Thursday, March 3, 1970

Tannery

The situation doesn’t seem to improve at the Marlinton Tannery. International Shoe has been trying to sell, but so far there has been no sale. Friday, orders were carried out to start the closing process. The last hides were being laid down Friday; it will take about two months to complete the cycle. Four jobs were eliminated last week, about fifteen will go this week, about a half dozen next week.

Movies on Drugs

The following movies on drugs, entitled “LSD,” and “Pit of Despair,” will be shown at the following places: Durbin Methodist Church; the Community Center at Dunmore; Green Bank High School; Marlinton High School; Hillsboro P. T. A. The movies will be shown during school hours.

These are sponsored by 4-H Clubs and Home Demonstration Clubs, in cooperation with the Mental Health Department and the Pocahontas County Health Department.

Jane Hamed, Green Bank, Charles Hamer, Marlinton High School, and Lucille W. Moore, Public Health Nurse, will have charge of the meetings.

Government Day

Two Juniors from each high school are selected each year to attend the “Know Your State Government Day,” in Charleston. Those attending from Pocahontas County are Michael Chestnut and Ramona Orndorff, of Green Bank; Lynn Beard and David Vaughan, of Hillsboro; and Debbie Crawford and Tom Morrison, of Marlinton. Advisors accompanying the students were Patricia Wilson and William McNeel.

BIRTHS

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Kirk, of Annapolis, Maryland, a son, named Christopher Michael. Mrs. Kirk is the former Jane Kay Michael.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wayne Lovelace, of Marlinton, a son, named Donald Wayne, Jr.

DEATHS

Harlan Elwood McLaughlin, 56, of Dallas, Texas, formerly of Cass; a member of the Alexander Memorial Presbyterian Church at Stony Bottom. Burial in the Arbovale Cemetery.

Charles R. (Bob) Grubbs, 60, of Marlinton, a son of the late James and Maude Hickman Grubbs. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.

Snowden Talbott Tracy, 88, of Boyer, a retired farmer, postman and school bus driver. Born on Buffalo Mountain, a son of the late Preston and Medora Bright Tracy. Burial in Boyer Cemetery.

Mrs. Dameron Barlow Sharp, 66, of Marlinton, a daughter of the late Anderson and Ella Sylvia Barlow. Burial in the Edray Cemetery.

Mrs. Nannie Curry Fultz, of Homer, Michigan, widow of the late Rev. C. M. M. Fultz. Born near Slaty Fork, a daughter of the late Lucian P. and Jane Catherine Painter Curry. Burial in the Morgan Memorial United Methodist Church cemetery near Renick.

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