YHS Class of 1966
The 2011 Corn Festival Community photo is available for purchase at the Galley in Youngsville. There are also a few left from 2007, 2009 and 2010.
Please return your questionnaire by Aug. 31, 2011 and your reservation if you plan on attending a luncheon on Sept. 16, 2011 to Karen Bires at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Luke Family Picnic
The parish family of St. Luke Catholic Church will be having their annual family picnic this Sunday, August 28th. This time of food, fellowship and fun will begin with the celebration of Holy Mass at 12:00 p.m. The Church will provide the meat and beverage. You are asked to bring your favorite dish and place setting. Musical entertainment will be provided by Paul and Joan Eisert (Fire and Ice). A magician has been hired, at the request of some parishioners, who claims he can make the Pastor disappear! Bingo will also be played for those who feel lucky. The picnic will be held at the pavilion. In case of inclement weather all festivities will be held in the parish hall.
For more information call Father John Neff at 814/563-4432.
The annual selection of the representatives for Roy and Pearl were chosen on Friday evening. Bryden James was awarded the Roy title and Madison Hildum was named Pearl.
The Corny Court consists of Koby Hendrickson and Careena Wickert.
The Saturday Parade was as exciting as ever with floats, bands, vehicles, fire trucks, animals, clowns, Zem Zem Hornets, and horse. The Commercial float award was a tie with Northwest Savings Bank and Agway, the Service float award was presented to the Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool, the Church float award was given to the First United Methodist Food Pantry, and Best Overall went to the Youngsville Borough.
The Corn Eating Contest in 2011 had three divisions. In the Junior group, Ian Proctor took First Place, Susie Rose took Second Place. The Women's division was won by Jennifer Morrison and Second Place by Darlene Perry. In the Men's division, William Nichols took First Place and Ryan Yost took Second Place. The Turkey Calling Contest awards were as follows: Adult Open First Place to Josh Grossenbacher from Port Clinton, Ohio, Second Place to Chad Kilgore from Seville, Ohio, Third Place to Jeremony Pollack from Chicora, PA, and the Youth Open First Place to Hunter Wallis from Greenfield, Pa., Second to Hunter Croman from Selinsgrove, Pa., Friction First to Josh Grossenbacher Port from Clinton, Ohio, Second to Mike Longnecker from Jersey Shore, Pa., Third to Kevin Burleson Great Valley, NY, Gobblers First to Hunter Croman from Selinsgrove, Pa., Second to Steve Croman from Selinsgrove, Pa., Third to Bob Huber from Fishertown, Pa. Amateurs: Adult Open First to Tyler Watson from Howard, Pa. Youth Open First to Hunter Croman from Selinsgrove, Pa., Longbeards (over 50) to Steve Croman from Selinsgrove, Pa.
The Youngsville Community Award was bestowed upon Barb Luce, a valued member of ROY and the coordinator of the Summer's Children's Theater Camp. Karaoke, sponsored by Huey's, listed winners as Kiren Winslow, Carole Schenberg, and Jesse Adams. Hula Hoop prizes were given in three age groups, 6 through10 to Alyssa Molek and Alexi Walters, 11 through 16 to Mackensie Blake and Katie Jesson, and 16 and over to Karlie Harkins and Alahana Pastney.
On Sunday, event awards are as follows: Canoe/Kayak Race - First Place Tandem to Melissa and Tyler Blakeslee, First Place Junior to Kevin Blakeslee and Second Place to Cody Blakeslee, with First Place Senior going to Kevin Blakeslee. In the Lawnmower races in the Stock division, Junior winner was Bryan Maynard, Senior winner was Donna Hannah, and Modified First Place to Bob Darts, Second Place to Jim Edmisten, and Third Place to Brittany Gesin. Basketball awards went to Jeff Graham and John Armstrong Jr.
The Corn Cob Creek Race had many hanging over the Brokenstraw bridge waiting for the numbered corn cobs to pass by and number 107 was the first to cross the line, making Helga Laibacher the winner of the race. King, or Queen in this year's case, of the Corn Maze with the fastest time to find all the hidden objects in the Corny Maze was Hannah.
Basket winners were: Lottery Tree - Anita Cohan, Snack Time - Barb Putman, Sweet Rewards - Thema Hayes, Car Care - Duane Bower, Relax - D. Williams, and Man Cave Bag - Melvin Kromer. The cash award for the Dan Johnson Memorial was won by Kathy Rietinger.
A few names of winners were not available at press time, but will be listed next week.
Cruisin' at the
Paula Confer, committee chair for the Car Show announces the winners and thanks all participants and attendees. "Once again, myself and the Cruisin' Crew, along with ROY, thank all the people who came out on Sunday, despite the weather, to make this one of our best car cruise ins. A special thank you to our Power Wheel Kids. They are a lot of fun to watch and a great way to keep the Cruisin' alive. And last, but definitely not least, an appreciative thank you to our sponsors. Without your contributions we could not have had such a successful event. I consider this year a huge success."
Power Wheel Division: First - Candence Mead - Age 4, Second - Marli Rectenwalk - Age 2, Third - David Perry - Age 5
Antique Division: First - A.L. Thieme - 1958 Ford Fairlane 500 of Corry. Second - Richard Bower - 1917 Ford Touring of Youngsville, Third - Steve Keith - 1972 Chevy Malibu of Clymer, NY
Motorcycles: First - David Peterson - 2008V-Star of Sheffield, Second - Leroy VanTassell - 2008 Harley Heritage of Youngsville, Third - Kelly VanTassel - 2006 Harley Road King of Youngsville.
Custom: First - Tony Scuteri - 1971 Chevrolet Super Sport of Sheffield, Second - Josh McKinney - 1949 Ford Tudor Sedan of Saegertown, PA, Third - Time Gutknecht - 1974 Volkswagon Beetle of Jamestown, NY
Stock Class: First - Russ Piazza - 1956 Packard Patrician of Jamestown, NY, Second - Ron Scalise - 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 of Warren, Third - Daniel VanTassel - 1971 Ford Torino Cobra of Pittsfield
Rat Rods: First - Jeff McKinney - 1930 Ford Rat Rod of Youngsville
Trucks: First - Ed Lunger - 1957 Chevy Pick up 3100 Side Step, Second - Greg Pritzl - 2002 Ford F-350 of Warren, Third - Greg Neid - 1956 Chevrolet 210 of Lakewood, NY
SUV: First - Jim Daye - 2009 Chevrolet Trailblazer SS of Warren
Dragsters: First - Rich Gutshall - 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle of Warren
Race Cars: First - Al Byerly - 1939 Chevrolet Coupe of Russell
Street Rods: First - Garrett Richard - 1930 Ford Model A of Lakewood, NY, Second - Chester Sheets - 1953 Chevrolet Belair 2dr HT of Russell, Third - Jean Scott - 1941 Ford Van/Truck of Garland
People Choice: Jim Dayle - 2009 Chevrolet Trailblazer SS of Warren
Best of Show: Daniel VanTassel - 1971 Ford Torino Cobra of Pittsfield
Paul T. Bean Memorial Plaque went to Josh McKinney of Saegertown, PA
Farthest Traveled Award went to Rob Martin with is 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible from Michigan and moving to Youngsville in the near future.