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Glenville, West Virginia
August 8, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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August 8, 1975

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ii i:i ~: 4 i The Glenville Democrat/Pathtinder August 7, 1975 Cheering camp at GSC Three cheerleaders from American Cheerleader Association conduct week-long training camp at GSC campus. Training consisted of new routines, formations, starts, iumps, and endings. Students resided in Plckens Hall. IIIIIII IIII II Dr. John C. Westfall Announces the opening of his practice at the Gilmer County Medical Center By Appointment III II III IIII III IIIHII IIII I Hill I IIIIIIIIIII Boys kill rattler at Cedar Creek lee Brannon and Ray Hargraves came upon a rattlesnake while groundhog hunting above Brannon's home on Cedar Creek last week. Startled. the lads unleashed a volley of shots, eliminating any hope for a trophy. lee, who almost stepped on the snake, fired and hit five times with a .22 caliber rifle. Ray fired a .222 and scored a hit. finishing off the reptile with one blast from a 14-guage shotgun. Still. the boys managed to display the snake in Glenville later in the morning, showing off the tail end with its seven rattles and one button. There wasn't much loft of the head. J liberty-five grid hopefuls turned out for Gihner workout in 90-degree heat. The workout began at 5:30 I II [ HIll I II Dr. Donald S. Pritt (Foot Specialist) It's a wonder there's snake left for a photo after Joe Brannon and Ray Hargraves finished with it. Announces the opening of his office for practke of podiatry III I ~[ By Appointment I st Floor 1309 Market St., Parkersburg WV Free Parking in the rear (304) 428-0000 II IIII II I I The 51st Annual State Fair of West Virginia will open August 15 and continue through August 23. Kicking off "The Bigger and Better" 1975 Exposition will be the opening of the championship horse shows in the Blue Grass Bowl at 9 a.m. The Friday and Saturday shows will include the hunter and }umper classes. The 4-H t2 O8 AUG*75 Form 30 ~ IIgNI,m, Complete line of Clothing for all Aath~rized CATALOG SALES MERCHANT --~ OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL MAIN ST. GLENVILLE 462-7939 462-8483 and FFA show is Sunday at 8:30 a.m. The saddle, walking and roadster divisions are listed Monday thru Wednesday: western classes, Thurs- day: AQHA Youth Activity Show, Friday and registered quarter horse classes, Saturday. Evening perfor- mances begin at 6 p.m. The Ken Penn Amusement Midway will open at 2 p.m. with 10 acres of rides and shows. Grandstand enter- tainment begins Saturday with Buck Owens and the Buckaroos giving two shows, 7 and 9 p.m. followed by a sp~ectacular fireworks display created and produced by Joseph DeRitis of New York. These will be featured following each grandstand performance. Free parking for more than 20,000 cars will be provided on the perking field ad|oining the Fairgrounds and perking will be provided on the main grounds for as many cars as possible. Sunday's grandstand entertain- ment features the Loretta Lynn Show with the Coal Miners. Show time is 2:30 and 7 p.m. Guest bands from over the state will appear each day Monday thru Saturday presenting two concerts daily. Monday's band will be from Peterstown High School, Mrs. Kathy Morgan, director. Judging of the junior Scrap it, or trade it (or sell it as an antique) and buy the new car you need with the help of a low-cost Bank Auto Loan. Glenville, w.Va. L~John Fox, GCHS quarterback. dairy show and Monday flower showWest Vir$~ will be held with exhibits in allcattle. Che,a departments open to the public. The p.m. and hsr~.~ be held. pony pulling contest will be in front the grandstand at 2 p.m. with free admission. The evening grandstand show will feature the Porter Wagoner Show with Speck Rhodes and the Wagon Masters at 8 p.m. Monday, Ladies' Day, will be free outside gate admission to all ladies until 6 p.m. Tuesday has the East Bank Junior High School Band, Jim Anderson, director. Judging of the market lambs. 8:30 a.m.. Aberdeen Angus, Ayrshire cattle and rabbits, ~, exhibits in the g] SpurrloWS Farmer s welcome Tom P. judging Beef Sho~:, "Mr. SeX, grandstavd SpurrloWS will be KingwOOd direction continues s cattle, the draft contest I0 a.m, be the Moore, 1r Trophy- and blue Other activities Parade [ Miss Virginia serve as while the show at classes School the be the classes Junior the band is Donald ScruggS will ment. and make without