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April 2, 1976

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4 The Glnvilie Democrat/Pathfinder April 1. 1976 High School posts spring athletic schedule 1976 GIRLS TRACK 1976 SCHEDULE April 8 - St. Mary's April 21 - Doddridse May 5 - Lewis County May 5 - L.K.C. Tourn. May 15 - Regional (Incomplete) COACH: Phyllis Cole 3:30 Away .qo Away 2:00 Away Away Away GILMER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 1976 Golf Schedule 1976 April- 5 Spencer April 12 - Braxton April 14- Harrisville April 19 - Calhoun April 22 - Calhoun April 22 - Nicholas Co. April 26 - Spencer May 3 - L.K.C. Tourn. May 10 - Braxton May 13 - Harrisville May 17 - Calhoun May 20 - Nicholas May 24 - Regional COACH: Dave Barnes 2:30 Away 2:30 Home 2:30 Away 2:30 Home 2:30 Home 2:30 Away 2:30 Home 10:30 Away 2:30 Home 3:30 Home 2:30 Home 2:30 Home Away : If You Love Your Feet "You'll Take Care Of Your Shoes if' for FREE Shine With Every Workingmen Sole or Heel Job Harness Custom Leather Work Leather and Hardware Upon Request All Work Guaranteed and Reasonably Priced G,Imer Shoe 8. Harness Repair-- 215 S. Lewis St. Glenville Convenient Free Parking Just Over River Bridge At The Foot Of Teem Hill 1976 BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 2 - St. Marys April 7 - Tyler April 9 - Spencer April 13 - Pennsboro April 15 - Harrisville April 15 - Harrisville April 17 - St. Marys April 20- Spencer April 22 - Tyler April 23 - Calhoun April 26 - Wirt April 28 - Calhoun April 30 - Pennsboro May 4 - Harrisville May 7 - Wirt 1976 BOYS TRACK 1976 4:30 Away SCHEDULE 4:30 Away April 1- Calhoun 3:30 Home 4:00 Away Ap-il 6 - St. Marys 4:30 Away 4:30 Away April 10- Fairmont Relays 9:30 Away 4:00 Away April 12 - St. Marys 4:30 Away 4:00 Away April 21 - Doddridge 3:30 Away 1:00 Home April 27 - Doddridge 3:30 Away 4:00 Home May 1 - L.K.C. Tourn. 10:30 Away 4:30 Home May 5- Lewis Co. 2:00 Away 4:00 Away May 6- Gazette Relays 9:30 Away 4:00 Away May 15 - Regional Away 1:30 Home COACH: Clyde Stepp 4:30 Home Asst. COACH: Larry Barton 4:00 Home 4:00 Home COACH: Damon West West Virginia sportsmen to gather for spring ramp festival W -  est Virginia sportsmen and  conservationists will assemble for a - [ conference and field trip in the high  country of the Monongahela National - __ - :- - _ [ Forest over th weekend of April 24-25. .l Dave Brantner of Paden City, r''  _- . -_: _ ! President of the West Virginia Wildlife ] Federation and Ted Fearnow of ldll Berkeley Springs, President of SPAT  (Society for the Preservation of Allim " - ,.  --_ I tricoccum}, better known to moun- []e, . .... I taineers as ramps, are joint architects :.,. ", ":-''-']i for the gathering that will be climaxed /m. : !..,1-- with a ramp dinner at Yocum s IVtel -L,' . on the banks of the south branch of the ..:: Potomac near Seneca Rocks, Saturday :: evening April 24. '  Officers arid affiliate leaders - "-. --- ..  ! representing nearly 50,000 West :-_ :  Virginia sportsmen will be gathering ............... for the conclave In addition to the A wesl vErgmla mounlam oencacy. regular business session and censer- Wfld ramps of this raze are frequently .... raw ar vation deliberations, the group will eaten tops and all . either ................ cooked tour me mgn coumry m me HOURS 12 til 6 Sunday 10 til 8 Daily 24.95 34.95 22.95 WESTON, WV ! WEST SECOND ST. Early-in-the-season savings on a special group of classic coats, All new & exciting spring arrivals in single and double Monongahela National Forest includ- ing Spruce Knob, on Saturday afternoon April 24 to view forest management work and wildlife habitat development. U.S. Forest Service officials from the area and represen- tatives of the Department of Natural Resources will join the conserva- tionists for dinner at Yocum's Motel. Ramps are to be featured at the Saturday evening affair at 6:30 p.m. Officers of the Wildlife Federation are predicting a record attendance at the Seneca Rocks meeting and point out that any overflow can probably find food and comfortable overnight accomodations nearby. Reservations for the ramp dinner