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Spitler Road.

Hi, I know the house you are talking about. My great Aunt Helen Spitler McMillen lived in the white house on the other side of the street.It was next to Peg Moore's brick ranch. I wish someone in our family would have bought their house also. It wasn't a big house, but was neat and had a lot of memories. I have some old pictures of it. My grandfather was Marvin Spitler and the street is named after him and his brother. I had another Great Aunt who used to live on the corner (it is now a dentist's office)She was Ruth Spitler and her husband was Earl Flickinger. It was torn down a long time ago.I remember the name Smitty (Smith)I also remember my great uncle walking across the street and picking corn, bringing it home and drying it out and then using an old coffee grinder to have corn for the birds. That was a long time ago.Linda Ference

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