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4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder May 27, 1976 Gilmer Co. places 10th in state meet The Gilmer County High School track team, competing this year in the toughest of the five AA regions, placed tenth in a field of 70 track clubs at the State Track Meet in Charleston. The Titan's qualified six persons for the meet. Gilmer County finished with 22 points. On the other hand, the Titan girls track team made an impressive showing, totaling 28 points and a fifth place finish. Junior Randy Maxwell qualified for the pole vault but was injured Junior standout Don Wilson led the team, qualifying in four events. He placed fourth in the high jump competition, bounding six feet. Call it tight, call it close, call it a photo finish, but Wilson's second place finish in the 440 yard dash was a thriller. Both the first place runner and Wilson had identical times of .51 seconds. Controversy arose because two judges called a dead heat, one put Wilson in first place, but the one that decided the matter, the head judge, called it in favor of the Warwood fifth place two-mile relay team and the second place mile-relay team. Prior to the state meet, the Gilmer mile-relay team was undefeated. This was Sophomore Rob Rey- nold's second trip to the state meet. Last year he qualified in the 880 run. Rob's hand in this year's action was running the first leg of the two-mile relay squad. His time was 2:03.6. The only senior of the six qualifiers was Randy Hitt. Hitt ran the third leg of the two-mile relay and the second leg of the mile-relay. slightly during a warm-up session and runner. Sophomore Eric Williams and 4id not place in competition. Young Wilson also anchored the Junior Rick Hitt round out the six _ I-_ , .......... _, .......... 1 ......... t _ _ J ...... L _ _ _ .; _ _ _ qualifiers. Williams, in his first visit to relay teams while Rick, no stranger to the state competition, ran :53.8 leg in the milrelay. J The Annual Stotkholders Meeting of | The undefeated mile-relay team. second in the state, posted its best time ! yet in Charleston with a 3:34.1. I Kanawha Union Bunk | The Titan Ladies sent four to the ! ! meet to finish a strong fifth place. Susan Williams took top honors in the will be held on June I, 1976. long iump, leaping 15 feet, 10 inches. The Gilmer gale posted a 4:21.3 iiii!i!!!;i'ii?  III ::!:::::::::::i::':..'iiiiii!ii!iiiiii!!!iii!:i:!::i:i I i!i!iiiii! ::-:::'_;:;: I I 1 i:!,.!:i 1 1 1 : THE WE Sv2Cg2.SvT" :, I .. I 1 I I , ___1 ....... , I k no I I  --,. 10-9 Dy I I_   I i, tllIPm xz-a Sunday I I  _, I ! e ! ! ! . ! , Cotton & Polvester Pr, nts ^ ,h , , I REG. To00.gS-" ............ ya. 1 I I :':':':':':' I I :: I Solmd Canvas & Pophn ^, , , : REG. 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Sue Williams sets state track record Susan Williams, a member of the Gilmer County Girls Track team, put it , in high gear Friday Evening, May 21, as she sped to a first place finish in the 300 yard dash and a new state record. I ' Her time of 37.2 seconds put her  ,-- " I ! six tenths of a second ahead of her nearest competitor. The victory may be a little more rewarding in some The Gilmer County High School girls track team sent respects in that Susan beat the state meet in Charleston. The girls took an impressive daughter of women's track star, Cindy [from L-R] Bev Hamric, Pare Minigh, Heather Wilson ! Rudolf Eldridge. She had previously never been beaten in a race. Susan is a second year team member and a junior at the High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and " Mrs. Russell Williams of Kanawha D-ive. Gilmer plfers finish " , . season with 17-4 mark  Willard Wright and Jerry Mc- Pherson shared medalist honors with scores of 40 each Thursday, May 20, as Gilmer County downed Lewis County 162-202, in a dual golf match at the Glenville Golf Club. Individual scoring for the Titans: Keith Morrow-41; Tom Davisson-43: WiUard Wright-40; Jerry McPherson 40 and Greg Adolfson-41. Your Home Improvements Storm Doors, alum'num or  white finish with Safety Glass ..... i,, " !* Storm Windows, aluminum or  y white finish. ' .& Awn ngs, eight colors, any size .... .jj , i. ....  ,* YOUR HOME , :" ' Write J  I I  Y RS These young men represented GiImer County High . ARLIE A E or Meet in Charleston. They are [Kneeling L-R]: Rob ( TH WHIPKEY [Standing L-R]" Randy Hitt, Rick Hitt and Don Wilson. KENNE Grantsville, VVV Maxwell. I I " I ,.. e yourchi iLref00vln.ff course how to the It's go(El to know that your child is never alone in an emergency. Not if you have phones and teach your child how to use them properly. _ Just take a few minutes and show your child ' " where the emergency numbers are lock'ted in the front of the phone bo()k. Better yet, write down certain eme numbem and keep them near your phones. For the fire department, the police department, your family doctor, and the operator. That s fight, the operator. If a child becomes confused, or panics, '. simply dialing "0 can alert the operator, who knows how to handle -'., an emergency. ff your child is pre.ho()l age,, and can't read, point out where 0 is on the dial and how to dial it. (j The friendly voice on the other it end is a reassurance that someone J will always be there. Just in case  Of c( urse, al) nke sure your ,: child knows never to play with phones,1 that they re not toys. Rather, they're a way " to ve time. And money. And even lives. @CSPTeo