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orts The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 10, 1990 1D 27th Annual Tournament of the Greenbrler Valley Women's Bowling Associ&tion Winners (Sweat shirts & Patches) Champions -- Score 3018 Bank ~ members --- Sally Goodall, Betty Ralston, Joanna Villars, Phil Dawson 3001 "-- Channel Dusters -- 2967 Messengers -- 2957 Winners of Team --- Actual or Scratch -- Score 2392 Shortridge, Joan Dowdy, Kathleen Gwinn, Neva Boggs Doubles Champions ---Score 1273 Childers Scott-Hilda Sanford 1229 It.-.. Leigh Ann Brackens-Betty Carola 1222 Colleen Walton-Juanita Ramsey 1221 Elaine Mongold-Shirley Carter 1215 b,.-. Betty NeaI-Joyce Childers 1213 wt,_. Donna Bragg Hazel Evans 1208 !~ Mary Butler-Janey Winebrimmer 1208 Hazel Hanson-Doris Perry 1204 ~'---Sheila Fleshman-Nancy Hunter 1204 Winners of Doubles -- Patches & Scratch) Actual Score 1035 Colleen Walton-Juanita Ramsey Singles Event Winners Hazel Hanson .............................................. 688 DeLong ........................................................... 660 t"" Patricia Harris ............................................................. 654 Walton .......................................................... 644 Banton ........................................................... 633 "- Stephanie Jirka .......................................................... 632 "- Betty Carola .............................................................. 631 Patricia Beverage ...................................................... 631 m.... Doris Perry ............................................................... 631 "-- Sheila Taibott ........................................................... 628 Ann Brackens ........................ i ........................ 628 "-- Phil Dawson ........................................................... 625 a Bragg ........................................................... 625 Continued, page 2-D Martial Arts Group At Local Academy Do Academy of the largest in the history of the 17. Twenty-one stu- completed the and were promoted test consisted of stu- demonstrate self- forms, and vari- skills. from the Le- were Donny and the rank of 5th Gup Stripe) -- Jeff lie, Brian and rank of 6th Gup Harry Lipps to the (Purple Belt)-- Matt Wykle, Alan Talbott and Rick rank of 9th Gup POcahontas County Byrd, Rob- Sandy McCarty, and promoted to 3rd Belt) --- Ron Hall and Jamie VanRaenan to 6th Gup (Green Belt) -- Paul Alderman, Joy Carpenter and Jeremy Hall ad- vanced to 9th Gup (Gold Belt). The test was conducted by Black Belt instructors Eldridge Cool, Jimmy Morgan, Danny Hutchens and Wayne Perkins. Assisting on the testing committee was 1st Gup Jason McClure. Soccer Camp Soccer Camp will be held June 18-23. The first session will be held 9 a.m. to noon for ages 6-10. The second session will be held from 4 p.m.to 7 p.m. for ages 11 and over. This second session is for more ad- vanced players. Sign-up forms will be located at local stores: Aide's, Farmer Mac's, Zap's, Crawford's, and many more. The deadline for all those inter- ested in signing up for Soccer Camp is May 5. Bonanza Tourney Alleghany Highlands Annual Bass Bo- sponsored by Ihlands Chamber SCheduled for Sun- Regis- have been mailed to in the 1989 tour- Who wishes to en- Chamber of Corn- official entry forms. almost number of so pre-registration Js open to any- e and older. The Per team payable in of registration. This entry fee will be S. Forest Service at the lake. It is top award in the $1,000 with other" on the field of partici- will be con- inia Bass Fed- opened for rec- in 1982. The Vir- of Game and In- stocked the lake bass, bluegill, brown trout trout. There of shoreline and the er lake is 12 miles in length. Much of the shoreline is adjacent to the T. M. Gathright Wildlife Management area. By 1992, a new boat ramp, parking area, beach and bathhouse will be completed at the lake in AI- leghany County. 