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"4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder William Hunt f?EAL 512 Elk Street Ottlee 314. er 3ql4-5547 Eve iogo 7q5.2410 i 5 acres, Sinking Creek - Gilmer County - Sometimes it is better to pay a little~ more and get a lot more. We have a beautiful 5 acre tract that's mostly fiat and in grass, has a pretty stream and electricity. Way back, yet easily accessible and close to Glenville. Good buy at $4,900.00. Perfect for farm, camp, home, or anything. Alice, Gilmer County - Two rivers come together on the edge of the land, creating approximately 10 acres of rich bottom land, Accessible by paved county road. Balance of 60 acres mature timber and Ό mile river frontage. $19,900.00. 105 acres, Route 18, Gilmer County - Excellent farm land. large piece of fiat bottom land, old barn, very nice large stream with good fishing, paved road frontage. In general, just a nice piece of land ready to farm. $29,500.00. 120 acres, Turkey Run, Gilmer County - Wild and way back with difficult access. Old 4 room house mostly fallen down, good timber, a few fiat spots. Bring your boots to look at this. The potential for a good sheep or cattle farm is here with some work, $17,500.00. Big Spread, 557 acres in Ritchie County - It's wild. woolly and way, way back. Navigate your Sherman tank up the middle of the creek to get there. Watch the deer. fox, rabbits, squirrel, bear, panthers, baboons, play in your forest. Be a land baron for $59.00 per acre. A real excursion to see this. so bring rations. Upshgr County Special - 16 A. hideaway, 1-2 A. level bottom, way back in the weeds, excellent hunting and fishing. Good buy at $4,900. I February 12. 1976 Rick Gumm Eric Williams In the Little Kanawha Conference wrestling tourney in Williamstown, Gilmer's Rick Gum placed third in the 167 pound class and Eric Williams placed second in the 112 pound class. According to Coach Barton. Gum was "the second GCHS student to place third in the LKC tourney" and Williams was the "first to place second." I IIJ I I Also, Coach Barton explained that a "6.45 dual competition mark had been set by Gilmer at the tourney" which is "the best dual competition record set in the county." Overall, Gi~er placed sixth out of the nine teams who participated. Spencer placed first, then Wirt. St. Mary's, Williamstown, Parkersharg Catholic, G~er, Harrisvflle, Calhoun and Walton. PLAN AHEAD ENROLL NOW for Graduate as a Professional Hairdresser 6overnment 6rants are available "G.I. and Veteran Approved" "'START YOUR CAREER TODAY'" A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED BEAUTY SCHOOL CLARKSBURG BEAUTY 339 W. PikeSt Clarksburg, WV Phone: 624-6473 FREE INFORMATION Name ......... Address City ....... State Phone STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. £1et Ready for Spring With Sears Home Improvement Sale. [ Searsi Phone 462-7939 - 462-8483 .4. t horized CATAI.OG SALES MERCHANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL II | Reason 15. If you should qualify for the Short Form we'll do that at a very low price. And when we prepare your Federal return our charge always includes your resident state return, I IIIIII I THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 2121/ Main St. - Glenville Hours 9-5 Phone 462-T/84 crush Taking an early 22-8 first quarter lead. Gilmer County High School led throughout the whole game to defeat Walton at the Titan gym. 73-45 in an 'LKC game. The Titans played a strong. defensive game to keep the Tigers from scoring. Tim Brady accumulated 26 points for Gilmer. He hit on 11 field goals and got four from the foul line. Jerry McPherson tallied 10 points for the Titans. This was Gilmer's eighth win in 13 games overall and the sixth LKC triumph in nine games. Leading scorer for Walton was Tim Nida with 17 points and Terry Huffman with 16. Brady scored 13 points in the first quarter and seven in the second as the Titans led Walton at the half. 37-21. For Walton. Huffman led with 12 points in the first 16 minutes of play. In the third period, the Titans outscored the Tigers 20-11 as Don Wilson scored eight points in the effort. Dennis Reese scored six and the Titans ended the third period with a 57-32 lead. The fourth period saw Gilmer getting the rebounds and many turnovers by Walton. The Titans played a consistant fourth period and with 35 seconds left, led Walton by 30 points, 73-43. McPherson led Gilmer with 13 rebounds, Wilson got nine and Brady