Ronnie Daniel Boone

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Ronnie Daniel Boone - was present group. passed on first the monthly...
was present group. passed on first the monthly from September $50 to $60. for me- planning commission Metz, resigned, but no de-'. said plans were a storm sewer across the highway. a fire service would be held for seven and 30 hours, for increase its Clyde Savings to invest any of $75,000 in its fund. Leg/on Will Sale American Legion big success at last week. the sale Saturday, August bake sale on the picnic with the American won by Nellie program in-. judged by won by Arlene contests were U.S. Infantry, Fort Riley, Kansas, receives "Most Valuable Player Award" from Lieutenant Colonel Edward J. Degutis, Degutis, Executive Officer, Headquarters National Match Support Unit. Texas Army Private Is National Match Victor CAMP PERRY, 0. (CJPI) - National Guard, Sgt. James E. Army Private First Class Ronald!Lemahitu, Plymouth, Wis., 246-14. L. Devies Jr., 24, Houston, Tex.,!College, Paul W. Renne, Bozman, scored 249-20 out of 250-50 possible points Wednesday to win the National National Trophy Match, the last individual individual event of the National Rifle Rifle and Pistol Matches. Devies copped the Daniel Boone Trophy in winning the match, firing firing 49-2, 50-2, 50-4 and 100-12 at distances of 200, 300 and 600 yards. Army Sgt. William D. Carrier, Portland, Ore., was runnerup with 249-20 and Army,,Sgt. Fred E. Patterson, Patterson, Macungie, Pa., was third j with 249-16. Carrier and Devies had the same score, but Carrier failed to< place two of 12 shots within the j tie breaking "V" of the bullseye' as Devies did to win. I Winners in the category events:-.! Marines, Gunnery Sgt. Ben L. i Harshman, Ewa, Hawaii, 248-22. | Reserves, Army 1st Lt. Frank J.! Takach; Erie, Pa., 248-19. Air j Force S-Sgt. Paul A. Stapper, \ San Antonio, Tex., 247-24. Navy, j Petty officer 1st Class John H.i Mcormick, Seattle, Wash., 246-19.! Mont. Junior, Ammon E. Bell, Hummelstown. Pa.. 245-17: Chief Petty Officer Harold L. Reissig, San Diego. Calif., 244-19, and Anthony Anthony Graziano, Connerton, Pa., 241-19. ' Team matches began today and will run until Aug. 2S. behalf of the Sayings & Loan, Co., New London, vs. Russell and Phylliss Myers, rural Greenwich, for $1,030. Fined $100 Costs Paul Wentz, Monroeville, described described by the court as a habitual intoxicant, was fined $100 and 'costs on his latest violation. Pleads Innocent Theodore Bradley, 21, of 17 State St., was freed from county jail on bond of $500 after entering a plea of innocent to a morals charge. Juvenile Court Paul Smith, 36, of 115 Broad St., Bellevue, is being held in the county jail on the charge of contributing to the dependency and neglect of his minor children. The first farm bureau was founded at Binghamton, N.Y. in Program Change

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  1. The Sandusky Register,
  2. 25 Aug 1960, Thu,
  3. Page 20

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