Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1948 · Page 19
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, December 8, 1948
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KEYSER And West Virginia iVcws Evening Times, Wednesday. December S, lit IS High Illegal Deer Kill In Tucker County Ignorance Bl;nne<l; Three Goals Sliot In Mistake For Bucks Legion Head To-Visit Post Id R. Wll.son Night."! (I, S 13. n-., ;it the! PARSONS. W. Va.—Fanners, land owners, sportsmen ajid conscrvatior, officers ol Tucker county arc aroused over the heavy illes'il kill, the largest in Lhc history of dcerj hunting. Fielding Kyer, conserve-j lion officer for Tucker county, said; today. Compared to thc 52S deer legally killed in the county during ihc six- day period, there were' more than 350 illegal does, spike bucks'and| fawns slaughtered with less than 251 salvaged for meat before they spoiled. Thc waste is estimated at more than $17,500. Because of the poor sportsmanship shown during thc recent season "Hunter's Paradise", 39.000 acres ol land in thc heart of Canaan Valley, may be closed to hunters next year. Conservation officers slated that 11 T I , 'p 'I the season showed tl-.c lowest type! U H OCclleLj IXCOOrU of sportsmanship, much of which; 1 they feel is due to thc ignorance of! hunters from out-of-stat-c and from] the larger cities of thc EUtc. Many! of these men have never seen aj deer. Kyer said. That fact is substantiated by thc killing and stabbing of three soats before thc hunters realised they had not killed deer. Thc legal kill in this county has decreased in thc past two years and DLitrict Conservation Officer Roy Stewart, of Charleston, said that it is due to the large number oi'j Illegal kills. Liust year over VISIT—David "R. Wil•son, Clarksburg, -W. Va., commander of. Ihe Department of "West ' Virginia, American -Legion, will speak at a meeting of Hampshire Post No. 91, Romncy, W. Va,, Monday night at S p. m. Palleson Keeps Held Slulc, CoiMily Municipal Positions "RQA-TNEY. W. Va.— Hampshire Po.s;. Js'o. ,0], American legion, will celebrate "Donnld noxu-Monday m, American Lesion Hall. •Wilson is the commander of thcj > Department of West Virginia Amcr- : 'ican "Legion, and will deliver an «6-'< I dress 1 on "Americanism." : ' Thirty .'cfinclidiiics will receive the; i initiatory decree conferred by S. H.| i Stone.,'lirst vice commander of lhc| 1 Department of \Vcst Virgin!:). : .Commander David Shear will :ilsO| present to Cominandci 1 V/ilson thc membership cards of over 100 members-secured by the post during ilsTuiTcnt drive. Following thc meeting refrcslimenls will be served by members ol 1 the .Ladies Auxiliary. . Ccmmander Wilson is a your.g at- tonrcy in Clarksburg, and Is thc first. World Wnr II veteran to hold lhis_ office. J3ejv!as born on May 17, 1917, in Clarksburg and was graduated from Washington Irving High School in •1935.-'Hc received a bachelor of arts :d,'Cgi'pp,7, from Princeton University in 1939 and a bachelor of laws cic- grec'-"from the University of Vir- ginYiiv 1942. ';Corn,ma:ic'cr Wilson returned to Clarksburg after receiving his law degree"'and became associated with tlie'!law firm of Stcptoc and John- soli .^However, his career was inicr- ru'ptc5''whcii World War n began i unn-'rie unlisted as a, private ir. the | Army" in June, 3942. He advanced I through thc ranks and was dis- | charged as a captain in October, ! 1945. He now holds a reserve commission as captain in thc Judge Advocate General's Department. Commander Wilson served M months overseas in thc European- African-Middle Eastern Theater MT. HOPE, W. Va.—(/'!