Friday, March 17, 2017

Jeffrey's Pool Parlor

In the 1930s, Tuty S. Jeffrey operated a pool parlor at 931 West Washington Street. He also sold soft drinks and had a lunch counter at his establishment. Jeffrey’s Pool Parlor was in the same block as Link’s Hall, and across the street from the Mertz Hardware store. 

This lovely image of a young lady was given away as apromotion for the business. This item also features a sentiment from James Whitcomb Riley that reads:

It’s the song ye sing
And the smile ye wear,
That’s amaking the sun shine,
Every where.

Tutti Salvatore Jeffrey, also known as Thomas, died on June 16, 1961. In his later years, he was well known as the steward at the Knights of Columbus. Funeral services for Mr. Jeffrey were held at the Charles J. Andres Sons’ Funeral Home and at Saints Peter and Paul Church, with Father Marlborough officiating. Burial was at Calvary Cemetery.

1 comment:

GenKnit said...

The Music Man (Professor Harry Hill) would have been able to tell Sandusky about the dangers of the pool hall. ^_^