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Lower Cedar Creek Phone 462-8779 Glenville, WV Phone 462-8888 DEER HUNTERS HEADQUARTERS WE CAN TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR DEER HUNTING NEEDS SCOPES MOUNTED BORE SIGHTED SLINGS b SWIVELS INSTALLED DEER CHECKING STATION, FREE COFFEE 13 South Lewis Street 2-r-jsN Per Pair Pro-Tecta Bedliners for Ford, Chevy and Mid-sized Trucks Includes Bed Liner, Tailgate Cover and Mounting Hardware COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE DRUMS b ROTORS TURNED ROTORS '10.00 We make Road Calls- Call 4112-581)6 or 462-8248 ... after 5 p.m. 462-7366, 462-5820 regular season The Gilmer County High five assists in the victory, held that points in the' School girls basketball teamGilmer was 25 of 71 in the Gilmerthen closed out the regular seasongame fnr 35 percent while Pen- with a 53-33 win over Pennsboro nsboro shot 30 percent {11 of sboro squad Thursday night. 37}. the final two Marcia Moore and Mary Jo Connie Me do ,,s and Monna Ellyson paced the Gilmer Gals Beamer led Gilmer's re- with ten points each. Gilmer end bounders, each grabbing six. regular play with a 15-6 overall Gilmer totaled 39 caroms in the record and 11-2 mark in the Lit- contest. tie Kanawha Conference. The Ladies led 17-6 at the end EllYson notched 10 steals and of the first quarter and then the win. The Gilmer Clay in the tourney on p.m. at the nasium. lin by Kyle Emerson After the opening of deer others didn't see as many as on to ait. During the morning been season on Monday, I should the morning hunt. My afternoon hours, a deer, reportedly a Slore at Cox's| have a really interesting cblumn was a repeat, except that I ac- 4-point, cz n e the barn to in- indication it for this week--right? An avidquired some warmer clothing vestigate, Although David gotseason for hunter who anxiously awaits each season, and who refuses to hold a iob that requires his presence on the opening day, one would expect an interesting account of the downing of a trophy buck. However, those of you who read this column know that I'm not the luckiest hunter around. In fact. deer hunting is usually a complete flop for me. Yet, I will be out there trying at every op- portunity. Deer gun season 1984 was no exception, Early-very early- Monday morning, son Chuck. son-in-law Everett, my uncle Stanley Langford, and I set out for a favorite hunting spot. At least, it's Everett's favorite, since he's bagged a buck there. in almost the same spot, for the last four or five years. We were extremely lucky--everyone announced having seen a few deer, although they couldn't put horns on them. I saw one, or at least caught a fleeting glimpse of one. and froze. Out there all morning like some statue, waiting for a deer to walk by so I could down it! Sounds really foolish, doesn't it? The only challenge is in fin- ding a spot where they travel, sitting down, and waiting. Monday afternoon was more of the same. except that the L and wasn't quite so uncomfor- table. For those wondering about grandson David, he was also out. but close to home. In his mother's care and under her supervision, he took his .410 pump to the barn and sat down off two shots, this one escaped him. But at least he got to see and shoot at one! That's more than the of us can say, Reports from one checking station ind}c te that someone is having luck though. By 7:00 p.m. Monday night, nearly: 40 had least. [ will be times before If past tion, try is all the law of up one of these actually get a it though, I ....... , , ........ .... i L ~ _ - The Sand Fork girls' team won the county girls" championship in the seventh and class. {l-r !ront row) lackie Conley, Loretta Herron, Stephanie Tomblin, Patty Groves, Susle RatlifF. i Includes Mounting b BaJandng This Week's Specials Through Sat., Nov. 30, 1984 ET0/14/Raised Outline White Letter for Dodge Ram 50's Chevy Luvs Eagle Tires 19 17 IR14 Fhestone All Suson -Deer Hunter Special- L78 X 15 Mohawk 6-Ply Tubeless TRUCK TIRES IN STOCK "we euek ate On/ts t/me. Since its introduction tO the professional market over 20 ~arSbeenagO. the PM 10-10S se~ new standards in chain saw technology. 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