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Turning back the clock to ads in the 1957 Forest Park Review, Forest Parkers could pick up their Thanksgiving turkey from a number of local stores. Calcagno's (now Silverland Bakery) had turkeys for 39 cents a pound, Scolaro (now Casa de Puros) had young Tom's or only 29 cents a pound, and Harry's Quality Meats (now parking lot at Circle and Madison) had fresh birds and to choose from as well as jumbo oysters and Beck's freeze- bank (formerly Brian Boru) had Pine Manor hens and toms for home freezer owners. Families could also enter the raffle for a free turkey at Abarbanell Cleaners (now the Vape store) at 7439 Madison.
Community Guide 2019 - 2020
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