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April 9, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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!S ! April 8, 1976 , Last seven days O! M arch'''''Trut Week?" 77 PIIIIT00 riri n ,. d, late. Arthur Moore of Glenvflle under the minimum size r. sow-wuev Ul LII I ILLU o.-'/_  st(pped by with a stringer of six Citation award. rainbows, all 12 inches in length. Terry took his p. [leckert just missed being the first /ON O" (;timer Countian to quality for the new for *the -' ,11 hi trout on a om nightcrawler as he fished on file Elk are River at Bergoo in Webster County. lso / recketmouth The first come by the Gilmer Slate Trophy Fish Citation Program Moore's limit of six rainbows was n IEg leap w , the he temptati ' nker's wat m r ed grouse  dertion to shoulder m' d ortrange of my' gun. aug on a riv n sLae, It s like th IRS. ][arad's bass comes charging our of a shallow, weedy leap while I'm 20 feet away fishing deep for channel temptation to switch from liver to lure and make at least watery lair. explodes from a thicket I can seldom resist that y shotgun and fire. even when I know the on a riverbank, rarely can I resist getting out my rod e weight-watcher who, while sitting on a stool Restaurant. can't resist ordering a piece of the 4_ behind the counter. yo !tptation of all comes over me in spring when we have llore had here two days last week. When "Ole SoF' warms up n I b trees begin to bloom and only the gentlest of spring to .i l'.have all I can do to resist abandoning any task at hand 3 a ] t overwhelming urge to head for the nearest stream. n did and for a reason that I thought might interest other ,u as hard at work on one of Gilmer Graphics' newest Ld OoUtndeior magazine called "Deer Sportsman." Since w !P I had to almost strap myself to the chair and .r how ideal the day was.  the new owner of a national organization - Deer g - asked our Glenville-based company if we'd be t on the editorial and production services, with me as d tv hi-monthly magazine. "After all," Publisher David G. blVirginian now residing in Washington, D,C.. said. "you're r(,s.trt of some k of the best deer country there is." ith = raagazine meant that rd have to give up most of my lde the local newspapers we now publish, but it was a chance f.Nto an old field of mine and an opportunity for our young horizons. President Bob Arnold agreed, "Let's give it a are  and _r raised in nu] had purchased ren of America *'me ft.. n quarterly rm in Winter o  Was then only -r. Sew publisher rlinton as the uA, making his land national | ll4te in the [ e Ruffed |Araerica has its rters in King- :,hat agreed that fi: a should be re ,(i. "a, too. and so we contracted with the Fairmont Printing ri :ibis is the same printer that does such an outstanding job fl') oals,'vest Virginiaro.rams,.anew p" ""'"g . new purpose, for a national ! o be set. Some are still being conmdered. If turkey hunters Graphics office with a near trophy announced in this newspaper last catch was young Terry Heckert of week. His 2V2-pound, 18V2-inch Kanawha Drive Community. Three rainbow trout was only a half Dound Gilmer thinclads topple Calhoun 90-48 "l. Public Relations Director of Winnebago was named d.l)SA, and along with the publisher and me has helped set The Gilmer County High School track team sped by Calhoun in a meet held here last week, taking first place in twelve of sixteen events, and walking off with a impressive 90-48 win. In the shot put, Gilmer's Doug Skinner snatched first place with a 39'2" throw. Placing second and third were Hardway of" Calhoun and Wessner of Gilmer. GroEE to play football at GSC Kevin Grogg Glenville State's head football coach, Earl Adolfson, has announced that Kevin Grogg, a six foot, 185 pound guard and linebacker from Mullins High School has been selected to attend