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The hamburger mart on main st near water street, ran by Oliverio family. 70;s,.80s
How about just in Glen Elk:
The Trading Post
The Sunrise Tavern
Fourth Street Billiard Parlor
El Dorado Restaurant
Pasceri's Food Market
White Front Restaurant
Home Hotel and Restaurant
City Candy Co
Industrial Body Shop
Clark Street Garage
Imperial Ice Cream
National Biscuit Company
Horner Coal Company
Does anyone remember the Cozy Corner in Stealey?
Mine's Madison Greenhouse
Checkerboard Feed Store
Stealey Cash Market
Milford St. Grill
gotta be talking about fuzzy,s...couldnt tell you the number of times he got busted for selling beer to underage teenagers.he helped keep alot of my house parties going.really miss those days,fuzzy too..he was a good old boy.what ever happened to him?im assuming he passed away he was old when i was that underage teenager buying beer
Long before WRGT occupied the studios above the Robinson Grand, they were the home of Clarksburg's WBLK, later WBOY-AM, now off the air.
Do you remember any of these car dealers?
Carmichael Pontiac N 6th St.
Clarksburg DeSoto and Plymouth on Water Street.
Clarksburg Buick on Water
Muntzing Motors, home of Willys and Jeeps, W Pike St.
Peck Auto, Dodge W Pike St
Post Chevrolet Lost Creek
S and S Chevrolet, Pike St
Salem Motors (Chevrolet)
Shreve Garage, Nash Ramblers N 6th St
Wilson Ford W Pike.
Watts Sarter Lear
F W Woolworth
Glen Village Furniture
Kyle & Co.
The Material Shop
White Front Barber Shop
Lawson Sales and Service
Monongahela Appliance Co.
Wells & Haymaker
RG Motors sold Datsun
Wallace Motors sold Mercury
Al Schroath sold Oldsmobile
B & M sold Dodge on B-port Hill
McShane sold Dodge downtown
Quinn-Cooper sold Pontiac/Cadilac
Simpson sold GMC trucks
Workingmans baseball field at the end of Baltimore Ave in the 50's.
WV Meat Mkt , Taders Alley 50-60's
I remember these:
Ideal Sayre Studio
Haught & Rayl
Hall Office Supply
Glacial Dairy Bar
A & P
kellers exxon corner of main and marshall
Bill Hemsworth Gulf on E Pike and Oak. No-Nocks gas with the orange horse shoes.
Ah. the Canteen. Ate there on the first date I had with my, now, wife. Good memories!
Dont forget "HILLS"..
Nixon Plaza Restaurant then Jim Reid's
Friday night Seafood Buffet at Stonewall Jackson Hotel
Ed's Cut Rate (beer)
Don't forget Iaquinta and Sons plumbing. Looks like they are about to tear the building down.
And speaking of Glen Elk, what naughty bars do you remember?
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