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Christensen’s Store – 1942

Submitted by on April 19, 2018 – 5:13 pmOne Comment

Christensen’s 1942

With the old Christensen’s store, (which also became the Sears store) being currently remodeled into a thrift store, this seemed like a good time to post this shot taken in 1942.

Alice Wingrove writes, “My parents bought things they needed for many years from Christensen’s. I remember George Neistadt use to work at the garage next door for many years.”

Things evolve and the store will be reopening soon. We wish is luck.

Photo courtesy of JoAnn Palmer.

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  • Alana Smith says:

    Great photo! The Eatonville Family Agency is excited for this new adventure of opening up Center Street Junction Mercantile & More in this building.Happy to become part of this great heritage in Eatonville!

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