Thursday,\r\n September 2, 1965\r\n\r\nDewey Sharp called in to report a chilly 31 degrees Sunday morning at the Scout Camp. neighbor Lee McMann and his thermometer read 30 very early in the morning. The Monday morning reading in upper Pocahontas was 30 with a killing freeze.\r\n- - -\r\nMike Mynuk, of Fairless Hill, Pennsylvania, is visiting his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gay, and working on his new house.\r\n\r\nReunion\r\nThe Sixteenth Annual Richard Hill Family Reunion was held at Droop Mountain State Park on Sunday, August 15. Rev. N. S. Hill, of Dunbar, conducted devotions. Rev. Hill also delivered the Memorial address, using as his theme, \u201cLest We Forget.\u201d\r\nThe afternoon speaker was Senator Jennings Randolph. Other speakers were Delegate Thomas Edgar, Editor Jane Price Sharp, Judge Robert Maxwell and Gary Hollandsworth.\r\nOldest Hill relative present, George P. Hill, of Hillsboro, 87. Youngest Hill relative present, Stephen Lowell Cutlip \u2013 five month old son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Cutlip, of Craigsville.\r\nOldest married couple, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hull, of Hillsboro, 60 years.\r\nYoungest married couple, Mr. and Mrs. John Shue \u2013 2 months.\r\nLargest family present \u2013 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Boggs, of Hillsboro, 8 children.\r\nTraveling the greatest distance, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eckert, and children, Sandra, Bradley and Pamela, of Lamar, Colorado, 1,479 miles.\r\n\r\nOf Men and a Mighty Mountain\r\nCheat Mountain, of course. \r\nThis is the title of the new book by W. E. Blackhurst, of Cass, which is just off the press at McClain Printing Company at Parsons. We got a copy the past week and it makes good reading.\r\nThe mountain speaks, the author speaks, and forty-five short readable sections follow in which everyone connected with the tremendous job of harvesting the timber from mighty Cheat Mountain speaks. Many of whom you know \u2013 Clyde Galford, Walter Good, Connell Gillispie; others are now gone. But the voices of known and unknown, from the superintendent, who was awed by the mighty forest he came to harvest, to the cook who cooked for breakfast fifteen gallons of oatmeal or mush, five hundred biscuits, three or four hams, three hundred eggs, plus cake, pie, prunes and peaches; the woodsmen, trainman, townspeople, storekeeper, schoolteacher, etc. \u2013 they all have a story to tell.\r\nBIRTHS\r\nBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Don Goldizen, of Parkersburg, a daughter, named Debra Sue.\r\nBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feather, of Richmond, Virginia, a son, named Timothy Allen. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Burner, of Durbin.\r\n\r\nDEATHS\r\nDavid L. Lewis, one-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert T. Lewis, of Hillsboro; burial in the Old Brick Church Cemetery at Hillsboro.\r\nEverette Burton Brown, 54, of Mill Point; burial in the Sunrise Cemetery in Jacox.\r\nBasil Elmer McLaughlin, 49, of Marlinton; a son of Elmer McLaughlin, of Huntersville, and the late Ethel Wilfong McLaughlin. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.\r\nDavid Blair Lowe, 83, of Caldwell; a retired mail carrier and farmer. Burial in Rosewood Cemetery at Lewisburg.\r\nMrs. Lena Belle Daugherty, 57, of Marlinton; a daughter of the late William Jackson and Lillie Crawford Jackson. A member of the Rising Mt. Zion Baptist Church. A wonderful person to know and love. Her many friends and loved ones who mourn her passing will forever cherish her memory.