Two Jewish sisters, Sarah, above, and Frances Myers, owned Arnold's, a high fashion women's clothing store that operated in Hopkinsville for more than 50 years.
Two Jewish sisters, Sarah, above, and Frances Myers, owned Arnold's, a high fashion women's clothing store that operated in Hopkinsville for more than 50 years.
Two Jewish sisters, Sarah, above, and Frances Myers, owned Arnold's, a high fashion women's clothing store that operated in Hopkinsville for more than 50 years.

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