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3: per cent of the turned out for election Tuesday. was re-elect- of Education Jr., coming for the Repubfi- Second District Steve Hunter easily but J. of Buckhannon, won . He will face Staggers, Jr., and Bill Proud- Pocahontas for the nominations for but the vote made Charles Jordan, the winners. vote totals were Jordan, 2707, and Bob Irwin ker, of Summers- nominee over D. P. of Webster Given carried County. however. vote for the county is given on page 2. race is between and Perryn a on the Commit- Bank District. returns have winning by one Commission will to canvass the S* ond Class Postage Paid at Marlinton. W. Va. 24954 TII F PO( 'A ttONTAS TIM ES cPot Office No. 436-640) Volute IN MAILllfroN, POCtiNIA! 00HTr,  ViIOImA 14B6 JUNE ), tN! Nml J0 Ho memakers Trail Extension Club will meet June 8, at 1:30 Trail Corn- for Birthday Senior Citizens Senior Citizens June 11, itizen Center be a program and Club at 7:30 pm on 4, in the Mar. Building. and fl. for Pioneer nembers urged to Bank Senion es June 7 - Basket Library, 10 ages welcome 10 - Regular at the Library June 15 - Monthly June 21 - Basket 10 am - 3 Center Clothing Cen- a on Saturday, June open each 10 am to 5 pm. Center and 8atur. noon West Durbin in by the Bethel School Music Program Marlinton Elementary School will present a musk program on Thursday, June 3, at 7:30 pm the gym. Everyone invited. Piano Rec/ttls A recital will be held at the Marlinton Methodist Church on Sunday, June 6, at 2:30 pm by the piano students of Mrs. Millie Seagraves. Everyone welcome. Kathy Snyder will present her piano students in recital on Monday, June 7, at 7:30 pm at the Marlinton Methodist Church. Recital On Sunday, June 6, at 7:30 pm the Marlinton Woman's Club will sponsor a recital honoring the outstanding young musicians of the county at the Marlinmn Methodist Church. The public is invited. A reception will follow. Notice Pocahontas County Horse- man's Association will meet Thursday, June 3, at 7:30 p. m., at the Stockyards. Qike. a - Then The St. Judea Bike-A-Then w'ii] again be held in'the Durbin area. The date is Saturday, June 5, from 1 to 4 pro. Mrs. Judy Fuller is the coordinator so please call her if you wish to sponsor a biker or if you wish to particpate by riding your bike. The mute this year will be on the upper end on old Rt. 250. Mrs. Fnller's number is 456. 3131. Volunteers to patrol the road, make cookies and drinks are also needed. Please support this effort in any way you can. A. F. & A. M. Past Master's degree at Mar- linton Lodge 127, AF & AM, on Wednesday, June 9, at 8 pro Teen Job Bank The Youth Health Service is again running a Job Bank Service for teens and young adults in Pocahontas County. The purpose of the Job Bank is to connect persons who need temporary workers for jobs in manual labor, babysitting, farm work, etc., with willing young adults needing work during the summer months. If you are interested in employing a young adult or if you are a young adult in need of summer employment, please call 799-6772 to be signed up on the Job Bank. .. Pioneers Crdu Begin getting craf[s ready for Pioneer Days - quilts, embroid- ery, fancy work, and other crafts of all types. For informa- lion contact Mrs. Ward Barlow, 799-6538.287 Circle View Farm Marlinton, W. Va. 24954. NOTICE The Family Planning Clinic will be held on Tuesday, June 8, from 2 to 4 pro, and the Blood Pressure Clinic will be held on Tuesday, Jupe 15, from 1 to 3 pro. Clinics postponed due to the election. Walkathon Over $4,000 was raised in the Walkathon for little Patrick Gragg at Green Bank Monday. Patrick was reported very ill Tuesday. Anniversary The children of Delbert and Mary Frances Moore invite you to a reception in honor of their40th wedding anniver- Sary