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/7 their ing by game Year This for POint Jeff an bac k ner a the the 8-8 When from season 3-7 two yards out. Hevener's run gave Tygarts Valley a 16-15 lead at intermission. The visitors increased their lead to 24-15 in the third canto when Tom Gebear scored from one yard out. Loras Haynes then caught the PAT pass from Ross giving the visitors the lead The Titans battled back in the final stanza when Steve Carney caught a five yard scor- ing toss from Jeff Campbell. 56 The kick for the point after fail- ed making the final score. Roberts ended the season with 963 yards rushing, only 37 shy of 1,000. Here is a summary of the game played Friday night with Tygarts Valley: Tygarts Valley 8 8 8 0- 24 Gilmer 8 7 0 6- 21 G - Pat Roberts 56 run (Rick Smith pass from Jeff Camp- bell) lead TV- Dave Hevener 67 run (Ross run) se- G - Roberts 5 run (Jamie Min- ght ney kick) TV - Hevener 2 run (Heavener a run) TV- Gebear 1 run (Hyanes pass from Ross) G - Steve Carney 5 pass from Campbell (kick failed) The Glenville Dejmocrat.Pathfinder 5 Glenville State College ris Well Coach Tim Carney has won the Foodland, bowlers are 2-4 The Pioneers won the open- Service, Glenville ing match by 164 pins and the Pioneer Grocery, second by 326 pins. Keith Hite $100 top prize in the Second Summers Pharmacy, Ben rolled a 690 series with a 255 Annual Glenviile Democrat- Franklin, Pacific States Gas game in the second series to three games. Pathfinder Football Contest, and Oil Inc., Fox Drilling Inc. lead Glenville with a 201 Got a buck and a h=U't You co= Carney, by winning our and Fox Pipeline Co. and the average. He was followed by bmr .p to 25 worn= l= the latest weekly contest, finished Kanawha Union Bank. Jeff Stanley with a 199 average DEMOCRAT-PATHFINDER just nine points in front of Ace Here are the final standings and Greg Martin and Andy CLASSIFIEDS. 482-7 0 now Collins, who held the lead go- in the Second Annual Football Lowther with 198 averages for aa ao .r ly y =r m zCe ing into the final week of the Contest: the contest. contest. Tim Carney Carney missed just one Ace Collins game and will receive the Garry Klght Weekly $10 prize while Jack Glendon B. Reed Sr. McHenry, who also missed Jack McHenry just one game, will be awarded Mike Collins $5 prize for second place. John Irwin The Glenville State College Bowlmor Lanes against Ap- Pioneer bowlers, coached by palachian State. The match is Garry Kight, defeated the expected to begin at 1 p.m. University of Virginia on Sun- Greg Martin is Glenville's day in matches held at top bowler with an average of Bowlmor Lanes in Spencer. 184 in 18 games followed by Andy Lowther and Keith Hite 183, Dale Sparks 176, Randy Miller 162 and Jeff Stanley 199. Stanley's average is only for lltns missed games finishedthird whge Garry ) was also in the race until one He 80 Glenn MacCullough was the 71 high bowler for the Cavaliers 46 with a 189 average. 27 On Saturday, the local 21 bowlers were defeated in two 20 matches by the Gobblers of 15 Virginia Tech. Licensing Service I Dick White 13Y2 The visitors won the open- I Jackie Panmns 12 ing match by 48 pins and the Richard Bailey 12 second by 164 pins. | StavoHarold 11 Greg Martin was high for I RonaldKuht t0 Glenville with a 188 average I Mark Meadows 10 and Dale Sparks bowled to a IDriver's License I 187 average. Banlz Collins | Roborts Glenville now owns a 2-4 I 3-S Day Service mark in the Southern Inter- | collegiate Bowling Con- | ference. Cell 462.$615 | Glenville's next home match I will be held on December 1 at ........ | ! I trophy in- Flack received a trophy for a se- placing second in the men's recent 40-49 age category. He finish- d at ed 23rd overall with a 27:58 Col- time. The race was won by David Blankenship of Parkersburg mile with a finishing time of 21:41. Sur- Plans call for a fall run to be held annually at PCC. Towne Bookstore Norman Blake JD Crowe & New South Katie Laur Band Osborne Brothers I Stanley Brothers Mac Wiseman I John Hartford I ~ ~ ~ ~ m m mmm ~lmmW m m Bowling leaders are told The 'O' Boys and Bob and lead in the Faculty and Staff His Outlaws are tied for the Bowling League with 46-18 lead in the Men's Thursday records. Night Bowling League, accoro The M & M's are in third ding to statistics released for place with a mark of 44-20 the week of November 1. followed by the Pin Termites Both teams own identical 43-21, Pin Crushers and | 50-30 records. The Bombers 36-28, Pop and the I Blockbusters are in third posi- tion with a 42-38 mark followed I by the Kanawha Drive Five and the Pipers, both at 34-46, and I the Goof Offs at 30-50. The Sundowners and the Fearless Four are tied for the "JACK'S" HISTORY Jack-o'-Ianterns, the whittl- ed pumpkin faces of hallo- ween, supposedly were first thought up .in ancient Ireland where large vegetables were hollowed out, carved with scary faces,.and lighed with candles to frighten away evil spirits, National Geographic World magazine reports. BIG RUMBLE KILLS Earthquakes around the world kilt an average of 14,000 people a year, the National Geographic Society says. Kids and Katie's Hot Shots 32-32, Has Beens and Jesse's Raiders 30-34, Four Flushers 25-39, Dirty Birds 23-41, The Vacant Lot 14-50 and Gutter Balls 10-54. wv L19.4 miles west of Weston of Quality Built Homes 4 WIDES - DOUBLE WlDES ON DISPLAY LIGHTED 0 Open Friday til 8 p.m. Mobile Homes Association MANY LIVING THINGS Scientists have catalogued 1.5 million kinds of plants and animals and estimate millions more exist. The list runs the gamut from bacteria that thrive in water so hot it is nearly boil- ing to plants that grow in sub- zero Antarctic ponds, the Na- tional Geographic Society says. I:1.~1S1 MA5 Unless you joined our Christmas Club last year, you feel a lot like him. A little lost. A little bewildered. Trying to shop the sales and wonder- ing how you're going to pay for all the gifts. It could have been so easy! T'mnm to learn from your mistake. Open a Christmas Club savings account now for next year and come out a rich elf in 19801 ,f Pay-Per Week Receive $ 1.00 ...................... $ 50.00 $ 2.00 ...................... $100.00 $ 3.00 ...................... $1G0.00 $ 4.00 ....................... 200.00 $ 5.00 ...................... *250.00 $10.00 .................... a ' O0.O0 980 CLUB DUE NOV. 17, 1979 our 49er Christmas Club 49 weeks-50th week FREE 4epositor meured to $40.000 r 26351 FJl~lltAt INPO~| tMSU|&NC| COIIPOItAYtON e rooming Phone 462-5630 or 462-83t8 EXTRA BIG SALE Gilmer County Auction Barn Monday November 12, 1979 6:30 p.m. Antiques include Victorian rocker and 2 side chairs, Oak and cane back rockers and straight chairs, beautiful lamp tables, fireplace mantel, iron bed, organ stool, dressers, sewing machine, also many modem house hold items. AUCTIONEER- Robert J. Butcher Li 11 11 an IVIN )RAL ' RR4NGE E e