Keeping up with past and present happenings in a remarkable small town.
We used to run down to The Inn to buy candy after Jr. High let out, before the school bus arrived to take us home. Great place. Is it still there?
There used to be a gas station there and a repair shop and you would drive in at an angle. The Inn was located in a small room beside the station.
Great spot for lunch or for hanging out after school or on weekends. I loved their vanilla malt milkshakes and the vanilla phosphates during the mid-50's.
Mom and Dad Sutton ran the place.
Mom and Pop Campbell owned and operated "The Inn" for years and lived above in the apartments. I worked there for a couple years in late 50's early 60's. The Texaco station was across Brady Street from the Inn.
I got a quarter every Sat. to spend there, very exciting. :) A magical place to me. I always ordered a coke, which they put in a paper cone inside a metal cup-holder - crazy! I was positively cosmopolitan. And I was big on comic books then too. Simpler days, bigtime.
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