Thursday, June 1, 1967

Fred Trainer, at the French Creek Game Farm, has too many bears. He wants to trade some to another state or give them to a zoo. He needs a male otter.

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Z. S. Smith and Walter Jett were in Buckhannon last week to a meeting to plan a school or training session for public officials – county and town. The classes will be taught by a political science professor from West Virginia University and will be for officials from eight or nine counties. Definite dates and place have not been determined but it will be valuable training for elected officials.

Wounded

Word was received Monday that Lowell Underwood was injured in Viet Nam when a tree fell on a tank. He suffered head and back injuries. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Denver Underwood, of Huntersville, and the husband of the former Joyce Circosta, he has been in the midst of heavy fighting.

Westvaco Program

Pocahontas County land owners and organized youth groups received a total of 119,400 free pine seedlings during the past planting season under the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company’s extensive pine regeneration program.

The object of the program is to get four seedlings planted for each tree cut in the counties where Westvaco buys pulpwood. There are no strings attached. The landowners can sell the mature trees to anyone. But the Westvaco forester emphasized that the company expects to be buying pulpwood in the county indefinitely.

Open Church Wedding

There will be an open church wedding for Miss Carolyn Nottingham, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Nottingham, of Dunmore, to Charles Sheets, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sheets, of Green Bank, on Saturday afternoon, June 17, 1967, at three o’clock, at the Green Bank Methodist Church.

A reception will immediately follow in the ceremony at the church.

Everyone is cordially invited.

BIRTHS

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Malcomb, of Wheaton, Maryland, a son named David Barthel. The mother is the former Loretta Townsend, of Marlinton.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper, of Delphi, Indiana, a daughter, Marsha Ann. The mother is the former Sandra May, of Beard.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vance, Jr., of Bartow, a son.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Arbogast, of Bartow, a daughter.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mullens, of Minnehaha Springs, a son.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Greathouse, of Durbin, a daughter.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Parsons, of Marlinton, a son named Michael Allen.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Blake, of Dunmore, a daughter named Carolyn Ann.

DEATHS

Guy Mayse, about 30, was killed in the woods by a falling tree on Elk.

Eliha Hutton Hamrick, age 94, of Slaty Fork; burial in Mingo.

Mrs. Anna Mabel Eary, age 85, of Cass; burial in the Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery.

John Theodore Scott, age 61, of Lawton; burial in the Brownsburg Cemetery.

Guy E. Dean, age 73, of Lobelia; burial in the Hill Cemetery at Lobelia.

Mrs. Virginia Irvine Dunkele, age 56, of Huntington; burial in the McNeel Cemetery in Hillsboro.