Keeping up with past and present happenings in a remarkable small town.
Those of us who graduated in the 1960's era would refer to this Hoagie Shop as a stone's throw away from the Junior High School.
"Ok, I'll meet you behind the Hoegie Shop after school." How many time did you hear that during Jr. High?
I live states away and have never had a sandwich that even comes close to those amazing hoagies. Great memories. What I wouldn't give to have one now!
The tuna fish hoagie was outstanding. Yum.
I always ate mine with a large glass of buttermilk.
My girlfriend and I used to have hoagie eating contests between each other! That girl could really scarf down a 6" sub!
There are now 3 hoagie shops in town owned by the same people and they are just as good.
I used to go there before I tried Subway.
I think this shop was owned by a Mr. Miller who also taught at the junior high school across the street. I remember he gave our class a short lecture about how nutritious the Hoagie's were.
Yes, I've lived in the south since 1966 and have yet to have a hoagie as good as those from that shop.
How times have changed. When I was in junior high from 61 through 64 a small hoagie cost $.25 a large hoagie cost $.35. Prices now or around five dollars.
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