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December 10, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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December 10, 1959

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OF JEFFERSON rXRS ERSADVOCATE col'a~ed for Lhe Chri.,tmas seasc,n DEeP.riP. ,n A [and hostesses presented everyone ="-'~"""~" ""' """" "--"-" Iwith a Christmas corsage. ~--- -- ~ I Mrs. Thomas Lennon, president ~-'~'- ~ ~~1 led the devotional period and Mrs. _ t]lRoscoe Payne read the Christmas r~ Iz ! ~ i ][[ stay as found in the Bible. J[J C ~ ~" h ~ ~ 1~ (1 [4 ] ] 111 ~ 1~ ~ | (~ 1[ ~ Mrs. Harry Barker and Mrs. A. "" I- ~ ~ ~, ~ ~,~ -~ ~.* ~ ~,~ -!- ~ ~, ~ li D. Peters sang "'Silent Night, Holy [[[ Night" with Mrs. Inger' Garrison "~'~"--- 'i ] as accompa,nist, It 1 Mrs. Herman Willis Mrs. Betty I. HUNTER I Helen Riner Miller, at the home I Stanley Mrs A C Halvosa Mrs services were held Wed i a~ 805 West .King street; .~wo sons [Singleton Luttrell and Mrs. Glen'n ~rn0oon at 3 p. m. from ;.be. ~ X~. mi!ler, dr. wi~n me -~ar- [Edwards each lighted a candle as ,~ r. Strider Colonial !me ~orps. a~ ~tuanuco, va:; way Ithey told of t'he various names by ~.mein Ranson, for Hen ine 1). Miller aL name; ~rotner [which the Christ is known. Mrs. unter, 67 of Charles I John N, Miller: York, Pa. and sev- j Margaret Ennis closed with pray- aZr the pa~sL 24 years, eral nieces. ..... and nepnews [ er.' hs Preside,at and man-I Serwces were.held Wednesday[ During the business the indi- c Whitmore Lumber a~. z. p. m. ac rco~emon~ x~.ogel: [ gent people of the community es- La. Charles Town The iscnatz and Canaan r'unerallpecially those who formerly lived h~,_. ~ra Scholl pastor of the ~,^..,... ^r ~, ,Hair with the Rev. Edward P. [ at the Coun'Ly Farm ie'"ff'e~hdist-Chm~'nwasa ,m- ~'~"~'"'~'o'~'*ci"r'n~seph's,~--,~- -, =- s Catholic I Mrs. Richard Adams had charge memoer o - h r s R s 'la ' . of t e prog am. Mr.. o'coe Pay- 1 was made in Edge Burial was In Rosedale Cam-] ........ err eterv ] ne redo a poem "wnns~mas yls- -' , . , "" "ion" Mrs. Katherine Bul31S sang : marion Blue, Mel "--~'-~- "T'~S"' Z~m~'i'~'~" ana "~ Hal" Melvin Wilt Mar- ROY GILBERT LEIGHT '~k~',, ~...,~' "'~ .... '*.~'-'.~ **.~ ' Nl~/lu . ~& tS ~'XLI tXl 1 1 ~ ~UC~U UIIU William Martin and Roy 'Gilbert Leight, 54, of Ber, heart warming story of the Sr, ryville, Va. died Wednesday in"Christ Child's Christmas Tree". requested that ex-the University of Virginia Hospit- The group then sang Carols. ' ympathy Lake the al in Charlottesville. Presents were distributed from to the Jefferson Auxiliary Meier a sportsman died early Man- in the Charles Town of cancer. to Charles Town Hunter was assoc- M. S. Hunter and Company, Hollidays a veteran of War served in the had long been a Charles Town Me and served as a Board of Managers es Town General Has to being an at- he was atfiliat- fraternal and civic of Charles Town. g, Pc. Ap- deceased was a son Barr Hunter and Hunter. Surviv- Wife, Jess Gifford Hun home on East Congress daughters-Mrs. O. L. Perry; and Mrs. A. Charles Town; dau Mrs. Nancy Funk- Harrisonburg, Va.; The rol- and s4sters also Hunter, Jr., Matt- r. Maxwell W. Hun- dlidaysburg, Richard View Pc.; and Mrs. Mrs. ~Iames err, Al- E's. Jane Phillips, AI ; Mrs. H. R. Phillips, rise,n, Mrs. George ollidaysburg. WELSHANS ,a Gardner Welshans, Lewls Welshans, Monday morn- on Main Street stown. of Hagerstown, Md a xriage she died in ~ .~ to w~ch she came In 1902 when she be- Ice in Shepherds- an active member and Reform and of Pack Horse N. 