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i ( The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder October 2. 1975 T < Jerome Fruit and Donnie Stout[34], GSC defenders and co-captains, collar Salem's Jack Deloplaine on this occassion. But the Tiger running back scored what proved to be the winning touchdown moments later. I FARM SALE ~4 The following property will be offered for sale m Public'Auction on Saturday, October 25, 1975 at 1,~0 PM.at the residence of the late Berldey Flasher. :, Thr~ m:ljolning tr~ of surface land situated thr~ miles north of Troy, and 1~ i miles off Rt. 18, Troy-West Union Road on the ~mters of Little Cove, known as the Borkley Fleshm Farm. One tract consisting of 166.15 acres with two story frame house with free gas, good cut storm celler and other barns and outbuildings. One tract consisting of 106.60 acres. Excellent building location. One tract consisting of .89 acres which has d~dling ~ich would make an ideal hunting camp or summer cottag~ ; :Each tract will be sold separately then entire property sold togathe. Will sell the i" Way it brings moet mormy. Terms of sale is cash. $1,000.00 down day of sale, balance to i of clear deed. . Reason for selling: Owner deceased and to settle estat~ be paid upon receipt Box M OF THE ESTATE OF HB.FLESHER Troy, WV 26443. Telephone: 46241353 Salem's Jack Deloplaine. held to Salem struck a third time, just over 50 yards rushing for three intercepting a Rusty Smith pass and quarters of play by an unyielding moving quickly on short passes to Glenville State defense, finally broke Glenville's 6-yard line. But again the loose on a perfectly executed pitch-out Pioneer defense stiffened, forcing and streaked 48 yards for what proved Brochetti to kick a 23-yard field goal to be the winning score as Salem edged seconds before the end of the half to GSC last Saturday. 18-16 at Rohrbough make it 12-O. Field. The defensive unit led a spirited GSC nearly pulled off the first assault against Salem in the third miracle of the season moments later, period and GSC began to intimidate surging back with the aid of 30 penalty their opponent. yards as quarterback Tom Cowan Salem's Wright made two costly tossed a nine-yard touchdown pass to errors: a personal foul call moved slotback Steve Chandler. And. with Salem back to their 15 and a faulty nearly six minutes remaining. Cowan pitchout to Deloplaine resulted in a led another Pioneer threat with fumble, recovered at the one-yard line pinpoint passing on a 55-yard drive by Pioneer defensive end Tim before Salem defender Hal Druskin McCartney. Cowan sneaked over on intercepted a long heave meant for the first play and Caste converted to Chandler at the Salem one-yard line. make it 12-7 at 8:14 in the third period. That interception killed GSCs last Brilliant third down defensive opportunity to upset the top-ranked plays by Hudson, Ted Williams. Mike {4-0} Salem strongmen who. prior to Reed and Willie Marshall forced Salem Saturday's game. led the WVIAC in to kick twice in succession, again total offense and defense, backing GSC up against their own goal Glenville's running offense was line. This gave Salem good field again held in check, but the defense position at the outset of the fourth played magnificently, setting up one period when Deloplaine cut loose on score and a safety, and allowing Salem his long scoring run and Salem led only 222 total offensive yards. Salem 18-7. had been averaging 372 yards per The Pioneers mounted what contest, led by the powerful running proved to be their only scoring drive duo, Deloplaine and fullback Rick seconds later. Cowan rolled out from Markonlch. the GSC 23 and hit Chandler for a first Markonich. who had been averag- down. Two successive 15-yard ing 140 yards per game, was limited to penalties called against Salem moved 16 yards on four carries. Deloplaine. the ball to Salem's 33-yard line. From however, gained 128 yards on 27 there, Cowan tossed a bullet to carries, including the long scoring Campbell slantingoverthemiddleand, scamper, with plenty of time. the soph Salem began by testing the signal-caller passed to Chandler in the staunch GSC interior without any end zone to trim Salem's lead to 18-14 success. They did mount one drive with 9:55 remaining. early in the first period, covering 60 The fired-up GSC defense then yards, but quarterback Dave Wright corraled Salem runners, forcing a fumbled the ball away to GSC punt. Again. from deep in their own defensive end Mike Reed at the territory, the Pioneers struggled Pioneer 31. upfield, led by Cowan's roll-outs, a Both teams took defensive turns at strike to Brady out of the backfield and throttling each other. Then, from