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Agrees with Marsha Walker memory of White Cash

Comments re article 43001 Remembers a White Cash Market

Pat Sexton Goodwin writes:
I agree with Marsha, I remember shopping at the White Cash Market on Burkesville Street with my Mother. I also remember going to the Library which was also located on Burkesville Street in an old house. Am I remembering the Library correctly? Does anyone else remember a Library in that location? - Pat Sexton Goodwin
You and Marsha are remembering correctly that the White Cash Market was last operated on Burkesville Street. And you're remembering correctly about the wonderful library downtown, operated from a converted residence, and stood at the corner of West Fortune Street and Burkesville Street. The First and Farmers Drive In Branch Bank is located there, today. -EW

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