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girls win county basketball tournamen basketball team Clenville and to the Gilmer School quarter which could have given them the victory. Sand Fork held on for a 19-16 victory. The Panthers' Laura Mills didn't get much help from her teammates as she scored 11 points, but the next highest scorer on the team could muster only two points. Cathy Marks again led the Lions with 10 points. Tanner won the right to meet Sand Fork in the championship when they defeated Troy 28-19. Dienna Gainer led the winners with 11 points, while Tina Burkhammer scored 15 to lead an unbalanced Troy attack. past Norma- raight. Nov. 18. led all l(athy Miller SCorers with six their toughest when they Glenville m on numerous m the. ftmrth Gifts for the Hunter or Fisherman payment will hold gifts until Christmas Rifles Hand Guns Scopes Compound Bows Knives Rods and Reels for hunting and fishing licenses PINE MANOR GROCERY Glenville, WV The Towne store Glenville // New Best Sellers ,one 00With the Wind Troy gave Glenville fits in the consolation game Saturday night before bowing 16-15. Glenville's Myra Chico led all scorers with 10 points. Tina Burkhamer scored six points to lead the Trojans, but she also fouled out of the game Sand Fork had little trouble with Tanner in the championship game as they won 25-16. Marks again led all scorers with 13 points. Dienna Gainer led a balanced Tanner scoring attack with five points. SAND FORK Fouls Points Sherry Roberts 0 2 Cathy Marks 0 16 Wanda Shackleford 1 6 Kay Ratliff O 6 Holly Westbrook 1 2 Carla Cottrell 0 0 Doris Conrad 2 0 Cindy Lowther 2 0 Emma Blake 1 0 Debbie Hardman 1 0 Karen McHenry 1 0 Pam Hickman 1 0 Totals 10 32 NORMANTOWN Brenda Marsh 4 0 Kathy Miller 1 6 Marilyn Frame 0 2 Kim Cain 1 2 Bobby Beall 1 0 Debbie Minney 3 4 Totals 10 14 SAND FORK Sherry Roberts 0 0 Cathy Marks 3 10 Kay Ratliff 3 0 Wanda Shackleford 1 9 Holly Westbrook 0 0 Doris Conrad 1 0 Totals 8 19 GLENVILLE Myra Chico 0 0 Roseann Reale 4 1 Faith Harder 1 0 Sandi Gainer 2 2 Audrey Rose Laura Mills 2 11 Brenda Roberts 3 2 Totals 12 16 Loving Lies TANNER .+ Bev Robinson I 2 Patton Sherri Cain 3 g Dienna Gainer 4 11 and the Kings Cards, Decorations, Party Goods 2:30 Wanted to Buy ,, BEEF & DEER HIDES Jack Garrett Linn, WV 462-7682 THUR-FRI-SAT * INFANTS * GIRLS * IL \\; B YS I:IEE PARKING HOURS: 10-8 Daily 12-6 Sunday WESTON West Second Street E NOW ON YOUR RISTMAS SHOPPIN Fouls Points Janet Bush 1 4 JoAnn Freshour 3 2 Tina Robinson 1 0 Dinal Wade 1 0 Totals 14 28 TROY Tina Burkhamer 4 1 Becky Jordan 1 0 Debbie Moore 5 2 Pat Holleman 4 2 Connie Townsend 4 0 Lesa Moore 1 0 Richie Jenkins 2 0 Totals 21 19 GLKNVILLE Myra Chico 2 10 Roseann Reals 1 0 Faith Harder 1 0 Sandi Gainer 4 1 Laura Mills 5 1 Brenda Roberts 2 4 Totals 1  16 TROY Tina Burkhamer 5 6 Less Moore 3 3 Dabble Moore 3 4 Pat Holleman  2 Connie Townsend  0 Becky Jordan 1 0 Angle Smithson 1 0 Richie Jenkins 1 0 Totals 24 1 SAND FORK Sherry Roberts 1 6 Cathy Marks 3 13 Kay Ratliff 3 0 Wands Shackleford 2 4 Holly Westbrook 1 2 Totals 10 25 TANNER Bev Robinson 3 4 Janet Bush  4 Sherri Cain 2 2 Dienna Gainer 3 JoAnn Freshour 4 0 Tina Robinson 0 I Totals 17 16 Metz, Admir win Motorcycle races Gary Metz of Glenville took first place in the 250cc class during the two-hour Hare Scramble held Nov. 21 at the Almost Heaven Motorcycle Raceway at Baldwin. He was driving a 250 Suzuki. Art Admir, also of Glanville, placed first in the 200cc class riding a 125 Suzuki. Metz and Andy Steals of Belpre. Ohio were favorites to win the overall race title. Staats, riding a 400 Suzuki took the lead at the start and held it during the 17-lap race to win with a two-lap lead. Metz had some spark plug trouble and lost a rear brake after the second lap. but managed to Finish the race on luck. Other finishers were: Mini Class: first, John Browning. Belpre, Ohio. 75 Honda. t00cc Class: firsL Butch Ran- dolph. Reedville. Ohio, 100 Suzuki; Second, Scort Cozzens. Belpre, Ohio. 100 Suzuki; third, Jeff Cozzens, Belpre. Ohio. 100 Suzuki. 