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!: all TS in th ..0oR lip 0 ",. 1 cooking photo session, the week-early opening of t~l a "IV show may sound like three unrelated events, but cannon and the rat-a-tat-tat of machine gun fire-all of the more bizarre outdoor weekends I've run into stint was to be part of an overnight camping trip at Wildlife Station near Point Pleasant. "'We'll pitch the tent the campground," l explained to my wife. "'then spend cooking over wood coals (I need photos for an article I'm I'll take Amy over to the dove fields and see if she'll Naturally I expected to hit at lease one, Saturday. it rained. That morning I paced the floor we go or not? I took Amy. my German Shorthair s walk and before I went 50 feet from the door the drizzle We canceled our plans. 1 Lm., the billowy gray clouds appeared to be breaking up. "'l Over to McClintic anyway." I informed Lois. I had that "itch" to get out. If you're a hunter or fisherman, you know DOve shooting is'nt legal until noon, and since it's a two hour I dove fields at McClintic I figured I could get into about four near noon. With bird hunting season only a month away. I and myself, in shape. County were damp; in Jackson County, wet only in County, dry as a new towel. The rain had somehow Valley. The sun was out-camping weather supreme. But were back home. an a back-road search for the dove fields I knew had earlier this year. Amy seemed to sense where we and every time I stopped she was as eager to leap out of the waiting to get into a movie theater. Finally, after a half hour corn. I parked, opened the door. and Amy hit the pocketed a box of shells and together we went into the We circled one uncut cornfield: the only birds and sparrows and no more than a dozen of those. If here. I thought, they're roosting in the pines. Way toward a grove of trees, but before we went 30 feet roar of an Army cannon nearly knocked me to the to a halt, looked back at me almost with panic in her off as if she'd been stung by a super-bee. I called her back. returned the tat-tat-tat of a machine gun {30 or 50 from the direction of the pine trees, sent her off on the me 10 _mutes to calm the poor dog down. Guard, I discovered, was holding maneuvers on. of all and fishing area, a wildlife station, and during the dove shooting season. No wonder the doves weren't and by the Wildlife Station staff to provide they might enjoy this wingshooting sport went cannon fire. Other shooters who had come there went home and empty-handed, too. About all I salvaged from the trip a chance to have Amy locate a covey of quaff which fair considering her handicap. ational Guard wasn't the only cause of the scarcity had decided to open the dove season at McClintic a Not in my book. They shot up in the flock, not only but also sending those they missed to neighboring the season for those who abide by the law. In anti-hunting sentiment, it is hunters such as those who to what could eventually mean the ban of the very , the way home. It was the continuation of another n ine, an angry reaction to a blatant piece of unwarranted on national television that I had viewed the night of Autumn." and aired on CBS-TV (owners of Field & the show, managed to give the audicence of millions a aspects of hunting they could Fred. implying that all needless, non-sporting slaughter of innocent animal life. and implications of the show that made full well how much money and effort is being put into and other very active {even in West Virginia}, anti-hunting to such adverse publicity. But rather, it's that and unsporting acts such as that displayed by the are providing the fuel for the anti-hunting fire. true sportsmen in the field, that now medium-size become a blazing bonfire. the legal limit of squirrels, firing from a duckblind time, potting a sitting grouse, taking any game out of Like small infractions of the law, like driving 30 mph in :Put together with spotlighting of deer. shooting does in a and running turkeys with a dog, they all add up to more AUtumn, other anti-htmting television shows, articles in n gazines, and worst of all, an action in the legislative laws are made. become sportsman instead of trophy-at-any-cost shown on CBS-TV. and unless true sportsmen stop illegal