>—Okey L. and was awarded bat'Jc stars for Pattc.son entered his cnmpaign" for] th' North Appcnnines, governor of West Virginia with a Rhincland and Southern Prance |-j PASTOR. INSTALLED—Rev. Robert JI. Cnmpbell, Th.M., (center), was installed as pastor of Piedmont Presbyterian Church in ceremonies conducted by Presbyterian clergymen of the section Sunday. In the picture, left to right, arc Kcv. William A. Eiscnberger, pastor of First Presbyterian Church. Cumberland: Rev, Chalmers H.' Oosliorn. pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Lonaconing; Dr. Robert B. Woodworth, an .cider, of Burlington. W. Va.; Rev. record of no defeats in a political contest, A Democrat, he also brought to the campaign an intimate knowledge of government'on municipal, county and state levels. He served as > i member of the Mount Hope City i Council for 1'J years, as president of Illegal kills were found during the I"'cFaycltc County Court, »s sheriff • of Paycttc County and finally as I executive assistant to Gov. Clarence Meadows. Although the last post, gave liim valuable experience, it also gained j sea.'.on. Like Small War Kyer declared that more than 6.000 hunters were in thc woods during the week and from 7 until! vigorous criticism from 8 a, m. on the opening day in I primary opponents. They Canaan Valley approximately JD.OOoUhat Meadows was in effect trying rounds of ammunition was used.! to perpetuate himself in office by Kyer, a veteran of World War IT, i .supporting his assistant for the said that the rifle gunfire was as'nomination. •: bad as some of thc battles in] However, after'a primary fought Franco. i with an intensity .peculiar to Demo- Two instances of poor sportsman-jcratic politics in West Virginia, Pat- ship were eitod today by Kyer. Oncjteson gained thc nomination by humer reported to officers. He was I more than Cl.OOO votes over his talking to out-of-statc hunters nearest -opponent, James Kay; when one said, "Well, I got my 515 Thomas. • | worth, even if I don't take a" deer Pa lie-son was born in Mingcij home. I put four perfect shots into county in-1898 but moved to I'aycitei that many doc this morning." Kis county while he was ' young. Hcj out-of-statc companion said, "You! received his education in the 3 V campaigns. Upon dischai'gc he returned to his former connection with Steptoe and Johnson-in Clarksburg and became au'activc member of noy-E. Parrish Post No. 13. He was named post coirjmaridcr in 1946 and coinmandcr|Wa.s honored of-the-Third West Virginia. District binlidny w;ih Boy Entertained On 14-th 'Birthday THOMAS. irn947.,Wilson was elected department commander at the stale con- Huntington, August lli. •He-is active in the Lions Club, Red Cross and other civic organiza- given by his gucriic Ours, <c u ward Ours. present W. Vii. —u'olin Ours on his j a birthday pnriy ir.otlicr, Mrs, Mart the home of £d- William Thomas iv ere Phclps. Ricliurd Stunns, ions in Clarksburg, besides beingjCarr,. Paul Dawson, Donald Huff- 7\rvin Hummer, Carl Kerns, Jane Phillips. Shirley Wcb- Socicly..Hc is married and lias two'sicr. Regina Gcran, Joan Root., sons. • Jeanne Schoonovcr, Tda Copper, Commiuider Wilson will be nc- Joan Homnn. Dolores Jones, Joseph compsnicd by R. A. Toms, assistant Greco. William Snyder. Rnbcrt state"adjutant. Vnager. Edward Qua'ttro and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ours. Personals Miss Louise Frincc. Clnrkaburg, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prince. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pctrcihi. arc Democratic | a member of the Board of Directors! man, cy chni-ed' o f tlic Stalc Crippled Childrcn'sjMary Organ Concert " i /*''I 1 At L-JU UJ'Cl.l MOOREP1ELD. W. Va,—Dr. i, head of the musv public .schools and West Virginia Wesleyan College at Buck- got four, I got six." One woman who reported her kill remarked to another hunter, • i Howj' 1!tnn on, where he received his A.B. ' Returning' to 1 Mount Hope. Patlc- come so many of the deer do not have horns? I had to kill five before I found one with horns." k Deer hunters who checked their "kills at Wordcn's Hotel. Davis, were surprised when they estimated the weight of their kill. Game technicians from Charleston spent the week in Davis checking the actual weight, length and size of the game to ascertain what can be done to develop better herds nnd how to replenish them. The records will also be used to deckle If the- animals of this county are crowing smaller, a fact commonly believed. The deer however, were in pood condition and were fat and sleek. No Accidents Kcportcd TueJ:er county went without _,_ , „_ ...