Miss Zoe Margaret Mason of Mc-
Connellsburg will celebrate her
100th birthday February 4, and the staff of the Medical Center Extended Care Unit, where she is now a guest, is preparing a celebration for her as Fulton County’s oldest resident.
Sunday was no day of rest for people in these parts who were kept busy digging out cars and cleaning parking areas after Friday night’s and Saturday morning’s snowstorm, which left about a foot of snow. The bitter cold weather continues for the third straight week.
For the past two months, Game Commission officers in Huntingdon and Fulton County have been conducting a thorough investigation on the out-of-season shooting of a 300-pound black bear, which was killed 100 yards north of the Fulton County line, off the Maddensville Road. The carcass of a 300-pound black bear was found by a hunter in the woods about 150 yards off the road. The bear had been shot sometime during the first three days of buck season, and it had been shot where it was found. The bear had been skinned right down to the nose, by someone experienced in removing pelts, and the stripped carcass left in the woods. A minimum reward of $100 is being offered for any information.
The Little Duke Restaurant, which was being leased from owner Walter Peck by Ted Woodring, went out of business last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Younker of Thompson Township were honored at a surprise silver wedding anniversary held on December 13.
Engagement: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carbaugh of McConnellsburg would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Chaundra Louise, to Timothy W. Elmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hill of Spring Run.
Specials at the IGA: Pillsbury biscuits, 4 for 89 cents; Campbell chicken noodle soup, 4 for $1; Gold Medal flour, $4.19, 5 lbs.; cauliflower, $1.29; pork loin chops, $1.89 lb.
Birth at the Medical Center: a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Max Wiser of Orbisonia on January 8.
Deaths: Mark S. Fraker, Fort Littleton; Isabel Pine, Newport; Mrs. Elsie Long, Lake Charles, La.; Walter Parson, Burnt Cabins; Lewis H. Park, Burnt Cabins.