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Glenville, West Virginia
November 18, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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November 18, 1976

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4 Tke Glenvme Democrat/ Patbtder November lS, 1976 Hedges named player of week I:ar third time Glenville State College tailback Leandis Hedges became the only player in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference to win the conference's offensive player of the week award three times this year when he was named again last week. He galloped for 233 yards in GSC's last game Nov. 6 against a Concord defense that had limited all opposition to an average of 94 yards a game rushing, to win Player of the Week honors in the WVIAC, The Virginia Beach native, with his second 200-pins yard game, battled league-leader Larry Riley of Salem down to the wire for season individual rushing title. Riley. with another year to play. totaled 1351 yards. Hedges led the league in average yards per carry with 5.5 yards. He was also the second leading conference scorer with 60 points. The talented Glenville runner scored on an 80 yard run and returned one kickoff for 25 yards as the Pioneers gave the Mountain Lions all they could handle in the 21-24 defeat. Edwards gains expert rating Army Private First Class John C. Edwards, 19, whose wife. Angelina, lives at 211 West Road, Glenville. recently fired expert with the M-16 rifle at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. The expert rating is the highest mark a soldier dan achieve on his rifle Girls basketball tournament slated for this week Gilmer County elementary schools will hold a basketball tournament for their girls' teams Thursday Nov. 18 through Saturday Nov. 20. On Thursday Sand Fork will play Normantown at 7 p.m. in the Gilmer County High gymnasium. On Friday Glenville will play the winner of the Sand Fork Normantewn game at 6:30 p.m. in the Glenville State College gymnasium. Troy and Tanner will meet at 8 p.m. also in the GSC gym. The losers of the Troy, Tanner game and the Glenville game will meet in the consolation game at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in the GSC gym. The championship game will be held at 8 p.m. in the GSC gym. Gilmer County Board of Education vice-president Janet Deal will present trophies to the champions and runnersup. The game bali will be awarded to the winner of the consolation game. Glenvige Element- ary Principal James Phares is the tournament director. Admission is $1 for adults and 50 cents for students. Bowhunters kill 23 deer in county Twenty-three deer have already been taken by bowhunters in Gilmer County, according to tags turned into next Monday, Nov. 22 and closes Dec. 4. Gilmer Countians accounted for In an account last week of a surprise anniversary party thrown for Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Messenger we mistakenly reported that they were married in 1952. They were married on Oct. 23, 1942. Copies of Democrat are Community mers Conrad's Motel, i Pioneer Go-Mart Food Bookstore, Inc. PINE MANOR GRC N. Lewis St. ATTENTION HUNTERS We have groat buys all over the store; probably have it and the price is right. 3x9 variable scopes, only 37.95; Leupold scopes, only 99.95; Winchester model 94 94.99; Marlin model 336T 30-30 rifles, Remington model 870 Wingmaster shotgunS, e....... .... ... ..... ...... qualification test. the local office of the Dept. of Natural nine of the bow kills reported, while 11 Bear Whitetail hunter compound bows, only " .." The 1975 graduate of Gilmer Resources. Fifteen of the kills were were taken by out-of-county residents You may i County High School is an assistant bucks, and three by Ohio hunters. Polar II compound bows, only 127.95. missile gunner in the 25th Infantry The bowhunting season opened in The bowhunting success this year We will be open Sunday Nov. 21, 1:30 P.M. qualify for a :. Division. West Virginia on Oct. 16 and will run appears to be headed for a new  ..... J tax-deferred : un Dec. 31. The gun season opens record. Thirty-six bow kills were r l _ _ reported for the entire 1975 record   retirement plan. i ABE Y(*)JT \\; No. 187--Just cross over the bridge to | season; 20 were taken in 1974 ans 11 in ...... " this one. 29 acres with mnh trAr.tnr m 1973, . one, 29 acres wi much tractor, Hunters are reminded that under  | READY TO BUY,ammeadow, creafrtage. I new regulations in effect this year. any If you're among the 40 ". m ...... Solid 2-story barn; view and very | deer killed by bow and arrow must be coveredmillin Americans nOtby any tax-favored 0 I PKOPEffF?___ prtv!te: Jmt $99_ ...... - ..... "l checked in with a Conservation  retirement plan other than .