can be made with Mrs. Connie Brookover, .O. 13oi 275, Paden City. W. Va. n  ait-ome, first-served basis. , ; The ramp is a member Of the lilly family and is also identified as the wild leek. To the botanist it is Allium tricoccum and lroduces a sma but highly odoriferous underground bulb somewhat like garlic or wild onion. It is usually found in the rich coves of the high country of West Virginia and other Appalachian states. Culinary aspects of the Spruce Knob ramp tour are now under direction of Mrs. Ted- Fearnow of Berkeley Sprigs., The young, tender ramps are frequently chopped, both tops and bulb, and mixed with scrambled eggs for breakfast fare. At dinnertime they .may be prepared in much the same manner as green beans. The traditional meal of mountain ramps includes ramps cooked with ham hock, dried beans, corn bread and sassafras tea. This simple diet dates back to the days when West ,Virginia mountaineers wintered on "sow belly and dried beans" in the, remote logging camps. Cream of ramp soup, perfected by Mr. Fearnow after much experimentation, is now one of the favorite items among the ramp eaters at Spruce Knob, located nearby Mrs. Fearnow, who was reluctantly drafted as a consultant in the ramp venture many years ago by her husband, has devised a tossed salad in which ramps play an active role. Like sin, ramps have their "morning after", one visitor wryly comments. "What they do to the breath is less than enchanting". Mountain children in West Virginia are frequently excused from the: classroom after having indulged in a "ramp feed'". But Fearnow, a native West Virginian, stoutly insists that the breasted styles. Favorite polyesters in solid colors & ramp "does you good and helps you jacquards. Tricolette, oxford and poplin in solid colors, ittooo;,. 'h?:cdsare really a gourmet some with contrast stitching. ,,',: .,,, Av,,,,,,,, , ,,, ,,,,,.: ( GILMER couNff 'h COATS PRICED FROM 17.95 tof19.95 I AUCTION BARN l HANDBA4.98 t..95  / Top Town Hill / )' f . Exciting new " In r- / Glenv,lle | iwo, sell antiques, new and I | | [| | looks for / a  l used merchandise. 1 ' suPmringer&all ( f I  30 p'rn" n Mndav"/|Cnsignments ac, cepted at| "with unique "1 mmlllD L I i SALES START 6"'0 'J'! new delnmg " s'roa00 l=em j" Hxcm=[ John Lilly scores an ace at No. 4 Excessive only pose a hearing in reducing Beltone vation. Word has been received here that John Lilly of Glenville scored a The hole-in-one February 21 at the must be Glenville Golf Course. but he also John scored the ace on the number need to 4 hole. Playing with him was Jim Brady. conserv both are members of the Glenville noicelevels State College golf team. car and Number 4 a blind hole was the site Beltone of a recent ace by Dick White. ration. [ PUBLIC A Saturday April 10, 1976 10 AM at Troy W. V. ANIIQUES Red. Velvet love seat, "ladles secretarmls, wl.c?er coach, chairs, clocks, candlestick, table, dishes, chairs, iron bed [.fancy], cylinder re( Rockwell Radial Arm Saw llke n Side by side refrigerator, Admir concrete lawn ornaments, Bulltalka quad stereo, 4 speakers, buffet, riding i  typewriters, adding macleS,o new bedspreads, clothes, mens, ladles and This is a lot of real good me Terms: Cash, Check with id Auctioneer - Don Porter Sandwiches and THE GH,MER COUNTY MEDICAL' is pleased to announce a satellite Roberts' former office in Rosedale. Present Hours: 9 a.m. to 12 neon each [Began March 19, 1976] . Additional hours will be Drs. Gross and Heiler will provide those at the Gilmer County Medical blood and urine testing]. Appointments are not considered made by calling 462-7281 any weekday. JDlO Model 6418 Bulldozer is non-angling, all-hydraulic, designed for land clearing and rough dozing work. Hit rolling speed fast, full, transit, forward or reverse. That's vy the 80-gross horsepower, torclue-converter-drive JD550 can punch into bulldozing work. Three gears forward and provide speeds to 5.7 mph and respectively. No clutching ranges means non-stop acceleration i efficient production. L FI KAPLAN'S SUIT CLUB STARTS April 3rd Pays Out Jusl In Time For Full I00PLAN'S, II WESTON, W, VA. YOUR LEADING CLOTHIER FOlt