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......Welcome To Our Website...Save the  Date...June 9th 2016....Our 11th Dinner See Event Page  For Details��..

 

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Saint Peter's, Sacred Heart, Saint Anthony's Truman, Prince Street School City Point,  Mazzacane's, Beck's Pharmacy, Trowbridge, Kappy;s, Caliendo's Barber Shop, Kimberly School, Horace Day, Saint Peter's Hall/CYO, A&P, Six Corners, Clark Dairy, Howard Theater/Bowling Alleys, Maxies's, Sam's, Seamless Rubber, Pegnataro's, Three Little Bakers, Saint Louis Market, The Garde Hotel, Hejaz Grotto, Gooley's, Williams 5&10, Bernie's Pharmacy, Boy's Club, Club 70, Greek's, Foos Gas Station, Joe Dogs, Midnight Mary, Putnam Grille, Robby's Antiques, Rustic Garden, Angelo Open Market, App's, Balbers, Baroncini's, Dagget Street Ice House, Biltmore Restaurant, Brown's Taylor Shop, Mary's Market, White Way, Charlie Haddad's, Hershmann, Kravitz, Hyle Lunch, Lattanzi Restaurant,  Marra's, Mclean Tiernan, Mike's, Minnie's Corner, Moran's, O'Connell's, Rhebiens Florist, Stan's, Yale Upholstery, The Yellow Building, Hull's Brewery, Tom's Market, Savin Rock Trips, Mother Theophane, Mother Matilda, Father(s); Bowen, Plude, Riordan, Emerling, Mr. Morrel, Mr. Flanagan, Triangle A.C., Hill Braves, Wonder Five, Brooklyn Dodgers, N.Y. Yankees, Boston Red Soxs, N.Y. Giants, Columbus Auto Body, City Point U Basketball Team, Union Station, Davenport Ave. Roller Skating Rink, Mister D, Coach Bowen, Atta Baby, Monk, Skippy, Moose, Legs, Inky, Corky, Gigie, Ray Ray, Spider, Superman, Gus, Billy Shoes, Ghandi, The Captain, Red, Butch, Snooky Saggio's Italian-American Grocery Store, The Washington Club, Davenport Ave. Park , The Princess Theater formerly the Whiteway, Lenders Bagels on Baldwin Street, Leon's Restaurant on Dagget Street. Saint Anthony boys from Gold Street, Washington Spa,  Dom's Smoke Shop, Trowbridge Center, Cedar Hill boys, Kimberly Spa, The Clam Bar, Joker A.C.,  Pete's  Auto, Mickey Finns. Danny's Market, LITTLE Barrel, Louis, Sandy Hollow, Popeye, bonfires in the middle of Hurlbert Street, The Trolleys on Washington Ave. Nat's store on Washington Ave, Walking a mile to school and back twice a day. Jack's Drug Store (Congress & Redfield), Rocky's Barber Shop, (Columbus Ave.) Club 70, (Columbus & West St) Cigars'  Snack Bar, (Congress & White St) Frank's Grocery, (Congress Ave,) Bony's Woodworking, (Columbus Ave.) Koukoulis Wreathes & Grave Blankets, (Congress Ave.) and The Bowl Drive in Theatre, next to the stinking West River.

 
     

 

 

 

 



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As you browse our web pages you will discover the generation that followed the greatest generation. Although, as children, it wasn’t ours to personally endure the great depression nor suffer through the mental and physical devastation of a world war, it was ours to appreciate the struggles our parents had to endure in their flowering youth. We were taught and we were expected to pick up the pieces of a shattered society and, with the grace of God's help, put it back together. It was for us to put a man on the moon, invent the personal computer, and develop other state of the art extraordinary products.  We did the things we needed to do. Not in a rebellious manner but  in the womb of traditional values. By living our lives believing in God, family, friends, commitments, and hard honest work,
in the most rewarding way, we were happy.


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