Thursday, June 24, 1965

Vic Standa, of the U. S. Forest Service, Bartow Ranger Station, has an article in this month’s West Virginia Conservation magazine on the Gaudineer Scenic Area on Cheat above Durbin. Titled “A Challenge to the Hiker,” it tells of the stand of virgin timber, the beautiful laurel and the northern vegetation found along the several trails, the picnic grounds and Gaudineer Fire Tower.
New Bridge
Work has started on the long-promised bridge across the Greenbrier at Seebert. Delegate Tom Edgar worked long and hard on this project. The single-lane bridge, with promise that a second lane will be added in the future if traffic warrants it, will be constructed of precast cement at the old ferry landing. It will be an above-water bridge with an estimated cost of $110,000.
Brenda Barrett and Jane Dean left Saturday for Washington, D.C., where they will be employed by the U. S. Coastal and Geodetic Survey.

National Science Camp
Opening of the third annual National Youth Science Camp at Camp Pocahontas near Bartow this Sunday, June 27. Senator Robert C. Byrd will be the principal speaker. Congressmen Staggers and Hechler will also be there. Colonel Charles (Chuck) Yeager, the first man to fly faster than sound and a native of West Virginia, will be at the camp July 15 and 16.

Servicemen
Alfred C. Kesler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kesler, of Clover Lick, is serving with the 18th Airborne Corps in the Dominican Republic.
Larry L. Whiting is now serving with the 82 Airborne Division in the Dominican Republic. The 22 year old soldier is an Operations Sergeant of Company “A” 2nd Battalion, 505th Infantry, 82nd Airborne Division based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

BIRTHS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ramsey, of Marlinton, a daughter, named Marsha Kay.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Karl L. Pritt, of Newark, Delaware, a daughter, named Jennifer Dae.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Rose, of Frostburg, Maryland, a daughter, named Carlo Jean.

DEATHS
Mrs. Cora Frances Carpenter, 60, of Marlinton; born at Clover Lick, a daughter of Mrs. Nettie Dilley, of Hinton, and the late Edgar Dilley. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.
Price Kesler, 74, of Cass; a lifelong resident of Cass and a retired farmer. Burial in Wanless Cemetery on Back Mountain.
Burke C. Hayes, 78, of Buckeye; born at Boggs Run, a son of the late Abraham and Margaret Clutter Hayes. Burial in Oak Grove Cemetery in Hillsboro.
Jessie Lee Myers, 41, of Valley Bend, suffered severe internal injuries when a giant log rolled over him. Born at Boyer, a son of Charlie Myers, of Durbin, and the late Sadie Wilfong Myers. Interment in Mountain State Memorial Gardens at Elkins.

LUCK
The god of luck will wind his path
Among the ones who dare to laugh
Who sing a merry roundelay
And paint the clouds that mar the day.
The god of luck will make a king
Of him, who voiceless, still must sing.
He will make young the very old,
Their blessings will be manifold.
The god of luck will wind his path
Among the ones who dare to laugh.
– Arta Nottingham
Chappius

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