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and later worked at the Evinrude plant on North 27th St.

It is a haunting melody - does anyone else remember this? My Dad had a print shop and then a Tavern (Barmann's Bar) on Atkinson Ave between 10th and 11th where Nash ends at Atkinson.

My father was the local Wisco 99 distributor in Madison.

Also, I remember crewing freight trains out of the Menominee valley bound for Portage and points West before the first stadium was built and watching hobos coming out of the 'jungle' and clambering aboard our train. When the Braves moved to Milwaukee he would rent a bus on Sundays and take a load of customers to the game.

I skated at the Riverview Roller Rink on the east side.

As we got closer to Christmas, there were calls placed up to the North pole to talk to Santa as he got ready for the big trip down here.

I loved walking into the Sears-Roebuck store on Forest Home Ave and the smell of the roasted nuts and the noise of the vacuum cleaner demo being run right across from the roasted nuts.

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