
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15. Grand Champion Market Lamb Over All
16. Reserve Champion Market Lamb Over All
17. Lancaster County Shepherd’s Leadline
    A. Boys’                                      $50           $45          $40            $36          $32
    B. Girls’                                      50            45           40             36            32
    C. Adult                                       50            45           40             36            32
    *If either the Boys’ or Girls’ class is too large, we will divide it in two classes. If two male adults, there will be
    another division.
18. If more than 5 exhibitors in a class, then each exhibitor under 5th place will also be awarded the 5th place premium.

          DEPARTMENT 10 — SECTION A-5 — SWINE
                                                COMMITTEE
            Co-Chairman — Barry Haldeman, 1473 Gish Road, Manheim, PA 17545 — 665-5513
          Co-Chairman — Barry Geib, 2843 North Chiques Road, Manheim, PA 17545 — 664-3007
                Randy Fox Amy Becker Eugene Bollinger Gary Forry Dale Nolt Earl Geib
                                          Junior Member—Joel Geib
                                    SWINE DIVISION REGULATIONS
               SEE LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES ON PAGE 28 AND 30.
    IN ADDITION -
 1. OWNERSHIP — All swine to be shown at the Farm Show are to be the property of FFA and 4-H club
    members by July 1, 2007.
 2. All entries will be entered free of charge. All entries must be reported to the co-chairpersons by June 1,
    2007. Limited to 4 entries per exhibitor residing in Manheim School District or member of the Manheim
    FFA. Donegal, Hempfield, Elizabethtown, Manheim Township and Warwick exhibitors are limited to 2 entries.
 3. Exhibitors must be present when animals are shown and sold.
 4. All exhibits must be placed between 7:00 and 9:30 a.m. promptly on October 8. 4-H and/or FFA project
    books must be presented before unloading to verify project activity. Be prepared for project pictures Monday.
 5. It is mandatory that pens be cleaned out on Wednesday afternoon/evening. Wheelbarrows and a spreader
    will be available.
 6. No body clipping of market hogs allowed.
 7. CLASSES AND WEIGHTS - Individual pigs must wiegh 220-270 lbs. to compete and be sold. Pigs will
    be divided into classes of 4-5 head for the show.
    Divisions will be:
 light weight: 220-233 medium weight: 234-245 medium heavy weight: 246-258 heavy weight: 259-270
               PREMIUMS:                    1st      2nd        3rd         4th     5th
                                           $18        $15       $12         $10      $8
                                   Weight Division Champion - Rosette, $10
                             Grand Champion Market Hog - Rosette, Trophy, $30
                         Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog - Rosette, Trophy, $20
 8. SHOWMANSHIP AND FITTING - Classes will be determined by age on the day of show: 16+; 14 & 15;
    11-13; and 9 & 10.
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                      DEPARTMENT 10 — SECTION A-6
                                              BREEDING GOATS
                                  Refer to Department 6 for rules and regulations

                     DEPARTMENT 10 — SECTION A-20
                                               WINDOW EXHIBITS
                                       Chairman — Deb Seibert — 665-3065
      EXHIBITS MUST BE REMOVED BETWEEN 6 P.M. THURSDAY AND NOON ON FRIDAY
 1.   This contest is limited to eight exhibits. The first eight organizations that send in the entry form below will
      be the ones accepted. Please do not call to enter displays.
 2.   Any organized nonprofit youth organization in Lancaster County may enter the contest.
 3.   Each exhibit should convey one central idea based on an approved method or practice in agriculture that is
      easily understood by all ages.
 4.   The display may have lights and/or mechanical motion. Electrical power will be furnished. Exhibitors need
      to provide their own tables.
 5.   The display should be no larger than 4’ deep x 6’ high and 8’ long.
 6.   Displays must be entered from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Monday in the Farm Show Crops building.
      Exhibits will be judged on Tuesday.
 7.   Premium checks can be picked up after 6:00 p.m. Friday or they will be sent.
 8.   The exhibits will be judged on the following point basis:
      A. EFFECTIVENESS IN CATCHING ATTENTION                        25 points
         1. Appeal. Effective use of life, action, motion, color, light or sound.
         2. Originality. Show new and interesting relations. Not trite nor commonplace.
      B. EFFECTIVENESS IN HOLDING INTEREST                          25 points
         1. Unity. Titles again portray objectives; one central thought; all parts subordinately related.
         2. Clarity. Relation of parts to central theme easily detected.
         3. Simplicity. Not wordy; not highly technical; easily understood.
      C. EFFECTIVENESS IN TEACHING A LESSON                         30 points
         1. Educational Value. Teaches a practical lesson; tells the story well; creates a favorable impression
             upon the observer; moves the observer to action.
      D. GENERAL APPEARANCE 20 points
         1. Attractive Arrangement. Labels, charts, pictures, objects, effective printing, balance and neatness;
             pleasing background.
         2. English. Correct spelling, grammar, punctuation with accuracy of thought.
                                                     PREMIUMS
                    1st      2nd         3rd        4th        5th       6th        7th         8th
                  $100       $85         $70       $60        $55        $45        $30        $15

                               WINDOW DISPLAY ENTRY FORM
                  Send To: MCHS, c/o Deb Seibert, 400 Adele Ave., Manheim, PA 17545

Youth Organization:

Leader:                                                    Phone:

Address:

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                      DEPARTMENT 10 — SECTION A-22
                                CLASS 1 — TRACTOR DRIVING CONTEST
                                       Chairman — Bart Gill — 665-3065
                                                     RULES
1.   The contest is open to the Manheim FFA. (limited to 16 contestants)
2.   Tractors will be furnished by the Farm Show Tractor Exhibitors.
3.   The Management will not be responsible for any accident or injury caused by the contestants.
4.   Judges reserve the right to stop a contestant who shows inability to operate the tractor.
5.   Judges will be selected to score each contestant in accordance with the State FFA tractor driving score card.
     The low score will win the contest.
                                                PRIZES — FFA
     1st Place       $25.00 + trophy                       4th Place           $18.00
     2nd Place        22.00                                5th Place            16.00
     3rd Place        20.00                                6th-10th Place       15.00


                       DEPARTMENT 10 — SECTION A-6
                       CLASS 2 — FFA GREENHAND LIVESTOCK JUDGING
                                  Chairman — Deb Seibert — 665-3065
                                          Tuesday — 9:30 A.M.
                                                  RULES
1. Only first year students pursuing courses in Vocational Agriculture during the school year 2007-2008 in
   high schools of Lancaster County are eligible for participation in this contest.
      Event            No. of Classes
   Market Swine               2
   Market Lambs               2
   Market Steer               2
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                         DEPARTMENT 12 — GRAINS, HAY
                                SECTION 1 — GRAIN AND SEED CROPS
                                                COMMITTEE
                                Chairman — Lloyd Eshbenshade — 665-5478
                       Gloria Myers Irma Eshbenshade Loren & Karen Esbenshade
 1. Entries not having the required specimens will be disqualified.
 2. Exhibitors may enter in as many classes or subdivisions of classes as they wish, but no exhibitor shall make
    more than one entry in a subdivision for competition.
 3. Youth categories (age 18 or younger) are the same as those listed for the open class. Youth may enter in the
    open classes, but a separate entry is necessary.
 4. Competition is limited to crops grown by community growers in 2007.
 5. The judges may withhold any premium for lack of merit or may award lower premiums if deemed best.
 6. Entries will be received Sunday from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., and Monday 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
CLASS 1 — FIELD CORN (any hybrid or variety)                      1st        2nd         3rd         4th
    A. 10 Ear Exhibit                                          $4.00       $3.00       $2.00       $1.00
    B. 30 Ear Exhibit                                           7.00         6.00       5.00        4.00
    C. Grand Champion (10 or 30 ear exhibit)                  Rosette
    D. Longest Ear                                              4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
    E. Shelled Corn (1 gallon in clear plastic bag)
       1. Dry                                                   4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
       2. High Moisture                                         4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
    F. Ground Corn (1 gallon in clear plastic bag)              4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
CLASS 2 — POPCORN
    A. 5 Ears — White                                           4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
    B. 5 Ears — Yellow                                          4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
    C. 3 Ears — Strawberry, husks attached                      4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
    D. 5 Ears — Pearly red                                      4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
CLASS 3 — ORNAMENTAL CORN (5 ears, husks on, tied)
    A. 1. Normal size (not variegated)                          4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
       2. Normal size (variegated)                              4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
    B. 1. Dwarf (not variegated)                                4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
       2. Dwarf (variegated)                                    4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
CLASS 4 — GRAND CHAMPION OF CLASSES 2 & 3 ABOVE - Rosette
CLASS 5 — SWEET CORN (any variety)
    A. 5 Ears — Yellow                                          4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
    B. 5 Ears — White                                           4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
CLASS 6 — BROOM CORN — (tied)
    A. 5 stalks                                                 4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
CLASS 7 — SUNFLOWERS
    A. 1. Best Quality — Normal                                 4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
       2. Best Quality — Miniature                              4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
    B. Largest size                                             4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
CLASS 8 — HAY (bale slice - minimum 8” thick, dry)
    A. Perennial — 1st cutting (est. minimum of 1 year)         4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
       1. Alfalfa (not more than 10% grass)
       2. Alfalfa, Grass Mix (more than 10%, but not exceeding 50% grass)
       3. Clover (not more than 20% grass)
       4. Clover, Grass Mix (more than 20%, but not exceeding 50% grass)
       5. Grass (not more than 10% legume)
    B. Perennial — (later cutting or spring seeding)            4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
       1. Alfalfa (not more than 10% grass)
       2. Alfalfa, Grass Mix (more than 10%, but not exceeding 50% grass)
       3. Clover (not more than 20% grass)
       4. Clover, Grass Mix (more than 20%, but not exceeding 50% grass)
       5. Grass (not more than 10% legume)
    C. Annual                                                   4.00         3.00       2.00        1.00
       1. Any Species
    D. Grand Champion of Above Class - Rosette
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CLASS 9 — SMALL GRAIN (one quart jar, untreated, dry)
   A. Wheat                                               4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   B. Barley                                              4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   C. Oats                                                4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   D. Rye                                                 4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   E. Soybeans
       1. Yellow seedcoat                                 4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
       2. Green seedcoat                                  4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
       3. Edible soybeans                                 4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   F. Sunflowers                                          4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
CLASS 10 — TOBACCO (15 leaves tied with string)
   A. Pennsylvania Type
       1. Wrapper (cured)                                 4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
       2. Filler (cured)                                  4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
       3. Green (mostly uncured)                          4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   B. Maryland Type
       1. Cured                                           4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
       2. Green (mostly uncured)                          4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   C. Burley
       1. Cured                                           4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
       2. Green (mostly cured)                            4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   D. Grand Champion of Above Classes - Rosette
CLASS 11 — HAYLAGE (put in 1 gallon clear plastic ziploc bag)
   A. Perennial Legumes                                   4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   B. Perennial Grasses                                   4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   C. Annual Grasses                                      4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   D. Grand Champion of Above Classes Rosette
CLASS 12 — CORN SILAGE (put in 1 gallon clear plastic ziploc bag)
   A. Fresh                                               4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   B. Cured                                               4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00
   C. Grand Champion of Above Classes - Rosette
CLASS 13 — SOYBEAN PLANTS
   (3 plants cut at soil level, tied)                     4.00                 3.00        2.00        1.00

