Judy CressmanMy Mom , Genny Southwell, worked there for a while.
Lisa Stanley SheehanOur neighbour Myrtle Walker , can’t recall if Grace was there too?
Arlene SavardLoved that store, great friendly staff
Judy Reid HamreMy grade 12 grad dress came from there – not that our grad was anything other than a gathering in the gym to walk across the stage, receive your diploma and sit down.
Gwen HazelwoodMcCormicks Ladies Wear. (Where I bought my wedding dress.)
Peggy ByrneYep, bought half slips at McCormick’s Ladies Wear in downtown Almonte.
Karen HirstHarry Gunn’s grocery was called Red & White. Mr. Gunn later bought McCormicks Ladies Wear lower Mill ST., it was later purchased by Geoff and Peggy Hirst—building is now where Lee Valley is located.
oan ArmstrongA lot of memories, I wish I could remember it all ….Irval motors where Don Coady is, oh – before that Snedden’s drugstore, NS Lee Hardware – across the street Peterson’s Icecream, Hydro office – McCormick’s ladies wear, Proctor’s shoe store on corner of Brae and Mill.BMO, I forgot Carnegie’s drug store before nowThe Misses Hogans had a military shop somewhere in the area of Baker Bob’s today.Going past BMO all I can remember is Needham’s shoe store, Graham’s drugstore, The Superior.Of course the Pool room corner where Subway was (across from Keepsakes:Cashmere Rose)A garageLots of ???StedmansI hope someone can fill in the blanks.Oh, forgot the Almonte Gazette!
Mary Sterling JarickWhen I came to Canada, we lived above McCormick’s store for about 3 years before moving to Water Street
38 mill street almonte