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“Robert E. Lee was the noblest American who ever lived,” said Winston Churchill.

“From deep conviction I simply say this: A nation of men of Lee’s caliber would be unconquerable in spirit and soul,” stated President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Not only did these two famous people think a lot of Robert E. Lee, we do, too.

Please join us Sunday at Janney Furnace in Ohatchee, top of the hill at 1 p.m., as we celebrate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s birthday. We will be serving free hot dogs, cokes and cake. Paul Curvin and Alan Wilson from the Grand Ole Opry will provide the entertainment and our museum will also be open. The world’s largest knife collection, once located in Gatlinburg, Tenn., is now in our museum at Janney Furnace. This collection of knives is wall to wall. Don’t miss it. The museum is free.

Eli Henderson

Chairman

Friends of Janney Furnace

Ohatchee