                        DEPARTMENT 13 — VEGETABLES
                                  Chairman — Rose Salada — 665-3233
                         RULES AND REGULATIONS CONCERNING VEGETABLES
  1. In selecting vegetables for exhibition, choose such specimens that would bring the highest market price. Do
     not select the largest, select medium-size specimens. If at all possible, do not mix varieties.
  2. Consider the following:
     A. Trueness to variety type. If at all possible, pick the specimens from one variety.
     B. Uniformity in shape, size and color.
     C. Be sure to pick out a perfect specimen, then select the others as similar to it as possible. Never mix spec-
         imens of different maturity.
     D. Protect from dirt, disease, infection, and mechanical damage. Select specimens that are perfect and show
         no blemishes of any kind.
     E. Condition and maturity. Be sure that exhibits are of high quality.
  3. Read premium material, carefully following all rules and their regulations. If any entry calls for 5 speci-
     mens, be sure to exhibit that number; do not enter 4 to 6. In any instance, your exhibits will be disqualified
     if the correct number of specimens are not entered.
  Entries such as root crops can be displayed with tops on if no class should contain both root and bunch breeds.
  4. Entries will be received Sunday, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.; Monday 7:00 to 10:00 a.m.
  5. Competitors in this Department is limited to vegetables grown by exhibitor in Lancaster County.
  6. Youth categories (age 14 or younger) in certain classes are labeled.
                                     PREMIUMS — $4.00 $3.00 $2.00
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                                              SECTION I
CLASS — Green Vegetables ONLY                       21. Muskmelons — 1 specimen
 1. Beans — green shelled (1 pint)                      A. Rough skin or Cantaloupe
    A. Edible Soybeans                                  B. Smooth skin or Honeydew
    B. Large seeded limas                           22. Okra — 3 specimens
    C. Small seeded limas                           23. Onions — (bulbs) 5 specimens
    D. Horticultural                                    Mature for storage
 2. Beans — Lima (10)                                   A. Bottle
    A. Large Seeded Pods                                B. Red flat
    B. Small Seeded Pods                                C. Sweet Spanish type
 3. Beans — Snap (10)                                   D. White globe
    Bush type                                           E. Yellow flat
    A. Flat green pod                               24. Onions — (bulbing) 4 specimens
    B. Flat wax pod                                     A. Green bunching
    C. Round green pod                              25. Onions — (Sets) 1 pint
                                                        Mature for storage
    D. Round wax pod                                    A. Multiplier
 4. Beets — specimens, 5 tops on 4”                     B. Red
    A. Globe shaped                                     C. White
    B. Half long                                        D. Yellow Sets
 5. Broccoli — 1 large head                         26. Parsley — 5 bunches in water
 6. Brussels Sprouts (10)                               A. Curled type
 7. Cabbage — 1 head                                    B. Plain type
    A. Chinese types           D. Savoy             27. Parsley — (root) 5 roots with tops
    B. Domestic round          E. Flat                  A. Hamburg or Turnip rooted in glass
    C. Red types               F. Early Pointed            container with water
 8. Carrots — 5 roots, topped                       28. Parsnips — 5 specimens, 4” tops on
    A. Half long (pointed)                          29. Peas — 10 specimens
    B. Half long (stump rooted)                         A. Green shelled
    C. Long                                             B. Pods
 9. Cauliflower                                         C. Edible Pod Peas
    A. Purple types                                 30. Peppers — (Hot)
    B. White types                                      A. Long type — 5 specimens 3” or more
10. Celery — 1 plant in soil                            B. Round type — 5 specimens
    A. Green types (Fordhook Pascal)                    C. Small type — 5 specimens less than 3”
    B. Yellow types (Fordhook Pascal)               31. Peppers — Pimento stuffing — 5 specimens
11. Cucumbers                                           A. Green
    A. Pickling (under 3”) 10 specimens                 B. Red
    B. Pickles (3” to 5”) 5 specimens                   C. Yellow
    C. Slicing (over 5”) 5 specimens                32. Pepper (Sweet Bell or Bullnose shape)
    D. Burpling Cucumbers — 5 specimens                 5 specimens
12. Eggplant — 2 specimens                              A. Green
13. Endive — 1 plant in soil                            B. Red
    A. Broad leaved                                     C. Other
    B. Green curled                                 33. Peppers (Sweet-Thin fleshed) 5 specimens
                                                        A. Green
14. Garlic — 5 bulbs (tops trimmed)                     B. Red
15. Gourds                                              C. Other
    A. One Variety — 5 Specimens                    34. Potato (Youth & Adult classes)
    B. Collection — 6 or more kinds, attractively       A. White Potato — White Skin
       displayed and shellacked or waxed.                  1. Any Variety — 5 tubers
16. Turks turban ornamental — 2 specimens               B. White Potato — Red Skin
17. Kale — 1 plant in soil                                 1. Any Variety — 5 tubers
18. Kohlrabi — 2 specimens (tops off)                   C. White Potato — Any Other Skin Color
19. Leek — 5 stalks cut roots to 1” length                 1. Any Variety — 5 tubers
20. Lettuce — 1 plant in soil                           D. Potato — Other Flesh Color
    A. Butter head type                                    1. Any Variety — 5 tubers
    B. Crisp head type                                  E. Grand Champion of Above Classes —
    C. Leaf type                                           Rosette
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      F. Largest Single Tuber                       47. Turnips — 5 specimens
         1. White or Colored Skin Color                 A. Round — 4” tops on
      G. Sweet Potato                               48. Watercress —
         1. Jersey Type — 5 roots                       A. Any Variety
         2. Puerto Rico Type — 5 roots              49. Watermelon —
         3. Pink type — 5 roots                         A. Largest single — specify weight
         4. Grand Champion of above sub. classes        B. Midget type
         5. Largest — 1 root, any type                  C. Oblong in shape
35.   Pumpkins — 1 specimen                             D. Round shape
      A. Winterneck (1)                             50. Home Garden Basket — Made up of any
      B. Casper or White (1)                            vegetables from Dept. 13 only — attractively
      C. Jack-Be-Little (collection displayed)          displayed
      D. Connecticut Field Type (1)                 51. Vegetable Freaks
      E. New England Pie Type (1)                   52. Herbs
      F. Largest Pumpkin or Squash                      A. 6 or more herbs attractively displayed
         (specify weight)                           YOUTH DIVISION:
      G. Green Striped                              53. Gourds:
36.   Decorate as Halloween Pumpkin                     A. One variety (5 specimens)
      (Grades 1-4) Specify grade on entry ticket        B. Collection (6 or more kinds attractively
37.   Radishes — (Summer) 5 specimens                      displayed shellacked or waxed)
      A. Small round                                54. Pumpkins
      B. White Icicle                                   A. Winterneck (1)
38.   Radishes — (Winter) 5 specimens                   B. Casper or White (1)
      A. White long                                     C. Jack-Be-Little (collection displayed)
      B. Black round                                    D. Connecticut Field Type (1)
39.   Rhubarb                                           E. New England Pie Type (1)
      A. Any Variety                                    F. Largest Pumpkin or Squash (specify weight)
         5 stalks tied together 4” tops                 G. Halloween Pumpkin
40.   Rutabagas                                     55. Home Garden Basket
      A. 5 specimens                                56. Vegetable Freaks
         Round — 4” tops on
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      Squash — (Summer Types) 2 specimens
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      C. Butternut (1)
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      E. Buttercup
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                    DEPARTMENT 14 — FRUIT AND NUTS
                                                SECTION 1 — FRUIT
                                                    COMMITTEE
           Chairman — Carl and Linda Fahnestock, 1188 North Colebrook Rd., Manheim — 664-4356
                                                  Mrs. Diann Stoltzfus
                                                        RULES
  1.   An exhibit of fruit shall be of good size, shape and color; not overgrown, as nearly alike as possible, free
       of blemishes, insects and injury.
  2.   Competition in this department is limited to fruit grown by exhibitor (except Class 10).
  3.   Not more than one exhibit may be entered by an exhibitor in any one category.
  4.   Exhibits will be received by the committee Sunday 2:00-5:00 p.m. and Monday 7:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
  5.   Exhibits may not be removed before 8:30 p.m. Friday.
  6.   A class of fruit shall consist of five specimens unless otherwise noted.
                                                   PREMIUM LIST
       Classes 1-9 & 12:         1st — $4.00        2nd — $3.00        3rd — $2.00
       Classes 10 & 11:          1st — $7.00        2nd — $6.00        3rd — $5.00       4th — $4.00
CLASS                                        U. Summer Rambo                             1. Niagara
 1. APPLES                                   V. Wealthy                                  2. Other
    A. Baldwin                               W. Yorks                            5.   PERSIMMONS — Best of
    B. Cortland                              X. Others                                any variety
    C. Empire                                Y. 5 varieties                           A. American
    D. Fugi                                     1 each of any 5 varieties
                                                                                      B. Oriental
    E. Golden Delicious                         — identified
    F. Granny Smith                          Y. Crabapple — 6                    6.   PLUMS
    G. Grimes Golden                                                             7.   PAW-PAW
                                          2. PEARS                               8.   LARGEST APPLE —
    H. Ida Red
                                             A. Bartlett                              by weight
    I. Jonathan
                                             B. Red Bartlett
    J. Jonagold                                                                  9.   SUN GRAPHICS ON
                                             C. Kiefer
    K. Mcintosh                                                                       APPLES
                                             D. Seckle
    L. Mutsu — Crispin                                                          10.   FRUIT BASKETS — Good
                                             E. Any others
    M. Paradise                                                                       quality, displayed attractively.
    N. Red Delicious                      3. QUINCES
                                             A. Any Variety                           All fresh and natural fruits and
    O. Red Gold                                                                       nuts.
    P. Rome Beauty                        4. GRAPES — Best plate of five
    Q. Royal Gala                            bunches                            11.   DIAMOND DISPLAY —
    R. Smokehouse                            A. Concord                               16 apples, any of class
    S. Stark Jumbo                           B. Red Varieties                         1 variety
    T. Stayman Winesap                       C. White Varieties                 12.   Figs
                                         SECTION 2 — EDIBLE NUTS
  1. All nuts must have been grown by exhibitor within the past year.
  2. All varieties shall consist of 15 specimens unless otherwise noted.
  3. Kernels are to be displayed in pint jars.
                                                PREMIUM LIST
                     Classes 1-10:          1st — $4.00       2nd — $3.00        3rd — $2.00
                     Classes 11 &12:        1st — $5.00       2nd — $4.00        3rd — $2.00
CLASS                                     6. Hicons                             10. Other Nuts
 1. Butternuts                            7. Peanut                             11. Assorted Group of five nut
 2. Chestnuts — Chinese                      A. Spanish                             varieties (4 of each variety)
 3. Hazlenuts                                B. Other                           12. Kernels
 4. Heartnuts                             8. Pecans
                                          9. Walnuts
 5. Hickories
                                             A. Black
    A. Shagbark                              B. English
    B. Shellbark                             C. Other
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     DEPARTMENT 15 — HOME & DAIRY PRODUCTS
                                    SECTION 1 — BAKED PRODUCTS
                                      Chairlady — Mrs. Lorraine Wenzel
             Mrs. Lucille Greiner Mrs. Barbara Hess Mrs. Carol Hess Mrs. Michelle Shenk
        Mrs. Kathy Mogel, Mrs. Audrey Shenk, Orpha Stevens — Chairlady of Sale of Baked Goods
 1. To be judged on flavor, lightness, general appearance, and crumb.
 2. All baked goods will be sold.
 3. All entries should be entered on disposable plates and wrapped. Will not accept on returnable plate.
 4. Decorated cakes judged on appearance only and will be sold on the auction. Decorations must be edible.
 5. All 1st prize entries will be auctioned on Tuesday at 6:15 p.m.
 6. Baked entries will be accepted from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Monday and from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. Tuesday.
 7. Competition in this section is limited to baked goods from Lancaster County.
 8. Entries must be baked or made by person entering them and can only be entered in one category.
                                    Prizes           1st            2nd              3rd           4th
CLASS 1 — BREADS — NO YEAST                        $2.50          $2.00           $1.50         $1.00
    To consist of 1 rectangular loaf or 7 rolls of uniforms shape & size, wrap in plastic bag.
    A. Biscuits               D. Muffins               F. Pumpkin Bread
    B. Coffee Cake            E. Nut Bread             G.Miscellaneous
    C. Date Bread
CLASS 2 — YEAST, BREAD AND ROLLS                   $2.50          $2.00           $1.50         $1.00
    To consist of 1 rectangular loaf or 7 rolls of uniform shape & size, wrap in plastic bag.
    A. Cinnamon Rolls         D. Rye Bread             G.Whole Wheat Bread              J. Miscellaneous
    B. Coffee Cake            E. White Bread           H.Whole Wheat Rolls
    C. Doughnuts              F. White Rolls           I. Sticky Buns
CLASS 3 — BUTTER CAKES — Iced                      $5.00          $4.00           $3.50         $3.00
    A. Chocolate              C. White                 E. Pound Cake                    G.Red Velvet
    B. Spice                  D. Yellow                F. Decorated (no professionals) H.Miscellaneous
CLASS 4 — EGG CAKES — Not Iced                     $5.00          $4.00           $3.50         $3.00
    A. Angel Food             B. Chiffon               C. Sponge

   CLASS 5             PEQAP ANGEL FOOD CAKE CONTEST RULES
    1. Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident. One entry per person
    2. Entry must be an Angel Food Cake made from “scratch.”
    3. Pennsylvania Egg Quality Assurance Program (PEQAP) eggs should try to be used in cake. If at all possible, the
       PEQAP symbol from the egg carton should be submitted along with the entry. If anyone has trouble finding the
       PEQAP eggs, they should consult the store manager to contact PEQAP.
    4. Refrigeration in NOT available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after
       baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distrib-
       uted for consumption after the judging for food safety reasons.
    5. Cake entry must be submitted for judging on cardboard or disposable plate.
    6. Recipe(s) listing all the ingredients, quantities and the preparation instructions must be submitted with
       the entry (printed on one-side of 8-1/2”x11” size paper).
       Entrant’s name, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages.
    7 Judging will be based on the following criteria:
       Flavor (smell, taste, flavoring)                          30 points     First Place Winner is eligible for the 2008 PA
       Inside Characteristics (texture, crunch, lightness)       25 points     Farm Show competition. Prizes for the PA
       Overall Appearance (surface, size, color)                 20 points     State Angel Food Cake Winners:
       Creativity                                                15 points     1st = $500       2nd = $250        3rd = $100
       Topping, Icing or Decoration                              10 points
                                                                             SPONSORS: Pennsylvania Egg Quality Assurance Progam &
     PRIZES:         1st = $30         2nd = $25        3rd = $20                 Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs.


