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4  Glenville Democrat/ Pathflader December 16, 1976, Mencer, Kirkpatrick named top bowlers, Falcons rip GSC in home opener Sundowners maintain lead WOMEN Betty Luzader 251 High Average Elsie Kirkpatrick 233 Elsie Kirkpatrick 169 High Series Sandy Waggoner 160 Elsie Kirkpatrick 597 Reta Kight 154 Edna Collins 551 High Game Leona Beall & Sandy Bobbi Nicholson 225 Waggoner 523 Elsie Kirkpatrick 224 High Series Handicap Sharon Mencer 211 Edna Collins 620 High Game Handicap Bobbi Nicholson 619 Bobbi Nicholson 260 Lois Marks 618 Conservation officers answer 101 complaints Fairmont State Collep ruined Gtenville State's basketball home opener Saturday night as they cruim to a 90-68 victory, The edge came with a ldanco scoring attack by the Falom trod a lopsided scoring effort by the Pioneers. Six Falcons scored in double Iur, while only two Pioneers hit dmfl figures. GSC got superb offelve performances from Charles Wanmr who scored 25 points, blinded 0tat seven assists and grabbed eht rebounds and Tom Coates who so1 24 points. Warner scored most of the nine of 13 field goals from do=e rtm and connected on seven of seem free throws. Coates, a guard, also cored heavily from inside and from tim corner. Glenville's next hishest scorer could muster only four points. Guard Dave Moore led Fsirmoat with 21 points followed by Vance Cart with 19 points. The Falcons hit 54 pet" cent of their field goal attempts whi Glenville connected on 44 per cent of theirs. The Falcons also outreboumied the Pioneers 46 to 29. Neither team had an unusually high amount of turnovers as Glenville turned it over 15 times and Fairmont lost it 14 times. The two teams were never more than six points apart during the opening stages of the first half. The Pioneers even had a mommltary lead with about eight minutes to play in the Jim Mencer and Elsie Kirkpatrick were named bowlers of the week of Dec. 5. Mencer had a series of 587 and Kirkpatrick had a series of 563. The Sundowners maintained their league lead. Members of the Sun- downers are Wanda Self, Ruthie Moss, Rodney Moss and Danny Self. Statistics for the week of Dec. 5 are: MEN High Average Bantz Collins 173 Bob Belcastro 172 Marty Logan 168 High Game Bantz Collins 242 ' Marty Logan 238 Danny Self & Jesse Marks 230 High Game Handicap Jesse Marks 257 Bantz Collins 248 Jim Mencer 243 Hi Series Bob Belcastro 611 Bantz Collins 608 Jim Mencer 587 High Series Handicap Bob Betcastro 635 Jim Mencer 629 Bantz Collins 626 Conservation officers in Gilmer arrests were for carrying a loaded County issued citations and/or arrests firearm in a vehicle, two for hunting between September and Dec. 6 that without permission, one for using reswted in 19 prosecutions. They were tim license of another hunter. assisted by the Gilmer County Sheriff two for failure to exhibit a hunting in one other arrest A total of 101 complaints, iicense, three for illegal possession of including 15 for spotlighting deer and deer or deer parts, one for illegal 20 for illegal hunting were answered burning, two for stream littering, three by the officers. They reported five for littering private property, one for pollution complaints and two for illegal failing to tag a deer, and one for trapping, assault. Two warning citations were Four of the prosecutions and/or issued. The new Ford Anti-Corrosion System is the most advanced we've ever devel- oped. Here's what it means to you. Anti-Corrosion Measures 1. More than twice as much pre- coated steel as ever before. Prior to stamping and assembly, sheet steel gets a corrosion-rQsistant coating that is baked on. This is followed by a zinc-rlch top coating that is also baked on and cured...for high durability. The average use per car of we-coated steel for 1977 has more than doubled over 1976. 3. Vinyl sealer on many critical areas. A tough flexible ma- terial Sprayed on some front fenders and the underside of rear wheelhousings. And we apply vinyl sealing compound on many body seams before they are welded together. Gun-sprayed uminized wax coating. GOes into the lower part of doors, wagon tailgates, wagon spare tire wells, rear quarter panels and wheel- housing. We put it on thick. 