Thursday, September 21, 1972
Miss June Starks, daughter of Mrs. Neva Starks, of Droop, will reign as Homecoming Queen at the Third Annual Homecoming at Pocahontas County High School Friday, September 22, 1972. Activities will begin at 8 p.m. with the football game between the Warriors and the Cowen Bulldogs.
The Warrior band, under the direction of Charles Fauber, will present a colorful halftime show which will include the presentation of the queen’s court and the crowning of the Homecoming Queen by Fredric Smith, principal.
June’s escort will be Kenney Kellison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kellison, of Marlinton.
The Queen’s court is made up of the following:
Miss Irene Montgomery, escorted by Rick Madron. Miss Marsha Gibson, escorted by Danny Lester. Anita Friend, escorted by Mark Mitchell. Virginia Cloonan, escorted by Jimmie Ryder. Mary Beth Clay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy B. Clay, of Slaty Fork, will serve as crown bearer. Scepter bearer will be John Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Barton, of Marlinton…
Mrs. Libbie J. King, 87, of Marlinton; born at Mill Point, a daughter of the late Uriah and Susan Hudson Bird. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery
Clyde Neal Shrader, 75, of Huntersville, a son of the late John H. and Osa Stulting Shrader. Burial in the Mount Zion Methodist Church cemetery.
Mrs. Lena Virgie Bright, 80, of Marlinton, a daughter of the late James A. and Ellen Wilfong Sharp. Burial in the Sharp Cemetery.
Mrs. Betty Alice Mullenax Hulver, 81, of Beverly, formerly of Bartow. Born in Circleville, a daughter of the late Elijah and Elizabeth Hinkle Mullenax. Burial in the Mullenax Cemetery near Cherry Grove.
Mrs. Bertha Ruckman Phillips, 71, of Frank; burial in the Arbovale Cemetery.
Ellis Lloyd Friel, 83, of Marlinton; born at Clawson, a son of the late Jasper and Martha Friel. Burial at Clawson.
Archie Windred Smith Anderson, of Staunton, Virginia. Burial in Fairview Cemetery.
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