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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 22, 1990 1B ;on Three Teams By JAMES CREWS Girls' Basketball Wins County Championship Inder 8 Team front row left to right: Jeremy Curtis, David Thomas, Naton Harrel, John Maggianio, Jane Re- ran McGuire. Second row-left to right: Marcus ,y, Amelia Dulee, Tamara Simms, Sarah Wood, ugh, Christol)her Ambler, Kelly Parker. Not pictured: Dr. Don Wood. West Virginia is blessed with thousands of acres of public land to hunt on and when you consider tile land owned by Westvaco which can be hunted on by permit, you have a lot of places to choose from. Here are a few you might want to check out: Edwards Run ts located in Hampshire County in the Eastern Panhandle. The 400 acres was originally pur- chased for its potential as a trout hatchery because of the htgh water quality in the Ed- wards Run Spring. In 1966. the area was assigned a resident wildlife manager to improve the hunting and fishing. There is excellent deer hunt- ing available as well as turkeys, grouse and squirrels. Rabbit htmting is also good in the area. Primitive camping sites are avail- able near the lake. There is a fly fishing only stream and a two- acre pond which has trout, largemouth bass, smalhnouth bass and channel cats. Also located tn Hampshire County is the Nathaniel Moun- tain Public Hunting and Fishing Area. There are good populations of turkey and deer. The squirt'el hunting is predicted to improve. If you like to fish for native trout, you can fish Mill Run. The nearby South Branch of the Potomac River offers great smalhnouth fishing. The camp- ing in the area is primitive to preserve the wilderness-like-at- mosphere. The Teter Creek Public Area is located in Barbour County. This scenic area lies in the Alleghany Plateau and has an average ele- vation of 1,000 feet. The area has 136 acres in which to roaJn. Sports Quiz by Allan Ornstem Under 10 Team front row left to right: Craig Housby, Brian -nrlstopher Wood, Kellen Smith, Luis D. Cordero, Whit- Second'Row left to right: Mark Woolwine, Jacob Brown, Justin Ambler, John Edgar, Justin Mullins. Not pic- and Jason P. Smith. I to right: Luis Cordero, Brad Smith and Ed Brown 1. Name thi~ Viking with the most career sacks. 2. What college did head coach Jerry Burns play for in the 1950 Rose Bowl'? 3. Who has the all-time record for xeceptions on tile Viking team'? 4. What Minnesota Viking has the career record for field goals made? 5. Which Viking quarterback has career high passing yardage? 6. Who is the career leader for yards rushing on the Viking squad? 7. Who has the record number of solo tackles for Minnesota? 8. What Minnesota Viking has the career high number for intercep- tions? 9. What Viking coach has the most victories? 10. Name the only college for which Jerry Burns was head coach. Sports Quiz Answers 12 Team front row left to right: John Kreidler, Brent Claire Painter, Josh Rogers Second row left to Igiano, Timothy Reeker, David Garringer, Derek Not pictured: Jonathan Shearin, Michael Parker. Coach: Tom Edgar. Is Good News I96I '~,',',oI to 1!S,tOA!Ufl "01 (~86I'~'L96I) so!area,u,, 9~I 'lUlga9 pnlt '6 "suofldoaJOlUl. I~ 'asnuJ~I Ined "8 "sapvtel Llq,'I 'lla~pnlg lloas "L -spxz 6L8'~ 'umuad )lanqD '9 'spav, 960'8g 'ulua)IaeJ~ ul~ad "(~ "apmu slvo~l plau gg~ 'xoD paad "I7 "suo!l -daaaa 0017 'lmqs~e~I p~tuqv '8 -tm~ -!qa!l~ 'a "s~i~es 08I 'aall~[ !xe~_!_ ......The Messenger PEOPLE SERVING PEOPLE L. Bruce at Law Randolph Street SUite 29 8 24901 304"645-4182 lal Service JOEL L. McGUIRE SCOTT McGUIRE Owner Taxidermist BULLSEYE SPORTS I 1.2 . y N. Third St. -- P.O. Box 129 Union, WV 24983 202 Mill Hill Dr., White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 i! TRADITION HAWKEN MUZZLELoADER 50-CAL. # 22" Blue~#r Oc~goi/ ,/ , ; LIFE'rIME BLACKPOWDERREI A Clean, Safe Substitute FOr Black Powder Get UP To 30% More Shots Per Pound Than Black 30-06 OR 270 RIFLE SHELLS WARRANIY FLOURS: Tues.- Fri. 9-5; Sat. 9-6; Closed Sunday & Monday open 6 p.m. to 8p.m. Nov. 19,20 & 21 .,~l~trtin MODEL 30AS 30-30 CENTERFIRE RIFLE Finmsl3ed Hardwood Stock With Pistol Grip Brass Beao Front And Adjust3ble Rear Sight (304) 536-3606 Htmting in Teler Creek consists of deer and a variety of srnall genie. There is a 35-acre lake to fish in which is stocked with trout in the spring and in lhe f~dl when hunting season comes in. The lake has a good population of bass, bluegills and catfish. The Parks Division maintains a 20- site camping area with picnic tables, fireplaces arid well water. Closer to home Is the Handley Public Area. Handley is located 13 miles northwest of Marlinton in Pocahontas County. The hunting and fishing area has 778 acres with a variety of wood- lands and lields. The deer and turkey hunting is excellent. There is some duck hunting available along the Wil- liams River. There is great fish- ing in ponds and a six-acre lake. Many of you have been trout fishing in Williams River so you know how good the fishing can be. Greenbrier County is