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Thursday,
October 6, 1966

Bear
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kelley (in a car) met a bear Sunday afternoon on the Knapps Creek road. The bear was coming from Brushy Mountain across the creek toward Lockridge Mountain. When he saw the car he changed his mind and went back to Brushy Mountain. They guessed his weight at 250 pounds.

M. H. S. News
The Marlinton High School Annual staff sponsored a Sloppy Joe Dance, Saturday, September 24, in the high school gym. It was announced that a picture of the sloppiest couple attending the dance would be featured in the 1967 Marlin- tonian. The students met the challenge very ingeniously with some hilarious results.
The dance chaperones, Charles Edward McElwee and Mrs. Kerth W. Friel, Yearbook advisor, and Miss Janice Dunbrack, Co-editor of the Marlintonian, picked the lucky pair. They were Tom Dale and Donna Raye Dunbrack. The couple danced together following their selection.
Another highlight of the evening was the dancing of the limbo. Everyone agreed that they had a real swinging time.
The new A.D.D.s were announced. They are as follows: Linda Bennett, Bonnie Crockett, Sheila Gay Curry, Linda Friel, Gloria McCombs, and Anna Sue Thomas.
The new Junior High School cheerleaders were chosen. They are: Seventh Grade – Martha Coffman, Priscilla McLaughlin; Eighth Grade – Rose Dale, Lois Sharp; Ninth Grade – Vonnie Dunbrack, Freddy Small.
Mrs. Killingsworth is taking the following group of girls to Concord College for a Southern Regional meeting October 8: Inez Boggs, Carmen Barrett, Kay Landis, Leila Ann Dilley, Saundra Bowling.

FOUR-H NEWS
The Pocahontas Pixies held their monthly meeting at the Legion Hall on September 13. The meeting was called to order by our leader, Mrs. Trudy Wooddell. We sang West Virginia Boys and Girls, followed by our pledge and motto…
The following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Genny Mitchell, Vice-President, James Calhoun, Secretary, Patty Workman, Treasurer, Teresa Faulknier, Reporter, DeLayne Rhea, Game Leader, DeWayne Rhea, Song Leaders, Susan Nottingham and Wendy Wooddell.

BIRTHS
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pryor, of Summersville, a daughter, named Jennifer Jane.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCoy, of Detroit, Michigan, a son, named Kevin Eugene. The mother is the former Nadine Clutter.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Whitmire, of Bartow, a son.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Workman, of Marlinton, a daughter, named Debra Kay. The mother is the former Nancy Kelley.

DEATHS
Joseph Leonard Moses, of Marlinton; born in Floyd County, Virginia, he was the son of J. B. and Mary Moses. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.
Richard H. (Pete) Clutter, 57, of Marlinton born at Sutton, the son of the late Edward A. and Martha Dean Clutter. Burial in the Cloonan Cemetery.
Walter Lyle Rhea, 68, of Valley Head; born at Linwood, a son of the late James B. and Mary O’Brien Rhea. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.
Robert Louis Lipps, 72, of Lewisburg; born at Lewisburg, the son of the late Robert H. and Evelyn Livesay Lipps. Burial in the Rosewood Cemetery.

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