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Letter: Enjoyed article about Bakery

Ann Curtis writes:
How neat that Columbia once had a bakery! Wouldn't it be nice if it still did! In all of my years of growing up there, I never noticed the "Bakery" sign on that building.

Ralph Roy's piece was very informative, and amusing, too. I enjoyed reading about my first cousins, Sammy Sandusky and Charles Sandusky.

Charles was a very talented, meticulous carpenter, and later architectural inspector. My father, David Heskamp, used to say that he'd hate to be the builder of a building Charles inspected, because it would most certainly have to be perfect!

I remember when EP had a store there that sold bikes. Nice memories of my little town.
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