The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 3, 1970 · Page 20
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 20

Frederick, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 3, 1970
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P»f*B-S I ! I! THE NEWS, Frtefcrtek, -- AFTERNOON GRADUATES - Recent graduates of the afternoon class of Mrs. Louise Corbin's Kindergarten on Frederick Avenue were, first row, left to right, Robert Wottes, Mary Glenn Crutchley, Linda Saxon, Gretchen Seal, Susan Sikes, Jonnette Miller, Laurie Doubroff, Susan Eyler, David Myers, second row, Randy Fogle, Martella Hurt, Faith Tressler, Nita Perkins, Karen Trout, John Wright, Rick Slezak, third row, Donald Frost, Mike Fry, Dougie Burg, Danny Miller, Bobby Murray, David Scoggins, Michael Beans. Absent from picture are Tommy Randall, John Icard and Tracie Hooks. GRADUATES-Recent graduates of the morning class of Mrs. Louise Corbin's Kindergarten on Frederick Avenue were: first row, left to right, Ricky Fagan, Carolyn Nicodemus, Helen Beard, Angelina Fogle, Peggianne Joy, Luanne Rudy, Debra Graham, Dawn Mauer, Loren Holtz, Cathy Jones, Billy Offutt, second row, Jimmy Young, Sharen Walton, Susan Abrecht, Cathy Grace, Debbie Taynton, Colby Hubble, Pam Undquist, Roberta Potts, Michele Lininger, Scott Grove, third row, Bandy Roberts Eiic Peterson, Tommy Tobery. Eubene Castle, Ricky. Cody, Michael Bennett, Michael Quinn, Wesley HarpokX Brad Young, David McIlvaine,LaszkSzerenyi, Douglas Mattax, Teddy Delaplaine, Wayne Lease. Teachers are Mrs. W. W. Corbin, and Mrs. Carol Whittington. Absent when photo taken, Jean Zeigler. Village Lanes BROOKS YETTER STATE CHAMPION FOR YOUTH On Saturday eight local youths journeyed over to C stertown, on the Eastern Shore, to compete in the Maryland State Y. B. A. Championship Finals. Each had been a winner in his own division at the local and regional levels. Frederick residents can be most proud of the excellent display of sportsmanship and bowling skill shown by these youngsters. Brooks Yetter, rolling in the Boys Major Division, left the other competitors in the dust as he racked up a tremendous 717 total for his six games. Brooks averaged over 119 per game, and picked up a First place trophy for his fine efforts. Four of the youngsters finished in second place and picked up 2nd Place Chevrons for their accomplishments. Nine year old Kathi O'Bryan, rolling in the Girls Prep Division, had the spectators on edge as she tossed a triple header strike and finished with a remarkable 144 game. Kathi missed the first place spot by only three pins. Her sister, Debbie O'Bryan, likewise, placed second in an equally close match Debbie, rolling in the Girls Graduating Senior Division had a small lead until the ninth frame of the last game. Her opponent marked in the ninth and tenth frames to edge her out by only four pins. Steve Hahn, our entry m the Boys Prep Division, also finished second. Steve, just finishing his first year of league competition, marked m the last frame to move into second. Jim Graham showed some real good shots as he placed second in the Boys Junior Division. Jim averaged 112 in his six games. Patty Murphy received a 3rd. place Chevron, in the Girls Junior Division. Patty had some good scores as averaged over 103 in the tournament. Our other two entries just missed receiving chevrons as they missed third by only a few pins. Kathy Sheppard, a first year bowler, finished in fourth, and only four pins out of third, Kathi competed in the Girls Major Division Jim Bell, our B y Graduating Senior, missed third place by ony six pins. Jim averaged over 100 also, Congratulations go to all the youngsters on a job well done. JEWELL SLAMS 197-422 FOR EYLER'S VENDING Pete Jewell was the deciding factor in the roll-off between Eyler's Vending, winners of the second half and Schroeder's, the top team in the first half Schroeder's won the first game, but with Pete in the lead, Eyler's Vending bounced back to take the second and third games and total pmfall. Pete spared iirthe first frame and had his only open box in the second. He came back strong with a triple header strike in the third, fourth and fifth frames and then added a spare in the sixth He struck again in the seventh and finished up with spares in the eighth, ninth, and tenth boxes, to chalk up a powerful 197 game. Pete's total for the night was a big 422 set. MORGAN CHAPEL CHAMPS IN CHURCH LEAGUE Morgan Chapel edged out a tought F. U M C. 1 team for the Championship in the Iner-Church League. Morgan Chapel won all three games, but they were close ones. They won the first by 38 pins, the second by only one pin and the last by 10 Pacing the winners was Milton Murphy with a big 135 game and 349 set He was assisted by Bud Adams with a 329 total. Art Summers led FUMC 1 with a 136 game and 357 set. Added on to that was Jim Norris' 336 total. Fritz Gearmger tossed a 130 game to narrow the difference. CRAMPTON SHOTS 410 FOR NICK ALOI REALTY Jack Crampton was the big scorer in the Merchants Major League last week Rolling for Nick Aloi Realty Co, Jack put together games of 148-109-153 for a top notch 410 set Pacing Saum's Jewelers was Herman Brown and Walt Cramer. Herman had a 147 games, 386 total and Walt a 385 combination. Jim Taylor and Skip Wenzel were the tall men for Watkins-Burdette. Jim had a 150 game, 382 score while Skip fired a big eight mark 162 game in his 381 total. Taking the Championship was H J Zimmerman Village Lanes finished in second, with Watkins- Burdette taking third JEFFERSOMAN MOXOCACY "A" DEMOCRATIC CLUB CHAMPS IN The Jeffersoman Democratic Club came out on top in the roll-off for the Championship in the Monocacy "A" League Their opponents were second half winners A M Cowell The Democrats won the first game but lost the second to go into the final game behind on total pmfall They won the last game by 68 pins to take the Championship Kenn Rice was the big scorer for A M Cowell Kenny tallied games of 143 and 145 in hm 407 set Pacing the w inners \v as Remce Brubaker and Ehvood Biddmger Remce had a 367 combo and Elwood 355 SOUTHERN STATES TAKES FRIDAY 6:30 CROWN Southern States came out victorious in the roll-off with I G A Foodlmer for the Championship in the Friday 6 30 League In a very close match. Southern States won the first game by 46 pins I G A came back to win the second by 20 and narrow the lead to 26 pins The final game came out a dra\v, giving the Championship to Southern States by 26 pins The big gun for 1 G A was Dave Koogle Dave had COMPLETES COLLEGE Miss Rebecca J. Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.N. Klein, RFD 4, Mt. Airy, was awarded her diploma at graduation ceremonies at Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Va., on May 31. She majored in sociology. Arcade Bowling Lanes SINGLES TOURNAMENT BEING HELD AT ARCADE A singles tournament is being held at Arcade Lanes with first prize of $300.00, second $200.00, and third $100.00 and $25.00 for both men and women out of the money for high scratch game and set. The tournament is being run on a handicap basic of 4/5 of 140 scratch. Bowl anytime during the week from 6 p.m. on and on Saturday and Sunday from 12 noon through 11 p.m. Come on out. WINNERS OF THE THREE HOUSE TOURNAMENT The winners of the Three House tournament and the winners of $500.00 was the Lewis Restaurant team while Watkins Burdette was second and will' receive $200.00 and Coca-Cola third winning $100.00. Others placing in the money were Western Md R.R., the You Name Its, Surge No. 1, The Five Dolls, Garten Electric and C. Ed Winpigler. The winners of the singles were for the ladies Dolores Legore with 584 while Ruby Burall was second with 549 and Katherine Rippeon third with 543. Placing first for the men was Jim Taylor with 596, second Harold Dougherty with 586 and Kenny Eaves third with 584. TUESDAY MORNING WOMEN'S LEAGUE TO START JUNE 9 The Tuesday Morning Women's League will start Tuesday morning June 9 at 10 p m. with three on a team. Any team wishing to bowl may call or just come on out and any individual bowler may do the same. We will be looking for you. KIDS' LEAGUE SOON TO START The Saturday Kids' League will get on the way on Saturday, June Toastmasters Hold Meeting An exciting, educational, and stimulating meeting of the Frederick Toastmasters Club was held recently at the Hotel Frederick. President Rex Martin served as Toastmaster for the evening and the theme was "The Most Exciting Sport." New members Bill Beall and Dick Calhoun delivered "ice breakers," their initial speech to the club. Others making prepared speeches were Joe Carroll and Len DobucM. Dobucki was the winner of the trophy for the best speech of the evening. The subject concerned itself with the incredible industrial recovery of Japan since World War n. Joe Carroll entertained and enlightened the club with an out- standing delivery on "'The Most Exciting Sport," in his opinion, golf. Topic Master for the evening was Eldridge Ward who questioned the members on what has been the most exciting sport to many college students, rebellion. Joe Carroll was winner of this event. The Table Topics were two - minutes impromptu deliveries made in response to the Topic Master's questions, a most helpful method of improving one's ability in speechmaking and thinking on one's feet. Paul Beale was a guest for the evening. Anyone wishing to join in Toastmasters or interested in being a guest, is invited to contact any of the members of the Frederick Toastmasters Club. games of 124-141-140 for a big 405 total His teammate, Buzz Koogle pitched in with a 149 and 373 set Pacing the winners