„.„.. ... single accident for the second con-1 favor "of a r'cvision"o'f"The"tax"s3'S- Sfieph'erdstown, gave an organ recital- in thc Presbyterian Church a recent evening. Tlic recital was sponsored by the elementary music department of the son politics .with a career as an auto mobile dealer arid real estate broker. . Patlcson is a member of the Methodist church, the Masonic lodge. Knights Templar, the Shrine, the Moose lodge. Lions International, tiic Chamber of Commerce, the American Lcplon and the Sons o£ the American Revolution. Pattcson staged-an energetic campaign that took him to nearly every corner, of the state. Ho based his campaign principally on 1G years of Hardy- County Schools fol- , • • , * . . -i riarov oounty otiiuuiii. J.L wtta JLU- .mixed county, and municipal j/ b reception, at which Dr. 1r«t: lITItll n f*tr-nnt- IT- n M 'lllt-II- *"*1*-^* l°*J " •.\-*."K°' "«', "« what he described as a successful Democratic .administration. He particularly championed an extension of the farm-to-market a!road system, pronounced himself in secutivc year, but one death from a heart attack was reported. Elmer Hupp, 49, Buckhannon, died of a heart attack after killing a seven- point, 140-pound buck. Fire departments were called out' Icra to raise more funds for municipalities and schools and advocated j a state referendum to determine j whether 'the state should give a I bonus to World War II veterans. Parnsworth and thc alumni of Shepherd college were guests. Personals Mrs.' Mary Glower has returned from Myers ClirJc. PhilippI, where she wns a patient two weeks, Judge G. W. McCaulcy returned from Memorial Hospital. Cumberland 1 , where he was a. patient ten days, •' Constance MacCorklc visiting friends in Hartford. Conn Clarksbnrc. is Mrs. Edward! Mrs. Dcssic Burton a guest of Mr. and Ours. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowers and son Thomas, Jr.. returned i.o Cleveland after visiting Mrs. Ann,- 1 . Osrctka. Rodney Kight, student ,it West Virginia University, visited his parents, Mr. ar.d Mrs. D. H. Kight. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Parsons and Prank Udovich, Jr., visited in Morgantown, Ernest ColubrcoC was in Clarksburg on business. Troy Ycagcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. John YciiRer, Jr.. returned from Davis Memorial Hospital, Elkins. where he underwent a minor opcra- twice during the week to search foriivr,.,. r),,,.,,..... hunters. Parsons firemen searched ,\ lrs> Uinlc ' m the woods at the Douglas Canyon | JTo Ladies Bible Class section for seven hours for S. R.I . Williams, 64, who had not returned THOMAS. W. Va. — Mrs. gone to Burlington to spend thc winter, at Thc Old Homestead Inn. Mr.->and Mrs. Wilson Zirk an- nouneg.'thc birth of a daughter m Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. Airs. Clyde Ours, who was ircatcd several, weeks in University Hospital, Charlottesville, Va., has returned to her home here much Improved. Tony Sec, Baltimore, visited Mr. and. Mrs. H. C. Kuykcnda;]. Miss Lizzie Williams, who spent several months at Junction with of the Cumberland Division. :md Mrs. --Blanche High, has cntnreci i Warren Fryc, RCncral yarclmastcr Lhc .Hillcrcsl Home, 315 Eaot Cork here, explained the smai: size of thc Railroad Assures Aid At Crossing KEYSER, V,'. Va.