October 28, 1965
A yellow sweet pumpkin is on display at C. J. Richardson’s Hardware Store. It weighs 85 pounds and was raised by Oren Nelson, Marlinton, Route 1. This seems to be about the largest ever raised around here.
Punt, Pass and
First – Keith Burgess, Buckeye; second – Eddie Vaughan, Hillsboro; third, Martin Carr, Marlinton.
First – Bobby Long, Buckeye; second – Gary Sharp, Clover Lick; third – Kenny Burgess, Buckeye.
First – Kenneth Kellison, Marlinton; second – Thomas Moore, Marlinton, (Melvin’s son); third – Thomas Moore, Marlinton, (Tom’s son).
First – Roger Sharp, Clover Lick; second – David Cain, Marlinton; third – Terry Richardson, Marlinton.
First – Tommy Workman, Hillsboro; second – Johnny Baxter, Clover Lick; third – Frankie Long, Buckeye.
First – Russell Dunbrack, Marlinton; second – Ray Taylor, Dunmore; third, Roy Taylor, Dunmore.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Keene, of Renick, a son, named William Darian.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hamrick, of Hunt-ersville, a son.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Jessee, Jr., of Atlanta, Georgia, a son, named Christopher Edmund.
Timothy Earl Workman, age six, of Stony Bottom; burial in the Wanless Cemetery on Back Mountain.
Alonzo D. Evan, 73, of Monongahela, Pennsylvania, formerly of Buckeye; a son of the late William and Amanda Wood Evans.