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Charles Town, West Virginia
December 21, 1967     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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December 21, 1967

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CAT“ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER‘S ADVOCATE I l '1‘ RSDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1967 ,5" [S m .. t will t for along Our aralL . as , m LES L. COVERT cm W erill services were held Sun :d MEWSQ'z D. m. from the Melvin , def Colonial Funeral Home may i n, for Charles L. Covert, I _ " ,. :ffBaltimore, Md, an employ- 'lialW H,“ Chesapeake Paperboard m and nu" Baltimore, Md, who m”. 14, in Baltimore after and! .. ness of two months. The Tall“? 'bRBYmOnd Jones, officiated ; 5. fimal was made in Murriell ~ *elhodist Church. n ggceased was born in Jeff- the unty, Feb. 3, 1905, a son he Tunice and Laura , Mrs. Virginia , I died some time ago. ’ihgmg' are one step-(laugh- , an. William Costello, Laurel .. Bag two sisters Mrs Geor- . Deer, Charles Town; and ., lphia ‘ '- ,: re’Md (xaddow of Balti K ‘EdibmllND DANDRIDGE is of ‘gld Pendleton Dandridge, j» . lttsburgh, Pa. died, Mon- ; ter the Hermitage Nursing ': Re ’Alexandria. T r ,_ gas a frequent visitor at ., aw. Ower” near Leetown, for YQarS, .18é2 .andridge was born Nov. .’ "1 Winchester. He ‘3 Surv1ved by his widow, V Garfield C. Royston of Berryville, A—3 Mrs. Helen W. Dandridge of Pitts— burgh; one son, Edmund P. Dand- ridge of Raleigh, N. 0; one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth D. Wolf of Alexandria; one sister, Mrs. Helen Martin of Tuscon, Ari7..; and four grandchildren. A funeral service was conducted Thursday at 10:30 a. m. in Alex- andria. Burial will be at 2 p. m. in Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Winchester. MRS. BESSIE R. ROYSTON Mrs. Bessie Renner Royston, 70, of Clarke County died in a Staunton hospital Monday. She was the widow of William R. Ray- ston, who was a farmer. They had always made their home in Clarke County. Mrs. Royston was born Jan. 10, 1897, a daughter of the late Henry and Rose Homer Renner. Surviving are four children, Franklin R. Royston of Orlando, Fla, Mrs. Parthenia R. Wilson of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Bonnie! Christmas Baskets R. Payne of Woodbridge; two sis-, ters, Mrs. Bertha Huff and Mrsl Helen Lawrence, both of Clarke, County; two brothers, George Renner of Rippon, W. Va. and, Edward Renner of Alexandria, and nine grandchildren. As corolers sing their Happy Christmas songs, we add our voices to wish you good cheer. 1 l Our wish to you this happy 8earson: days full‘of joyous holiday 8liiiril‘, a heart brimming with good out for all, and a host of 1Blends, both old and new. A very Merry Christmas to you and yours. l:lllllWllY ICL EAN‘ERS WILLIAM R. HESS, Proprietor A funeral service will be con- Mrs. Townsend said the Jeffer- ducted Thursday at p. m. at the son County Board did not send John H. Endch Funeral Home, Berryville, by the Rev. E. Jackson of the Lutheran Church in Woodbridge. Burial will be in Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville. 140, Families In County To Receive Tonight a host of volunteer workers; many of them members of the Charles Town Lions Club, will gather at the W. & R, Sales Company, East of Charles Town and complete the job of prepar- ing some 140 to 150 baskets of food for delivery Friday to Jeff- erson County‘s less fortunate fam ilics so they might enjoy a much brighter Christmas Day and a bountiful Christmas dinner. The baskets are being provided throught the generous effonts of the county’s Christmas Cheer pro- gram which for the past several years has been sponsored by the Charles Town Lions Club in con- iunction with a number of chu- rches‘ and civic groups of the county. Hugh Via, general chairman of the project, said today that each basket will contain about $10 worth of meats, bread and a var- eity of stable groceries which go to make up a fine Christmas din- ner. He said plans are to deliver all the baskets Friday, with the deliveries being made by mem- bers of the Lions Club with an an assist from members of the Harpers Ferry National Job Corps Center. The money to finance this pro- gram will again this year come from the generous contributions of business, industry, organizat- ion, churches and individuals and -also from donations made at the Christmas Cheer House which has been in operation in down- town Charles Town for the past ten days. Mrs. G. P. Morison, Jr. Named Assistant Clerk County Draft Board Two changes in the Selective Service system in the Eastern Panhandle section have been an— nounced with Mrs. Lyle Town- send, who has been service as clerk of the Jefferson County Board for the past several years, having been promoted to the post of clery coordinator for the East ern Panhandle counties of Jeffer- son, Berkeley and Morgan. And thewBoaa-‘dls work in the Jefferson County office, Mrs. G. Morison, Jr., of Jefferson Avenue, has been named as assistant clerk of the board. The changes became effec tive December 4. The operating hours of the Jeff erson Board will be from 8:30 a. m. until 12:30 