hunters continue to flaunt the law. the sport of row to hoe in the years ahead. Iknt Hem CommanOt l.d Sept 27th - 5:30 '1.00 l)bmen '2.50 M-ePhersen picks up four yards for Titans in second quarter. Center of field became muddy morass after one period of play. The Gilmer County Titans battled the Walton Tigers to a standoff on the ground in the opening minutes of their contest last Friday during a relentless drizzle, but the Tigers opened up a devastating aerial game and crushed the locals, 22-0. in a Little ganawha Conference game. Gffmer could manged only 76 yards total offense compared to Waltons' 241 yard passing and rushing. Tiger quarterback Mark Swiger threw-only five times but completed four for an amazing 110 yards. His major target was sophomore left McCroskey. who nabbed two for 91 yards. The Tigers. who suffered to straight setbacks this season, snapped a nine-game losing streak dating back to last year. Their lone victory came at the hands of Gilmer last year. Gffmer is now 1-2 and entertains a strong Doddridge team Friday at 1;15 p.m. After both squads trampled the soggy turf to death in the first period without threatening, the Tigers scored mid-way through the second quarter on a 16-yard pass from Swiger to tight end Tim Nida. Shortly afterwards. Gilmer quart- erback John Fox left the game with an injured arm. The Titans initiated a drive in the third period from their own 35 to Walton's 35 where they failed to pick up a crucial first down. Walton moved against the Titans / once again as Swiger hit McCroskey afor a long gainer to the Gilmer 30 and. with 10 minutes left in the game, scored on a short dive. Walton's final tally was set up when Gilmer coughed up its fifth fumble of the game. With the ball resting on the Tiger 31, Swiger went to the air and found McCroskey open over the middle. The sophomore speedster rambled 65 yards before being caught from behind at the Titan 5. Four plays later. McCroskey bulled over from the two for the touchdown. Walton added two conversion points on a Swiger pass for the final score. With reserve quarterback Keith Morrow at the helm the Titans put together one final drive, aided by several penalties against the Tigers, who managed to lose 140 total yards due to miscues. But Tiger defenders held the Titans at their own 33 and then broke through to sack Morrow twice before the final gun sounded. "We just didn't play good football." Gilmer coach Clyde Stepp said after the loss. "Walton inst put it to us. They played a fine game." Walton coach Ed McCall, thrilled with the victory, praised his under manned squad. "'lust call us the Dirty Dozen plus three," he remarked. "I only have 15 boys left now. but they're all Approximately 300 persons turned out forthe second horse show sponsored by the Gilmer Couny Trailriders at Roberts Riding Stables on Sunday. September 7. fudge for the day's events was Nancy Thomas, Ringmaster was Darla Roberts from Williamstown. The announcer was Leonard Hardway from Palestine. and the electric timer was operated by Sonny Harper from Ripley. Results of the show follow: Pet Ponies (riders 12 and under, ponies 48 inches end under) - Teresa Rutherford from Stouts Mills on Star, 1st; Lanny Carr from Wilsie on Prince; Mark Grose from Parkersburg on Prince; and Christine Minney from Cedarville on Ben. Pleasure Ponies (rider 14 and under, ponies 54 inches and udner) -- Norms Mace from Grantsvitle on April, 1st; Teresa Kinder from Millstone on Ribbon; Steve Hooey from Grantsville on Brownie; Cheryl Moss from Tanner on Golden Lady; Christine Minney from Cedarvilla On Beauty. Western Pleasure [horses) - Bill Cox from Glenville on Dolly, 1st; George Jones from Sophia On Scamp- Janet Isenhart from Cedarvitle on Bill-D-Bar; Shells Minney from Cedarville on Chadie; Sherry Cox from Believille on Dancer's Image. ,~ Pony Pole Bending - Ken Duckworth from Gassaway on Babe, 1st; Mickey Kinder from Mitkltone on Ribbon; Larry Jones from Sophia On Lucky; Steve Hosey from Grantsville on Brownie. Walking Horses (English Tack). Troy Barton, from Glenville on My-Go-Boy's Charm, tst; Shelia Minney from Cedarville on Silver Sunshine, 2nd; Cheryie Barton, of Glenvilie on Funny Face Mac, 3rd. Barrel Race (Horses) -- Henry Stewart from Gassaway on Sunnys