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rner nine wins two School's out big wins last week record to 4-5. early against in the first won his He struck out as the Titans a triple Kennedy, and Mike went two for four and hits in two at-bats. Gilmer got revenge Monday when they whipped Spencer 10-5. Spencer had defeated Gilmer 7-3 earlier in the season• Winning pitcher Pat Minney paved the way to victory with a double, four runs batted in and a three for four effort at the plate. He struck out three batters before being relieved in the last inning by Mike Minney. Bill Lilly, John Woodford, Mike linney and Dave Sharpes all hit doubles. Kevin Kennedy was two for three, Dennis Reese was two for four and Sharpes was two for three. warns of lead poisoning is a serious [ YOung children. of Health, s that Year from it, and the symptoms of lead and chipped r homes. Some six-year-olds, paint. If it and treated brain exposed to lead Chewing or COvered with s children's playthings, April 28, 1977 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder 5 Bowling league final stats --! The GSC Faculty and Staff Bowling League drew to a close last week with the Sundowners in the top position. Members of the championship team were: Wanda Self with a 147 average, Ruthie Moss with a 153 average, Rodney Moss with a 168 average and Danny Self with a 169 average, The team won 75 and lost 29. Members of the second place team, Three and One, were: Collen Collins with a 136 average, Elsie Kirkpatrick with a 169 average, Bantz Collins with a 175 average and Bob Reed with a 159 average. Individual trophy winners for the year were: HIGH AVERAGE: Elsie Kirkpatrick-- 169 and Bantz Collins--175 HIGH GAME: Elsie Kirkpatrick--226 and Bob Belcastro--246 HIGH CAME HANDICAP: Bobble Nicholson--260 and Jesse Marks--257 HIGH SERIES: Elsie K/rkpatrick--597 and Bob Arnold--618 HIGH SERIES HANDICAP: Katie Waggoner--639 and Bob Belcastro-- 635 """"'"""'""""'"'""'""# . SHERIFF'S NOTICE " GSC golfers wln Southern tourney "rn STORE HOURS  nd ( re DelPr,nce ---ram- (;lenville State C, ollege's golf team Terry Crislip a ; g =alq, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday-9to5 i cff..p2red)he Southern Regional golf finished third with two day totals of @ J V 1  V'" 1_-- -- in Pipestem last week by 152; Pioneer lira Scott was one stroke . ,u...,,r,b R_,oll. p.m. t We dnesday, Saturday- 9 to 1 p.m. m• tour s(roKes." i)acK al l a.. , ,. Glenville's other two goners, pm The Pmneers had prewouslv Brady and Rink Simmons carded a 159 ,,1 €,+,......4 D ...... ,  ...... - -- • , • • " * ' " . ., • All R.. ,.o.o.o .,,u rl$1rauIrl r'ro1sy/axes assessed _. For Mothers Day, i posted wins in the Central and and 165, respectively ................ ,  on 1 m TOr xne -,u/o .ax Year and rema, n, ng unpa, d after April Northern conference tournament. GSC \\;ith the Southern Regi a w" -,,u Mother a Gift From Sears. | shot a team total 616, while second the Pioneers copped the WVIAC 30, 1977, will be delinquent and included for  , • place Concord came m wdh a 620 re ular season golf htle '3 Phone 462-, 374 • " . * - " • g , " • publication in the forthcoming delinquent lists, with '] Authorized  an additional charge of $2.50 added, in addition to the '' CATALOG SALES MERCHANT " GSC building renamed Eberle Hall Taxes and