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"amy hartman" Discussed on WTVN

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"amy hartman" Discussed on WTVN

"And a lot of you are out of work right now but we're going to talk about working and that very first job that you had because I think those of you who aren't working you kind of miss it you do and then you have the seniors and juniors in high school who are getting jobs because they're bored right now so we thought we would have a little fun with you the listener and we want to know call us up and tell us what was your very first job the phone number is six one four eight two one nine eight eight six six one four eight two one W. T. V. M. or nine eight eight six and the cable you're absolutely right my kids are a junior or senior and they're so busy all the time with school friends and sports they're not busy right now so I am very proud they actually both went out and got their first jobs so what are they doing so kind of been working now for a couple weeks at ace hardware in Sunbury he was given the choice you could work at the ace hardware in Westerville or Sunbury they said if you choose some burial just get more hours in so he did it while working almost every day and he loves it it's not easy working at a hardware store and I can say that because that was my first job so I give Kailyn total kudos about that it is not easy to find the right size by the eight inch washer you know back in the aisle that has all the screws in the nuts and the bolts first of all my mouth is wide open I know this is radio but if you could see me I can't believe that was your first job I never knew that about you you worked in a hardware store yes in H. W. why do you know the do it best have you ever seen that brand before with the hammer yet orange yellow sign well my dad owned a hardware store in a lumber yard and a male and so my first job I on Saturdays I works kind of like the reception area when I was only like thirteen or fourteen but when I was like sixteen I had my green shirt that gates and Johnson number on it and I was out front helping contractors order two by fours and send it out to you the warehouse out back yeah I mean it was a thing well I cannot wait to tell Kailyn that I think you'll have a whole new respect for him I can I'm sure he well I've only respect for him because it is not easy at all he loves it he absolutely loves the whole mixing the paint he didn't know it's a whole different world for we didn't know either you just went in and bought paint not now X. it and match it and all that shake it up with the machine I love it so what can we do it so can we you can probably see her doing this she will be starting work tomorrow at giant eagle she's gonna be a cashier there talking to every friendly and is that personality is I can totally see those I mean her line will probably stop because you guys don't ever get done talking to the customers like mother like daughter but I'm proud of them because instead of just sitting around home all day doing nothing they went out actually this is what happened be very honest with you Kailyn got his job a couple weeks ago can he sees her older brother year older getting all this bank get No Way is my older brother gonna get money and I'm not it seems like I'm gonna get a job so that's how it happened I have to ask you are you nervous about her being a giant eagle you know a lot of people are asking that the giant eagle is taking very strong initiatives to make sure that their employees are wearing masks and wearing gloves and a well protected they have the plexiglass yes the cashier and the customer and now I see their ads on TV asking people they're not forcing people but they're asking people to wear their masks and limiting the number of shoppers going into the time and I don't worry my life away I don't you know that about my idea if Kim is gonna get sick she's going to get sick I'm not a worrier she'll take the necessary precautions so now I think she'll be fine six one four eight two one W. TV and that six one four eight two one nine eight eight six what was your first job so many what was yours you won't gas I know you will I know it I actually know this what would you think it was well maybe that wasn't your first what do you think my first I didn't work at like fancy lady bridal or something like that but it wasn't it wasn't in the living it was classy lady I love that does not my first job classy lady bridal was awesome because there are so many mother daughter employees there together it was owned by a mother daughter the full piece and then they had so many either seamstresses are ladies who sold wedding gowns and my mom and I both worked in there together but that was not my first job my first job was shaking lemon shakes at the Ohio state fair so you were in one of like the trucks that were use of food not necessarily a truck is more like a stand yeah and at that time makayla lemon shakes at the Ohio state fair were seventy five cents no they are not so much fun the sale take limb shakes Y. grab two lemons and just shake my body and say okay seven five cents please M. Shakespeare buy one get with same price and a blast with it we've got a caller Chuck is on the line