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Looking Back: Remember 64
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Hooper, John, Author
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Written: 7 June 1999
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    Latitude: 44.35012 Longitude: -78.73286
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Remember when:

*Fenelon Falls had just purchased a new fire truck only to have it enveloped in flames at the famous Kinmount fire and, as a result, was a total loss.

*Allan Bros. Monumental Works was located north of the firehall on Cambridge Street.

*The Allan Bros. were noted for turning out some of the finest tombstones in the country.

*We were told that there is little use in turning to page two if you didn't understand page one!

*One of the best places to serve Chinese food was the Star Restaurant located on the south side of Kent St.

*A very popular young Lindsay man, by the name of Ken McArthur, opened his pharmacy business in Fenelon Falls.

*Cannon Battersby, an Anglican clergyman, was proud to see his son, Scholfield, follow in his footsteps by also being ordained a minister. Schofield had been principal at the Lindsay Central School.

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Looking Back: Remember 64