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Pumped gas for Tennessee Ernie Ford.

by NoNickname1 on November 7, 2011   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


In 1945/'46 my dad owned a service station in Los Angeles. Some of his customers were on television's Cliffy Stone's Home Town Jamboree. Some of Dad's customers were Cliffy Stone, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Molly Bee.

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