check welcome what matters what was that first job for you my first job was a paper boy from about eleven till I was fourteen years old and that that's on Columbus says three papers the center said the journal and the dispatch wait I thought this isn't journal was what I thought was citizen journal it was the sort of thing the journal and the dispatch the journal bought out there said the thirty who knew just knew and so does they are rid of all those carriers so I lost my job but what was even worse was they did all the week that we were supposed to collect your course when they went out of business no one no one paid their bill so I couldn't pay my bill gosh Hey Chuck I didn't I didn't make my money and I'm still mad I okay I know I know this is our good friend Chuck until he calls us alive we haven't heard from you in awhile I'm glad you're doing okay but please tell people one of your favorite jobs that had to do with nuts yes I was Mr peanut downtown on wallstreet so you were the guy outside the peanut store there was a way of everybody in yep I love that yeah I used to walk I used to walk up and down the street and out hello bags of peanuts to the kids to get their get their purpose Ewing want you you've got to go in to buy more so we have it says someone else check I was at one let you know Amy Hartman is with you on the delivery of the paper I deliver the Columbus citizen journal newspaper up until its final day as a morning newspaper Amy Hartman is her name do you remember her no I Kerry and then in fifty three zero yeah and then the people just called every day yeah hi so they got there they got rid of all the citizen carriers but so I went into spec improve at heartland farms down on south twenty three which is now the racetrack and then you worked at Ohio state for how many years worked at Ohio state for over forty years he's just a working man it's important work it is it really is thank you Chuck for calling in and sharing your first job with us we appreciate it so some of the responses we've had on our Facebook group page it's so fun when you guys join us on Facebook Mandaean makayla what matters is many became on a Facebook group ginger said her first job was baling hay Rachel was a lifeguard and I think this one that Denise put down as a first job for many people babysitting yep I think it is too what was gold circle on Morse road you've never heard a goal so now I have so you know what Coles is right yes the part would circle yeah it was just like coals a lot of wear Kohls are located used to be called circles okay almost the exact same thing Kathy bid work there in nineteen seventy two we've got some dairy queens in some movie theaters and then a York steak house in Northland mall which are do you work steak house is still around I think there's one awful west broad and tell you the truth I had it will have to look that up Lisa says burger chef another paper boy guy says that the pizza place I've never heard it's in Shadyside it's called deep the leash brothers pizza and somebody pumped gas Melinda pumped gas at the station that her dad worked for when she was thirteen years old her first job was pumping gas what about bill Knapp bill maps have you heard of that waitress at her bill Knapp's Pam Kinzer says that's what she did for Danny's I was a waitress at Dennys I do remember Danny's yeah there's one that's not from central Ohio but I don't know if you know this but because markets his family from is from Wisconsin I know this bath and pocket said working at the hill more supper club in Ashland Wisconsin washing dishes do you are you familiar supper clubs I am not it's a big Wisconsin thank boss that's probably why I'm not Cheryl's online isn't sure what was your first job Cheryl are you there I am what was your first job well I had scoped out a little bit of cheek I lived out toward Reynoldsburg and I would always go by and think I want to work here I want to work here so I baby sat in high school and then when I was finally in college I got my first job at this little boutique and they had a store in Westerville to and it was just a local little store but they had a bridal shop as well and the name was Margie and they had an old home that they refurbished in uptown Westerville and they had the two locations one in Westerville and one in Reynoldsburg Cheryl I got my homecoming dress for Mar he and it was my favorite dress I ever had I loved it was right it is right next was right next to the church of science yes it is yeah and now I I don't know what that is I it might be real estate agent you know agency or insurance or something but yeah but Rosemary and the name came from Rosemary Howell Adeline and I'm trying to think of the other names to put it all together but they took their family Andrea and I'm getting the but anyway Mullins Mullen family and they put their names together and that's how they came up with the name for that for those the vote heat I never and I remember that the teacher was there for years I'm so glad you just educated us thank you so thank you so so today thank you so much for listening those memories you know to keep us going and keep this kind of you know thinking about our past it's it's a good feeling so thanks to Cheryl and check for giving us.