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? L % !+ Specials 4 The Gienviile Democrat-Pathfinder Thursday, February l y, Travis Woodford 5, Eddie b L Carder 3, Doug Heater 2, Will Lady Pioneers lu Ratliff 2, and Jason Poole 1. 3 M, -TITA S O Charleston 99- GILMER VARSITY still Gilmer s at halftime 33-29. stole the ball with 36 seconds TO JANE LEW o, K LOSES TO BRAXTON At the end of the third period, left and scored to win 63-62.On Thursday/February 9, theMonique Johnson used a sec- and Karen Wooters H On Tuesday, February 7, the Gilmer continued to lead 45-40. The Gilmer JV defeated the Jane Lew Redskins defeated the and half stampede to score 27 with 12 and 11 points un( Braxton Eagles played the With 4 minutes and 12 seconds Braxton JV 61-56. Gilmer County Mini-Titans in a points and lead the Lady Pit- tively. . st, Gilmcr Titans in Glenville. At left in the game, Braxton tied regular season game at GCHS. neers to a 99-83 win over the The win upped the l foll the end of the first period, the score at 52 all. Gilmer re- BRAXTONDEFEATS At the closing of the first period, visiting University of Char- record to 11-1 in the West] Gilmerled 13-6. The lead was gained its lead untd Braxton GILMERFRESHMEN the Redskins led 20-9. Theylesion, giniaConference, whiteU e. The Gilmer County Freshmen held their lead 25-9 at halftime. Johnson ended the game with to 8-3 in the WVC a ,, A , hosted the Braxton Eagles 6n Still scoreless in the third quar- 35 points, followed by Kim overall. Glenvilles overall a [ Monday, February 6. The ter, the Mini-Titans trailed 38-9. Creel with 21 and Tami Simons ord raised to 14-4. ll er The Key Myeye t;omputer Gilmer Frosh led Braxton 6-2 at The local team rallied for a . . ,, CI:Ch I')nl= h R,att r .Inh[ the end of the first quarter. The comeback in the fourth period of Pioneers pummel West Liberty =,vvv Eagles took the halftime lead play; however, the game ended 14-11. At the end of the third with a 42-21 victory for Jane =.&,.y _ . period of play, Braxton jumped Lew. The Glenville State Collegesurge to surmount the to Better Seemff out to a 27-13 lead. Scoring The scorers for the Mini-Ti- Pioneers had three players in team. The score was tied only 4 points in the final period, tans were: Travis Woodford 6; double figures, as they downed half 29-29. ONLY AT Gilmer Freshmen fell prey to Jason Poole 6; Joey Self 3;West Liberty at home on Wed- The Pioneers collected B.t ....... the Eagles 39-17. Doug Heater 2; Eddie Carder 2; nesday night, Feb. 8. bounds on the night, rvi, Dr. Mark Cinalli Jason Fisher led the scoring and George Welsh 2. David Hall netted 22 points, Jackson grabbing 13 and m tte for Gilmcr with 12. David RichAction this week includes: followed by Paul Grier with 16 liamson nine. . _!d College & Howard St. had 2; Richard Bailey 2; and Weston away on Monday, Feb-and William Jackson with 13, as The win brought the PiO l Glenville, WV Mike Shackleford 1. ruary 13; Carlo at home on they lead the Pioneers to their record to 12-10 overall Tuesday, February 14; and tour- 12th win of the season against in the West virginia a Every Wed.10-6 DODDRIDGE DOWNS naments February 17-18 at 10losses. ence. West Liberty fell tanner 462-5366 CILMER FROSH Wcston. After starting off slow, the overall and 4-10 in the ! Pioneers used"a second halfence. ....... The Gilmerfrosh traveled to Doddridge to play the Black History Doddridge Bulldogs. The Bull- dogs jumped to an cady lead at the end of the first quarter 15 to Month noted 2. Doddridge kept the lead going into halftime 23 to 4. At the end with guest speaker of the third quarter Doddridge i~- Home School Support Group was still ahead 32 to 8. The Gilrf'~r County Home School Support Group will rr~ Doddridge kept the lead and had Herbert Henderson will be Monday. February 20 at 1:00 p.m. at St. Mark's Church. Ev., ;a r won 44 to 15. Richard Bailey the featured speaker on Thurs- one is welcome. For further information call Tnca u, day, Feb. 16 at 7 p.m. in the 462-7286. Mossberg 