Thursday, October 22, 1964
From the desk of Mrs. Jane Price Sharp
Hillsboro High School
The Juniors have selected their play, “The Blundering Herd.” The characters have been selected and work has begun.
Our Hillsboro Red Devil football squad has had a very successful year so far, losing only two games to Marlinton Copperheads and Green Bank.
The Sophomores have initiated the Freshmen.
We are glad to have two new members of the faculty. They are Mrs. Julia Pitsenberger, Home Ec., and Frank Holstein, Coach.
Marlinton High School
Rain and mud couldn’t dampen the spirits of the Marlinton Copperheads when they racked up a score of 27-13 against the Meadow Bridge Wildcats. Roger VanReenen scored all four touchdowns and one extra point. Other extra points were made by Phillip Cain and Bobby Beverage.
Remember the Bluefield Park Central football game this Friday night. We are looking for a large crowd and a good game.
The Marlinton High School Homecoming Queen was chosen by the football boys last week. She is Mary Lee Shafer, daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Shafer and the late Walter Shafer. Mary Lee will be crowned at the Green Bank vs Marlinton game October 30.
FOUR-H CLUB NEWS
According to County Extension records, the county 4-H clubs have 100 percent completion on all projects carried and their respective leaders are as follows: Boyer Busy Bees, Mrs. S. J. Vanosdale and Mrs. Stanley Mullenax; Buckeye White Savages, Madeline McNeill and Mrs. Glenn Smith; Draft Arrowheads, Mrs. Walker Beverage and Mrs. Joe Friel; Frost Trailblazers, Mrs. Ray Corbett and Mrs. E. C. Gragg; Green Valley Loyal Workers, Mrs. Gene Stanley and Mrs. John Chappell; Minnehaha Braves, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin White, Jr. and Mrs. Lewis Bussard; Poage Lane Redskins, Mrs. Nick Circosta and Mrs. Delbert Wilfong; Seneca Go Getters, Mrs. Keith Shaw and Mrs. Carl Wooddell; Riverside Rattlers, Mrs. Albert Jackson and Mrs. Claude Malcomb. Edray Producers, Jr., Mrs. Oscar Sharp and Mrs. Austin Sharp.
Punt, Pass and Kick
First, Second and Third Place Winners
13 Age Group
Ivan Withers, Billy Maddy.
12 Age Group – Russell Dunbrack, Roy Taylor, Mike Broce.
11 Age Group – William Workman, Tommy McLau-ghlin, Franklin Long.
10 Age Group – Roger Sharp, David Cain, Donald Moore.
9 Age Group – Rusty Taylor, Kenneth Kellison, Thomas E. Moore.
8 Age Group – Gary Allan Sharp, David Moore, Robert Edward Long.
Mrs. Frank Eiller and Mrs. Dale Wyant, of Akron, Ohio, have been visiting their sisters, Mrs. Carrie Morrison and Mrs. Nellie Powell. Mrs. Wyant has just returned from a three week tour to Europe.
Richard Cutlip, of Williamson, spent the night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cutlip, on the way to Pendleton County to hunt for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hull and daughter, Mrs. Benton Smith, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hill, in Richwood recently. Mrs. Hill is in poor health.
Mrs. Troy Mace left last Friday, by train, for Evansville, Indiana, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Larry McManaman.
Mrs. Donald Vandevender left Sunday to spend some time visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ronnie Moses.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morrison, a son, named David Stanley.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kershner, of Lewisburg, a son, named David Edward.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lambert, a daughter, named Tammy Sue.
Born to Rev. and Mrs. Denver Lively, of Green Bank, twin sons, named William Robert and Donald Wayne.
Born to Electrician Mate First Class and Mrs. Harold R. Heckinger, of Ledyard, Connecticut, a son, named Scott Alan. The mother is the former Dorothy McGinnis.
Mrs. Effie Lou Birdie Varner, 77, died at her home at Boyer Tuesday, October 20, 1964.
Howard Granville Ray, 91, of Durbin; service at the Boyer Methodist Church.
Mrs. Mary Alice Weiford, 81, of Buckeye; a daughter of the late Luther and Margaret Cloonan Kellison; burial in the Ruckman Ceme- tery.
Lloyd P. Vaughan, age 57, of South Carolina; a son of the late Lovie and Georgia Vaughan, of Hillsboro
Earl Sheets, age 56, of Ellicott City, Maryland. Burial in Ellicott City.