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2 ~ . 4 The Glenvtlle Democrat/Pathfinder (k.tober 23. 1975 " 'oed-h'lf efforl h , GSt'! ", , t I Glenv e State Co"age used I III I ! e weU-m ed ing and passing II I ifltack to defeat Bluefield State last !1 I ",~ With this win, the Pioneers remain ~ ~ ~ neck-and-neck with rugged Concordq I[[i __ :: ~ the lead in the WVIAC Southern Ill I1 ! Tech in their last outing 240 to give ~ " a Oconference mark. GSC is I in the conference and 2-3-1 overall. ,~' If GSC gets by W. Va. State on [ November 1, the Southern Division | 4 unpionslzip may be settled on the [ I~Pineers host Concord on Merchants Y~ . , At the game s outset, it appeared ~'- '~ as if GSC,-coming off two hard losses-might be blown off the field. , ']~luefiold took a quick 7-0 lead halfway : irough the first period on a short plunge from the one by fullback John ~nroe. The big gainer leading to the ~'ore was a perfectly executed 55-yard ~t:reen pass to Monroe. The Blues also threatened in the second quarter but attempted field goal proved leads Troy ILL Park Service, Forest Service against Parkersborg The Student Conservation As- participation, yards, the key play being a lO-yard C, at~oIK, ~.-0 satiation offers high school and college for travel sr~ scoring strike to Gilmer County H.S. age young people the opportunity for to eligible pa grad C. W. Campbell in the third Troy Elementary School moved volunteer work in national parks or PositionS quarter. Then t~e Pioneers consumed one step closer to securing their forests under the supervision of Assistants ! 11 minutes on the clock during the second consecutive conference cham- professional personnel. Most of these undergradua! third and fourth periods on a Fmal long pionship by defeating Parkersburg are summer positirms, bu~ ~Lere are a 18 and older. drive capped by a 13-yard scoring pass Catholic, 20-0, in a heavy downpour few opportunities available during the from 8 to 12 from Cowan to Steve Chandler with last Friday afternoon on their home other seasons, and subsiste only 5:03 left to play. turf. " Assistance has been requested by reasonable e: Cowan enjoyed a Free day at the The home turf resembled a sea of the parks and forests to enable them toApplicafi helm, hitting six of 11 passes for 57 mud when the Troians Fmished withoffer additional visitor services and to will not be ac~ yards while picking up 35 yards on the their visitors, again with running back accomplish certain conservation pro- date the c~ ground in five rushes. Mike King taking game honors, being in iects which they otherwise could not received is s Halfback Don Brady was again e~ three scores. The first came on a afford. Write to tl the key rusher for GSC, picking up 47 two-yard burst up the middle late inHigh school work group appli-Association, yards on 16 carries. He was aided by the second quarter, cants, who must be at least 16 years of Route 1, Trojan coach Bill Jones said age, should be available for a period of Washington fullback Leandls Hedges who ran 10 neither team could sustain any 3 or 4 weeks. There is no charge for times for 37 yards. Bob Shaffer led Pioneer receivers momentum on the slippery field until from the past with 4 catches for 72 yards. Hedges Buddy Peggs scampered for 30 yards snared 3 aerials for 30 yards and tough on a reverse to set up King's first tally. tight end Campbell caught three In the third period. King took a passes for 17 ' yards and one pitch from Ricky Moore and tossed a touchdown. Between them, Anderson and Cowan completed 11 of 16 passes for 132 yards to pace the Glenville win. Th~ Pioneers return home this weekend to meet West Liberty (1-3-2) nifty 10.yard pass to split end Scott Carney. Peggs made the two.point conversion on a run to give Troy a 13-O lead. The Trojan score came on fourth down and goal to go. at the end of a long drive marked by King's hard unsuccessful. -~ A Bluefield bad snap from center to Glenvflle's first score, just " onds before the intermission. The Blues punter recovered a fourth down snap at his own 18-yard line. The Piers were pushed back a bit while paydirt, making Bobby Casto's -41-yard field goal with 2 seconds left all the sweeter. It was the Ripley s.ophomore's longest three-pointer of the season. C. W. scored one TD against Biuefleld Glenville came on strong in the second half and the Blues sank into the doldrums. With starting quarterback Tom Cowan alternating with Chris Anderson, and the running attack churning out key yardage, the Pioneers scored two touchdowns. Anderson, who entered the contest after a two-weeks rest nursing a knee knjury, hit 5 of 5 passes for 75 AH Almost Heaven Raceway hMwis, Oct. 26, 1975 overall). ~ an All-Conference Day battle. GlenviUe 0 3 7 7-17 Bluofield 7 0 0 0. 