Misfit, 1st; Mike Boggs, of Glenville on Brandy, 2nd; Ike Morris from Glenville on Kingpin, 3rd; Steve Duckwo~h of Gassaway On Mister Ed, 4th; Dennis Gillespie from Burnsville on Delta, 5th, Racking Class (Slow El, Fast Rack) - Bob Goodrich from Normantown on Hank, 1st; Danny Self from Stouts Mills on Rebel, 2nd; Della Goodrich from Normantown on Serge, 3rd; Linda Goodrich of Normantwon on Toby, 4th; Vic Goodrich from Normantown on Dazzle, 5th. Roadster Ponies - Warner Short from Wolf Summit on Clovedead Nipper, Ist; Bill Myers, from Buckhannon on The Widow Commander, 2nd; Stanley Powell from Shinnston on HOb NOb top Brass, 3rd; George Dennlson from Grafton on Sam George, 4th; Ann Lowther from Buckhan- non On Lis Villa Banner, 5th, Jerry Criss of Grafton On Shadock, 6th. Flag Race (Horses) - Henry Stewart from Gassaway on Sunny's Misfit, 1st; Jr. Puiliam from Copen on Conky, 2nd; John Godfrey from Copen on Guerilla Sunrise, 3rd Dennis Giliespie from Burnsville on Delta, 4th; Todd Ouckworth from Gassaway on Doubledare, 5th; English Pleasure [Am. Saddle Horse English Tack Et Attire). Shells Minney from Cedarville on Rowdy, lst; Irene CIowser from Cedarville on Beauty, 2nd; Cindy Rutherford from Stouts Mills on Captain, 3rd; Rolanna Cobedy of Glenville On Katy, 4th; Troy Barton from Gienvilie on In Motion, 5th. Pony Barrel Race - Ken Duckworth of Gassaway On Babe, 1st; Doug Morris from Gienville On Honey Bun, 2rid; Ricky Kinder s, Remington or Super-X GL|NVlLLi ONE TO SUIT EVERYBODY'S NEED Holly Park Windsor Norris Freedom Double-Wide Honms ngle Shot, Shotguns, 12, 20, 410 Guage, Sale Price Rifles on Sale Now. in Arriving in see the new Jennings a Bow, and it's priced right. Reg. Price $49.95, Sale Price $37.95, 45 or 50 BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY 1-5 BELKNAP MOBILE HOMES. INC. RI. 4 lust off 1-79 Take (,assat~ ay-Sutton Exits "l'o~ard Gassawav (' ssa ay WV ()pposile Braston County Armory IIIIII September IB, 1975 "1 h,. from Millstone on RibborL 3rd; Mark Grose from Parkersburg on Prince, 4th; Lanny Cart from Wilsic on Prince, 5th, Ladles Pleasure i25 years over Walk Pleasure) Janet Isenhart from Cedarville on Bdl D Bar, 1st; Glenda Martz from Glenville m Scanq), 2nd; Carol Hosey from Grantsvdle o~ Ginger, 3rd; Ann Isehnart from Glenville on Antigone, 4th; Della Goodrich from Normantown on Sarge, 5th. Ring Spear (Horses) Dennis Gillespie from Burnsville on King. 1st; Mike Boggs of Gtenville on Brandy, 2rid; Junior Pulllam of Copen on Lady, 3rd; Henry Stewart from Gassaway on Sunny's Misfit, 4th; Junior Pulllam from Copen on Conkey, 5th. Three Gaited (Horsest English Tack -- Cheryle Barton from Glenville on Gidget, 1st; Cindy Rutherford from Stouts Mills on Captain, 2rid; Troy Barton from Glenville on In Motion, 3rd; Karen Bollinger from Gassaway on Black Beauty, 4th; Irene Clowser from Cedarville on Beauty, 5th. Pony Musical Chairs - Larry Jones, from Sophia on Lucky, 1st; Ricky Kinder from Millstone on Ribbon 2nd; Steve Hosey from Grantsville on Brownie, 3rd; Ken Duckworth from Gassaway on Babe 4th; Lanny Carr from Wilsie on Prince, 5th. Pole Bending [Horses) -- Ike Morris from Glenville on Kingpin, 1st; Henry Stewart from Gassaway on Sunny's Misfit, 2nd; Mike Boggs from Glenville on Brandy, 3rd; Ernie Jarvis from Exchange on Vandy's Nugget, 4th; Junior Pulliam from Copen on Conky 5lb. Apple Bob (Ponies) - Mickey Kinder from Millstone on Ribbon 1st; Larry Jones from Sophia on Lucky 2nd; Lanny Carr from Wilsie on Prince, 3rd; Bill Mace from Grantsville on April, 4th; Steve Hosey from Grantsville on Brownie 5th. Dash for Cash (Horses) Pay Back 50%, 30% 20%. Steve Duckworth from Gassaway on Mister Ed, 1st; Henry Stewart from Gassaway on Sunny's Misfit, 2nd; Todd Duckworth of Gassaway on Double- dare, 3rd; Western Pleasure (horses) -- Bill Cox from Glenville on Dolly 1st; George Jones from Sophia on Scamp 2nd; Janet Isenhart from Cedarville on Bill-D-Bar 3rd; Shetla Minney from CedarviUe on Charley, 4th; Sherry Cox from Belleville on Dancer's Image, 5th. ,hmvilh' I)emr,:ral/Pathfinder 5 Pony Pole Bending - Ken Duckworth from Gassaway on Babe, 1st; Mickey Kinder from Millstone on Ribbon 2nd; Larry Jones from Sophia on Lucky 3rd; Steve Hosey from Grantsville on Brownie, 4th. Pet