blessed with a variety of good hunting areas. There is also a lot of Westvaco properly which can be hunted on by permit. If you plan to hunt any Westvaco property, you can get your two-year permit by sending $5 to Westvaco Cor- poration, Appalachian Wood- lands, P, O. Box 577. Rupert, WV 25984. Please follow their regulations and remember it Is a privilege to hunt on the land of others. If you would like to trout fish after you hunt, you can go to Anthony Creek on WV 92. This area has an abundance of na- tional forest land and a good population of all game birds and aniinals. , , ,, , , ,,= ,, Let the Know About Yore', Sports ii ....... The Girls Crichton Wildcat Basketball team won the West- ern Greenbrier Championship. During the first night of tourna- ments the Crichton Wildcats knocked off the Rupert Crimson Tide with the final score of 45- 11. Amber Hagy scored 31 points for the Wildcats. Other tean l members scoring were Jody Adkins, Karen Barbe. and Becky Gabbert with four points each. Tammy Harron scored two points. On the second night of the tournaments, Crichton was vic- torious over the Rainelle Rangers to win the Western Greenbrler County Championship. Final score for the game was 31-22. Scorers for the Crlchton team were Amber Hag3, - 23, Jody Adkins - 6, and Karen Barbe - 2. Racquetball League The team of Brenda Smith and Barry Weese are holding on to a close first place over the team of David Meriwelher and Michael Barrl in the Greenbrler Health Center Racquetball League. All players who are interested in playing on a team or entering a team in the 2nd round of play -- beginning Thursday. Novem- ber 29 -- are invited to a compli- mentary playing session to get to See "Racquet", Page 4-B TAPI~5 ---since 1972--- LP's T-Shirts .Tobacco and Cassettes . Rock Videos Tobacco Compact Discs Unique ClothingAccessories Posters Gift Items .Incense Patches Adult Room Jewelry OPEN EVERY DAY -- FREE STOREFRONT PARKING 3708 MacL:orklc Avenue, Charleston, WV 25304 Local Call: 925-TAPE Toll Free: 1"800-28ROCKS WE SHIP STATEWIDE [111 I [ II I I REAL ESTATE PERSONAL PROPERTY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1990 10 AM GAP MILLS, WEST VIRGINIA 5 Drawer Walnut Spool Cabinet Bauera Display Cabinet National Biscuit Display Case Tobacco Cutter The Patton Merchantile of Gap Mills, WV was established around 1928 and is constructed throughout of wormy chestnut. After years of operation Mrs. Nellie Patton is retiring and we will be liquidating the merchandise and real estate for her. COLLECTIBLES REAL ESTATE ,, SIGNS - ADVERTISING COLLECTIBLES 50 Silver Dollars 2 Mt es ! 2 Columbus Show Cases Merdcks Six Cord Soft Finish Spool Cabinet (Round) 1 Exhibition Show Case Co. Pitz Shoe Slzer (wooden) 2 The Sun Mfg. Co. Show Case Wrough Iron Shoe Stool Toledo Scales Linoleum Rack (wooden) Old Puzzles Old (new) Corsets Nails Fairbank Scales Chicken Crates Oil Cans Lanterns Paint, Stain Seed Bins Misc Country Store Items Old Phone Hat Stretcher Frozen Charlotte Dolt {small) Cupie Dolls High Butlon Baby Shoes Misc. Dishes Christmas Ornaments Straw Hats 1 2-Shell Display Case Metal Johnson's Baby Powder Can Prince Albert Display Cases Baskets Wet Vac Bus Seat Fishing Tackle N Clark Silk Spool Thread 0 Wooden Advertising Boxes Feed Scoops V Old Cigar Boxes E Putnam Dyes M Extension Cords B Flash Lights E Old (new) Clothes & Shoes still in boxes R Stove Pipe Early Pennzoil Sign 2 Triple A Rootbeer Sign 4 DelaVal Cream Separater Sign St. Clair Gasoline Sign (porcelain) 5 Pin Ball Machine (working) 1 Advertising Clocks Rainbow Dye Cabinet 9 Wall Telephone 9 Original Winchester Knife Display Case 0 Axe Handles Tools Toasters " Misc. Hardware 8 Track Tapes Plumbing Hanes Display Case 1 2 Safes Old Games & Toys 0 Monkey Socks Wire Basket Display A Comics M Children's Books Cast Iron String Holders N Clarks Emrod.Thread in Boxes 0 Several Baskets & Barrels V Old Bottles E Mall Country Store Paper Holder M Meat Slicer Old Fountain Pens B Smith Corona Typewriter E 4 Drawer Filing Cabinet R Wolverine-Shell Horse Hide Watt Clock Old Calendars 2 Monarch Pin Tickets & Staplers 4 Pegged Oak Stool Wooden Barrels Split Bottom Chairs 1 Warm Morning Wood Slove 9 Sealing Tape Machine 9 Advertising Tins Brooms 0 Clip Boards Old Ties (boys) 1 Double Paper Roll w/String Holder High's Rootbeer Sign 1 Pepsi Black Board Sign 0 Old Coca-Cola Signs A Revolving 2'x3' Knife Case (oak) M Old Oak Spool Case Jewelry Country Store Display Table Old Party Favors Star Thread in Display Case Plus much, much more too numerous to mention. There's something for everyone. Don't miss this sale. Announcements day ol sale take precedence over previous advertisements. TERMS OF SALE: Personal Property: Cash or good check day of sale. positive tD required Real Estate: 10% down day of sale. balance & delivery of deed not exceed 30 days, Owner linancmg with 25% down & 10% APR over 10 years. For Any Additional Details or Information, Call ,J 3," TOMMY GARTEN, WV Lic. 461 (703) 962-1155 DON CHARLTON, WV Lic. 825 (703) 992-5655