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SC golfers sweep tourneys; headed for nationals Trailriders" horse show results CHAMPS--GlenvilIe State College's golf team in WVIAC tournament play this year. The team l-r] Jim Scott, Jim Brady, Grog DelPrince, [Back row, l-r] Terry Crislip, Rick Simmons, Bm tate College golf what comes the West Athletic Con- The 1977 achieved a feat Omplished before won all of and the without natch. be emerging as WVIAC Golf 1974. 1975 and an excellent team of upperclassmen now have three e Won the WVIAC award and each has been an Coach Carney. a freshman from Was named 1977 He had an Terry Crislip was also selectee to the, All-WVIAC team. This is the third yea r Terry has been on the All-Conference team and he was Player of the Year in 1975. Carney says he has been a very steadying influence on the young golfers. The other team members include senior Jim Scott. a former Player of the Year in the conference: Jim Brady. a sophomore who had a good year in 1977: Rick Simmons. a Junior who was a very consistent player in 1977. and freshman Bill Hess who was a very strong sixth man. "'I am really proud of this3eam. I fell we had a very good team early in the year and we played better as we went shrug. We are looking forward to the National Tournament. Our goal is lo make the top 17 in the Michigan tournament. This team is quite capable of doing well," Coach Tim Carney said. The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Golf Approximately 500 people turned out for the Gilmer County Trailriders first horse show of the year, April 30. The results were: Halter Class Ihorses] I. Dywanna Bush of Amma on CoCo 2. Dean Miller of Grantsville on Sunnybrook Becky 3. Roland Coberly of Glenvilte on Misty 4. Rolanna Coberly of Glenville on Katy 5. Lowell Fredin of Gtenille on Dusty Pleasure Ponies 1. Teresa Kinder of Millstone on Ribbon 2. Rose Baker of Big Springs on Beauty 3. Don Carothers of Buckhannon on Comanche of High Meadows Pony Barrel Race 1. Pat Roberts of Glenville on Stormy-D-Bar 2. Patty Carothers of Buckhannon on CoCo 3. Don Carothers of Buckhannon on Comanche of High Meadows 4. Junior Self of Stouts Mills on Silver 5. Teresa Kinder of Millstone on Ribbon Barrell Race IHorsesl 1. Ken Duckworth of Gassaway on Scooter 2. Henry Stewart of Gassaway on .e ,nny's Misfit 3. Steve Duckworth of Gassaway on Mister Ed 4. Denny Gillespie of Burnsville on Della 5. Judy Clowser. of Cedarville on Brandy Three - Gaited- Horses [ English Tack l 1. Troy Barton of Glenville on In Motion 2. Glenda Brown of Cedarville on Flaming Star 3. Dywanna Bush of Aroma on CoCo 5. Karen Fredin of Glenville on KoKo Chanel Ring Spear lHorses] . Dale Bollinger of Gassaway on Rip 2. Carl Roberts of Glenville on Missy 3. Bub Yeager of Glenville on Bar 4. John Isenhart of Glenville on Smokey 5. Ken Duckworth of Gassaway on Scooter Egg and Spoon {open] 1. Steve Brown of Cottle on Pocito's Pride 2. John Isenhart of Glenville on Smokey 3. Ron Richards of Big Springs on Mist 4. Denny Gillespie of Burnsville on King 5. Jenny Smith of Grantsville on Satans Red Feather Ladies Pleasure {Walk 8 Pleasure Gait] 1. Kim Grose of Parkersburg on Raja 2. Debbie Grose of Parkersburg on De-La-Mac 3. Janet Yeager of Glenville on Joker B 4. Karen Fredin of Glenville on KoKo Chanel 5. Bonita Williams of Glenville Glory Bee Pony Musical Chairs 1. Peggy Richards of Big Springs on Beauty 2. Bobby Carothers of Buckhannon on CoCo 3. Shannon McClure of Millstone on Ribbon 4. Don Carothers of Buckhannon on Mitzi 5. Kenny Self of Stouts Mill on Trigger Western Pleasure [Horses] 1. Steve Brown of Cottle on Pocito's Pride consistency Qreg was also on Championships will be held in 2. Debbie Grose of Parkersburg on Saginaw, Michigan from June 7 to June De-La-Mac 10. 3. Liz Glover of Glenville on Teraden leadsgirls tu LKC t00tle , the area's top led Gilmer to the Little :e track title in rday. points, as she and the long Were 1:03.2 in ! 