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February 27, 2010

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MH Adamson

I remember the old men sitting on a ledge of the drugstore in a number of towns in West Texas, what was it with the drugstore?

Pwmcmahan

Would like to correct an error in this article. The mayor of Whitney was Fred Basham and not Frank Basham. He was my grandfather. Following his term as mayor, Fred (he was a WWII veteran) re-enlisted in the air force and had a distinguished career, serving during the Korean and Viet Nam wars. He retired to Whitney in about 1970 where he lived until his death in 2000. Patrick Mcmahan

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