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the Pocalntas l lines --Pcta'uary , t, l,v --- VdgC., t notes 50 Years Ago In February 17, 1944 FIELD NOTES I heard a new wrinkle the other day, how to break a hound not to chase deer. My friend, Jake kill is less than a dozen so far. Canning Sugar Housewives who wish to can early fruit now may obtain five extra pounds of sugar by using sugar stamp No. 40, from book 4, Dr. William H. Perrine OPTOMETRIST 634 3rd Ave., Marlinton 799-4468 Ucensed Hearing Aid Center I II III ooOo Knives- Shooting Supplies- [ Military Surplus :uy.. Sell- B T n T Traders Rt. 39, Huntersville [ (304)799-6279 We pay cash for clean, used guns a Tom and Mike Terry I;] .. NI_ Life Member .... Malcomb, on Knapps Creek, uses OPA has announced. ! --" i unter Education Classes River Trail Group Meets know he thought it up. Every fall canning sugar through February . Re Department of Natural The Greenbrier River Trail when he kills his buck deer and 28, 1945. (correct) .. urces Law Enforcement Association met February 8 at the when the neighbors get theirs Mr. This action was designed , i ? Ilion will sponsor Hunter Marlinton Hotel Coordination of Malcomb peels off the scent glands primarily to provide sugar in the I .,'ir., =.\\;= ;.-- '0' tion Courses as follows: the improvements to the trail which on the buck's hind legs. Then he south where early fruit, such as The Rock House ebruary 22, 23, 24, and 25, will take place this summer was ties e little wad around the strawberries, is about ready for i i ,, 6 to 9 p. m., at Hillsboro discussed. To be reviewed with the hound s neck. The smell of the deer canning. Route219S, Marlinton V "-"71ary; and, State at a March meeting will be is ever with and on the dog. So  i Open 10-5 Monday-Saturday 2turday, February 26, from 9 placement of drinking water when cold trailing a fox, the hot Our Army and Navy Boys i li. to 5 p. m., and Sunday, facilities, barricades, Clover Lick scent of a fresh jumped deer is Edward Wagner, of the Navy, tV 27, from 1 to 5 p. m., at Depot restoration, and ideas for the neither new nor exhilerating; retumed to his base at Jacksonville, Antiques "urbinFeHouse. next round of funding, nothing to get excited about and Fiorida, Monday, after spending a  Books i elptor further information and The stated date of May 1 for forget the business at hand. ten day leave here with homefolks. l[Stration details, please contact completion of FEMA repairs was  His brother, Burton, also of the Crafts t 1 .R. lw Enforcement Section discussed. As work is only Charleston--The trout season Navy, stationed at Norfolk, spent    d nch Creek, 1-924-6211. completed to Buckeye, and will not opens on Saturday, April 29, and the weekend at home. ... resume until March 15, it was felt extends through July 15. Bass inal Forest Site Named National Register of _ Historic Places Places, according to National Forest ist Ruth Brinker. Stone produced on the site to 1,000 years ago. The site and the fact that it has been disturbed by modern make the site an important .teated mostly in the National Forest in County, the site into the neighboring rge Washington National age of the site it has racily modern name. name sites for some ty or characteristic of the area. Forest Service employees first recorded the site saw a .belonging to the George Forest in the named the site GW Jeep. specialists hope to about the first people in area from the site," said "We also hope to preserve ste for future generations by modem impacts." New Elk River Catch and elease Trout Fishing Area irout anglers fishing Elk River ndolph County this spring a new catch and release trout area, according to Don Assistant Chief of the Resources Section. : new special regulation area at the Elk Springs Trout and extends downstleam the Rose Run bridge just of Whittaker Falls. The marked by signs and are posted along the Access to this area is by route 49 off of US route of Elk River was of good habitat, water quality and the of stream-spawned brown Phares said. "Initially trout will be stocked in area. It is hoped that by tecting additional sexually these regulations stream reproduction and annual ing trout stockings will be cxent to support an excellent ?'." for the Elk River and Release Trout Fishing :a Will be the same as for the such areas already established t Virginia. These include the artificial flies and lures of metal, wood, feathers, hair thetiy material may be used or e.ssea while fishing these -} * bile single hook lures must barbed, all multiple hook lures psi be barbless ! *All i fish caught must be ,-tas 1 immediately and fishing is jmttted only during daylight rs (one hour before sunrise to nour after sunset). that this date was not realistic and the July 1 date seemed more reasonable. River cleanup on April 9 sponsored by the Greenbrier River Watershed Association was discussed. Local groups will be asked to participate. The annual Great Greenbrier River Race April 28th will go from Anthony to Ronceverte this year, with coordination assisted by runner and bicycling groups in Greenbrier County. Several in the group will attend a State-sponsored workshop at Pipestem on promoting bicycling in West Virginia. For more information about the group's activities, write Greenbrier River Trail Association, Slatyfork WV 26291. o.. "Annual Bear Dinner The Williamsburg Community Action Group will hold the 31st annual Bear Dinner on Saturday, March 5, from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Williamsburg