Phone 855-44Mr and Mrs. Bennie Brown
were so happy to have their six
children home for Christmas.
The three daughters - Mr. and
Jett (Doris) and son
Andy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B.
Floyd (Florida) and children Zeke
ana Wanda Kay, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Lillie (Sue) and two
boys Kenneth and Mickey, all
from Lexington, all have recently purchased new homes.
The three sons - Mr. and Mrs.
Lawion Brown and daughter Janet
of Van, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Brown and families of Herriphlll.
Also, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sparks
(Joan Brown, daughter of Lawson)
of Indiana and Mr. and Mrs.
Cliude Brown of Morehead, a
grandson of the Bennie Browns,
visited their grandparents for
the hglidays. Claude is working
in the A & P Store and his wife
is working in the Wright Jewelry
store during their Christmas vacation from school.
Bennie Brown attended the Sulphur Springs Regular Baptist,
Church at Elkhorn City Christmas
Mrs. Bennie Brown has not
been feeling well for the past
Mr. and Mrs. John L. J ohnson
of Lexington were the Christmas
eve guests of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gad Johnson of Hemphill. On Christmas day they visited her mother, Mrs. Belcher
at Feds Creek.
Lincoln Johnson, who has been
seriously ill in the hospital, was
some improved and able to come
home for Christmas, but has to
return to the hospital for more
Other guests of the Gad Johnsons
during Christmas were Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Pearl Ransom of Louisville, and her brother, Herman Ransom of Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hall,
who have been living in Florida,
Mary Mullins dies
Mary Louise Mullins, 41, died
Dec. 12 at her residence in Jenkins.
Miss Mullins, an evangelist wlih
the Church of God of Prophecy,
was the daughter ol Noati and
Elizabeth Mullins. She was sur- vivea Dy ner moiner, a utuuier
and five sisters.
Funeral services w6re held at
Polly and Craft Funeral Home,
Jenkins, with burial in the Baker cemetery.
now make their home
Roy Cantrell dies
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THE MOUNTAIN EAGLE,
IN POUND, VA.
By MRS. JIM REVIS
Mrs. S. H. Buchanan spent
Christmas day and had dinner
with her daughter and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mullins of
Pound, Va. The MulUnses'
children and grandchildren also
were there - Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mullins and two children xf
Dante, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Thur-ma- n
Mullins of Baltimore; Mr.
and Mrs. Reglnal Branham and
three children cf Cleveland. Mrs.
Buchanan spent Sunday with her
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Dotson of Jenkins.
Wayne Whltted s home from
school In Palntsville visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whlt-
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howington
enjoyed having their children In
over the holidays. Here were
Mrs. June Wrignt of Cleveland;
Mr. and Mrs. Press Howington,
Mr. Paul Howington, and Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmy Howington, all
of Cleveland. Lucy Lemars,
daughter of the Howlngtons,
cooked Christmas dinner at her
home in Jenkins for all the fam- -
ENGAGEDMr, and Mrs. Roland Porter Price of Lexington, formerly of Whltesburg, announce the engagement of their daughter,
Dalna Renee, to Mr. William Clifton Smith of St. Louis, Mo.,
son of Mrs. Burdette Morris of Canton, Ohio, and the late William C. Smith. Miss Price is a graduate of Christian College,
Columbia, Mo. , and Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. ,
where she was a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. She is
presently working on her master's degree In speech and audiolo-g- y
at Washington University, St. Louis. Mr. Smith, also a
graduate of Vanderbilt University, is attending Washington University Medical School in St. Louis. A late summer wedding is
HERE FOR HOLIDAYS
A. P. WILLIAMS
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hughes and
their two small sons of Memphis
came in last week for a two-weholiday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Hughes,
Andrew Clay spent the holiday
in Lexington with his daughter
Janice and the Preston family.
Mrs. Clay had been recuperating
at their daughter's home from
an operation, but returned home
with Mr. Clay Sunday evening.
John Niece returned from Johnson City, Tenn. , where he was
hospitalized a week following a
Richard Boyd has moved his
settling for someone
Harvey Day died December
17 at Whltesburg Appalachian
Hospital, where ne nad been a
patient six days.
Day, 76, was survived by three
daughters -- Nora Raleigh and Dalna Ingram, Kings Creek, and
Launa Raleigh of Mason, Ohio,
and two sons - Owen Day of
Kings Creek and James H. Day
of Westchester, O. Three brothers also survived -- Zack Day of
Charlestown, Ind.; George Day
of Kings Creek and Henry Day of
Big Stone Gap, Va.
Funeral services were held Sunday, Dec. 19, at the residence
of Owen Day with Elders Manius
Isom, Lawrence Day and I. D.
Back officiating. Burial was in
the Isom cemetery on Linefork.
Blair Funeral Home was in at-
Mrs. Trent buried
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Hall's mother, Mrs. John J. Fleming. Mrs. Fleming has been living alone since the death of her
husband a few weeks ago.
Hassel Johnson's daughter, Mrs
Leroy Fleming, his so" and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson of
Pekin, Indiana, have been visiting him. They also visited Mrs.
Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Fox and children Sandy
and Johnny from Tollesboro, Ky.f
are visiting his parents Mr. and
Mrs. Harve Fox this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gene
Johnson and Will Johnson spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Don
R. Adams in Elyria, Ohio.
Christmas day guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Fleming and Gary
were Miss Linda Carol Adams
and Sarah Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Darrell
Vanover are the proud parents of
an 8 lb. 5 oz. boy born Dec. 23
at Jenkins hospital. The baby
has been named Anthony Darrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adams are
enjoying a bushel basket of fruit
they received from Mr. and Mrs.
