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Remember: - Mayor Frank Zeidler - Mayor Henry Meier - Carl Zimmerman (Channel 6 news) - Earl Gillespie and Blaine ('Blainer') Walsh - (Police) Chief Ploczyn - Clark bars As a paen to our famous frozen custard, there's a strip mall store just outside of Washington, D. named "Milwaukee's Finest" run by a former Milwaukee boy with custard like you remember. The Scene downtown to see Cream, Hendrix and the Mothers of Invention all at about $ 3.00 per ticket if I remember right. It was a great place to grow up in, back in the 50s.Watching lawn bowling and the warm ice house they would build next to the ice rink down by the tennis courts. Laying awake on hot sticky summer nights listening to the noise of the bomb plant at AO Smith and the trains working the plant 24/7. Watching Howdy Doody on a very small tv set up in the Museum staircase.Playing in the automatic doors at Kohl's across from the Sherman theater.Billie the Brownie and Meatec the Eskimo on top of the decorated streetcars in the Christmas parade on Vliet Street. Dave Ernst Russ Hobby Shop on center across from St. Beneath The Street, Klaus Arcade, Manning's, Uncle Bob's Music on Fon du Lac and the go kart track behind Bob's, Ruby Chev.Butter Bun, and lots more I cant recall at the moment.I just stumbled across your site and was amazed at all the memories it brought back.My sisters and I grew up on 41st street across from Sherman Park in the 40's and 50's.The Christmas display at Gimbels where the deer came right through the windows and circled up the outside of the building.The ceiling mounted monorail in Toyland up on the top floor of the Boston Store and it's giant Lionel layout. The Clef Club on center, Judy's drive in on capitol drive, Kitty town at Capitol Court (I used to run the Milwaukee Road there) Kitt's drive inn, Big Boys, Pizza Wagon A&P, Butter Bun, Och's House of Music Carvelle, Petroff's Drive In (the first in the state to have an ordering intercom from your car) on Burleigh I remember my Dad pulling one out while backing up he knew John Petroff so things worked out.My mom worked at Gardetto's Bakery just around the corner on Howell. We took the bus both ways, so we could enjoy both cities.Remember the Milwaukee Journal Green Sheet that ran an ad I believe every Wednesday for ten burgers (or something like that) for

Remember: - Mayor Frank Zeidler - Mayor Henry Meier - Carl Zimmerman (Channel 6 news) - Earl Gillespie and Blaine ('Blainer') Walsh - (Police) Chief Ploczyn - Clark bars As a paen to our famous frozen custard, there's a strip mall store just outside of Washington, D. named "Milwaukee's Finest" run by a former Milwaukee boy with custard like you remember. The Scene downtown to see Cream, Hendrix and the Mothers of Invention all at about $ 3.00 per ticket if I remember right. It was a great place to grow up in, back in the 50s.

Watching lawn bowling and the warm ice house they would build next to the ice rink down by the tennis courts. Laying awake on hot sticky summer nights listening to the noise of the bomb plant at AO Smith and the trains working the plant 24/7. Watching Howdy Doody on a very small tv set up in the Museum staircase.

Playing in the automatic doors at Kohl's across from the Sherman theater.

Billie the Brownie and Meatec the Eskimo on top of the decorated streetcars in the Christmas parade on Vliet Street. Dave Ernst Russ Hobby Shop on center across from St. Beneath The Street, Klaus Arcade, Manning's, Uncle Bob's Music on Fon du Lac and the go kart track behind Bob's, Ruby Chev.

Butter Bun, and lots more I cant recall at the moment.

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Remember: - Mayor Frank Zeidler - Mayor Henry Meier - Carl Zimmerman (Channel 6 news) - Earl Gillespie and Blaine ('Blainer') Walsh - (Police) Chief Ploczyn - Clark bars As a paen to our famous frozen custard, there's a strip mall store just outside of Washington, D. named "Milwaukee's Finest" run by a former Milwaukee boy with custard like you remember. The Scene downtown to see Cream, Hendrix and the Mothers of Invention all at about $ 3.00 per ticket if I remember right. It was a great place to grow up in, back in the 50s.Watching lawn bowling and the warm ice house they would build next to the ice rink down by the tennis courts. Laying awake on hot sticky summer nights listening to the noise of the bomb plant at AO Smith and the trains working the plant 24/7. Watching Howdy Doody on a very small tv set up in the Museum staircase.Playing in the automatic doors at Kohl's across from the Sherman theater.Billie the Brownie and Meatec the Eskimo on top of the decorated streetcars in the Christmas parade on Vliet Street. Dave Ernst Russ Hobby Shop on center across from St. Beneath The Street, Klaus Arcade, Manning's, Uncle Bob's Music on Fon du Lac and the go kart track behind Bob's, Ruby Chev.Butter Bun, and lots more I cant recall at the moment.I just stumbled across your site and was amazed at all the memories it brought back.My sisters and I grew up on 41st street across from Sherman Park in the 40's and 50's.The Christmas display at Gimbels where the deer came right through the windows and circled up the outside of the building.The ceiling mounted monorail in Toyland up on the top floor of the Boston Store and it's giant Lionel layout. The Clef Club on center, Judy's drive in on capitol drive, Kitty town at Capitol Court (I used to run the Milwaukee Road there) Kitt's drive inn, Big Boys, Pizza Wagon A&P, Butter Bun, Och's House of Music Carvelle, Petroff's Drive In (the first in the state to have an ordering intercom from your car) on Burleigh I remember my Dad pulling one out while backing up he knew John Petroff so things worked out.My mom worked at Gardetto's Bakery just around the corner on Howell. We took the bus both ways, so we could enjoy both cities.Remember the Milwaukee Journal Green Sheet that ran an ad I believe every Wednesday for ten burgers (or something like that) for $1 at George Webb's? Fishing with my Dad for smelt at Jones Island, the Milwaukee Clipper, the Milwaukee Braves (not the Brewers - sorry Brewers fans! The Milwaukee bus station was on 3rd and Michigan, and it was a drive-thru building, so the buses drove in one side and out the other.

at George Webb's? Fishing with my Dad for smelt at Jones Island, the Milwaukee Clipper, the Milwaukee Braves (not the Brewers - sorry Brewers fans! The Milwaukee bus station was on 3rd and Michigan, and it was a drive-thru building, so the buses drove in one side and out the other.

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