Thursday, August 20, 1970
Two thousand or more people turned out for the Cass Railroad music concert last Wednesday. Oscar Brand, Bill Monroe, Billy Ed Wheeler, Leon Bibb, and a few others participated in the recording for National Educational TV, by WITF-TV Hershey, Pennsylvania.
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Second semester honor students have been named in WVU’s College of Human Resources and Education. Included is Alice Kelly Irvine, of Minnehaha Springs.
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Albert “Butch” Smith, II, completed work on his degree for Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Psychology at Concord College last week. He is awaiting his call to the Armed Services.
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Robert Kellison, of Raleigh, North Carolina, received his Doctor’s Degree in Forestry at North Carolina State. The son of Mrs. Clarence Kellison, and the late Mr. Kellison, of Marlinton, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Forestry at West Virginia University and his Master’s Degree from North Carolina. He is on the faculty of North Carolina State…
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Mr. and Mrs. Frances Phyllis Pyne and boys, Michael and Kevin, of Hopkinston, Massachusetts, spent part of their vacation with her parents, the Dewey Burrs, and brother, Henry…
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Recent visitors in Seebert at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bolden, were the Rev. and Mrs. Vernie Bolden and son, of Springfield, Massachusetts…
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William del Giudice has returned to Pocahontas to work in the engineering department at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.
Boys and Girls in Service
Marine Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. Dallas Ray Walker and their children, Dwight Dallas and Rambridge Ray, have been visiting his father, E. E. Walker, of Hillsboro. Colonel Walker will be now going to new duties at the University of Oklahoma, where he will join the faculty as a Professor of Military Science…
A graduate of Hillsboro High School, he enlisted in the Marine Corps at 17… During his career, he has completed the Basic School, the Amphibious Warfare School, the Senior Officers Counter-insurgency Course, and the Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare School at Quantico, Virginia.
Colonel Walker has also earned a Master of Commerce Degree from the University of Richmond through the evening college program…
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Sherwood Friel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert A. Friel, of Marlinton, has arrived in the Mediterranean with Attack Squadron 65 aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Independence…
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David Henderson, son of Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Henderson, of Green Bank, has returned home after completion of two year’s Army service. He served as a legal clerk at Mannheim, Germany.
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Wayne Taylor, U. S. N. recently completed a seven-month tour of duty in the Mediterranean aboard the carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt…
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Charlie Taylor, Marvin Taylor and Gary Wayne Taylor, of Dunmore, accompanied S. Sgt and Mrs. Edward G. Rockafellow to Webb Air Force Base, Big Spring, Texas, where S. Sgt. Rockafellow has been transferred by the U. S. Air Force. Before returning to their home in Dunmore, they also visited Mexico.
Whitman – Dilley
Miss Elizabeth Buckley Dilley, daughter of Mrs. C. Kermit Dilley and the late Dr. Dilley, became the bride of John Cook Whitman, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Whitman, at the home of the bride on Saturday, August 15, 1970, at 2 p.m.
Yeager – Claudfelter
Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Claudfelter, Sr., of Williams-port, Pennsylvania, announce the marriage of their daughter, Doris Marie, to Henry Arnout Yeager, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arnout Yeager, Sr., of Marlinton. The double ring ceremony was performed on Saturday, June 27, 1970, in the Chevy Chase United Presbyterian Church in Washington, D. C. by the Rev. Edward G. Peery.
Mrs. Edna McNeil Kellison, 85, of Buckeye, a daughter of the late William C. and Susan Buckley McNeil. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.
Mrs. Ailee Nicholas Fagan, 80, of Arbovale, a member of the Arbovale United Methodist Church. Burial in the Arbovale Cemetery.
Clarence Kellison, 71, of Marlinton, a son of the late Porter and Clair Garrett Kellison. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.
Jack C. Moore, 61, of Kopperston; born at Hunters-ville, a son of the late Payton and Maude Moore. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.
John Hunter McClintic, 78, and his wife, Marguerite Dennison McClintic, 74, of Charleston. Mr. McClintic was born in Huntersville, a son of the late Lockhart Matthews and Allie Slaven McClintic.
Mrs. McCintic was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Denison. Mr. Denison came to Pocahontas with the Maryland Lumber Company and named Denmar… Memorial services were held at the McClintic Swago Farm by the Rev. David Cammack.