Perhaps a few will still remember Con Henneberger, tall and lanky, standing behind the counter of his family grocery store at 700 Grand Ave., waiting on customers or preparing individual cuts for inclusion in the meat case.

He and his wife, Julia, fulfilled the role of neighborhood grocers for more than a decade; from the onset of World War II until their retirement circa 1955.

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