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4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder ,Ms) 13, 197t; Del Prince joins GSC Eolf team ,.l' l)*!i I..,' .t A:--.hhlt)ul,t. Ohio will heu h*. coleg.lte golf career wilh the (;SC Pioneers. A(:('.ordmg to (h)ach Tim Carney. he has an impressive re, cord. lie nlade the varsity team as a freshman with an average of 40.1. His sophomore year he averaged 38.5. a 38 in his junior year and a 37.2 his senior year. He has been a medalist in the State Sectionals twic.e and he won the Independent Insurance Tournament in Northeastern Ohio in 1974. Also in 1974. he won the club championship at the Village Green Golf Course in Kingsville. Ohio. Coach Carney feels that Greg will give the team the depth and strength they need to get on top of the conference again. Greg Del Prince ] " -, I COLLEEN'S BEAUTY SHOP is proud to introduce a new operator, namely, Dianne Montgomery, who will be working full time and is experienced with the Afro hairdo. She will be more than ' happy to style your hair any Monday or Tuesday for $1.00 off of regular price on any style to get acquainted with you. The shop is open at 7 A.M. each morning and open till any hour in the evening to meet your needs. OPERATORS Linda Bennett, Johan Montgomery, Barbara Marks, Dianne Montgomery COLLEEN COLLINS OWNER FOR OVER 25 YEARS Phone 462-7971 GCHS track team takes second in Lewis County (;timer came in second in a triangular meet held at Lewis County. Scoring was Lewis County, 78.5 points: Gilmer 73 points: Calhoun 31.5 points. 2-Mile Relay Team - first 9.20 - Randy }tiLt. Ken Kuhl, Eric Williams, Rob Greynolds. 880 Relay - second 1.43 - Cliff Frymier, Dink Jones. Randy Maxwell, Ron Thompson. 440 Dash - first, Don Wilson 55.7; second - Rick Hitt 56.7; 180 Lows - third. Cliff Frymier 23.3. Mile Relay 1st 3.56 Rob Greynolds. Randy Hitt. Rick Hitt. Don Wilson. High Jump - first. Don Wilson Sand Fork blanks Rock Cave The Sand Fork baseball team of the Elk Valley League won their opening game May 2 over Rock Cave. 19-2. Richard Pritt went the distance for Sand Fork and collected 15 strike- outs. Sand Fork will play Gassaway May 9 at Sutton Airport and will play their first home game May 15 at the Sand Fork Field against Birch River. Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy the games. I ii . • IIIII DoomotlllOlilllOlilllOOOOOlmOOO oooooooooooooooooooooololmooomooooooomooool4mo ooooooooooo l THE | 0 WESTON-SUTTON-SPENCER 5'10"; third. Ron Thompson, 5'4"'. Broad Jump - third. Randy HiLt 18'5"'. Discus - third, ]eft Miller, I06'; fourth, Rick Gumm. 120 Highs - second, Cliff Frymier, 17.1: third - Rick Gumm, 17.5. Mile - first - Eric Williams, 5.117: third, Doran Flower 5.17. 880 Run - first, Rob Greynolds, 2.15; Randy Hitt, 2.16. 220 - second Don Wilson, 24.2; fourth Rick Hitt, 26. 2-Mile Run- first Ken Kuhl. 11.16; fourth Jeff Gower. 11.33. Pole Vault - first, Randy Maxwell. fourth - Alton Skinner. Shot - third, Doug Skinner 38'. MEN'S WORK SHOES & BOOTS GSC adds three to squad THURSDAY-FRII)AY-SATURDAY MAY 13-14-15 Dependable 8-inch steel toe SAVE 5.19 I Logger Boot. REG. 22.95 17.76 Gtadyear Welt constructed brown work shoe. cork ufle. RE(;. 19.958-inch The Glenville State College football squad has added three more to their ranks for the upcoming 1976 season. They are: Ralph Fink, a 6'4", 295 pound defensive tackle from Charleston High School; Zach Ison, a 6'2". 230 pound tackle from Clermont Northeastern and Jerry Ware, a six foot, 165 pound split/defensive end out of Charleston High. Football Coach Earl Adolfson commented that he is happy all three selected Glanville State to further their education and that the three will be a great help to the squad next season. GCHS places 10111 in Gazette Relays Gilmer County High School placed tenth out of 24 teams this past Saturday in the Gazette Relays. The Relays are the largest double A' Invitation Track Meet held in the state. Don Wilson placed first in the 440 Yard Dash with a time of 52.3 seconds. He also tied for 6th place in the High Jump. The Two Mile Relay team placed third with a time of 8:40. The team is comprised of Don Wilson, Randy HiLt. Eric Williams, Rob Greynolds.  