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The old LCBOBack in the '60s, to buy a bottle of booze, you went to the counter, found the number of your choice, wrote it on a slip with your signature and took it to the counter. Staff retrieved your bottle from the bins.2 comments
Dryden LCBO 1973
Queen Street, Dryden 1960Close up of liquor store. Sign says Liquor Control Board.
Picture taken September 1960.
M & F Hardware Store 1977The building on the right was the Liquor Store in the 1960s.
The building on the left was Canadian Tire. Notice the flag.
Queen Street, Dryden 1960Sign on the square building to left of center, under the street lamp, says Liquor Control Board. When entering, you didn't see rows of bottles like today. To purchase you went to a table beneath a price list. Fill out a slip with the number(s), sign your name and take to the counter. The staff would go into the back and bring out the requested bottles in a paper bag. You were expected to proceed directly home. Drinking outside your house, even on your lawn was illegal.1 comments
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