The following were reported in the Nov. 26, 1958, edition of The Johnstown Independent:

The following were reported in the Nov. 26, 1958, edition of The Johnstown Independent:

Next Sunday morning, the businessmen of Johnstown will busy themselves in preparation of Christmas. It was decided at the last meeting that this year's Christmas trees would be put on four of the utility poles on each side of Main Street for decoration. The trees will be placed between the two traffic lights and will each have two strings of lights on them. In addition to the trees and lights, there will be a big star and the words Merry Christmas hung across the street by the bank.

Beef cattle feeders of Licking County will make their annual fall tour to beef feeding establishments on Dec. 3, according to Donald Heimerl, Johnstown, chairman of the group. The tour will begin at 9 a.m. at the Bryan Du Farm on state Route 16 east of Granville. The tour will make seven stops, one every half-hour until 12:30 p.m., when they will stop for lunch. Anyone interested in the beef cattle business is welcome to accompany the tour. A late spring tour to the same farms is planned to observe the cattle near the end of the feeding period.

The entire membership of the Johnstown FFA is making a large effort to obtain tons of grain to send to the hungry overseas. The chapter started this week to go around and see everyone in rural areas to collect grain or money in connection with CROP, the Christian Rural Overseas Program.