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  • Rachelle MacIver

    Woolworth's luncheonette! grandma used to work at woolworths. loved the soda fountain :)

  • Laurie Donaldson

    Woolworth's, and most drug stores had lunch counters, or at least soda fountains. I remember eating at both the Woolworth's and McCrory's lunch counters with my Grnadma.

  • Marcia Witherspoon

    "The dime store" went there with my grandma and had lunch at the soda fountain. Also got to pick out a "diamond ring" each time. I think they were 1.99!

  • Louise Vickers

    Woolworth's stores had lunch counters

  • Sandra Compala

    Woolworth's luncheonette! Remember this? The Triple-Decker Club sandwich and a cherry soda Wow!

  • Stryker Seguin

    Woolworth's luncheonette! Grilled cheese!

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