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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 GoodwinYou 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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