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December 9, 1976

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Member in the neighborhood of 50,000 pounds (or 25 tonsl} of must be reposing in the refrigerators, freezers and of Gilmer County honsholds by now. That adds up to slot protein {and fewer calories} than you'd have in of choice sirloin or lean-ground hamburger, at least from the U.S. of Dept. of Agriculture (USDA). Sent to me by outdoor writer Tom Brakefiald, a regular magazine, show that deer meat stacks up compare it with the basic meats that main attraction of most American evening meals. Not only and "shopping" for it beats a trip to the supermarket to the USDA, one 3 -oz. serving of choice sirloin beef contains 13 calories, 16.9 grams of protein and 26.7 grams of fat. A ham is 56.5% water, has a 306 calorie count, 15.9 grams of of fat. The same size serving of regular grind water, has e calorie count of 268, 17.9 grams of protein of fat. he same 3 V=-oz. size portion, the USDA measures count of only 126, 21 grams of protein and only 4.0 grams diet-conscious, food-value-sensitive days. In fact, other ost as high in protein value and low in fats and calories. A 3t/-oz. portion is 73% water, has a calorie count amount of protein as deer, and 5 grams of fat. acquaintance of mine is so slim and trim. He on wild game and his home-raised garden produce, tells me that he does buy. He cans most of his venison, and this is the best way to put up deer meat. I wouldn't "knock" it it, but I think he's missing out on some fine "feedin'" if he a bit different on occasion. me dining on wild game and fish is as much a culinary of getting the game is fun and personal satisfaction. I my first savory serving of wild goose one Christmas day or my first black duck with Cumberland sauce. A rabbit braised in red wine; marinated, then broiled, largemonth before dinner at a fishing camp on Smith Mountain our motor home while camped in the sandhill Shoma, and ringneck pheasant prepared a la Lois (my cl a dozen or more dishes bring back memories of many fine afield. roasts, chops and steaks are fine fare, but if you're on deer this year and don't object to a bit of kitchen advenure, different, something such as these recipes that have Sportsman" magazine: (best cooked in a heavy glazed clay pot, although an Pot will do): Finely dice 6 onions and 1 clove of garlic. Dice 6 size) into 1-in. squares. Put 2 crushed bay leaves, a sprig of and a few sprigs of parsley into a muslin bag. Place pint of white wine and half a pint of red wine. Add simmers on the stove, rub 2-in. cubes of venison with salt flour and saute till brown, using  c. of vegetable or been browned, put it and the oil into the pot, and let it 3 to 3 hours. Remove the spice bag just before serving d of brown rice. of "Deer Sportsman '): Ingredients--2 tbsp. flour, 2 tsp. tap. black pepper, 4 tsp. garlic salt, 1/8 tsp. MSG, dash nutmeg. 8 oil, 2 tbsp. chopped "instant" onions, 3 carrots sliced. 1 beef 1 c. hot water, 2 lbs. venison round steak cut -in. thick. Season-all, pepper, garlic salt, MSG and nutmeg. Pound this into both sides of steak. Brown on both sides in hot oil in a '/kdd onions, carrots, and beef bouillon cube which has been If yon like to cook with wine, replace about one-half of the red wine. Cover and simmer 1 V= hours or until tender. Serves Texu Style {originally appeared in "Easy Game Cone of Williamsburg, Vs.): Ingredients--3 slices of white 8round venison, 2 tap. salt, 1/6 tap. oregano, 1/8 tsp. basil, / c. Finely chopped onion, ,i c. butter, I tbsp. flour, 1 c. milk, gravy. Break bread into small pieces and comtine with the basil, pepper and onion. Blend. Shape meat mixture and chill 15-20 minutes. Brown evenly in skillet with butter. heat to low. cook for 15 minutes. to separate pan. Add flour to drippings in skillet and blend Milk to get gravy and add salt and pepper. Add meatballs to another 5 minutes. Serves six. Gifts for the Hunter or Fisherman payment will hold gifts untii Christmas Rifies Hand Guns Scopes Compound Bows Rods and Reels cares for hunting and fishing licenses PiNE MANOR GROCERY 8treat Glenviile, WV Section