7 Blue - Monroe 1 run {Johnson Kick) Glen. - Caste 41 field goal Glen. Campbell 10 pass from Anderson (Caste kick) Glen. - Chandler 13 pass from Cowen (Caste kick) The Statistics Glen. - Blue. First Downs 14 - 13 Yards Rushing 116- 117 Yards Passing 132 - 91 Passes 11-16- 6-17 Passes Had Int. O- 1 Fumbles Lost 2-1 - 2-0 Punts avg. 4-39 - 4-37 Penalties 8-75 - 8-75 School and Office Supplies? See Us First! Gilmer Graphics. lnc, 109 E. Main St. Glenville. DRESSES, PANTSUITS, SKIRTS & BLOUSES ARE liB THE Rt. 33 West Second Street Weston, WV Hem 10-9 Daily 12-6 Sunday Sporty 2 piece dress of acetate nylon. Long sleeve short jacket top has zip front. Sizes 5 to 13 II & BLOUSES Easy-care polyester skirt, side pockets with button accent, natural waist with back zipper. Knee length. Sizes 7 to 15 Comfortable acetate/nylon blouses in many pleasing patterns, button front & long Size= 32 to 38 POLYESTER PANTSUITS Stunning polyester pantsuits have a tunic style top, long sleeves & button front; flare leg slacks with poll-on waist. Sizes 8 to 20 running. In the fourth period, King scored again on a 10.yard run. wrapping up the contest for the Trojans, 4-1 this season. The Trojans next face conference opponent BurnsviUe this Thursday. at 12:30 p.m. at Troy. If Troy wins this contest, they will again be crowned champions of the W. Vs. Central Jr. High School Conference. They will also be undefeated in two years of league play. Their two-year record is 10-1-1, with the only loss at the hands of Cairo, Ritchie County. Jones said their squad was composed mainly of ninth graders. Gilmerites complain about mail order The West Virginia Attorney Generars Consumer Protection Divi- sion, during its first year of operation, completed work on 2.718 complaints, including 11 from Gilmer County consumers. Atty. Gen. Chauncey Browning said the majority of the complaints from Gilmer County involved mail order transactions. The Division was authorized for 's office by the 1974 Legislature. New and tough consumer protection statutes were also an- nounced at the same time. Browning said he anticipated the number of complaints to the Division would increase as more West Virginians become aware of the new consumer protection statutes. SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE F.A. Weaver [r] and 1. D. Wo~ford [!] posed half-Hereford calf in 1924. Weaver s cow gave birth Laurel in DeKalb District. Calf had two heads, sev~ six-inch tail Ray Thompson was the photographer. Pb~ of Tanner. Fireplaces are getting more and more popular these days because of skyrocketing oil, gas and electricity costs. Once considered little mo/'e than decorations, fireplaces now attract special attention from home buyers who know these old-fashioned devices can help cut heating bills. Besides, there is something very cheery about a crackling fire with its old-timey a~osphere ~nd welcome heart, '~o~in~ what ~u~ in~ ~rep~ace~ ma~; ~ a myStery t6'an*~one ~hb a~veF' : used fireplaces _much, if at all, but choosing and using the right firewood isn't really much of a problem. The main thing to remember is that there STORWlDE MLE "'ON THE SQUARE" Grantsville West Virginia A SURE THING SO EASY FOR ALL TO SEE.! What can offer greater rewards with less ef- fort than an interest- savings ac- count in our "Full Service" bank where you find-in one place--every banking service you're likely to need? And you're sure to save a substantial amount-p/us interest- if you simply save here regularly, every pay- day. It's really quite easy, don't you see? SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE O GlenvilJe. W.Va. are many some poor. softwoods and light, give very fast. cr( chimney can give off lotS o and burn have a well you softwoods. remainder aromatic hickory or Q spinal to drive? A A injury is for a toward installation. placement training Q effect upOe allowanCe? A --" the ances. generally co~t of 0 inte veteranS. A " assistanCe nearest person in