at the New Hope Church o! the Brethren at Dunmore Sunday, June 6, 1982. Hours between 6 p. m. and 8 p. m. Everyone welcome. No gifts please. Plant Flowers! Thursday, June 3, has been set for the day to plant flowers in Marlinton, if you haven't already done so. The Marlinton Woman's Club asks its mem- bers and all others willing to help to come set out flowers in beds and boxes. We can make our town more beautiful with lots of red and white flowers. Family Seminar The Rev. Calhoun Johnson will hold a Family Enrichment Seminar at the Trinity Baptist Chapel Thursday - Saturday, June 3 - 5, at 7:30 pro. Everyone welcome. Special Singing Special Singing at the Frost Methodist Church this Sunday, June 6, at 7:30 pro. Everyone welcome. New Hope Lutheran Church Hinnehaha Spring1 Sunday, June 6 Sunday School at 10 a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m. Everyene welcome. Woods Poage Chapel Baptist Services Sunday Sunday aool 10 am ohip II am ing Union 6:30 pm Thursday Prayer Scrvice 7:80 pm speml sinns Special Singing the  Sun- day of each month at 7:30 All singe, wdeme. Grace independent Baptist Church MarHntoa Sunday School 10 am Morning Worship 11 am Night Service 7:30 pm Wednesday Service 7:80 pm Everyone invited Indian Draft Church Preaching anuneql dell. ing on Sunday, 6, 1:80. Huntenvllh Community Church No service this week. St. John's EpiscopalOzurch Madinton Sunday, June 6 11 am - Scrvlee of Momin_4 Prayer Bible Study The Wesley Chapel Method- ist Church in Hillsboro will have Bible Study every Wed- nesday at 7 pro. Everyone welcome. Pioneer Days Food All persons and organlza. tions planning to serve food during Pioneer Days are asked to send the information to the Times office to be included in .the program as soon as possible Let's ALL Help to Keep the CHURCH NOTICD REVIVAL Revival Services will be held at the Faith Baptist Church, Pine Grove Road, Arbovale, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, June 9 - ll, at 7 each night. The Rev. Paul Delmark will be the speaker. Special singing. Everyone welcome. Nursery provided. REVIVAL The Pine Grove Church of the Brethren will hold a Revival Sunday through Sunday, June 6- 13, with services at 7:30 pm. The speakers will be the Rev. Rick Woodall, Sunday thru Wednesday, and the Rev. Mark Bowser, Thursday thru Sunday Everyone invited. Brethren Church Picnic The Churches of the Breth- ren will have a picnic at Pine Grove on Sunday, Jane 6, beginning with a joint service at 10 am. The Rev. Dennis Estes will be the speaker Special Services There will be special services at the Rock Camp Community Church on Saturday, June 5, at 7:30 pro. There will be special singing and Sister Jeanne Keaton will bring the message. Everyone welcome. Vacation Bible Schools The Church of God, Beard Heights, will have Bible School June 7 - 12, at 7:30 each night with classes for all ages. Brother Jarreil will teach adult classes on "The Gift of the Holy Ghost." Bible School at the Brush Run Church will be held June 14 - 18, 9 am to noon each day, with classes for grade kinder- garten thrn grade 10. Everyone welcome. Bible Study There will be Bible Study eve first and third Thursday at 7;30 pm at the Boyer Church of the Brethren on the Book of James. Everyone welcome. Upper Pocahontas Presbyterian Churchu Summer Schule Services every Sunday Liberty: Worship Service 10:15 tea Sunday School 11:00 am Baxter: Sunday School 10:15 am Worship Servfce 11:16 am Alexander Memorial: Worship Service 9:00 am Sunday School 10:00 tim Sunday, Jtme 6 Evening Worship First Sunday of each month at Alexander Memorial 7:80 Trinity Baptist C_,hapd Buckeye South of Buckeye on Rt. 219 Sunday School 10 am Worship Service 11 am Bible Study at Snowshoe , 1:30 pm Sunday N'qght 'Service 7:30 pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:80 pm Thurday Bible Study at Rm- iek 7 Inn Valley Head FrieMahip Baptist C.hch Preaching and 8pedal SJ- ----.