Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 31, 1997 · Page 58
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May 31, 1997

Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 58

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The Caught It/Shot It Page subscribers get to show o« Steve Rockwell of FranUkn. turkey tost spring. The 20- pound bird was double bearded (10 3W inches and 4 1/4 inches) and had 3/44nch spurs. Kevin Ziegier of ApoHo, Armstrong County, shot this 7-point, his first buck, white hunting in Westmoreland County. James L Scott of Hartstown, Crawford County, used his .3&«8liber Remington handgun to drop this 8-point Jerry Martz of Somerset, Somerset County — wrth his son, Cody — shows off the 8-point he shot near his home. He won the knife set in this month'* drawing. Travis and Dave Stormer of Johnstown hoW up the four ring- necked pheasants they shot during a hunt In Cambria County. Clarence E. Stiles Jr. of Armagh RD1, Indiana County, displays this hefty brown trout he landed from Yellow Creek in Bedford County. The fish measured 28 Inches and weighed 81/2 pounds. Luke Miller of New Tripoli, Lehigh County, shot this 13-point with his bow on Oct. 18 hear his home. The field-dressed deer weighed 205 pounds. Suiecrtben; Send w photos of you & your family with fish & gome/ Rules for participating In Caught It/Shot It • Only <utaecrlber> to Penwyrnnli AheM My be Included m the dnwlnge, end only fubeeriben' photos win be puMehet Photoe wflt not be returned. • Only pfwtof of tubtcriben md their knMOMte family member* with ftth or game they ought or snot m Pemeyfvarte during ncanl eaaaoM KM be eeoepted for Ought It/Snot R peget «nd dnertnep. DtadAne lot the pege end dnmfng It the 10th of the month prior to the fette dete. • To be fncfuOetl in the rjnwing xwot iiyMlelieil on tho Ought KlShot It Pege, photo* muel heve the subtcrtMr't tu» MM end eddrete written on the beck, elong wrih the sub»criber code numotr Iron the UMI on the front of their AWeM. Aleo written on the beck M the photo muet be the kind of (hh or game, Nme'cM^rlorthot Foreumpto: , P«. T?*IS Subscriber c<x>t : UX>777 Rjlrtww Iroot, 18 Jncfiw, 3.5 pounds Ctnot CrtttItlte, BlOrCountf • An eccepubfe photo*, property eubmltted by the deedllnes, wfll be ertered m the dnr»*>9», bui only Die Wghwl-qutftty prwtix eJwirlnj if» Mjjeit,nH»l Impreulve tish of j»rr» will be pubflsned on the Ought IVShot (t pege, • A norewibscrlber who *ends $ photo with the necetury Informetion written on the beck nuy xibecrlbe tor $10, *3.9S off tn* reguler We. A chedt or crvdtt ctrfd Infoffiullon must sccornpwiy ttw photo. S«nd photos to Pennsylvania Afield, P.O. Box 2008, Altoona, Pa. 16603 each month by winners of the Caught ft/Shot It Page draw- )FOR THOSE WHO THINK MASS-PRODUCTION IS A FOUR LETTER WORD A machine con moke a knife, if just can't make a Case knife. From assembly to grinding the handles to feel ttue, to honing each blade to razor sharpness. It takes the discerning eyes and careful hands of American craftsmen to create each and every Case knife. That's tuhyyou can feel the quality of a Case knife In your hands. Because yours weren't the first to hold it. QWENS WAY BRADFORD, PA 16701

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