1990 SPARTAN Date Team Tuesday March 27 Hinton Wednesday March 28 Fayetteville (DH) Thursday March 29 Bluefield Friday March 30 Union Monday April 2 Shady Springs Wednesday April 4 Beckley (W.W.H.S.) Friday April 6 AIleghany Wednesday April 11Hinton Thursday April 12 Wellisville (NY(DH) Friday April 13Coppinger Tournament April 16Peterstown April 17Beckley (Coppinger) April 19Princeton April 21Coppinger Tournament April 25Oak Hill April 24Beckley April 26Alleghany April 27Peterstown April 28Coppinger Tournament April 30Shady Springs May 1 Bluefield May 2 Oak Hill May 4 Nicholas May 7 Princeton n May 14 - May 19 Sectionals May 21 - May 29 Ragionals May 30 - May 31 State Tournament One of the most relaxing ways to spend an afternoon is to take a walk through the woods just to do a little sightseeing. Sunday before last, I took my wife, Sherry, and my two children, Scott and Tina, on an adventure to some of the country where I spend a lot of time during the hunting sea- son. We stopped on the way at the playground in the Greenbrier State Forest to let the kids swing and get into the spirit of our trip. While they were swinging, we walked around the picnic area and I took a few close,up pictures of a small yellow flower that grew around the base of the oak trees. We loaded up and went up the mountain. Some parts of the road were a tittle rough and my wife, who is not used to four wheeling, kept grabbing for something to hold on to. A small voice from the back seat told her that there was a hand hold above the door for that purpose. We stopped several times to look over the steep places that give a fantastic view of the valley below. We finally got to the old logging road I wanted to take them for a walk on and pulled over. The first thing we found were some deer tracks in the mud. Just a little further down the trail was a long mud hole filled with frog eggs and tadpoles. Scott dived in up to his elbows to catch some. I was looking for turkey signs but had not seen any fresh scratching. A plane flew over and just as it was going out of hearing, I thought I heard a turkey gobble. I wasn't sure of what I heard and 3:00 in the after- noon is not the usual time to hear a turkey gobbling. We went on down the path to a better location to listen. Just as we entered a low gap in the ridge, a thundering gobble split the air. It was a big gobbler and he was directly across from us on a piney point about 100 yards away. If you think it is hard for a camou- flaged hunter to hide from a gobbler, you should try to get a wife and two kids hidden in the open woods. The turkey gobbled again as we were trying to hide. I got my caller out and made a few yelps. We never heard another gobble but I was sure I could hear him coming through the leaves. It was hard to hear though with all the racket that was going on behind me. Tina had about 10 differ- ent places to scratch, Scott was fighting a fly that was trying to light on his head and my wife was trying to keep from laughing at the kids. The walking sound in the leaves faded away and I knew we had been spotted. If that gobbler had come on in with this circus going on, he wouldn't last two minutes past daylight on opening day. We walked out to where the gob- bler had sounded off and found fresh scratching. It was great for the kids to be a part of the thrill of trying to call up one of nature's most crafty birds. On The Local Front Verdie Honaker is shown with a rainbow trout he caught at Watoga Lake. The big trout was 21 inches long and weighed 3-1/2 pounds. Verdie caught the fish on Berkley Power bait. Verdie Honaker Greenbrier East High School Girls & Boys Track Schedule Tuesday, April 3 Saturday, April 21 Saturday, April 28 Tuesday, May 1 Thursday, May 10 Friday, May 18 Friday, May 25 Saturday, May 26 Gilmer Co. -- GlenvilleState 4:00 p.m. College Times Invitational Relays, 9:00 a.m. East-West Stadium, Fairmont Oak Hill Invitational 10:00 a.m. Coalfield Conference -- 12:30 p.m. Beckley Beckley Invitational 12:30 p.m. RegionaI-Beckley 3:00 p.m. State Meet --- Charleston 4:00 p.m. State Meet -- Charleston 9:00 a.m. i i BASEBALL SCHEDULE Time Place 4:15 Home 4:15 Lewisburg 4:45 Home 4:30 Ronceverte 4:30 Away 4:30 Home 4:30 Away 4:30 Away 4:15 White Sulphur Springs 7:00 Bluefield 4:30 Away 7:30 ' Bluefield 4:30 Away TBA 4:30 Home 4:30 Away 5:00 Home 4:30 Home TBA 4:30 Home 4:00 Away 5:00 Away 4:30 Away 4:30 Home Beckley Bowen Field (Bluefield) Watt Powell Park Charleston FRONT END 4 WD allgnment~911 Itn available v--u =v~ " OIL CHANGES Seneca Mixed Game 1. Tommy Wagner ..................... 185 2. Janet Winebremmer ....... 