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July 9, 1976

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July 8, 1976 -,-.,. F/tzwater SI|NS for |roves 00It 8, ++, Rease r !eads Reds past Tanner; TS !n the FIELDz% J:;  B o  V,fIr :e y an v o " STAN MESEROLL "','---'-  defensl ilwl3h follol%d%he nL;:U:a eg:rm:b uthn3 t : *' o o the Tanner BrRves 12 - 5 in a game ed to beat the Reds 17 - 13 in a game 1"me Changing West - Part I go West." If ever Horace Greeley's admonition had it's today, especially for the outdoor sportsman. If fishing for big trout in those swift-running, ; if camping in wilderness high-country away jestic, big-antlered elk or mule deer been rutting off for some future date, better take the and go. Wait much longer and you may find that the West you thought it was.. our 8-year-old Country Cadillac (a '68 pickin'-up at 67,000 miles as we crossed our fingers and D three weeks ago. headed for Aspen. Colorado via Ohio, and Kansas to attend a five-day conference with writers and editors from all across America and would make it, we intended to celebrate the our way to Colorado. It's the best way, we believe, to that is ours. Four thousand miles stunned at all we had seen and done, we returned the "bull by the horns" and made the trek. opeka, Kansas (carburetor failed to function), that had us roaring like a hot rod over a gravel feet in the great Rocky Mountains, our "Caddy" well and provided us with many memorable  Changed since we camped our way through the Rockies days as an outdoor writer for magazines in 60's. The year before construction of the Glen Canyon the wilder rivers in the West - the San Juan in the border. For five days, in 6-man rafts, we ae sand waves of this river of no return, red-rock canyon country of the Navajo. When the trip "Socatwa Colorado River Rat," thus joining exclusive cadre of outdoor-oriented rafting fans. That and I discovered, a large club with hundreds and The raft traffic not only lines up on all the well-known the Salmon and the Snake, but runs on almost every to accomodate a rubber boat. newer rafting breed during a scenic drive along the way from Canon City to Gunnison, Colorado. The out of the Colorado high country and roars in one long continuous ribbon of white water. even a fishable pool is about as difficult as finding a N.Y. But the sight of rafters whizzing through as common as the sight of johnboat fishermen on the two river runners in a tiny raft went by. A few miles of teenagers zipped past. At the "River Runners two groups standing on the riverbank Later we pulled off the road for lunch at one of rest stops and recreation areas along Route 50. cottonwood tree, enjoying the exhilarating view of IIrsely vegetated, red-brown rocky mountain slopes waited for more rafters. Before we left the river for least two more groups go by, plus two kayakists. raft trip too. Getting a competent guide is not a SeVeral at this 7,600-foot high town. As part of our 17-mile guided raft trip on the Gunnison River played at Tanner. Don Reaser collected a home run and a triple and scored four runs for the Reds. Jeff Greenlief was the winner for the Reds while Randy Frymier took the loss for the Braves. Malcolm Allison hit a home run for the Braves. marred by several walks. The winning pitcher was Mark Allison for the Braves and the losing pitcher was Bumgardner for the Reds. Deron Law and Bruce Fitzwater scored four runs each and Fitzwater also collected a home run for Tanner. Undefeated team tops Monkey League Team No. 2 is the current leader of the Monkey Bowling League. Members of the team are Ellenora Horner with an average of 129, Shelby Facemire with an average of 135, Darrell Hornet with an average of 137 and Ronald Gregory with an average of 148. Team No. 4 is in second place. Team members are Colleen Collins with an average of 145, E. Kirkpatrick with an average of 166, Bantz Collins with an average of 169 and Junior Boggs with an average of 162. Statistical leaders are as follows: Men Women High Average High Average Lynn Marks - 178 Elsie Kirkpatrick - 166 Bantz Collins - 169 Rata Kight - 158 Junior Boggs - 162 Colleen Collins - 145 High Game High Game Junior Boggs - 210 Reta Kight - 189 Lynn Marks - 205 Elsie Kirkpatrick - 182 Marly Logan - 200 Katie Waggoner - 164 High Game Handicap High Game Handicap Junior Boggs - 211 Katie & Sherry -- 200 Ronald Gregory - 210 Reta Kight - 198 Lynn Marks - 205 Ellenora Homer - 192 High Series High Series Lynn Marks - 551 Elsie Kirkpatrick - 522 Marly Logan - 539 Reta Kight - 501 Junior Boggs - 536 Colleen Collins - 450 