200ec Class: second. Ronald Lascar, Reedville, Ohio. 125 Kawasaki; third. Victor Haddox. Parkersburg, 200 Can-Am. 250cc Class: second, Steve Riggins, Little Hocking, Ohio, 250 Suzuki; third, David Settle, Petroleum. 250 Suzuki; fourth, Greff Holden, Clarksburg. 250 Honda. Opencc Class: first. Terry Reid, Bridgeport, 340 Rokon Automatic; second, Mike Villars, Parkersburg. 400 Penton; third, Roy Nichols, Marietta, Ohio. 400 Kawasaki ig:GZ .... ! A Federal ,. income tax :. deduction of i up to $1,500 If I could shOw you a way ; to claim a Federal income tax deduction of as much , as $1,500 every year that you work and use this money to provide for your own retirement, would you " "7 be interested If you're working and not covered by a pension plan I may be able to This results from the Pen- sion Reform Act and if you're not taking advan- tage of fl you're missing out. Let me show you how it : was meant to help you. : Call. HUNTER B. BEALL JR. 813 Grand Central Avenue : Vienna, W.Vs. 106 Offk: 1304111N1 : "Ruklmce (30412Sti363 : o00lan 4 Where the future is now i Idottltlltlm I.He Ins. Co.. N.Y.. N. Y December 2, 1976 LEGAl. N()TI( :E ()F STATE PURCIIASIN(; The Shlh Id WeM Virginia l)urt:htsing Division will accepl sealed bids until 2::R) It.m. 12-9-7fi. (m File 4:t f.r (;hmville Slale College on R( n. No. 163 h,r: Necess.rv lah.r and mattrial lllll *,tuipment o lnshdl recordin:e ,lad playback unit per sper:ificalilms. N=I hid will be cmsidered utdess subrnith.d un f, rms prescribed by an ;iv;vihdle [rt)m the Pllrt h;t:illR Division, Ih!ptlrlm!nl ill Fivlan i! ;,lltl Ad.litfilr;dion. Ro.m W-I:tO. t:;qitol |hitdie,v.. (:h;ll:sllln. rI!S| Vi;'ilH;L HEN E RI ',HRF,( :1 II, DIREr :'rt ,'" _,-2tc The Gienvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder N( ITI :E '10  :REDITORS '1- Ii. Creditors and Beneficbries of Ihe : t!J;lll! )f |alll'S E. M:(:arllltW. (lel.l.-islld: All Imrsoh having claims uRaimd the imlnle 1 hlnt,.s E. Ml:f:al l.r. (h.t:c.ased. whether due r : ml ;,, notifiJ to exhibit same with the voucher * flr.d h,'allv writied h) the un(|ersigmM, at m V (dfi, e. Ro.m 203. Fethr:d BuihJinR. Glenvilh, L+ West Virginia, )n or bef-, c May 24. |977, at 4:00  EH,)k p.m., tflhuwwise, they may by law be . .x, Imh.I fr.m all benefits of said estate. .+ All beneficiaries of said estate may appear ,m .r hat.re said day to examine said ctai.m and  otherwise protect their interests. (;iwm under my h.nd, this the 16th day of " November. 1976, R, TERRY BUI;IIER Commissiener of At:counts Gilmer County. West Virginia 11-2S'2t* % runi s00ee Fabric Width Conversion Chart Iw' f Closed Sunday and Holidays Until Further Notice Hours effective during Winter. 2 miles east of Linn on U.S. RI. 33 at Pickle St. 3 mtlas west of Alton Bridge CHRISTMAS AT SANDY AND ROSE'S FABRIC SHOPPE Sale now going on Co-ordinated Blazers, blouses, skirts and slacks. Polyester Double-Knit slacks, sizes 8-44, only $3.99 pr. Men's Western shirts, sizes s-m-l-, at $5.99 each. 60"-Polyester Double-Knit- at reg. $2.66. now $2.29 yd. 60"-Polyester Double-Knit, 1 section at $1.49 yd. 3 - piece bath-mat sets, ONLY $5.08 set. Bath Towels, $2.00 each--Washcloths, 2S cents o 5/100. NEW SHIPMENT of QUILTING 3 miles below Glenville on Grantsville Road. Rt. 33 & 119 - 4 miles west of Weston A complete selection of Quality Built Homes 12 WIDES, 14 WIDES - DOUBLE WIDES AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED Phone 269-1510 -- Open Friday til 8 p.m. Member of W.Va. Mobile Homes Association Use Our Friday, Satwday, And Momky 111 8 P,M, Begh00 Decen00r 3, ;W6 Open Every Nbht Till 8 P.M. Until i Gem Furniture t 153 Main Avenue Weston, West VklJbde 4 Phone 269-2877 j