236-200 3. Jim Evans .............................. 212 4. Barry Morgan ........................ 189 5. Jack Winebremmer. 200-182-198 6. Shirley Workman ................... 190 7. Renetha Sharp ............... 191-190 Series 1. Shirley Workman ................... 519 2. Renetha Sharp ...................... 535 3. Jack Winebremmer ............... 580 4. Jim Evans .............................. 533 5. Tommy Wagner ..................... 527 6. Janet Winebremmer .............. 567 Little Levels Game 1. Tom Sharp ............................ 175 2. Louise Goode ........................ 180 3. Dempsey Beverage ............... 195 4. Lee Kidd ................................ 188 5. Pat Kidd ................................. 175 6. Paul Doss ....................... 172-175 7 Ronnie Madison .................... 191 Series 1. Paul Doss .............................. 488 2. Ronnie Madison .................... 465 3. Sue Beverage ....................... 459 4. Dempsey Beverage ............... 493 5. Pat Kidd ................................. 508 6. Lee Kidd ................................ 508 7. Louise Goode ........................ 468 8. Tom Sharp ............................ 476 Friday Mixed Game 1. Joe Jackson ........................ 190 2. Jack Winebremmer ............. 200 3. Dean Upton .................. 201-197 4. Gene Young ........................ 191 5. Anita Longanacre ................ 201 6. Ray Linton ........................... 193 7. Norma Canaan ..................... 192 8. Jim Evans ............................ 190 9. Judy Hanger ........................ 202 10. Cynthia's May ...................... 194 11. Duane Weikle ...................... 195 12. Clarence Morgan ......... 218-202 13. Pat Beverage ...................... 190 14. Lee Reaser ................... 191-193 Series 1. Joe Jackson ........................ 517 2. Jack W'inebremmer ............. 505 3. Gene Young ........................ 546 4. Anita Longanacre ................ 503 5. Ray Linton ........................... 530 6. Norma Canaan .................... 517 7. Donna Bragg ....................... 502 8. Jim Evans ............................ 518 9. Judy Hanger ........................ 558 10. Cynthia's May ...................... 514 11. Jerry Smith .......................... 508, 12. Eddie Fink ........................... 514 13 Dave Brown ......................... 522 14. Duane Weikle ...................... 557 15. Pat Beverage ...................... 505 16. Lee Reaser ......................... 553 17. Clarence Morgan ................. 579 Blue Grass Game 1. Jr. Ho/liday .......................... 203 2. Austin McMillion .................. 212 3. Steve Beale ......................... 212 4. Bill Berardi ........................... 229 5. Teddy Hanson ..................... 201 6. Charles Krystynak ........ 233-215 7 Lee Reaser .......................... 224 8. Allen Withrow ...................... 206 9. Jack Weeks ......................... 200 10. Dave Gibson ....................... 202 11. Ralph Bostic ........................ 212 12. Bobby Falls .......................... 210 13. Larry Smith .......................... 225 14. Bob Davis ............................ 212 15. Jon Donathan ...................... 201 16. Steve Quick ......................... 208 Series 1. Bob Davis ............................ 560 2. Jon Donathan ...................... 563 3. Ralph Bostic ........................ 593 4. Larry Smith .......................... 545 5. Bobby Falls .......................... 501 6. Jack Weeks ......................... 545 7. ALlen Withrow ...................... 573 8. CharJes Krystynak ............... 606 9. Lee Reaser .......................... 554 10. Pa411 Boggs, Jr ..................... 557 11. Bill Berardi ........................... 571 Greenbrier Comm, Game 1. C. Loudermilk ........................ 234 2. M. Shark ................................ 205 3. B. Akire .................................. 192 4. Jupe Kidd ............................... 191 5. Kenny Baker .......................... 190 6. George Broce ........................ 199 7. Jerry Smith ..................... 211-223 8. Dale Jackson ......................... 193 t9. Jim Hunter ............................. 209 Continued, page 2-D STEVE CLENDENEN d.b.a. 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