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port Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, August 25,1987 1B squad opens season High School Football first away game will be against home game will be Herndon on September 4. Game against Marsh Fork The time is 7:30. of Alderson shown accepting the trophy she won in the in Connecticut. Ron Hensley, treasurer of the Men's Organization is shown presenting the Martin captures Championship Trophy to Mike Wylie.. mpionship title att Mike Wylie wins golf in Connecticut ' championship at artin of Alderson just in The 1987 and United States Press Champion- she won First Place Open, 123 ng in at 119 Ibs. was held in New under the P of American g Federation, directed F. Steele and Andrew ~ram. i Ethel also holds Four World Recordsin the National Masters American Powerlifting Federation, for the Squat, Bench Press, Deadlife and Totals, in Women's 114-16 class Ethel is a member of the United State Powerlifting Federation and the American Powerlifting Federation. s sponsors "al Olympics il, when Hardee's !Would be a Platinum 1987 International )lympics Games, restaurant more than just in cash and cause of Special Hardee's also providing Special with food and to meet with g me and Saint in South Bend, Summer Ympics Games week, Hardee's had Promises to the SPecial Olympics. coming in from sale of 32-oz. 13 million Sold), Hardee's in cash and services has more than at the $1,200,000 the star spangled a Mobile serving close )reefs. All pi'ofits products went to Special ardee's also was feeding the 4,700 )r to opening 2 and again Park on also fed soccer Soccer 6 and unteers at the close of the nine-day event on August 7. Hardee's also tookresponsibility for providing commemorative clothing to all the athletes, volunteers, coaches and the organizing committee of the International Summer Special Olympics Games. As such, Hardee's distribited 15,000 t- shirts, 1,000 golf shirts and 5,000 Valley View Golf Club The Men's Organization of Valley View Country Club hosted the Club Championship on August 15 and 16. Low net handicap winner was Mike Justice; first runner-up was Mike Wylie; second runner-up was Earl Dolin; and third place went to Andy Sparks. Mike Wylie defended the title for gross tournament were: first flight, Eckels GIover, second flight, Charlie LaFon; and third flight, Earl Dolin. The Championship Tournament concluded with an awards banquet on Sunday evening at the 19th Hole Restaurant with Margaret Burdette and her staff catering tlie Iow gross champion for the second event. Valley View would like-re- consecutive year; low gress fir~ this opportunity to invite runner-up was Donald Steele;third golfers to the Ray "Red" Vaughn place was Brian Boggs. First place Golf Classic to be played on winners in each flight of the low September 5 and 6. Smack captures volleyball crown The volleyball league tournament concluded Tuesdau. 18th of August, with Smack reigning Supreme. Lewisburg summer finals. Rapp's team captured the regular season championship and will receive a team trophy Members of the Smack team were Denny Wood, Janice Centia, sun visors Each article featured Wendy's advanced through the Nancy Curry, Rick Persinger, th,,LJrw~ec~h .... , .... ,~,~,~,,=c winners bracket, while Smack JoAnne Persin er, Mike Kin ~A ~l~DRT~'~~e~'~v~,,r~.~!:nrugn "~ ';t~le_ rs ~J.~l'ian M.ackey, Gary Peddns, Galya~ alJ,~.,,e"~";~a ,-,,7,,,k,,,-;~.r~n .... ;,.~ BracKet. wenoy s aeteetea ffapp7~Wey, Maryette Harvey, and Tom ............ ., ............. 6ht ............... I~U . - p Ad,,titinn=llv 14=,,-(i=' hrn,,, 15/10, 13/15, 15/6tocapturethe Ungerford Runner u team manv SUDDOrtin~ celebrities to winners .ora cKeL mmacK oereateo members were Dalen Whitt, Darryl mee{ ancl'cheer-on the Snecial Mommas uunch 14/16, 15/0, Bartley, Vernell Coles, Amber ~" 15/7, the Volleybunch 15/3, Rinkle, Karen Goodall, Steve Olympics athletes. Among the celebrities were Hardee's race car 15/5, and Rap 15/4, I5/11. Tennant, Sharon Wolfe, and Hilton drivers Cale Yarborough and Pancho Carter, along with their Hardee's NASCAR and Indy 500 racers; internation~ soccer superstars Pele~ahd Giorgio Canilla; and American indoor soccer stars Gary Hi~tey, Batata and Sidekicks. Another featured celebrity was Har~s MOOSE, who paraded and entertained the athletes in Olympic~Town and at evening festivities t~ughout the Summer Games. Also evident was the Hardee's hot air balloon, which !pwered over the Summer Game~ with the Kellogg's Tony the Tiger balloon. The Hardee's balloon is owned by Boddie-Noell Enterprises, one of the company's largest licensees. Hardee's is the third largest fast food hamburger restaurant chain, operating about 2,800 restaurants in 40 states and 12 foreign countries The company will open its 3,000 unit this year. Labor Day Softball