5. Gun.sprayed zinc- rich primer. We spray zinc*rich primer in hard-to-reach areas of the car body, to set up a sacrificial barrier against moisture and corrosive chemicals. 6. Anti-corrosion coating on rear wheelhousing. On the edges of rear wheelhouse openings and in the station wagon spare tire well, all 1977 models now have a specially formulated asphalt coating to supplement the spray-applied vinyl sealer. 7. Phosphate bath for tougher paint. Cleans the entire body, The phosphate treatment also creates a better bond between the sheetmetal and the paint. 8. Tough epoxy base primer. Epoxy primer goes on before the final color coat- ing. On some car lines, in various assembly plants. Ford is expanding the use of electrocoat priming in . which the car body is immersed in a tank of primer and charged with electricity that draws the primer like a magnet into hard to reach areas, Plating the body with protection against corrosion. 9. Three applications of finish paint. It's actually a multiple step process: two coats of epoxy primer, then three finish coats of acrylic enamel. 10. Research. At Fords research facility, test cars are both sprayed with a salt solution, driven over dirt and salt-solution wetted roads, and then placed in a heated humidity chamber at 95%-100% humidity and 1201= temperature for 22 hours. This grueling process is repeated for up to sixty cycles (three months) to approximate prolonged exposure lethe kinds of road salting conditions experienced on many highways and roads. Car bodies are selected at random from the production line at North American assembly plants and subjected to tests that insure all processes in the system are under control. Each Ford North American-built 1977 car is subject to the Anti-Corrosion procedure appropri- ate to, its design and manufacture. Naturally, there are differences between car lines and plants. Overall car quality is a lasting commitment at Ford. FORD When America needs a better idea, Ford puts it on wheels. - .... 2. Galvanized steel where it matters. You can't see where we use corrosion-resistant galvanized steel, but we use plenty of it in rocker panels, cowl top panels (unitized body), critical underbody pads, fuel filler doors and Pinto fenders. Ford means quality. See Your Easy.Going Ford Deale00 F denviile State freshman center PIdUip Thomas laY= Put the eutstrethed arm e Fairment's Vance Carr. had a rather easy t/me with the Pioneers as they chalked victory Saturday, Dee. 11. [Democrat photo] half. Coates tipped in a shot to bring GSC to within one at 26-25. Warner was then fouled on a fast break. He hit both free throws and Glenville-had their only lead of the game at 27-26. Fairmont quickly recovered by hitting a field goal and two free throws to move ahead 30-27. They were never seriously challenged the rest of the game.  held a 43,-35 ]Se at halftime. Coates and Ernest Guilliard picked up 1brae fouls in'the, first lalf. Good students Glenville Ford Sales Glenville, W.V. earn a discount If your son or daughter has good grades--you may =ave on auto insurance from Nationwide. Call a Nationwide agent for complete details. Although Tom baskets by Jim Austin in the first two second half, the caught fire and bit goals in the next They led by 14 at eventually points The Pioneers Harvey last week. ldlids 0f as many Pioneers dropped a the Golden Eagles. played in Charleston With just 4:12 State held a scored 12 Glenville scored. the Pioneers missed three one and one Glenvitle by 3O-24 foul shots cam for 23 free throw Tom Coates led alJ points. Warner points, while Joe Arnette scored nine KEN FOGLE$ONG Leem Over Sam Store Phom a241334 Offlee Mo, Tuas, Thurs., Fd. 9-4 WedL, St. 1t-12 4112-E847 Home Anyttme Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company Home Office: Columbus, Ohio Specializing in M0uthwatering SEAFOODS. and TENDER STEAKS A Delicious -- SALAD BAR COCKTAILS made the way you like Paul Coger" FREE glass of wine with your when you mention ttds Ad! 401 E. Third St. WESTON, W.V. Reservations Honored