Roseland Golden Years "Guest Book"
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on Oct/08/2010 at 21:04

I lived 11839 s normal graduated ST Salomea 1964 Fenger1968 in November of 2009 drove by my old house which looked great which is now on a dead end cul de sac however drivin around was quite a different story, stores boarded up houses burned,It was very very saddening. I want to thank dan for this site I for got in my last message to everyone. Tanks to all of you I can live in Roseland in my dreams the best dam little city in a city. Downtown Downers Grove is alittle slice of Roseland come see 4 ur selves.
on Oct/06/2010 at 15:59

i graduated fenger 1968 and lived at 11839 s normal behind the normal show i now live at xxx davis downers grove xxxxx, xxx-xxx-xxxx if any body wants to talk about Roseland. I must say I MISS Roseland with whole heart and soul people places and things,but a place I visit in my mind almost everyday. Downtown DOWNERS GROVE is just like the ave on friday nite cruise nite with a different band every week old cars and oldies music. I miss miss miss ROSELAND

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on Oct/05/2010 at 07:48

Fabulous site! Our family moved from South Shore to 109th and Eberhart in 1954. Eventually grew to seven kids in that modest bungalow. We attended Holy Rosary Irish, then Mendel for the boys and Longwood or Mother Seton for the girls. I remember delivering the Southtown Economist and the Chicago American, caddying at Olympia Fields, selling clothes at Style Center on the Avenue, working college summers at US Steel South Works. Playing as kids at Lake Calumet, the abandoned Pullman Works, and Palmer Park. Teen-age activities: hanging out at McDonalds on 103rd, cruising the "Ave," Mendel socials, proms and dances at the girls' Catholic high schools. Favorite food memories: Ken and Dick's Pizza, White Castle, and sweet rolls from Ergo's. Yum!
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