See their family record.
(The obit. for Carson Lee Jenkins is one I wrote. There wasn't one printed in our paper.)
(From The Winchester Evening Star date unknown at present.)
nice, George Washington National Forest, Saturday June 25, 1938. Front Row (sitting and kneeling), left to right: Billy Keister, Miss
Hazel Sonner, ("Spot", mascot) Mrs. E. E. Keister, little Miss Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Jenkins, Mrs. Bertha Miller
Miss Hazel Eshelman, Mrs. Clyde Chandler and twin daughters, Dorothy and Dolores, Miss Zelda Licklider, Clyde Chandler, Miss Wilma
Orndorff, Miss Louise Bertschinger, Frank Bell, Miss Alma Finch, James Warner, Miss Netha Glaize, Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Nicholson and
son, Miss Martha Finch, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Watts and son, Mrs. Frank Bell, Ross Stickell, Mrs. Irving Bly and son, Miss Roberta
Nash, Ellis Newell, C. G. Wilkins and son. Standing: E. E. Keister, Pat Keister, Clark Crabill, M. W. Magruder, Jr., Ernest Rhodes,
Mrs. Carson Jenkins, Mr. Jenkins and son, Mrs. J. E. Garrette, Mr. Garette, G. M. Ludwig, Arthur Davidson, Briley Morrison, Ralph
Hottle, Alden Ambrose, Page Crabill, Norman Kibler, Harrison Keckley, Russell Yates, Irving Bly, Lawrence Grim, Walter Bailey,
Vincent Fansler, Benj. K. Hay and Mrs. C. G. Wilkins. Several other employees were unable to attend.
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