and will play football for the college. Grogg was selected All-Wyoming (All-Coalfield conference first team and second team all-Southern) during his high school career. Coach Adolfson commented, "Kevin is a determined and aggressive football player. We feel he has the size and quickness to be a good football In the two-mile race to the tape, Titan Kenney Keel took top honors with 11 minutes 36 seconds on the clock. The mile relay team copped a first with a time of four minutes, 11,5 seconds. The 880 elay saw the titan squad run away with the ribbon in one minute, 46.5 seconds. Calhoun took first place in the 440 relay with a time of 51 seconds. Gilmers' Don Wilson bounded to a five foot. eleven inch win in the high jump while Gilmer's Randy Maxwell vaulted to a 10'6" win in the pole vault. Discus competition saw Calhoun's Farrell placing first with a 96 foot throw. Titan's Doug Skinner and Randy Hitt placed second and third. In the dashes. Sampson of Calhoun won the 100 yard dash in 10.1 ancona. Calhoun's Morrison zipped the 220 dash in 25 seconds while Titan Don Wilson broke the tape for first in the 440 with a winning time of 55 seconds. Randy Hitt of Gilmer took honors in the 880 with a time of two minutes. 16 seconds. Cliff Frymier and Rick Gumm of Gilmer tied with 24.5 seconds in the 180 low hurdles while Perkins of Calhoun took the 120 high hurdles in 17.5 seconds. Calhoun took the shuttle relays with a winning time of one minute, 13.4 seconds. Rob Reynolds of Gilmer took the mile in five minutes, 10 seconds while Gilmer captured the two mile relay in nine minutes. 58 seconds. Finally, Titan Don Wilson leaped to a victory in the long jump with a winning leap of 17 feet, 9V inches. taken fr,m the tailwaters of the Sutton l)am h|st Tuesday. It was the fourth time this year thai the local angler has caught his limit at this popular public fishing area. Four of fish taken on a previous visit, Moore said, were GoLden trout. Using a bait casting outfit, Moore caught his trout on a hook tipped with Velw.tla cheese. Wade Baugh of Sutton. Moore's fishing companion, also caught his limit, with one of his fish being a Golden. Fishin conditions were nearly ideal, said Moore. although the water was about three feet higher than normal. The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder  5 High School to offer baseball clinic Gilmer County High School will sponsor a baseball clinic at the high school gymnasium beginning at 7:30 p.m., Monday April 12, Appearing on the program will be Coach Robert Belcastro, baseball coach at Glenville State and Coach Damon West. high school baseball coach. Also, members of the college and high school ball clubs will be on hand to demonstrate basic baseball skills. A special invitation is extended to the elementary schools (coaches and players) and all interested baseball fans. Moving? Please send us both old and - new addresses so that v mint make your subscription chmlge without d014W. Purina Farmers @ Chows Friend i We carry a complete line of Purina Chows  Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts Supplements. Custom Mixed Feeds . DAWSON TACK Et SUPPLYI Glenville, WV i COWS and CALF SALE APRIL IO, 1976 1:00 PM SATURDAY WITH REG. SALE United Livestock Sales Co. MINERAL WELLS, WV ' JOE ORBITT, MNGR. PN. 422.1737 lWe feel this is something urgently needed today as li.mm...mm.mm. II I L II I ....milmmi  IIII I I I I .i'gua groups continue to barrage the public with the player for GSC." - -x -- - .';da and programs that could-and already have- I  :'. ..... ! ".,f ..qt we all cherish. Wayne Linthicum to 'Vto serving all species of deer - whitetails, mulies, I ; i!!!