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    Date:  10/7/2002 - 2:36 AM
    Name:  Judy Howden Speight
    Email: jhspeight@juno.com
    Site: http://
    Location:  White House, Tennessee, USA!
    Comments:  Thoroughly enjoyable journey through memories. Thanks a bunch.

    Date:  10/6/2002 - 11:22 PM
    Name:  Buddy Sadler
    Email: bksadler@aol.com
    Site: http://
    Location:  Gallatin, Tn,
    Comments:  When I was growing up in Woodbine (Flatrock?), we had a "market man" who drove a pickup through the neighborhood selling vegetables. The "popsicle man" had a horse that pulled his wagon. Later, he had one of thoselittle 3-wheeled carts and would give us some of the "hot" ice they used to keep the ice cream cold. Remember our gym at Central High School where the bb tournaments were held? Teen town at Turner on Nolensville Road? Before Shoneys, there was the D.Q. Back in the 50's, Antioch was not very big, just the high school and the post office, and seemed to be way out in the country when our team played there. What a great site this is. Thanks,

    Date:  10/6/2002 - 2:22 PM
    Name:  Linda Bell Miller
    Email: zsg369@juno.com
    Site: http://
    Location:  Old Hickory, TN, USA
    Comments:   This is a GREAT site!!!! Enjoyed it very much. I used to go to Madison theater with my grand-mother on Friday night when they drew a name to win the money!! I don't think she ever won. Also, does anyone remember when my alma mater, DuPont High, burned and then 3 weeks later our grammer school burned? It was a sad time in Old Hickory. Also, our school won the national safety award one year and Roy Rogers and Trigger came to Old Hickory. Some great memories!!!!

    Date:  10/5/2002 - 11:21 PM
    Name:  Angie
    Email: AngieHollo@aol.com
    Site: http://
    Location:  Goodlettsville/Greenbrier, TN, USA
    Comments:  Thanks for the stirring some great memories. I remember thinking that when we went from Goodlettsville to Madison to the first McDonalds that we had had a real treat! I also remember "The Lazy Susan" restaurant that we we went to onsome Sundays in Madison Square where strangers sat down at a table together and the food was served in big bowls on a large bowls on a "lazy susan" in the center of the table. And ANY teenager that lived north of Nashville has surely cruised Madison Square on weekend nights! Thanks again for the memories!

    Date:  10/4/2002 - 11:05 PM
    Name:  Sonny Bozeman
    Email: SonnyBozeman@Juno.com
    Site: http://
    Location:  Long Beach, CA, USA
    Comments:  I loved it. Thanks For The Memories yanked me back to a time that I loved very much. I remember What-A-Burger out on Dickerson Rd. the skating rink on Thompson Lane, The Hippodrome on West End. I was a skater you know. Harvey's Dept. Store,Cain-Sloane, Madison Shopping Center and Shoney's Big Boy., Burger Boy. I especially remember the new Children's Theater, because I did the first play there. Howard High School, Nashburg or Nashboro Fort on the Cumberland River at First Street near Broadway. I could go on and on and still not cover everything. I do enjoy my life today but yesterday was a great pleasure too. Sock Hops in the Gym after the football game. Here I go again on and on. Anyway I lover the trip down memor

    Date:  10/4/2002 - 4:28 PM
    Name:  Darlene White
    Email: babysitterbd@aol.com
    Site: http://
    Location:  Hartsville, TN, USA
    Comments:  This brings back lots of memories. I didn't live in Nashville but when growing up went every week with my mom and grandfather who owned a General Merchandise Country Store. He would drop us off on 5th avenue for the day of shopping and pick us back up around 4:00p.m. I enjoyed getting the peanuts at the Arcade and shopping at Harvey's. I always had to eat lunch at the Woolsworth Store and on the upper level of their lunchcounter. I always ate cooked carrots and rolls. They were still the best I've ever eaten. We always went to see the Christmas Nativity Scene at the Parthanon every year. I have pictures of it changing colors. Also went to the State Fair every year and remember 1 year a booth had free paper puppets. My mom

    Date:  10/4/2002 - 2:20 PM
    Name:  Jane Jones
    Email: jayjay9566@aol.com
    Site: http://
    Location:  Hermitage, TN, USA
    Comments:  This was one of the most wonderful things I have read in a long time! Sure brought back a lot of good memories.

    Date:  10/4/2002 - 12:28 AM
    Name:  terry warren
    Email: terryj44yr@wmconnect.com
    Site: http://
    Location:  nashville, tennessee, U.S.A.
    Comments:  my mother and aunt would go to H. I. HOLT 5&10 on north first street. the day after new year and put christmas on layaway for all of us kids. and mr jones would stay open late on christmas eve for everybody that had layaway. so they could be able to get it out for chirstmas.and about fair park remember when you would drink R.C.cola and save the tops to get tickets to ride the rides. we would save all year for one day of fun.my uncle worked on the old roller coaster at fair park. before i was born when one of us kids would get sick my mother would take us to the old genral hospital after that there was burger place across the street from the hospital.there is where we would eat.it hard to remeber thing that made you happy when you

    Date:  10/3/2002 - 8:58 PM
    Name:  Joe Hooper
    Email: onojoe@msn.com
    Site: http://
    Location:  Nashville/Madison, tn,
    Comments: