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11m GlviIle Dmnocrat/Pathflnder March 4. 1976 Titans on shod end of overtime thriller Okie Amos' 12 points in two overtimes led Harrisville to a heart stopping 77-74 Little Kanawha Conference win over home standing Gilmer Tuesday. February 24. Tim Brady sent the thriller into overtime when he swished a 15-foot jumper with four seconds to play. That tied the score at 65-65 The rivals then matched five point outputs in the first extra period before Amos did his thing in the final overtime stanza. Amos led all scorers as he pumped in 33 points, swishing 11 fielders and the same number of fouls. Jeff Childress also had 19 counters and Craig Parks 10 for Harrisville. Brady paced a balanced Titan attack as he tossed in 18 points on eight goals and two fouls. Jerry McPherson added 16, Kevin Kennedy 15 and Don Wilson 12 for the Red, White and Blue Gilmer held a 33-29 field seal advantage but the Gators converted 19 of 31 gift shots to a mere eight of 16 for the Titans. Score by Quarters: Harrisville 21 12 15 17 5 7.77 Gilmer 14 19 14 18 5 4-74 k Harrisville (77) Okie Amos, 11-11-33; Craig Parks. 4-2-10; Jerry Helmick, 3.0-6; Jeff Stanley. 0-1-1. TOTALS: 29-19 (31) - 77. Gilmer (74) Bill Lilly. 1-1-3; Kevin Kennedy, 7-1-15; Don Wilson. 5-2-12; Tim Brady, 8-2-18; Jm, ry McPhorlgm laye in a hook slmt for the cause as Gilmer County failed to come Jerry McPherson, 7-2-16; Ed Reed, 1-O-2: Dennis Reese, 4-0-8. TOTALS: up tm the winn.__ing end of the score in a same against Harrisville played here 33-8 (16) - 74. February 24. HAPPY BIRTHDAY iEBBIE! " Now that you are 18, [V[00Tr,,NS'S LE.t HAVE FUN! ' NANCY, TOM & TODD i m i  WEST SECOND ST. WESTON, WV A Hour= tO-0Dfay 12-6 Sunday C One piece A line dress and midriff tie jacket scoop neck line, lace trimmed. 14'95 Two-piece dress, button front with tie, tong sleeves. 14.95 Sleeveless dress, natural waist, sti.gh tly flared skirt, short sleeve matching jacket with tie frc,nt. 15.95 NEW ARRIVALS FOR SPRING Soft as a whisper-our chic fashions for spring. Catch a swoosh of fresh spring air-they're that light and breezy, Choose from romantic soft naturals-Earth Cloth and Calcutta...also your favorite Polyesters. Half Sizes ........ 12.95 to 24.95 McGraw proposes bill Senator Warren McGraw (D-Ral- eigh and Wyoming) has proposed a bill to protect "a hitherto unprotected" species of wildlife from what he terms "the onslaught of a modern civilization which demands the hide of the stealthy and cunning fox for protection of the human body from the elements." The fox, both red and white, has never enjoyed the protection of West Virginia law from man, whom McGraw claims is his most persistent predator Fork, died at 6 a.m., Sunday, February 15, at the Stonewall Jackson Hospital in Weston following an extended illness. He was born in Gilmer County, December 16, 1889, the son of the late Samuel and Frances Messenger McHenry. He was first married to the late Clara Pritt. He later married Bertha Heater, who survives. Surviving the first marriage are two sons, Gilbert of Bulltown, and Dale of Hamilton. Ohio. Three daughters; Stacy Alltop, Myrtle McHenry Vankirk of Weston, and Agnes Hudnall of Hansford. Surviving the second marriage ere three sons, Max and Roland of Canton, Ohio, and Bernard of Louisville, Ohio. Also surviving is one sister, Mrs. Itolo King and 35 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sons, one brother and two sisters. Oma M. Danley Mrs. Oma M. Danley, 71, of Glenville died Wednesday. February 25 in her home after an extended illness. Bern in Gilmer county, a daughter of the late Samuel and Martha Jenkins Deuley, she was a member of the Middle Run Baptist Church. Surviving her is her husband Ernest; four