I can’t locate any information about Zebina, but like so many other abandoned crossroad “ghost towns” it was probably never much more than a whistle-stop and a place where area farmers gathered to swap tales and “trade”.
The legend on the front of the store is difficult to read; the first word is indiscernible but the next words are “Cash Store”. Harold Smith writes: I was born and raised about two miles from the Zebina store. My family still owns land there. The store was owned by Leon Farmer back then.
The Coca-Cola mural is a ghost, too.