Wednesday, January 7, 2009
Flint Artifacts: The Country Squire Matchbook
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Labels: Country Squire, Flint Artifacts, Flushing, Pierson Road, Toprat1
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Right across the street from Dalton Airport. Didn't a Piper Cub clip some kids' prom limo when it was pulling into the CS parking lot back in '84 or '85?ReplyDelete
What was the name of the fancy furniture store thereabouts? Palmer House? Whatever, it was a weird place. It looked like a sprawling old house, but inside it was fancy as can be.
Speaking of Flint and cuisine former Central student Sabrina Tinsley was just featured on Iron Chef America. No coneys- she did us proud!!ReplyDelete