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If you're a real long-time Somervillian, they should!
Haley, Father Hogan, Davis Square Star Market, Belden Snow, Gorins,
Gilman Square, Cutter Square, Cholerton School, Proctor School, Chief
O'Brien, Harold Wellls, Bill Donovan, B&M, Squires, Hostess,
Brickbottom, John McKenna, Denis McKenna, Michael McKenna, McKenna
Funeral Home, Porter Estate, Reilly, Brickley.
The memories are many if you're an old timer. Most of them are good ones.
Collins, Red Babin, The Observer, Times, Post, Press, Jim Hall, Dr.
Burns, Isobel Cheney. Al Giroux, John Joyce, HK Porter, Jim Scanlon,
Cobble Hill, Lana Sumner, Pal Palmer, Mother Palmer, Kevin Palmer,
Kermit Marsh, Re Line Task Force, Trolley 88, Bretta, Larry &
C'mon now, how many do you know?
control, no 4th term, buy those Journals, Tim Creedon, Peter Piro,
Minister Mayor, Prospect Hill flag, Vinny Piro, Blarney Stone Pub,
Woodbridge Inne, Barney Go Home, Pat Carney, Engine 4, Billy Joyce, Mom
Brune, John's Restaurant, Kennedy's Butter and Egg, WT Grant. WJHS,
ob Hilliard, Paul Foster, Maureen Amaral, Maris
Vinovskis, Chief Pino, Fodera, Dr. Card, Dr. Moy, Dr. Cheverie, Dr.
Kacoyanis, Dr. Ivy, Guy Wayne, John P. Sousa, Bob Pye, Dick Bridge, Stu
Matheson, Cumberland Farms, A&P, Mr. Sy, Western Union, Mr. Rose,
Woolworths, Kresge's, Steve Dowd, John Shoppet, Joe Omeara, Teresa
Lamb, John Yee, Cornerstone Baptist, Larry French, The Friend, The
Gleaner, Walter Whitney, Joe Marino, Harold Drew, Kay & Chips,
Martha Perry Lowe, Sam Walter Foss, Rose Grillone,
Dr Marks, Sam Perlman, Sunnyside Hospital, Gil Foster, Butch Foster,
College Ave. Variety, Harold Mollahan, Elmer Colcord, Louise Muzzey,
Harold Corbett, Chuck Salvo, Linda Prime, Jimmy Ryan, Harry Ellis
Dickson, Ira Stephanian, John Henry, FDG, DPB, JL, Harry Freeto, Dave
Stryker, Joe Corish, Dr. Freeman, Leo C Donahue, Gino's Clothes, Peter
Bart, Al Dente.
And just a few more to finish you off;
Qualitz, Howe, Gino Binari, Ray MacDonald, Gene Scott, Car Barns, Stone
train stations, Lucy's, Lucia's,. Henry the Jeweler, Mrs. Barber's
Penny Candy, Davis Square Wallpaper, Paramount Liquors, the blizzard,
the Squires Fire, the water main flood and the great blackout.
That's your Somerville 101 for today. PS - this is my 350th column.
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