Elementary School. Nine bears were donated this year which is the largest number in season is June 24 through November 30. Pike season is June 24 to April 30. Minimum length of brook trout is six inches; brown and rainbow trout seven inches; rock bass five inches; black bass nine inches; catfish ten inches. Creel limits: Bass eight a day; brook trout fifteen a day; brown ten a day; rainbow ten a day. However, no more than 15 brook, brown and rainbow in one day. I hear that J. O. Kellison down Jacox way has cashed in on eighteen foxes and four wild cats since the first of February. Fred Sharp has picked up ten foxes, hunting mostly on Saturdays around Edray. Down on the Kee Flat Austin Duncan and Jesse McNeili have asserted themselves. They have caught eight gray foxes, got two holed up, and know of only two more on the Flat. They say the grouse on the Flat are down to a bare half dozen with rabbits about gone too. From Burr Valley, Ernest Burr says he has not got going so strong on foxes yet; his Sergeant Charles Wallace Gum, son of Mr and Mrs. Charles Gum, of Millpoint, is now serving with the armed forces in North Africa. His brother, Alfred, is stationed in Kansas. Corporal Jesse Slayton, who has served in the army since July 29, 1943, and is now stationed at Camp Barkley, Texas, was home on furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slayton, of Beaver Creek. He was accompanied home from Charleston by his brother, Ronald Slayton, who has been employed at Eunice the past two years. Staff Sergeant Charles Edward McEiwee, son of Mr. and Mrs. June McElwee, is home from the Army on furlough. His outfit is now on maneuvers down in Louisiana. Junior Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warren, of Buckeye, who had been stationed with Charles Edward at Fort Lewis, Washington, is also in Louisiana on maneu vers. recent history. Proceeds from the of the new community building as well as other community projects. Membership in the Community Action Group include: Trout Community, Friars Hill Community, New Salem Church, - Williamsburg Ruritian Club ........ Homemaker's Club, Senior Club, Fire Department, Volunteer Rescue Squad, PTO, Historical Club, Andrew Chapel Church, and Cornstalk Community. The menu for the dinner includes: ham, brown beans, potatoes, slaw, corn, cornpone, bread, cakes, coffee, tea and milk. Free bear meat with every meal. The cost of the meal is $5 for adults, and $2.50 for children 12 and under. Anyone wishing to contribute food, help, money or for more informationmy call Ellen McCoy at 645-6715. The Williamsburg Community Action Group meets every third Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Williamsburg Firehouse. Everyone is welcome to attend the meetings. Deeds Thomas K. and Susan E. Hexold to West Virginia Department of Transportation, Division of Highways, three nonce,trolled access rights of way and temtxxary conamaion easemenc MRS Condos Limited Liability Company to Robert K and Doris E Gillispie Unit 5701 Lodge at Silver Creek Green Bank District Report of Joe C. Hereford, Trustee of Sale to Bankers Trust Company of California, Unit 5114 Powderidge Condominium Snowshoe Robert and Betty J. Bunger to Terry D. and Belinda A. Smith, Lot 7, Riverfront Subdivision of Seneca Estates, Ltd. 1.08 acres [Pioneer Days* July 7-10, 1994 [ Radon Carolyn's Hairstyling 908 Second Avenue Marlinton, WV 24954 799-4762 As of February 3, 1994, I will be closing my shop. Thank you for the past 10 years of patronage Carolyn Carpenter 0wneriStylist is a deadl radioactive gas which cannot be seen, tasted or smelled. The only way to detect its presence in your home is to conduct a test. List of Available Hay or Other Roughages Due to hay shortages throughout "the state, ASCS is assisting livestock producers in locating hay or other roughage for sale. We are also assisting producers with excess feed in locating buyers in need of their crop. We will post a list of producers in our office with feed for sale, so if you are in need of additional feed or have additional feed for sale, please contact this office at 799-4317. This feed for sale list will be sent to ASCS offices statewide. Disaster Payment Program Service are sponsoring the Equine Symposium and Free Trade Show on Saturday, March 26 at David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Equine Symposium will have 100 commercial, breed association and horse-related exhibit spaces. The Free Trade Show will featm'e area tack shops, feed companies, stables and much more. An amateur art contest and show will also be held with cash awards, ribbons and trophies. For more information and registration forms, call or come by the pocahontas County Extension Office. .o. Give your mobile home a foundation 0f pr0teai0n. Not,onwide's Mobile Home Mal hrtr) Poiicy provides coveroges fo NEAL KELLISON your home, posss,ons, ond 22 ! Bib Srrt liabd* b, And it features money Tgg-430 ,, &at make rt an uS i u Sensible Dowrl fcPEorfh Troctos 57 HP . . . $10,950 57 HP, 4WD . . . $12,900 65 HP . . . $12,9(X) 65 1tP, 4WD, Cab . . . $14,900 85 HP . . . $13,900 For more information, call the WV Bureau of Public Health's toll-free hotlLne: 1-800-922-1255 Sign-up for the Disaster Payment Program is underway now through March 4. If you feel that you sustained as much as 40% loss on your 1993 crop production, you may be entitled to a cash payment for this loss. 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