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Margaret Feese: Suggests old photo where Mackie Jo is now

Comments re photo 67041 Favorite Old Photo Do you have memories of this scene
Margaret Feese writes:
I remember it was drug store in the back which served Ice cream on the right side of photo. It was on the corner of Greensburg Street and the square, which Mackie Jo's Photo shop is now, beside Charles Grimsley's jewelry store today. Don't remember the name of it. --Margaret Feese Margaret Feese, for the first to send a guess on the old store interior. We'll post a link to it on the photo. The answer is spot on as to the type of business, but this is a different business. The store you are referring to was Young's Rexall, owned by Mr. Garnett Young, and it was in a slightly different era - by at least one decade or more. - EW

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