huntington in the old days
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GreyBox

Greensburg, PA

#25 Jul 12, 2012
Man, you guys are old.
Goinbroke

Huntington, WV

#26 Jul 12, 2012
Anyone remember the Circle Grill on 4th ave and 13th st. Now that was a wild place.
Carl

Hansford, WV

#27 Jul 13, 2012
pure innocence wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry to say but Vick and Barbara Poston never had anything in Huntington. Every after hours they had was is Guyandotte and they had several. I remember when the cops would bust one of their places in Guyandotte in the wee hours and they would get Leo Combs (now dead but was a bail bondsman) to bail everyone out and then they would all just go to another one of the Poston's after hours and do it all over again.
The real money in the poston family came from Willford Poston. Vic did fairly well.

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Since: Nov 11

BelAir, CA

#28 Jul 13, 2012
any town without: me me me, spleenhole, brandaddy, sempron and john connor was a better one.
justnotsaying

United States

#29 Jul 13, 2012
VERBS, Mad Hatter, Varsity, 1896 Club. What about Boney's Hole In The Wall. place I hung out in Mid 80's. Memories. Remember the Mexican restaurant/pub where Huuson's pizza now is. It was a great college hangout in 80's. Right at beginning of MTV era, had 3 or 4 tv's on always. Served great french fries with blue cheese dressing. Ice cold pitchers beer. yummy. remember cruise avenue, cruisin 4th ave, cruisin ritter park around gobbler's knob on Sunday afternoons. Those were the days.
Two cents

United States

#30 Jul 13, 2012
Even old people on here are d!cks. Sheesh don't ever say another word about this generation and it's attitude. At least we know we had a good teacher to show us how to be @$$holes. Being rude about saying guyandirt is the same as Huntington. And actually it's not there jacka ss. Maybe you should go back in the 30's and go back to school. That's like trying to say barboursville is in Huntington. Altizer, yes. Guyandirt, no.
Dan Poston

Ardsley, NY

#31 Jul 14, 2012
Two cents wrote:
Even old people on here are d!cks. Sheesh don't ever say another word about this generation and it's attitude. At least we know we had a good teacher to show us how to be @$$holes. Being rude about saying guyandirt is the same as Huntington. And actually it's not there jacka ss. Maybe you should go back in the 30's and go back to school. That's like trying to say barboursville is in Huntington. Altizer, yes. Guyandirt, no.
City limits go to 40th st.
phish

Saint Albans, WV

#32 Aug 19, 2013
I work at the Pullman plaza hotel .. looking for pics of the the Pompeii room .. love the history of the hotel
luvy

Richmond, VA

#33 Aug 21, 2013
tina wrote:
Does anyone remember the pastime in or the chatterbox, or white star grill, sammys place,i can't remember the bar across the street from sammys bar, the resturant under the biltmore hotel. I worked at the old train station little cafe, i can't remember the name of it either, but people traveling on the train would come in to eat real small place, it was on the corner of 10st and 7 ave. what about the place next to the millner hotel, i can't remember the name of it, but a real nice lady owned it by the name of mrs jewel, oh my gosh, we are all older than dirt.
do you remember jimmy young who tended bar at sammys
or diane byrd who tended bar at sammys in the 80s lets see she died in 86 so i guess she tended bar at sammys probally about1984
Mr Nature

Grayson, KY

#34 Jan 10, 2014
When I was a kid in college (early 70's) we went to the Milner Pup Club to see a kinda famous stripper. I can't remember her name, but she was billed as "the Argintine flamingo girl" really old time deal with the feather boa and all. Anyone else remember this ?
sable

Barboursville, WV

#35 Jan 10, 2014
Anyone remember the wagon wheel, west end, Sabers Everett Pauley and the drifters. Would wait al l week to go there. Anybody out there in that age time?
Old Drunk

Hockessin, DE

#36 Jan 10, 2014
sable wrote:
to any old friends that partied back in the 60ts, HOTEL BILTMORE, WHITE PANTRY, 10st, 7 ave , the bar on the corner,the old criple man named benny owned it, the chatter box, the cricket club, 3rd and 1st, the green door, lots of drinking and no drugs, but what a wonderful time. Lots of the old bunch gone now but some of us ar still around.
Cricket Is an old dried up piece of beef jerky. Her old friend Patsy Kessee the Oxy addict who killed her boyfriend a couple years ago.
Sugardale

Zirconia, NC

#37 Jun 26, 2014
Smart wrote:
<quoted text>
Guyandotte is a neighborhood in the City of Huntington. Know what you 're talking about before you open your pie hole.
I agree. It was the Lighthouse bar n grill Vic owned.
Sugardale

Zirconia, NC

#38 Jun 26, 2014
Does anyone know what ever happened to Vic Poston?
Has anyone got pictures of Vic ?
lost in the 60s

Pittsburgh, PA

#39 Jun 28, 2014
Them was the good ole days you had the sand bag the pony tavern the top hat I remember gene Johnson Everett Paulety playing music the ceredo lounge the blue moon them guys played music everywhere in Huntington they was good you had the blue moon I mean the list goes on and on then was the good days!!!!
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KAG1968

Hightstown, NJ

#41 Jun 29, 2014
cruise avenue...in a huge LTD! those were sweet times. Does anyone remember the teen club that was open for a bit downtown? oh and Gumby's! black lights are still cool. yup I am old but feel so lucky to have grown up in htgn and will always carry the memories.

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