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The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 3, 1990 1B FCI Game ...... 185 .. 192 ..... 199 ......... 190 ............ 198 Series _486 ................................ 487 ...... 538 =a 9Ood Summer Came ........................ 213 ..... 191 ................... 187-188 .... 203 ]8-193 ,~ries 528 ............... 508 .... 598 ........................ 546 Y .......................... 508 ............................ 531 .... 552 Llttle Levels Game .................... 172 ...................... 216-171 .................... 171 ....................... 171 ............................ 170 172 ...................... 176 Series e ............... 491 ...................... 469 215 ................. 199 I .................. 199-192 199 .................. 254-206 :': ...................... 208 ! ................... 192-198 ~-213 204 ........ 204 ...................... 541 S ........................ 566 .................... 519 .... 618 559 .......................... 549 _. 537 Blue Grass Game 1, D Ross ................................ 215 2. James Brooks ...................... 202 3 Gerry White ......................... 214 4 Chester Terry ...................... 221 5. Bob Davis ..................... 214-234 6. Jon Donathan ..................... 228 7. Jim Alvey ............................. 221 8 Lewis Rhodes ...................... 212 9. Dick Scott ............................ 225 10. Teddy Hanson ..................... 204 t 1. Howard (Buck) Mann ........... 200 12, Allen Withrow ...................... 227 13. Lawrence Holliday ............... 223 Series 1. Charles Krystynak ................. 550 2. Alien Withrow ........................ 587 3. Dick Scott .............................. 582 4. Jim Atvey ............................... 582 5. Chris Estep ............................ 553 6 Bob Davis ............................. 632 7 Jon Donathan ........................ 604 8, Terry White ........................... 585 9. James Brooks ........................ 562 Greenbrler Comm. Game 1. Tim Yates .............................. 190 2 Ken Moody ............................ 197 3 Don Meuret ............................ 211 4, Lake Vaughan ....................... 226 5, Kenny Baker .......................... 214 6. C. Loudermilk ................. 199-206 7. Dunz ...................................... 202 8, Aikire .............................. 193-199 Series 1 Randy Dolan ........................ 524 2, AiMre ................................... 565 3. C Loudermilk ...................... 511 4. Mark Carver ......................... 501 5. Larry Allen ........................... 512 6, Jim Hunter ........................... 528 7. F. V. Shockly ....................... 529 8. Lake Vaughan ..................... 553 9. Kenny Baker ........................ 538 10. Ken Moody .......................... 558 11 Danny Crone ............ ......... 512 Rise and Shiners Game t. Sheila Fleshman .................... 180 2. Mary Loudermilk .................... 187 Series 1. Sue Scott ............................... 476 2. Mary Loudermilk .................... 463 3. Nancy Hunter .............................. Town & Country Game 1. Janet Dyche ........................ 226 2. Shirley Workman ................. 192 3. Sharon Hicks ........ 193-203-192 4. Donna Shortridge ................ 200 5. Drenda Givens .................... 192 6. Teresa Davis ....................... 203 7. Sharon Baker ...................... 191 8. M. E. Windon ....................... 202 9. Betty Martin ........................ 202 10. Mary Griffith ...................... 192 Series 1, Mary Griftith ......................... 501 2. Norma Canaan .................... 535 3. Betty Martin ......................... 531 4. Donna Canaan .................... 502 5. Malty Windon ..................... 543 6. Mary Ellen Windon .............. 512 7. Drenda Givens .................... 518 8. Sharon Hicks ....................... 588 9. Donna Shortridge ................ 538 10, Shirley Workman ................. 522 11. Janet Dyche ........................ 553 12, Carol Bostic ......................... 511 Senior Citizens March 20th Game 1. Doris Perry ............................ 171 2. Paul Doss .............................. 163 3. Neva Bryant .......................... 170 4. Dove Gibson .................. 191-190 5, Betty Ralston ......................... 170 6. Bill Mackawicz ....................... 167 7. Vada Woodson ..................... 167 8. Jack Burkey ........................... 162 9. Bill Meadows .................. 164-193 Series 1. Ruth Shafer ........................... 462 2. Doris Perry ............................ 454 3. Dove Gibson .......................... 539 4. Vada Woodson ..................... 457 5. Bill Meadows ......................... 514 6. Neva Bryant .......................... 460 Disney Characters Game 1. Patty Totten ........................... 192 2. Sue Scott ............................... 176 3, Betty Martin ........................... 180 4. Colleen Walton ............... 189-192 5. Juanita Ramsey ..................... 199 6. Sandy Wykle ......................... 205 Series 1. Cyndi Carr ............................. 