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December 12, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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welcome here ~ L~ 2 % Z .Z 2 ;2; G ~T ~J 4 The Glenville i~mocrat/Pathflnder 414 increase over I II I December 11, 1975 Gilmer County's eight stations again registered a record deer kill as the second and final week ended Saturday at 5 p. m. The total of 882 for Gilmer is the highest ever recorded in the county. There is a 414 increase over last year's total of 468. Harry Carpenter, of Medina, Ohio, shot a nice 8 - point buck about 9:30 a. m. on Dec. 4. "This is the first deer I ever killed. said Carpenter. "'and I've been hunting in this area for five or six years." The buck was registered at Heiney's Grocery and Ser~dce Station. Forrest Heiney is Carpenter's brother-in-law. "I shot from 50 yards away and the deer went 25 or 30 feet before it dropped at the bottom of a hill. It was travelling with a seven deer herd." he said. Carpenter shot the deer around the Third Run area. By stations, the following were reported as of 5 p. m. Saturday: Pine Manor Grocery, Glenville reported a total of 171. More deer Career coll scholarships offered Seven full scholarships to the West Virginia Career Colleges will be awarded to high school seniors this year, Stephen A. Callen. WVCC president, has announced. The scholarships will be awarded to the senior who scores the highest on the Business Career Aptitude Test (BCAT} administered at each of the seven Career Colleges in the state. This year's test differs from previous years in that there is no one set date for testing. Seniors may test each Saturday through December 29. However, each Career College has one main testing date for its entrants. Interested seniors should contact the WVCC for more information. The West Virginia Career Colleges are located in seven major cities in the state: Bluefield, Charleston. Clarksburg, Fairmont. Huntington. Morgantown. and Wheeling. The BCAT is prepared by Science Research Associates. Chicago. Illinois. one of the nation's largest educational testing organizations. The test is used to measure aptitudes for secretarial, lllmml Don Wil~oa The 1975 All Little Kanawha Conference team was announced this GILMER COUNTY VARSITY BASKETBALL Dec. 5 Fri. Doddridge Ittal0$ =,,, ColOrful I~cture story paSSeS across dlal as windup music box plays, Tune choice Ages 1 5 TALKINO TELEPIIONE Princess d~al phone Dial, push a button, a vo~:e talkst B,~tetv rot ~/~h~ted Snoopy Home Color Movie.~..no batteries just crank for fun! $neqfll~ MOVIE VIEWER Just put u~ the COntinuous loop color cassette and crank Adlustable focus ~ .... h. tg? n,h BANKAMEm O U Blackbord on one sa3~e, pe~ board On the other 16xt2 ~-m / KNff MAGIC Machin M~kv yo,~t OWe ~atb~e (!Iothes A~tOmahc hand t raok klllltlll~] ttlLIch~o(~ IS (omph.te wllh y~l~} ~IncJ tn.~ttuchOnS office by the Hotline staff. But defect-related or not, we will apply whatever powers the agency can lawfully apply, to help owners solve the problems reported to us. The Hotline's toll-free service is available to callers from Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West ' Virginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania. New Jersey, and Connecticut. In New York the service is available to residents of New York City, Long Island, Buffalo and Rochester. The flee-call area also extends into southern Ohio for residents in the telephone area-code 513 and 614. Auto owners in the lO-state area are urged, if they have problems or information concerning safety-related automobile defects, to call the Auto Safety Hotline in Washington! i G-man Tom Coates, #20, blmps for rebound. YOUR THERMOSTAT DOWN WVU If each family in our service area would turn their thermostat down four degrees this heating season, over 1.5 billion cubic feet of gas could be conserved. That could help mini- You'll save natural gas.., mize cutbacks and that could help save to industry... somebody's job this winter. and help save jobs.. because that's enough gas to run a plastic plant employing about 1200 people, straight through the year. Helping your neighbor has always been part of America, and a lot of people are counting on you to help save gas this year. In the process, you help yourself, too. Wasted gas costs you money. You can help in a lot of other ways. Fix your leaky hot water faucets. Change your furnace filters regularly. Weather-strip your doors. Caulk your windows. Insulate your attic. And send for the gas company brochure on how to save natural gas and money Write Hope Gas, P.O. Box 2450, Clarksburg, W.Va. 26301. HOPE NATURAL GAS COMPANY k DIVISION OF CONSOLIDATED GAS SUPPLY CORPOI~ATION Virginia $27,446 the wvU charge the Gulf Honors during v ,TU Calhoun Braxton Wilt R.W. Spencer Braxton S. Harrison Harrisville Spencer Pennsboro Doddridge Walton R.W. Pennsboro Calhoun Walton S. Harrison Harrisvflle Wirt BoU 'era down the B*g Stripes through the loop No batteries, Easy set up, SPEED $11JNTER SEE 'g TOYS Happy "tatkmg toys that need no batteries Sturdy l~tic. 12 sayings. Ages 2-6. \ OARLAND TRIMS 20-ft. long co4oced tinsel ttims...4dn, round, heavy and full bodied. Chee~y Christmas colors. past week algl( athletes Don offensive with offense. junior, yards, ran yards, and yardage for Those honorable include: Skinner and Boggs and honorable Making ference Danny Smith ble mention honorable and Jeff were recorded here than any of thestenographic, accounting, data pro- 12 Fri. other stations, cessing, clerical, and related careers. * 16 Tue. Butcher's Store. Cox's Mill In addition to the scholarships, 19 Fri. reported their total was 90. drawings will be held for several *Jan. 8 Tue. Ware Store, Cox's Mill reported valuable door prizes at each of the 9 Fri. 125 killed after the two week period, seven schools. 13 Tue. James' Exxon, Lockney had 94 as The test is free, and WVCC 16 Fri. their total, provides the necessary materials. 20 Tue. About 120 were reported at Interested seniors should contact their Somerville Exxon in Linn. high school guidance counselors for *23 Fri. The Paul Cole Grocery in Conings information on registering for the test27 Tue. Harry carpenter of l~ledina, O, with first deer he ever shot in 6 years of registered 100. or the West Virginia Career College, *29 Thurs. hunting. And Siers' Exxon station, Stump- 148 Willey Street, Morgantown, WV Feb. 3 Tue. town registered 97 killed. 26505, phone {304) 296- 8282. 6 Fri. ~ p~ ~ ~ ~m~ ~ ~ ~,~ ~ ~ ~ 12 Thurs. |~,,~/~b,~,~,~l~',~ !t fety hotl alaMe fo WVa :" " '3 '" " i 18 Wed.