—Thc Muyor and Council were informed yesterday byj Baltimore and Ohio Railroad offi-| cials that they would attempt to; keep freight trains from blockinsrp , the Main Street crossing. ii OlOlilclC R. A. J. Morrison, superintendent; ! Campbell, Rev. Taylor O. Bird, pastor of the Bethel, Pattersons Creek and Springfield, W. Va., Presbyterian churches: Rev. Stanley H. Jewell, pastor of Barton Presbyterian Church, and J. E. Johnson, o; Keyser. an elder. Dr. Woodworth was in charge of the installation of Rev. Campbell, formerly pastor at Southminstcr Presbyterian Church, Cumberland. All Presbyterian congregations of the district sent representatives to the ceremony. Toleda-DiBacco \EngageJnent Told : THOMAS, W. Vn. — Mayor ajid Mrs. Carmen DiBacco announce the 'engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Sajnuel Lewis Toteda, son of Mrs, Mary Toteda, Hartford, Conn., "and James Toteda. San Diego, The ceremony will be performed after Christmas. Miss DiBacco was graduated from Thomas High School in the class of 1946. She attended West, Virginia University for two years, where she- w-as a member of the Press Club. II Circola Italiano. Italian honorary society; La Hcrtulia, Spanish honorary society, and the Newman Club. Mr. Toledo attended schools in Hartford and was graduated from Thomas High School in 1946. In his senior year he was captain of both the football and basketball teams and was awarded a medal for best all-around athlete. He is employed by the Silex Company in Hartford. Duck Season Begins Friday CHARLESTON. W. Va. — Beginning .December 10 at noon, West Vh'slnln duck :ind ROOM hunters will have 30 dnys In which to pursue their sport. The season ivlll end one hour before sunset on January 8. Federal regulations re- qyire that all hunters above 16 years must have federal duck stamps. ' ' Tho Conservation Commission said this week that, while some ducts and geese had been reported, no large numbers yet had been sighted on streams in tiis state. It is probable, though, officials stated, that the usual number will mate their appearance during the season. Except on the opening day, shooting time is from one-hall hour before to one hour before sunset. Daily limits are: Ducks (except wood ducks and American red- breasted mergansers), four in the aggregate, all species; possession limit, two daily limits except on opening day; geese, daily and pos- j session, one Canada goose or its subspecies or one white-fronted goose, and ill addition, three blue geese; raiJs (other than sora), gallinules and coot: daily, not more than 15 .In the aggregate, all species; possession, coot 15, other species no restriction except on opening day. Hunting of wood ducks, woodcock and mourning doves is prohibited in. West Virginia. Interstate shipment of migratory game birds alter more than 48 hours following the close of the season is prohibited. A new regulation requires that hunters, when transporting ducks or geese, leave head plumage and feet attached. Commissioner H. A. Rider of Ohio recently was quoted in Ohio Conservation Bulletin as saying Ohio hunters had been shooting waterfowl on the Ohio river and then retrieving these from the river. He reminded them that none or the Ohio river water arc within the boundaries of Ohio, and that in. 1 addition to violation ol Kentucky, West Virginia and federal regulations, o/Tonders might be charged with violating the Lacy act which prohibits the transporting of illegal game from one state to another. Paw Paw Mayors i Ca r .Dest.rovecJ B v Fi re PAW PAW, W. Va.