Ponies (Rider 12 ~ under, Pony 48"' under) Teresa Rutherford from Stouts Mills on Star. 1st; Lanny Carr from Wilsie on Prince 2nd; Mark Grose from Parke~g on Prince 3rd; Christine Minney ~yrom Cedarville on Ben, 4th. Pleasure Ponies - Rider 14 El' under Pony 54" Et under) -- Norms Mace from Grantsville on April 1st; Teresa Kinder from Millstone on Ribbon 2nd; Steve Hosey from Grantsville on Brownie 3rd; Cheryl Moss from Tanner on Golden Lady, 4th; Christine Minney from Cedarville on Beauty, 5th. 10b bkaslre appoiatd GSC base g coach Dr. Robert Dollgener. Director of Glenville State College. announced the appointment of Belcastro to the position of baseball coach, replacing Summers. Belcastro is a Fairmont native coached baseball and soccer Milford Senior High School in Milford Delaware. for 2 years. He has been Instructor in Educatiou and tion Studies at Glenville State for the past two years. Coach Belcastro said. "I pleased and happy to be head baseball coach at Glenville College. l enioyed working with team this past year as an assistant, They were a fine group of youn men. feel we have a young team and should improve with experience." Copies of each week's Glenville are available at Community Super Summers Pharmacy, The Grill, Motel, GSC Bookstore, Gilmer Graphics, Inc. DAWSON Tack & Supply Saddles Horse Blanket Bridles ALl Horse Care Products Available. Halter eins At Dawson Farm - 462-7119 HorseShoes Saturday - September 20 - I:00 P.M .... At the Residence of Kenny Moneypenny Walkersviile, Lewis County. 18 Mile South of Weston 2-16 Gauge Model 12 Winchester, 7 MM. Mauser Rifle, Sweet 16 Guage Automatic Browning, 22 Single Shot Winchester, Gravely Tractor w/30" Mower, Sulky, Front Push Cultivator. Push Cultivator, B' Pickup Cattle Rack, Skill Saw, 150 Homelite Chain Saw, B a D Drill, 40' Extension Alummlnum Ladder. 6" Step Ladder, Wall Plmne, Old Buffet W/Mtrrer Square Oak Table, Square Glass China Cabinet, Split Bottom Chairs, Antique Cream Separator, Antique Swords, Dasher Churn, Corn Sheller, Grain Cradle, Bayonette, Asst. Self Sealers, Ruby Glass, Green Glass, Whitehouse Vinegar Cruet, 3-Store Showases - 1 Round Glsn - Squar Glas, Large Collection Lead Pennies. Many other item too numerous to mention. ( NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS TERMS: CASH AUCTIONEER: COL. JOE KING ALL TROPHY HORSE SHOW DAWSON FARMS GLENVILLE W.VA. SEPTEMBER 21, 1975 P.M. 1. Lead Una ................... Log Cabin Exxon, Ronald Kuhl 2. Pet Ponies .................. Copen Coal Co., H.S. Furr "3. Horse Pole Bending .......... The Scoreboard, Mark Reger, Joe Putman 4. Pony Pole Bending ........... Cedarville Grocery, Jack Nell 5. Men's Western Pleasure ...... P-E Construction Co., Tinker Isenhart *6. Flag Race ................... Dun-Rite Crafts, Clark Coberly 7. English Pleasure ............. Chesterfield Corp., Stan Pickens *8. Horse Barrel Race ............ Bob Fox's Welding Service 9. Pony Barrel Race ............ Consoldiated Gas Co. 10. Ladies Barrel Race ........... Dawson Tack Et Supply "11. Pony Express ................ Rastle Auto Parts, Leon Rastle 12. Open Pleasure ............... Horse Trailer 6" Van Specialists Sue's Dairette, Claude Campbell "13. Pick Up Race ................ Appalachian Concrete Et Supply "14. Catalog Race ................ Gilmer Graphics, Inc. 15. 3-Gaited Horses ............. Joe's Yu-Go-lnn, Joe Terry Putnam 16. Pony Boot Race ............. Glenville Ford Sales, Jack Cha an 17. Ladies Western Pleasure ...... Foster's Carpet Center, Darrel Foster *18. Straight Barrel Race .......... Leon's Tire Mechanic Service Leon Starkey "19. Horse Stake Race ............ Swishers Feed Et Supply, Wilbur Swisher 20. Pony Stake Race ............ Stalnaker's Repair Shop, Auburn, WV Charles Stalnaker "21. Dash for Cash ............... Kanawhe Union Bank GATE DONATION $2.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE ENTRY FEE $2.00 EXCEPT CLASSES #3, #8, WHICH ARE $3.00 #13 WHICH IS $4.00, #2 WHICH IS $5.00 PAYBACK ON CLASSES #3, #8, #21, is 1st. 40%, 2nd. 25%, 3rd, 10%. "HIGHPOINT TROPHY PLUS $25.00 FOR HIGH POINT HORSE RIDER PONIES CANNOT CROSS REGISTER. PONIES MUST BE 54" UNDER COGGINS TEST REQUIRED Illillllillllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIlllll