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Hadleys Buy Dealership

This article first appeared in issue 20, and was written by Staff.

The Hadley family is out front in their new business - the former Cumberland Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth - at their open house celebration at the end of their first month as new owners.

Columbia is one of few towns its size which maintains three auto dealerships-the Franklin Ford family, and the Harveys and Ellises, Cheverolet dealers.

Pictured above are, first row: Neal Jackson holding Eli,

Jayme and Robby

Brockman, and

Laverne Hadley;

Second row: Rick, Mary, Dwan and Terry Hadley;

Third row: Sue Hadley Brockman, Trish Hadley Jackson, holding Heather; Rita Hadley and Angie Hadley Karnes holding baby Ryder;

Fourth row: David Karnes, Tim Turner, James Brockman, George Keltner, Bobby Keltner and Jon Hadley.

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1998-05-15 - Photo Staff. THE HADLEY FAMILYThis item first appeared in Issue 20 of the print edition of Columbia! Magazine.
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