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Trilby Vance: Mr. Brown always had smile; was very patient man
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Sonny recognized the photo as being Brown's Drugstore. He, Ray Hutchinson, Allen Reams and Tommy Breeding would walk down town from the Grade school. They spent a lot of time drinking Cokes, talking to the girls, Jean Austin Flatt, Peggy Janes and Gail Monroe, to name a few. Sonny said, Mr Brown always had a smile, and was a very patient man. - Trilby VanceComments re photo 67041 Favorite Old Photo Do you have memories of this scene
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