eight. The Titans will travel to Pennsbero. February 12. Gilmer's next home bout is with Calhoun County. Friday, February 13 at the GSC fieldhouse. I Outscoring Gilmer County, 43-17, in the first and third quarters, Clarksburg Roosevelt-Wilson ripped the Titans in Clarksburg last Friday night, 74-51. Clarksburg took a 22-9 first quarter lead, and broke the game wide open with a 21-8 margin in the third. For the Presidents, Chris Signor- elh pumped-in 26 points, Steve Cutright got 13 and Tim Lilly and Mike Robey got 10 apiece. For Gilmer. Jerry McPherson and Tim Brady beth got 12. The Titans are now 8-6 for the season. Gilmer is idle until this Friday, when Calhoun County comes to test the Titans. Troy's Mike King got 22 big points to help Troy smash Tanner 44-12 last week at Tanner. Tanner didn't score a point until the tl-drd quarter as Troy led 4-0 after the first and 12-O at the half. Tanner scored eight points in the third, but Troy led 26-8 going into the fourth. Troy Coach Bill Jones said that Tanner "didn't attempt to shoot the ball and held back." He said "'Troy shot 64 percent from the floor which may be the best percentage Troy has had." For Tanner, Bruce Smith was held back to only two points. Smith usually scores about 16 or 17 points per game. Steve Carney had 10 points for Troy, who is 12-O for the year. COUNTY COURT NEWS Marriages Vere Harold Brannon, 41. of Arnoldsburg, Calhoun County to Janice Pauline Hall, 25. of Rosedale, Gilmer County. "Wills Artie F. Williams, Kanawha Drive, Glenville, Gilmer County, deceased. eoooooe@@o@ Deduct Up To From Federal 500 AYear : Gross Income " • • • • • if you are working but not * • covered by a pension plan • • you may be able to use up • • to $1,500 a year to set up • • your own retirement fund• : on a lax deductible basis. • • Call or write. • • HUNTER B. BEALL. IR • • • • • 813 Grand Central Avenue • Vienna, W.Va. 26105 • 13041 • • Office: 295-4561 • Residence [304) 295-5353 : •• Metropolitsn Life, New York, N.Y. eo o•••@@lt•o••••••••••e••••e Y r McPherson pops two in for Gilmer in win over Y The Gilmer County Jr. Varsity crushed Walton's JV's Feb. 3 at the GCHS gym. 66-30. The Titans took an early lead and led at the end of the first quarter. 14-6. The second quarter was dominated by the Gilmer JV's, as they led at the half, 29-18. Gilmer led in the rebounding department as Bob Hatton got 13 and Mark Gainer got 12. Third quarter action ended with Gilmer on top, 46-22. The Titans played a consistent, defensive game and took advantage of Walton turnovers. Leading scorerS Bob Hatton with 14 12, Mark Gainer 11 10. Remember that and i’ p.m. On Hotiday we~s' be even earlier. Hi~ advertising in early merit. School and Office Supplies? Sea Us First! Gilmer Graphics, Inc. 109 E. Main St. Glenville, WOULD YOU LIKE A HUNTING The building construction class at the Career Center is interested in building a sma pilot project for other construction work. be interested in purchasing materials for and paying-a small fee for tool replacement, please see or call Beecher Career Center. 354-6151. "In response to many requests, I have decided Primary election as a candidate for the House Having retired after thirty years in business, II health and anxious to represent the 23rd the House. / I have served two terms on the Burnsvflle one term as Town Recorder, and am presently Mayor of Burnsville. I am a member of the Burnsville United and Chairman of the Administrative Board. served as a member of the Wesley Glenvme State College. In Braxton County, I have served on County Extension Service, the Fair Redevelopment, Salt Llck Watershed Recreational Development Authority. these capacities, I have worked with agencies and have a good working their representatives. State In civic affairs, I have been a member of Lions Club for many years. I have served the terms as President and am presently its been Zone Chairman and Deputy District also worked with the Boy Scouts. My goal as your representative will be to energies and the time I am given by mY business responsibilities to the fostering recreational and industrial development of that comprise the 23rd Delegate District. Since I have never been involved in side the Town of Burnsvllle, I owe no or faction. Thus I feel ! am in a unique represent all the citizens of our region. I more business-like approach to government the self-serving attitude that too often has elected officials" Hoping for your support, I am Potil~cal adver~,sement prod for by