27.7 in the 3/4" to win the points to easily boddridge who Following is the results of Gilmer County performers. GIRLS 440-(1) Susan Williams, 1:03.2 (3) Barbara Lay, 1:05.1 (5} Heather Wilson, 1:09.1 100-(1) Susan William, 12.5 (3), Melqdie McHenry 880-(2} Pare Minigh, 2:39.2 (6) Kim Beall, 2:48 220-(1) Susan Williams, 27.7 880 sprint relay-Gilmer finished third 880 relay-Gilmer finished third 440 relav-Gilmer finished fourth Mile Relay--Gilmer's team of Barbara Lay, Heather Wilson, Melodic McHenry and Pam Minigh won in 4:38.5 Shot put-Mary Jane Wihnoth finished fourth with a toss of 29' 10 3/4" Long jump-(1) Susan Williams, 15' 11 3/4" (3) Bonita Williams, 14' 3/4" Discus-Mary Jane Wilmoth finished fifth with a toss of 87'8" High jump-Heather Wilson finish- ed fifth with a leap of 4' BOYS 440-Don Wilson finished second with a time of :52.9 Mile run-Ken Kuhl finished third with a time of 4:55 BSO-Don Wilson finished fourth with a time of 2:08.1 Two mile relay-The team of Ken Kuhl, Eric Williams, Bob Greynolds and Don Wilson won in 8:14 Discus-Randy Miller finished third with a toss of 114' 4" High jump-Don Wilson finished fourth with a jump of 5' 6" Minney hurls one-hitter Mike Minney tossed a brilliant one-hitter to lead Gilmer County to a 10-0 win over Doddridge last Tuesday in a game halted after five innings due to the mercy rule. Minney struck out seven and walked only one. He also had a single and a double. Dennis Reese and John Woodford also hit doubles for Gilmer. The Titans are now 6-8. WATER WELL SERVICE Myers Pumps Sales & Service DRILLING CLEANING OUT H.K. 'Nip' Frymier Tanner, W.Va. Phone 462-8992 sixth in the m YOUR -I I Position Available Region VII Planning and Development Council Buckhannon, W. Va. Applications will be received until May 20, 1977, for tJe positn of Program Coerdtnator with the Region Vll Planning and Development council in Buckhannon, West Virginia. Job responsibilities include developing and coordinating federal, state, and local projects, and comprehensive plans for emonomic development in Region VII. Applicant should have strong background and education in economiCS, planning, and related fields; Must be willing to travel. Approxime starting date of job is July 1, 1977. Salary range $11,000-$14,000. Send resume and hand-written letter of application to: Selection committee, Region VII planning and Devel,,,,m, mt coundl, Upshur County Courthouse, Buckt;aTnTrt:West Virginia 26201. An equal employer. 4 Kim Grose of Parkersburg on Raja 5. Dywanna Bush of Amma on Zoa Bar Pole Bending [Ponies] 1. Don Carothers of Buckhannon on Comanche of High Meadows' 2. Patty Carothers of Buckhannon on Lady 3. Junior Self of Stouts Mill on Silver 4. Pat Roberts of Glenville on Stormy- D-Bar 5. Bobby Carothers of Buchhannon on CoCo Pole Bending [Horses) 1. Henry Stewart of Gassaway on Sunny's Misfit 2. Ernie Jarvis of Exchange on Vandy's Nuggett 3. Judy Clowser of Cedarville on Brandy 4. Jr. Pullian of Ripley on Conky 5. Dale Bollinger of Gassaway on Rip Flag Race [Horses] 1. Steve Duckworth of Gassaway on Mister Ed 2 Denny Gillespie of Burnsville on King 3. Denny Gillespie of Burnsville on Della 4. Ernie Jarvis of Exchange on Vandy's Nuggett 5. Myra Duckworth of Gassaway on Double Dare English Pleasure lAin. Saddle Type Horse] 1. Cheryl Barton of Glenville on Gidget 2. Karen Bolinger of Gassaway on Black Beauty 3. Glenda Brown of Cedarville on Flaming Star 4. Shetia Minney of Cedarville on Rowdy 5. Karen Fredin of Glenville on KoKo Chanel Racking Class 1. Vic Goodrich of Normantown on Dazzle 2. Della Goodrich of Normantown on Hank 3. Mitch Stevens of Grantsville on Sam 4 Janet Yeager of Glenville on Joe May 12, 1977 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder 5 I I I i ...about your Dash for Cash 1. Steve Duckworth of Gassaway on Mister Ed 2. Ken Duckworth of Gassaway on Scooter 3. Jr. Pullian of Ripley on Bob Davison leads Gilmer golfers Gilmer County High's golf team recorded an easy 25-stroke victory over Lewis County on their home course last Thursday, The team total was 192, compared to Lewis County's 217, Tom Davison shot a 42 to lead the Titans. Other Gilmer scorers were Steve Carney 47, Dan Chapman 48, Alton Skinner 55, Frank Kimbel 73. " $18,300 - 1974- tts qNoed by ,Ae U.$. Dept.  Lbor. hren lbor statlstics Imiks #M75. Don't just be satisfied with a JOB-Plan NOW for a Pro- feional career Driving a "Big Rig." We are a Private Training School and if you meet our qualifications, you will be train- ed by Profeional Instruc- tor= on modem equipment. Train on a Part T'me basis (Sat. Sun.) and Keep your job, or attend our 3 Week Full Time Resident Training. Re Tractor Trailer _.raLil Is. CLARKSBURG 622-1316 HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE, W.V. VIRGINIA. Electronic hearing test 111 be given at the Conrad Hotel in GlenMIle eech third Wedndm/of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Hearing Aid Spedelitrt. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 422-B.W. Pike St. Clerksbur WV. 28301 "Old porridge is sooner warmed than new-made." Thomas Fuller Social Security Q. I have a chance to buy a small resort that vould operate from May through September. l'm 67 and have heen getting social securit' 2 years. l lm vould earnings from the business affect my benefit checks? A. If your net carni,gs are $3.0(X or less for 1977. rm social securiD/ benefits Aill he 'a ithheht: $1 in benefits Aill be withheld for each $2 earned over $3.