The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 5, 1967 · Page 5
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September 5, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 5

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(ft Q. Z (ft 0. Z UJ 0. E THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Tuesday. September i, 19*7 Page 7 Welcome Teachers Keyser W As another school year approaches we extend a sincere and hearty, "Welcome" to all the teachers of Frederick County. For the most of you, Frederick County is "Home" the year around. However, there are also many new faces among you this year, and it is Routzahn's wish that you, too will soon call our community your home. You will find many fine citizens, churches, businesses, civic and social organizations in our growing and prospering community, stand ready to serve you in every way. Once again this year it is our good fortune to have our children In »uch capable hands. By JIM OILFORO Outdoor Editor Austin Keyser, Yellow Springs, and Howard Zimmerman, Frederick, fired high scores to win the doub'es and handicap events respectively at the Tuscarora Gun Club's 13th Annual Corn ^hoot, Saturday and Sunday. Keyser broke 96 x 100 to lead a field of 60 entries vying for the open trophy awarded to Hi- gun in Saturday's doubles clay target match. Taking Runner- up in the doubles with 95 x 100 was Ohmer W. Webb, Sr., Washington, D.C. Zimmerman won a tight race Sunday in the handicap event to claim Hi-gun among a field of 27 contestants. Tied at 98 x 100 with Fred Barnes, Baltimore and R. L. Curtis, Sparks, Md. at the end of the regular 100 arget event. Zimmerman had to break 24 x 25 and 22 x 25 in a shoot-off to win. Curtis drop- ned three targets in the first ··mind of the shoot-off, while Barnes posted scores of 24 x ?5 and 21 x 25 to take runner-up spot. Charles Burtner, 16 year old '··aoshooter from Middletown, shooting from the 20 yard stripe rroke 95 x 100 to COD top honors in the Junior division of the handicap match. Hi-eun in Saturday's 16-yard sing'es was Stanley T. Vocke, Jr., Baltimore, whose perfect card of 100 x 100 was top in a field of 117 shooters. Trailing Vocke by one target to tie for Runner-up honors were seven shooters - Ohmer Webb, Sr.; William Day, Takoma Park; Richard Sharrer, Frederick; James Stine, Elizabethville, Pa.; Harry Neudeck- ti, Westminster; Ralph Scruton, Greencastle, Pa.; and Virgil Mathias. Petersburg, W. Va. Webb, showing flawless form under pressure, broke 125 straight to take Runner-up for Hi- gun. Also shooting well in the overtime was Day, who broke 100 straight before dropping two targets in the fifth round of the shoot-off. Vocke, Webb, and bay were awarded silver pins by the Tuscarora Club for breaking 100 straight in competition. Jeff Lang'ey, Bryantown, Md. rested a combined score of 286 x 300 in the 16 yard, doubles and handicap matches to earn High-Over-All. Trailing Langley I in aggregate score were Sharrer and Day. both with 281. Complete results of the weekend shoot are as follows: i 16 YARD TARGETS -- Hi- lil JL Z UJ CD 0. OL Z UJ Especially for you *.. Routzahn's will instantly open for you a "Personal Charge Account" and automatically honor all Charges. Just say that you are a member of the Frederick County Board of Education. outzahn's DEPARTMENT STORE ·'ON THE SQUARE" FURNITURE mtzahn's 26 East Patrick St. 662-2141 gun - Stanley T. Vocke, Jr., Baltimore, 100 x 100; Runner- up - Ohmer W. Webb, Sr., Washington, D. C., 99 x 100; Class AA