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Daily News (Newspaper) - April 28, 1986, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania PACE THE DAILY NEWS Huntingdon Soxton and Mount Union Pa Monday April 21 TOP TROPHY WINNERS in the turkey calling and owl hoot contests at the 1986 Country Sports Show are shown back row left to right Brian Bilger first amateur air Larry Weyandt first master friction and first master first junior division open friction and open air and first senior division amateur air The owl hoot winners front rw left to right Darin Wagner first junior division and Steve Winegardner first semor Rain and cooler temperatures are forecast Skin tanning blue skies temperatures in the SOs gentle breezes what a beautiful weekend in Huntingdon County The weather couldnt have been more perfect for gardening atten ding the Country Sports Show touring the lake dozing in a lawn chair or even picking up litter along the countys highways According to the National Weather Service observer in Huntingdon the thermometer rose to 82 on Saturday and then peaked at 84 on Sunday A low for 46 degrees was recorded near dawn this morning Now that everyone is back to work the skies will become cloudier today creating a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms by this evening The skies will clear on Wednesday but on Thursday rain is again in the forecast After a high in the mid SOs today the weather will to a low tonight in the mid SOs LORY CROWLEY daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Crowley Milesburg is dwarfed by the size of Sam the oldest and heaviest gelding in the Percheron hitch that was the feature attraction at the 1986 Country Sports Show Sam is 15 and weighs 2370 pounds The Percherons gave impressive per Saturday and Sunday be back next year HERE ARE THE TOP AWARD winners in the shoot Sunday at the Country Sports Show front row left to right Ed Sellers Alexandria RD 1 percussion and Greig Barnish Huntingdon RD 4 junior flint Back row Jr Huntingdon flint senior division and Clint Stull Warriors Mark supervisor L ID D T C H 9 iTi 3D in O ID C X ID Come To Huntingdon or Saxton 3D in O ID X ID DRESSES 2495 to 1 to 20 1 For Mothers Day For Graduation ID For Weddings D For Vacations i Skirts Blouses Sweaters Slacks ID Coats Scarfs D in O ID C ID g 3D O ID ID Pantsuits Free Gift Boxes And Wrapping GIFT CERTIFICATES m 3D in O ID The new VIA Passbook The security of a passbook savings account with new higher variable interest rates Now you are able to earn even higher interest rates with the same passbook savings account security The more money you save the more interest you earn For example if your VIA Passbook balance is or more you earn more interest than if your balance is There is a minimum balance of to open and maintain your VIA Passbook Your VIA Passbook has the exact same security as your present passbook savings account Savings are insured up to Your VIA Passbook gives you the opportunity to make automatic transfers from your United Federal Savings Bank checking account into your VIA Passbook If you maintain a VIA Passbook balance you also qualify for a checking account free of monthly service charges UNITED FEDERAL BANK The more you save the more you earn Serving Centre Clearfield and Huntingdon Counties
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