CLASS 7 — PIES                                           1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.50                4th - $2.00
    To be judged on texture of crust and flavor and consistency of filling. No custard, pumpkin pies or lemon meringue.
     A. One crust pie, no cream filling         C. Shoo-fly pie                     E. Cherry
     B. Two crust pie, any kind                 D. Lemon Sponge                     F. Pecan
CLASS 8 — APPLE PIE CONTEST                                         $10.00        $5.00     $4.00        $3.00
    1. Each pie will be judged on the following basis: overall appearance; crust-color, flavor, texture and
doneness; filling-consistency, doneness, flavor; and creativity.
    Creativity is essential to a varied competition. Do not limit your contest to a “traditional” two-crusted apple
pie. We are looking for a variety of fillings in the pies; the pie must include at least 60% apples in the filling.
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Recipe needs to be included with entry.
    Winner asked to participate in 2008 PA Farm Show.
CLASS 9 — CANDY                                              $2.50     $2.00      $1.50     $1.00
Made by exhibitor. Premiums will not be paid for commercial products. One-half pound must be shown.
 A. Chocolate Fudge        C. Fondant         E. Sea Foam       G. Peanut Brittle
 B. Divinity Fudge         D. Light Fudge     F. Mints          H. Peanut Butter Fudge    I. Miscellaneous
CLASS 10 — COOKIES or CUPCAKES (7 on a plate)                $2.50     $2.00      $1.50     $1.00
A. Bar Cookies                 3. Others               using cookie press          H. Sugar Cookies
B. Cupcakes                 C. Dropped Cookies         F. Rolled Cookies           I. Whoppie Pies
   1. White                 D. Filled Cookies          G. Toll House Chocolate J. Brownies
   2. Chocolate             E. Pressed Cookies             Chip Cookies            K. Miscellaneous
                          CLASS 6                                                                        CLASS 13
                   2007 HERSHEY’S COCOA CLASSIC                                            2007 HERSHEY’S COCOA CLASSIC
                   20TH ANNIVERSARY CHOCOLATE                                                20TH ANNIVERSARY COOKIE,
                        CAKE BAKING CONTEST                                                  BROWNIE OR BAR BAKING CONTEST
                                                                                          1. Exhibitor must be an individual (age 8 through and
   1. Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident. One entry                       including 18 years ONLY) who is a Pennsylvania resident. One
      per person                                                                             entry per person.
   2. Entry must be a layered chocolate cake made from “scratch” and                      2. Entry must be a plate of six (6) cookies, brownies or bars made from
      frosted (no mixes).                                                                    “scratch” (no mixes).
   3. A minimum of 1/4 cup of HERSHEY’S COCOA must be used                                3. A minimum of 1/4 cup of HERSHEY’S BAKING CHIPS (any
      and listed as “HERSHEY’S COCOA” in the cake recipe.                                    variety) must be used and listed as “HERSHEY’S” and name the
   4. If chocolate frosting or chocolate drizzle is used, HERSHEY’S                          specific chip variety in the recipe in the cookie-brownie-bar recipe.
      COCOA must be used and listed as “HERSHEY’S COCOA” in                               4. If chocolate frosting or chocolate drizzle is used, HERSHEY’S
      the frosting/drizzle recipe.                                                           COCOA must be used and listed as “HERSHEY’S COCOA” in
   5. If candy, chocolate flavored baking chips or peanut products are                       the frosting/drizzle recipe.
      used, they must be Hersheys, Reese’s or Heath brand products.                       5. If candy, chocolate flavored baking chips or peanut products are
   6. The entire Cake entry must be submitted for judging on cardboard                       used, they must be Hersheys, Reese’s or Heath brand products.
      or a disposable plate.                                                              6. Entry must be submitted for judging on a doily-covered
   7. Recipe(s) must be submitted with the entry (printed on one side of                     cardboard or disposable plate.
      8 1/2 x 11” paper). Recipe must list all ingredients, quantities, and               7. Recipe(s) must be submitted with the entry printed on one side of 8
      the preparation instructions. Entrant’s name, address and phone                        1/2 x 11” paper. Recipe must list all ingredients, quantities, and the
      number must be printed on the back side of all the pages                               preparation instructions. Entrant’s name, address and phone number
   8. Refrigeration in not available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries                    must be printed on the back side of all the pages.
      that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe.             8. Refrigeration in not available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries
      Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for                 that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe.
      comsumption after judging for food safety reasons.                                     Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for
   9. Judging will be based on the following criteria:                                       comsumption after judging food safety reasons.
             Flavor                                 30 points                             9. Judging will be based on the following criteria:
             Moistness and Crumb                    25 points                                      Flavor                                  30 points
             Overall Appearance                     20 points                                      Moistness and Crumb                     25 points
             Consistency (size and shape)           15 points                                      Overall Appearance                      20 points
             Topping or Icing                       10 points                                      Consistency (size and shape)            15 points
                                           Total - 100 points                                      Topping or Icing                        10 points
                                                                                                                                  Total - 100 points
  PRIZES:1st - $25                  2nd - $20                      3rd - $15
                                                                                         PRIZES:1st - $20                    2nd - $15                      3rd - $10
  First Place Winner is eligible for the 2008 PA Farm Show competition.                   First Place Winner is eligible for the 2008 PA Farm Show competition.
      Prizes for the PA State Hershey’s Cocoa Cake Winners:                                 Prizes for the PA State Hershey’s Baking Chips Cookie-Brownie-Bar Winner:
            1st - $500        2nd - $250          3rd - $100                                         1st - $250              2nd - $100                     3rd - $50
             SPONSORS: The Hershey Co., PA Department of Agriculture and                              SPONSORS: The Hershey Co., PA Department of Agriculture and
                  the Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs                                       the Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs


                                                        CLASS 8
                                    20TH ANNUAL BLUE RIBBON APPLE PIE CONTEST RULES
   1. Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident. One entry per person
   2. Entry to be a pie that must include at least 60% apple in the filling. It does not need to be a “traditional” two crusted apple pie and it can have a vari-
      ety of fillings.
   3. The entire pie must be submitted for judging in a disposable pie pan.
   4. Recipe must be submitted with the entry for the pie and pie crust, printed on one side of a 8 1/2 x 11” paper. Recipe must list all ingredients, quan-
      tities, and the preparation instructions. Entrant’s name, address and phone number must be printed in the back side of all the pages.
   5. Refrigeration in not available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries
      will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for comsumption after judging for food safety reasons.
   6. Judging will be based on the following criteria:
           Flavor                                 30 points                 First Place Winner is eligible for the 2008 PA Farm Show competition.
           Filling: consistency, doneness,
                    moistness, & flavor           25 points                      Prizes for the PA State Blue Ribbon Apple Pie Winners:
           Crust: color, flavor,                                            1st - $160          2nd - $100          3rd - $70           4th - $40           5th - $35
                    texture, doneness             20 points                 PA FARM SHOW SPONSORS: The Pennsylvania Apple Marketing Program, The Pennsylvania
           Overall Appearance                     15 points                      Department of Agriculture, and The Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs.
           Creativity                             10 points
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                                                       1st               2nd        3rd       4th
CLASS 11 — MISCELLANEOUS HOME PRODUCTS               $2.50              $2.00     $1.50    $1.00
   A. Butter — one pound           C. Lard — one quart                    E. Potato Chips — one quart
   B. Cheese — 1/2 pound           D. Noodles — one quart                 F. Salted Nuts — 1/2 pint
YOUTH GROUP — Including 18 years                     $2.50              $2.00     $1.50    $1.00
CLASS 12 — COOKIES (7 cookies on plate)
   A. Drop Cookies       C. Cupcakes                                       E. Filled Cookies
   B. Bar Cookies        D. Toll House/Chocolate Chip Cookies              F. Miscellaneous
CLASS 14 — BREAD — One loaf                 CLASS 15 — PIES                         B. Decorated
   A. Quick Bread                                A. One Crust Pie              CLASS 17 — CANDY —
   B. Yeast Bread                                B. Two Crust Pie                   A. Fudge
                                            CLASS 16 — CAKES                        B. Miscellaneous
   C. Miscellaneous                              A. Miscellaneous
         Baked goods will be accepted from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Monday and 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. Tuesday.
                    Baked Goods 1st place winner only will be auctioned Tuesday at 6:15 p.m.
                              SECTION 2 — CANNED OR DRIED PRODUCTS
                                                  COMMITTEE
                                     Chairlady — Georgia Shenk — 665-2392
                                      Carol Ludwig, Lisa Jockers, Betty Myers
                                                      RULES
  1. All canned goods must be in clear, standard (half-pint, pint or quart) canning jars.
  2. Jams, jellies, butters, preserves, conserves & marmalades may be in standard jelly jars and must be heat
     sealed. NO paraffin
  3. All entries must be sealed and include rings that are clean and free from rust.
  4. For the most part, exhibits will not be judged on tasting, but on general appearance such as uniformity of
     food size, color and clearness of liquid. Jars may need to be opened, however, when spoilage is suspected
     or differences among entries are very small. Foods that are opened during judging will be marked by the
     judges and should not be eaten when the event is over. The fair management is not responsible for spoilage
     of any canned goods during exhibition. Any foods that are considered hazardous to consume will be dis-
     posed of including the jar that contains the food.
  5. Exhibits must be labeled with the name of the food, the date preserved and the method of food preserva-
     tion. Examples: 1. Peaches. Hot pack. Boiling water canner - 20 min., July 15, 2007. 2. Spaghetti sauce.
     Hot pack. Pressure canner. 11 pounds pressure - 45 min. July 15, 2007. 3. Dried peaches, Electric dehy-
     drator. July 15, 2007.
  6. All entries must have been preserved within the last 12 months.
  7. Judges will not award a premium unless the exhibit is worthy. Exhibits without competition will be judged
on their own merit and will receive an award only if determined worthy by the judges.
  8. Entries will be received on Sunday from 2 until 5 p.m. and Monday from 7 until 10 a.m.
                                                 PREMIUM LIST
                                               Division 1 — Display
                               Prizes: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.00
CLASS 1 — CANNED FRUIT - A display of canned fruit consisting of five quart jars each containing
               a different kind of fruit.
CLASS 2 — CANNED VEGETABLES - A display of canned vegetables consisting of five quart jars each
               containing a different kind of vegetable.
                                              Division 2 — Individual
                               Prizes: 1st — $3.00 2nd — $2.00 3rd — $1.00
CLASS 1 — FRUIT (include rings on jars) Headspace should be 1/2”.
               NOTE: Clear Jell is the only thickener approved by the USDA for canned pie filling because it
                        allows heat to enter the center of the jar during processing.
 A.   Apples                F.   Cherries, sweet dark     K. Peaches, White               P.   Pineapple
 B.   Applesauce            G.   Cherries, sweet light    L. Pears                        Q.   Plums
 C.   Applesauce, mixed     H.   Fruit Salad              M. Pie Filling, apple           R.   Rhubarb
 D.   Apricots              I.   Grapes                   N. Pie Filling, cherry          S.   Other
 E.   Cherries, sour        J.   Peaches, Yellow          O. Pie Filling, other
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CLASS 2 — BERRIES (include rings on jars) Headspace should be 1/2”.
    A. Blackberries               C. Elderberries       E. Raspberries, red
    B. Blueberries                D. Raspberries, black F. Other
CLASS 3 — VEGETABLES (include rings on jars) Headspace should be 1” with the exception of tomatoes and
sauerkraut which should have 1/2” headspace.
    A. Asparagus                  H. Beets, plain whole O. Sauerkraut        V. Tomatoes, stewed
    B. Beans, cut green           I. Carrots, cut       P. Soup, vegetable   W. Tomatoes, whole
    C. Beans, whole green         J. Carrots, whole     Q. Soup, other       X. Zucchini
    D. Beans, cut yellow          K. Corn, yellow       R. Spinach           Y. Other
    E. Beans, whole yellow        L. Corn, white        S. Succotash
    F. Beans, lima                M. Mixed Vegetables   T. Tomatoes, cut
    G. Beets, plain diced         N. Peas, hulled       U. Tomatoes, crushed
CLASS 4 — JUICES (include rings on jars) Headspace should be 1/4” for apple and grape, 1/2” for other juices.
    A. Apple                      C. Tomato
    B. Grape                      D. Other
CLASS 5 — JAMS (jams are a thick, sweet spread with pieces of crushed or chopped fruit) Jams must be sealed
and include rings. No parafin. Headspace should be 1/4”.
    A. Apple                      G. Grape                  M. Raspberry, red
    B. Apricot                    H. Peach                  N. Strawberry
    C. Blackberry                 I. Pear                   O. Tomato
    D. Blueberry                  J. Pineapple              P. Zucchini
    E. Cherry                     K. Plum                   Q. Other
    F. Elderberry                 L. Raspberry, black
CLASS 6 — JELLIES (jellies are a clear, sweet spread made from fruit juice, pectin and sugar which holds
its shape when unmolded). Jellies must be sealed and include rings on jars. No parafin. Headspace
should be 1/4”.
    A. Apple                      F. Grape                  K. Raspberry, black
    B. Blackberry                 G. Mint                   L. Raspberry, red
    C. Cherry                     H. Peach                  M. Strawberry
    D. Currant                    I. Plum                   N. Other
    E. Elderberry                 J. Quince
CLASS 7 — MARMALADES (marmalades are soft fruit jellies containing small pieces of fruit or peel evenly
suspended in the transparent jelly) Marmalades must be sealed and include rings. Headspace should be 1/4”.
    A. Peach                      C. Grape
    B. Orange                     D. Other
CLASS 8 — CONSERVES (conserves are jam-like products made by cooking two or more fruits with sugar
until the mixture will either round up in a spoon, like jam, or else flake from it as in the jelly test) Conserves
must be sealed and include rings on the jars. No parafin. Headspace should be 1/4”.
    A. Specify fruit content.
CLASS 9 — FRUIT BUTTERS Fruit butters must be sealed and include rings on the jars. Headspace should be 1/4”.
    A. Apple                      D. Peach                  F. Plum
    B. Apricot                    E. Pear                   G. Other
    C. Grape
CLASS 10 — PICKLES AND PICKLED PRODUCTS (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1/2”.
    A. Beans, pickled             G. Pears, spiced          L. Pickles, dill
    B. Beets, pickled             H. Peppers, filled        M. Pickles, whole sour
    C. Cantaloupe, spiced         I. Peppers, hot           N. Pickles, sweet
    D. Chow Chow                  J. Peppers, other         O. Pickles, other
    E. Crabapple, spiced          K. Pickles, bread         P. Watermelon, spiced
    F. Peaches, spiced               & butter               Q. Other
CLASS 11 — VINEGARS (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1/4”.
    A. Fruit                      B. Herb                   C. Other
CLASS 12 — SAUCES (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1/2” with the exception of spaghetti sauce
which should be 1” and tomato sauce which should be 1/4”.
    A. Barbecue                   D. Salsa                  F. Tomato
    B. Chili                      E. Spaghetti              G. Ketchup
    C. Pizza
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CLASS 13 — RELISHES (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1/2”.
   A. Corn                  C. Zucchini
   B. Cucumber              D. Other (specify content)
CLASS 14 — MEATS (include rings on jars.) Headspace should be 1” with the exception of chicken which
should be 1 1/4”.
   A. Beef                  C. Pork                  E. Scrapple
   B. Chicken               D. Sausage               F. Sirloin
CLASS 15 — DRIED FOODS
   A. Apples                G. Onions                M. Tea
   B. Apricots              H. Parsley               N. Tomatoes, red
   C. Beans, kidney         I. Peaches               O. Tomatoes, yellow
   D. Beans, lima           J. Pears                 P. Zucchini
   E. Beans, string         K. Plums                 Q. Other
   F. Corn                  L. Saffron
CLASS 16 — CLASS 17 — HOMEMADE SOAP
    A. Molded
    B. Carved
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                                                               Retail Store & Café
                                                           5253 Main Street, East Petersburg, PA 17520
                                                             717-569-0812 • www.sclydeweaver.com
                                                                 Open at 6 AM, Monday - Saturday.
                                                            Counter-service breakfast & lunch menus.
                                                           Enjoy eating your meal in the café or take-out.

                                                           Come discover our many new cheeses, meats,
                                                           breads, olives, sandwiches, desserts & more!


