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J.J. Newberry

Inside J.J. Newberry's in the mid-70s (L-R) Rosalie Webber, Myer Kaplon, Viola Kubat, Rosie Moss (From the Myer Kaplon photo collection at the Brunswick Community Library) Thanks to Smoketown History

From Facebook: Linda Smallwood Fisher: Aunt Rosie, oh I loved her. She use to come up to the Mt. Zion AME church in Knoxville and everyone there called her Aunt Rosie. Beautiful inside and out!!! Dec 3, 2014

Kenny Edwards : We would go down there and buy kiss cards. Dec 5, 2013 Denise Duncan Moore: Rosie was such a sweet lady. Always smiling and going out of her way to help you when you walked into the store. Dec 15, 2013

Nancy Lincks Rohrback Miss Rosie boy was she the best Sunday school teacher. I remember going to Sunday school every Sunday at the Lutheran Church in Knoxville. Feb 25, 2014

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