interest already due for each item listed. ",,,i OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL : i • CLARK R JAMES The Glenville State College Forest Eberle and his wife Lillian Stump ...... " nd t e reside in South Charleston SHERIFF Et TREASURER OF GILMER COUNTY Technology, Land Sarveving, a E erl ..'" • ' ," . , . " e Ornamental Horticulture building has The renaming and dedication been renamed in honor of Fred Wilson ceremony will occur on Alumni Day, Towne Bookstore I Eberle. Sadav a[t,.rno(m, April 30 at 1 p.m. .   - till i i I  I I I lliBiilllllinll li lllllll " Ill -  ]lillililll NIIIBIIBIm ttnville ... ....... ...... . . i Eberle, a 1932 grafluam el • - : - - | I Glenville State College was instru • (  m i, h ...... " 'J L ' The Warriors" mentalintheestablishm'entfaFores; n . uw,meapll dliP l Technology program at Clenville State ! -  IF E BE /L  i- [ m I " John Jokes I When he was the State m  :, U I) --..--IrIR-- ' Nru.. ' i [' No. 6 in the | ?!!il [ %' SATURDAY, A.PRIL 30, 1977 j Bicentennial Seriesl " re ri'a;ad alo with fun,; I '11.7;  "i/.:" ....... AT 10.30 kM. I were app p g a. • " tIWW,,-{,  S of £ookin 9 Vols. I b il | from the Appabtchian Regional, t' '',_/-'', LOCATED ONE MILE UP JESSES RUN I Commission. the West Virginia Board II rfJ,: l k,l , ///r OFF JANE LEW EXIT OF '-79 I of Regents and the est V, rg,n,a • fl/2'llL/, , ,',-" ,P ,,,,m- m=,. ,....,.,. ,i,e, • asp - Peter Benchlev Board of Education totaling $250,000. II "X':₯₯'#1" "" 'J "| |11 IP A" '||B1 raKB II I a confe Eb::lne:: eOted for his exper tise a s I . I l S-Angels-Angel s | der nd?,s erved as I Livestock Feed I ........ I PUREBRED POLLED CHAROLAIS CATTLE - MOST WITH PAPERS, WITH A FEW APPROXIMATELY ! 000 BALES OF HAY I - Billy Graham I a consultant for numerous depart- meats ot eoucahon and ]nausmes • PERCENTAGE CATTLE. S HEAD ARE I-K)RNED CATTLE. 50BJ.E$OFSTRW II during his professional career and  - - - 1CRIB OF EAR CORN • '" r tir " (8) COWS W/CALVES BY StDE since ms e emem.  (5) COWS (SPRINGERS) I LOT OF EAR CORN I (S) 2 YEAR OLD HEIFERS TO CALF 9' YEARLING H'FE ........ TOOLS & MISCELLANEOUS • ::.:.:: .......................... m ] L ED C GRASS SEED SOWERS U ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,,, ( ) PO L HAROLAIS BULL - 6 YR. OLD IA ll JlllAd I • Gentle witk Women 8, Children HALTERS AND ROPES IIliltl I MI.'. II ' -- (2) YOUNG CHAROLAIS BULLS - Grand Chompion EAR TAGS V'l&'ll / #'#IVY . I . • polled Ckmolois Bull of 1974 was Sire of these NECK TAGS tItlA A I • P • • / _ Two Bulls. 30 FT. BEAM (8 INCHES) INl. .AIPI = "' /\\;, = MAehlnen/  INCH DRILL  m "gilm' ! I ......... ,/ 1!4 DOWN TO Y, INCH DRILL BITS  I .... "' '.''  "" :-;:::,.;:.z;,, ,:£" 1296'iEG: ;IREAK?;Y DU'AP TRAIL ER w/Ele’'"c Brtd's (7½' X ' l' 1")!i!!ii:':A!i:: $TN  RYER  ! & i 8 H.P. RIDING LAWNOWER ()0" CUT) EXTENSION CORtr f  [ •   SET OF PAUL PORTABLE SCALES (3,000 LB. Capacity) RATCHET BINDE'R; "  r ), ,' if7 ..::":---' : " .... I a,.OES I :ill / , Tools & Miscellaneous ,.o.,.o..,,., 'i ;:"' ' . " GARDEN SPRAY I   / I AIR COMPRESSOR w/1 H.P. MOTOR cO'TRENCHES - HEAVY DUTY BOX& OPEN END I '! I;F]  ' '':lie , VISE HYDRAULIC JACK I 1  TM lllmm I • GRINDER PRESTONE ANTI-FREEZE ....... " f, ,I i-"tli J n il HOMELITEPICKUP RACKcH AFORN sAwFORD TRUCK 8 FT. BED 1 LOTAutomahcOF .... OILTronsm,ss,onIN DRUMS'( H y dtadtc.. 