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Glenville, West Virginia
June 27, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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June 27, 1975

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I |une 26, 1975 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 9 (Continued from last week) ~" of "A inches higher and I would have missed ~ative of him. How do you separate luck from hills skill? them, is I saw on the television news today and in items that stated the name of a man who had been arrested for making and selling ten gallon of moonshine t~ 1971, whiskey: date of arrest. Feb, 22. 1972. Public which proves that moonshine, like wife, trout, is scarce in West Virginia, but are can be found. for One fishing trip we were on, we Par1 of his had a new member of our party who made this his first and last trip. We got to the campsite in the ~wnin~ and while we were makin~ camp and ~rb at this getting supper ready, he passed out on Y, In the the,~round from an overdose of ' G~rhe out e ,her : r:,e and moonshine. Not being able to wake him, we threw a tarp over him and let him lay. It snowed that night and we had a diffkult time findm~ hirr; m ~e morning, We went home ~iti~ drunk and no fish. West Virginia was once a paradisefor wildlife and for sportsmen. Now the mountains are past their prime. That's why I believe in conservation and I believe that mountains should be protected. Many of us remember what the state was like and vve see what it has become. The paradise is gone and that is the sportman's lament. 4-H youth represents state in Netherlan& Randy Turner, 16. member of the Mountaineer 4-H club and junior at Parkersburg South High School, is one of 12 West Virginia high school students participating in the Interna- tional Folktoristic Festival "Op Roakdeldoes" in Warrfum, Nether- lands, June 19-22. The only team representing the United States at the festival, they will demonstrate West Virginia Appalac- hian folk dances. Randy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ileryl Turner. 1813 Gihon Road, Parkersburg. and the grandson of two Gilmer county couples, Mr.and Mrs. A.L. Turner and Mr, and Mrs, Adren jones, He was chosen for the tour at the ( 4-H International Experien~, Weekend at tackson's Mill, :'dar h 22-24 Time to sell. We've got a backlog of buyers waiting. Ma.y properties are sold before they are advertised. Call for a free appraisal and a fast sale. NEW LISTINGS SALE LIGK ROAD - 1 acre, beautiful, level lot, with 2{'30 ft. of road frontage. All utilities available The pertect ,~q~ot tor a trailer or home. $5,500. DUSK CAMP - ~ acres; many good building sites on year-round road. $12,(~), NEAR SAND FORK - 56 acres. Secluded retreat, 4-room furnished camp in excellent hunting area. Stem: barbecue grill and picnic table by small stream. $12,500. 100 A, LICK RUN, near Webster County line. Old farm, several streams, good pasture, timber, fair access by county road. $15,000. 119 ACRES, TURKEY RUN OF COPEN RUN - Gilmer tountv. Old 4 room house, cellar house, 20 to 30 .,( re~ meadow land, free natural gas. Remote but :~cuessible. $135 per acre, 200 PLUS ACRES, BURNSVILLE AREA. Free gas. Bemtiful land, aprox, 100 acres tillable, 50 acres pasture, Good access off Salt Lick Road, $42,000. 29'. down, balance 15 years. BENDERS RUN: 50 acres, beautiful timber tract, 5 ~':~:res flat bottom land. perfect hunting or camp, $9,0(X). Price reduced to $7,500. NAPIER SPECIAL: 118 acres high and beautiful. Free gas $23,~. BEAIYFIFUL VIEW from 105 Ind~st; ;~i ,~ ,m~un, Three bedroom home, 3 lots. g rd~b ~i t ~.uid grow nails, $22,500 ......... SACR/FICE SALE on huge 14-rmm 'house on t';lk River; 2 acres, all city conve fie, noes: SUTTON: Old Woman's Rua, Stu~ ~:~ h~use on ~/~ acre, all city conveniences, $15J~3. Owner wilt take mobile home in trade. HEATERS: Old 4 bedroom housu m Heaters West Virginia. In an excellent location on Rt. 19, $13,9~D, STEWART ADDITION: 8 big lots, very nice home, 3 bedrooms, gas heat. Carpet & vinyl floors. A buy at $18,900. LAND LOCKED and priced to sell. Are you a smart investor? Can you see the long range potential in 45 beautiful acres overlookin the tntel Lots-o-Lots /