Schoonovers submitted by Cheryl King
Fred Kleinman wrote: This picture must have been taken on a Sunday Cheryl . That’s the only day the store was closed! And the only day I had off !!! It was a busy place.
Sue Lipscomb wrote: When green beans and corn came in we would take my Nan down so we could buy bushel baskets for canning time ..they would have produce out on the sidewalk
Robin Potters wrote: I lived on Harvard Street and went through the alley almost every day for Doritos for my mom when I was in high school…she was expecting my sister.
Susie Adams Lambert wrote: My Mother shopped there for years. You could find about anything you wanted……
Dawn Sandoval wrote: I see pics of this wonderful old place and think of the many, many times I helped my Gran shell the October beans she would get there.
Linda Martin wrote: I lived down the street, and remember getting to ‘plug’ the watermelons to see how ripe they were!
Mary Beth Fike wrote: They had the best Christmas candy. Always fresh!
Paul Jennings wrote: We were there a lot… Great bologna… They made it, I think, and fresh produce… Corn on the cob and tons on watermelons… Often under a tent, as I recall