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May 30, 1975

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I i ili i! ;] ) 4 The Gienvflle Democrat/Pathfinder May 29. 1975 VALLEY INN CLUB :t Revised Country Swingers Saturday, May 31, 1975 l0 p.m.--2 a.m. Special Meeting L May 30, 1975 8:00 p.m. 2O PUTNAM'S RESTAURANT Football Robert Alltop, Clay Wrestlins: Robert Alltop, Clay Morrow, Skip Rhoades, Phil Toth and l.m Bailey, Mike Boggs, Gary Bush, John Bailey. Gary Bush, Doug Collins, Kurt Willard Wright. Damon West. ,,[ Fox, Clifford Frymier, Larry Greynolds. Ellison. Jimmy Gumm. Rick Gumm, Ted ks dr/yors i_ for e/ Hamric, Terry Heckert. Dave Danny Smith, Denny Smith, Phil sought early gra Marks. Randy Maxwell, Jerry Stalnaker. and Eric Williams. l" McPherson, Jeff Miller and Randy Track: Clifford Frymier, Robert Male or female volunteers are Education noarlY~ Miller, Mike Minney. Keith Morrow,Greynolds. Rick Gumm, Danny Smith.being sought to transport Titan drivers' fees, ~ footballers to their practice field available accordislI[C. ~' "' "" " ~ " during the month of August. Four school bus driving positionsInterested must be filled but no pay can be Mary Lee provided due to lack of funds. It would next meeting of Farm cost the Gilmer County Board of June 9, 7:30 p.m. , , Ckeerbaders camp at West Y/rgia/a LATEX Denny Smith. Mary Summers, and Don Cb Titans awarded sports letters at bamluet ^... Susan Williams, Mary Jane Wilmoth, WilLiams and All ils~ errs Managers; The Gilmer C unty H.S. a - p Chris Roe. Doug Skinner. Danny Smith. Aruetta Wilson, Randy Hitt. Rick Hitt. banquet was held May 4 at the Denny Smith. Doug Williams. and Don Randy Maxwell, Randy Miller. BeyHamric. and Recreation Center. sponsored by the Wilson. Hamric. Kathy McCartney. Kim Roten. Members d I staff were also lg Athletic Boosters. Basketball: Mike Boggs, Stoveand Barbara Smith. Football: Clydl Bl Miller gave a welcoming Boggs. Tim Brady. Rick Carr, John Baseball: Robert Alltop, Tim Larry Barton. 13a speech. The invocation and henedic- Edwards, John Fox, Ted Hamric, ]ohn Brady, John Fox, Jim Gumm, Ted Basketball: tion were given by Ray. I.E. Sister. Isenhart, Bill Lilly. Jerry McPherson, Hamric, KevinKennedy, Bill Lilly. Mike Clyde Stepp, I.V-;.'~ Charles Buffer, a coach at Michigan Frank Tomblin. Don Wilson, Kim Bush. Minney, Dennis Reese, Jeff Roberts. grade: and phy~,~ - State University, was the main Lisa Coffman. Beverly Hamric. Sandra Tim Swiger and Frank Tomblin. Track: Cly.~ speaker. Reed. Kim Roten. Desi Skinner, Golih Rick Carr, Steve Collins. Tom Larry Barton, P~ The following letter awards wereBarbara Smith and Mary Jane Davisson, Jerry McPherson, Keithfor girls. presented: Wilmoth. Golf: Days ~[mt Our Finest Quality Paints! Lowest Prices of The Year! ENAMEL Ems-r to Clem! Stow D at t GAL. t All Members and Dependents Are Urged to Attend Members of the State Dept. Will Be Here GAL. 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White & Colors. decorator colors, i b JE YOUR CHARGE CARD Jumps, gymnastics, pom-pom rou- tines, new yells, mounts, use of the mini-tramp are just a few of the subjects programmed for a Cheerlead- ing Workshop to be held at West Virginia. Wesleyan College in Buck- hannon. The workshop, scheduled for June 16-19, will feature the staff of Nation-wide under the direC Zucchelli. fou~~i[" from several stats~ To register,~ 349-2017 or w~l Cheerleaders A~ n ey Lane, IndiS~ 15701, Two gridders accepted for G$C Glenville State College has weighs152 poun~ accepted two more football players for is a rugged com~ An offensive Zd admission, according to coach Whitey middle guard, Adolfson. Fred Sanders h'., a Class AA Magnolia High .~ honorable mention defensive beck, will weighs 180 enroll from Buffalo H.S. He is 5-9 and participate in trsw track st; compete in HARDWARE STORE Qualifiers for State Track Meet AA Finals kent row. Randy HRt. Mm-k Summers, Rick mtt; Susan Williams, ih)be Grmjaolda. Sm"mers placed in 880-yaz ! rum in 2: .3 [Rick and itmsdy Httt. Somme, and WUmn] placed As the days pass we are close to June 3rd election future of Glenville is now "THE VOTERS." So get out June 3rd for the candidate YOU the tNnk will make Glenville city to live in. Dynamic V0t( at R )de KmckNt Year Town's Paid Political Advertising