Oscar Hill – Owner – WC’s Son. Started working at the store at the age of 7 (in 1949)! He was so short when he started work, he had to stand on running boards of the customer’s pick up trucks in order to talk to the driver. In fact, he actually started working before he started attending school. Being the son of W.C., he picked up his father’s Jack-of-All-Trades personality, and has held many different jobs over the years. He sold Insurance for Nationwide, worked in the office of a trucking company, was a farmer who grew apples and peaches, as well as raising Angus cattle. Oscar was once a bit of a local celebrity after filming a commercial for Food Town grocery stores (now Food Lion) with Tom Smith, Food Town president in 1978. He says that commercial was the beginning and end of his acting career since filming the 25 second spot took THREE HOURS! Oscar became a partner in the family business in 1960 and bought the business from his brother (W.O.) in 1980. He has been the pastor of a church since 1986.