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John Chowning: Most issues of day solved at Rosenbaum Store

By John Chowning writes
Thanks to Dave Rosenbaum for sharing about his family's Adair County heritage and his father's birthday. His parents were very fine people - my parents had tremendous respect and appreciation for the Rosenbaum's. As I was growing up on our family farm a few miles south of Fairplay - "down on Crocus Creek" - we enjoyed frequent visits to the general store owned by Mr. Stanley. And most of the issues of the day were solved by the good folks who gathered there. In fact, I'm confident that the opinions and solutions of those who gathered at the Fairplay store were more substantive and grounded in common sense than what we hear coming from today's politicians! I'm grateful for the good memories. - John Chowning
Comments re article 84736 History On Stanley Rosenbaums birthday the story of the family in Adair Co

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