p. m. on Mondays and Thursdays and from 8:30 a. m. until 5 p. m. on Mondays, Tues days and Fridays. Mrs. Townsend will be in the Morgan county office each Wed- nesday and in the Martinsburg office on Thursdays and she will be in the Charles Town office on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. Mrs. Morison had been serving as secretary of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church for more than a year until taking over the Selective Service position. any man for induction RonaldAned Forces in December and in the sent only one man for physical examination. The January call received by the Local Board is for 12 men for induction and 28 men for physical examinations. Joy And»- FROM PAGE LA The stores in downtown Charles Town and Ranson have been en- joying an extremely brisk busi- ness and possibly when the Christmas shoppers leave complet ed their chores the merchants will find they have enjoyed another record shopping season. Because of Christmas coming on Monday this year, the Charles Town Retail Merchants decided to keep their stores open until the late hour of 9 p, m. Saturday night for the special accommodat- ion of last minute shop-ping. For the most part Christmas Eve and Christmas Day will be observed in a quite fashion with the traditional family gathering after the toys and Christmas packages have been opened and then the late afternoon or even- ing Christmas dinners will follow. With Jefferson County’s schools having closed down Friday after- noon and remaining closed until Tuesday, January 2, the more than 4.000 county school children will also be now fully joining in the holiday spirit of the accasion. All county, state and Federal offices in the county will be clos- ed from Friday until Tuesday morning, both over Christmas and New Year‘s and most of the Char- les Town and Ranson business es- tablishments wil1 be closed from 9 p. m. Saturday until Tuesday mooning. Bank Of Charles Town Makes Contributions To County Organizations Donald S. Smith, Executive, Vice President and Cashier of the Bank of Charles Town an nounced today the Board of Dir- ectors of the bank voted to make year-end contributions in the total amount of $1,500 to Jefferson County organizations, Charles Town General Hospital Endow- ment Fund will receive $500, Jeff erson County Park $350, 01d Char les Town Library $300, Jefferson County Youth Center $200, Shep- herd College Foundation $100 and $50 to the Christmas Cheer pro- gram. These contributions are in keping with a long established policy of the bank in making year and contributions and are in add- ition to the many contributions made to various worthy organizat- ions who conduct fund raising drives throughout the year. Entertainers To Be r At Job Corps Center A group of professional enter- tainers, sponsored by the Office of Economic Opportunity which has in the past been making tours of the various JobCorps Centers in the county, will be all; the Har- pers Ferry National Job Center, Christmas Eve to present a pro. gram. ‘ ‘ Center, officials said the public is inwited. to the program which will be held in the Center gymn- asium, starting at 7:30 p. m. Graveside Services Here Wednesday ’For Mrs. Kary Kane. Prominent Poet. Playrighl. Who Died In Atlantic City Graveside services were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the fam- ily plot in Fairview Cemetery in Charles Town, by the Rev. S. H. Patterson, for Mrs. Kary Virginia Kane, of Atlantic City, N. J ., wife of the late Rev. Will J. Kane, who died Thursday, Dec_ 14, in Atlantic City. The deceased a native of Cha- rles Town and Jefferson County. was for a number of years and outstanding stage and motion pic- ture personality as well as an author of plays and poetry. She was well-konwn in the theatrical and dramatica-l world for her appearances with the old Bor-man Stage show: the Brown Skin Mod- ile in Stepping High From Dixey. and from Broadway to Dixie. She grew up in Charles Town, having attended St. Phillips and the free public schools in Charles Town She was a member of the Free Will Baptist Church in Charles Town and was baptized by the late Reverend W. Wainwright. The deceased left Charles Town at an early age and managed to find a place in the theatrical and dramatical world both in New York and Hollywood, Calif. In Hollywood she studied at the Uni ,versal Scenario, and she wrote under the pen name of Miss K, V. Galure. Among the outstanding plays which she wrote was “The Clean Heart” and in 1926 Holly- wood produced it. In 1932 the deceased remarried the Reverend Will J. Kane and together they found the Holy Cross Baptist Church and the Macedonia Baptist Church, Brook lyn, N. Y., and in 1935 she receiv- ed a ministrial license and was ordained in 1937. In 1948 she returned to Atlantic City and founded “Kane’s Rest Home for the aged” where isne served until January 19, 1967. At her passing she was united with the Bethel Baptist Church in At- lantic City. She was the daughter of the late John and Mary M, Stau nton. She was the mother of Brez ette A. C. Johnson who resides in Atlantic City and a sister of Clarence Staunton, also of Atlan- tic City. 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