The Mile Relay Team remained ,undefeated. The have placed first in eight meets this spring. Winning time I 3.36.5. Team is comprised of Rob Greynolds, Randy HiLt, Rick Hitt, Don Wilson. Gilmers next Track Meet is the Regional on Saturday, May 15. mmmmmm i iii mlmmM Home Improvement Corp. • l Burnsville • • I GlenvUle Residents Call _B | 462-.8186 I Normantown softball posts John Brag tmrled . one-hitler lor his first Vi(:h)r'v r ()[ lhe season givinR NormHntowll a 24) tter:ision over Sand Fork in the first game of a twin bill. It was Normantewn's eighth straight victory. Bragg struck out five and walked one. never allowing a runner past second base in his first start of the season. Terry Bennett took the loss for Sand Fork. Sand Fork came back in the second game. taking advantage of eight errors, for a 9-7 decision. Richard Collins tossed the victory for Sand Fork while Paul Pumphery took the loss. NorfnalllOWrl hittin of Stan Iour for eight wi The following swept a double 6-1 and 8-7. In the first Btlnnett gave walks for the In the Workman and way with went 4-5 for the trium Mike Carlton, and John Shock. Summer Youth Pr00l00ram Participants in the Governor's Summer Youth Program Virginia Highway. Each year eligible students are clean up the Mountain State while earning money for LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia Purchasing Division will accept sealed bids until 1:30 p.m. june 1. 1976 on File 33 for Glenville State College on Reqn. No. 273 for: To furnish Frozen food for 90 days. No bid will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division. Department of Finance & Administration. Room W-130. Capitol Building. 2harleaton. West Virginia. Ben E. Rubrecht. Director 5-14-2tc THE IDEAL GIFT - A subscrip- tion to the Hometown Newspaper - The Glenvllle Democrat and The Glenville Pathfinder. THE TOWNE BOOKSTORE SAVE 5.03 We NOW Have Cards Gift Wrapping 14.92 Candles Stationery %';,' '' i: :, • ' • [ And A Complete Line of Children's Part/Goods ..__00Glenville " ':i.. "-"' SONG REVIVAL J Laverne Trupp Former Lead Singer for SAVE 4.99 ,, ;., Blue Ridge Quartet q 12 ": ' i ..... " Will Be Presenting , - ,, ", CHRIST IN SERMON AND SONG ........  \\; m at the I |i Gilmer County Recreation Center I (haMyear Welt constructed brown work shoe. Saturday, May 15, 1976 . cork. sole. RE(;. 17.95 6-incl,, TIME; 7:30 P.M. FREE ADMISSION (;(.,dyear Welt constructed 9-inch work I,,,,)t hy A free-will offering will be taken Acm. Oil-resistant (;hemigum ,,utM,le,. EVERYONE IS WELCOME SAVE 5.19 R:(;. 24.,,s | 19=7 |i SPONSOR: coHar°ld SteeLs - Almost Heaven RacewaYsPoNSOR: Beulah ietz .%PI.:(;IAI,!!! "(:HERE" WORK (;I,()VES ONLY... l.tX) ' I 9 omomomom .;_ omomomomomom*m*momomomomemomomomommom°momomomolom Notice is account is before lack V. Pearl L. Bramlett, Given under May, 1976. ROSALEE BE'VFY JEAN D/B/A R & S VS, OKEY F. KEITH. JACK MAMIE HOLT. C. WILFONG. COOK. W.A. HOFF, ].A. JR.. T.C. coOK. GARRY. CARLIS STEVENS. AND ALL UNKI' ASSIGNS OF PARTIES. AND PERSONS OR INTERESTED IN WHICH IS HEREBY MADE PARTIES. The obiect cancel and set dated July 24. Lena Keith, covering 64.32 ac District. Gilmer grounds for abandonment. It that Jack Koith, Jr.. non-residents there are or real named above as above named and who in this action anknown obtain py of plaintiff's Main Street. Ordered tt serve whose West Virginia, Will De taken Glenville in sa Entered by IOth day of MaY. Storm white Stortg white Awning , FREE E 51 i