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Christmas Open House Friday First National Bank
The staff of First National Bank's Ardmore Office invites everyone to attend their Christmas Open House Friday, December 14, from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Stop by the bank during the Open House and be sure to bring your camera. Santa Claus will be present for pictures and to visit with the children.
Refreshments will be served in the lobby during the Open House.
Ardmore Says Goodbye To Lee King
Ardmore said goodbye to local businessman, Robert Lee King, Jr., during a service held Sunday afternoon, December 9, at Ardmore Chapel Funeral Home.
King was the owner and operator of King's Hardware on Main Street in Ardmore for more than 33 years. Lee and wife, Joan, along with their staff served the customers at the store and made many friends throughout the years.
King also served his country for seven years in the United States Air Force, including one tour in Vietnam. He was a member of the First National Bank Community Board, Trustee for the Pettusville Cemetery and a past president of the American Legion/Ardmore Post. He enjoyed collecting toy trains.
Born December 15, 1947, he died December 5, 2018, at his residence.
See complete obituary on page 10.
Memorial donations may be made to the Ardmore Veterans Museum, c/o Kenneth Crosson, 22045 Austin Whitt Road, Ardmore, TN 38449.
Supporting Team Natalee at the St. Jude Marathon Saturday, December 1, 2018, in Memphis, TN, are, from left, front row, Katie Schumacher, Ruthie Schumacher; back row, John Schumacher, Bethany Schumacher, Natalee Emerson, Mike Emerson and Pam Emerson. Team Natalee had 35 participants and raised $10,011 for St. Jude. (courtesy photo)
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