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Posted by Frank Hardy (+1595) 20 days ago
A small ice cream store called the Penguin?

....yeah, really!

"I'm serious!"


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Posted by David Schott (+16946) 20 days ago
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Posted by Robert Martelle (+758) 20 days ago
Yes, it was in the block where Hardesty's Real Estate office is. There were two or three small shops there just west of the old gas station that became Hardesty's.
My Mom worked there as a teenager. It was still open in the mid 60's.
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Posted by Frank Burns (+341) 20 days ago
Did you know there was...

once an operating movie theater in Miles City?

Multiple of them, in fact. Now we go to Forsyth to see movies.
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Posted by Hanson (+2097) 20 days ago
Theaters...Yes, we had two on Main Street, the Liberty and Montana. On 8th Street, we had the Park Theater and on Highway 10 the Sunset Drive-in. The Penguin ice cream shop was owned and run in the 40s and 50s by Ray Lundby, followed by Boyd Hirsch until he lost his sight to diabetes in the early 60s.
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Posted by Richard Bonine (+14943) 19 days ago
a football team in Philly?
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Posted by Bridgier (+9176) 19 days ago
Is THAT what that was last night?
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9888) 18 days ago
Did you know there was once an amazing supper club in Miles that was built of logs?
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Posted by David Schott (+16946) 18 days ago
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Posted by TheDude (+530) 17 days ago
Ohhh the Crossroads.Start out with a killer relish tray that had great pickled herring.Then came a small pasta dish,followed by the fantastic prime rib.I always sprung for the extra large portion,named the "C
attleman's Cut".....
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Posted by Karen L. Morris (+1772) 17 days ago
I still like the prices . . .

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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9888) 17 days ago









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