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Glenville, West Virginia
October 10, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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October 10, 1975

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4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfmder Octeber 9, 1ff75 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: r~0, clobbers Sutton 26.0 Hus,, ,usk, Club ,0uraume.t ............... : ..... "The last been saying the| Troy School (2-1)picked up their on a 40-yardreverse. and culminated rear' largl st e us cau elow Sand Fork seCond victory of the season last week, another scoring drive before the half ~ n members of Kentucky's Silver Muskyspecies." said~ L~I : ~laTlking Sutton, 26-0. Running backs with a five-yard plunge to make the ii J~~~ ClUbclaimedWhOthe competedthird placeintrophythe fpreVent'~ comingthis year-wethro~m !i "Bflfldy Peggs and Mike King each piled score 20-0 at the intermission. Sutton i r ml~ I i ff ~ 35 3/8-inch catch caught on an AC good shape." , F~i~:! ~i~ up over 100 yards rushing. Peggs also. failed to penetrate into Troy territory le~ the Trojan scoring with threethe entire first half, according to i ff W Shiner plug near Big Bend. It weighed FOLLOWII~I i i=liJ 11 lbs,, 5 oz., according to Bob Miles, by areas _ i" ~ ~ ~ .~ State Biologist in charge of the Greenbrier. ,ouc=own run. o*. 3o =, ,on. Squirrel popUb change, the g~ up: most repe The Trojans~scoredT~mberlandd theorfirstMtime[~ PeggsaAMTintchedFREEz[k. ~. |the: final Trojan)t tally! ~ ~ i&~l~ 35-inCh,empmyes hveD-lb"arounaper muskY,me smmCaughtwno andtoor Tucker and ~;i|!,~ ,:~! {!~y gained possession, Jeff Baileyin the second half with a 3e-yard jaunt i~ ~'~ ~di~ ~/~'~~ .*~ ~ tournament.close behind Beanblossom was ~, ~:~i "~ping a 75-yard drive with an alert up the middle. ! i ~ ~ ~%~ ~~ John Umstead of Smithville with his I~i i~lf "~chdown. Bailey recovered a fumbleTroy has now won every conference i ~t~~ i ~ ~~ ~';~'~i in the end zone after Peggs was hitgame in the past two years, runningup I ~ ~ td._~tL ~~__~-,d~. .... released in the well-known Booger huntingwiUbett : l~fd at the goal line. A two-point 195 points against their opponents' 18. -+ . ~ ~ . . i ff Hole ]ust east of Grantsville. Hecaught 1974; deer ' bhversion succeeded after quarter- The Trojans play in the W. Va. Central i i S his fish on a Creek Chub Wiggle Fish. the same ~]~i ~6'dCk Ricky Moore found King in the Junior High School Conference and B i i~ ii~~, t Other catches during the tourney appears to be d ~i:~! ~ ~dffd zone with a scoring strike, hope to inch closer to another title ~~ i i ~ k ~ included a 33-inch, 9 -lb. musky taken Clay, Fayette, ~ !~l Peggs scored the second touchdown Thursday, hosting Gassaway at 1 p.m. i I ~ ~ J by Bradley Nicholson of Mi. Morris, Mercer, Min8e' i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "~ ea, His fish fell for a Rebel lure in a Nicholas, Ral~ [i i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ hole of water near Glenville ChuckWyoming Co~l i ! : R ~us of Brohard. fishing near the lation highly ,a~ ! [] mouth of Steer Creek, landed a 3Z-inch same as last !~ i: Nr R li~R musky that wmghed 10 lbs. outlook improve i " ~ ~ ~~~ Centra! West Virginians who allowed only in B, A ::,/ " competed in the tourney included hunting will N li: ::: - : ~ I !/ ~ I~ ~: .~ James ]ones of Grantsville; Jim Wetzel 1974; bear 1 : Stan ingTimber or i i i ::,i of Heaters; Merrill Hoover of County about :: ~. Barbour. Br [~i:~ !!t:=:~i i ~ ~ ~i~1~ ~ Flatwoods; and Galvin Reynolds of i !)i R ~~ , ~ Gassaway. Marion, Mone ~ ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS.i i '::/ i .i/ The State Husky Musky Club and Upshur ~ ~,~i l~!i~,~ i ~i YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS i ~11 ~ ~ .~ currently is headed by President Bill population val ,~: .... ~ [~:~i~t~J~ ~:i ~ ~ :~ ~:~u =-'~ " ~ Crane of Friendly and ts open to any last year to slil [!~t ::! CALL OR WRITE ! ~ ~2~ ~~'~'~ ~-- - "~ angler who files a report form of populations r iil Mark ElLis i i ~ik'~:.l ~ ~ legal-size catch with the State. counties; mr] lilll, =, i ~L\.