—Fire of un determined orgin recently destroyed the Chevrolet sedan of Mayor Rob- bwt W. Fawver while he was hunt- UlR. Local firemen went to the scene on Route 9. between Largcnt and I the farm of Ernest Henderson, bur, I were unable to get there in time to save the car. BUSS FORTRESS I—Miss Helen Funk, (above), was chosen by the .students of Fort Ash by High School as "Miss Fortress I'' and was crowned nt the "Miss Fortress Ball" at the school a recent night. J. P. Judy, principal, presided at the coronation ceremonies. The event was sponsored by the staff of "The Fortress." school newspaper, and the Senior Class, and will be an annual event. Alice to his car after hunting. However, i Duncan • recently entertained her Street, Winchester, Va. .Mi., and Mrs. George E, Fisher announce the birth of a daughter, 'Hilda Lee "Fisher. Two types of hand-operated fire _ called!extinguishers for thc city police lie bec^mc''lo V st\nd'th7^i^^l™i]ncVun s T^c^^ a mes ofVecret'sisters |,lo"CharloUesvmc Va.. Sunday to j cruiser were exhibited by Clyde La- he came in thc next morning, saidlLadics Bible Class. Following the Keyser railroncl yards makes it difficult to make up trains without blocking the crossing. -Mrs: -E. Bruce Allen be with-her son, Edwin Allen, stu- Rue. dark to find his way out. , IV'" •"•'""»"-*" «"" '"••«' -joun.-.-. i , -. v - )hB TTnivrrsitv of virtiva Davis Volunteer Firemen looked'drawn. It was announced the ship-, c - a> -- ue ^''" cr5H -> 01 vi'e'"" 1 . aU Saturday night for Homer Rich-lmcnt of lies' to be sold for Christ-1" ho .'": *'P atlfin£ ln tllc ards, 24, of Parkersburg. who failed!mas has arrived. Refreshments HQSpiUL- LaRuc pointed out that on occasions police arrive at tlic scene if. a fire before thc fire truck and to return at dark in the Red Run icctton Forest. of Monongahcla National were, served. Present were Mcsdamos A. B. Bclmont S. Cleaver, lire Mann, Edward Ours. Dorothy Cnng- chlef, said that Richards called him !ley,. D.- C. Stcmplc, David Swartz, early thc next morning to report!Foster Bland, Lois Evans, Mac he had returned before more fire- Gross, Mabel Ral.clif. r , Ruth SwarU men started out for a further search. Both Richards and Williams reported that they knew searchers -were out, they could see lights but could not get a signal to them. Richards exhausted all of his ammunition and also built a small fire as a signal but due to the heavy wooded section, his signal was not seen by searchers. Seven arrests and convictions •were made during thc week. John Teter, of Gladwiu, was arrested by conservation officers for possessing illegal deer meat which -was recovered upon a scarcli warrant. He pleaded guilty to thc charge when arraigned before Justice of thc Peace Lawrence'Lipscomb and was lined $100 and costs. Hunter Fined ?100 Charles V. Roberts, of Parkcrs- burg, was fined $100 and costs when he pleaded guilty to a charge of killing a deer thc day before thc season opened. He was arrested by Officer Kyer and arraigned before M. G. Smith, Justice of thc Peace at Thomas. Sherman Nutter. J. C. Combs, W. E. Pauley and James Robertson, of South c'harleslon and Queen's Shoals, were arrested and arraigned re Justice Lipscomb on a charge of having loaded firearms in their autom'obile after dark. They pleaded guilty and each was fined $20 and costs. Four other men will face action of the grand jury on charges of having loaded firearms In their automobile after dark. They are Everett Smith. Dry Fork; Willard Smith and William Cooper, of Harman. and Earl Cooper, of Davis. They were arrested by Officer Kyer and State Trooper Paul Kyer, of Hinton, on the Clay Bennett Hill in Canaan Valley. The men posted $200 bond each for their appearance before the grand jury. Women Set Itccord Women hunters made their largest kill in thc county this year with l!rs. Rosa Blake, of Hunt, getting a, four-pointer weighing ISO pounds Other successful women hunters were Mrs. Gladys Young, of J-Icnd- rioks, 6-150: Helena Bonncr. of Hendricks. 