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The Greyhound to Columbia, KY: Long live Ralph Kramdem!

Arthur Sargent writes:
My mother, Emily Sargent, told me that years ago one of the Greyhound bus drivers coming into Columbia in the morning always blew his horn as he passed by his house. That was the signal (forget the cell phone) for his wife to put the biscuits in the oven for his breakfast.

Long live Ralph Kramdem! -Arthur Sargent
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