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August 22, 1975

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t! I 4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder August 21. 1975 pener The Gilmer County Titans, preparing for their August 29 grid opener against Calhoun County H.S.. began contact drills last week. Several additional prospects have turned out for practice, according to Coach Clyde Stepp, bringing the total roster to approximately 42 players. The following students are candi- dates for the Titan freshman football team: Jerry DueUey. John Woodyard. Brad McPherson, Ed McCullough, Grog Adolfson. Bill Johnson. Dave Johnson. David Cottrill. Ricky King. Mose Chadwell, Jeff Furr. Jeff Gower. Brent Brady, Pat Minney. Bob Kirkpatrick. Danny Smith. James Jordan, ,rod Dink |olios. Many of these players performed last seaon with one of four county elementary school teams. Coach Stepp has scheduled a series of games for his fresh team this season. In addition to the returning lettermen, Coach Stepp also is working with eight upperclassmen who are expected to play a strong role with the Titans this season: they are: Randy Kirchburger. David Skinner, Eric Williams. Willard Wright, David Sharps. Phil Stalnaker. Glen Hess and Lynn Cottrill. Kirchburger and Hess are juniors, the others are sophomore. Training sessions for upperclass- men and freshman began August 8 on a two-a-day basis and will continue to August 27 with classroom sessions in between. The home opener is against Walton on September 12. Assisting Coach Stepp are Larry Barton and Dave Barnes. w: = Seddles Bridles Reins DAWSON Tack & Supply All Horse Care Products Available. At Dawson Farm - 462-7119 Horse Blanket Halter Horse Shoes it t! t I TOM'S GUNS and BOW SHOP SPECIALS Remington 700 BDL; 22-250, Used, Was $159 -- NOW $125. Ithaca LSA-55 Rifle: .222, New, Was $240 -- NOW $159. REDUCED PRICES NOW on Bear Archery Equipment; Guns NEW ITENIS IN STOCK Now Include: Tasco Scopes; Variables, Fixed Et Wideview Muzzle Loading Kits; Kentucky Rifles, Pistols Et Derringers I, Reloading Powders; Primers ~t Sierra Bullets. Located on Rt. 5 (Sand Fork Rd.) Gler~ille II IIIII I I ~%~%~~~%~%~%%%%~%~%,~%%%%~%%~%~~%`~%~`%%~%~%%%%~.~ .. %-...,. ........... .... o DY'S MOBILE Rt. 33-119 - 4 miles west of Weston A Complete Selection of Quality Built Homes 12-wides 14-wides double wides and modular on display Each home fully displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience Free Washer and Dryer w~ith Purchase of New Mobile Home, Until August 31, 1975. Open Weekdays 8:00 - 7:30 Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association ~:::..::::~:::~:~2::::~:~::::::::~.::~:::::.:~:..~::/::::~:..~:~::::.~::::::::::::~:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~:::::..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~:~:::::: / Reserve Titan quarterback manages to get off a pass before onrushing lineman close in. Swift pass rush results in interception by eseroll scores with Benoit series Stan Meseroll. Executive Editor of Gilmer Graphics. Inc.. Glenvilte. has been selected as a runner-up in the Outdoor Writer Division of the 1975 Gladding Fishing Tall Tales Contest. Meseroll's entry in the contest was the series of his "Sports in the Field" columns relating the fictitious adven- tures of Benoit. the Canadian bush-country backwoodsman, as he attempted to catch a musky in the Little Kanawha River using "Gus," an Everglades alligator, in place of a rod and reel. The stories appeared in thfs newspaper last year. The local newspaperman is also Regional Reporter, covering West Virginia, for "'Outdoor Life" magazine and a frequent free lance contributor to national and regional outdoor sport magazines. His latest article, "'Simpli- fied Dutch Oven Cooking." appeared in the July issue of "Southern Outdoors" magazine. The writing contest was sponsored by the Gladding International Sport Fishing Museum, Inc., South Otselic N.J. G/Inner nathre Golf Tournament August 9-10 at Madison on Riverview Country Club's COUrSe. The 6,140-yeard course has three par 5 holes and is a par 72 course for the ladies, according to Mrs. Currey, who won a trophy and portable television set. Mrs. Currey ~aid about 50 women participated in the tournament, much of which was played in heavy rain. She represented the Worthington Womens Golf Assocation in the tournament. She is also a member of the Par Mar Pines Ladies Association of Parkersburg. She retired from teaching in 1973. a.fter 36 years. (WVIAC} Rotary approachJ~ son. ."~he the Conrad Delmer K. dent. West season noon and according Dart E. Shooting sunset each Winner of the contest was ~n golf tourney WVlAC commissioner t limit is l2 per , Cantner sat Kenneth Peterson, outdoor editor ofMariel Currey, a retired Wood. lMisk lit Iloturv im))tjL plugged~nd~ the Flint. Michigan Journal. Top prize County school teacher and former' .~r'wW , ,: ~ . "It i ,r-- --~l three s aer was a lO-day trout fishing trip to resident of Gilmer County, took'low ~' ; :/vfike~l~le~Jhughlin of, Parkersburg migrator! Ireland. Meseroll won a South Bend Classic 930 freshwater spinning reel gross honors in her flight while commissioner of :tLie West VirginiaDove for his entr~. ;cbmpet~ ~n th? Heck's Ladies Open Intereolle~te Athletic Conference year ~ ':~: " ~':~:'.,., ' '* ~, ~ * " May, . Super One Coat Wonder Flow '74 Wonder Glow [ 1000 Gallon Steel S oo 750 Gallon Steel $, (SO LB. 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