While it would seem curious now to make plans to meet up with friends at your local Walgreens or CVS, time was when drug stores had soda fountains and lunch counters.
These University of Texas students enjoyed coffee with friends, exchanging notes and cramming for tests, with a view of pills and potions behind the glass at Home Drug in 1948. Today, these brown bottles might prove too tempting for thieves, and certainly not appetizing for patrons in the booths. Did y’all ever drink a soda or take in a BLT at the local drugstore?
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Yes, Kerbey, I am of the age to have partaken of a grilled cheese sandwich at a pharmacy food counter!
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Times definitely have change. Sadly there would be daily break-ins if things were like that today.
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