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on Dec/23/2010 at 10:14

Love to remember my chidhood happy days growing up in Pullman. We were poor, but rich in many ways. The wonderful influences from the greatest generation helped me to suceed in life. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all. G-d Bless
on Dec/20/2010 at 12:25

My name is Dan Kellogg. I grew up in Dolton, but my grandmother (Bea Pemberton) and my cousins (Gail, Diana, Sharon and Pam Beecher) lived just a few blocks down from "The State" in a garden level apt. We visited at least every week, sometimes more. I have such fond memories of the place. We often bought pick-up at The Shrimp Boat on our way to their place and a lot of the time the adults would pack us off to The State for the afternoon. Went to my first "concert" at Mendel HS to see the Cryan Shames: believe that must have been in about 68' or 69'. We also ate at a place we used to call "The Perch Place", but I think it was actually named "The Fish House". Yummy. My mom also worked at Gately's for awhile. Judging from previous posts, it seems almost EVERYONE worked there at one time or another. Sad to hear that the neighborhood has made such a radical turn for the worse.
on Dec/19/2010 at 22:10

Hi folks !
Does anyone out there remember the name of a BBQ Rib House on approx. 117th and Vincennes ? It was a good place, trying to recall the name. Merry Christmas everyone ! Thanks .

Deb Lukas Westerhoff: : To Ray T: The Homestead was the rib place on 123rd and Vincennes. It has been closed for quite a few years.
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