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A Conversation with Bill and Peg Park - 2019

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(HCDL-bd-Conversation-Bill-Peg-Park_m.mp4)
Read August 2, 1961 Livingston County Press Article about Peggy Berry marries Bill Park, Howell, Michigan, 1961 (in library use only)

In this video, the following names, places, or events were mentioned:

  • Peggy Berry
  • Bill Park
  • Howell Township
  • Lake School
  • Burkhart Road
  • Norton Road
  • North Street
  • City of Howell, Michigan
  • St. Joseph Catholic School
  • Howell High School
  • World War II
  • farm and farming
  • scrap drive
  • Mrs. Clark
  • V.J. Day Parade
  • horses
  • Hesse Street
  • Barnard Street
  • Railroad
  • John Page
  • Country schools
  • football
  • "the Pit"
  • Mrs. Hoskins, teacher
  • Mrs.Spaulding, teacher
  • Jack Vince, teacher, coach
  • Doc Cooley, teacher
  • church
  • chores
  • polio
  • Thompson Lake
  • Flint
  • Mt. Pleasant
  • Monroe
  • Riverview
  • Southgate
  • Arlington Heights
  • Baltimore
  • I-96
  • Eisenhower
  • circus
  • movies
  • Howell theater
  • Tom Kizer
  • Midget Restaurant
  • Eager's Restaurant
  • Family Restaurant
  • Culver's Restaurant
  • Hop's Restaurant
  • Schaefer's Six Mile House
  • Four Mile House
  • Tom's Tavern
  • Raymond's
  • Goodnow's Department store
  • Learning to drive
  • Eileen Berry
  • real estate
  • VanWinkle
  • Oak Grove
  • 1939 Plymouth¬†
  • depot
  • A & P Grocery
  • Timber's Restaurant
  • Jim Salisbury
  • Fran Schulz
  • Al Pfau, Sr.
  • Slim Martin
  • Spike Daniels
  • W.C. Berry
  • Duane Zemper

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