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  • The "Grand Opening" of Doylestown Shopping Center in 1960.     And the bowling alley that was located where Bon Ton is now.                                            
  •  The Doylestown Fireman's Carnival on the 4th of July (where Heritage & Center Square Towers now stand) with the big fireworks show.                                                  
  •  Chicken dinners at Bargers on State street.                                                                                   
  •  Quarter Midget races every Friday night in the summer at Doylestown Fair. 
  • The Hy-Lit dances at the Key Roller Rink - saw "Little Stevie Wonder" there singing "Fingertips, Part II". 
  • The Hiway Diner and Hazel the waitress. 
  • The Cherry crumb pie at the Cross Keys Diner. 
  • Alex's Sandwich Shop. 
  • Rex Brown's Bar (now Maxwell's on Main). 
  • Don Sands Shoe Store with the foot x-ray machine. 
  • Breaking a balloon at Woolworth's lunch counter to try to get your banana split for a penny. 
  • When Hillside Avenue was the last residential street on the south side. 
  • When we had to get under our desks for air raid drills. 
  • When all the men wore hats and the women wore dresses. 
  • When the Acme Market gave Green Stamps and we redeemed them on Court Street where the Domestic Relations Court now stands. 
  • Mr. Nelson's Barber Shop and his painting of the dogs playing poker. 
  • When the CB High School kids painted scenes on the shop windows on Halloween. 
  • When the CBHS colors were Gold & Grey, not Gold & Black. 
  • Clempy's Blacksmith Shop on South Hamilton Street near the old Post Office. 
  • The Vogue Shop with it's huge windows. 

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