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Fill ’er up at Lockeford 76

Early gasoline pumps are shown outside the 76 station in Lockeford. The pumps, one marked “regular” and the other marked “super,” have big signs that say “No Smoking Stop Motor.” Lloyd Russell owned the pumps and garage. Lloyd and his wife, Naomi, lived on the second floor above the garage. Later, Alfred James bought the business and operated it into the 1950s.



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