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“Tottenville in Prose” …#6 … conclusion

“Tottenville inProse”  …#6  … conclusion
Here’s the final postof” Tottenville in Prose.”  Let me knowin the comments both your thoughts about it and any information you may want toshare with other readers.
“There was Hubbard R. Yetman we can’t forget
His real estate business is going on yet
He would sell real estate and insurance and make out yourbill
Now it is being run by his daughter Laura and his son Bill
Where Dr. Stauff’s dental office stands now
Taylor Elliott once grazed a cow
The largest ship yard in the town was run by a man name A.C.Brown
If there was a fire all the people would know
Because the S.S. White’s whistle would blow
One thing in the town which some people thought nice
When they wenht to the rink to skate on the ice
Another thing thought so grand
When they listened to old Tottenville’s band
And Saturday night they would dance or watch basketball
At the old Knights of Pythias dance hall
Some people had a new place to go
Jim Laird opened a picture show
Amboy Road had a hard name to make know
I will tell yu about this some other time.”
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