8-150; Hallic Hicks. Vtema, 7-125; Dcloris Kcllcy, Lead- George Curbaugli, Rny Jones and Lee Forma n. Tlie Christmas program will be presented at the next meeting. Men's Club lo Meet ROMNEY, W. Va. — The Men's Club of Romncy Presbyterian Church will hold a meeting this evening at 7:30 in the memorial room of thc church'. Rev. Allen Jones will be the speaker. Officers will be nominated. mine, 3-200; Mrs. Opal Ferry, Charmco, 5-130; Carroll Coleinan. 37, or Thomas, 6-175 for the second consecutive year; Mrs. "Nolle Day, of Hainblcton. 4-MO: Miss Irene Dumirc, 13, of St. George, 5-120; Pearl Dailey, Marietta, Ohio, 6-117; Ruth Firl, Bc'nbush, 7-120. Among the young hunters were Delton Mu'llcnaux, 13, student of Parsons Grade School, who Ragged a 3-100 pounder; James Mullcnix, of Ridgclcy, H, killed a six-pointer weighing 140 pounds, and Kenneth Sislcr, 12, of Thomas, an 3 point, 80'pound buck. Parsons High School students who reported kills include Charles "Pete" Kcttcrman. 7-170 pounder; Joe Mo'orc, G-150; Odes Fanslcr.'J.-., Hambleton, and Richard Mullcnaux, Ham'bleton;- and Eddie Kimblc. Kenneth Huffman, student .of Thomas High School, reported a <!-145 pound deer. Earl Corcoran, principal of Hamrick School, reported liis kill on tlic first day. He hns killed a large buck for the past four years. Homer George. Parsons, reported his third consecutive year's kill on the second day; Scott, of St. George, his fourth consecutive year's kill, and Lester Bender, of Hambleton, his third consecutive kill. PAY You. go* 12 tablets MORE for 10c, 100 for 45c. ACCEPT Than the name "St. LESS Joseph" guarantees- WORLD'S LARGEST.SEILER AY 10* Mrs. J. T. Baker. Seattle, is visiting J. N. Sparks ami Mr. and Mrs. Chs.rles Sparks. David ..Crltes has gone to Detroit to -spend the winter with his daugh- Ler...Mrs." Odessa Robertson. • Mry-nnd Mrs, John Coffman at- Lctidc'd the National Livestock Show .n -Chicago. 'XJn'O.'.V. Brooks is a patient in Memorial Hospital, Winchester. His son's, 'Attorney Wayne T. Brooks, Parkersburg. and Dr. Ralph Brooks. Hawaii^ ..arrived here to be with linr/v ' Trains Kill Two .Deer At Orleans Cross Roads BERKELEY SPRINGS. W. Va.— Tv.'o does were recently killed by trains at Orleans Cross Roads, according to Game Protector Earl Kidwcll. KidWClI also stated he had been called to kill a six-point buck after t-had been struck by a car driven by George Lcighty, Jr., and had its back broken. Lcighty was permitted to'take thc head and thc meat was sent, to the local hospital. A doe. that had been shot was found dead this week in the nidge section, 'Kidwcll added, and another was reported found at Long Hollow in Cacapon District. Tlircc Escape Serious Liijury In Car Wreck . BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va.— Lewis Ridgcway, S Ian ley Henry and Bobby. Clark escaped with slight injuries recently when a car driven jy Clark, left the highway about two miles south of Great Cacapon and turned over in Long Hollow Fun. Thc-car-was badly damaged. explained that local officers coulc handle small binges and possibl: prevent large fires by using thc ex tinge Ishers. Tlic council decided to table th offer until thc next meeting. Boll types cost approximately $30. Jiuucs Brooinc, representing th Yocmar.'s Club, offered a strcc sign plan to thc city, which me with approval. that (.lit city needs a total of 120 signs Broome displayed a sample blacl- a:icl vhi'c sign which would cos $8.35, making a. total of approximately 5700 for the number needed Broome explained that the Yco-'s Club, which has surveyed thc city's .needs, has the necessary pipci on which to place the markers. He added that thc club would donate the pipe to thc city, thereby savins about S400. Tlic city would be responsible for thc erection of the markers. Thc council tabled l-ie maLte until thc next meeting, during which time the contingent fund accoun will be checked and a. decision mucic Plans for replacing tlic prescn lighting system in thc downtown area, were discu:...i b;- the counci with T. Lowcry, head ol the Potomac Light and Power Company. Action was deferred until thc January 4 meeting so that a complete study of tlic city's liglitinc needs may be mnde. Kill the ItGh (Scabies) WithSttz'ciWe Thm liquid preparation kills In 317 minutes tlioso Itch m:ics with which It comes :n cor.tnct,. Buy SITTCrDE irom your cU-ucglst, or scad COc to Sltlclao Co., Coniajercc, Giv (Adv.) >...