A December 9, 1976 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder 5 Cool Ohio produces hot sauger fishing / COUNTY CHAMPS-Sand Fork Junior High's girls basketball team recently won the girls' county basketball tournament. Team members are counter clockwise from Coach Brenda McCartney: Emma Blake, Sherry Roberts, Holly Westbrook, Kay Ratliff, Carla Cottrell, Debbie Hardman, Doris Conrad, Cindy Lowther, Karen McHenry, Cathy Marks, Wanda Shacldeford and Pam Hickman. [Democrat photo] Pioneers host Falcons in first home game The GlanviUe State College basketball team will play their first home game of the season this Saturday night when they take on arch-rival Fairmont State at 8 p.m. The Pioneers take on Morris Harvey in Charleston Thursday, Dec. 9. The Pioneers have won one game and lost two. The last loss came at the hands of West Virginia State on Dec. 2. They were beaten 82-78. GSC trailed by as many as 13 points on three different ocassions but were able to claw their way back to lead the Yellow Jackets 74-72 with 3:14 to play. The teams were tied with less than two minutes to play but State pulled ahead 80-76 on two successive baskets. Robert Hawkins and Torn Coates led the Pioneers in scoring with 19 points each. Hawkins also grabbed 15 rebounds. Edge r Russell led the Yellow Jackets with 19 pnts and freshman center, Percy Anderson chipped in 18 points and 14 rebounds. GSC Coach Jesse Lilly blamed the loss on too many turnovers, poor offensive board play, poor shooting and poor guard play. "We had 27 turnovers. We try to keep our turnovers down to 12 or 14 a game. We'd like to get about 20 offensive rebounds a game, but we only got ten ega inst Sate. They got 21 ," said Lilly. The Pioneers scored more field goals th an the Yellow Jackets, but also comm/tted more fouls. Three Pioneers fouled out. Lilly cm_siders Morris Harvey and Fairmont State the two best fundamental teams in the conference. Morris Harvey, 1-1, lost their last game to major college team Eastern Kentucky, 85-79. The Golden Eagles lost despite a 60 per cent shooting effort. Fairmont State always a league power, is undeated this year although they had to go into overtime to beat West Virginia Wesleyan 83-77 last weekend. Glenville State lost to Wesleyan by four points earlier in the season. Saturday night's game will begin at 8 p.m. A preliminary game between the two school's women's team will precede the men's game. k Fisherman have broken the state seuger record three times during 1976  : in the Ohio River and may break it again before the end of the year, : according to Dave Robinson, wildlife resources fish management adminis- trator. The first fisherman to break the : 1974 18.5-inch, 2.01-pound sauger record this year was Dick Oesterle of Parkersburg who caught a 19.25-inch, : 2.25-pound sauger near Belleville on June 6. Oesterle's record was broken , on Sept. 29 in the Ohio near Wheeling by William Shanks of Bridgeport, Ohio ..... Shanks' record catch was 18.5 inches  long and weighed 2.32 pounds. On Oct. : 8. Fred Price of Belpre, Ohio, caught an 18.75-inch, 2.87-pound sauRer in the ; Belleville pool of the Ohio River. Robinson said, "The sauger is very abundant in the Ohio and November fishing has been very good. However. the sensational fishing being experienced at the moment may slow down any day. Anglers are urged to take advantage of the excellent gauger fishing in the Ohio as soon as possible. The possibility of another record I I WORK BOOTS HEADQUARTERS Insulated - Plain or Steel Toe Heavy Leather Uppers Resists Oil Wafer Pull. Ons or Lace.Up with cushion or Leather Insoles For Long Wearing COMFORT before January is good." The seuger is closely related  i:: the walleye, similar in appearance, ,i active in cold weather and provides : excellent fishing during the winter : months. The best fishing spots for this species are below the Ohio River navigation dams and at the mouths of ibut='y streams. L,ue the walleye, sauger are generally caught near the !' stream bottom with live minnows, i  diving lures and jigs. : GiLMER SHOE SitOP (Opposite Go-Mart)Glenville, W.Va. 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