Thursday, June 17, 1971
Egg shell art, jewelry made from white bread, candles, basketry, decoupage, knitting, trapunto, broken glass pictures and bead making were some of the crafts demonstrated and exhibited at the Annual Spring Round-Up of Home Demonstration Club members. The meeting was held at the Dunmore Community Center Thursday June 10. Club members from throughout the county gathered to exchange craft ideas and information…
Miss Judith Cassell, of Arbovale, received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Glenville State college in the Commencement Exercises held last week.
Rosalie Hill was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree from West Virginia Wesleyan with a major in Psychology and a minor in Sociology.
The following students were awarded degrees at the 134th Commencement at Marshall University: Bartow: Keith Douglas Plyler, Bachelor of Arts; Marlinton: Lura June McElwee, Bachelor of Arts.
Second Semester honor students at West Virginia University have been named in the College of Agriculture and Forestry: From Pocahontas are: George Grey Gragg, of Durbin; John Walter Jett, of Marlinton.
Named as a President’s Scholar at West Virginia University for the First Semester: Harriet B. Johnson, of Marlinton.
Second Semester honor student in the School of Journalism: Deborah Sheets, of Marlinton.
Miss Rose Marie Dale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dale, of Watoga State Park, Huntersville, became the bride of Cecil James Clark, son of Mrs. Dora Neighbors, of Marlinton, Saturday afternoon, June 12, 1971, at two o’clock at Watoga State Park…
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Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Cassell invite you to the Open Church wedding of their daughter, Judith Ann, to John Michael Kane, III, on Saturday afternoon, June 19, 1971, in the Arbovale United Methodist Church.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stone, of Frank, announce the engagement of their daughter, Martha Ann, to David Lee Burner, the son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Burner, of Lansdale, Pennsylvania.
An open church wedding is planned to be at the Durbin Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon, June 20, 1971, at two o’clock.
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The marriage of Miss Rochelle Eidensohn and William Deveraux was solemnized Saturday, June 12, 1971, by the Rev. David Rittenhouse in the presence of friends and relatives in a large room of the Lobelia Saltpetre Cave. The young couple, from Baltimore, Maryland, are members of a caving group who have been exploring caves in this area…
Following the ceremony, the wedding party were guests at a wedding supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hill.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pritt, of Droop, a son, named Ryan Edward.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Kenneth Workman, of Perkasie, Pennsylvania, a daughter, named Stacy Dawn.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Moore, Jr., of Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania, a daughter, named Amy Elizabeth.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis G. Molm, of San Diego, California, a son, named Dustin Kelley. The mother is the former Shelva Jean Galford.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Oscar, Jr., of Marlinton, a son, named John Oscar, III.
Mrs. Ettie E. Jackson Higgins, 86, of Marlinton, a daughter of the late Warwick and Louise McCarthy Jackson. Burial in the Poage Lane Cemetery near Clover Lick.
Mrs. Opal Margaret Varela Fine, 49, of Monongahela Road, Pennsylvania; born at Mill Point, a daughter of Louis M. Varela, Sr., and the late Ruby Cowgill Varela. Interment in the Monongahela Cemetery.