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December 20, 1984

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The Olenvflle Democrat-Pathfladmr S 4 ', dat 6J3''. Doug that Bobby Fox will be a solid Smith also noted that John21, at 6:15-8:00 at the GCHS rotating point replacement at either forward Shock, a junior whom Smith gym. They will then participate or guard. He said that Fox is calls "instant offense,' will be in a Holiday Tournament ..l 's ---Titans will run "maybe the best defensive used as a lift. December 27-28, along with va .L' ey include the player, and at certain times he Coach Smith stated thai the Tygarts Valley, Richwood, and 'uY"l Jcl consists of: will be needed for that Titans had a tough schedule this Coalton. ._.1 ][ James and Ron purpose." year, and that, with the excep- The Titans' assistant coach is f0rwards David Smith feels that his big lineup tion of maybe one team, all the Reg Conley and freshman coach ! 7$teve Frame; andis not real quick, but strong teams on the schedule had im- is Rick Kinder. Managers are jay .Chenoweth. defensively and tough inreboun- proved their teams over last Eddie Campbell and Tim Furr, _. ]/ limeup is the quick ding. year. while statisticians are Nikki Or~ of: Doug Mot- Stalnaker, Shanesey, Fox, He cites his toughest teams on Messenger and Missy Minney. L' nesey at point Morris and Peterson were all on- the schedule as Spencer, South and James at the 16-1 junior varsity team last Harrison and Calhoun. Calhoun Lla er Chenoweth oryear, and figure to contribute County has never beaten the Presidem Lincoln's ccessor, An- l ' l;rame playing the strongly to the Titans' success Titans, and Smith noted that drew Johnson, never went to Lc i ns. Smith noted this year. "this could be Calhoun's He had not learnedtowrite l They certainly have the talent." and could barely read when his wife Following Gilmer's opener in undertook teaching him these " ; " nip " Braxton County, they will host skills. Sistersville Friday, December [ @. jump shot at the Bobcat's their seventh victory in . ed Wesleyan's as many starts. rs J and 4-0 in the Rich Moore and Steve Linville )a Squeaked by the paced the Pioneers with 18 Pioneers in ac- points each, while Kenneth night. Taylor netted 17 and Rudy s Dave Smith hit Watts contributed 16 in the loss. B ,m ffao to lift the Bobcats The Pioneers will be idle until 1 T Win over 2-5 Glen- January 2-3, when they travel to ' " remains whsch Fairmont to compete in the Joe Manchin Tournament. s, Saw the game tied January 5 sees the Pioneers ats led 81-78 with traveling to Bluefield to take on , left in the con- Bluefield State and they will lliich Moore jumper travel to Buckhannon for the SCore at 81-81, Wesleyan rematch on January Kenny Prettyman "The Pioneers next home game "~tht'eightsecndsre" will be January lO, whenthey 1 's desperationhost the University of buzzer, ave theCharleston in a 7:30 contest. HOLIDAY GIFT SETS 25 COUNT BOWS ..=.,.,y To s... Aqu Veiva or Lander 2 piece assortment of |e State College by Janice Hens|ey's 14 points, rance sets. stick-on holiday bows. ceerS upped their Maria Lothes had 12, Rhonda ix overall and 3-1 in Hicks 11, and Tina Burkhamer with a 63-41 win and Kim Maynard contributed n-Broaddus Lady 10 points in the win. The loss dropped A-B to 0-4 by four (28-24) overall and 0-2 in the WVC. EACH the Lady PioneersThe Glenville Ladies are idle TOYS AND and outscored theuntil January 12, when they travel to Salem to take on the a 35-17 margin GAMES Lady Tigers. Their next home Regularly To 2.79. 'had five players in contest will be January 22, Wa|tman Checker in the win, paced against Wheeling College. sets, wind-up motor- cycle plus more. BANKS .......1.49 "Virginia ] visionof Mercer County, Boley Lake. has an. Fayette County, Ced Creek the 1985 troutStateParkLakes-GUmerCoumty, DIE CAST will begin theChief Cornstalk Lake.Mason Dece-,ber 30, if County, Curtisville Lake.Marion VEHICLES rJdd conditions County, Dents Run Lake.Marion Regularly 67'. will be given to County, Hurricane Lake-Putgam Freewheeling in the fishingCounty, James P. Bailey Lake- military vehicles, bi-am ual and Mercer County, Krodel Lake- trucks, racers, Eings. Mason County, Larenim Lake- cars and jeeps. Lake trout stockings Mineral County, M/letree Lake- I reted tremendous in- Roane County, Ona Lake-Cabell rr oo eL St years ,because County, Pennsboro Lake-Ritchie Waters are located County. Pinnacle LaEe-Mercer areas with little County, Ridenour Lake- opportunity. Stock- Kanawha County, Tracey Lake- s will average Ritchie County. and Turkey Run trout and pro- Lake-Jackson County. ty for winter Thirty-one other waters listed tch a trophy-sized in the fishing regulations as weekly stockings will be stocked for January during January. Anderson Lake- "Forget injuries, n er f ,t Lake- kir, dne '" ~us GIFT WRAP New Years Eve Dmtce II Will buy raw fur, and deer hides December 21, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Foodland Park,ng Lot in Hays City. EACH 30 square feet jumbo roll or 25 sq. feet con- tinuous fold gift wrap. ENERGIZER BATTERIES To 2.99. D or AA batteries. PACK GIFT BOXES Pack of 2, 3 or 4 holi- day gift boxes in an assortment of sizes. SET 50 LIGHT SET 50 clear or multi coi. ored Christmas tree lights. UL approved. GIRLS' Compare At =15. Girls'leather look pants with zip pockets, side zip seam and other fashion details. Popular colors in sizes 4 to 14. Ddven by r-cwd Motcw BOXED UMBRELLA SETS o O (~ 0 0 0 oo MEN'S AND LADIES' BOXED WALLETS il 1=1 M.stan~ Abo 82 Granada m Low as 1,000 Mikm C ner of Lewis El' Main Sts. Pdces Geod At All Fatuity Dollar Stores Quantities Umlted Foodland Shopping Center Highway 5, Glenville SUI=ER VALUE Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sunday 1-8