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Smith’s Drugs on Chillicothe Street mid-1950s- Submitted by Jason Kinskey
Jason Kinskey wrote: This is iconic for me because of the Ideal Ice Cream sign, but I thought the bus was cool too.
Bonnie Jett wrote: That’s the way I remember that corner.
Loretta Keyser wrote: Oh my gosh, this is the corner I remember it on. I ate candy from there nearly every school day. We would pool our pennies together and share something.
Mike Clifford wrote: I can still remember the endless sound of the clatter of dishes as I sat at the counter.
Marylin Ottney wrote: Mom used to take my sister and me there for a hamburger and fries.
Vickie Detty wrote: The man leaning against the wall and the lady in the white top look just like my parents Roy and Betty Raines.
Myrtle Hatfield Lewis wrote: I worked here in the snack bar while attending business college- great food.
Debbie Phipps wrote: My first cherry coke at the soda fountain!
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