That Mall is sick and that Store is dead!

January 27, 2009

Staunton Mall Directory, 1989

Filed under: belk,deadmalls.com,J.C. Penney,Staunton,Staunton Mall — Anita @ 4:22 pm

(I too cheap to just make a photocopy, so I’m typing it here @ the library)

(the original Staunton Mall post)

The F Stop
Lane Bryant
Hershey’s Jewerlers
Only One Dollar novelities
Burton’s Mens Store
Peoples Drug STore
Staunton Mall Offices
Waldenbooks
Piece Goods Shop Fabrics
JC Penney
K&K Toys
Payless Shoe Source
Woolworth
Fashion Bug
Staunton Mall Movie Theater
Boy’d Hardressers
Fun Time Arcade
Montomery Ward
Big Dipper Ice Cream
Athletic Annex
Matthews Hallmark
Ney’s Alfred Clothing Store
Sidneys
Legget
The Record Corner
Holliday Shoe Store
Kinney Shoe Store
Travel with Joy Travel
Family Barber & Beauty Shop
Radio Shack
Hofheimers Shoes
Sears Surplus Store
The Diamond Corner
Country Cookin
Glassner Jewelers
Lemons Jewerly
Merle Norman Studio
The Cinnamon Bear Bakery
The Mark-it
Altlas Tuxedo
Centerpoint Books
Hip Pocket
Bartley Richard Optical
Hayden Msic of Staunton
The Pearced Ear (yup, spelled that way)

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3 Comments »

  1. wow i remember a lot of those when i went to school up there, waldens and legget/belk wards & the record corner but the other bookstore i don’t quite remember was it there in ’91

    Comment by kris-alyx devereux — January 28, 2009 @ 3:38 pm | Reply

  2. a couple of these i actually remember like hip pocket strangely enough i think they used to have locations at regency & cloverleif & up against the wall did they have any other locations aside from regency and of course brtiches hell that chain they tried to kill a few times but everytime it came back during it’s last incarnation i’d bought a pair of green shorts,oh and as far as i know country cookin still open but i could be wrong about that.

    Comment by kris devereux — February 8, 2009 @ 6:59 am | Reply

  3. This is crazy…I can’t believe you found a directory of the store from 1990! I was 6 years old then, and I completely forgot some of these places even existed. Thanks for sharing!

    Comment by Aric — February 22, 2010 @ 4:41 pm | Reply


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