'S. D. A. R. She member of the Iwn Woman's Club of the founders of Public Library letted diligently as a ne library committee. are two sons-Freel Shepherdstown; Welshans, Paines- four gra,.ndchildren- S. M~llard, James 111, Freel G. Wel. Richard M. Wel- great grandchild ! Services Were at 2 p. m. rx Christ Reformed With the Rev. Josel~h of Martinsburg of- was made in church hill came- Were C. F. Ly, ne, L. t, Oliver Ikenberry, ler, Russell White, BREEDEN conducted Tues- ". from the Smith Memorial Funeral Henry Breeden, some time Dec. 2 at his Lawrence Street. Where he lived a- body was not dis- lday about noon. T..Scholl with burial in had been an era- Road Commis ~e past 10 years. concerned ;how up for work home. Charles Ephraim Day Summoned Dr. Mil Jeffers~u county t'hat he attack and ate time of Born d,n Frederick county, Va. on April 22, 1905, he was a son of the late William Henry and Lucy Stuckey Leight. He had been employed by H, F. Byrd, Inc. in Berryville. Surviving are: his wife, Mrs. Verna Roberson Leight, at home; nine children-Mrs. Emily Donald son, Winchester, Va.; Forrest L., Seattle, Washingtc,n; Kenneth W. and David H., Leesburg, Va.; Mrs. Betty Bray, Mrs. Verna Wood, Donald, Rebel% L. and Nancy Lei ght, Berryville; 13 grandchildren; two sisters-Mrs. William Sigler, Martinsburg; Mrs. Pearl Edwards Charles Town; two brothers-Char les Leight, Berryville; William Leight, Martinsburg. Services were held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at Vhe John H. Enders Funeral Home in Berryville. Burial was in the Masonic Cem etery in Middleway. Va.] Dec. 3, son of Early P. Breeden. daughter, Mrs. ; Son en, serving aboard with the Navy; four brothers- Mrs. Hen- and Thomas ~ray,. Va.; Cor- and Clar ,arisen. E. MILLER ler, owner and op E, Miller Radio on East died in King's where he was ning by Ryneal illness of five a grocery in Coming to OPen the present go. Pa. he was A. and Ca- er. ,n of World War ~e American Le- Na. 601, and the Travelers. his wife, Mrs. KEITH NEVILLE Word was received here over She weekend of the death in North Platte, Neb. on Dec. 4 of Keith Neville , 75, former governor of Nebraska, who died in a North Platte Hospital. Neville, husband of Marie Neill, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. William Neill of Charles Town, was Governor of Nebraska in 1917 1919. i Mr. Neville, known as "The Boy 'Governor", was just thh'ty-three 'whe,n he took office. He ran again in 1940 but was defeated In 1954 he was an unsuccessful candidate for United States Senator. During his long career as a public servant, Mr. Neville was Ne under a lighted Christmas tree. The hostesses, Misses Prances and Lucille Heflebower, Mrs. Gler~ Edwards, Miss Mary Maga ha and Mrs. Elva Tharpe served refreshments of ice cream and cake loaf, "Heavenly Hash" fudge, i nuts,, coffee and tea. DAD and MOTHER SIGN UP TODAY FOR CHRISTMAS DRAWING PRIZES ill ELECTRIC TRAIN SEe braska's state N. R. A. director in EFFANBEE Work War II, served on the North I ~ DOLL AND Platte City Council and School [~--~'~~. ~U~k Board and as a director of the LAYETTE Platte Valley 'Public Power and ;"! t Irrigation District. He also served ] ~~ as Democratic National Commit- teema~ for Nebraska. NOTHINQ The deceased is survived by his 1~~~ TOBUY wiLfe and four daughters-Mrs. Pred Siemon, Mrs. Willard New- I ~ JUST COME SEE berry, Mrs. Robert Robertson, Mrs. Roy-]Bystrons, all of North Platte; eight grandsons and one granddaughter. Funeral services were held in Noz%t] Platte, Gleaners Class Holds Christmas Party At Mrs. White's Home The Gleaners Class of the Char les Town Methodist Church held its Christmas Party at the home af Mrs..Francis White Tuesday night. Party-six members and Gi| s Galore Amity Leather Goods-Evening in Paris by Bourjois- Eastman Kodak Cameras - lewelite Dresser Sets - Remington Shavers-Parker Pens-Sylvania Flash- bulbs-Schick Shavers-Timex Watches -Williams Gift Sets-Westclox Clocks and Watches - end countless other wo~lerful holiday giftS! Drawing Will Be Held Here DECEMBER 24th. MOFFETTeS PHARMACY Phone 780 Charles Town, W. Va. g zests attended. .' The house was beautifully de-[ ..~..~..~..~l~.,~..l~.~ r A PPLI A NCES .._ I RADIOS, TELEVISIONS, RECORD PLAYERS, HI-F I, STEREO l OAS MAS SMALL 'APPLIANCES l I RADIO - TELEVISION - APPLIANCES 222 WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 487 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 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