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                                                                   1655-B Lititz Pike, Lancaster
                                                               392-5244 • Open Monday - Saturday


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                 DEPARTMENT 17 — FLORAL EXHIBITS
                                                COMMITTEE
                               Chairman — Albert and Kathryn Fry — 653-4845
            Kathy Stehman Verna Hostetter Doris Kready Kyra Fry Daphne Fry Lowell Fry
                                                     RULES
 1. The use of or displaying of artificial flowers is prohibited.
 2. Plants positively will not be accepted for exhibition unless they have been growing in containers for two
    months.
 3. Flowers or plants entered for competition must be of more than ordinary standard and quality to be entitled
    to an award.
 4. All entries must be grown by exhibitor except in arrangement classes.
 5. No exhibitor may enter more than one exhibit for competition in any class.
 6. Entries received — Sunday 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. and Monday 7:00 to 10:00 a.m.
 7. Pots not to exceed 10” in width.
 8. Extra large & bushy plants cannot be received.
 9. All entries are limited to Lancaster County.
                                      SECTION 1 — HOUSEPLANTS
Showing Tips — The largest plant is not always the best plant — trim off all dead and faded blooms and leaves.
                  PREMIUMS: 1st — $5.00 2nd — $4.00 3rd — $3.00 4th — $2.00
                                      Best Of Show - Foliage — Rosette
                                 Best Of Show - Flowering Plant — Rosette
CLASS                                                      28. Fern - Boston - including Hanging Basket
   One Crown Only                                          29. Fern - Maidenhair
 1. African Violet - Single - Blue                         30. Fern Asparagus - including hanging basket
 2. African Violet - Single - Pink                         31. Fern - Footed (Rabbit, Deer, etc.)
 3. African Violet - Single - Purple                       32. Fern - any other type - including hanging basket
 4. African Violet - Single - Red                          33. Fruited - Jer. Cherry, Orange, etc.
 5. African Violet - Single - White                        34. Ornamental Pepper
 6. African Violet - Single - Bi-Color                     35. Orchid
 7. African Violet - Single - Lavender                     36. Geranium - any color or variety
 8. African Violet - Double - Red                          37. Hanging Basket - Geranium
 9. African Violet - Double - Blue                         38. Hanging Basket - Foilage
10. African Violet - Double - Pink                         39. Hanging Basket - Swedish Ivy
11. African Violet - Double - Purple                       40. Hanging Basket - Ivy and other variety
12. African Violet - Double - White                        41. Hanging Basket - Spider Plant
13. African Violet - Double - Bi-Color                     42. Hanging Basket - Wandering Jew
14. African Violet - Double - Lavender                     43. Hanging Basket - Blooming
15. Aloevera                                               44. Hanging Basket - Bridal Veil
16. Miniature Violet                                       45. Hanging Basket - Impatiens
17. Baby Tears                                             46. Herb - 1 to 3 plants in a container
18. Begonia - Wax Single and Double - including            47. Impatiens
    hanging basket                                         48. Ivy - Any variety
19. Begonia - Tuberou - including hanging basket           49. Joseph’s Coat
20. Begonia - Large leaf foilage type                      50. Pothos - including hanging basket
21. Begonia - Small leaf foilage type                      51. Shamrock Plant
22. Cactus - 1 plant                                       52. Specimen Foilage Plant - under 24” excl. container
23. Cactus - 1 plant (Holiday or Christmas)                53. Specimen Foliage Plant - over 24”
24. Cactus - 3 or more different plants in 1 container         excl. container
25. Coleus                                                 54. Succulents (Hen and Chicks, Sedum, etc.)
26. Croton                                                 55. Jade
27. Dish Garden - 3 or more foliage plants                 56. Any other Meritorious Flowering houseplant
    in low container                                       57. Any other Meritorious Foilage houseplant
                                   SECTION 2 — SPECIMEN FLOWERS
                  PREMIUMS - 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.50 4th — $2.00
                     Best of show for Dahlia — Rosette, Best of show for Rose — Rosette
                                   Best of show for other Flower — Rosette
Exhibits in these classes must be grown by the exhibitor and must conform to the number of blooms or stems as
specified in each class. Each exhibit should be uniform in size and same color, unless specified otherwise.
NO styrofoam cups may be used.
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CLASS (Please do not use styrofoam cups            44.   Dusty Miller - 3 stems
         for specimen classes)                     45.   Gaillardia - 3 blooms
 1. Ageratum - 3 stems                             46.   Geranium - 3 blooming slips
 2. Asters - 3 blooms                              47.   Gladiolus - 1 spike
 3. Asters - Hardy - 3 stems                       48.   Hydrangea - 2 blooms
 4. Bells of Ireland - 1 stem                      49.   Impatiens - 3 slips
 5. Berry-bearing shrubs, Firethorn, etc. -        50.   Lisianthus - 1 stem
    1 stem under 20”                               51.   Marigolds - Large yellow - 3 blooms
 6. Butterfly Bush Flower - 3 stems                52.   Marigolds - Large orange - 3 blooms
 7. Holly - 1 stem under 20”                       53.   Marigolds - Small bi-color - 3 blooms
 8. Calendula - 3 blooms                           54.   Marigolds - Small yellow - 3 blooms
 9. Celosia - Crested red - 1 bloom                55.   Marigolds - Small orange - 3 blooms
10. Celosia - Crested pink - 1 bloom               56.   Marigolds - Single - 3 blooms
11. Celosia - Crested - any other color            57.   Nasturtium - 3 blooms
12. Celosia - Plume red - 3 blooms                 58.   Pansy - 3 blooms
13. Celosia - Plume yellow, Plume orange -         59.   Petunia - Solid color - 3 blooms
    3 blooms                                       60.   Petunia - Bi-color - varigated - 3 blooms
14. Celosia - Plume pink, etc. - 3 blooms          61.   Rose - Hybrid Tea - Red - 1 stem
15. Celosia - Spikes - 3 stems                     62.   Rose - Hybrid Tea - Pink - 1 stem
16. Cleome - Spiderflower - 3 blooms               63.   Rose - Hybrid Tea - Orange - 1 stem
17. Chrysanthemums - Large flowers - 3 blooms      64.   Rose - Hybrid Tea - White - 1 stem
18. Chrysanthemums - Medium flowers - 3 blooms     65.   Rose - Hybrid Tea - Yellow - 1 stem
19. Chrysanthemums - Small flowers - 3 blooms      66.   Rose - Hybrid Tea - Yellow Peace - 1 stem
20. Chrysanthemums - Button - 3 blooms             67.   Rose - Hybrid Tea - Lavender - 1 stem
21. Chrysanthemums - 3 sprays                      68.   Rose - Hybrid Tea - Bi-color - 1 stem
22. Coleus - Large leaf - 3 slips                  69.   Rose - Old English Shrub - 1 stem
23. Coleus - Small leaf - 3 slips                        (can have more than 1 bloom)
24. Coleus - Fringed leaf - 3 slips                70.   Rose - Miniature - any color - 1 stem
25. Coreopsis - 3 blooms                           71.   Rose - Bouquet - any color - 6 blooms
26. Cosmos - 3 blooms                              72.   Rose - (Miniature) Bouquet - any color -
27. Gerber Daisies - 3 blooms                            6 blooms
28. Daisies - any other type - 3 blooms            73.   Salvia - (Sage) - red - 3 spikes
29. Dahlia - Cactus - 1 bloom - large 8”-10”       74.   Salvia - (Sage) - any other color - 3 spikes
30. Dahlia - Cactus - 1 bloom - medium 6”-8”       75.   Salvia - (Sage) - blue - 3 spikes
31. Dahlia - Cactus - 1 bloom - small 4”-6”        76.   Sedum - 3 stalks
32. Dahlia - Cactus - same or mixed colors -       77.   Snapdragons - standard - 3 spikes (no wild
    3 blooms                                             snapdragons)
33. Dahlia - Decorative - 1 bloom - large 8”-10”   78.   Strawflowers - Daisy type - 3 blooms -
34. Dahlia - Decorative - 1 bloom - medium 6”-8”         fresh, no wire
35. Dahlia - Decorative - 1 bloom - small 4”-6”    79.   Strawflowers - Clover type - 3 blooms -
36. Dahlia - Decorative - same or mixed color -          fresh, no wire
    3 blooms                                       80.   Vinca - 3 stems
37. Dahlia - Pompom - 1 bloom                      81.   Yarrow - dried - 3 blooms
38. Dahlia - Pompom - 3 blooms                     82.   Zinnias - large - 3 blooms
39. Dahlia - Single - 1 bloom                      83.   Zinnias - medium - 3 blooms
40. Dahlia - Single - 3 blooms                     84.   Zinnias - small - 3 blooms
41. Dahlia - Collarette - 1 bloom                  85.   Zinnias - bi-color or novelty - 3 blooms
42. Dahlia - Collarette - 3 blooms                 86.   Any other flower specimens - 3 blooms or stems,
43. Dianthus - 3 blooms                                  but not listed in any other class




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                                SECTION 3 — ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS
                  PREMIUMS - 1st — $6.00 2nd — $5.00 3rd — $4.00 4th — $3.00
                                          BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE
  1.   Arrangement - Centerpiece Fresh Flowers            14. Most artistic arrangement fresh or dried
  2.   Arrangement - Featuring one or more candles        15. Dried Mounted Arrangement
  3.   Arrangement - Foilage - no flowers                 16. Pressed Flowers under Glass
  4.   Arrangement - Dried Materials                      17. Dried Flower under Glass
  5.   Basket Arrangement - Dried Materials               18. Terrarium - in covered glass container
  6.   Arrangement - Thanksgiving - Fresh or Dried        19. Wreath - Nut or Pinecone
       accessories permitted                              20. Wreath - Burlap
  7.   Arrangement - Fresh herb - 3 or more varieties     21. Wreath - Cornhusk
  8.   Arrangement - Miniature - Fresh flowers - under 4” 22. Wreath - Grapevine
  9.   Arrangement - Miniature - Dried materials -        23. Wreath - Dried Herbs
       under 4”                                           24. Wreath - Straw
10.    Arrangement - Depicting Farming - Fresh or         25. Wreath - Dried Materials
       Dried         accessories permitted                26. Wreath - Twine
11.    Arrangement - fresh flowers 1 side                 27. Wildflower Arrangement
12.    Door Arrangement - Fresh or Dried
13.    Arrangement in most unusual container              NOTE: Wreath may include ribbon, bow, natural or
       (Dried or Fresh)                                   dried materials only.

                                 SECTION 4 — CHILDREN’S CLASSES
                  PREMIUMS: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.50 4th — $2.00
                                        BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE
Child must be in kindergarten - sixth grades. The use of artificial flowers is prohibited.
CLASS
 1. Arrangement - In animal container - Fresh                8. Arrangement - Fall - Fresh or Dried
    Grades K-3                                                  Grades 4-6
 2. Arrangement - In animal container - Fresh                9. Arrangement - Depicting a sport - Fresh or
    Grades 4-6                                                  Dried Grades K-3
 3. Arrangement - Unusual container - Fresh                10. Arrangement - Depicting a sport - Fresh or
    Grades K-3                                                  Dried Grades 4-6
 4. Arrangement - Unusual container - Fresh                11. Arrangement - Miniature - under 4” - Fresh or
    Grades 4-6                                                  Dried Grades K-3
 5. Arrangement - Halloween - Fresh or Dried               12. Arrangement - Miniatures - under 4” - Fresh or
    Grades K-3                                                  Dried Grades 4-6
 6. Arrangement - Halloween - Fresh or Dried               13. Cactus - 1 or more plants
    Grades 4-6                                             14. Terrarium
 7. Arrangement - Fall - Fresh or Dried                    15. Wreath - Fresh or Dried - materials may include
    Grades K-3                                                  ribbon and a bow
                                     SECTION 5 — YOUTH CLASSES
                  PREMIUMS: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.50 4th — $2.00
                                         BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE
Youth in grades 7-12. The use of artificial flowers is prohibited.
CLASS
 1. Terrarium                                                7. Arrangement - Depicting a sport - Fresh or Dried
 2. Dish Garden - 3 plants in one container                  8. Arrangement - Depicting a Holiday - Fresh or Dried
 3. Cactus - 1 or more plants in one container               9. Arrangement - In an unusual container
 4. Succulents - 1 plant                                   10. Arrangement - Fresh Flowers
                                                           11. Arrangement - Dried Materials
 5. Arrangement - Miniature - Fresh under 4”               12. Wreath - Fresh - Dried materials may include
 6. Arrangement - Miniature - Dried under 4”                    ribbon and a bow.



           Don’t Miss Family Night - Thursday, October 11
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                        MANHEIM FARM SHOW
             7th ANNUAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN COMPETITION
                           Professional and Youth Categories
                                  2007 Design Theme “Butterfly Garden”
1. Entry deadline - September 10, 2007. Contact Deb Seibert - MCHS - 665-3065.
2. Youth Landscapes Division - Maximum space will be 20’wide x 20’ deep. Youth: Current member(s) of
     the Manheim FFA.
3. No holes can be dug in the ground. Cleanup is the responsibility of the exhibitors.
4. Setup will be the week before Farm Show starts. The Manheim Farm Show will provide benches and elec-
     tricity and lighting for evening visitors.
5. Judging will take place on Monday, October 8. Judges will be from the horticulture industry. See score-
     card for judging criteria.
6. Exhibitors will be allowed to distribute promotional material about their business.
                                           YOUTH PRIZES
                                         1st Place           $250.00
                                       2nd Place              200.00
                                        3rd Place             150.00
                                    4th-6th Place             100.00

                                 Special ribbons for Youth categories:
                 Best Design, Best Plant Material Selection, Best Non-Living Material.

