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Even though she has lived elsewhere for most of her adult life, she still considers Kearney home in a sense. Her mother, Margaret Simr, continues to reside in Kearney. Now one of the pieces to a perfect Kearney visit is missing. I knew something was wrong on my last visit when a whole row of parking places was available right in front of Kaufmann's. The store was dark.
The two children showed their mother the finished photo strip. They were homemade and delicious. I was reminded of this mtaure my 8-year old daughter suggested, "Why don't we buy Kaufmann's and open a pet store!
Even with the cases of mouthwash, there was plenty of room to stop and chat with my grade school principal, a former neighbor, birrhday a classmate It birthdsy obvious that Kearneyites enjoyed the socializing that was part of shopping at Kaufmann's. No trip to the second floor of Kaufmann's was complete for women, that is without a trip to the Ladie! Thousands of artificial flowers - silk, plastic, and paper - were stuffed into baskets and plastic planters.
The pieces of pie in the pastry cases were not ordinary, however.
You'll be glad you did. The mother seemed vaguely familiar.
Now one of the pieces to a perfect Kearney visit is missing. On snowy days, there would be a distinct smell of wet wool in the entryway. Their saved-up allowances in the 'toy basement' or bobbing up and down in the photo booth. It was way at the back of the store. There used to be an alterations lady stationed in the corner with her sewing machine. Above the stairs a advised that the basement contained a True Value Hardware Store- That and more.
The elevator never quite aligned with the floor. I knew the pies were homemade because I had seen the 'pie lady", Mrs. A few shoppers were eating a late lunch or having an early coffee break.
On one visit cases of mouthwash lined both sides of the entryway, with just enough space for a box, provided by the Kearney Lions Club, for donating your used eye-glasses. She approached me. Pat Hilty, making pies one morning. On one particular visit to the snack bar, vhat lunch hour rush was over; the business people had gone back to work.
From tropical fish to tube socks to office supplies. Click for large picture.
My attention was drawn to two pre-school children cavorting in the do-it-yourself photo booth. The store was dark. It was a friend from high school-Chris Poffenberger Sherrerd. The store had been brightened, lightened, inventoried, organized, computerized and utterly stripped of its friendly, 'general store atmosphere. The upstairs was almost as cluttered as the basement. She added that some friends of hers from California always made Kaufmann's their first priority on a trip to Kearney. I was pleased to read that Paul Wice of my high school graduating class was the news director.
I can't say that I was surprised at its demise My concern for Kaufmann's began the first time I visited the store after it came under new management.
Toys and games were piled high beyond the reach of even adult hands. Every cubic inch of space was filled with a variety of everything.
A woman might sit knitting an maure, occasionally looking down on the stop-and-go car and people traffic at one of Kearney's busiest intersections. Even though I went to Kaufrnann's on other pretexts, most of the time my true destination was the lunch counter. Finishing the descent, I would land on the main floor, the true heart of Kaufrnann's. But where there's an auction, there's hope for a new owner and a new store. I knew something was wrong on my last visit when a whole row of parking places was available right in front of Kaufmann's.
Racks of paperback books almost completely blocked it from view.
The menu featured a very reasonably priced plate lunch special, the 'famous Hobo' and the Nebraska Bragburger. A photo booth completed the camouflage- I would wend my way among the books and find a round, puffy stool to sit on.
Oftentimes my mission at Kaufmann's was to buy party favors. There were classics sprinkled among the westerns, romances, bestsellers, new bestsellers, cookbooks, child-rearing books, and other how-to books. No doubt it is as difficult to stop an elevator at the right moment as it is to serve yourself precisely ten dollars worth of gas.
A couple of friendly clerks were always sure to ask me if I needed any help. It provided a bird's eye view of Kfarney Avenue.
Kaufmann's was not one of those stores where you had to search for obscure basement stairs. The layout of the snack bar was ordinary enough. Faint smells barely noticeable on the other floors became stronger on this floor. Even though she has lived elsewhere for most of her adult life, she still considers Kearney home in a sense. Look for a decent guy.
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