Penkava: When Mayberry came to Crystal Lake
It had one traffic light and virtually no crime. If you needed a haircut, you went to see Floyd at his barbershop. For gasoline you visited Wally’s Filling Station and Gomer would take care of you. Walking down Main Street you could bump into Mr. Foley, the grocer, Howard Sprague, the town clerk, or even the rotund but cherubic Mayor Pike.