(X)0. But uo matter how much you earn for the year. you can get your full social security t)enefits for any month you dou't do substantial work ill your business. For details, ask at any social security office for the leaflet. If You Work After You Retire. "k "k * "The art of pleasing con- sists in being pleased." William Hazlitt NOTICE TO PUBLIC Dr. L.K. Mathny, veterinarian, announces he will be at the following named place on dltes listed below to vaccinate dogs, as required by State law and directed by the Gilmer County Commission. All dogs which have reached five months of age and those dogs that have not been vaccinated within the pest 24 months sre required to be vaccinated before June 1, ltrn, The fee for vaccinating dogs will be $2.50. Dr. Mmhmy will be lit these locations on dates listed. May 16 (Monday) Alice Store Building ...................................... Cox's Mills Community Building ............. : ............ Newberne Store ......................................... Hall Wilson'e ............................................ Trllr o.oo.o..oooo....o...... ............ .............. Amos Store Trace Fork ............................ ...... May 17 (Tuesday) Dmv=on Farm ............................................ Sldnner Farm, Letter Gap ................................. Normanton ............................................ Lod(,yo..... o o. o...., o . o o.. o.... o. 0 0 ..... ............ Stumptown ............................................. May 18 (Wednesday) Peridna School .......................................... Rosedale ................................................ Mouth Steer Creek ....................................... 8hock, laurel .......................................... Tanner No. 4 ............... .............................. Baldwin C Building .............................. Ray CemnlNII Store ...................................... May 19 (Thursday) GIImer Station ......................................... Stouts Mille ............................. : ............... Sand Fork ............................................... Mouth Ellis ........................................ ...... KIIne Somendlle Store .................................... May 20 (Friday) 8 to 8:30 am. 9 to 10 a.m. 10:15 to 11 a.m. 11:15 to 12 12:30 to 3 p,m. 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. 9 to 10 a.m. 10:15 to 11 a.m. 11:15 to 12 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. 2:35 to 3:40 p.m. 9 to 9:30 a,m. 10:15 to 11 a.m. 11:15 to 12 1:15 to 2 p.m, 2:15 to 3 p.m. 4 to 4:30 p.m. 5 tO 5:30 p.m. 9 to 10 a.m. 10:15 to 12 1 to 2:30 p.m. 2:45 to 4 pore. 4:15 to  p.m. Moyem ............................................. 11:30 to 12 Mouth Third Run ......................................... 2 to 3 p.m. Mouth of Tanner ........................ , ................. 3:30 to 4:15 p,m. May 21 (Saturday) Court House ............................................. 8:30 to 10:30a.m. Camden Rats ............................................ 10:45 to 12 TopHill Sperry Cabin ..................................... 1:30 to 2:30 p,m. Troy School ............................................. 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. Cole'e Store ............................................. 5:30 p.m, PENALTIES--Whoever owns, keeps or harbors a dog or dogs and fails to have eudt dog or dogs vllcdnated or reveccinated against rabies, or whoever obetructe or Interferee in any way with the enforcement of said vaccinatin, shall upon conviction, be fined not less then Ten Dollars ($10.00) nor more than Rfty Doller ($80.00), or be confined in the County Jail not less than Ten (10) days, or moro than Sixty (0) Days, or both. Doge" mMler should present the receipt from the Assessor, or the dog showing that the tax for 1976-1977 has been paid before the dog will be vacdnmed, V=K:dnmion Fee $2,50 L.K. Matheny Veterinarian ================================================================================================= EQUAL HOUSING LENDER Got a leaky roof? or a furnace that doesn't work? Maybe your family has grown and you want to build an addition on the house. /f you're considering any kind of home improvement, come and see us for the cash to make it happen/ Kanawha Union Bank Glenvllle, W.V. Member F.D.I.C. MO(IIAL IPOI INSUIIANCI COIIPO4AItON ;:,..,...:::. ................ ........ b.'..':.::::::::::..'::::::::::::R::"::,%';.%%.".,":R;