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July 4, 1975

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July 3, 1975 The Glenvtlle Democrat/Pathfinder @ll Gilmer t0nhunters list meet winners Jammer howlers " register high marks >~,~4~~" Sporting high in d ividual averages ,~ ~ during the third week of the summer ,: o .. Monkey Bowling League at GSC lanes 4p.~~.- were Sandy Waggoner, 174; Bantz collins, 169; Darrell Heiney, 168; Elsie 23-foot motor home in an Oklahoma cottonwood end walked 75 yards to a goose-hunting blind, I the way to go. Some day my camping rig's going to November morning (and ever since). I had been search for what I'd consider the "ideal camping best serve as a home-away-from-home during rambling for sport, recreation, and just plain BJ~ers froze to the trigger in that goose blind, and my corn doffs, I simply ldt the blind, walked to the lad poured down a hot cup of coffee. Twenty minutes I remzmed my blue goose vigil. In Kansas, during up beside a miles-long maize field, parked, and Hngneck pheasants. Our "coffee break," and later a hunUn~ lima. We didh't have to go into town. We sot quite. For hunting trips, the motor home is fine, but an 80.1b., 16-foot canoe onto a motor home roof Push a heavy wooden ladder through a second story my canoe almost always goes wherever we go, at because O-miles-per-gallon {or less) of gas is can take, I think I have to rule out the palatial one-.of the RecVee world. camper, too, and must' say that pulling into camp, and simply welkins around and in through the beck I~ I've managed to come. Three weeks of park-and camp qo almost had ma convinced.., until I tried an bed over the cab. The heat drove me out. This type E1 Dorado Sportsman modal we had (gun cabinet, extra outside ice-box for fish and game}, makes outdoor tonce again, hoisting up that canoe, to say nothing about Overhead and road stability problems, was enough to camping ideal travel-trailer too, but I have a horror of towing bed of a pickup truck, especially when I have to rs bad enough when the jolting windstorm trailer practically blows my little station wagon with another wobbly 20-feat of travel trailer tied on to =e! the comforts of home. and somet~nes those have. But more often than not. my camping is an behind-not take it with me. No-for all around the travel trailer is not quite what I want t~dler~-or a camping trailer, as some of the hard-top, now officially called. Lois and I ordered one several 'Compact, easy-to-tow, easy-to-erect-just llke having a ,'" the literature read. With two youngsters in I~ ideal way to go, and because we like to cook and eat o~e without a stove, icebox, and all the other interior year. It was fine, as far as it went. But it rained. I to peck a tarp. but how do you rig one up in an open it was really only makeshift at best. has lots of advantages: they really are easy to tow, Coonhunters and doRs prior to water race at Recreation Center. Note hounds baying at raccoon in cage atop poles. Cage with 'coon is pulled across pond with hounds in close pursuit, hopefully. Some dogs proved water-shy. Winners of the June 21 Gilmer County Coonhunters Association nite hunt and show are listed below: Grade or non-registered winners of the hunt - First place, Specks owned by Garry Russell, Charleston: second, Woody owned by Dick Bare, Mt Pelly, Ohio; third, Dick owned by Seymour Settle of Walker: fourth, Blackie owned by Cared Vaugham of Walback; fifth, Bill owned by Roger Smith of Grafton, O. Grade winners of water race - First free,, Becky: second free Tapper; third free. Sandy; first line. Joe; second line. Bill: third line. Chocolate Chip. Grade treeing contest winners - Blacky owned by Nelson, and Bock owned by Vaughn. Registered treeing contest win- nets- Queen. first place owned by Bert Parks: second, Tapper owned by Warren Mullens. Coon squalling contest - Champion Harry Palmer. Breed, Red Bone - junior male, Red lud owned by Kenneth Clowser of Cedarville; best male of breed. Red Jud; best female of breed, Red Robin owned by Earl R. Turpin of Burnsville. LICENSED NITE HUNT REPORT 1st Blue Liquor, English. owned by' Donald Dellancy of St. Marys; 2nd W.Va. Blue, Bluetick. owned Toby Bower of Bolt; 3rd Richie Singing Buck. Walker, owned by Richard Dye of Mt. Clair: 4th Blue Lou. Bluetick, owned by Richard Mullens of Clay; 5th Cherokee Scout, Walker, owned by Gary L. Davis of Bridgeport; 6th Shanner, Walker, owned by Linda J. Truman of Clay: 7th Moore's Blue Cloud, Bluetick, owned by Arnett L. Jones of Charleston; 8th Mt. State Ben, English. owned by Corder Ligget of Rock Cave: 9th River Lucy, Walker. owned by Larry Murray of Pennsylvania; lOth Kanawha River Chief, Walker, owned by Clark R, James of Glenville. The Grand Nite Champion Hunt Kirkpatrick, 164; and Reta Kight, 164. High game scores were rolled by Sandy Waggoner, 208, and Garry Kight, 205. High handicap scores were rolled by Betty Cottrill, 231, Eilenora Ho~ 228. and Melvin Robinson, 221. Sandy Waggoner and Lynn Marks scored high series marks with 5~ and 548 respectively. In addition, Melvin Robinff~ scored a high series handicap of 6~_~. . 