478 2. Sandy Wykle ........................ 468 3. Colleen Walton ...................... 531 Valley Church 4 Juanita Ramsey ..................... 509 Game 5. Betty Martin ........................... 482 1. Paul Boggs, Jr ............... 203-222 6. Sue Scott ............................... 497 2 A[ Chapman ........................... 227 7. Patty Totte~ ........................... 489 3. Ralph Bostic ................... 203-211 4. Clayton Hutsenpiltar .............. 217 Man's Association Tournament 5. Anus Reinkopes .................... 201 Team 6, Chester Terry ........................ 224 1. Jims Furniture ....... 3019 $193.80 2. Zap's Arcade & Subs Series .................................. 3000 $129,20 1. Ray Oxier .............................. 516 Doubles 2. Bill Berardi ............................. 516 1. Darryl Austin & Jack Weeks 3, Chester Terry ........................ 541 ................................. 13105116.60 4, Anus Reinkopes ................... 545 2. Forest Robinson & 5. Dave Gibson .......................... 533 Anus Remkopes ..... 1285 $62.00 6. Clayton Hulsenpillar .............. 521 3. Dean Upton & Lloyd Quick 7. Ralph Bostic .......................... 588 .................................... 1254 $42.00 8. Paul Boggs, Jr ....................... 527 4, Anus Reir, kooes & Butch Hickman ...... 1230 $31.00 Singles 1, Darryl Austin .............. 671 $92.20 2. Butch Hickman .......... 657 $47.20 Women's Final in 3. w. G. Burns ............... 654 $33.00 Next Weeks Paper! 4. F. V. Shockley ........... 646 $22.00 5. Dennis Austin ............ 641 $13.00 6. Howard Cody ............... 639 $9.00 7. Danny Glover .............. 635 $8,00 All Events Handicap 1898 $50.00 4. Dennis Austin ................ 1864 $13.00 1880 $25.00 5. Butch Hickman ................ 1863 $9.00 1879 $18.00 6. F. V. Shockley ................. 1847 $5.00 All Events Scratch 1. Wayne Quick ................. 1700 $25.00 r The best things in the Greater | Greenbrier Valley are free... | I cluding The Mountain Messenger Special~! Closeout 89 Mountain Bikes Spirit Adventures 104 Foster Street, Lewisburg 645-2093 HUNTING ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 9 AM-5 PM to 4 PM RSHING SPORTSWEAR & SHOES CAMPING CANOE & BIKE RENTAL CHUCK WORKMAN - Owner W.VA. PHONE: 304-799-4050 at &W-MI-DEL-ECA Resort fi Hourly and Daily Rates Call 645-SHAW d.b.a. 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Order yours today! $23.54 & $1.41 WV tax & $4.00 shipping [3 I SURPRISING WORLD OF PRODUCTS ; I07-B East Washington Street, Dept. MR I Lewisburg, W.Va. 24901-1427 Enclosed Is $28.95". Rush my Wooden Bead Seat immediatelyl NAME SHIPPING ADDRESS {no p.o. M=e~ ~m} CITY STATE ZIP, Out-of-state residents deduct $1.41 WV tax PHONE I went on my first spring gobbler scouting trip last week and was happy to see lots of fresh turkey sign. I did not hear any gobblers sounding off but I got a late start that morning. rve heard lots of reports of gob- bling birds, especially in the Bluestone area. The weather is a good bit warmer and the birds there are usually a week or two ahead of the ones in my hunting area. I found lots of droppings and a good bit of fresh scratching. Some tracks I am sure belonged to a mon- ster gobbler. I located three areas in which the turkeys were working. It seemed like they had each estab- lished their own area and there were little or no sign in between the differ- ent bunches. Once you locate where the hens are spending their time, you have found your gobbler. rye been told that the turkey hens will return to nest in the same area where they were raised. There should be some heavy gobblers taken this spring with all the food that was available this year. I found lots of oak mast and grapes so the birds still have plenty to eat. I was scouting in the same area where I let a nice gobblerget away .from me two days in a row. I had this gobbler within 25 yards of me and messed up both times. I missed him the first day and he was too quick for me to even get a shot at on the second day. it is a sick feeling to let a bird get away when you get him that close, but to do it two days in a row is unbelievable. I was with my dad on this scout- ing trip and we were swapping sto- ries as we walked. Dad told me he had put his full choke barrel on his shotgun so he would not forget it. It was two years ago that Dad had a nice gobbler coming in when he no- ticed he had left his improved cylin- der barrel on his shotgun. The tur- key came close enough to kill with the full choke but not with the open choke. A good way to avoid making the same mistake is to remember what you did wrong. I got in the bad habit a few years ago of lifting my cheek from the stock of my shotgun. This caused me to shoot over top of several nice gobblers before I got myself cured of that bad habit. When I look down the barrel at a gobbler these days, I keep my cheek glued to that stock. On the Local Front Two local fishermen caught big smallmouth bass. Richard Weikel caught a 21-inch smallmouth bass that weighed 4 pounds, 2 ounces. Charles Price caught a 19-inch smallmouth that weighed 3 pounds, 1 3 ounces. 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