Tournament to be held your own balls. The drawing will be held September 2nd at 7 p.m. at the park. For more ioformation, call 536-2261 or 536-3529. The tournament is being sponsored by the White Sulphur Volunteer Fire Department and the Fire Prevention Department. ~ament will be Park in White September be given for 1st, !ace teams and 1st viduals. be $70 and hit Smack outlasted the Wendy's Tincher. squad defeating them twice 15/9, The league director, Marion 13/15, and in the finals 13/15, Gordon would like to thank all 12 15/7, and 15/9. teams for their assistance and Another team playing in sportsmanship in making the Tuesday's action was the Thunder ,,league succesful. Cats of Kellwood. ~;Plans are already underway for a Individual awards will go to ~ter league. Dettails will be members of both teams in the forthcoming. Sports Briefs Golf Classic to be held at Valley View Country Club The Men's Organization of Valley View Country Club in White Sulphur Springs will host the Ray "Red" Vaughn Memorial Golf Classic on September 5 and 6. (Seven shot from flight elader rule in effect. USGA governs all play.) Saturday's play will end with a cocktail party reception at 6:00 p.m. Sunday will conclude with a cookout and awards banquet Events include: putting contest. Ditching contest, closest to the pin contest and a long drive contest For additional information, call 536-1600. East plays first game August 28 at home ~J~'eenbrier East football SCluad opens the 1987 season with a home game against Covington, Virginia on August28. Admission to games is $3.00 Patrons should use the school entrance and parking lot - NOT the State Fair parking IoL ZIL AUTOMOTIVE ~. Rt, 219 N., Frankford, WV ~' elo. w.. Servicing Farm Equipment With Field Service Avaiiable NOW A STATE INSPECTION STATION ~il zi New Radiators and Tires. Or auto ~ mmerman, Owner/Mechanic; Jr. Mullins, Repairman. repmrs, radiator repair, brake service, oil change & lubes. 497-2399 Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m.- 6 p.m; Sat. 8-12 Noon reenbrier Tractor Sales 645-1711 219 N., Lewisburg, WV For those of you that hunt for mourning doves and some of our federally regulated species, here are the dates: "West Virginia hunting Seasons dates and bag limits for mourning dove, rails, woodcock, and snipe have been established for 1987 according to the Wildlife Resources Division. These regulations were developed within guidelines provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The 1987 seasons and bag limits are, (All dates inclusive): Mourning Dove - Open season Sept. 1-Oct 31, daily bag limit 12, possession limit 24, (Split Season- Dec. 25-Jan. 2); Sora & Virginia Rails - Sept. 1-Nov. 7, daily bag limit 25, possession limit 25; Woodcock - Oct. 17-Dec. 1, daily bag limit 3, possession limit 6; and Common Snipe - Sept. 1-Dec 16, daily bag limit 8, possession limit 16. The shooting hours for dove are from noon to sunset duringthe first segment of the season and from one-half hour before sunrise to sunset during the second segment. The shooting hours for rails, woodcock, and common snipe are from one-half hopr before sunrise to sunset. The 1987-88 West Virginia Migratory Bird Hunting Regula- tions will soon be available at DNR district offices. They may also be obtained by writing to the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Division, 1800 Washington St., East, Chalieston, WV, 25305." On the Local Front There are a lot of fish being caught despite the low water conditions. I have never seen more big catfish being caught. Carlos Hoke, Duane Hoke and David Honaker teamed up to take 15 fish on one outing. They are shown with a 33W', 15 Ib. cat, a 353A'', 20 lb. cat and a 19W' smallmouth. Harry Stover is shown with a catfish that was 37" long and weighed 21 Ibs. Lewis Canterbury of Fort Spring has a 20W' smallmouth John O'Dell caught a 19~A smallmouth on a jitterbug. Linda Flack is shown with what might be a winner in the Aide's Discount Fishingcontest, an 11" redeye. Stanley Grimmett is proud of his catch - a 9W' redeye, which he caught on a beetle spin. Stanley Grimmett Linda Rack Harry Stover (:ado= Hoke, Duane Hoke and David Honaker Lewis Canterbury John O'D~I Union High School sells season tickets The Union High School football seasons tickets are now on sale. The cost is $10.00 for 5 games. Get yours at the Country Store in Union or Pickaway. Try something different.. EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT "Italian Feast" "11 ALL YOU CAN EAT 7.95 EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT "Fish Fry" ALL YOU CAN EAT 7.95 SUNDAY BUFFET EVERY SUNDAY $5.95 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Reservations Suggested Lodging Dining Lounge Banquets Catering 540N. Jefferson St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 304/645.7722