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GRADYVILLE SCENE: Baker & Shearer



2005-02-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo Frances Salyers: Gradyville Bureau. STORE FAVORITES: Gradyville's answer to KET's David Brooks and Mark Shields are political commentators Charles Baker, on the left for The Right, and Ralph Shearer, on the right for The Middle of the Road. Mr. Baker is a retired US Army recruiter originally from Leslie County. Mr. Shearer is an Adair County native who retired to Columbia by way of Louisville. Their forum randomly occurs at D & F Grocery, Gradyville, KY.
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Short Burris' hidden talent



2005-02-16 - Columbia, KY - Photo Frances Salyers, Gradyville Bureau. Short Burris shows a talent even his own wife doesn't know he has, fulfilling the proprietor's sentence to clean up his own mess. It happened at D & F Grocery, downtown Gradyville.
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Santa was good to Lloyd Wilson



2005-02-16 - Gradyville, KY - Photo Gradyville Bureau-Frances Salyers. Santa Claus was good to Lloyd Wilson, Liberty, here at Christmas with his 2004 Christmas present, a bright red Ford Pickup, complete with Christmas bow. Mr. Wilson is the father of the photographer/proprietor of D & F Grocery, Gradyville.
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Daril vs. Lloyd



2005-02-16 - Gradyville, KY - Photo Gradyville Bureau/Frances Salyers. Pool is war at D&F Grocery in Gradyville. Mental telepathy is used by Lloyd Wilson on his son-in-law, Daril Salyers, co-proprietor of the store.
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Gradyville Scene: Proud Granddad



2005-02-16 - Gradyville, KY - Photo Gradyville Bureau/Frances Salyers. Little Princess Shelby Bradshaw has a proud admirer in her Granddad. Dale Hayes, on a visit to D & F Grocery, Gradyville, KY.
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Ethan Gaskins wearing prize



2005-02-16 - Gradyville, KY - Photo Gradyville Bureau/Frances Gaskins. Store regular member Ehan Gaskins wears the UK Wildcats shirt he won at the 2004 Gradyville Christmas Celebration.
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