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June 6, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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Sand Fork 7 up the winning a 5th and 6th game at Sand Fork nipped the Trojans, 14-11, in five" innings. The first team played just before the second-stringers got underway, pre- ceded by the 7th and 8th grade teams. The photographer decided to conceu- trate on the little guys who seemed to enjoy playing just for the fun of it. Both coaches emptied the bench in an effort to let all the players hit and field. W Bill Jones, in this photo? He's sitting on the b~nch with his players and scorekeeper, intent on you need help, he's the cro~-leuad fellow with chin in hand, G$C lands two grid stars (;SC has accepted two gridders for admission, according to Whiter Adolfson, head coach. Bruce Carey, a 21e-pound wrestler and defensive tackle, will be enrolling this fall from Liberty High School. Ronnie Parr of Tyler County H.S. was an All LKC halfback and member of the Ohio Valley A team. Both are expected to contribute to the Pioneer football program. Early GSC registration for summer session Glenvilte State College will conduct early registration for the summer sessions during the week of June 245. Classes will convene on June 10. Students may pre-register between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. during the entire week. Registration will also be open from 6 p,m. through 8 p.m. on tune 3, 4. and 5. This will permit teachers and other out-of-town people to drive in after work. Those who want to register should see their advisor and then report to the Registrar's office. Anyone who is unable to locate his advisor should see the Associate Academic Dean to be advised. Students who are planning to take lune 5, 1975 The Glenville l~',mocrat/Pathfinder 5 courses bolh sessions shouht go ahead and register [or all o| their courses. Those wh~, are planning to attend only the se~ end session may register on luly q. Area r(:sidenls a~re ur:ged to take ,(tvanlage, ~t this earl,/ registration schedule as the lines are apt to be long on Registration Day. June 9. On June 9, registration will begin at 9 a.m. and run mild ,:~=:rVu,=u is registered. Regular registration on June 9 will be conducted in the Ballroom. Tanner 4-H Club meets The Tanner Pioneers 4-H clnh met May 20 to plan fixin~l a roadside park to have summer meetings. They also discussed a PTA talent show and folk dance. Reporter. Karen Stephens. TOM'S GUNS and BOW SHOP New & Used Guns. IN STOCK NOW Bear Bows Pistols Bear Arrows Ammo & Accessories Quivers & Acces n-ies GUN REPAIR Custom Ordering Service REFINISHING Stop in. Check my LOCATED ON RT. 5 [Sand Fork ltd.] prices before buying! 2 MILES EAST OF GLENVILLE, 462-5267 eSpeed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrieerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNITURE 15 Powell St. G lenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL h-- right fielder, Tom Peggs, Sand Fork pitcher, single into a winding up. ttarold Scott. coach at Sand ForJ . app s to be telling the umpire ome g. ,, Was somebod~ ~fa by. thkt dmeh? ~ WESTOII, W. VA. YOUR LEADING CLOTHIER FOR 76 YEARS ON BURNS FORK OF MILL FORK AT PLACE.. HORSES WT. 900 LBS. EACH WITH GOOD AND 8 YRS.; 2 600 LB. PONIES 5 YRS. OLD BROKE TO 2 COWS WITH CALVES; 2 YEARLING HEREFORD ~'4TON TRUCK WITH 4 SPEED TRANSMISSION; 1 12 TRACTOR WITH TURN PLOW, 48 ~'q. ROTARY AND CULTIVATOR; 1 DRILL PRESS WITH OR ELECTRIC]; 1 7 IN. BLACK AND DECKER 1 BLACK AND DECKER JIG SAW; 2 IN. BLACK DRAWN MOWING MACHINE, 5 FT. CUT IN HORSE DRAWN 8 FT. HAY RAKE; 1 2 TURN PLOW; 1 5 TOOTH HORSE DRAWN FORKS; 2 COWBOY SADDLES 1 MEDIUM, 1 GRAIN SCOOP; 1 HORSE DRAWN SLIP ~00 LBS. ASSORTED NAILS; (YFHER ARTICLES TOO Terms: Cash Auctioneer: Clark Minney Not Responsible for Accidents Ray Brady Sand Fork player scores while Troy catcher waits for the throw. 1502 JUNE'74 ~.P. 46 Featuring The 12% of our agents qualify for The Leading Producers' Seminar is one of them. During 1974, this Woodmen Accident and Life District Manager qualified for attendance at the Company's annual LEADING PRODUCERS' SEMINAR, to be t ld in Tarpon Springs, Florida. 3nly the select group of representatives who exceed a demanding goat ' me sale of life, health and group insurance protect on may attend this ~mportant meeting. he Seminar is designed to enhance the service and sales caoabilities of who attend-thus enabling them to provide a new di'mension in '|ancial security to many individuals, families and businesses. QUalification for the Leading Producers' Seminar takes the kind of effort that deserves s _p~_,ial recognition. If you d like to add your ~ongratula- lions to ours, here s the address: II