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This market shows an address number of 712, in the upper left corner of the sign in the photo. (Purchase Street)
John R. Lopes said,
"This was right across the street from the Star Store, just to the left (north) was NBIS. Golub Furniture bought the building and converted it to a furniture store and then sold out to NBIS for the new addition they added."
Golub closed around 1978.
Notice: Butter 65 cents. Lard 19 cents. It's open until 9 on Fridays. 3 layer cake in the window.
Nice old style bicycle parked out front and not locked up! Try that today and it will disappear.
Mrs. Antoinette Audette liked to buy scones there. Photo from the MLBaron Historic Collection Click on the photo and you will get a detailed enlargement.