Tracy Giles-ThompsonBest candy store in town when we were kids!!
Andy WilliamsI would walk there (alone) when I was 3 years old, and cross the main road to pick out penny candies or a soft drink from the old drink cooler. I may even recall my older brother or sister going with a handwrittenote to buy cigarettes for Mom.
Jennifer Rose DavisRemember this so well. Isabelle was a great lady.
Diane L BrownLoved Izzies always a must stop going and coming from school at Church Street School . The best Grab bags!
Lori Anne BrownWas this originally Fraser’s candy store?
John CurrieThis Was Once Jim Hogan;s Barber Shop..The Old Homestead.
Kim Davis right at the end of St Mary’s school driveway…oh I lived Izzys … jam packed at lunch time and you waited your turn or else
Steven CurrieIzzy got most of my collection money for church lol
JoAnn ElliottMy favourite store growing up!! Mojos and butter tarts at lunch time!! Izzy was the best!!
Susan Elliott ToppingWe would sneak over at recess!! lol
Cathy PatersonLoved the grab bags the giant sweet tarts and assortment of penny candies
Cairine ToshackI got to walk on my own at 4….Izzie was at the door watching me as I walked across the road.
Donna Peterson DeeganAlways stopped in on our way to and from Church Street School….funny how I just noticed now, in that picture, how kind of messed up that front step was/is!
Jim HillMy favourite place for treats!!
Wild PoppyI remember & looked forward stopping at the Clayton genetal store after Sunday school to get either a bag of candy or Cracker Jack carmel popcorn as a treat. We’d open it from the bottom so we could get the prize first. Aunt Audrey had all the patience in the world…
Wild PoppyYup. All these stores had exactly what every kid was looking for.
Lisa Stanley SheehanOnly place to get the ice cream stick called buried treasure…loved it
Cathy MorganI would go every day to get my 25 Cents worth of mixed up candies. Oh how the Dentist loved me
Catherine O’Neill SalkiWe all walked home from school everyday, in my case sometimes after a Sister St. Albert piano lesson, then all the way to The Glen. On this one day, I really had to pee, and I remember going into Hogan’s, but I couldn’t hold it!Mrs. Hogan was so kind, called home for me. I can’t remember if there was the usual crowd around the candy counter, or whether I was mortified in front of any of my peers… just that she took care of me.
Arlene SavardIzzy’s was the best, think I stopped there every day going to St. Mary’s occasionally sneaking something into the classrooms. Not sure if I had the nuns fooled, they were pretty observant
Greg YuillYep and 25 cents got ya a paper bag of goodies
Suzy O’Neill-DubéI sure do and I actually remember the day in question. We lived together and did pretty much everything together. Those were the days of Olive Oil….
Andy WilliamsI would walk there (alone) when I was 3 years old, and cross the main road to pick out penny candies or a soft drink from the old drink cooler. I may even recall my older brother or sister going with a handwritten note to buy cigarettes for Mom.