-.,.•-. • •':,.:. WE HAVE WH> 1 For CHR 'Arrow Shirts :ifruit of The Loom Shirts Arrow end Botany Ties Interwoven Hose \T HE WANTS 1ST MAS 3.65 to 4.50 2.95 to 3.95 1.00 to 1.50 55c to 75c £ A. Chas, Stewart "i'r' ." Tlic Home Of Good Clothes Group Elects PAW PAW, W, Va.—J-'rajiccs Co.- digan was elected president of the Potomac Bend 4-H Club at a recent meeting. Otlicr officers arc Carol Jamison, vice president; Wanda Hanrahan. secretary: Dar'.a June Gordon, treasurer: Tliclma Hictt. reporter, and Carol Moser and John Zi'.er. Thc club is under the leadership Of Mrs. A. B. Rush. Personals Ccorgc Hulson, AnLlclam. Tvld.. Is spending a few days with, his son- !n-ltvw and daughter. Air, and Mrs, William Jamison. Kifer. Mrs. Dclroy Biilslry. Ciimbcrlnncl, vlsilcrl licr parents, Mr. and Mr.s, Jninison. Mrs. Hull Eiilerlains THOMAS. W. Va. —Mrs. Betty Hull entertained recently with a party at her hor.ic. Those attending were Mcsdamcs Vclma Sines, Louise Bland, Joe Monda, Effie Legion Officials To Visit Paw Paw Officer Has Busy Day CHARLESTON. W. Vs.—How its Wetzel county conservation officer recently spent an entire day rounding up 60 fox hounds ^as told :n a report recently received by the Conservation Commission. It was said that the hounds, instead of chasing foxes when release' 1 on the Marion county line, took out aftrr deer. In addiiton to rounding up the dogs, the officer 3iad to placate several fox hunters who had beer, erroneously told the officer had shot some of their dogs. Music Teacher Named At Schools THOMAS, W. Va.—Richard Lawson, a, graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College and Peabody Conservatory of Music, Baltimore, has been named music teacher for the Thomas and Davis Schools. Lawson spent tliree years in the Marine Corps where he was' an assistant bandmaster and directed a dance band. His principal activity hits been organizing and directing ' band?. Those enrolled in the advanced class from the. schools, follow: Trumpet, Betty Jo Kight and Patty Moran: alto horn, Joan Grecco: clarinet, Robert Colabrese; saxa- i phone. Virginia Dcltosse; baritone horn, Ralph Grecco; drums, Norma Carbaugh; snare drums, William ;Renn. Beginners follow: Clarinet, James jPasc: Edward Quattro, Joan Gotinsky, Carol Copper, Sandra Helmick. |Mary Sue 'Ycagcr, .Ruth Copper, ' Margaret Harper, Elizabeth Harper and Martha Morrc; trombone, Mary Jo Rothy, Paul Dawson and Betty Higgins; bass horn, Jm>e Losh and Carol Ann Copper: trumpet. Prank Martin, Mary Homan, Donald Huffman, -Howard Flyn, Charles Gooding, Barbara Wilkins, Konrad Melkus and Jane Close; alto 'horn, Joseph Grecco; sa.xa- phone, Robert Allman; drums. Gary Pase, Robert Jones, Jerry DiBacco and Paula DiBacco. PAW PAW, W. Va.—West Virginia Department American Legion officials will visit Harlcy Bohrer Post! No. 128 tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. | Tenth District Commander H.; Glenn Boyd, Piedmont, will makcj his first official visit and will be accompanied by Tenth District Vice! Commander Richard M. Johnson,! Berkeley Springs. W. Va_ and De- j partmcnt First Vice Commander S. H. Stone, department membership chairman. I.o Attend Services WESTERNPORT — Members of Bethlehem Chapter No. 14, Order of Eastern Star, will attend worship services in Piedmont Presbyterian Sundav at n a, m. William Clark Injured In Automobile Accident BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. 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