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October 17, 1975

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!- friend. white cross M[MIIW st,.. Yo in N O~ I have always had a dog. Not necessarily a My first, if memory serves me right, was between a Cocker Spaniel and a Spitz, a dog a tossed stick from the thundering surf of the the Jersey coast. Prince liked nothing better than to ~ breakers with my mother who used to spend way along in the rollers parallel to the beach. Spaniel, we graduated to a full blooded Cocker-a we called Rusty, as affectionate a dog as has many fond memories, not the least of which D episode that is as vivid to me now as it was the day it a litter-a half dozen kitten-cute cockers that would melt male or female. We kept them. and Rusty, in a when mother cried: "Something's happened to Can't breathe." I rushed to the kitchen. "It fell from the rl kL I was a Boy Scout then and had just learned how to on his stomach and administer what is now an artificial respiration. Confidently, I took the little 00 ers quickly employed what I had learned. Within breathing again. It lived. Whether in my youthful saved that puppy's life I couldn't say, but back then experiences such as this, and others, that make a companion-a husband, as Dad would say. He was his name. A real trooper too, judging by some of I of us will forget that wet, snowy, winter night when he ~f a new sweetheart somewhere. We thought sure he was awakened to a feeble cry at the front door at 2 a.m. door, there was Trooper. both his long, floppy, black snowy ice. so heavy he could hardly lift his head. first hound dog I ever owned. He was actually an ' a hound. Had we owned him here. I think he squirrel or rabbit hunting dog. He did. I remember, us one day, but that one was trapped inside the hue-story suburban home. Whipper almost tore the to get at the pesky rodent, for then that's what pests that one didn't care to have around the passes on. an En sh Cocker Spaniel-Mopey-was spotted, lap dog that I once thought might would point (still does), then. like a leopard, stalk cats, beckyard rabbits-anything that moved. One trip dog. First a cottontail zipped out of She didn't smell or see either one. I had to lift her she steadfastly refused to walk over because I her within 25 feet of a wild rin gneck pheasant knew I'd have to wait a little longer for is still with us. a redtick coonhound or a benafide bird dog. a She came next. and even though she lived with provided more laughs, more fun, more headaches could recount. And now Amy-my German Shorthair. came true when I brought her home just 10 months afield with a dog. trained to wing and shot, of the finer, more satisfying aspects of the outdoor in my hand or goes on a solid point, it produces a words cannot describe. A SoocL pointer than just a shooting sport. But there's more, much dog. How will l ever forget, for example, the crazy orin the field on a summer day. Amy may be a eater too, and races and leaps into the air in a colorful insects from the air. She even succeeds in on " Or consider the day when a room air ending inquisitive nature. Nose pressed to the one comer to the other for a half hour or more had become lodged in its inner parts. To this captured her scenting curiosity. aspects of training a hunting dog is the between man and that dog. The closer the ;, the more it will try to please. If its every desire is to will do the job for which it was trained. I don't house dog not making a good hunting dog. My whenever I move. By constantly being at my side closeness, a friendship or kinship, that is continued a bird and making a retrieve is more than a all-out, intense desire to please me. I am not a claims that I know best how to "make" a at least one dog of some kind all my life. I am a true friend and companion to your dog will result in rewards that will remain with you for a mrpet, air ceJdftba|q, wlmlews, el|Orbs prevkbd, t St. effer $ or 462-7309. October 16, 1975 The Glenville e Only th ..... " e ::::, Prices at the October 10 sale at JVeWS~Ili~T "' :: i the Sencer Livestock Exchange, as reported by Manager C. W. Chambers WILLIAMSTOWN - Don Wilson 49 with about eight and one half were quoted as follows: returned a punt for 78 yards and aminutes left to play. Yearling steers, by cwt: 500-600 touchdown early in the first period for Two plays later the Titans were lbs., $23.73-$32; 6(X)-700 lbs., $24.75- the only score of the game as the called for pass interference and $29; 700 and up, $26.50-$30. Gi.mer County Titans defeated fifeWilliamstown had a first and ten on Yearlin8 heifers, by cwt: 500.600 Williamstown Yenowjackets 6-0 to the Gilmer 36. but the Titan defense lbs., $18-$23.75; 600-750 lbs., $22-$25. spoil the Williamstown Homecoming.stiffened and the Yellowjackets were Steer calves, by cwt: 3(X)-400 lbs.. The contest, played under poor unable to get any closer to the goal $23-$26, 400-500 lbs., $23.25--$30.25, field conditions due to the day-long line. 500-600 lbs., $26. rain, was Fdled with penalties. Gilmer Wilson, in addition to his long Bull calves, by cwt: 300-400 lbs., SATURATION POINT. , soak County had two touchdowns called touchdown run, bed two other TITs$15-$18.75, 400-500 lbs., $18.75-$23, up as much news as you want back due to flags and was penalized 14 called back. The first one was a 25 5(D-6(X) lhs., $19-$26.25. for now, save the rest for later. times for 160 yards while Williams- yard pass from lorry McPherson in the Heifer calves, by cwt: under 300 It'll keep. So will your newspo. town was called five times for 35 second period that was nullified due to lbs,, $13-$18.75, 300-400 lbs., $18.75- per . . . ready for reading at yards, a holding penalty and the second one $22, 400-550 Ibs., $19-$20.25. your leisure. Subscribe now, to Still, the Titans gained 131 yards was another punt return, this one for Baby calves, by head: beef, good, regular read,ng while the Yellow-jackets were limited 55 yards that was called back due to a $20-$25. Holstein & Brown Swiss, , : ~j*~ to only 54 yards total offense, clip. $'9-$15. Gilmer County gained 93 yards on Gilmer, 2-5 plays Harrisville on Slaughter steers, by cwt: good and the ground and hit two of 10 passes for Saturday. choice 800-1100, $20-$24.75, standard 38 yards while picking up nine first Gilmer 6 0 0 0-6 800-1100, $18-$19.75. downs. Wil].iamstown's running game wmlamstown 0 0 0 0-0 Slaughter heigers, by cwt: good GARTON was totally shut off as the (G)-Don Wilson 78 punt return {Pass and choice 700-1000, $20-$24, stan- REAL ESTATE INC. yellow~ackets were held to minus two failed) dard 700-1000, $18-$19.75. BROKER yards on the ground while hitting three The Titan jv's remained undefma- Slaughter cows: commercial, of 13 aerials for 56 yards, ted [3-0]. upending Calhoun, last week, $20-$24; utility, $17.25-$19.75; canner Serving The Real Estate Needs of :~ Wimamstown picked up four first 12-0. With less than a minute in the and cutter, $13.25-$15.50; bulls, over Gitmer, Lewis, Braxton, Upshur, ~:" downs, first half, Bobby Kirkpatj'ick charged 1000. $22-$25.75. and Harrison Counties. ,o The game's only TD came with into the Calhoun backfield from his Veal, by cwt: 190-225, $32-$40; :7 7:56 remaining in the first-quarter nose guard position to black a Red 226-265, $25--$34.75. Phone26~1527 when Wilson, a 6'1" 160 lb. junior, Devil punt. He picked up the loose ball Hogs, by cwt: 190-240, $59-$62.50; eluded two would-be tacklers and then at Calhoun's 26-yard line and rambled 240-260, $55-$59.75; sows, 300-500, 421 MAIN AVE. raced down the right sideline behind a into the end zone for the score. In the $,50-$52.25; pigs {by head) 20-40, WESTON, WV 26452 perfect wall for 78 yards and the third period, Gilmer drove from their $17.50-$20:, 40.60, $22.50-$27.50. score. The pass for the extra point own 45-yard line, scoring on a Brad failed but the Titans had all the points McPherson quarterback keeper. The DAWSON Tack & Supply they needed for their second victory of Dave Barnes-coached junior Titans the season, held the Red Devils inside their own Saddles Horse Blanket #~ WiUiamstown threatened only lO-yard line in the second half and theBridles All Horse Care Products Available. Halter once in the game, that coming in the defense was responsible for several qb ~ Horse Shoes final quarter when the Gilmer County sacks in the second half. Gilmer At Dawson Farm - 462-7119 punter fumbled the snap from center dressed 14 players for the away and got off only a two yard punt to give contest; Calhoun dressed 50 players. ~" the Yellow'jackets the bell on their own FARM SALE ~ T'no fnilo~4ng property will be offered for sale at Public Auction on Seturday, ~ October 25, 1975 at 1.,00 PM. at the residerum of the late Berkley Rasher. ~:: Three odjolnlng tracts of surface land sltuated three miles north of Troy, and 1 tulles off Rt. 18, Troy-West Union Reed on the ~aeters of Little Cove. known as the Baldoy Fissher Farm. ~-~ One tract comi og of 166.15 acras w(th two story frame house with free gas,~.;~ Troy School {3-1} is assurred of at good cut stone cellar and other barns and out2mtldtnga. One tract cram|sting of 108.60 8TIm. Exoollont building location. least a tie for the grid championship ofTo save space when freezing One tract consisting of .89 ~ ~ has dk~dlJng which wotdd make an ideal the W. Va. Central Jr. High School cut-up poultry, freeze only htmeng camp or summer cottage. Conference after their defeat last week fleshy pieces. Cook the bony Each tract will be sold iml:~'atdy th~ emerita I:~roporW sold together. Will a~dl the of Gassaway, 18-8. piece, such as wing~ and ~ It brings meet money. backs, for immediate use Terms of imle is Gash. $1~00.00 down day of sale, balance to be paid upon receipt The Trojans, beating thei~ or store as cooked meat of dam" deed. Braxton County rivals for the first time picked off the bone. Rseson for ~t11~: Owner ~ and to sattle estate, in football competition, were led by running beck ~ King. The The County's Best Bargain - a year's Box56 eighth-grader picked up 175 yards in subscription tO your hometown newspal~r. ROBERT J.FLESHER, ADMINISTRATOR The Glenvilte Democrat and Giem,-ille OF THE ESTATE OF HB.FLESHER Troy, WV 26443. total offense, scored ~wo touchdowns, Pathfinder. Just $5.15 for in-county Telephone:462-8353 performance. From his middle linebecker position, King turned in 10 unassisted ~ tackles and nine assisted hits. In what Jones labeled a 333W- HLW hard-hitting defensive contest, the Trojans scored their first touchdown secondwith less than a minute to play in the period. II Quarterback Ricky Moore managed to find King clear and hit him II with a 40-yard strike at the Gassaway lO-yard line. Moore went again to the air on the next play, tossing a screen II pass to King who rambled into the end zone. The score was 6-O at the II intermission. In the third period, Moore passes ~I 40 yards to Scott Carney to set up the second Trojan score, which came on an eight.yard plunge by lLing. Runuing ~I back Buddy Peggs scored the third Troy touchdown in the final stanza with a 4a-yard dash to make the score ~ 18-0. Gassaway finally put some points up with less than a minute left in the contest, with a lO-yard pass play followed by a two-point conversion play. 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