Hey Peeps, I’m sorry it’s been so long since my last post. I guess I have a life after all. In my last post, way back in March, I promised my next few posts would be of the businesses in those small white buildings along North Navajo Drive. If you need a refresher, go back and read that post and then come back here.
In this post, we’re going to talk about Page Jewelers, one of those businesses. It was owned and run by Ernie Severino and here’s a priceless photo of him and a customer inside the store.
Look at the detail in this photo! I don’t know who the customer was but if you do, please let me know. Ernie Jr wrote me after I sent this picture to him and said,
That chair is outside my shop, I use it all the time. I also see the machine that he used to clean watch parts, it’s in my shop too. Just can’t give it up!
He gave me permission to share that with you by the way. Thanks Ernie! He also gave me some good info on the layout of these businesses and the trailers there. He told me,
At least that’s what we called them [The Shacks]. Starting at the left was our trailer, then Page Jewelers, and Kerry and Sonia Jones’ trailer, and then the shoe store, and then Bob Jorgenson’s (I’m pretty sure that was his name) trailer, and then his shop. The Men’s Store, and then I really don’t remember if Continue reading “Page Jewelers”