--0nnm. SUndaY' June e, st Everyone weleomt SNOWSHOE Summer Special Events Clawson Sheets, Jr. Ciawson Sheets, Jr., of Bar- tow, died in Davis Memorial Hospital in Elkins, Tuesday night, June 1, 1982. No arrangements have been made as we go to press. llai6H Sire Walker Randall Sharp, 73, died Thursday, May 27, 1982, in Raleigh General Hospital in Beckley after a long illneu. Mr. Sharp was a retired fire- man in Beckley al:d a former farmer on Browns Creek. He was a member of Shiloh Chap. el Christian Nation Church, of Mr. Hope. He was born July 21, 1908, at Fairview, the son of Han- son J. and Maggie A. Irvine Sharp. He was first married to Amy Moore who died about eight years ago. Surviving him are his wife, Mary Clay Sharp; a daughter, Linda Weatherholt; u brother, Emerson Sharp, and two sis- ters, Mrs. Hulda Friel, and Mrs. Grace Dilley all of Mar. ]inton; three grandchildren. Services were held Saturday at 2 p. m., at the VanReenen Funeral Home with the Ray. Don W. Thoebua officiating. Burial was in McLaugblin Cem- etery in Hunteraville. Walbr 0. Jadlh Walter G, Smith, 79, of Slatyfork, died Sunday, May 30, 1982, at home, after a short illneu. Born in Piekens, he was a retired foreman for Western Maryland Railroad where he wu employed for 46 years. He was a member of Mace United Methodist Church. Surviving are cons, Phillip, Fairmont, Norman, of Slaty. fork; daughter, Mrt. Wanda Maq)k, of Webster Springs; sister, Mrs. Mary Doyle, of Mue; Mven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. aimi Ernest J. Wooddell Ernest J. Wooddell, 55, of Orrville, Ohio, died Friday, May 21, 1982, at Wooster Community Hospital. He was born in Green Bank, the son of Ada and Sadie Keirn Wooddell. He moved to Orr- ville from Rittman eight years ago. He was a veteran of the Korean War. He was employed by the City of Orrvilh as a garage me- chanic and a member of the Orrvilie V. F. W., Wadsworth Eagle Club and the Wooster P. W P. Surviving are his former wife, Frances Beichler, of Wooster, Ohio; three sons, Ernest, of Akron, Daniel and Michael and two daughters, Debra and Pamela, all of Orr- ville; two grandchildren; four brothers, Robert, of Green- belt, Maryland, Stanley, of Front Royal, Virginia, Guy of Bartow, Nevitt, of Nitro; a sister, Mrs. Carl [Theima] Galford, of Green Rank. His parents, five brothers and a sister preceded him in death. Among the patients in the Memorial General Hospital in Elkins during the past two weeks were James Farley and Harold Cristman, Bartow; Ruby Jeffries, Bertha Collins, Robert Bush, Emmetta Biggs, Luticia Boggs, Emmett Tracy, and Ruth L. Sharp, Madinton; Vicki Croston, Siatyfork; Wil- liam Hess, Hillsboro; Donald Hovatter, Green Bank; Barbara Tawney, Buckeye; Scott Brun- dage and Ralph Romine, Arbo- vale; Grace Lewis, Droop; iarold Wilfong, Mill Point; and Charles Palmer L Minneha- SUPER . . NOW00mm 1 COP-R-LOY" ROOFING l BETTER THAN EVER NEW STRONGER STEEL plus NEW MULTIPLE RIBS for GREATER STRENGTH Keep yor stock dry and warm--protect your valuable property with strong--watertight Wheeling Super Chaa. neldraia GalvaniFd Roofingmade of Cop.R-Loyspe. cial large drain channel prevents leaks at side lapsspccial .ea.d ,imp pcotects against leaks and wind flapping at lap joints. and Roof Trimmings. Come in to see us today, . MADE TO LAS__._T BY WHEELING II REDWOOD STAIN 1 is still on sale at $3.99 gal. ,el i Albert Coleman, Marlinton, won the trier given ( away June 1 at the store. 