PHS class of 1947 celebrates 71 years at 13th reunion
In 1947, Gingrich Brothers Motor Sales was on Front Street. Harriet’s Furniture, Livingston’s, People’s Food Market and Mrs. Piatt’s Bakery lined Louisiana Avenue.
The Village Appliance Shop of Perrysburg was liquidating and selling water tanks for $131.40, gas ranges for $179.50 and an Emerson Radio for $37.75.
Witzler-Shank Funeral Home was Witzler Funeral Home–Ambulance and Mortuary Service.
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