JUDGE SCORE

    Design (300 points)
    Arrangement of materials give the exhibit a beauty, harmony, and balance        150 points
    Exhibit is consistent with theme                                                 75 points
    Exhibit shows originality (unique and distinct)                                  75 points

    Plant Materials (300 points)
    Plant materials show suitability to the exhibit                                  75 points
    Plant materials are of good quality and balled or in containers                  75 points
    Appropriate application/placement of plant materials is used                     75 points
    New and/or uncommon plant material is used                                       25 points
    Appropriate seasonability considered in plant material                           25 points
    Required minimum plant materials used                                            25 points

    Nonliving Materials (200 points)
    Appropriate materials blend with exhibit and/or theme                            50 points
    Nonliving material does not overpower exhibit                                    50 points
    Construction shows quality workmanship                                           50 points
    Nonliving material is appealing to the eye                                       50 points
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         QUILT BLOCK CONTEST
Help us make a quilt to raise money for the Manheim Farm Show. Pick up a blank quilt
block at the Manheim Rec commission, next to the Farm Show buildings, and start using
your creativity. The theme is FARM ANIMALS. Feel free to use any of the methods list-
ed below. Please be sure to include your name, at least 1/2” in from the edge
of the block. Use a fabric marker to write your name, not a ball point pen. At
the end of the farm show, all of the patches will be given to Alice Bross from
“Stitch and Craft.” She will make the patches into one or two quilts. In 2008 the
quilt will be on display at the farm show and sold that week at the auction. The
proceeds from the quilt will go to help cover costs of the farm show.
The finished blocks may be brought to the Farm Show on Sunday, October
7 from 2 to 5 p.m., or Monday, October 8 from 8 to 10 a.m. Bring the patch-
es to the “Fancy Works” room. Judging will take place on Monday. After the
judging is completed, the blocks will be on display for the remainder of the
week in the “Fancy Works” building.
If you have any questions, please call Denise Hess at 665-7295.
Theme: FARM ANIMALS
                                                   Prizes
                            1st            2nd             3rd           4th
                          $3.50           $3.00           $2.50         $2.00
               A. Appliance                 B. Pieced                      C. Embroidery
                  1. Machine                    1. Traditional                1.Hand
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                      DEPARTMENT 18 — NEEDLECRAFT,
                         DOMESTIC AND FINE ARTS
                                       DIVISION A — FANCYWORK
                                               COMMITTEE
                                    Chairlady — Denise Hess — 665-7295
                                                  RULES
 1. Article must be completed by exhibitor since September 2006.
 2. Articles that have taken premiums previously cannot compete again.
 3. Entries will be received Sunday 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. and Monday morning 7:30 to 10:00 a.m.
 4. The judges may withhold any premium for lack of merit or may award second or third premium
    only, if deemed best.
 5. Each exhibit to consist of one item.
 6. Pictures must be framed and wired for hanging.
 7. Pick up after 8:30 p.m. Friday.
 8. ONLY NEEDLEWORK ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
                                        SECTION 1 — CLOTHING
CLASS                                                   1st     2nd        3rd         4th
 1. APRONS                                           $1.50    $1.25      $1.00        $.75
    A. Child’s Apron
    B. Fancy Apron
    C. Half Apron
    D. Kitchen Apron
 2. CHILDREN’S CLOTHING                                 1st     2nd        3rd         4th
    A. Boy’s 2 piece Outfit                          $5.00    $4.00      $3.00       $2.50
    B. Girl’s 2 piece Outfit
    C. Coat
    D. Girl’s Dress (Infant to size 3)
    E. Girl’s Dress (size 4-8)
    F. Girl’s Dress (size 9-14)
    G. Smocked Dress
    H. Special Occasion Outfit
    I. Shirt, Blouse, Sweatshirt                     $3.00    $2.50      $2.00       $1.50
    J. Jumpers
    K. Play Clothes
 3. COATS                                               1st     2nd        3rd         4th
    A. Cotton                                        $6.00    $5.00      $4.00       $3.00
    B. Synthetic
    C. Wool
 4. DRESSES                                             1st     2nd        3rd         4th
    A. Better Dresses                                $5.50    $5.00      $4.50       $4.00
        1. Casual
        2. Dressy
    B. Cotton House Dress
    C. Evening Dress
    D. Wedding Dress                                 $6.00    $5.50      $5.00       $4.50
    E. Silk or Blend Fabric Dress                      5.50    5.00       4.50        4.00
    F. Wool Dress                                      5.50    5.00       4.50        4.00
    G. Knit Fabric Dress
    H. Two-Piece Dress
        1. Cotton Dress
        2. Blend Fabric Dress
        3. Silk Dress
        4. Wool Dress
    I. Jumper/Jumpsuit
 5. SUITS                                               1st     2nd        3rd         4th
    A. Blend Fabric Suit                             $6.00    $5.50      $5.00       $4.50
    B. Cotton Suit
    C. Synthetic Fabric Suit
    D. Wool Suit
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 6. LINGERIE                                      1st  2nd      3rd           4th
    A. Child’s Pajamas                          $2.50 $2.00   $1.50         $1.00
    B. Girl’s Nightgown
    C. Housecoat
    D. Lady’s Nightgown
    E. Lady’s Pajamas
    F. Man’s Pajamas
 7. SKIRTS AND BLOUSES                            1st  2nd      3rd           4th
    A. Dressy Cotton Blouse                     $3.50 $3.00   $2.50         $2.00
    B. Cotton Shirt
    C. Silk or Blend Blouse with Sleeves
    D. Blouse - Sleeveless
    E. Blouse with Sleeves
    F. Culottes/Shorts
    G. Cotton or Cotton Blend Skirt
    H. Synthetic Fabric
    I. Wool Skirt
    J. Lady’s Slacks
    K. Sports/Exercise Outfit
    L. Jacket
       1. Unlined
       2. Lined
    M.Vest
 8. MEN’S GARMENTS                                1st  2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Shirt                                    $3.50 $3.00   $2.50         $2.00
    B. Slacks
    C. Sport/Exercise Outfit
    D. Sport Coat
    E. Suit
 9. COSTUMES
    A. Childrens
    B. Adults
                                    SECTION 2 — NEEDLEWORK
CLASS                                             1st  2nd      3rd           4th
 1. CENTERPIECES (under 12”)                    $3.50 $3.00   $2.50         $2.00
    A. Crochet Edge
    B. Crochet (solid)
    C. Embroidered
    D. Solid Tatting
    E. Loom
    F. Misc.
 2. CENTERPIECES (over 12”)                       1st  2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Crochet edge                             $4.50 $4.00   $3.50         $3.00
    B. Crochet (solid)
    C. Embroidered
    D. Solid Tatting
    E. Loom
    F. Misc.
 3. HANDKERCHIEFS                                 1st  2nd     3rd             4th
    A. Crochet Edge                             $2.00 $1.50   $1.00           $.75
    B. Embroidered
    C. Tatting-edge
    D. Misc.
 4. PILLOWCASES                                   1st  2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Crochet Edge                             $2.50 $2.00   $1.50         $1.00
    B. Embroidered
    C. Misc.
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  5. DRESSER SCARFS                        1st    2nd     3rd      4th
     A. Crocheted edge                   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50   $1.00
     B. Crocheted (solid)
     C. Embroidered
     D. Misc.
  6. TABLECLOTHS                           1st    2nd     3rd      4th
     A. Crocheted edge                   $4.00   $3.50   $3.00   $2.50
     B. Embroidered
     C. Misc.
  7. TOWELS                                1st    2nd     3rd      4th
     A. Crochet edge                     $2.50   $2.00   $1.50   $1.00
     B. Embroidered
     C. Misc.
  8. PILLOWS                               1st    2nd     3rd      4th
     A. Crewel                           $3.50   $3.00   $2.50   $2.00
     B. Crocheted
     C. Embroidered
     D. Knitted
     E. Novelty
     F. Woven
     G. Needlepoint
     H. Patchwork
     I. Counted Cross-Stitch
     J. Bargello
     K. Quilted
  9. KNITTING AND CROCHETING               1st    2nd     3rd      4th
     A. Knit Afghan                      $6.00   $5.00   $4.00   $3.00
        1. Ripple
        2. Misc.
     B. CROCHETED AFGHAN
        1. Afghan Stitch
        2. Granny Square
        3. Ripple
        4. Embroidered
        5. Misc.
     C. Baby Afghan                        1st    2nd     3rd      4th
        1. Crocheted                     $5.00   $4.00   $3.00   $2.00
        2. Knitted
        3. Misc.
     D. HAT OR CAP                         1st    2nd     3rd      4th
        1. Crocheted                     $2.00   $1.50   $1.00    $.75
        2. Knitted
     E. BUNTING                            1st    2nd     3rd      4th
        1. Crocheted                     $4.00   $3.00   $2.00   $1.00
        2. Knitted
     F. COAT                               1st    2nd     3rd      4th
        1. Crocheted                     $4.00   $3.00   $2.00   $1.00
        2. Knitted
     G. DRESS (CHILD’S OR ADULT’S)         1st    2nd     3rd      4th
        1. Crocheted                     $3.00   $2.00   $1.50   $1.00
        2. Knitted
     H. ADULT - HAT,
        GLOVES, SCARF                      1st    2nd     3rd      4th
        1. Crocheted                     $3.00   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50
        2. Knitted
     I. SCARF                              1st    2nd     3rd      4th
        1. Crocheted                     $3.00   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50
        2. Knitted
     J. Novelty Scarf
        1. Crocheted
        2. Knitted
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    K. Gloves or Mittens
       1. Crocheted
       2. Knitted
    L. Child’s Hat, Gloves, Scarf
       1. Crocheted
       2. Knitted
    M.SWEATERS                        1st    2nd      3rd           4th
       1. Infants (0-1 year)        $3.00   $2.50   $2.00         $1.50
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted
       2. Child’s Vest
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted
       3. Child’s Slip-On
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted                  1st    2nd     3rd            4th
       4. Child’s Cardigan          $4.00   $3.00   $2.00         $1.00
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted
       5. Lady’s Vest
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted
       6. Lady’s Slip-On
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted
       7. Lady’s Cardigan
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted
       8. Man’s Vest
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted
       9. Man’s Slip-On
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted
      10. Man’s Cardigan
          A. Crocheted
          B. Knitted
    N. SWEATER, CAP
       AND/OR BOOTIE SET              1st    2nd     3rd            4th
       1. Crocheted                 $4.00   $3.00   $2.00         $1.00
       2. Knitted
    O. SOCK, SLIPPERS & BOOTIES       1st    2nd     3rd             4th
       1. Adult’s                   $2.00   $1.50   $1.00           $.75
       2. Child’s
    P. STOLE & SHAWL                  1st    2nd     3rd             4th
       1. Adult’s                   $2.00   $1.50   $1.00           $.75
       2. Child’s
10. QUILTS                            1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Plain Quilting               $9.00   $8.00   $7.00         $6.00
    B. Hand Appliqued
    C. Machine Appliqued
    D. Patchwork
    E. Embroidered
    F. Novelty
    G. Machine Quilted
    H. Rag Quilt
11. BABY QUILTS                       1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Novelty                      $6.00   $5.00   $4.00         $3.00
    B. Patchwork
    C. Embroidered
    D. Rag Quilt
    E. Misc.
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 Representing 200+
 Companies including:
Alo
American IMC
CaseIH
                                     Quality
                                         Equipment - Parts - Service
Bradco                                                              Series Tractors
Brillion                                                       BX   18 - 23 hp
                                                                    4WD
Bri-Mar
Briggs & Stratton
Bush Hog
Cam Spray Washers
CareTree
Centruy Welding
Cub Cadet
Danuser
Demco                                                                     GR2000/2100
                                                                                 20 - 21 hp
Dutch Brothers                                                                   Glide Steer
                                                                                 Tight turning radius
Ferris                                                                           All wheel traction