deep a screen pass to Campbell. Druskin's in his own territory GSC punter. Bobby interception, at the one squelched the Caste watched the ball snapped from CSC drive, however. center sail over his head towards the Pioneer defenders then forced a goal line. Shocked. Caste tried to field two-point safety, holding Salem and the ball for a second effort, only to forcing a fourth down punt from the have it blocked and recovered by a end zone. The snapback sailed horde of Salem lineman at the one-yard deliberately past Brochetti for the line. Salem immediately scored to safety and GSC trailed by two points. make it 6.0. But a last-gasp scoring effort by GSC, a Salem threatened again after strike from Cowan to Chandler. was forcing the Pioneers to kick from their intercepted with seconds left by own end zone. But GSC safety Jerome Salem's Jeff Hoover. Fruit deflected what might have been a long scoring toss, diving over the top of NOTES the Salem receiver, and GSC held, limiting Salem to a Mike Brocheiti field goal. Cost For Da_Day_ C1 ass M__a te r i a l.s Notes Mon. EMT (19 weeks) Certification Fee $2 Mon. Arc Welding $50 Mon. Beginning Carpentry $20 Mon. Blueprint Reading and Drafting $12 Mon. Minor Engine Tune Up and TroubleShooting $I0 Mon. Adult Basic Education No Cost Mon. Cashier Training and Window Display $12 Tue. Refresher Typing $12 Tue. Arc Welding $50 Tue. Mig and Tig $50 Tue. Basic Electricity and Small Appliance Repair $I0 Tue. Accounting I $15 Tue. Automotives for Women $I0 Tue. I atterns, Fittings and Alterations $I0 Tue. Begi nni ng Sewi ng $I 0 Wed. Arc Welding $50 Wed. Block and Brick Laying $20 Wed. Minor Engine Tune Up and Trouble Shooting $I0 GENERAL INFORMATION Must purchase book Approx. $5.25 Advanced Classes and Specific Areas to be taught later Preparation for GED Class to be continued second term Advanced classes to be taught later Class to be continued second term Advanced Classes to be taught later All classes start week of October 13. All classes run from 6:30 to 9:30 one night per week. All classes except EMT run 12 weeks. All classes except EMT have all materials and books furnished. Fees are due and payable first class meeting. Fees are not returnable after the second class meeting. All classes contingent upon sufficient enrollment. All classes are on a "first come first served" basis. High school Students may enroll for__No high school credit i Second term of classes will begin January 26. f space is available. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 354-6151 To Register Call or Mail Coupon Immediately To: Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center Rt. 318, Box 42-A Grantsville, WV 26147 |||nn||||ii||||||||||||i||||i|i Troy Elementary School gridders reverse. The last week bounced back from losingthe extra their opening game to blank Burnsville quarterback Jr. H.S. at home. 27-0. The Trojans lost short pass to their first game a week previous to make it 15-O at Cairo Jr. H.S.. 28-6. Halfback Under Coach Bill Jones. the Trojans another (l-l) are the only elementary teamnine yardson fielded this year in the county, final period Fired up after losing their opener to the final an older, more experienced team. the flip from Moors. Trojans took the opening kickoff and In all, Moors marched 70 yards with fullback, who yards. for 75 yards. Fired up after losing their openeer Coach JoneS to an older, more experienced team. the contest. Trojans took the opening kickoff and Allman, center, mared 70 yards with fullback Mike Robbi~ Normaa, I King scoring on a five-yard burst up and the middle. The workhorse fullback, tight end;Carn~,I who picked up 75 yards on 15 carries, King. fb; and also kicked the extra point to make it halfbacks. 7-0. The Trojans In the second period, halfback next contest. Buddy Peggs scored on a nifty 3e-yard swans, brant, or redhead The first segment of West Virginia's split hunting season for ducks, mergansers and coots will open at noon, October 1: close October 18 and reopen December 17 at noon and extend to January 17. according toand a good wildlife resources chief Dan E. ducks. Contner Cantner. weather The Canada goose season will open the at noon. October 1. and extend through December 9. "After opening day," early October Cantner said, "shooting hours for which will these migratory birds will be from Wood duck one-half hour before sunrise to this year sunset." Mourning doves may, and brooding however, be hunted only from noon to abundance sunset through the season, that Gallinule season will be October up. 11 - December 19. The snow goose and Due to the blue goose season is December 17 - openmg January 15. 