winner -William Day, Takoma Park, 99 x 100; runner- up - Richard Sharrer, Frederick, 99 x 100; Class A winner Harry Neudecker, Westminster, 99 x 100; runner-up - Ralph Scruton, Greencastle, 99 x 100; Class B winner - William Todd, Hyattsville, 98 x 100, runner-up Jeff Langley, Bryantown, 98 x 100, Class C winner - Virgil Mathias, Petersburg, W. Va., 9i» x 100- "-unner-up D. H. Small, Chambersburg, Pa. 95 x 100; Class D winner - Ann Gray, Seabrook, 94 x 100; runner-up Chester Moore, Mt. Airy, 93 x Youth Jailed For Possessing LSD BALTIMORE (AP) -- Baltimore Municipal Court Judge I. Sewell Lamdin sentenced a 17- year-old Baltimore County youth to six months imprisonment Fri- ; day for possession of the drug, ! LSD. ! Richard B. Templeton of the Carney area was given concurrent six-month terms in the possession charge and a probation violation charge. A companion was fined $50 and told to stay out of the Mt. Vernon area of Baltimore for a year. 100; Hi-woman - Gwynn Simmons, Hampstead, 91 x 100; Hi-junior - Jeff Kurd, Hagerstown, 98 x 100. DOUBLES - Hi-gun -Austin Keyser, Yellow Springs, 96 x 100; Runner-up - Ohmer Web, Sr. 95 x 100. HANDICAP - Hi-gun - Howard Zimmerman, Frederick, 98 x 100; Runner-up Frederick Barnes, Baltimore, 98 x 100; 18 - 20 yds. - winner: R. L. Curtis, Sparks, 98 x 100; runnerup: R. W. Fink, Sr., York, Pa., 98 x 100; 21 - 22 yds. - winner: H E. Brown, Baltimore, 96 x 100; runner-up: Jeff Langley, Bryantown, 96 x 100; 23 - 24 yds - winner: H. W. Maas, Springfield, Va., 96 x 100; runner-up : Tom Ponento, Baltimore, 93 x 100; 23 - 27 yds.: winner - Ralph Cornett, Sykesville, 96 x 100; runner-up: Herman Hooper, Westminster, 93 x '· 100; Hi-woman - Thelma Richards, Westminster, 95 x 100; Hi-junior - Charles Burtner, Middletown, 95 x 100. HIGH-OVER-ALL - Jeff Langley, Bryantown, 286 x 300. Only 17 rtates require Optk*- cans to have a license. No §t»»» has added a licensing requirement for Opticians to its ton since 1956. Don't Ntftoct SllpphM FALSE TEETH Do falae teeth drop, slip or woMto when you talk, eat. laugh or MM«ttf Don't be annoyed and emt------~" Do you insure your home? j Your car? Your other worldly j goods? Shouldn't you insure | your eyes -- with protective, eyewear? ! IJOU t ue »UUWJW ·***. «····"··- by tuch handicap*. FASTBTTB. ·» alkaline (non-acid) powder 'o «prla- kle on your plates, keep* ·!·· ***~ more firmly set. Olvee confident Je»U Ing of «ecurtty and added comfort. N? mmmy. gooey taste or (MUac. Denture* that fit are eMenttat «· health. See your den tut regularly. Oet PASTESTH at aU drug oouatMgv Man Shoots Self In j [land Loading Gun A Florida man was treated and released from Frederick Memorial Hospital last night for a gunshot wound of the hand. City Police said James Chalmers, 32 of Bay .South, Fla. was treated at the hospital after shooting himself in the hand about 10:45 p.m. Police said Chalmers told them he was loading his .22 caliber revolver at the Jenkins Brothers camp when it discharged. Photo by Jim Gilford TOP not'BLES SHOOTER -- Austin Keyser holds the trophy won by posting high score Saturday in the doubles event of Tuscarora's Corn Shoot. Keyser is the current Maryla.id State Doubles Champion. GET THE GENUINE mm mm 'Thrust-Back Collar' TOILET TANK BALL America'! large*! SeMer The efficient Water Matter initontly jlopi the flow of water after each fluihing. 7 5 A T H A R D W A R E S T O R E S FREE-STALL LOAFING BARN Can be built of Steel or tvood siding! Q. 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