High Series Handicap High Series Handicap Lynn Marks - 551 Elsie Kirkpatrick - 534 Marly & Junior - 539 Reta Kight - 528 Bantz & Melvin - 530 Colleen & Carmen - 513 July 8 - July 9 - July 10 - July 13 - July Boy's Baseball Schedule Sand Fork at Glenville Troy at Tanner Glenville at Tanner Normantown at Sand Fork Troy at Normantown Tanner at Sand Fork July 15 - Tanner at Glenville July 29 - Sand Fork at Normantown July 30 - July 20- July 22 - July 23 - July 27 - Troy at Sand Fork Glenville at Normantown Tanner at Normantown Troy at Glenville Sand Fork at Glenville Tanner at Troy Sand Fork at Tanner Normantown at Troy i State police need The GlenvDle Democrst/Patb#;nder QUITE A CATCH--Glenn Stump, of Glenvllle, proudly displays this largemouth bass he caught last week in Leading Creek. 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THE TOWNE BOOKSTORE New selection of jewelry for guys tooll The Titans are cogll Book #5 of the Bicentennial Series Mon. - Fri.: 9-7; Sat.: 9-5; Sun: 10-12:30 Main St. GLENVILLE  Purina Farmers () Chows Friend We carry a complete line of Purina Chows Er Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts Et Supplements. Custom Mixed Feeds DAWSON TACK Et SUPPLY Glenville, WV butfor e - . . cost for two is a reasonable $35. Our trip was  CHmlS! lrmHe; -  :*+ a shloPatt-anUSdist; aa rid%fi.c hn:' tnitp te% awn daitr' ----he"Dep: r tm'e'nt f'Piblil Safety is i | he southern edge of the beautiful Gunnison National in the process of recruiting chemists n . , ! a motel resort near town. We chose the trip because for enlistment as troopers and -- I chance to fish for those fabled western trout, assigned to the Criminal Identification II    ! ' ' (  , " ! ou.,uncn .e o o. rf. w.o to +p. ueo em,.   eto i we immediately rode into white-cap water. Treesand WestVir, ginia, at the regular beginning ' I -),;' -- "de alongtheshore,"Davesaid,"ortotheeddiesink flashed bY as Dave' ur river guide' expertly Troopers salary. Such interested , n " i := tween the bigger rocks in the rapids. At the first bend persons must have a minimum of a | I Dave for instructions. "How can you fish this water? I Bachelor of Science Degree in Our spinning outfits ready to go. Chemistry Biology, or a related field. The applicant must be a resident of  Yet n ']: trSer ' wW: see h f::t tt t oh3 d d r :sh Okrep tlln; a c A t  8tYe a ws t 0V) rg n a be twe en the ages of 18 lersnaggedabutallweculddwascha,lk,, upne ..... I Mustall! +' ii i I tarehere?"Iasked. Rainbowsandbrowns. With I ONETOsUITEVRBOD'sNEED . ,, i i,r00i00 Led brown dancing over the white water to,my net, I | Holly Park Windsor Norris lng a fast-water technique. ' Are they big? ' I asked. ' .Freedom. 1 1 id. He sensed my surprise. The last time I had fished DoeblWade Homes t Several 3-lb. cutthroat from a similar stream. 'The -  :  - -..--__ . any more," Dave explained. "that they have to stock it ILI-. . " ..... ."- night be a few native trout left, but they're hard to   'ca s most famous trout streams, the Roaring Fork. As :news took the steam out of our fishing and we then | II:LK" AP ,l Comet Bobc I i to enjoying the fast water ride and photographing the e r.aised onl+ two fish, caught none, but thoroughly BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP I at I torte|ca we shall never forget. | OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK Stel River through Redstone and Carbondale, and we I SUNDAY 1-5 i Whnle Gas Gets Hngher | ,rs plied these rivers too where it seems like only 1.,.,.;;';;;.';; ,,, avid fly fisherman and a handful of the more daring IVIUDIL g-I)ViL3, l]lk.,. -- I 1 to'Un=Srit(,nkg dth:=StPh%rtroaWdelsaaieWnUt?Sru%ndtrrrUaCftk: 'l PPffl'689  Small Cars Get Larger Dmcount r Somewhere The West is stiU vast s beauUful , T__.a tton |:.its At it has changed, and will change even more in the | [ Oppsite ma*:" C"t' Armr' In + rw+'d da""W"'G.ssa WV 1 . GLENVILLE FORD [ i - I EET PINE MANOR GROCERY GLENVILL[ I We have nn stock an oversupply of small cars I ID-SEASON SALE . 1 that will be sold before new car showing. I I + LL FISHING TAcKLE . 1 l woUSed'car supply is very IOW.w, nn pay hnghest : for I 'entire month of July, or untnl prices m are.sold out. . . , i SaVings .on every ntem aT j good..used cars until this condution us corrected. 1 tackle in stock. I be. slashed as much as 50% JIP: S ., . +mmm"r GLENVILLE FORD SALE not sane priced, ask us to ": :" 1 You a sale price. to. make room for fall ' Jia I Lewis Streets _1 =r use. n as or refunds. Gloawillo WV 26351 l e no excha g PS0a0 462-7336 I HHaaniiDmnaaiDiHDNDnDmulammieHJ ii