Haybuster
Horst Welding
J&L Bale Feeders
Krone
Kubota
McMillen                                  RTV 900
                                           Hydrostatic Drive
Millcreek                                  Power Steering
                                           4x4
Miller - Miller Pro
Mensch Scrapers
New Holland Ag
New Holland Const.
Newton Crouch
Pacer Pumps
Pequea
Portable Generators
Reddy Heater
Power Washers
Steiner Tractors
Stihl Outdoor Power                      “a helping hand with your land”
Tecumseh
Tiger Power
tonutti
Troybilt                                  www.messicks.com
Truck Craft                                187 Merts Drive, Elizabethtown, PA 17022
Underferth                                      800-222-3373 717-367-1319                               S488747
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12. QUILTED WALL HANGING                    $5.00   $4.00   $3.00         $2.00
13. BEDSPREADS OR COVERLETS                   1st    2nd      3rd           4th
     A. Crocheted                           $6.00   $5.00   $4.00         $3.00
     B. Knitted
     C. Embroidered
     D. Misc.
     E. Crib Size                           $5.00   $4.00   $3.00         $2.00
 14. MISCELLANEOUS                            1st    2nd      3rd           4th
     A. Stuffed toys                        $3.50   $3.00   $2.50         $2.00
     B. Fabric dolls
     C. Doll clothes
     D. Other toys (Needlework)
     E. Counted Cross-Stitch
     F. Patchwork
     G. Holiday Item (Needlework)
     H. Useful Item (Needlework)
     I. Handbags (Needlework)
     J. Fashion Accessories
 15. PICTURES UNDER 12”                       1st    2nd     3rd            4th
     A. Crewel                              $4.00   $3.00   $2.00         $1.00
     B. Bargello
     C. Embroidery
     D. Needlepoint
     E. Cross-Stitch
     F. Counted Cross-Stitch
     G. Quilted
     H. Sampler
     I. Other
 16. PICTURES OVER 12”                        1st    2nd     3rd            4th
     A. Crewel                              $5.00   $4.00   $3.00         $2.00
     B. Bargello
     C. Embroidery
     D. Needlepoint
     E. Cross-Stitch
     F. Counted Cross-Stitch
     G. Quilted
     H. Sampler
     I. Other
 17. WALLHANGING                              1st    2nd     3rd            4th
     A. Applique                            $5.00   $4.00   $3.00         $2.00
     B. Candlewick
     C. Embroidered
     D. Crocheted
     E. Counted Cross-Stitch
     F. Other
                                    SECTION 3 — RUGS
CLASS                                         1st   2nd      3rd            4th
 1. HOOKED                                 $5.00   $4.00    $3.00         $2.00
 2. BRAIDED
 3. CROCHETED
 4. LATCHED
 5. WOVEN
 6. MATS                                $3.50   $3.00   $2.50             $2.00
                     SECTION 4 — CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND UNDER
 1.   TERRY CLOTH TRAVEL KIT            $2.50   $2.00   $1.50             $1.00
 2.   TOTE BAG
 3.   BLOUSE/SHIRT
 4.   SKIRT
 5.   JUMPER/SLEEVELESS DRESS           $3.00   $2.50   $2.00             $1.50
 6.   DRESS WITH SLEEVES                $4.00   $3.00   $2.00             $1.50
 7.   TWO-PIECE OUTFIT
 8.   JACKET/COAT
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 9. SHORTS/CULOTTES
10. PANTS
11. PICTURES
    A. Counted Cross-Stitch                B. Embroidery     C. Crewel      D. Needlepoint
12. Pillows
    A. Latched                             B. Patchwork      C. Novelty     D. Crochet
    E. Knitted                             F. Misc.
13. Stuffed Toys
14. Rugs
15. Wall Hangings
16. Quilts
17. Useful Article
18. Knit/Crocheted Item
19. Misc.                                                  $2.50    $2.00   $1.50        $1.00
20. Fashion Accessories
                                         SECTION 5 — YOUTH (AGES 13 thru 18)
                                              DIVISION A — CLOTHING
CLASS                                                      1st   2nd         3rd           4th
 1. APRON                                                $3.00  $2.50     $2.00          $1.50
 2. SLEEVELESS BLOUSE
 3. DRESSY COTTON BLOUSE
 4. COTTON SHIRT/BLOUSE
 5. SILK OR BLEND BLOUSE WITH SLEEVES
 6. VEST
 7. CULOTTES
 8. JEAN OR JEAN SKIRT
 9. SKIRT
    A. Cotton
    B. Blends
    C. Wool
10. JUMPSUIT                             1st   2nd                            3rd          4th
11. DRESSY COTTON DRESS                $5.00  $4.00                         $3.00        $2.00
12. CASUAL COTTON DRESS
13. WOOL DRESS
14. SILK OR BLEND FABRIC DRESS
15. EVENING DRESS
16. TWO-PIECE COTTON DRESS
17. TWO-PIECE SYNTHETIC DRESS
18. TWO-PIECE WOOL DRESS
19. JUMPER
20. SLACKS, TROUSERS
21. COAT
    A. Cotton
    B. Synthetic
    C. Wool
22. SUIT                                 1st   2nd                           3rd           4th
    A. Cotton                          $5.00  $4.00                         $3.00        $2.00
    B. Synthetic
    C. Wool
23. PANT SUIT
    A. Cotton
    B. Synthetic
    C. Wool                              1st   2nd                           3rd           4th
24. BLAZER OR JACKET                   $4.50  $4.00                         $3.50        $3.00
    A. Lined
    B. Unlined
                           DIVISION B — NEEDLEWORK
CLASS                                    1st   2nd                           3rd           4th
 1. AFGHAN                             $6.00  $5.00                         $4.00        $3.00
    A. Knitted
    B. Crocheted
    C. Misc.
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 2. CARDIGAN SWEATER                         1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Knitted                             $4.00   $3.00   $2.00         $1.00
    B. Crocheted
 3. SLIP-ON SWEATER                          1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Knitted                             $4.00   $3.00   $2.00         $1.00
    B. Crocheted
 4. SLEEVELESS SWEATER OR VEST               1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Knitted                             $3.00   $2.50   $2.00         $1.50
    B. Crocheted
 5. HAT OR CAP
 6. MITTENS OR GLOVES
 7. SCARF
 8. SLIPPERS OR BOOTIES
 9. HAT AND GLOVE SET
10. PILLOW                                   1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Crewel                              $3.00   $2.50   $2.00         $1.50
    B. Crochet
    C. Embroidered
    D. Knitted
    E. Novelty
    F. Woven
    G. Needlepoint
    H. Patchwork
    I. Counted Cross-Stitch
11. MISCELLANEOUS                            1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Stuffed Toy                         $3.50   $3.00   $2.50         $2.00
    B. Fabric Dolls
    C. Other Toys (needlework)
    D. Counted Cross-Stitch
    E. Patchwork
    F. Holiday Item (needlework)
    G. Useful Articles
    H. Handbags (needlework)
    I. Fashion Accessories
12. PICTURES UNDER 12”                       1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Crewel                              $3.50   $3.00   $2.50         $2.00
    B. Bargello
    C. Embroidery
    D. Needlepoint
    E. Cross-Stitch
    F. Counted Cross-Stitch
    G. Quilted
    H. Other
13. PICTURES OVER 12”                        1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Crewel                              $5.00   $4.00   $3.00         $2.00
    B. Bargello
    C. Embroidery
    D. Needlepoint
    E. Cross-Stitch
    F. Counted Cross-Stitch
    G. Quilted
    H. Other
14. WALL HANGING                             1st    2nd     3rd            4th
    A. Applique                            $4.00   $3.00   $2.00         $1.50
    B. Quilted Patchwork
    C. Embroidered
    D. Crocheted
    E. Counted Cross-Stitch
    F. Other
15. BEDSPREADS OR COVERLETS                $5.00  $4.00    $3.00         $2.00
16. QUILT                                   7.00   6.00     5.00          4.00
                                   DIVISION C — RUGS
CLASS                                        1st   2nd       3rd           4th
 1. RUGS                                   $5.00  $4.00    $3.00         $2.00
 2. MATS                                    2.00   1.50     1.25          1.00

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 DEPARTMENT 19 — FINE ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY
                                   SECTION 1 — KINDERGARTEN-ADULT
                                                  COMMITTEE
                               Co-Chairpersons — Jim & Cindy Barrett — 898-8501
                          ACCEPTING ENTRIES ONLY: SUNDAY 2:00 TO 5:00 P.M.
 PICK UP TIME Friday AFTER THE CLOSE OF THE SHOW 8:30 - 10 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. - noon.
 1. ALL ENTRIES:
     A. Must be the work of the exhibitor from Lancaster County.
     B. Must have been done within the last year.
     C. Must not have been previously shown in the Manheim Farm Show.
     D. Must not be made from a manufactured object, for example; a ceramic mold, kit, paint by numbers.
     E. Must be entered to class appropriate to the exhibitor’s age at the time the work was done.
     F. All photographs must have been taken within the past year.
 2. Exhibitors may enter three items, but not more than one per category.
 3. Mounted work is preferred in classes 1-5; matted work must have some sort of hanging device; framed work
     must be wired for hanging. Should these guidelines not be followed, the committee will assume no
     responsibility if the piece is damaged.
 4. Adult division only; any flatwork not mounted, matted, AND framed will not be accepted.
 5. All photography must be framed with a strong durable hanger (saw tooth not reliable or recommended).
 6. The committee reserves the right not to give awards if the category is not adequately exhibited.
 7. Committee Chairman may refuse any entries not worthy of exhibition or deemed not to fit a category.
 8. Decision of Committee Chairperson is final.
                                   SECTION 1 — KINDERGARTEN-ADULT
                                                    AWARDS
”BEST OF SHOW ROSETTES”
All best of show will be awarded to the first place in the categories as follows:
    Youth - 17 yrs 18 yrs. & older All photography
    Ages 5-7          Ages 8-9          Ages 10-12       Ages 13-14              Ages 15-17   Adult (18 & over)
   1 - $1.00          1 - $1.50          1 - $2.00          1 - $2.00             1 - $4.00        1 - $5.00
   2 - $.75           2 - $1.00          2 - $1.00          2 - $1.50             2 - $2.00        2 - $3.00
   3 - $.50           3 - $.75           3 - $.75           3 - $1.00             3 - $1.00        3 - $2.00
   4 - Ribbon         4 - $.50           4 - $.50           4 - $.75              4 - $.75         4 - $1.00
CLASS 1 — AGES 5-7
Categories are defined as follows:
     A. Drawing - black & white or colored pencil                F. Mixed Media
     B. Drawing - crayon, chalk, pastels or charcoal             G. Print Making
     C. Drawing - markers or ink                                 H. 3D Functional - any medium
     D. Painting - tempera, watercolor or acrylic                I. 3D Sculpture - any medium
     E. Cut paper
CLASS 2 — AGES 8-9
Categories are defined as follows:
     A. Drawing - black & white or colored pencil                F. Mixed Media
     B. Drawing - crayon, chalk, pastels or charcoal             G. Print Making
     C. Drawing - markers or ink                                 H. 3D Functional - any medium
     D. Painting - tempera, watercolor or acrylic                I. 3D Sculpture - any medium
     E. Cut paper
CLASS 3 — AGES 10-12
Categories are defined as follows:
     A. Drawing - black & white or colored pencil                F. Mixed Media
     B. Drawing - crayon, chalk, pastels or charcoal             G. Print Making
     C. Drawing - markers or ink                                 H. 3D Functional - any medium
     D. Painting - tempera, watercolor or acrylic                I. 3D Sculpture - any medium
     E. Cut paper
CLASS 4 — AGES 13-14
Categories are defined as follows:
     A. Drawing - black & white or colored pencil                F. Mixed Media
     B. Drawing - crayon, chalk, pastels or charcoal             G. Print Making
     C. Drawing - markers or ink                                 H. 3D Functional - any medium
     D. Painting - tempera, watercolor or acrylic                I. 3D Sculpture - any medium
     E. Cut paper
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CLASS 5 — AGES 15-17
Categories are defined as follows:
   A. Drawing - black & white or colored pencil                F. Mixed Media
   B. Drawing - crayon, chalk, pastels or charcoal             G. Print Making
   C. Drawing - markers or ink                                 H. 3D Functional - any medium
   D. Painting - tempera, watercolor or acrylic                I. 3D Sculpture - any medium
   E. Cut paper
CLASS 6 — ADULT - Categories are defined as follows:
   A. Portrait                                                 G. Chalk/Pastel/Charcoal
   B. Oil                                                      H. Prints - Woodcuts, silkscreen or etching
   C. Acrylic                                                  I. Mixed Media
   D. Watercolor                                               J. 3D Functional - any medium
   E. Ink                                                      K. 3D Sculpture - any medium
   F. Pencil - black & white or colored
CLASS 7 — PHOTOGRAPHY (all camera types) - AGES 13-17
   A. Animals                                                  D. People
   B. Botanicals                                               E. Structures
   C. Landscapes/Seascapes                                     F. Farm Life/Manheim Farm Show
CLASS 8 — PHOTOGRAPHY (all camera types) - ADULT
   A. Animals                                                  D. People
   B. Botanicals                                               E. Structures
   C. Landscapes/Seascapes                                     F. Farm Life/Manheim Farm Show
CLASS 9 — PHOTOGRAPHY - DIGITALLY MANIPULATED
            (original photo must be part of the exhibit)
   A. Digitally Altered (cropping and color change i.e. sepia tones are not alterations)
   B. Color Enhanced
   C. Complete Disortion
CLASS 10 — DECORATIVE PAINTING - AGES 15-ADULT
   A. Original design on any surface
   B. Interpreted design on any surface
                                      SECTION 2 — WOODWORK
                                                COMMITTEE
                                Chairman — Shawn Haldeman — 665-7195
                                                  RULES
 1. Entries must have been constructed by exhibitor since September 1, 2006.
 2. Exhibitor may enter one project in any class of his division.
 3. Entries must be received Sunday, 2:00 to 5:00 P.M.
                                        JUNIOR HIGH DIVISION
CLASS 1                                      1st             2nd              3rd
   Carving and Whittling                  $4.00             $3.00           $2.00
CLASS 2
   Lathe Turning                            4.00             3.00            2.00
CLASS 3
   Furniture                                8.00             6.00            5.00
CLASS 4
   Small Project                            4.00             3.00            2.00
   (birdhouses, shelves, toys, novelties, etc.)
                                        SENIOR HIGH DIVISION
CLASS 1                                      1st             2nd              3rd
   Carving and Whittling                 $ 5.00            $ 4.00          $ 3.00
CLASS 2
   Lathe Turning                            8.00             6.00            4.00
CLASS 3
   Furniture                              18.00             15.00           10.00
CLASS 4
   Small Project                            6.00             5.00            4.00
   (birdhouses, shelves, toys, novelties, etc.)
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                DEPT. 19 - ART, PHOTOGRAPHS, CRAFTS
                                             ADULT DIVISION
CLASS 1                                      1st            2nd                  3rd
   Carving and Whittling                 $ 5.00           $ 4.00              $ 3.00
CLASS 2
   Lathe Turning                            8.00            6.00                4.00
CLASS 3
   Furniture                              20.00            15.00               10.00
CLASS 4
   Small Project                            6.00            5.00                4.00
   (birdhouses, shelves, toys, novelties, etc.)
CLASS 5
   Large Project                            8.00            7.00                6.00
                                   SECTION 3 — MODEL EXHIBIT
                                  Chairman — Paul Shaffer — 664-4651
                                                 RULES
 1. Entries will be received Sunday, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. only.
 2. Exhibits may not be removed before 8:30 p.m. Friday.
 3. Award for best of show in each Division - except Legos.
 4. Legos accepted for elementary ages only, pre-First grade - 6th grade.
 5. For those children entering Legos, especially diarama, please limit the size. Size is not a determining
    factor when being judged. Limit the size to 20 inches by 24 inches. No Taller than 24 inches.
 6. No wood items.
 7. 1 Lego accepted in each class per exhibitor.
 8. No erector sets accepted.
 9. No die cast pre-painted models accepted.
10. All decisions on the above rules will be made by the chairman and all decisions are final.
                                LEGOS DIVISION — Elementary Only.
                   Prizes 1st — $2.00 2nd — $1.50 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, — $1 .00
      CLASS 1. Vehicles                                       CLASS 5. Cycles
      CLASS 2. Ships                                          CLASS 6. Diorama
      CLASS 3. Trucks                                         CLASS 7. Miscellaneous
      CLASS 4. Military                                       CLASS 8. Airplanes
                        ELEMENTARY DIVISION Pre-First — 6th grade only
                          PRIZES: 1st — $2.00 2nd — $1.50 3rd — $ 1.00
      CLASS 1. Vehicles                                       CLASS 5. Military
                  A. Passenger B. Competition                 CLASS 6. Cycles
      CLASS 2. Ships                                          CLASS 7. Diorama
      CLASS 3. Trucks                                         CLASS 8. Miscellaneous
      CLASS 4. Antique                                        CLASS 9. Airplanes
                  JUNIOR DIVISION - ages 12-16; 7th Grade - 11th Grade
                          PRIZES: 1st — $2.50 2nd — $2.00 3rd — $1.50
      CLASS 1. Vehicles                                       CLASS 5. Military
                  A. Passenger B. Competition                 CLASS 6. Cycles
      CLASS 2. Ships                                          CLASS 7. Trucks under 10”
      CLASS 3. Trucks                                         CLASS 8. Diorama
      CLASS 4. Antique                                        CLASS 9. Miscellanous
                                                             CLASS 10. Airplanes
                              SENIOR DIVISION — 12th Grade — Adult
                          PRIZES: 1st — $3.00 2nd — $2.50 $3rd — $2.00
      CLASS 1. Vehicles                                       CLASS 5. Antique
                  A. Passenger B. Competition                 CLASS 6. Trucks under 10”
      CLASS 2. Military                                       CLASS 7. Diorama
      CLASS 3. Trucks                                         CLASS 8. Miscellaneous
      CLASS 4. Ships                                          CLASS 9. Cycles
                                                             CLASS 10. Airplanes
Show duplicate exhibit number stub for pick up of exhibits.
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                        DEPARTMENT 22 - MAJOR CONTESTS
                                 SECTION 1
               MANHEIM FARM SHOW PARADE
                       WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2007 @ 7:00 P.M.
                             Rain date of October 11, 2007
                                       DEADLINE for Entry Forms: September 22, 2007
PURPOSE: Manheim Community Farm Show Parade exists to promote a positive, wholesome family activity.
RULES 1. Throwing of objects from vehicles is prohibited, however, objects can be handed to the crowd, and all food
             or candy must be in original wrappers.
          2. The Parade Committee and/or the Manheim Community Farm Show Board may refuse any entry. Decision
             of the Parade Committee is final.
          3. Liability - Each exhibitor will be solely responsible for any loss, injury, damage done, or arising from any
             animal, vehicle, or participant.
          4. A responsible adult must accompany a group of participants under the age of 18.
          5. Cleanliness - You are responsible for any trash or manure.
          6. No Alcoholic Beverages may be consumed before or during your participation in parade activities.
          7. All participants driving in the parade must have a valid driver's license and insurance.
          8. All tractor safety rules must be followed while participating in the Manheim Community Farm Show parade. This
             includes no riders policy.
If your organization or group wishes to participate, please contact:
                                                PARADE COMMITTEE
     RYAN & TRACY ZIMMERMAN, PHONE: 664-2773 • BRIAN & AMY CHARLES • HEATHER CHERNICH
              • KRISTEN EBERLY, DENNIS & GAIL PISANO • JOHN & ASHLEY STAUFFER


