I had hoped to have performed another weblog submit well prior to now, but for several weeks I didn’t get to do any stitching and have solely picked it up again just lately. If there’s one factor we all know, its Yellow Jackets fashion and we most undoubtedly have you ever covered it doesn’t matter what season it is. Celebrate like only a real girl fan can with our vast choice of women’s Yellow Jackets t-shirts and tees from the official Yellow Jackets Athletics online retailer. While we had been gone we had some reworking carried out at the store…….we had the kitchen enlarged. About 100m alongside Calle de Bruselas take a left flip down the small alleyway simply earlier than the Bebépolis shop on the corner.
A few more on Castor Ave…Kutner Buick, Ben Weiner Studios, Tony’s Barber Shop and Welsh’s luncheonette subsequent to the Tyson Theater. There was point out of H&H (Horn & Hardart), but we had two of them: a cafeteria and retail store on the NE nook of Cottman and Large, and a sit-down restaurant just off Roosevelt Blvd. I don’t know if anyone will keep in mind, however in the mid-60’s, Pat’s Steaks (THE Pat’s Steaks) opened a shop on Cottman, someplace between Large St. and Horrocks St. It was on the same side of Cottman because the Nick’s Roast Beef that opened there some time later.
We have been so busy at the store and it’s getting a bit a lot for Tress and I to keep all the things going. Next to Penn Fruit and Saylor’s Cheese and Dairy Shop was Loray’s Gift Shop…artwork supplies and stationary. We took it very gradual when we began running the store…..not adding to a lot to our every day regular….lately it looks like our time has allowed us to to begin including more to our menu. My grandfather had a shoe repair shop at 1401 Fanshawe Street, a corner retailer front.
Back to Castor Ave.: Someone referred to the corset store at 6614 as Mi-Lady Corset Shoppes,” and another referred to the name as Castor Corset Shop.” These might have been the names at some time or another, but throughout the early 60s, it was referred to as Oak Lane Corset Shop;” proprietor/manager was a big, pleasant, and beneficiant man named Sam Siegel, who handed away all too suddenly in March, 1964.
Hello sweet ladies………oh my oh my oh my…….life can turn out to be a blur… know I am not the only one…….and it will possibly change in a moment…..fortunately I trust the Lord with my day!!!! She briefly thought of getting a pitcher of beer to share with Luan, but that may imply sitting in the restaurant and the ladies needed to sit out on the beach and other people watch.