1976. on a The daffy duck bag limit of four waterfowl can include only two black ducks and waterfowl two wood ducks: the duck possession from limit of eight can only include four area on ducks and four wood ducks. During the hunters will period October 2 - 10, a hunter may the marked take an extra daily limit bag of two areas Octoberl blue-winged teal and possess four. A McClintic. bonus daffy limit of two special scaup Hunters (Bluebill) is permitted statewide, in october 1 addition to the regular duck bag limits. McClintic if The daffy merganser bag limit can waterfowl include only one hooded merganser For mote and the possession limit shall be two. information. There will be no open season on Virginia enjoy better Cowan connected on 11 of 20 for 111 yards and two interceptions. .. A new radar system, imple- Chandler caught four of those for 39 mented by the City of Glenville to to the use yards and CW. Campbell snared four control high-speed traffic within no way to for 29 yards.. Casto kicked nine times city limits, has proven an effective excessive for a 29-yard average... The Pioneers deterrent, according to Mayor son. were penalized seven times for 60 Delbert L. Davidson. Th~ yards... Hometown boys Campbell "Police issued two citations a and McCartneyplayedkeyroles in this day on an average during the to 50 miles contest... Former head coach Bill three week'swe've had the systemThere are Hanlin watched from the stands, in operation," he said. Fines speed limits Defensive back Randy Herren suffered averages $25. The mayor also said city limits, the a shoulder injury... Linebacker IT. that violations have dropped off vary from 15 Petties has been out since the first considerably since word of theschool zone. game with an ankle injury... Salem's radar system has spread, residential s~d Brochetti punted eight times for a "'There was a great deal of 35-45 mph 40-yard average. rib mm BBI~B BIB_B~ II IIII ~Smml ~ LOCATED lS MILES ON THE WESTON-GLENVILLE ROAD. TURN RIGHT AT THE FOOT FOLLOW AUCTION SIGNS 2~ MILES TO WALNUT FORK. MOBllY INTERNATIONAL CUB TRACTOR WITH SIDE MOWER (MOTOR RECENTLY OVERHAULED), CUB TRACTOR - DISC FOR TRACTOR - HAY RAKE WITH TRACTOR HITCH - 2-WHEEL 3 CHAROLAIS HEIFERS (A~g. 750 Ibs.) - 1 ANGUS HEIFER (800 Ibs.) - 1 CHAROLAIS STEER ( I DURHAM STEER (I,000 Ibs.) - 3 CHAROLAIS STEERS (A~9. 700 Ibs.) - 1 ANGUS STEER (800 I HEREFORD STEER (600 Ibs.) - I HOLSTEIN STEER (650 Ibs.). imlsaloB CHINA CABINET - ROCKING CHAIR - SOLID WALNUT RECORD CABINET_ WALNUT COFFEE ROOM SUITE - RECLINER - END TABLE - NIGHT STAND - 12 X 14 NYLON RUG - IRON BED - GLASS DOORS - HUTCH - 7 PIECE DINETTE SET - BAR STOOLS - TOASTER - 2 SETS 2 SETS OF SILVERWARE - SOLID CHERRY BOOKCASE - COFFEE TABLE WITH GLASS TOP - MIRRORS - GLIDER & CHAIR - 2 LAWN CHAIRS - MAGAZINE RACK - ELECTRIC HEATER - TABLES AND END TABLES - DRESSER WITH MIRROR - HAND SWEEPER - METAL STORAGE TYPEWRITER - FLOWERS - ENCYCLOPEDIAS - ZANE GREY BOOKS - 4 GA: BOTTLE STERILIZER - POP CORN POPPER - ELECTRIC SKILLET - ELECTRIC FAN- 10~ X 121 A.P. DONAGHUE STONE JAR - STONE JUGS - 17 JIM BEAM BOTTLES - SET OF GAS LIGHTS - I LANTERN - 5 GALLON MILK CAN - CREAM CAN - COPPER BROILER - INSULATORS - SIDE SADDLE - OVAL PICTURE FRAME - COAL BUCKET _ SHOVEL - POKER - DAISY CHURM" SELF SEALING JARS - GREEN JARS - 2 WOODEN CHAIRS _ McGUFFEY'S READERS (4tb ,It. 6tit) BORDER WARFARE BY JOSEPH ISRAEL (1831) - TWO 8-DAY CLOCKS(SESSION & INGRAHA~) CLAW FEET - DRESSER - FROW - KEROSENE LAMp. /OOU & I/SO SOCKETS UP TO P~" - TOOLS & TOOL BOX - DOUBLE BITTED AXE - POLE AXE - PLANES HAND SAWS - VISE - ANVIL - CALF PULLER - 3 COW STANCHIONS - PLATFORM SCALES - 2 SCOOP SHOVELS - PICK - RAKE - STEP LADDER - wOVEN WIRE - BARB WIRE - OLD WHEELBARROW - ROTOTILLER (4!~ H.P.) - AiR COMPRESSOR _ ,~,, DRILL - 3 TARPS - TOOL~ FITTINGS - SET OF ACETYLENE GAUGES - 6L.OW TORCH _ ELECTRIC FENCE CHARGER HAND WATER PUMP - WEDGES - HACK SAW - DEHORNING SAW - HOUSE JACK - BRACE & HATCHETS - PILE OF LUMBER - PLOW - ASSORTED ELECTRIC LIGHTS - 2 LOW PRESSURE | BARRELS - TOMATO STAKES - HAND CORN PLANTER - 6 FOOT ALUMINUM STEP LADDER " SECTIONS AND RIVETS - RIVET MACHINE - COW BELL -- HAY KNIFE - ONE MAN SAW - wIRE CAN HOOK - PITCH FORKS - POST HOLE DIGGERS - SPUD _ SCYTHE - SAUSAGE GRINDER PIPE VISE - 2 BICYCLES - LAWN MOWER - 20 FOOT EXTENSION LADDER - FEED TROUGH - WOODEN BARREL - DIESEL FUEL DRUM - GARDEN HOSE - GARDEN SPRAYER. NAME CLASS NIGHT PHONE 22 CAL. AUTOMATIC ITHACA l SHOT - 20 GAUGE PU~P GUN. SAVAGE MODEL 30 - 12 GAUGE PUMP GUN - .22 CAL. SINGLE SHOT WINCHESTER 67 MODEL. MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION LUNCH WILL BE SERVED NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS TERMS: CASH OWNER: kJ. CRISLIP AUCTIONEER: SAM GARRETT