“I dont want them to retire. I want them to stay in business as long as possible,” George Bentz, customer said. George Bentz has been getting his hair cut here for more than 10 years, but he was brining his dad here for four decades. Conway schools announce no virtual option for students next year
Their barber shop in Batesville still going strong even after 60 years cutting hair in this same spot. Paul the Peacock roams streets of Jacksonville
“What else would I do? Go to the house and watch TV? Soap operas, no. I’d just as soon be up here visiting with my friends,” Hairl said. “This young guy came in here and asked if I’d shave him and I said yeah” “We started this in 1960,” Fairl said, “It feels more like home when we are here.”
Anyone can find these twins at Anderson’s Brothers Barber Shop in Batesville, right across from the airport. Source www.kark.com “We like it real well. Most everybody wants to retire at about 65 or so and we’re 85 and ain’t ready to quit,” Fairl said.
For now you can find them right here, 3 days a week, working 11 hours at a time. Fairl told me they aren’t ready to cut off the business, so instead they shaved down the hours.
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