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stringer of crappie taken on Smnmersville Lake. You should have been here last week." My host was the in Kokomo, Indiana, and he was referring to the stae Basketball is a big thing in Kokamo, but although month I never did get a chance to see a game. into that "you-should-have-been-here-yesterday" routine on - on business trips, vacation jaunts, sightseeing tours. reason I hear this popular pitch most often when on especially fishing forays. of us pulled into fishing camp in northern Maine several hopes of hitting what is locally known as the "ice out." lakes breaks up and begins to flow out to sea, the salmon up from a winter sleep and go on a top-of-the-water feeding , of COurse, is the time to be there with rod and reel if you want of ishdom's wildest angling action. it," the fishing camp owner informed us when we have been here last week. They were pulling in salmon a"' Looking out on Cupsuptic Lake we couldn't see even a trace tie two of us, with a tent in the trunk and a canoe on the and fished our way across central Florida. When we came off north of Ocala, we had just two small bass to show for met a Conservation Officer patrolling the area. then gave us that typical publicity palaver. "You last week. The bass and specs were hitting anything Plane into a wilderness lake in Maine one year to fish for r of a camp there had located a "springhole" where reportedly congregated. "We take 'era on grasshopper told me as he handed me one to tie on. After an hour of brought to the net, he finally turned to me have been here last week. We caught a dozen of 'ern i again two weeks ago, this time at Summersville Lake. Frank State Divis/Qn of Wildlife Resources. had and Denzil Caurteney while they carried aut some WOrk. "We can get some walleye fishing in while we're said. "We'll call you when we're there." "Meet us at the Salmon Run winter pool boat ramp," I arrived, the biologist and his working crew were out 'Wait for them to come in. Denzil soon pulled his bass boat Frank and Jerry Duffield on board. I was ready for set gill nets in the lake the night before, pulled them 'red their walleye catch to several live cages - the ramp. "Did yau get any walleyes in "Ten," Frank answered, as I cl/mbed aboard. , see if we can catch some now, then you can help us set an angler as he is a dedicated biologist, so we lost little Side of the lake where towering rock formtions'plunged blue-green water of this big reservoir. The others had before I could even get rigged up. Casting right up let their jigs sink, then slowly retrieved them chartreuse and brown jigs have been producing on a green t/4 az. jig. Denzil deftly kept the boat parallel Lted electric motor on the bow of the boat. The re fishing in 20 to 30 feet of water. But no walleyes. another shoreline. Still no walleyes. Denzel switched to a g plug - and came up with one decent size bass. in the box. No walleyes. We moved again, this time submerged brush. Duffield tied on a little red-and-white jig flash in the water sent us all fumbling far new lures. had my first West Virginia "calico." By the time we this underwater crappie resort, we had enough of these several meals - but still no walleyes. y-hole!" Denzil declared, and we motored to the end our slow, deep jigging retrieve for bigger game fish. "The to feed at seven every night," Denzil claimed, and as it ta in a 18-incher on his first cast. We must have lost a snagging the bottom, and the only walleye we lure lasses were two Denzil took an our only remaining one Frank took on a brown maribou feather jig he used. been here last week, the three said as we docked the / to go out on the water again, this time to set the gill nets. walleye all over the lake!" GSC bows to West Liberty in bowline tourney Glenville State College bowed to West Liberty State College by 263 pins in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Bowling Tourna- ment held on March 6-7 at REN-DOR Lanes in Parkersburg. West Liberty, this year's con- ference champ, scored 15,090 pinfalls in the tourney against 14,827 for Glenville. Glenville was the 1975 WVIAC and tournament champ. Placing third and fourth in the roll-off were Concord College and West Virginia Wesleyan respectively. Individual honors went to Doug Tuskey of West Liberty. Doug recorded the high game of 