History of the Loop

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Bill's Grill
Authored by: Anonymous onSunday, March 06 2011 @ 03:40 AM UTC
Bill Treglown was my foster father. He married my cousin, Martha and we all moved to make a family of ourselves, at Billís Grill.
I attended June Lake School, when it was a one room schoolhouse taught by Mr. Eisner. Some of my classmates were, John Krause, Christine Clearly, Bob Eastwood, Leon Smith and many others. I started school there in 1953.
Now, Billís Grill, which included a liquor store, barber shop, restaurant and bar was one of the great places in Mono County history. However it might cost a few bucks when you buy my book to know moreÖ. Including Wes Johnson. Father Kelly and many more characters in that distant world I grew up in.
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Bill's Grill
Authored by: Anonymous onMonday, July 02 2012 @ 01:00 PM UTC
Larry,

I knew Bill and Martha quite well.
I was a young girl when we moved there in 1944.
We built a rock house above Bud's.
Went to school at Gull Lake Lodge.
The Smiths were good friends. I used to take care of Leon.
Where is he now?
We were "family" to Bearbait. I could tell you stories about him.
Where can I get your book?

Patsy O'Connor (Pat Murray)
Pinehurst, N.C.
910/986-0011
Bill's Grill
Authored by: butchie onSaturday, December 08 2012 @ 11:58 PM UTC
i worked for bill and martha in 1953 I was13years old my uncle was dewy kirk he owend june lake boat landing.I knew bud kline the proles and eve
ryone in june lake every one called me butch edwinwllms@netscape.net
Bill's Grill
Authored by: butchie onWednesday, October 01 2014 @ 09:06 PM UTC
Is martha still alive.

Butch