Old-fashioned Tastee-Freez ice cream shops: Remember these treats?

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The old-fashioned Tastee-Freez ice cream shops

Tastee Freez offers drinks, sandwiches, ice cream quickly (1956)

From the Lubbock Evening Journal (Lubbock, Texas) May 7, 1956

Many Lubbockites have discovered “just the place” for refreshing sandwiches, cold drinks and ice cream on spring days and nights. It’s Tastee Freez…

At this drive-in stand, thirsty and hungry Lubbockites find malts, shakes, sundaes, sodas, floats, sandwiches, root beer, orange drinks, sherbet and ice cream. Open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, Tastee Freez is further enjoyable because of the extremely fast service it offers.

People in a hurry find Tastee Freez just the place to eat. The variety is wide — and good — at this cafe, too. For example, seven different kinds of big, delicious sandwiches are offered. French fries and a good, thick malt or shake top off the meal to excellence.

For persons planning a really fine picnic in the park, at the lake or in their own back yards, Tastee Freez is just the place to go.

The stand even provides quarts and pints of soft ice cream — and it sells Rochester Root Beer by the gallon.

Small fry, particularly, like the big cones which Tastee Freez offers in sizes from five cents to a quarter. The cones can be topped off, if the individual likes, with creamy chocolate.

Others enjoy the extra thick malts and shakes whipped out within seconds by this firm — and they like the price of only 25 cents which goes with this extra goodness.

Sundaes, sodas and ice cream floats are equally tasty and low-priced. The sundaes, moreover, come in a big variety to suit the wishes of each individual. Everybody in the car can get just what she or he wants when the stop is at Tastee Freez.

Mrs Bob Rainwater is the operator of Tastee Freez. During the past year, the goodness she packs into each sandwich, drink or ice cream cone has convinced scores of customers to come back again and again.


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