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Letter: White Cash Market article brings back memories of Butch

Virginia Sparks Wonderling writes:
The article about White Cash market brought back fond memories of my sister, Butch Sparks McCormick. She started working at White Cash part-time when she was a senior in high school 1957, in the meat department. But, that is not how she got the name Butch! She had that name since when she was a little child. After graduation in 1958, she worked full time. She really loved working there, earning money, meeting people and getting to talk with them! Her experience there helped her to be among the first to be hired as cashier when the new Houchens came into town. --Virginia Sparks Wonderling

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