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By 1942, "Uncle Sam" was finally getting his act together when it came to all this war business, or so it seemed.
So were we.
At the time, First Presbyterian Church – with its huge silver Mason cap roof – was at the corner of Main and Gay Streets.
The church became the preferred site of frequently held socials for far-from-home soldiers who were passing through here on maneuvers.
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