This is located south of Jesup on US 301. Horne’s was a chain which was most active on Southern highways in the 1950s and 1960s, and one of Stuckey’s main competitors. Sandy Finn recalls that it was owned for a time by Paul and Betty Nations. David Harper notes, via Facebook, that this was later home to Hoke’s Truck Stop and their main menu item was, not surprisingly, fried shrimp. Comments from Lamar Sanders lead me to believe this was not the first location of Hoke’s. He writes: On field trips to collect streamflow data for the USGS around 1970, I and the man who worked with me would stay in the motels south of Jesup, and eat shrimp and breakfast at Hoke’s restaraunt. One morning, we when we got there, Hoke had raced across the street I suppose to beat the traffic, and had run his car into his restaraunt, overturning the table my friend and I usually ate at. I remember Hoke sitting despondently at one of the other tables. He did have good shrimp and also good breakfasts! The walls of the Hoke’s I went to were still in the bushes a few years ago. I don’t think the restaraunt I am talkng about is the Horne’s in the photo. Maybe he had a resaraunts in more than one place?