daughters, Mrs. Ruth Barker of Parkersburg, Mrs. Ida Williams of Newbury, Ohio, Mrs. Minnie Snider of Toledo, Ohio and Mrs. Grace Mathews of Chardon, Ohio; one son. Harry Parsons of Perrysburg, Ohio. Also am'Diving are three brothers. Arthur Deuley of Grantsville, Ed Deuley of Glenville and Robert Deuly of Grafton, Ohio; four sisters, Mrs. Esta Harris of Weston, Mrs. Stella Metz of Alum Bridge, Mrs. era Wilson of Glenville and Mrs. Losie Yeager of Clarksburg; 15 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Stump Funeral Home with the Rev. Stergel Vincent officiating. Burial was at Meadows Cemetery at Normantown. Robert N. Scimolcrafl Robert N. Schoolcraft, 58, of Glenville. died Wednesday at home of an apparent heart attack. He was a member of the Sand Fork Baptist Church and prior to becoming disabled in 1971 was Maintenance Director for Gilmer County Board of Education Surviving are his wife Maxine; daughters Carol Schoolcraft of Warrenton, VA and Sandra School- craft, at home; brothers: Hartsel of North Benton, Ohio, Arthur of Gassaway, Walter of Wilsie (Braxton County}; half-brothers: Ralph School- craft of Fern Park, FL, Dennis Jenkins of Glenville; sisters: Mrs. Anna Stout of Gassaway, Mrs. Belle Boone of Wilsie. Service was held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, February 27 at Skidmore Funeral Home, Gassaway, with the ReD. Ernest Hughes officiating. Burial was in the Schoolcraft Family Cemetery at Wilsie. @@@@@@@@@@@@eeoeeeeo@@@ @ @ @ Deduct Up To : : . $1,500 AYear : i FrOm Federal ! .: Gross Income i : 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 tax deductible basis. " II IP : Call or write. : : HUNlq B. BEALL, JR. : 813 Grand Central Avenue e e Vienna, W.Va 26105 Office: (304) 2954581  Residence (304) 295-5353 " ".a =n L -" :" WhcrctScno ." (I Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee to protect foxes According to the Senator. in years past the fox fur was not considered "'chic" enough to adorn the ladies of the day. In recent years, he contends, a more "'cavalier" attitude toward life and casual fashions, which have come to dominate dress, has made the fox virtually defenseless against fur trappers and hunters. Their only motivation. "McGraw charges, "'is to profit at the expense of his hide." McGraw's proposal would not completely stop the killing of fox, nor 17 76-1976 AMERICAN BICENTENNI Otr founders fl[h! for freedom for a prts fre from l[v rrtctlon= We are 10evd to would it interfere with one of the oldest =,, ,o ,,, ,, hunting sports known to the , ,r. .... .,,= ,., =, ,,,., Anglo-Saxon world T  /'.l-..;ll,= m,,, The bill, McGraw explained, ,,. m),,  m.4.i would permit fox hunting by chase for 81111 Pa111finlder sport to continue as it presently exists ... but would prohibit the killing of a fox Rnnbr that the  line  'except during a fox season from and advertislnff in the  November 1 to February 28 of each Damocrm/Pmhflnd is M= year," and would establish a bag limit p.m. On Holiday vmm ttm d ot two fox per night or 10 per season be  mdtot. Hwo your McGraw stated that he had been _aisin 9 in y to votd informed by fox hunters that the mum. animal is threatened by extinction. / "At the present time," he mmlmmmmm explained, "a fox hide may sell for as - m much as $25 to $35. This has created,  of course, considerable demand for the  [] hides. . l lilters Pmmps Slles & Semrke ! Hmm , , ( | r, W.V.. Pim 412.4H Imm-,Immmllliiammmmdmmal | a , m Neon Junction m Formerly Country Bar Et Restaurant m Location 5 miles E. of Gienville on Rt 33 - 119 m Baldwin Community " I Specials - Drink Et Drown every Tuesday 8pm until 2 a m i Drinks at a Reduced Price . a Pool Tournament every Sunday 3 p.m. until??? . 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