~! ~ t ~ ~ Registration forms are available at only in pr~ i ":+~ ~ Forester i i ~l "~ ~ ~ area DNR offices, at some sportingpopulations ' ,] # COAS A LUMee COMPANY i m ss,o,es. and at coun es. i ~ Jefferson, M !i! i PO Box218 i I " Pendleton Co i Gassaway26624, WestVi,g,ma } / I / Deer populatton nation varies i ii Phone: 304-364-5986 i better than ~ ..................................................... !" Loyd Jones and 48-inch musky, caught in Little Kanawha River last IllblUClOUU isslightly bett ~....*....--**-*,........-....-.,"-"" J ~ P~~~ ~ 1 weekend. Jones musky is largest reported caught in state this year Department of Natural Reseurcu big increase Seventy-eight musky fishermen competing anglers and two more were ..... " " ducted L year, except f~ nunung ouuoo[ survey c~m my I i!i ;:i| from three states launched their boats released. Several bass also reportedly ............. Counties. i ANENT =, .. "~:~ "i~j ~ in the Li tile Kanawha River last were caught ....... in lkeeke, C-~ w population has mcreasea asam eekend for the annual West Virginia Jones was awarded the top trophy .... i ill iiil!! PR Husky Musky Club tournament. Whenfor his big catch, a musky that was West V n-gmla. " ..... DNR Hnceck, Jo~ i $2 ~ ,, 1 i ~-"' Pennsobor had the monster musky record length of 52 inches ......... Squirrel pe~ iLlt ,~U . prize of the two-day affair-a 48-inch, Tourney trophies were handed out part ,in ~.the survey pr.emc.tea t~ner htmti~ll I;llt ~ ..... . . ' t 28 lh lunker ,4, .~ ......... ~= hold at the Calhoun oeer nunting thisyear. Anomer eu per 8frame h~ I/il ~ ~ p y Jones' musky is the largest reported County Junior Order of Odd Fellows cent smq2t would remain, about the beeaus~ V i!,~l, Brlno our Own C _d _ll caught in the state this year. Seven Park nearBigBend, headquarters and same, wrote ~we per cent sam Deer hunthtsth~ . ; ~l ;~ H ~ , ~ musky were turned in by the camping area for the tournament, nun ung w.ouid oe .p~rer., .... hi theso co~ ~ii*llll " Tones also received a trophy for the rot sqmrre, nun uns,.,wmcn oe .~.stud better bs i: i:i :!:i$i:!:!:i:i: !:i:i:i:i:i:~:i:i:i:i:~$i:!:i:i~ :i:i:!:i:i: most musky caught. He landed another nexL.~a .mr~ay. uct~L .me mrecas[ ~s fur all co~ , i :; iil i; ":"'~!ii i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :':':':':;: ..... L ,......t.:..t.t......, .4 .... .... ,orsttgnuylmp.veonunungpros-- ~'~ !ii!i i|!ii. "!.......................... | | iil gt" IiIPIla 'gtltiUtttU" i:i:i:i:i:!':':':"": ::::::::::"'t':'~"' '~U'lIlt;ll lllUSl~Y w lut;ll liv :::::::::::':':':".:. Sunday morning from a hole just below Sand Fork after a 15-minute battle thatInrt~ , ......... tnnk hl..'~ .wl'nninoo catch compared ..... hunof ring the. --would respondents to .......... ms[ DeYear'poorer said ragm, " however per sqmrrel't'~, nt C'abelL Li~{ Wayne should be ab~ Cou~ ~1~ ~ ::::::::::: ....... ~ f-ht His which ~m start next Saturday, a abundant; :.:-:.:::: Deep Ior ine remainder OI e ]g . ........ indicate nuLm iii!i!ii:i: fishing partner, lack Crompton of m.a~IW, predict~l Imir~l pel~l~u~m i:i:i:i:i:i P~;,.,~ h,~ln=~l not th~ musky Tones was abeut the same as last year. last year; no ca . :::::::::!: -~, ..... :.v[~-da-'S~~ outfit'~th 20-lb There is more food available for wild counties; be in every c~ m ~ .... , , i:i!~::i fora pluR that Tones made.- ,, * ' " 'llP~ ::::"':::mh...... d nl.o. tPnnhv w~.nt to showed significant increases from last :!:i:~:~::: .......... v ....... ,---. - . year while the walnut and black :::::::-::: Everett Dean of Strange Creek for his , ' ", .... ::i::i::!::i::ii 39V~ inch musky caught iust above CnW[t~ ~.i~oSr~m~g p;~gn2~ well :::::i::::: Tanner Creek in Gilmer County. Dean , , . .... , If you :::::.::::: . . re~ oaks up and white oaks holding towels :.:.:.:.:. also was fishing w~th a homemade ............. :::.:.:-: pretty goo~, smo UP~ game motogm~ gent !i!iiiii~::i lure. His musky weighed 15 Ibs., 15 oz. only select colors THIS SALE IS ON MERCHANDISE IN STOCg FHA Approved Mohawk's Twen~ Grand, fiber pile of 100/, ~!iii CttmuIoft. continuous filament nylon, will take the heatinq only a teenager can give it. So thick, tough, ahrasinn proof, the newest frug steps can't wear it out. So ~train resistant neither soda pop, catsup nor lipstick will hurt it. And think how much warmer your teenager .v.v... wilt be. on cold mornings, stepping out of bed onion iii~iii! cn;,v carr)et instead of a drafty floor. Mohawk's Twenty Grand Cnn"W~ in Colors teenagers really digt And you'll ~-:'."!i diq its remarkable low price; brinq in the measurernents Ii of your teenager's room and