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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 15, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Youth Livestock ShoW Show set March 15,16,17,18 ARRIVAL SHOW SCHEDULE WEIGHING JUDGING PHOTOGRAPHY DEPARTURE TIME FOR NON-SALE ANIMALS SWINE Wednesday 1:30 pm to 7 pm Wednesday 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm Thursday, 4 pm Market Hogs & Showmanship Saturday at 8 am Friday 5 pm to 8 pm SHEEP Thursday 12 noon to 7 pm Thursday 6    pm to 7    pm Friday, 8 am Market Lambs Showmanship Saturday as they leave the sale ring Friday 5 pm to 8 pm CATTLE Thursday 12 noon to 7 pm Thursday 6    pm to 7    pm Friday, 1:30 pm Breeding Cattle Market Steers Showmanship Friday as they leave the show ring Friday 5 pm to 8 pm RABBITS Thursday 4 pm to 7 pm Thursday 4 pm to 7 pm Friday at 8 am Friday, following judging Friday after judging ' BROILERS Thursday 4 pm to 7 pm Thursday Friday weigh, sift at 8 am and prejudge on arrival Saturday as they leave the sale ring Friday after judging TURKEYS Thursday 4 pm to 7 pm Thursday weigh and sift on arrival Friday at 8 am Saturday as they leave the sale ring Friday after judging SALE OF MARKET ANIMALS WILL BEGIN ON SATURDAY AT 1:00 PM Bugan* Moaner at the 1947 or 46 show. Through the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and into the 90s! Comal County youth put their best on display Gloria Friasanhahn with bar champion rabbit at tho 1972 show. Mika Jamas with his Grand Champion Steer at the 1968 show. Marcy Odell with her medium wool lamb in the 1960s. Show From Page BA with many other supporters who form groups that purchase an animal or animals together. Also, many cash donations and pledges are pooled by Association members in order to purchase animals for persons not present at the sale. * A pay window is open during the sale for those who want to make their payment at that time. Otherwise, bills will be mailed shortly arter the sale date and payment is due within 30 days from the billing date. * In the case of larger animals, the Association will deliver your animal to any one of several custom slaughterhouses in the surrounding area. It is the buy er’s responsibility to contact the butcher, provide him with cutting instructions, and pay for the service. In the case of poultry and rabbits, the exhibitor is responsible for dressing and delivering the meat to the buyer within IO days atter the sale, at no additional cost. Th# Point System The 4-H and FFA Stock Show is different from other county shows in that it uses the Market Grade Program. The market animals are placed on the basis of their yield grade or quality, as if they were being carried to market. Today, 90-95% of all exhibitors have an animal in the auction which follows the show. All money from the sales is redistributed to exhibitors by a point system. This system was developed and is designed to reward each exhibitor for the quality of his entry, not necessarily on the amount bid at the sale. Each entry in the division is assigned a certain number of points in accordance with the Comal County Junior Livestock Association’s rules and regulations. The points for all entries in the division are then totaled. The premium money, the amount bid over floor price, is totaled for all the entries in the division. Ten percent (10%) of this premium money is retained by the Association for operating expenses and capital improvements. The remaining ninety percent (90%) is divided by the total points of all the division’s entnes to establish a point value. Each exhibitor receives the point value multiplied by the number of points his entry earned, plus the floor price for his animal. For example, a 1,000-lb. red ribbon steer in 1981 earned: 6 points x $65.59    =    $393.54 premium 1,000 lbs. x $61.40 per cwt. *= $614.00 floor price $ 1,007.54-TOTAL 1995 Officers PRESIDENT - Terrell Seeger VICE PRESIDENT -Kenneth Fey SECRETARY-Harold Voges TREASURER-Jacob Stauffer IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT - T.K. Schneider 1995 Directors Dan Eldridge Doug Dunlap Jackie Kraft Gus Reinarz Weldon Proles Reggie Wuest Jerry Zercher Greg Ploch Larry Bundick PAST PRESIDENTS AND CHAIRMEN 1946-1967—County Agents, Agriculture Teachers and Adult Leaders 1968—Jimmy Rheinlaender 1969—Clinton ‘Tex” Ritter 1970—Clinton “Tex” Ritter 1971—J.C. Reagan 1972—J.C. Reagan 1973—R.R. (Rudy) Reimer 1974—Gene Chollett 1975—Leroy Goodson 1976—Leroy Goodson 1977—Jackie R. Nolte 1976—Ralph Stepper 1979—Allen Arfsten 1980—Harvey Pape 1981—Melvin Kreusler 1982—Tommy Zipp 1983—Joe Setser 1984—Ronny W. Johnson 1985—Alfred “Sonny” Syamken Jr. 1986—Hat Herbelin 1987—Jimmy Heitkamp 1988—Dr. Pat Mathis 1989—J.T. Hill 1990—Bobby Blackwell 1991—Elroy Jonas 1992—Garland Lloyd 1993—Rocky Hill 1994—T.K. Schneider 1995—Terrell Seeger 1994 TOP TEN BUYERS Ploch Construction Natural Bridge Caverns Saur Construction Alamo Crane Concrete Pumps of Texas Vulcan Materials Guadalupe Valley Telephone Co-Op T & D Moravia LaFarge Corporation Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home ;