was Wilbur Hartsock Wilbur had a 139 game 359 combination BLANK LEADS TRAIL DRY WALL TO CROWN Trail Dry Wall won the roll-off with Surge for the Championship in the Friday Mixed League Surge won the first game by 2 pins and Trail won the second by 8 to go into the final game almost head to head However, Trail really shoveled in the coal for the last game to win it by 62 pins and lake the crown The big gun for Trail was Teddy Blank Teddy had games of 136 and 121 in his 369 set CLINK'S PUMP TANK CHAMPS Chne s Pump Tank came out victorious in the Early Bird roll- olf \vith K K Masonry K K won the first and last games but lost the second game and total pmfall to give the Championship to Chne s Pacing Chne s was Dons Chne with a 122 game and Mary Sandretzky with a 121 Patsy Korrell tossed a 115 for the losers DONOVAN HITS 359 FOR KEYSER'S WELL DRILLING June Donovan walked off with top honors in the Wedne'sday Morning Ladies League June, rolling for Keyser's Well Drilling tallied a big 359 set Pacing E C. Keys was Clara Crone and Barbara Duncan. Clara chalked up a 353 combo and Barbi 341 Tossing the high game for the day was Shirley Pomroy of The Fabric Shop. Shirley had a 130 game In a real close race Landis Jewelry came out as the second half winner Finishing up tied for second were- Masser's Motel and Keyser's Well Drilling. Hi-Way Liquor is in third Landis will now meet first half winners C L Blank in a three game roll-off, for the Championship c/Wa/rea 'Summer THE CUT-UP. 2 cups cooked San Giorgio Rigatoni · 1 cup cooked meet or chicken · Yt cup chopped cooked string beans · Yt cup chopped cooked carrots · 1 /z cup chopped apple * Vt cup cooked peas · V» cup chopped celery · 1 small onion, minced · % chopped green pepper · 1 A cup French dressing · 4 tablespoons mayonnaise. Combine all ingredients except mayonnaise in order indicated, and chill. Serve on bed of chicory, and top with mayonnaise. Serves 6. Try "The Cut-Up" and chop off 3*. RIGATONI ASiMtfwyof g£ fWTMMy FOMMI 26 at 1 p.m. Bring a friend and come on out and join in. FRIENDLY GUYS WINS BOTH HALFS ON SATURDAY NITE The Friendly Guys won both halves in the Saturday Late League and are the league champs. Their banquet will be held at Jake Hamiltons on Saturday, June 6 at 7 p.m. COLONIAL MUSIC WINS FRIDAY LEAGUE Being down on total pinfall going into the last game Colonial Music Shop got hot and defeated the Lewistown Service Center for the championship in the Friday Industtrial League. Their banquet will be held June 19 at Cozy Restaurant at Thurmont, Md. BOWL THE CHAMP NEWS Thank you folks that bowl in Bowl the Champ for being so understanding and waiting for these tournaments to be held at Arcade. But this fun packed game will again begin on Sunday night, June 14 at 7 p.m. We will be looking for you. Everybody welcome. Campbell Passes Bar Exam The Maryland Board of Law Examiners recently announced that Arthur Jordan Campbell Jr., RFD 2, Frederick, successfully completed the bar examination offered on March 2 and 3. Swear* ing-in ceremonies will be held at the Court of Appeals in Annapolis on June 22. Campbell, who intends to practice law in the Frederick area, has resided in Urbana since moving to the Frederick area in 1964. He is presently employed as the general manager of the Frederick Tide and Abstract Agency with offices at 22 W. Second St, Arthur J. Campbell Jr. SERV-U SAVE-U STORES .FORMERLY SHOPWORTH FOOD STORES ttomv ftwned--Home Operated--Home "Big Enough To Serve You - Small Enough To Know You" Prices Effective Thursday. Friday and Saturday, June 4th, 5th and 6th. DEL MONTE Pineapple Juice 46-oz. Can 37' DEL MONTE Fruit Cocktail 16-oz. Can DEL MONTE Whole Kernel Golden Corn 1*4ML COL 2"t53 c NESTLES Chocolate Flavored QUIK Mb. Tta 75' McCORMICK TEA BAGS' *** loowiih is* OK law 89c PETER PAN GOLDEN ROASTED PEANUT BUTTER "*'« 49c NEW CAFN CRUNCH'S PEANUT BUTTER CEREAL n«,b.x47c SUNSHINE Ifrttfc Hi - Ho Crackers Or 13**. Sugar Wafers 39c GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE LARGE FLORIDA ORANGES «« 45c NEW TEXAS ONIONS 3 "»«, 47c FIRM CRISP RED RADISHES lOc ESSKAY Q-WAL-ITY FRESH COUNTRY SAUSAGE »» 75c EARLY JOY SLICED BACON » ** 65c SMOKED PICNIC SHOULDERS "* * v , . b 59c VACUUM PACK MIX OR MATCH SALE Plain Bologna, Cooked Salomi or Spice Luncheon Meat 2 64Z. PKOS. 31C BIG BET DOG FOOD 2 i6««. can, 19 C BEAT THE INSECTS WITH CITRONELLA CANDLES 49c Gulf Spray Flying INSECT KILLER "«* --· -n 85c REGULAR 26-OZ. BOX NABISCO 10-oz. Toastettes roaster PasttK* AH Varieties Or 4%-oz. Shapies, Flings or Chipsters 39c Mb. 2-Oi. King Sii* With «c Off lot* $1.05 King Size 32-Oz. Bottle LEMON FRESH JOY Tfie Defergenf For Sparkling Dishes With 15c Off Label 65 We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities

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