                                          PARADE ROUTE
Parade starts at the corner of Gramby and East High streets proceeding west to Hazel Street, south on Hazel Street to Stiegel Street,
west on Stiegel Street to Main Street, north on Main Street to Gramby Street, east on Gramby Street, ending at Laurel Street.


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       PRIZES FOR FARM SHOW PARADE
BANDS
   Examples: High School, Middle School, & Adult Bands.
   Entry Fee: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .None
   Transportation Proposal submitted to parade committee
   Prizes:
           High School Bands:                     1st: $1,000 2nd: $800                         3rd: $600
           Middle School Bands:                   1st: $600              2nd: $400              3rd: $200
           Adult Bands:                           None

BATONS
   Entry Fee: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .None
   Prize:                                         1st: $100              2nd: $75.00 3rd: $50

NONPROFIT
   ADULT
         Examples: Fire Company, Churches, Elected Political Representatives, & Lions Clubs, Etc.
   YOUTH
         Examples: Boy Scouts, FFA or 4-H Clubs, Youth & School Groups, Etc.
   Entry Fee: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
   Nonprofit Floats Prizes:
         Any motorized vehicle or trailer pulled by a motorized vehicle, designed (or modified)
         specifically to participate in parades to represent the nonprofit group.
         Adult:                                    1st: $300              2nd: $250              3rd: $200
         Youth:                                    1st: $300              2nd: $250              3rd: $200

ANTIQUE TRACTORS
   Entry Fee: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
         Limited space - first come, first served basis.
COMMERCIAL
   COMMERCIAL VEHICLE
           Class 1 - For any vehicle required to be state inspected twice a year. Examples: Tractor
                     trailer, dump trucks & delivery trucks.
           Class 2 - Vehicles required to be state inspected once a year and larger than a car.
                     Examples: Service vans, pickup trucks, farm machinery and antique trucks.
           Class 3 - Cars
                     Commercial Float — Display of products or services.
   Entry Fees: . . .Class 1: $200      Class 2: $150     Class 3: $100      Commercial Float: $25.00
   Prizes:
           Commercial Floats           1st: $150          2nd: $125         3rd: $100
HORSES
   Entry Fee: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
   Prizes:
           Participation Ribbons
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                                                        SECTION 2
                                          BABY PARADE
                                                    Sponsored By The
                 MANHEIM FARM SHOW
         MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2007 • 6:15 P.M.
   Judging Begins At 5:30 P.M., Parade Moves At 6:15 P.M.
         Rain Date — Tuesday, October 9, 2007 (See Rule 12)
                                          COMPETITIVE PRIZE LIST
Most Outstanding Float . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $60.00
Most Outstanding Wheeled Vehicle, Wagon, Stroller or Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40.00
Most Outstanding Child Walking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30.00
DIVISIONS                                                    1st              2nd              3rd                4th               5th
A. Child Walking in Fancy Dress                        $10.00               $8.00            $6.00             $4.00             $2.00
B. Child Walking Impersonating Nursery
   Rhyme, Storybook or Fairy Tale Character 10.00                             8.00            6.00               4.00              2.00
C. Child Walking in Miscellaneous Dress                  10.00               8.00             6.00               4.00              2.00
D. Best Decorated Vehicle on Wheels -
   Tractor, Tricycle, Bicycle, etc.                      14.00              12.00            10.00               8.00              6.00
E. Best Decorated Wagon                                  14.00              12.00            10.00               8.00              6.00
F. Best Decorated Wagon with Platform                    14.00              12.00            10.00               8.00              6.00
G. Best Decorated Stroller                               14.00              12.00            10.00               8.00              6.00
H. Beautiful Float                                       18.00              16.00            14.00             12.00             10.00
I. Miscellaneous Float                                   18.00              16.00            14.00             12.00             10.00
J. Mechanized Float                                      18.00              16.00            14.00             12.00             10.00
               Mail entry blank or submit before deadline Saturday, October 5, 2007 9:00 p.m. to:
                           Lisa Kowalski, 2102 Shumaker Rd., Manheim, PA 17545.

                                                    Baby Parade Form
Child’s Name ___________________________________________________________________
Age ______________________________Date of Birth__________________________________
                                                                                   Month                       Day              Year
Parent’s Name __________________________________________________________________
Address ________________________________________________________________________
            Street                                              Town                                   State            Zip
PhoneNumber ___________________________________________________________________
Title of Entry ___________________________________________________________________
Date of Entry _____________________________________________________, 20___________
Division                                                                              Do Not Fill In
                                                                                      Register No.
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                                            RULES
 1. Judging will be based on: 25% decorative creativity
                                25% work and effort
                                25% theme and appearance
                                25% costumes worn
 2. Any child, 7 years and under, may compete. Costumed adults are welcome; however, they are not
    considered in the judging.
 3. Only one entry is required for a pair or group of children.
 4. A contestant may enter any division desired; however, that division must be selected by the
    contestant, previously, on entry blank.
 5. No live animals are allowed.
 6. All contestants in WALKING DIVISION MUST WALK OR BE CARRIED. If a child is being
    pulled or pushed by another child or adult, they cannot enter a walking division.
 7. DIVISION F (wagon with platform) — Platform not to exceed 4 feet by 4 feet.
 8. A float with any moving part must enter Division J (Mechanized).
 9. All vehicles must be hand-pulled (no motorized vehicles will be allowed in any division).
10. No entries will be allowed to change their division after 9 p.m. on October 5.
11. The committee reserves the right to reject any entry not meeting their approval.
12. Contestants should report for judging at Island Field (Memorial Drive - behind football stadium).
    If need be, a decision to cancel the parade on Monday because of inclement weather will be
    made by 1:00 p.m. Monday and be rescheduled for Tuesday at the same time. If there are any
    questions as to whether the parade is canceled call 665-7480 or 664-4885.
13. All entries must be ready for judging by 5:30 p.m. Any late entries (after 5:30 p.m.) may not be
    judged. This decision will be at the discretion of the judges. Entrant may still parade, however.
14. All entries must be registered and wearing registration number or they will not be allowed in line
    of parade.
15. Only one person may accompany the entrant on the street during the parade. If more than one
    person is needed for the larger floats prior permission is needed from the committee.
16. A gift will be presented to each contestant at the dispersing point.
17. Prize winners will be announced at 8:30 p.m. at the Farm Show on Adele Avenue.
18. All grand prize and first place winners in all divisions will be invited to participate in
    Wednesday Night's Farm Show Parade.
PARADE ROUTE: North on Memorial Drive, cross over through the Park to Adele Avenue, West on
Adele Avenue to Oak Street, South on Oak Street to Gramby Street, East on Gramby Street back to
Memorial Drive.




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                                                                  MANHEIM, PA 17545
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             SECTION 3 — MISCELLANEOUS CONTESTS
                                 Chairperson: Barry Geib — 664-3007
Tuesday, October 9 — Children's, Youth, Ladies' & Men's Pedal Tractor Pull
Registration 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. for children's classes
              6:30 to 7:30 p.m. for youth and adult classes
Pull Begins 7:00 p.m.                                                            Thank You
                                                                                to our 2006
Classes: 1. Ages 5 & 6              5. Youth Ages 14-16                  Children's Class Sponsors:
         2. Ages 7 & 8              6. Ladies' 17 & up                         Outback Toys
         3. Ages 9 & 10             7. Men's 17 years & up                     Deer Country
                                                                         Messick Farm Equipment
         4. Youth Ages 11-13
                                                 PRIZES
               A. Children's Classes (1, 2, 3)
                      1st—$10.00 & Toy Tractor; 2nd—$10.00; 3rd— $5.00
               B. Youth Classes (4, 5)
                      1st—$15.00; 2nd—$12.00; 3rd—$10.00; 4th—$8.00; 5th—$5.00
               C. Ladies' & Men's Class (6, 7)
                     1st — $25.00 2nd — $20.00 3rd — $15.00 4th — $12.00 5th — $10.00
Thursday, October 11 — Family Fun Night
Registration        6:00 p.m.
Fun Night Begins 6:30 p.m.
Contest                       Age Limit                    Contestants/Special Instructions
Barnyard Obstacle Course      5-6 years                    Unlimited
Barnyard Obstacle Course      7-8 years                    Unlimited
Water Balloon Throw           8-14 years                   30 teams
2-Man Potato Sack Race        8-14 years                   Unlimited              Thank you
Egg Toss                      10-14 years, 15 years & up 30 teams                   to our
                                                                           2006 Family Fun Night
Chicken Chase                 5 & under                                           Sponsors:
                              6-8 years                                         Kreider Farms
                              9-10 years                                Longenecker’s Hardware, Inc.
Greased Banana Toss           12-17 years                  15 teams          Manheim Twin Kiss
Pumpkin Toss                  16 & up                      15 teams        McDonalds of Manheim
Other Events                  To Be Announced!                            Weis Markets of Manheim


                                                          PRIZES

Ribbons for placing 1st through 5th and participant ribbons for others in events for children under 14.


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                              DEPARTMENT 22 - SECTION 4
                               MANHEIM COMMUNITY
                                FARM SHOW QUEEN
 The purpose of the Manheim Community Farm Show Queen Program is to enhance and enrich the lives of young girls
  and women in our area by the promotion of Agriculture and the representation of our community at a local and state
 level. By doing so we want to instill valuable life lessons to the girls such as self esteem, leadership, teamwork, public
             speaking, responsibility and above all a sense of pride in our rural community and its heritage.
                           CROWNING DATE: Monday, October 8, 2007
                           TIME: 7:30 P.M. PLACE: Farm Show Stage
                                   CHAIRMAN — Michelle Wetzel - 665-4075
              COMMITTEE — Anne Summy, Angie Stoner, Lisa Mowrer, Carol Mylin, Linda White, Diane Kensinger
ELIGIBILITY RULES:
  1. Be 16 to 20 years of age by June 1, 2007, and attend Manheim Central High School or reside in the district.
  2. Must exhibit something in the Farm Show (in any department).
  3. Have her parent's or guardian's consent.
  4. Be single, never married, have had no children and must not marry, nor get pregnant during her reign.
  5. Not be a former local winner, nor state contestant.
  6. All contestants will be given a personal interview and asked to give a 3 to 5 minute speech to the Farm Show Queen
     committee and panel of judges. Interviews will be held in September 2007, at a time and location to be announced.
  7. All contestants MUST have an escort for the evening of the ceremonies.
  8. Entrant must submit a photo, no larger than a 5x7, along with application.
  9. All Farm Show Queen Applications must be completed and sent to: Michelle Wetzel, 2075 Alpha Court,
     Manheim, PA 17545. Deadline for entries is Saturday, September 1, 2007. No phone entries accepted.
       ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★
                                                               PRIZES:
                          *QUEEN: $600 cash + $300 cash for clothing allowance sponsored by Chet & Sharon Beiler.
                          *1st Runner-up: $150.00             *2nd Runner-up: $50.00 cash
                          *All other contestants will receive $25.00 cash
       ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★
DUTIES OF THE QUEEN:
  1. The Queen must agree to promote the Manheim Community Farm Show for one year and participate in events as requested.
  2. The Queen will reign over the 2007 Manheim Community Farm Show, presenting ribbons and trophies with the help of her
     court at all animal shows, family fun night, sale, and participate in events as requested.
  3. When she has any free time she must be in the Children's Barnyard helping to teach them about the importance of Agriculture.
  4. The Queen and her Court must ride in the Farm Show Parade on Wednesday evening, October 10, 2007.
  5. The Queen must be present at the Livestock Sale Friday night, to hand out trophies and banners to the winners and buyers.
  6. The Queen and her family are asked to come to the Farm Show Banquet which is held in October and she will be asked to
     give a short speech.
  7. The Queen will be required to attend at least 8 work sessions preparing her for the state Queen Contest in Hershey, PA.
  8. The Queen and her parents will receive an all-expense paid trip to the State Fair Queen contest in January 2008.
  9. She must conduct at least one Ag in the classroom session. Teach some aspect of agriculture or submit a request to the
     committee for an alternate service project.
 10. The Queen will be expected to be present at the next year's swine show (2:30 p.m.) to hand out awards.
 11. The Queen will participate in the ceremonies to crown the 2008 Farm Show Queen and will be expected to recount her
     past year as Queen.
 12. Most importantly the Queen is expected to present herself in a pleasant, professional manner at all times.
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     MANHEIM COMMUMITY FARM SHOW
           QUEEN ENTRY FORM
Name:______________________________________________________________________________
Address:_____________________________________________________________________________
Telephone Number:____________________________________________________________________
Parent’s Name:________________________________________________________________________
Parent’s Telephone Number:_____________________________________________________________
Parent or Guardian’s Signature of Consent:_________________________________________________
Date of Birth:_________________________________________________________________________
School Activities:______________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
What Are Your Hobbies?_______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
Community/Church Activities:___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
Career Plans/Future Plans:______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
Have You Exhibited Anything In The Manheim Farm Show?___________________________________
If Yes, Please Explain._________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________

   Please list all agriculture experiences and activities (i.e., FFA, 4-H or AG class) you have been
involved with in the past. Also, please list the teacher/leader of each activity. Please be advised that we
may contact any or all of these leaders for their personal recommendations. Add your current
employer’s name and telephone number to be used as a personal reference.

