VOLI. 3. NO. 5 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1964 - TWELVE PAGES $5.00 per yor 10 per
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"Nellie" Comes Home
By MARGE HARRIS
The five year old black and
tan Beagle Hound belonging to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leas, re-
cently came home following a two
The story began in November,
1962 when "Nellie" disappeared
from the Leas home in Union-
port. Mr. Leas searched the
area for several weeks without
success. Soon after that time
the Leas family moved to Wint-
ersville and their home in Union-
port was torn down.
Mrs. Leas' mother, Mrs.
Knight, still lives in Unionport
noar the former property of Mr.
aid Mrs. Leas. On Monday, Dec-
ember 21, 1964, Mrs. Knight dis-
covered Nellie at the site of the
former Leas home. Mrs. Knight
immediately notified Mr. and
Mrs. Leas and "Nellie" is now
at home with the Leas family
at 180 Cross Street, Wintersville.
At the time of her return,
"Nellie" was wearing a 1958
West Virginia License and a
1954 Ohio License Tag. Mr. Leas
believes that "Nellie" has trav-
eled many miles to get home
and he and Mrs. Leas, and their
six children are very pleased
to have "Nellie" home at last.
The Staff of the Wintersville
C~it!ry.v inchp< f? -r ace e thof < ir*4-^^
Mr. Robert Leas and "Nellie" thanks for your cooperation dur-
ing the holidays.
We will resume normal opera-
tion next week.
Christmas Spirit Comes To Jefferson County
Home of Hubert Morris-429 Canton Road
On Saturday evening, the Wintersville Citizen's Photographer, Harold '.'Mac" McClain, and his
wife, Irene, went driving to admire some of the many beautiful Christmas decorations in our
area and he took some shots at random.
Due to limited space, we are unable to show more than just a few of the many beautiful scenes
in Jefferson County.
For a most enjoyable evening, take the family and tour the countryside to fully appreciate the
talents of your neighbors.
For more pictorial coverage please turn to pages 6 and 7.
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