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November 24, 2020
As a child Iím not sure what I wore. I remember something about Buster Browns and Tommy Hahnís shoe store in Downtown St. Paris. (Pop. 1,460). Having a shoe store is no longer a town like St. Paris can afford these days. These days they donít even have a grocery. When I was a boy, they had two groceries and a meat market. Things have changed. Tommy had one of those machines that would x-ray your feet. I think all of those machines have been gathered up and destroyed by men in black, or something. You donít see them anymore.