   Write a 3 to 5 minute speech on the topic “Why you should visit the Manheim Community Farm
Show?” (Please have your essay memorized and ready to present at your interview). Professional
appearance is recommended for your interview.

   Additional sheets of paper may be used if needed or you may retype this application.

   NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED POSTMARKED AFTER SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2007.

   NO PHONE ENTRIES ACCEPTED.

   MAIL ENTRIES TO: MICHELLE WETZEL, 2075 ALPHA COURT, MANHEIM, PA 17545.
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A Look
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At The
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Manheim
Farm
Show
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                  MANHEIM COMMUNITY FARM SHOW
                  JUNIOR QUEEN & PRINCESS CONTEST
Eligibility Rules:
To enter, the contestant must:
 1. Princess: be 6 to 10 years of age as of June 1, 2007.
     Junior Queen: be 11-15 years of age as of June 1, 2007.
 2. Attend a Manheim Central School or reside in the district.
 3. Exhibit something in the Farm Show prior to the crowning ceremonies (in any department).
 4. Have her parent’s or guardian’s consent.
 5. Not be the previous year’s Junior Queen/Princess. She may re-enter the contest after a one-year break.
 6. All Junior Queen* and Princess Contestants will have a 5 minute interview with the judges. Interviews
     will be held in September 2007 at a time and location to be disclosed. They will be judged on:
     A. Response to questions.
     B. Appearance/Poise/Neatness - dresses are appropriate for the interview. No gowns please.
     C. Ability to communicate (articulate/expression/eye contact).
     D. Application neatness and completeness.
  * Junior Queen contestants only: All Junior Queen contestants will present a 2-3 minurte speech
     during the interview on the topic, “My Favorite Thing About the Farm Show” (note cards are
     permissible during the judging). Please include a copy of the speech with the application.
        The speech will be judged on:
                a. Eye contact with the judges
                b. Speech content and time
                c. Speaking ability and projection
 7. Have an adult escort for the crowning ceremony.
 8. Attend crowning ceremonies on Monday Oct 8, 2007 at the Farm Show stage at approx. 7:30 p.m.
 9. Ride in the 2007 Manheim Community Farm Show Parade with the Farm Show Queen and her court
     on Wednesday evening, October 10, 2007.
10. Submit entry by September 4, 2007.
        No entries will be accepted postmarked after Saturday, September 1, 2007.
        No phone entries will be accepted.
11. Submit a wallet size picture with your application.
12. Mail entry to: Michelle Wetzel, 2075 Alpha Court, Manheim, PA 17545
Prizes:
 1. The winners of each contest will receive a crown and a sash.
 2. Prizes will be awarded upon sponsorship availability.
Duties of the Junior Queen and Princess:
 1. The Junior Queen and Princess may come to the Farm Show and go to events with the Queen as
     requested.
 2. The Junior Queen and Princess are expected to present themselves in a pleasant, polite manner at all
     times.
 3. The Junior Queen and Princess are expected to participate in the crowning ceremonies to crown the
     2008 Manheim Farm Show Junior Queen and Princess.

                                               Special Thanks
   To the following businesses for contributing prizes for the 2006 Junior Queen and Princess contestants:
                                     Jimbo’s Deli - Mr. Denny Sanchez
                                 Kreider’s Restsaurant - Ms. Hollis Bush
                               Leiding Edge Embroidery - Mrs. Vickie Leid
                                           Manheim McDonald’s
                                    Salon Synergy - Mrs. Connie Barto
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  MANHEIM COMMUNITY FARM SHOW
 JUNIOR QUEEN and PRINCESS CONTEST
           ENTRY FORM

Name: __________________________________________________________________
Address: ________________________________________________________________
Parent’s/Guardian’s Signed Consent: __________________________________________
Date of Birth: _________________ Age: _______ Phone Number:__________________
School: _______________________________________________________________
Name of Adult Escort:____________________________________________________
                               Junior Queen and Princess
On a separate sheet of paper, please write your answers to the following:
      1. Do you know what you will be exhibiting at the Farm Show?
      2. Something special about yourself.
                                        Princess Only
      3. What is your favorite thing about the Farm Show?
      4. Tell us about your family.
      5. Do you have any pets?
      6. Activities and Hobbies in and out of school.
                                      Junior Queen Only
      3. Tell us about any community activities in which you are (or have been) involved.
      4. Tell us about your hobbies and school activities.
      5. On a separate piece of paper, please enclose a copy of your speech. You will say
        your speech during the interview. The speech should be two to three minutes in
        length. Note cards are permissible during the judging.


  Please mail all entries to: Michelle Wetzel, 2075 Alpha Court, Manheim, PA 17545.
                           Postmarked by September 1, 2007.
               No late entries will be accepted. No phone entries accepted.
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                                          DEPARTMENT 23
                                   SECTION 1 — APIARY PRODUCTS
                          Chairlady — Georgia Shenk — 665-2392 — Carol Ludwig
                            Prizes: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.00
RULES
 1.   All honey and beeswax exhibited must be the product of the beekeeper.
 2.   The exhibit must fulfill the requirements of the class in which it is exhibited.
 3.   All products must have been produced within the last year.
 4.   The judge may open and sample goods that require such treatment.
 5.   Only one entry will be allowed any exhibitor for any one category.
      A. Light Comb Honey (3 sections)                            E. Dark Extracted Honey
      B. Dark Comb Honey (3 sections)                             F. Beeswax (not less than two pounds)
      C. Light Extracted Honey (3 one pound jars)                 G. Beeswax items (100% Beeswax),
      D. Amber Extracted Honey (3 one pound jars)                     candles ornaments
SECTION 2 — MAPLE PRODUCTS
                  Prizes: 1st — $4.00 2nd — $3.00 3rd — $2.00
                     CLASS 1 — Maple         CLASS 2 — Other
          DEPARTMENT 24 — ANTIQUE FARM EQUIPMENT
                                         Chairman — Geff Stoner — 665-4647
   The antique tractor display is open to any farm tractor manufactured prior to 1960. All makes are invited to be
displayed near the baseball field. Priority will be given to Manheim area residents.
   Exhibitors are invited to participate in the Maheim Farm Show parade on Wednesday, October 10, 2007. Space is
limited and will be handled on a first come first served basis. Deadline for entries is Sunday, October 7 to have entry
form to antique tractor chairman. One entry per exhibitor to give as many an opportunity to participate. See parade
department for parade policy and contact information.
   Receiving hours for tractors are Sunday from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. and by appointment on Monday a.m.
   To display, call Geff Stoner evenings between 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.
   All entrants will receive a plate plaque for their participation in the Manheim Farm Show. The following
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Agricultural Veterinary Associates.. . .58               Health By Choice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7      Pinkerton’s Flower Factory . . . . . . . . .64
Auto Care Unlimited . . . . . . . . . . . . .17          Heisey’s Jewelry Store . . . . . . . . . . . .97         PJ’s Pet Shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
J.G. Baker, Inc. Excavating . . . . . . . .34            Rick Hershey/Brownstone Real Estate .95                  Rettew’s Notary Messenger Service . .16
Bank Of Lancaster County . . . . . . . . .66             The Hess Agency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113         Rohrer’s Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Baron Insurance Group Inc. . . . . . . . .97             John M. Hess Auction Service . . . . . .62               Rohrer’s Quarry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Bodnar Financial Services . . . . . . . . .23            Hess Auto Exchange . . . . . . . . . . . . .24           Ron Bomberger
Bomberger’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116     Horton Chiropractic . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85         Hardwood Floors Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Brookside Builders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73       J.L. Hollinger & Sons Inc. . . . . . . . . .10           D. Lamar Root . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
Rufus Brubaker Refrigeration LLC . .84                   J.B. Hostetter & Sons . . . . . . . . . . . . .42        Root’s Country Market & Auction . .104
Central PA Rehab Services . . . . . . . . .34            Iron Valley Harley-Davidson . . . . . . .13              Root’s Old Mill Flea Market . . . . . . .104
Central Penn Nursing Care Inc. . . . . .69               Kopp Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109     Root’s Nurseries Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Chemgro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9   Kopp Excavating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58        Ressler Propane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
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  Inspection Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96       Kreiser’s Garage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64     S&S Service Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Conestoga Auction Co. . . . . . . . . . . .116           Landisview Farm Market . . . . . . . . . .85             Sauder Excavating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
The Country Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12        Lancaster Dodge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94        Shank Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Creekside Construction . . . . . . . . . . .67           Lancaster Tractor & Equipment Inc. . .53                 Shaw’s Market . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Tina M. Dagen/Thompson Realtors . .37                    Leibley Plumbing Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . .7         Shelley Basement Systems . . . . . . . . .13
Danda Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20      Longenecker’s Hardware Inc. . . . . . .105               Sloan’s Pharmacy Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Darrenkamp’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20     Longenecker’s Hatchery . . . . . . . . . . .96           Smith’s Candies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Dave’s Lawn & Garden . . . . . . . . . . .62             Manheim Area Chamber                                     Smoker & Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Deer Country Farm & Lawn Inc. . . .119                     Of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . .inside front          Sparr Computer Services . . . . . . . . . .57
Divine Consign . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101        Manheim Athletic Association . . . . . .64               Speedwell Construction Inc. . . . . . . . .33
Dussinger’s Quality Stoves . . . . . . . . .69           Manheim Auto Auction . . . . . . .23, 117                John D. Stauffer Auctioneers . . . . . .101
Eastland Alpacas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109        Manheim Central School . . . . . . . . . . .7            Stermer Bros. Stoves & Spas Inc. . . . .39
Eberly’s Bugworks LLC . . . . . . . . . .101             Manheim Central Rec. Comm. . . . . . .40                 Stiegel Construction Inc. . . . . . . . . . .58
Echoes From The Past . . . . . . . . . . . .41           Manheim Community Farm Show                              Stiegel Valley Flooring Inc. . . . . . . .118
Ed’s Autobody . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85       Association - Gospel Music . . . . . . . 38             Susquehanna Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Elm Ridge Construction . . . . . . . . . .118            Manheim Downtown                                         Bob Swayne/
Engle Printing & Publishing Co. . . . .51                  Development Group . . . . . . . . . . . . .21           Highland Realty Group . . . . . . . . .108
Esbenshade Mills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5      Manheim Family Health Center . . . . .58                 T & D Excavating . . . . . . . . . . . .42, 49
Evergreen Golf Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . .109         Martin’s Greenhouse & Nursery . . . . .97                Tell Recon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
Eyman Fence Company . . . . . . . . . . .45              Mel Martin General Contractor . . . . .96                Tender Heart Farms Alpacas . . . . . . . .20
Fenner Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63    McCracken’s Feed Mill Inc. . . . . . . . . .6            Tree Top Golf Course . . . . . . . . . . . .116
Firestop Solutions Inc. . . . . . . . . .36, 66          Melhorn Sales, Service & Truck . . . .113                WDAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .inside back
Fulton Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102     H.E. Merkey Excavating . . . . . . . . . .102            Warihay Enterprises . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
The Furniture Doctor Inc. . . . . . . . . . .64          Messick’s Outdoor Power . . . . . . . . . .90            S. Clyde Weaver Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
G & G Feed & Supply . . . . . . . . . . . .13            Mount Joy Farmers Co-Op . . . . . . . . .84              Webber Electric Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
GCR Tire Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97        Mountainside Excavators . . . . . . . . . .94            Welsh Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
Garman’s Coal & Mulch . . . . . . . . .107               Musser’s Bulk Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9         Wengers Of Myerstown . . . . . . . . . . .96
Germania Band Of Manheim . . . . . .101                  Myer’s Furniture Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . .113         White Oak Mills Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Graybill’s Tool & Die Inc. . . . . . . . . .96           Mark F. Nestleroth/New York Life . . .71                 Wiggin’s Asphalt Paving & Sealing . .85
Groff’s Home Maintenance . . . . . . . .17               David A. Peiffer, Attorney . . . . . . . . .41           Window Schemes & Dreams . . . . . .102
Haldeman Mechanical Inc. . . . . . . . . .18             Penway Construction . . . . . . . . . . . .118           Witmer Automotive Service Inc. . . . . .58
Haldeman’s Excavating . . . . . . . . . . .64            D.L. Peters Construction . . . . . . . . . .62           Wolfe’s Auto Service . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Al Hamilton R.E. Management Co. . .20                    Phillips Ford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5   Wolgemuth Auction Service . . . . . . . .96
Harrington Hoists Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . .57         Physical Therapy Association                             Worley & Obetz Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Headmasters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96      of Manheim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10   John A. Zern & Sons . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
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