*  No. 146--For be person of he future. | OffiCerstations usednt byat firearmsthe usualhunters.Checking'if a Social may   129 acres, not far from Glenviile. Road | Conservation Officer cannot be qualify for a Metropolitan .* ]j frontage, bottom gound; nice woods, m located, bow kills should be checked in Individual Retirement  B 17-------ql fruit ees; priva!e. Easy terms. Look m with the State Police or the Gilmer Annuity(IRA). i I  ead on th m  ,, i county Sheriff ( With a Metropolitan Life i I LV/elearzsseU=. NO. 192--YOUR DREAM COME TRUE I IRA, you can defer taxes : | . G EORGE_W. ADRIAN AT LAST. 77 acre- parad/se with selid | each year on as much as : r, xcmsiveRepresontative honse. Free gas; electric, m (i Rt. 33&ttg-4mileswes!ofVestol 15% of your earned income,: m Box 25 Private and secluded. With work, a m A complete selection of Quality Built I up to $1,500, and put thm : show place in the making. $21,900. income to work to set up g V AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY yourown retirement plan. . i I I m Phone 269-1510 -- Open Friday til 8 Callyourme...more financiallyand let's plan , :::::::..:::...:::::: Member of W.Va. Mobile Homes o . . mmLmmmm -- ,ndependentfuture. " m,,. 00YmNm1. m HUNTER B. BEAU., JR.  Deeds Recorded i  H 813 Grand Central Avame . . Rock Camp Oil Co. grants to v-w v*'= : i F&00kion I Rbert R Jnes i and gas terests n '" " :=  Office: (3041296-41  55 , acres on Indian Fork, Glenville  SpJQ I Residemm (304)  ,  district. i ! , Mr. and Mrs. WaihnanRuther-  FU - ford grants to Larry Wilfong two acres Where the future is rz)w ! Ot"// L/ on Little Bull Run near Moss, Center Metropolitan Life Ins. CO.. N.Y., N.Y. i 2!2 Main Street, Glenville, West Virginia 26351 m district. Sale Continues .. ................. .-..-.. Minnie Hinzman grants to Ralph 100% Polyester Double-Knit reg. $1.98 Will You / Be Gettin00 A Christ'mas lub 05 Check ? III II J '  __ I I I 1 I . . I IIII If .so, you'll be thanking the stars for your foresight. If not, why don't you come in now and sign yourself up for next year? Think how great it will be to have your Christmas money all saved! And do you know we pay interest on our Christmas Club accounts ? Good deal ? GlenvUle. W.Va.Memfmr FDIC KANAWHA UNION BANK I I I - iio I I I I ' B. Hinzman 9t/ acres on Leading Creek. Troy district. David W. Smith grants to Laurie Ann Smith 41 acres on Poplar Lick of Steer Creek, Center district. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Kline Somerville grant to Mr. and Mrs. Danny Smithson 1.67 acres on Cox's Camp Fork. Troy district. Marriages James Jim Shacideford, 24, and Cathy Annette Furr, 19, of Glenville. William Ray Tonkin. 25, and Hazel Darlene Fisher, 18, of Normantewn. Melvin Hess, 24, of Glenvie and Rebecca Lynne Nicholson, 18, of Letter Gap. REALTOR' Our Best Double-Knit ,reg. $2.9B Now Cotton Flat Fold Cotton bolt Heavy Cotton Krinide reg. $2.79 $1.98/yd Heavy Flannel for Mens shirts Rag $1.98 Cotton Holly Hobby Prints Rag $1.98 Now Brushed Denim Rag $2.49 Now $1.85 yd. Ladies Special Slacks $4.25 pr Wash Cloths 5/$1.00 HOURS: MON-FRI 9 AM-7 PM SAT 9 CLOSED SUNDAY 2 m/los east of Linn on U.S. Rt. 33 at Pickle St. 3 miles west of Mum Bridge 630 Elk St. Gcmaw, W.Va. Ofllce 364,8365, 364.5547 Be the flret! We have just listed beautiful lots by the BurnsvJllo Dam. Open, wooded, High, Startlns at only $950. 130 ACRES, GILMER COUNTY out bids, =Ire=,,,, fruit trees, timber. Only $18,000. RT. 33 Nice home on 5 Acres; 3-4 BR, full buemont, covered patio, unlimited free natural gs. CEDAR CREEK Beautiful 3 BR, on very nice 3 acres; on II0od mad. 1g.995. lirae 2-stery older home--$15,S00. RIVER STREET 2 BR, full basement, oa 2 nice river lots. $15,500. ]'VE STREET 4 BR, grand old 2 story with roam to spare. Only S17,500. 14'x70' MOBILE HOME t973 model; nice at anly t2o0. IN TOWN 2 8tery, 4 BR; city utilities; with plenty of space fro" a garden. $14,905. DOWNTOWN Be close to everythin 8 in this 2 bedroom rancher with above ground full SAND FORK 5 BR, 2 bath; nica lot; hardwood galore in this spacious, grand old 2 story. FOR THE INVESTOR 4 nice rental units, 1 mobile home, tly groesJn 8 $580 monthly. On 25 acres overlooldnl| sur-roandingcoantry side. Many excellent bufldin8 cites. $40.500.AIN many other good rental County. Call! 200 ACRES, GILM][ COUNTY Timber, nice 2 BR, frame house with extra large countJ 200 Acres--S125 PER ACRE. Special Notices [[) We have a large backlog of cash customers wanting nice homeS in the $30-35,000 , range. Call us for all your real estate needs. We're here to serve you. We are making up our winter brochure for distribution all over the country. your property? Please call us for an inspection with no obligation. Evenings Call: Associates: Danny Law--462-5290;, Wendell Hay--765-5164; A.B. Wynne--364-2628,