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Sue Stivers: Memories of White Cash No. 2, Russell Springs

Sue Stivers writes:
I enjoyed reading the article about the history of the White Cash Markets. I remember the one on Main Street in Russell Springs. Pete Walker was the head man . . . there every day. I had the opportunity to work there during holidays and summers when I would be home from College. I appreciated Pete so very much for giving me a job. If I came home on a week-end, he would let me work on Saturday. It was fun working there and I appreciated Pete so very much. I wanted to call him Mr. Walker, but that was a no..no. He wanted me and everyone else to call him Pete. I also learned a lot from him about politics. --Sue Stivers
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