Sarah (Sue) White Allen, who grew up in Crosland, writes: I think this store belonged to Dewey Hall. It use to have A gas pump out front that you pumped the amount of gas that you wanted into the top glass holder that had the gallons marked on it. I remember he had a freeze for ice cream & we would put our cokes in there until they got slushy. He also had an ice house as most people didn’t have refrigeration. You would tell him what weight that you wanted he would chip it off the big block, tie a strong string around it then put it on a stick & two of us kids would carry it home, of course if you were strong enough you could carry it a lone. Oh how good the ice tea was!!! I wish I had a nickel for every time I went there, walking or riding my bike. Those really were the good ole days. Would love to hear from any one that remembers this too.
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