Thursday, June 24, 1971\r\n\r\nAnn Golavin, of the Smithsonian Institute, was here last Monday visiting the Museum and some homes around the county. She is starting a study of furniture in West Virginia. An interesting coincidence was that the next day the Museum had a visitor from the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York.\r\n\r\nPanther\r\n\r\nAustin Sharp, the remaining \u201cbear hunter twin,\u201d tells us he saw something this spring he had never seen before, and if it wasn\u2019t a panther, he doesn\u2019t know what it was. He was turkey hunting in the Black Mountain country and on the other side of a clearing was a cat animal with a long tail, bay colored; it bounded like a cat. In all his years in the woods, he had never seen anything like it.\r\n\r\nThis past Sunday, Gazette writer Skip Johnson quoted Dr. Robert Smith, WVU professor of wildlife biology, repeating the old story that the mountain lion had vanished from the state in 1887, although two men working for the U. S. National Museum reported panther tracks on Kennison in 1936. We refer Dr. Smith to Dr. Paul Price to hear his panther story.\r\n\r\nENGAGEMENT\/WEDDING\r\n\r\nMr. and Mrs. Gene Moyers, of Bartow, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Cathy Dean, to Robert Allen Crist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crist, of Arbovale.\r\n\r\n- - -\r\n\r\nSaturday afternoon, June 19, 1971, in the Arbovale United Methodist Church, Miss Judith Ann Cassell, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Cassell, of Arbovale, became the bride of John Michael Kane, III, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kane, Jr., of Cass.\r\nThe double ring ceremony was performed by the Reverend David Rittenhouse\u2026\r\n\r\nGOLDEN WEDDING\r\n\r\nMr. and Mrs. B. J. Snyder, of Bartow, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday afternoon, June 27, 1971. Friends and relatives are invited to attend an open house at the Snyder home in Bartow between the hours of two and five o\u2019clock.\r\n\r\nHILLSBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL\r\nHonor Roll\r\n\r\nFifth Grade: Christine Cook, Deborah Flynn, Delores Pritt, Jane Pritchard, Teresa Rose, Cheryl Ryder, Tony Wiley\r\n\r\nSixth Grade: Harper McCoy, Robert Walls, Melinda Dean, Burl Burns, Allan McNeel, Robert Powell\r\n\r\nSeventh Grade: Kathleen Burks, Susan Kershner, Mary Ann Kramer, Karen School, Sandra Triplett\r\n\r\nEighth Grade: Bonnie Auldridge, Robert McClure, Kerry Kesler, Daniel Burks, Tommy Powell, Kenneth Pritt, Susan Hefner, Nancy Simmons, Cheryl Wade, Caroline Rose. \r\n\r\nDEATHS\r\n\r\nMrs. Hollis Mildred Moore Guthrie, 61, of Huntersville, a daughter of the late Isaac Price and Myrta Herold Moore. Burial in the Moore Cemetery.\r\n\r\nCharles Robert Cassell, 83, of Cass, a veteran of World War I. Burial in the Wanless Cemetery.\r\n\r\nIvan Julian Underwood, 32, of San Dimas, California, a son of Denver and Dollie Bevel Underwood, of Huntersville. Burial in the Beaver Creek Cemetery. A brother, Lowell, died May 7, 1971.