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Fire a Fire Destroys 200 Acres

Herald of April 28, 1949

A raging forest fire in the Woodbury Barrens destroyed 200 acres of woodlands in the heart of the Cove’s “deer country” and severely burned a sawmill operation. Fifty men marshaled by fire wardens Fred Kyler Benjamin Brumbaugh brought the fire under control by back firing. The fire was near the Blair-Bedford line between Baker Summit and Woodbury.

Corena L. Sollenberger of Williamsburg was named editor of the “Scout,” a handbook for freshman at Juniata College. A junior at Juniata, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Raymond Sollenberger.

Eight persons were pulled...


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