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Neighborhood grocers’ tills closed, but buildings remain

February 10, 2013

What a grand time it was in Minot! Telephone numbers began with the prefix “TE....

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EarlyBird

Feb-10-13 8:56 AM

Well thank God way back then many of the people still lived in the country. Our grocery store was a garden, barn, chicken coop and fish from the Mouse River. We did our own butchering of cattle, pigs, chickens and what wildlife we could get. We made butter, whipped cream and ice cream from our own milk cows. And of course all you city slickers couldn't wait for summer to come help us with all the work it took to provide all that food sometimes with extra to sell to the grocery stores.

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Renemarie

Feb-10-13 10:24 AM

Nice story. A shout out to B&D Market would have been nice here, though.

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mops65

Feb-11-13 10:42 AM

Very fond memories of Sunshine just steps from Little Flower School. Early yrs lived in Willis Apts on Broadway (it burned down in mid 60s) but we frequented Paul's Grocery just north of us. Owned by Paul Brogolios (sic) and the Maragos family store (Cut Rate?) Talk about older times! Tom Maupin

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EarlyBird

Feb-11-13 1:52 PM

Piggly Wiggly was a giant store, Town and Country Shopping Center came along followed by Albertsons, Miracle Mart, Market Place then thank you for shopping in China(Walmart). Minot has been quite a fiasco for most of my life.

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