Barbershop partners retiring after 47 years behind the chair
By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on December 30, 2011 1:46 PM
J.R. Daughtry, left, cuts Wayne Blizzard's hair while Noble Hudson, background left, gives a haircut to Steve L. Herring at Jefferson Park Barber Shop in Goldsboro. After 47 years, thousands of haircuts, and even more laughs the barber shop is closing its doors later today. Hudson and Daughtry are retiring.
This advertisement ran in The News-Argus in 1964, the year J.R. Daughtry and Noble Hudson went into business together.
When J.R. Daughtry and Noble Hudson lock the door at the end of work today at Jefferson Park Barber Shop, it will mark the end of an era and decades of memories. Like the time a military man asked if...
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