Teamus Reynolds owned and operated an artificial limb shop that was located on High Street. I am sure there was not another shop like this unless you went to Lexington, which at that time was a good distance away over curvy roads. I know when I would go up High Street on my way to school, his place of business was always full. That indicated to me that he was a caring person, not only for his family, but the people who needed his services.
Teamus and his wife Beatrice Baker Reynolds were the ideal couple in my childhood realm. When I would go to their house with Granny, almost daily, Teamus would either be getting ready to go to work or just coming in when we got ready to leave. I didn't get to visit with him very much but I remember his loving way with his wife, "Beat", and his little mother-in-law, Aunt Nan. Teamus had a daughter, Juanita, who married John Sheegog, and she operated the Draft Board for many years. I also remember Teamus' son, Glenn, who loved fishing and hunting. His wife was one of the Librarians at the High School.