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October 28, 1976

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odds on razzle-dazzle play pitch-out, pass of 1970} pass to Bob Fox one-yard line set in the Gilmer Alumni game last to a 6.0 victory for the The two alumni lights on a school field raore than 100 fans. 12-minute quarters. a stubborn of the action the two 30-yard lines. Punters John Lilly and Ted Hamric continually traded kicks. The kicking and penalties resulting from miscues on the line kept the action confined to the midfield area until the Reale-to-Fox pass late in the fourth qua rter. Quarterback Larry Chapman took the snap on the key play and pitched out to halfback Reale who then rolled out to his left and tossed the long aerial. The Even-Year team ran the ball in for a score three plays later. The kick for the extra point was blocked. Although no outstanding players of the game were chosen, gridders on can learn at cattle sale 80 head of calves, s will he sold Nov. 3 West Virginia and Commercial Mill. 'ponsored by the Service, the of Agricul- County Livestock 1 as well "This is an educational event to point out the values+of heifer performance testing, cow pregnancy examinations and soundness examina- tions," said Gilmer County Extension Agent Everett Mason. "This is a good place to get replacement cattle to take back to the farm." Gilmer County farmers Glendell Butcher and Bob Flesher will be selling cattle at the sale. to air candidates show Public Broadcasting Bos Johnson, of oderate two live featuring the election for several national :enfly joined the features the candidates seeking election for Governor. Treasurer, Auditor, and Secretary of State. Monday evening's 8 p.m. telecast features the candidates for the Office of U.S. Congress, 1st, 2nd and 4th districts; plus Supreme Court full term and unexpired term. both teams singled out the play of lineman Joe Putnam. Until Saturday night's game. Putnam had never drained shoulder pads or a football uniform. Most of the participating alumni had previously played for the high school. Only one injury occurred during the hard-fought contest when Bob Strait left the game after pulling a ligament in his left knee. Preceeds from the benefit "fun" game went to the high school athletic departnent. Vote For For Magistrate Gilmer County Your Vote Appreciated polilit:al ad paid for b/ W. Wright I University, as lournalism, was for WSAZ-TV ton. During ed as National and TV News as such, his COordinating former last confer- e|e|enene|elene|ene|e|enle|e|ene|elele|IneneneUele ! I DISPERSAL COW SALE 20-Hereford Cows - Some Registered ! | 5-Angus-Hereford Cross Cows i on both the ic National  1-4 yr. old Angus Herd Bull i rvod as a reporter  1-Angus Herd Bull i I Nov. 1 telecasts, the States three i SELLING FARM i 8rations and two i All clean cows Pregnancy Tested | a, will originate W.Va. area, and III " B as between i Glendell Butcher | 'q they discuss the | November 3, 1976 7"00 PM Jackson's Mill, WV | | " , program 462-81 O0 _ i WWVU-TV and IINNIONOII,IONOBOIIONO n OlOl OlOlOlOlOmolonoloNOlOlnlOllOplneu I nvill PTA Supports ual Educationa pportun,ty for AIII Children TANNER TROY GLENVILLE'k SA.O m.z -k NORMANlrOWN Vote Yes _ I I I mb r2,1976 October 28, 1976 Glenviile Democrat/ Pathfinder Page 5-B 512 Elk St., Gassaway, W.Va. Office 364-8365, 364-5547 Buying or Selling in Gilmer and Surrounding Counties? Call (1) Full time Real Estate professionals to serve YOU (2) Member, National Association of Realtors (3) Real Estate is our only business Nice 2 story home near Glenville State College. 4 Big bedrooms, all city conviences, including natural gas and city water, on three big lots with plenty of space for a garden. Priced resonably at $14,995 Good buy in town-154 River Street. 2 big lots with lots of room to garden, 2 bedrooms, full basement, a Good buy at $15,500 Lots of room i.n this nee- 4 bedroom house, 2 lots, full basement, all utilities and city convuences. An extra good buy at $17,500 100 acres, garage, outbuilding, com crib, drilled well, all utillties-16 acre S27,ooo meadow, timber, stream 1976-14' x 70' Mobile Home, 3 bedroom, Nice $ 6,200 All for $33,200 Superb income propbrty located near college, 5 rental units, 4 plus acres of land, will divide make an offer! Fisherman's Delight- 70 acres Leading Creek, fishing, swimming, I0 acres bottom, balance with 60,000 ft. Hardwood, high ridge tap sites $21,000 130 Acres, Gilmer+ County, 2 out buildings (black g frame), stream, fruit trees, 60 acres open, timber, . 33 frontage, road through property, ONLY $18,000 Nice home on 5 acres. 3 bedrooms, full basement, sit on your new patio with bar-be-que grill, and look at the nicely landscaped acres. Unlimited FREE_ natural gas means no winter heat bill. Full price $33,500 o Nice 3 bedroom on beautiful 3% acres, outbuildings, on good road, $39,995 Troy-large 2 story, 2-4 bedroom with intown conveniences, $15,500