Soda jerks at Smiths Corner Drug in Williams
Originally Published: February 26, 2019 11:32 a.m.
This is the mid-1950s. From left: Ivan Smith, Bobbie Smith, Socorro Avila, Mrs. Berger, Ms. Navarro and Katherine Gonzales.
I worked with all of these people as a soda jerk one summer and weekends.
Randall Hosesiema, the jewelry maker at Vaugh's Indian Store, was a regular 2 p.m. each afternoon for a 5 cent root beer that was served in a paper cone that fit in a bake-lite base.
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