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Bethania General Store, 1968.

Bethania General Store, 1968.

Bethania General Store, 1968. The store was located at the corner of Bethania Road and Main Street in Bethania. At one time, it was the Lehman tobacco factory and later served as the Bethania high school.

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  1. I used to ride my bike to this place on saturday.I caught my first fish in the creek nearby with a yellow rubber catapilar that smelled like anise that I bought here at this store from buzz shore the old man that ran it

  2. It became the feed and seed store when

  3. I remember it being the feed seed store when I was growing up in the 80s and 90s

  4. We kids used the store as home base when we played
    kick the can in early 1950s. Usually at night when traffic was slow.

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