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Vickie Croston sits in her ten-foot by ten-foot, one-chair barber shop in Cass, W.Va., a former sawmill town. Croston's shop has no phone, and she doesn't want one. Nor does she care for a cell phone. If cell phone service was allowed, {quote}it would be noisy. The same as everywhere else.{quote}

Vickie Croston sits in her ten-foot by ten-foot, one-chair barber shop in Cass, W.Va., a former sawmill town. Croston's shop has no phone, and she doesn't want one. Nor does she care for a cell phone. If cell phone service was allowed, "it would be noisy. The same as everywhere else."