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Yahoo!Good hearing from both of you.Alan is living down south somewhere.I still correspond with his sister to check up on his mom.They were our neighbors for over thirty years.She now lives in jersey.Its hard to believe our parents are ninety years old.
Herbie what a character.He was a nice guy and trusted all his customers who had a standing bill.Yes we were one of those who charged it (we had a page in a composition book).Hard to believe it but we did and dad would always go later on and pay the bill.what happened to him?
Who was greenie? Who were the boys who worked behind the counter? I remember his wife.
What happened to the Gordons house?
Richard is doing well.Graduated from Rutgers Law School.As for me have been teaching in the same district for 35 years and no I am not ready to retire.


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Sorry for the typos - My typing is horrendous - I'll just blame the keyboard.

Added: May 8, 2015
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Hi Alyce:

I remember your brother Richie and yourself. I hung out with Ken Hesselpoth. Richie would play basketball with the "Big Kids" over at Hoppo. I used to take the grocry orders (by bike - no gears) for John Sturm's butcher shop at Lycoming and Glendale. Herbie the pharmacist. at Greenies used to give my perscriptions to take along with the grocery orders. My how times have changed. Alan Kolas lived on our block and he was also part of our little kid croud back them. Bottle caps, stickball, halfball, wireball, stepball, wallball - I remember it all. Went to LaSalle H.S> and LaSalle college.


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Alyce - I remember you, you had a brother. I lived at 4027 Glendale Street and we use to play all sort of games in our driveway between M St. and Glendale St. I use to love to play bottle caps. We all played together really nice. I now live in Las Vegas, NV.

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Ahh!Me too however I graduated in 1968.Then Harding and then Frankford.Remember Mr.Clayton.
How about Mr.Gallager? After high school I went to PCC and then Millersville.
I can remember so many people and often wonder what happened to them.
This site is awesome!!!! Juniata Park will always be remembered!How many of you played bottle caps in the street.Traffic never a question.Rarely cars drove up Glendale.Better yet, How many of you went sledding down Bills Hill? The names we gave to places.Ha!


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I graduated from Hopo in 1973

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So how many of you went to Hopo?

Added: April 30, 2015
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Joe:

Please except my condolences from both myself and my family. May God bless you and comfort you and yours. We were in the same grade at Holy Innocents.


Added: April 27, 2015
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On behalf of our whole family, I would like to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU & GOD BLESS - to everyone that attended our dad's viewing and mass, as well as the many calls, cards, texts and gifts sent by those who were unable to attend. Your presence and your acknowledgements most certainly buoyed us in these rough waters. We know we have been Blessed to have our parents so long, especially with the knowledge that so many of our friends have lost one or both of their parents - some going all the way back to grade school at Holy Inn or Hopo. Juniata was truly a special place to grow up. I can never recall any intra-neighborhood fighting. Everyone and just about every "corner" liked one another. While Juniata has changed in the 65 years my parents have lived there, that special Jingo Spirit still lives on in those that are left, in Holy Innocents Church and in those who once lived there ... And it LIVES ON through this website. Thank you Lefty D for this venue; for posting our dad's notice and for being a good friend through your presence at his viewing & mass. Doesn't everyone STILL MISS OPENING DAY??? Thank you again Juniata for helping us send our dad home right!!!

Added: April 26, 2015
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DUNLEAVY
WALTER "PATRICK", on April 19, 2015, age 94. Beloved Husband of Alice (nee McGlinchey); devoted father of Walter Patrick (Susan), Marybeth (William) O'Donnell and Joseph; loving grandfather of Patrick (Melissa), Janel and Michael (Christina), and great-grandfather of Allie and Katie.Pat served in the Army 7th Infantry Div. during WWII.Relatives and friends are invited to his Visitation on Friday, 10 A.M., Holy Innocents Church, 1337 E. Hunting Park Ave. Funeral Mass 11 A.M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Family appreciates memorial contributions to St. Thomas Moore High School Alumni Assoc., (STMAA), P.O. Box 294, Drexel Hill PA 19026.


Added: April 22, 2015
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