}!iil  I L:"'nd caribou-and those wildlife enthusiasts who are I i _ - I ]II'_,'es. DSA ll serve as the "voice" of its dee, hunting nl,,u kll ,,} I@P %'?I to preserve and enhance the sport and will bee pId00 U'" " 00= I II I .l.'rraation on the deer family, Cervidae. It is vitally I 11411 '; I die-agement problems and in educating hunters and the Wayne Linthicum. a five foot, nine lPlH,,']lagement. Annual dues are $10. with $6 of this going for inch, 175 pound halfback from Logan I "  / ":: .... """ ! I , } " i , .:;:::.::  ": on to the magazine produced here in Glenville. Members Elm has been accepted for admission  :i !i: :':::iiii!i!ii!i;il i!ii!iii  i jrd": tts too, plus a colorful embroidered DSA patch and a and will participate in football at , ....... "'i::: :., "\\;, "-:: .............. ::::* ................ " I" tL._ . Glenville State College this fall. ',li"t" magazine carries informative articles written by the According to Earl Adolfson. head L I ,be outdoor field and is illustrated with the best four-color football coach at GSC, "We are happy ON A 'I].USED CAR Ii d A Wane has decided to attend Glenwlle  I I t. sample of the articles in the first two issues we've Y " " attetail Myths and Misconceptions," "Nationwide Deer State. He is very determined and I I ' ' , dedicated i. ' _ Bowhunting Update." 'Bugle for Elk," and the first in " ." L" abut the life and habits of all species of deer. There are M'hx ra Tales," and hard-hitting editorials that should be of _ . . vw a .r everywhere. Coming up in the next issue: "How to P_ amen _arvlea I Xltle .... efa  ililUaVg WVIIIVV .'',. , A Practical Look at Deer Populations." and a Sm feature relating the hunting adventures of Lewis and .  == i*hn" is available only to members of DSA and is not sold on manager at uowell t:"! 0:"l ttaters, however. =ore welcome to stop by my office at ..... ok Over a I L Vegg a serwce sales engineer 4 door, V 8, power Steering. ,t$,.0.. sample copy or two. We expect membership .  .......... I 1973 M E R C U RY I , " atmt .... Ior uoweu at blenviue, west virginia, I I 'iwica era wmhmao to lOre DSA can send the fee to Deer . ........... :.i:r.: ' P.O. Box 24 10,.,,,,,,, WV ,404 has been named serv, m.asur. I e 1971 PONTIAC COMET I .... d ...................... tor W t Vi p'l  " by the new Towne Bookstore on Main St., Glenville, A natwe of Proc , es rgmm, I s C |. automatic transmission. " " ! ,dL"rOfcopiofthe ............... a_,J ,,_L, ....... , ,, Pegg joined Dowell at Paintsville in y. a.y feature erti .... r..-.. alr,r,oamurmmua$ua==,. 1954 as an equipment operator. In I In.r'l tuner auto. trans., one owner, very | e n ze anout musky nsnmg m tins centrm west ]e now no._. ............. November 1960, he was named serwce al Gllmer C, ountlans rare ictured, sales manager at Glenville I ......... clean. | di  The Dowell Division of The Dow i ] I I, WANTED Chemical Company provides well I e1974 PLYMOUTH e1971 FORD MUSTANG l rer County Domal Clinic. stimulation and cementing services for -- _ the gas, oil, and other mineral r. . rmst, abletowork witl people and handle extraction industries. I SCAMP 6 auto tram, Green ! C|,# Ipply call 462-7343 ............. | V-8, air, auto. trans., power steering, | Jill lt lh I--_, .,, . -  " ' crJool ancJ Office uppliosf bee us lih, uental Clinic. Firstl G|lmer Graphics, Inc. 109 E. Main I mileage - 35,519 Yellow, black roof I I e1972 HORNET 1970 PLYMOUTH ! i 6 cyl., auto. trans., one owner i h  fo r a!l your fishing tackle and hunting needs, best | v-8. auto. trans., local owner oest rice "k__ t Price, best service, we have Jt all. I I ,a. a few n!ce Hand guns in stock, such as Colt I I = -  n=,. ,l'D..._c01t.22 --1-rtot:mr- .3b-Tsemi.automatmmagnUm.and S a W ] [ I0 -."'..',""-=', 'uJruo.r- . 1973 PLYMOUTH GOLD DUSTER I l rtiaiHrlrtia': rifles in"ur.22 others, I 6 cyl., auto. trans., mileage 33,293 ' ! m;,..:''-mag-num-.2. =-250, 6 MM, .243. , ' M magnum, etc. -" ........ I .... I I I j GLENVILLE , , FORD 5ALE_5__462-7300_ 1 | i 462-7336 --.,, _ llllllli ll [__ .[L_[ [ " _,LI II 1 l III I llJ t