Submitted by Jeff McClelland
Tootie Soldis worked here.
The Solitis (Soltis?) lived on the Furnace road on the right just before the road ran side by side of the Lick Hollow Creek on the left coming from Rte 40... Pavlicos lived in the other side of the house... Pale green house.. I lived in the white house opposite the wooden bridge that went to Mcdiffits house and the Genovese barn.
It was Toot's Soltis (I think that is the correct spelling) not Tootie Soldis(at least I don't remember her ever being called Tootie)
Johnsons was a little before my time - it was Hall's Drug Store when I was a boy "Doc" Hall was the owner and Toot's still worked there
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