0, 20, 30, Hgi h Deegent,t r l ' [  ! I McCULLOUGH CHAIN SAW LEVEL ) I •  , , V- ;  !  M / II 3 METAL GRAIN TROUGHS HANDSAW = i ' ' J i : J  i III CALF CREEP FEEDER ON RUNNERS CROW ...... •  'l Ill • ....... €lEr, ........ UAt SLEDGE HAMMER ' • • " " =l I .L!Lc r .... u- a,oa ASSORTED TIRE CHAINS SPUD • ANVIL SACK , l s ATTOCK l ........... &.. *' / .. 6 MINERAL FEEDERS PiT ...........  I 5 METAL FENCES FOR ROUND BALES BUF?R;G a ;T ItOLE DIGGERS I CREEP FEEDER SMOo W ..,.E co.00o.o I TRACTOR CHAINS t ,, • 11 HENS AND  KUO:I'K SCYTHES HANDYMAN JACK • • CHICKEN FEEDERS ETA W ASSORTMENT OF NAILS GRABS 280 GALLON/ L ATERING TROUGH 1 II RE L LOG CHAINS PIPE DIES AND CUTTERS II I BARB Wl  ,, m ...... W ..... -=   10 TO 36" PiPE WRENCHES - m .€  ,'" I   II  -- 18" CRESCENT WRENCH 'i RI CATTLE MEDIC NE  "  " 1 ''' W III • TATTOO OUTFIT  l.,t, y /W.'..( ,, AT_ER PUMP WITH HOSE  • .... r.uu  ''il  _ ti,,;/(%'#i.  nu=EPOWER MOTOR • BANDS FOR CALVES  ' ' I }€ COMPLETE SET OF GAUGES HOSE& TORCHES FOR WELDING I • CALF PULLER L--  "'-''- 74"  gEL RE/INGT N' ' to your.new home -=- benins  . • S II I APPROXIMATELY TIN 'C' ! LOT CL/U'S OF I & 2 INCH 100 LUMBER LOCUST POSTS I , , t"/-'  I 1BiCJji I  [--.. '' 1  I i • • with a home loan from ' E.."T'P"E.oC" , = • HALF A DRUM OF CREOSOTE  ' I II BUMPER FOR 3000 FORD TRACTOR MANY OTHER ITB$ TO0 NUM|ROUS TO MENTION I aWha Union Bank .,-_---.,o,, • . LB uum = .,u.0o, o..,,.,,.0.,..,. . Olenville, W.V. ,-m ,,,,w [] o0.us i / i  • BOLTS & NUTS AUCTIONEIER: SAM GARRETT I M em bet F.D.I.’. --''"''--""°" "-" - w I .u....,ES "': ="" I REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED BY THE C.U4DEN ROCKETS 444 CLUB IIBmm m, m,, ,,m m 'm"m m= mmlmm,m i ii i llll _ mmmi,,m,mm mlmm mB Bmmlm, mmmlJ Rockefeller MOST IMPROVED AVERAGE,, Terry restoration or repair of lead-painted Fox--13 pins and David Gillespie--ll homes. Adults also are susceptible to pins ises Burke To eliminate the danger of lead pra WAKE UP paint poisoning, federal regulations have prohibited, since ]anuary 1, 1973, At the request of Gov. lay the sale of lead-based paints for R(kefeller, De]. Billy B. Burke A residential use containing more than .5 (D-Gilmer} attended the signing percent lead. The federal government ceremony of several key health bills MORE also prohibits the sale of toys which in Charleston on Monday, April 25, have paint with a lead concentration of In a letter to Burke, Rockefeller ........... more than.5 per cent. praised his work aschairman of the [WCJW If you know your child has eaten Health Reorganization Committee oaint, or if you even suspect that he saving his support was, "criticial to may have. take him to your doctor or : lhe passage of major health legislation. [@ # @1 local clinic immediately for a checkup. Our task is only begun, I trust that we 5 8 910121416 Lead poisoning must be treated early if have just begun a fruitful working i is to be cured, relationship." 680 , RADIO . 680 For further information on lead ....... poisoning and other types of common household poisoning, contact the West BIG CAT--Fred Miller of Cedarvllle, landed this 36-inch long, 251/= Virginia University Extension Office at during -6'2-7061. pound catfish last week in the Little Kanawha River just above the mouth of Cedar Creek. [I)emoerat photo]