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Feb. 27, 1958

Posted 2019-01-10

Feb. 27, 1958

    Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Moomaw and daughter Carolyn returned late Wednesday night from their Florida vacation. Two of the places they visited were Fort Meyers, Florida with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Funkhouser and a several hour stop with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Will of Cocoa, Florida. The warmest weather they had was at Key West when the temperature was 76 degrees.

    Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Fansler and Mr. and Mrs. B.W Fansler Jr. of Mt. Clifton took off for the sunny south this morning for a short vacation.

    Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Burkholder Sunday were their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. I.C. Moyers, son Bill and great- granddaughter Debra. Callers in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Newland and sons Jerry and Randy and Mr. W. L Vehrencamp Jr.

    Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Armentrout of Front Royal and Mr. and Mrs. Clovis W. Moomaw spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moomaw. Other callers were Mrs. Gladys Funkhouser and son Jim, Mrs. Mervin Dellinger and Larry Showalter.

    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Payne and sons Tommy, Johnny and Bobby visited on Sunday in Staunton with Mrs. Payne’s  mother,  Mrs. J. T. Hichman. They also visited Mrs. Payne’s grandmother Mrs. C.A. Lightman who is critically ill in Kings Daughters Hospital in Staunton. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wynne and children John and Mary Fleming spent the weekend with Mrs. Wynne’s mother, Mrs. Gwaltney at Smithfield, Va.

    Mr. and Mrs. B.W. Fansler Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Fansler left Tuesday for a ten-day vacation trip to Miami, Florida.

    The Mount Jackson Sewing Club will meet Monday evening March 3, at the home of Mrs. Alden Lonas at eight o’clock.

    Mrs. E. T. Hackley will be hostess to the Women’s Society of Christian Service of the Mount Jackson Methodist Church on Thursday evening at 7:45 pm.

    Pastor Franklin O. Senger III, spent Friday night in Richmond, attending a meeting of the Public Education Committee of the Virginia Division of the American Cancer Society at Hotel Jefferson.

    Mrs. Roscoe Mc Ghee visited the Eugene Fadelys on Thursday afternoon.