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Page 4.A Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder October 28, 1976 GLENVILLE SUPPLY CO. BI FALL This sale ends Saturday, Oct. 30, t So hurry into our store today. Our circulars are full of Gm Buys... There's Something For Everyone! I I  HWI Mr. Friendly STOP IN TODAY! ALUMINUM EXTENSION LADDERS I A lightweight, quality household ladder with comfortable, flat steps, 6" end spacing for greater ladder stability and strong aluminum lad- der lock. 20 FOOT 24 fOOT 2g FOOT N MAX. WORKING MAX. WORKING MAX. WORKI D HEIGHT 17' HEIGHT 21' HEIGHT 25' SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE 34ss46ss588 THE EARL . W.ARNING SYSTEM THAT CAN HELP SAVE YOUR FAMILY'S LIVES! HOME SENTRY SMOKE ALARM Battery-operated unit sounds alarm often before the smoke appears; works even if house power foils, includes battery. Easy 1o mount on ceiling. REGULAR 49.95  111E gWB IMSgWE WALL MOUNT Brisk or gentle 16" massage, shower spray, combination. PET FOOD BOWL IIIIIIIIIII I I I IIII _, i 24 PIECE ..... APOLLO GLASS SET 1 L | Libbey "" Easy to hold, sculptured side- wail pattern for o casual, con- jj---- temporary design. Includes 8 each: cooler, beverage and on- the-rocks. SALE PRICE 9 97 I I SET I " • DUST-STOP ? • u e e ER;C  • AIRFILTERS • • • HEATER • • Fil^ rgloss filters save up tO • A :U% on heating Dill oy A  toArr:!7 F:2er:d  ; cot c%giin7 edges ,egL erlY. DUSt-: OO • • • • • • • • • • • • • REGULAR 89, EACH • : 14" : eeeeeeeee eeeeeeeee mS.mS Noranlm 5" SEWING SCISSORS o A 6.95 I1 • • r,, :ii LUESTBEND® ELUXE 3 SPEED HUMIDIFIER Beautiful furniture styling. Automatic shutoff and humidi- star. Capacity to 2,S00 sq. ft. SALE PRICE 87. GLENVILLE SUPPLY Glenville WV The Friendy Ones "MORE THAN A HAREM/ARE STORE, MUCH MOREl" Beach boy Hedges takes to Gilmer hills By Paul Brown Two years ago Leandis Hedges left the balmier climes of Virginia Beach, Va. to visit a small college tucked away in the hills of West Virginia that he had never heard of before. His jayvee football coach Earl Weaver, sugested he make the trip since Weaver had gone to school there and enjoyed it. On his first visit to Glenville State College, Hedges was greeted by a not so hospitable snow storm which left him suowbound at the college an extra day. That extra day may have been critical, because Hedges found something at GSC that impressed him and he decided to enroll at the college the following fall. That was a lucky day for the fortunes of GSC Pioneer football, because in hl.q junior year, Leandis Hedges has developed into one of the two top running backs in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Con- ference. Following a disappointing 14-13 loss to Bluefield State on Oct. 16, Hedges was named WVIAC offensive player of the week for the second time this season. In the Bluefield State game he accounted for 85 per cent of PONDERING PIONEER-One of Glenville State College's most power- ful offensive perform- ers in history, Leandis Hodges takes a breather while the defense goes to work. [Democrat photo by Paul Brown] Glenville's net yards rushing when he rambled for 174 yards on 29 carries. He also scored both GSC touchdowns on runs of 66 and one yards. He received his first player of the week award following a 28-3 victory over West Virginia Tech, in which he set a new Glenville State rushing record with 260 yards on 34 carries. After seven games Hedges was the second leading rushing in the conference with 122.1 yards per game, just three yards shy of league leader Larry Riley of Salem. Hedges, however, was leading all conference rushers in yards per carry, with an in  Wilson [ average of 5.5 yards. He was the second leading scorer in the []P t C mete y[ conference and the third leading e e r kick-off returner. II at Keith Fork [ Hedges spurned offers from such larger schools as Virginia Tech, II Weston. W.Va. [ Appalachian State, Delaware State II Phones 269-370? [ and Temple and turned instead to Glenville. He says he's never regretted q[ 884-7445 ] the decision. At the residence of the late Mrs. Ira Hudkin$ (R.M. "Re(:") Sny( 208 East 4th St. - Waston, WV --On Sat. Oct. 30, 1976 - 9:30 A.M. Living Rooms, Bedrooms, Breakfast Room, Kitchen and Utility Room. Auctioneers Note: Couple did not have children; sale has many interesting items in antique and collectable as wall as quality and modern merchandise. Terms: Cash Not responsible for accidents or merchandise lifter it is sold Auctioneer: Robert &Butcher Nora Lee Clarlc Admtr of the estate of Ira Hudkins Snyder "The players and coaching staff has to stay up here. If to school here, Hedges adds. One reason come to GSC feel he was big regularly at schools. But not hindered him grabbed a starUngl veer and has in his Pioneer Although he the number one offensive attack, only a part of "My main I don't care if I game or not. for me," he Hodges is he believes are his success. "The blockerS good job this fullbacks The line's done a adds. Hedges admitS playing professJ sometimes cross "I dream but for now says. He is physical would like to elementary school i Return James R. McCartney A GOOD SECRETARY OF STATE TO OFFICE McCARTNEY pledges If returned to ?fflce , I will " and integrity wh,ch the office :;n:c:t:::7;t::thd:::iels. dedicate my energy and ability to continue to work and c with all leaders of the State in meeting the future challen our great State of West Virginia." HonestyaaaDignityaoaExperience Pollticaladvertsement paid for by Democratic and Republican James McCartney