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Jerry’s Journal

Geraldine Hogan Kasperek, Columnist - Jerry writes “Jerry’s Journal,” a bi-monthly column featuring stories about local people and tales of the “good old days” in Fulton. She attended SUNY Oswego in the Writing Arts Program. She has written and edited newsletters for several different organizations and has had many articles published in various newspapers on community and environmental issues.

Jerry’s Journal

By Jerry Kasperek Did you ever watch hummingbirds come to feed? Ours come one by one, all sizes and all colors – red, green and blue – to sip the sweet sugary syrup Ed makes for their bird feeder. Some of our hummingbirds perch, yes, actually perch their tiny selves on a nearby shepherd’s crook(…)

100 Block of East Broadway

by Jerry Kasperek Let me recap my last couple of columns. The 100 block of East Broadway was once home to Finocchario’s Barber Shop, Murphy’s Gift Shop, Scanlon’s Liquor Store, Frawley’s Restaurant, the Percival house, the Broadway Restaurant, Gayer’s Drugstore, the Acme Market, and Jonientz Texaco Station. The Broadway Restaurant was known as Stubby Quade’s.(…)

More Fulton history

by Jerry Kasperek E-mails have flown back and forth between Marion Murphy Stanton and I that happily jogged each other’s memories, thanks to Mary Runeari and her writings in my last column. Mary worked at Frawley’s luncheonette on East Broadway as a teenager and discovered that the “neat gentleman” who came in to get his(…)

West Broadway

by Jerry Kasperek By now, Dear Readers, you must have figured out that I’m not really a historian. I write mostly from memory and from what others tell me they remember. Thus, I want you to know how happy and grateful I am for your input and for your corrections. Now, before I move on(…)

Checkerboard Feed Store

by Jerry Kasperek Let’s begin with The Checkerboard Feed Store: it was painted red and white, as Roy Abbott reminded me per a recent phone call, not black and white as I had written in my last column. And it was on Gansvoort Street, behind the building that today houses the Gift Shop on West(…)

Memories of Pop

by Jerry Hogan Kasperek Wanna go to the feed store, Jeddy? My grandfather — Pop — would ask me when he was about to go on his Saturday morning ritual of errands and rounds. Jeddy was my grandfather’s nickname for me (my proper name is Geraldine) and the feed store was the Checkerboard, or maybe(…)

Taxi stand

by Jerry Kasperek Out shopping one Sunday afternoon, Ed and I bumped into Eugene “Sonny” Huard: “How did you ever forget Sully’s?” he greeted me with. You know, Sully’s, the old bar off West Broadway! “Of course, I remember it!” I said — now that you mention it — “It was on a side street(…)

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