Thursday, \r\nFebruary 11, 1965\r\n\r\nAccidents\r\nLewis Gay is home from the Clifton Forge Hospital where he was a patient last week. He is recuperating from some sprains and bruises received when some ensilage fell on him.\r\nAllen Bennett was injured Monday when his car hit a truck near Sidney Goodwyn\u2019s home on Seneca Trail. According to reports he swerved to miss some rocks and struck the truck, knocking it into Mr. Goodwyn\u2019s parked car.\r\nJamie Abdella wrecked Monday near the county line on the Anthony\u2019s Creek road, hitting a horse in the fog. He was brought to the hospital for x-rays but was released.\r\n\r\nCounty Wild Turkey \r\nKill Up\r\nby Wayne Bailey\r\nResearch Biologist, DNR\r\nA total of 211 wild turkeys was reported harvested in Pocahontas County in 1964, an increase of about 40 percent over the 149 reported in 1963. The 1964 kill was the highest since 1959 when 315 were reported. The highest ever reported in the county was 320 in 1955.\r\nOf 303 turkeys banded and released at the point of capture on the Rimel and Neola Game Management Areas in August and September 1964, 46 (15 percent) were reported killed by hunters. This does not include those killed which had been banded and released in previous years.\r\n\r\nQuestions about Welfare\r\nWho are the people receiving Welfare Services in West Virginia?\r\nIn Pocahontas County, as of December 31, 1964, there was a total case load of 631, involving 917 persons, 482 of whom were children.\r\nWhat are the principal factors that cause people to be dependent on Welfare?\r\nInsufficient education and desertion are major factors which leave households unable to obtain basic living needs \u2013 food, clothing, housing and medical care. Other elements include old age and physical disability.\r\n\r\nBIRTHS\r\nBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hise, of Dunmore, a daughter, named Duana Ellen.\r\nBorn to Mr. and Mrs. William Blake, of Clover Lick, a son, named David Allen.\r\nBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pyles, of Seebert, a daughter, named Glenda Irene.\r\nBorn to Rev. and Mrs. Basil Price Sharp, of Kingsport, Tennessee, a daughter, named Heidi Elizabeth.\r\nBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Cooper, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a daughter, named Pamela Traci.\r\nBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Michael, of Mount Rainier, Maryland, a son, named David Lee.\r\n\r\nDEATHS\r\nWardell Townsend, 57, of Arbovale; a veteran of World War II and a lifelong resident of Arbovale. Burial in the Arbovale Cemetery.\r\nWilliam Arthur Lambert, 86, of Durbin; burial in the Arbovale Cemetery.\r\nDency Eddie Sharp, 72, of Fairview, a son of the late William Ewings and Laura Ann Malcomb Sharp. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.\r\nMrs. Lucy Sharp Kelley, 74, of Hitchins, Kentucky, a daughter of the late Issac and Miami Moore Sharp. Burial in Grayson, Kentucky.\r\nMrs. Florence D. Tibbs, 77, of Seebert; born at Mill Point, a daughter of the late Charles and Julia Lee. Funeral service at the Pleasant Green Church in Seebert.\r\nMrs. Florence Tibbs was a lifelong Christian lady whose dedication to her Church and to her Lord was unmovable. She was patient in times of stress, hopeful in times of disappointment, faithful when others were lax and loving where hostility was evident....She served as Church School Superintendent at Pleasant Green Methodist Church for 40 years. During this era in office, her influence spread throughout the community as she diligently trained the children and youth in the Christian Faith. Her teaching, like that of her Lord, was not by work only, but even more so by her deeds. She lived to see two of her Sunday School children enter the Christian ministry, namely Rev. Vernie Bolden, of New York City, and the Rev. Howard W. Hinson, of Washington, D.C.