279 in the tournament and Plad 3086 pinfall for an average of 192 pins per game. He was chosen as "Bowler of the Year" and headed the All-Conference Team chosen on the basis of four regional tournaments and the state tournament. This included at least 48 games bowled. Dave Twyman, a Glenville State College freshmen from Parkersburg, has the 2nd highest game howled in the tournament with a 278. Tom Newberry, a GSC senior also from Sand Fork tourney runners-up The Sand Fork Lions recently took 2nd place to finish as Runners-up in the Central West Virginia Elementary tournament. They include Front Row - Left to Right: Cheerleaders: Sandy Gainer, Kay Ratliff, Sherry Gainer, Terry Woodyard, Sharon Reed, and Deana Burke; Second Row - Left to Right: Tom Peg S. Rusty GreenlieL Steve Brady, Brent Wilmoth. Charles (;reynolds, and Mike Reaser; third Row - Left to Right: Thomas Dooley, Principal; Rick Hamric. Manager; Randy Luzader, Howard Carr, Robert Lowther. Jackson Cottrill, Bobby Furr and Charles Jones, Managers; and Harold L. Scott, Coach. Chuck Rutherford was absent when the picture was taken. Clay County Junior High defeated the Sand Fork Lions 27-31 in the finals of the tournament at the Glenville State gymnasium. Cancer volunteers sought as Society organizes "We want to wipe out cancer in your lifetime! That is why we need you to volunteer far the American Cancer Saciety's 1976 educational and fund raising crusade", said Mr. Clyde Cumberledge and Mrs. Flora Welty, co-chairpersons of the Gilmer County Unit of the American Cancer Society, "Our action programs which motivate people to discuss facts about cancer and committ them to regular health check-ups are carried into all the communities af the U.S.A. by more than 2,300,000 ACS volunteers," they said. "The volunteers in this great fight against a great common enemy come from all walks af life. This people-to-people contact alerts neigh- bors, relatives, and friends to Cancer's warning signals and helps raise fighting funds." "During this Bicentennial year the challenge is even greater. We must reach out to those we may never have contacted before. Every house in Gilmer County must be visited in Crusade 1976 beginning April 1", they continued. Everyone who believes health is beautiful is needed by the Gilmer County American Cancer Society Unit, P.O. Box 13, Glenville, W. Va. You can also call us at 482-8972 or 462-7430. The first silver dollar was coined in Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania in 1794! - II I I I II Home Improvement Corp. Burnsville Glenville Residents Call ' 462-8186 | PINE MANOR GROCERY GLENVILLE ff fly rods, 6 or 7 ft. a $50.00 value, just 37.95 408 reel and Garcia Pro line ultra lite rod, a $64.95 b hdiP waders just 32.95 ing 25 lb. box only 8.95 WE CAN TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR 49.99 Zebco reels a 3.98 value, just 2.49 . of rods from 3.98 up h,p waders just 14.95, chest waders just 18.95 FISHING TACKLE NEEDS. Moving? Please send us both old and new addresses so that we may make your subscription change without delay. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::r:::-:::'.'::::: March 18, 1976 Parkersburg, was 2nd in the total number of pinfalls in the tournament with 3069 and an average of 191 psi- game. The All-Conference Bowling Team is determined by the 5 highest averages in the 4 Regional Tourna- ments and the State Tournament. Each bowler must have bowled at least 48 games. The All-Conference team is: Doug Tuskey, West Liberty, 190.5; Tom Newberry, Glenville State, 189.6; Alan Gurley, WV State, 187.0; Buckey Lilley, West Liberty, 185.9; Greg Lavin, WV Wesleyan, 185.7. West Liberty will represent the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and the National Associa- tion Intercollegiate Athletics District 28 in the Area 7 Roll-Off at a time and place to be determined later. The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 5 Purina Farmers Chows Friend We carry a complete line of Purina Chows Et Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts Er Supplements. Custom Mixed Feeds DAWSON TACK SUPPLY Glenville, WV II I II II II A TIP FROM CONCERNED LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES OWNERS, INC. Plugging an abandoned oil well is the responsibility of the owner. 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