Keeping up with past and present happenings in a remarkable small town.
Don't know who this guy is but my father William Klowak owned this store.
My prev. comment was for the other posts that were removed. These 2 posts are me and my parents.
So sad that most if not all of the neighborhood stores are gone. On the West End were Doria's and Jack McKean's on Mercer Street and Phil Smith's on Penn Street.What neighborhood stores do you remember?
center dairy on the corner of rearl & monroe, vero's market on elm, kozy corner on brady, the inn
If you have any pictures of some of the old stores mentioned here please send them to me [firstname.lastname@example.org] and I will be glad to post them on this blog.
There was Kemper's on elm and pearl,Ann Lowther's on chestnut and federal. Wow there really was a ton of them! I used to take my wagon and collect returnable pop bottles and take them to Lowther's to have some cash. Of course I'd get the cash and give it right back to Mrs Lowther for some of her sweeter wares.Bob Dorcy
My grandfather owned The Main Grill on Main St. in Lyndora. He sold it in 1948 and retired, but after two years he built and opened Andy's Market on Mercer St, next door to Jack McCains. Later Grandpa sold his store to Jack and retired for the second time. The last time I was in Butler, the yellow brick building that was Andy's Market was the local Red Cross office.
mintz' store on new castle st west end
I remember Mintz' Market on New Castle St.
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