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Glenville, West Virginia
November 21, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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4 l~e Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder li 5X':':':-:-:-:-:.:':':-:-:-:.:':':-b:-:,:-:- .... :':':':':':':':-X-:-:-:-:':-:-:-:-:"-:-:.:.:-: :,'.:,:.:.: .:.:,:.5:, iiiiiii !ii .....-. :-:';'b:.: .:+:.:.:, 1 Elk Street assaway, West Virginia Office 364-8365 or 364-5547 Evenings 765-2401 or 765-5164 Exchange: 13.5 acres.wdh 1970 model mob,le" home, drooms, expando living room on blacktop road, all utilities, $14,900.00. Little Otter: Almost new 3 bedroom modular home on 3 big lots near Gassaway. Nice neighborhood, $27,500.00. :;:::::::;: Bug Ridge: bedroom home on beautiful acre and one-iiii!!!ii!i half on blacktop road. Borderspublic hunting area, very near ii ! Sutton Lake Landscaped and fruit trees, $25,000.00. 1..c--..t.,,mer Stat,o.:. room .ou.e, w.o,e.,...., iiiiiiiiiii secluded, private, and excellent huntmg. $151.00 per acre Polemic Run: .83 acres, beaut,ful" remote mountain timberland approximately 8 acres tillable, fruit trees, ddlled well, excellent hunting, $17,50000. Camping Area: Modern bedroomii!i ii conveniences on one acre lot of land, 4,900.00. REMOTE: Run all some timber, ac-:iiiiiii::i "n road, sprl gs, nice place for iiiiiiiii! acres near cessible by old unused county house and garden, $6,400.00. ii!iiiii! iiii! Big Run: 16 acres and a very nice older2 bedroom mobile home, secluded and private but accessible, wooded acreage :.:iiil with enough cleared for lawn and garden. Very good buy at $13,500.00. Route: acres remote but accessible y 115 acres timber, 50 acres tillable, iii :;:.:;:;:,: ,000.00 Bakers Run: 29 really beautiful timbered acres, very near Bakers Run Recreation Area on the Sutton Lake. Old farm, 2 stre m:;, fruit trees, excellent hunting. Remote secluded with difficult access, $7,50000. Buffalo: 56 acres old farm, approximately 12 acres of flat land, 2 streams, fruit trees, no buildings, and timber. Fair i!ill access, $11,500.00. ,.. %....o%. ether on the !!iiiii!ii "m rn'iiiiiiiiii .oo, 30 acres up Tumbl!n Run all in timber, good house site, chimney still standtng, $6,500.00. 70 acres Gilmer County: rivers come to of acres dead flat land. Stand rth mile of dyer frontage, $19,900.00. Near Glenville: 65 acres of timbered land with access from :-!iiii Rt. 33 & 119, good building sites, $12,500.00. iiiiiiiii 33 two miles from Glenville, 2 acre lot with good access, $7,500.00. Glenville: Attractive 6 blacktop road within $16,900.00. room house on 2 acres bordering miles of Glenville. A good buy at HUNTER'S SPECIAL: 246 acres of fine remote marketable timber reported, mountain stream, only acre with liberal terms. ro.., !ii!!!i per iiiii!!iiil -%.-,, i:i:i:i:!:i 153 Acre Nicut Bonanza: 40 acres meadow, pasture and Umber, spring, stream. Free gas, only $22,000.00. ii!iiiiii!i 325 Acre Country Estate: Beautiful modern farm house, gli barn, block garage braiding and much more. Check the low pdce of $49,500.00. Very I,beral terms to farmer. iii!il wells, small stream, le, balance in pasture iiii!iiii! Heaters: acres cellar and outbuildim and timber. Excellent .%..... ..o.... JUST PRINTED OUR NEW LIST OF OVER 60 PROPERTIE OF ALL TYPES.. CALL OR STOP BY FOR FREE LIST! leads up a total of 587 yards on 34 completions, giving him an averaRe ~)f 65.2 yards per game. Sheller edged out West Virginia State's Warren Anderson to take the top pass reception honors. Anderson caught 31 passes for a total yardage of 550 and a 55 yards per game average. Glenville:s Steven Chandler. the only other Pioneer among the top nine pass receivers, was seventh in the standings with 27 completions for 349 GILMER COUNTY AUCTION BARN To~ Tow. Hill Glenv,lle We ,qell antiques, new and u. ed merchandise. Consignments accepted at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. SALES START 6:30 P.M. ROBERT J. BUTCHER KITCHEN TOWELS DISH CLOTHS POT HOLDERS for '75 in pass receivinE \Vhii~ %h.lh,r I.d lh~ pass r,'~,~i',in~ d~;partnmat in l}l,~ \\\:iAC. the Iq~m~urs d~(ln't t;~re that ~,d! in the tinai t.tM ~h~tisti(:s. endin~ up in third pie(:{! ill the %(ruth division behind (;on~)r(i and Slate. (;5(7~, t~)nlerence retord was 2 and 2 for a 55.0 ratin~. Their overall season record was 2-6-1. As a team. GIenville placed third in total yards ~ained via the aerial route with ,oK) completions in 178 pass attempts [(~r a total of 1,248 yards or an average of 138.7 per game. Eleven Pioneer passes were intercepted. Glenville's rushing game. how- ever, was another story. The Pioneers were able to pick up only 782 yards on the ~round placing them last in the Conference. Salem ted the rushing department with a total of 2,264 yards. Fairmont placed second with 2.O86. Glenville's passing game was not enough to pull them up into the top five on total offense. They placed eighth with a total of 2.030 yards-an average of 225,6 yards per game. Fairmont led the Conference in total offense with 3.577 yards. The Pioneers' often brilliant defensive game put them in sixth place in the WVIAC in that department. GSC gave up 2,389 yards in 549 plays for an average of 265.4 yards per game. Of this. Glenville's pass defense gave up 896 yards to opponents and intercepted six aerials. In the rushing department, the Pioneers gave up 1.492 yards. NEW SHIPMENT ON 10 o DISCOUNT WASH CLOTHS BED SPREADS TOSS PILLOW "'ON THE SQUARE" G & J WELDING 148 West Second St. WESTON Phone 269-4303 Complete Radiation Shop Repairs and Recording 24-HOUR SERVICE Conference. gav~ yards in 502 pla~ gave up 2,072 Pioneer derson. completed 42 for a total sixth in the intercepted three Jack Ople Townsend from a Aberdeen Provi~ land. ] bag racks: Ople's None was able to known to be on According Maryland deer 100,000, with restricted Army interfere with tl~ Army has built 31 which a of any deer 5U-yard radius. To obtain must have a Sargeant Billy M. arrangements for group. Then eaCh his gun and prOVe to handle it with slugs are Having ments, four me~t transported to a during the checked at 9:30, During this post attempt U stands. When a a deer, he and checking dressed for Each hunter but he can be one that meets the 50-yard circle' is crippled, that none are be wasted. On a visit summer to hunt. lack 43 deer in He had these. However. trophy, He stated County deer (with a given those found put your foot down for. o Styles may not be the same. These are merely illustrations. /