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4 The Glenville U~mocrat/Pathlinder January 29, 1976 U High School days will . .~gain be a feature of the 39th Annual .V~;~ Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament, February 25 through February 28, at Charleston Civic Center. Invita- tions have been sent to approximately 80 high schools, junior high schools and elementary schools, inviting the members of their basketball teams and sponsors to attend the tournament during the first two days. Attendance is limited to a single session on Wednesday. February 26, 10:30 a.m., or 6:30 p.m.. and on Thursday, February 27. 1:30 p.m. Last year. approximately 1,500 future basketball prospects for the WVIAC. and their coaches or sponsors watched a segment of the tournament as guests of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and Charleston Lions Club. School basketball teams who have not had an opportunity to attend and would like to do so, are asked to write or call Mike McLaughlin, Commis- sioner-WVIAC, 1029 Quincy Street, Parkersburg, West Virginia 26101, Phone 485-3958. Sportsmen meetings planned in March A public meeting open to all held March 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the interested persons to discuss 1977 National Guard Building in Weston. A ,, game and fish season plus bag and similar meeting will also be held in creel limits and regulations will be Spencer on March 16. GARTON REAL ESTATE INC. BROKER Serving The Real Estate Needs of Gilmer, Lewis, Braxton, Upshur, and Harrison Counties. Copies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Summers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery. Superette, and Gilmer Graphics, Inc. OPEN TIL 10 PM EVERY NIGHT PHONE 462-8404 SUPERETTE Phone 269-1527 421 MAIN AVE. WESTON, WV 26452 * in St., Grantsville, WV Over Parsons Jewelry Hours Mon., Tues., Wed., 1-4 p.m. Fri. 1-7 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. In Glenville See Ken Foglesong at 509 Walnut St. Beside Vera Lee Apts. or Call 462-8847 After 5 p.m. or anytime Sat. or Sun. Short Forms $9 T 81 L top in bowline With a 34-17 win-loss record, the Left Overs are the number one team in the GSC Faculty and Staff Bowling League standings for the week ending ]an. 19. The number two team is the Has Been's with the Monkey-shiners, the Bombers, the Oilers, the Misfits, Anything Goes, the Accidents, Hit and Miss. Gilmer Graphics, the Hobo's and the Gutter Snipes following. Bowlers with highest averages are Bantz Collins with 173, Bob Turner with 166 and Marty Logan with 164. For the women, Elsie Kirkpatrick had the highest average with 169, Sandy Waggoner with 159 and Edna Collins with 148. Hunters bag 62 bears in state Hunters killed 62 bears during the 1975 season, reports Dan E. Cantner, wildlife resources chief. Three bears were bagged during bow season and the remainder were taken during the split firearms season. The 1975 total was the third- largest in seven years. The two best years during that period were 1968 (77 kills} and 1971 {64 kills). The leading counties in 1975 were: Greenbrier, 21; Pocahontas, 14; Randolph. 13; Pendieton, nine, and Webster, three. The second portion of the split season was held later this year to allow more time for females to begin hibernating. Cantner said, "'Last year the number of males and females killed was about equal. This year, however, 15 males were taken in the second part of the season and only six females. .. .. LB LB *'" LB [B LB /J :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: lohn W. Roberts of Grantsvflle supplied this very old picture of Henry Ford at the wheel of a 1900 Ford. BY ANGELA AND FORD BOTHWELL A majority of campers use sleeping bags but unfor- tunately, those who know how to buy them properly are in the minority. With many inferior bags on the market, which one do you choose? Here are some things you. should know: Types of bags: There are three basic types -- rec- tangular, with full-length zippers: mummy bags, which fit snugly; and tapered bags, which are slightly roomier than mummy models. While rectangular bags offer more room, mummy bags heat up quicker and require less in- sulation. For example, four pounds of insulation in a rec- tangular bag may not be as warm as three pounds in a mummy bag. Insulation: This is the most important, and most con- fusing, factor to consider when buying a bag. The insula- tion in a bag doesn't provide heat; it traps dead air to pre- vent body heat from escaping while still filtering out perspiration. How much insulation you need depends on your body's metabolism, i.e., its ability to produce heat. Bags filled with lightweight goose or duck down are the most expensive, but they have excellent loft, which means they trap air best and offer the greatest warmth. Acrylics and polyesters are used as insulation in cheaper bags, while Dacron Fiherfill II is the best of the synthetic insulators. The latter provides almost as much insulation and lightweightness as down, is cheaper and dries quicker when wet. Some quality bags use an inner layer of down and an out- side layer of synthetic insulation. Above all, never buy a bag filled with discarded cuttings of insulating fibers, which bunch together and give the bag cold spots. Outer shell: Any quality bag covered with cotton duck, poplin, balloon cloth or ripstop nylon will be water- repellent, yet breathe out perspiration. Avoid bags adver- tised as "waterproof." They trap perspiration, besides cracking. Don't pay extra for staff bags for sleeping bag storage. Plastic trash bags can do the job just as well. Store bags rolled loosely. More on how to buy sleeping bags in a future column. When you're off camping, is your house safe from burglars? Send for the free booklet, "Surelocked Homes," by writing, "Lock" Camping Family Style c/o this newspaper. Enclose a first-class stamp for reture postage. (Suburban Features) NOTICE! The Community Ac- tion Association is now taking applications for the gardening project. Applications are a- vailable at the CAA Office and must be completed and in the office by February 20. The largest hailstone on record in the U.S. mea- sured 17 inches around and it weighed 1 1/2 pounds according to World Book Encyclopedia. WATCH ABC'S TELECAST OF THE In Color BROUGHT TO YOU IN PART BY AMERICA BANKERS materials let Gilmer County the process of improvement school students. In program, high ted donations of county residents bY date, however, not mate for donations has these guidelines tion. Either fiction hardbacks or ceptable in biography, short and religion to fiction and comics. Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated. etc. will be suitable. Any donations and appreciated, off at the fonowinll County High schools, the Variety and at Kanawha According of the Gilmer "'there are two caused by Infectious recent case in out common and beni~ Serum viruses personal contact. contaminated shellfish} and Gross. Type A takes appear after one virus. Dr. Gross three to six those affected, not required." two of "mild respiratory or followed by two increased jaundice, or eyes." Complete gradual over nent liver effects, however, unlikely." specific treatment begun, except disease need to with other for three the onset." 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