Zeke Smith from Florida.
Mrs. Ora Potter went to Johnson
City, Tenn , Christmas day to
visit her brother, Morrel Hill,
who Is in the Veterans Hospital
Roy Matthew Cantrell, 54,
diea Dec. 12 at Whltesburg
Cantrell was survived by his
wife, Mrs. Beulah Sampson Cantrell of Shelby Gap and 13 children: Curtis of West Virginia;
Mildred Hughes of Baltimore,
Md,; Magdelene Sanders of Florida; Shirley Galford of West
Virginia; Bertie Vanover of
Shelby Gap, Greta Buckhanan
of Georgia, Elner Anderson of
Shelby Gap, Gary Lee, Barbara
Sue, Jimmy Ray Dianna and Jerry, all of Shelby Gap; five brothers - Cas, Woodrow, Millard
and Ike of Ohio and Allen of
Neon; and four sisters - Lou Ruck-of Neon, Sarah Chllders and
Dessie Chllders of Shelby Gap
and iassie urannam ot Neon.
SIX BROWN CH ILDREN HOME FOR VISIT
By BONNIE DEMPSEY
Mrs. Nancy Lou Trent, 57,
died December 18 at the Whltesburg hospital.
Mrs. Trent .was survived by
ner nusoana, jim irent, ana
. five daughters and two sons Lola Parrott, Whitesburg; Chloe
King. Detroit. Allle Collinn
and Betty Zleman both of Tampa, Fla, and Clyde and Bill Trent
Funeral services were held at
the residence on Dec. 21 with
Elders Ira Dunn, Bill Sparks and
Ishmay Sparks officiating. Burial
was In the Evergreen Cemetery,
Whltesburg. Blair Funeral Home,
Inc., was in charge.
family into the house next to the
service station. He works at the
Christmas visitors in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Williams
were Mrs. James Majority and the
four of her smallest children of
Whltesburg. She helped fix a
fine Christmas dinner.
The Marlow Sunday School attendance was 44 last Sunday.
Presents for the boys and girls
were furnished by' the YWA girls
of the First Baptist Church in
Whitesburg and the sack of candies and fruits by the men here.
A. P. Williams is superintendent
of the school and teachers are
Mrs. Hazel Bowen and Mrs. A.
The Sapphire mines still are
running except for the holidays.
J. D. Banks brought Mrs. Banks
back from Lexington where she
had undergone surgery.
Mrs. Vanover dies
Mrs. Cansady Vanover, 77,
died Dec. 16 a- - Park Avenue
Hospital in Norton, Va., where
she nad been a patient five days.
Mrs. Vanover. daughter of the
late Alex and Polly Bentley,
was survived by four daughters
and four sons - Allora Draughn.
Leonia Baltls and Mildred Belcher
all of Pound and Viola Koonts of
Manassas, Va. , and Robert and
Hershel Vanover of Pound, Dee
Vanover of Jackhorn and Clyde
Vanover of Manassas.
Funeral services were held Sunday, Dec. 19 at the residence of
Hershell Vanover in Pound. Burial was in the Vanover family
cemetery. Blair Funeral Home.
tYuuesuurg, was in cnarge.
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Mrs. Patsy Sergent of Jenkins
spent 10 days in Whitesburg hospital but is home now.
Jim and I enjoyed the company
of Mrs. W. M. Dempsey, Mrs.
Mary Wright of Fleming and Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Foster and
Anthony of Louisville for Christmas dinner at our home in Jenkins.
Christmas eve my children and
I enjoyed visiting in the home of
our neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Lowe and their daughter Ginger.
Jimmy and Rachel kept listening
to hear the jingle of Santa's slay.
Mrs. Katnerlne Day and her
mother Mrs. Leatha Shelby of
Jenkins spent last week In Dayton with Mrs. Day's son and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tolllver.
Christmas eve Mr. and Mrs.
Wash Martin and children visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Sam
Martin at Hazard, Christmas day
the Martins' daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Wlllfams of Hyden,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Woodard
and girls had Christmas dinner
with ner parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Blaine Raye of Cumberland. They
brought Mrs. Woodard 's niece,
Sandy, home to spend a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wright and
children and Tom's sister Shiela
visited Jim and me Monday night.
Funeral held here
for Cincinnati man
services were held in
Dec. 19 for James
63, who died In Christ
Cincinnati, on Dec.
Bentley was survived by three
children: Mable Stanton, Cincinnati; Joyce Mutter, Coeburn,
Va. , and Henen Stanton, Cincinnati. Survivors also included
a brother, Andey Bentley of
and a sister, Mrs. Rosamund Curry, of Isom.
Moore and Craft Funeral Home,
Whitesburg, was in charge of
Mrs. Joe Vanover
rites at Cromona
Myrtle Lou Vanover died Dec -ember 14 at Whltesburg Appalachian Hospital.
Mrs. Vanover, wife of Joe Van-ove- r,
was the daughter of the late
Elkania and Lizzie Profitt.
She was survived by her husband
and two daughters: Sarah Bates, of
Wellington, O. , and Meble
Chicago, and three sons,
Arlle Vanover, Kona; Lloyd Van-ov- er
of Baltimore and Troy Wells
Funeral services were held Dec.
17 at the Apostolic
Cromona with ministers Lonnie
Holmes and Junior Young. Bur-
ial was In Baker cemetery at
Blair Funeral Home was in charge