12 ga. 3" Camo with sling 20" barrel $1 95.00 Remington 870 Spl. FId. 12 ga. 3", 21" barrel $350.00 Winchester 1300 12 ga. 3" 22" barrel with sling $225.00 Lynch Pushbutton Turkey Calls $10.87 Quaker Boy Easy Yelper Calls $12.19 "Let Us Save You Some Money!" led Gilmer's scoring with 6, David Rich 4, Mike Shackleford 3, and Jason Jones 2 SUTTON DEFEATS MINI-TITANS On Monday, February 6, the Sutton Blue Devils defeated the Gilmer Mini Titans in Sutton. At the end of the first quarter, Sutton led 6-2. The Blue Devils continued to lead at halftime 15- 2. Sutton again dominated in the third period 21-9. The Mini- Titans held the Blue Devils to one point in the fourth quarter; however, fell short 22-13. Scoring for Gilmer were: Verona Mapel Room of the Pio- neer Center at Glenville State College, in recognition of Black History Month. Henderson is a senior law partner of Henderson and Hen- derson Law Finn in Huntington. He earned his law degree from George Washington University. Henderson has managed and supervised the West Virginia NAACP Jobs Program since 1978, has been the state presi- dent of the NAACP since 1966, and has been a member of the NAACP's National Board of Di- rectors since 1980. Mr. Henderson is being spon- sored for the speech by Pi Gamma Mu, UBA, and the Wesley Foundation of GlenviUe State College. These groups strongly urge the public to at- tend this informative seminar. Please join, _ Song and Prayer Service The Tanner Boys will be at the Little Kanawha Ind~ Church, February 25 at 7:30 p.m. A song a prayer service w- be held. On February 26 at 7:00, the Steele Family from Cl~d" leston will be guests. Ronzel Roberts, Pastor. Valentine Dance A Valentine Dace will be held at the Ceda~vllle RrehoU~. Saturday, February 18 from 7-10 p.m. The dance is sponsored by the Cedarville Centunons 4-H Club. Refreshments will be available, admis~on is .50. Child Development Program Openings The Gilmer County Child Development Program has imme~ ate openings for 3, 4, and 5 year aids in its preschool pr~ gram, Tuesday and Thursday n2ornings of the Se..nior C!.~e~ Center. No income guidelines. Par more information ca, t~,7 Russell at 462-7286. Baseball Umpldng Class Held A baseball umpidng class will be held by the Uttle Kano..v~_~ Umpires Association. The class will prepare you to umpire 1"~ _) school games. The organizational meeting will r _/de Saturday, Februow 18, at I0:00 a.m. at ~ Senlor ~lti~e~. ;'~111 -Center In'~(ant~411e~ For further Informcrnon contact r ~ - Gainer at 354-7274. Revival There will be a revival at the Tanner United Methodist ChUrCt~ at 7 p.m., February 24, 25 ar',d 26. Everyone is invited. ReV. William Martin Wir'~, pastor. GILMER c'OUNTY FARM SUPPLY MAIN & LEWIS ST., GLENVILLE 462-8051 NI,I= Mea I11'1 Present'ing . . , Dennis Fitzpatrick ...a new associate agent exclusively representing Ken Foglesong. As an associate agent, Dennis Fitzpatrick Is thor- oughly trained and licensed to sell Nationwide Insur- ance. Having Dennis on our support staff will give added convenience to our policy- holders and Improve the overall efficiency of our agency. Ken Foglesong Fairground Rd. (Rt. 5 E.) Glenville, WV ,i 462-8334 NATIONWIDE I_[ INSURANCE 2', .,7.:o7. 7 j.."+" =''*''' OffiCe: Colr+m~le, ~to 15 & 30 gun capacity Joyful Noise Joyful Noise meets after school on Thursday at Trinity Unlit, Methodist Church. A new leadership team has a varteW ~ special activities planned, along with games, rnt~, c~-' snacks. Children In Klndergarten through s~xth grade are en" cauragecl to participate. Continued on Page 12 Ill I I Serving GIImer & Surroundir~g counties Since 1953 COLLINS INSURANCE AGENCY For your auto, health, life, motorcycle, flood, business Irv suraree, bonds, cancer & Medi- care supplements. A~ & Jim P..,~41H~ B| L Torn Mtnney lr / & apm 216 E l~In SL Glenvllkl, WV Phone 462-7951 CLOSED SATURDAYS Polluted air .~e i rabbits I and tell e oge| we all have| about death" | I un vault on d for s il 315 W. Main St., Glenville 462-5631