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FAIR ATTENDANCE 2013

Friday, Sept 20 24,111
Saturday Sept. 21 35,278
Sunday, Sept. 22 68,041
Monday, Sept. 23 40,353
Tuesday, Sept. 24 36,476
Wednesday, Sept. 25 39,334
Thursday, Sept. 26 41,244
Friday, Sept. 27 62,421
Saturday, Sept. 28 75,171
TOTAL 422,429
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Fair Directors 2013

BLOOMSBURG FAIR DIRECTORS FOR THE 158th ANNUAL FAIR ARE:
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Paul Reichart
  • Paul Reichart, President
   
Jeff B. Giger
  • Jeff B. Giger, Vice President, Superintendent of Livestock
   
Rod Ralston
  • Rod R. Ralston, Secretary
   
James Burrows
  • James Burrows, Treasurer
   
Jeff Turner
  • Jeff Turner, Superintendent of Ticket Collectors
   
David R. Millard
  • David R. Millard, Superintendent of Arts and Crafts
   
Scott L. Edwards
  • Scott L. Edwards, Supt. of Horticulture
   
Randy R. Karschner
  • Randy R. Karschner, Superintendent of Poultry, Rabbits and School Exhibits
   
Carey Howell
  • Carey Howell, Superintendent of Grandstand
   
William Barrett
  • William Barratt, Supt. of Police and Parking
   
Kenneth P. Carlson
  • Kenneth P. Carlson, Superintendent of Agriculture
   
Tony R. Frazier
  • Tony R. Frazier, Superintendent of Concessions
   
John H. Flick
  • John H. Flick, Superintendent of Horse Racing, Free Entertainment

Past Fair Directors
The directors of the Bloomsburg Fair from 1875 are shown in a photo from the fair’s official 1954 program. Most of them have been  identified: from left are Wesley Bowman, executive committee, Orangeville; unidentified; Isaac Pursel, Hemlock; M.C. Vance, vice president, Orangeville; Sylvester Parsel, vice president, Hemlock; Johnson Ikeler, librarian, Greenwood; John G. Quick, president, Rupert; unidentified; William Masteller, executive committee, Hemlock; John Garrison, secretary, Bloomsburg; Joseph P. Conner, vice president, Briar Creek; unidentified; and John Deily, Bloomsburg. A section of the old wooden grandstand can be seen at right.

 


The directors of the Bloomsburg Fair from 1875
are shown in a photo from the fair’s official 1954 program. Most of them have been identified: from left are Wesley Bowman, executive committee, Orangeville; unidentified; Isaac Pursel, Hemlock; M.C. Vance, vice president, Orangeville; Sylvester Parsel, vice president, Hemlock; Johnson Ikeler, librarian, Greenwood; John G. Quick, president, Rupert; unidentified; William Masteller, executive committee, Hemlock; John Garrison, secretary, Bloomsburg; Joseph P. Conner, vice president, Briar Creek; unidentified; and John Deily, Bloomsburg. A section of the old wooden grandstand can be seen at right.
 

The directors of the Bloomsburg Fair in 1913 were, clockwise, starting from upper left, Jacob M. Maust, treasurer; Harry S. Barton, librarian; A.H. Yost, secretary; A.R. Henrie, vice president; Ellis Ringrose, vice president; E.W. Hagenbuch, executive committee; Elliot Adams, executive committee; Harry B. Corell, executive committee; A.V. Kressler, vice president; H.J. Pursel, vice president; and, in the center, Emory D. Hagenbuch, president.


The directors of the Bloomsburg Fair in 1913
were, clockwise, starting from upper left, Jacob M. Maust, treasurer; Harry S. Barton, librarian; A.H. Yost, secretary; A.R. Henrie, vice president; Ellis Ringrose, vice president; E.W. Hagenbuch, executive committee; Elliot Adams, executive committee; Harry B. Corell, executive committee; A.V. Kressler, vice president; H.J. Pursel, vice president; and, in the center, Emory D. Hagenbuch, president.
 

Left Photo: The Officers of the 1954 Bloomsburg Fair are shown in the official program from that year. From left to right, starting at upper left, they are George A. Zeigler, vice president; Harry B. Correll, secretary; Maynard P. Mordan, president; O. Evans Shipman, treasurer; and Ray R. Reifendifer, superintendent of concessions. Right Photo: The Directors of the 1954 Bloomsburg Fair are shown in the official program from that year. From left to right, starting at upper left, they are E. Myron Sands, superintendent of poultry and pet stock; C.R. Kressler Jr., superintendent of handiwork; Franklin Drumm, superintendent of livestock; John F. Boyer, superintendent of agriculture; Arthur R. Appleman Jr., superintendent of parking-police; James C. Stradling, superintendent of horticulture; and Cortez C. Hartman, superintendent of grandstand.


Left Photo:
The Officers of the 1954 Bloomsburg Fair are shown in the official program from that year. From left to right, starting at upper left, they are George A. Zeigler, vice president; Harry B. Correll, secretary; Maynard P. Mordan, president; O. Evans Shipman, treasurer; and Ray R. Reifendifer, superintendent of concessions.


Right Photo:
The Directors of the 1954 Bloomsburg Fair are shown in the official program from that year. From left to right, starting at upper left, they are E. Myron Sands, superintendent of poultry and pet stock; C.R. Kressler Jr., superintendent of handiwork; Franklin Drumm, superintendent of livestock; John F. Boyer, superintendent of agriculture; Arthur R. Appleman Jr., superintendent of parking-police; James C. Stradling, superintendent of horticulture; and Cortez C. Hartman, superintendent of grandstand.

 




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