2. . 4. "5. 6. 7. 8. *9. 10. 11. "12. 13. 14. ( "15. 16. "17. 18. "19. *20. "21. 22. *23. *24. *2-5. I.E. Route 119-33 E., July 20, 1975 at 1:00 Lead Line Pet Ponies - 48"' and under - Riders 12 yrs. and under. Best Dressed Pony and Rider - 48" and under. Best Dressed Horse and Rider Pole Bending (Horses) Pole Bending (Ponies) Western Pleasure (Horses) Three Gaited Horses (English Tack and Attire) Barrel Race (Horses) Barrel Race (Ponies) English Pleasure Stakes (Horses) Stakes (Ponies) Ladies Pleasure Class - English and Western Horses) Catalog Race- Open Racking ClaSs (Slow and Fast) Keyhole- Open Walking Horses Flag Race- Open Pony Express - Open Egg and Spoon Race - Open Men's Pleasure Class - English and Western (Horses) Straight Barrel Race- Open Pick-up Race- Open Dash for Cash - Open C0661NS TEST PAPERS REQUIRED GATE DONATION: ADULTS - $2.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 - $1.00 Not Responsible for Accidents Fees for all Classes except #24 and #25 will be" or ths =tore. You can stand to dress. With screened I can, of course, conveniently carry my canoe. The It'sa fair-weather rig-too cold on a mid-winter It's a compromise to erect-easy only if every etc.) works as it =d~tdd. Pulling into a riverside midst of a thunderstorm, as I did once that year, and is not quite the simple unsnap-it unfold-it chore as we almost settled on the ideaL" especially after ~ug'Coleman's latest a miniature tent trailer, easily towed by roof lifts up, over, and out and gives you a the woods in less than 10 minutes time-even in e~d up with one, since price has become an important '68 picking-up truck with shell-now provides bJ~me, and while it is near ideal, it-like all the quite make It, upec~y when we head out for We still ~ve to pat Up a tent for a longer case ~ re~.. Trust's becom~f an unwelcome chore. the campins sportsman who likes some comforts of heads into all kinds of haunts in the wild. from to bare streamsida sites in the back his gunnin8 doffs-with him wherever he goes, resources to use? 'tPortanmn's rig and you might makes fortune. I'll buy the IV trwster ~,~| v ,adays Breed, American Black and Tan - Female puppy. Blue Ridge Rudy owned by lee Brown of Burnsville: senior female, Katy owned bv Tom Dailey of Elizabeth; best female of breed, Blue Ridge Rudy owned by Joe Brown: best male of show. Berry Blossom Buck owned by Ted Nelson of Vincent. Ohio; best female of show, Kate owned by Edward Dennison of Clarksburg: champion of champions, Timber Duke owned by Merlin D. Post of Buckhannon. Breed. Walker - j~fior male, Berry Blossom Buck owned by Ted Nelson; senior male. Dave's Mt. State Sport owned hy C.M. Hart of Buckhannom best male of breed, Berry Blossom Buck owned by Ted Nelson: female puppy. Hammrin' Jodie owned by Ronald A. Wilson of St. Marys; junior female, Singing Cindy owned by Homer C, Brooks Jr. of Pennsboro; senior female. Mt. State Sue owned by Howard Foster of Jane Law: best female of breed. Mt State Sue. Breed, Bluetick- male puppy, Blue Chief owned by Warren Mullahs of Clay: senior male. Blue Trouble owned by Robert Brannon of Troy: best male of breed, Blue Trouble owned by Brannon; female puppy, Blue Ann owned by Warren Mullens; junior female. Blue Nell owned by William Cunningham of Glenville; senior female, Makin' Music Sue owned by Donald Grogg of Glenv~e; best female of breed. Blue Ann owned by MuUens. Breed, English - female puppY, Kate owned by Edward Dennison of Clarksburg; best female of breed. Kate. own4 Moving? Please send us beth old and new addresses so that we may make your subscription change without delay. #24 Entry Fee will be $4.00 #25 Entry Fee will be $5.00 and the paybeck will be 75% (40/o, 25%, 10/o ) *High Point Trophy plus $25.00 cash av rd will be giwm i to High Point Horse and Rider in these Classes. : II II I I ' ~ " II II G/EN1LL In order to improveootw service to our many sportsmen te tomers, have set up open accounts and arranged sPeciel delivery with two of the larger Sporting ',1oo1= Whole ders in the emtern U.S. On ebout 3 days aUl ly you with almost any Gun, Shell, Equipment, Rshing Tackle, Camping Gear. it,, alther have it tn stock, or =n get it TillS WHI'$ SHOAL MINGTON 742 ADL rifle in 30-06 or semi.aut ,_ ic $I 00, Yw, thee ace new nfles, still in the box. .:.:.:.: .,.,.,,, II II