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10:37pm 05-30-2018
jim mclaughlin
Great website on st joe history
4:22pm 05-27-2018
Everett Vaughn
Thank you for letting me explore your site. I was born in St. Joe in 1928 and we moved when I was 6 yrs. old. My Grandfather worked at Mc Donald Mfg. in 1918 and my father worked at Anchor Ser. in 1928. We moved out west and I have no memories of St. Joe.
11:54pm 05-25-2018
Jim Talley
Enjoyed learning a bit more about Schrieber Mills. My grandfather sold feed for the Schriebers in Kansas and they lived in St. Joe temporarily around the time of WW-II.
1:46pm 05-14-2018
Sharon
Many many happy memories of Wesley House while growing up in the early 60's. Dance parties, cooking classes, arts and crafts, sleepovers, playing in the gym and in high school Sigma Zeta Tau Sorority. Thanks for the memories and the history!
3:06am 05-13-2018
David Veasey
am researching historic buildings and vehicles for a model railroad.
11:20pm 05-07-2018
mike pinzino
our family grew up here, I remember going to my dads and uncle otto wholsale meats when we were kids, cant find any pics of their place, would like a copy of #3 pic on urban renewal 2nd street page, it has a partial of their old place, let me know what I need to do, thank u so much for the memories!
1:12pm 04-24-2018
Mike Kuhn
I lived in St. Joe from 1976 to 1980, then moved back to Topeka. At the time I was living in St. Joe, I did not appreciate it like I do now. I was a salesman working for Uarco. I replaced a salesman, Paul Findley, who had been their salesman for 34 years, retiring in 1976. He maintained an office in the Brown Transfer building all those years. We became close friends. Other friends were Jon Gouge, Wyeth Co., Chuck Dorssom, Hillyard Chemical, Carroll Hicks, News Press and Gazette, and one of my closest friends, someone many knew, Ron Davison, RD, my barber. RD was a super barber and a good friend to me during those years. I have been back to St. Joe many times since I left, and have some good memories from living there.

Great website, thanks for all the hard work in maintaining.
9:24am 04-21-2018
Eric Sollars
Great site. My brother is a member of the 1968 class. Great memories.
11:53am 04-19-2018
vicki
Love your site. Loved the amusement park as a child. great memories
12:22pm 04-16-2018
Reva Fields
Just want to tell you that I have enjoyed your site for many years. It is awesome! This is such wonderful way to preserve the history of St. Joseph. Thank you for your dedication and hard work! Reva J. Fields
9:23am 04-06-2018
Mike Burkert
The entire Website of St. Joe Memories is wonderful. I am a bit sad, however, when I review the names and photos of the Central HS Class of 1968, who are no longer with us. Even though it's been 50 years, since we all went our separate ways, it seems to me, like only yesterday! Every time I visit St. Joe, go down the street I lived on, I get a little nostalgic. What happened to our wonderful city? Downtown once was a marvel to me. We could ride the bus anywhere and did! Sadly, it's now just a faded memory.
12:35am 03-27-2018
Bill Landis
A great collection of information and photos! I am using this material to help me design and and build my HO model of the Chicago Great Western Railroad between Des Moines, Iowa and Kansas City, MO. My model of the St. Joseph area occupies an area 110 to 115-feet long by 24-inches wide which allows me to model many of main buildings and structures that bordered the CGW's route thru town.
Thank you!
Bill Landis
7:47pm 03-26-2018
John Wubbel
Very nicely done web site for historical research on railroads of the past. Would also be interest in more CGW photos too. Thank you. JW
1:42pm 03-24-2018
thomas cobb
Our business, Acme Music and Vending Co. is celebrating our 80th year in business in St. Joseph. My parents, Walter and Margaret Cobb started Acme in 1938. In 1948 they moved to 1410 Olive, just below my parents apartment complex at 901 South 14th. We built a new building at 1701 Olive in 1974, remaining there until 1998. We then purchased the old Polsky building on Frederick Ave., where we remain today. Both former business locations buildings still stand today. Thank you. Thomas Cobb
3:18pm 03-21-2018
Gayle pummel
Interesting
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