0 -COME IN AND SEE US-- C J. t HARDWARE a FURNITURE - MAItLINTON, W. VA. BIRTHS hbm Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lee Marlinton -- Mrs. Clara Ray, Grimes, of Dunmore, announce Forrest Taylor, Anthony Me. the birth of their second child, Coy, Cecil Cornell, Mrs. Daisy a daughter, Pamela Lee, on Hansford, Mrs. Eula Under- May 21 1982, at Davis Me- wood, Waldo Ruzzurd, Edward mortal Hospital. Pamela weigh- Walker ad seven pottuda and ten ounc. Green Bank -- Mrs. Llllion es. She was welcomed at home Puffenbarger by a brother, Randall Lee. Hillsboro -- Mrs. Mary H. Hrs. Grimes is the former Dean Linda Lee Taylor, of Duumore. Buckeye -- Samuel School. Maternal grandparents are craft Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Minnehaha Springs- Mrs. Ttvior, of Dunmore. Naomi Mouser Paternal grandhther is Day. Discharged during the past id H. Grimes, of Dunmore; week were Mrs. Mamie Tall. reat.grandhther is Russell man, Hunter Taylor, Jacob aylor0 of Dunmore; great- Taylor, Mrs. Kimberly Bennett grandmother is Madge iner, Robert Bush, Mrs. Virginia of Monterey. Mr. and Mn. Jamu Alex- finder, of Woodbridge, Vir. gmm, announce the birth of a daughter, Marianne Christine, on May 4, 1982, weighing sev- en pounds and nine and one. haft ounces. They also have a son, three and one-half yearn old. The mother is the former Shaw and baby girl, Mrs. Elizabeth Cook, Mrs. Barbara Kellison, Mrs. Letha Shifilett Visiting Hours 1 to 4 pm - 7 to 8:30 pm Among the patients recently discharged from the Greenbrier Valley Hospital at Falriea was Harold Wilfong,'Mill Point. Among the patients in the Davis Memorial Hospital in Elkins recently were Virginia Linda Sue Callieon. Lucas, Snowshoe; Peggy Kim- The maternal grandparents ble, Thelma Peek, and Rebecca are Mr. and Mrs. hmuel Cal- Judy, Bar*row; Ina Neighbors, lima, of Arlington, Virginia, Cass; Katherine Hazeiton, and the great-grandmoer is Hillsboro; Lula Shifflett, Dur- Mrs. Elizabeth Callieon 8ebert, bin; and Inn Dean, Marlinton. d Lewmbur M'. ne is the fourth gr, t- Pal parenta are lrandebild of Ray F. Rexrode, Mr. and Mrs. H../nty Alezan- of Durbin. der, of Houston. Minhmippi, Saddle Oxford Sale! Gids' Sizes 10 to 4 Grass Greener Right Here at Home... by Doing Business with Each Other. Our INTEREST Is In YOUI Member Federal Reserve Buk -- lasar'FVlC 9-3, Yri_eveuing 5.-Tf- Mort. Fri. 8:30-3, lZri. evening 5-7, Sat. 8:30-Noon June 19 - 20 ha Springs. 10 Kilometer Hill Climb Bicycle Race (Sanctioned August, 20 - 22 Men's/ Mrs. Mary Snyder, her by United States Cycling Men s/Women's Open daughter, Martha, and her Federation) Second year Amateur Tennis Tourna- mother, Inn Neighbors, all of with racers from five states, ment. Cass, were injured in an ned- Last year there were sev- August 22 dent at Huttonsville on May 25. 10 Kilometer Mt. Chal- Mrs. Neighbors was admitted era] racers from five states. !enge Foot Race. Last year there were sev- eral racers from the inter- 'September 11 - 12 national circuit. Bicycle Stage Race July 4- Horse Show- Jada-,Sanctined by Unite lee Stables. States Cycling Federation. July 24 - 25 Saturday - Cross Country Junior Invitational Ten- Race on WV Scenic High- his Tournament (Largest way. Junior tournament held in Sunday - 10 Kilometer West Virginia). Hill Climb (This race is exciting and draws interest- August 14 Fifth Annual Hillbilly ing racers. Chili cookoff (Chili cooks from five states vie for prizes including a trip to the World Chamionship Competition in California.) to the Davis Memorial Hos- pital. Mrs. Snydef and Ma_ha were treated and released. Do You Want Par-t-time Work? The Marlinton Chamber Commeree is compiling "bank" of qualified would like to work a few hours or part-time - secretarial work, baby sitting, store work, etc. Call Libby Rexrode, 799-4990 or Harvey Galford, 799-4794. RuidS Sole & Bwded Ht 7213-3 Black & White Smooth Leather Rclular $23.00 to $25.00 NOW ONLY $16.99 Peoples Store & Supply PHONE 799-4118 MARLINTON, W. V&