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2O W.Va. Department Commander To Visit Legion Post March 7; Joint Meeting With Auxiliary Jackson Perks Post No. 71, American Legion Charles Town, will be honored by a visit of Olin N W'nar- ton, of Parkersburg, Department (State) Commander of the American Legion at a meeting to be held at the Post Home on West Washington Street, ~arles Town, it was announc- ed this week. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1985 HARPERS FERRY CAMPSITES Bruce Spence Dial 725-8123 It has been several weeks since I last reported to you, the Harpers Ferry Mountain Club has been very busy during that time. As you are all aware we had some very bad storms just a few weeks ago, and there'was damage to several roads. The worst damage was sustained by Partridge Lane. A blocked culvert under the road caus- ed a washout. Within a matter of days ks The club also made travel a lotpickup truck load of stone for repairs easier in the area by spreading stone to a washed out road. Jim Rowan, Jim on all accessible roadways to cover Dougherty, and George Jordan for the ice. As we all know it was getting assistance in clearung out the culverts. to be impossible to get around. This Also a special thanks to Jack Fitts for service was provided last year, but in removing the snow from the main a limited fashion, and only a few main mailbox area. roads. A special thanks to the group Get well wishes to Leslie and Holly who spread the gravel. Allnutt, who were sick last week A reminder that the Cedar Lane With the milder weather we are hay- bath-house will be reopened to full ing comes the children at play. Please time operati~kon April lsL drive carefully and look out for them. Belated birthda~go out to Bud Pro- Also many of us wilt be cleaning our ctor o~ Feb. 8, Troy Proctor on Feb. property soon. Please do not rake 14th, and Gloria Rotruck on Feb. 16th. anything into the gutters, or ditches of I am sorry that I missed you. the area roads. This debris blocks the Harpers Ferry Mountain Club presi- water flow, and causes the roads to all know. nothing can be dooei manent manner until tl~j thaws, and the mud dries. pect at least one more fr~l maybe even some more she the club can get down to sor~ work The plans are made, needed is the arrival of sp~ "In the morning of life, the midday, give counsel; evening, pray." : "f : : End I I o~-~ ~-~'~,~-~- ] " -- A bUll bervlce t~anK ! ii Ullllll ii1~ IIII IIIIIII I I IIIII I IIIII I IIIIIIII1 '11 II I II ' ~ ~ {