Thursday, July 9, 1970
“Mixed Harvest” is the name of a new book by W. E. Blackhurst, of Cass, fresh off the press this week. This novel follows the Arden family as they face the mixed blessings of good and evil of the coming of the railroad and resulting industrial development.
David Horne left for New York City on July 4 to take part in the 21st Annual Odd Fellows United Nations Pilgrimage for Youth.
David, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Horne, of Arbovale, is a student at Green Bank High School and was chosen after competition with other high school teenagers. He is sponsored by the Green Bank Rebekah Lodge, Lobelia Rebekah Lodge and Green Bank Odd Fellows. He traveled by bus, leaving Clarksburg together with other students and adult counselors.
These teenagers on their return home have become assets to their areas and grant aid in the spread of knowledge and furtherance of world peace.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilfong, of Dunmore, a daughter, named Patricia Lynn.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Friel, of Marlinton, a son, named Edgar Perry.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Oxier, of Durbin, a daughter. The mother is the former Betty Slayton.
Born to Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Michael Sharp, of Fort Stewart, Georgia, a daughter, named Pamela Lynn.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George J. Hipes, of Covington, Virginia, a daughter, named Sherri Catherine.
Leslie H. Gehauf, 61, of Marlinton; born at New Creek, a son of the late Fred and Susan Rawlings Gehauf. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.
Mrs. Edmonia Gibson Chuba, 66, of Davin; born on Elk, near Slaty Fork, a daughter of the late John D. Gibson and Susie Moore Gibson. Burial in Highland Memory Gardens at Godby.