Remember When Haegele's sold ice-cream? Remember when we roasted your Thanksgiving turkey for you? Remember when Erdrick Street had 2-way traffic, and you could buy something for 25 cents? We opened our doors July 7th, 1930 and we're celebrating 84 years in business this entire month. Everyday we have an Anniversary Special, a tasty treat for 25 cents. Our world has seen a lot of change over the past eight decades, but at Haegele's we strive to remain the same! Same front door, same family in business, same maple benches, brick oven, and quality handmade baked goods for 84 years. Stop in and share a memory with us. We have albums and a movie on display. Mrs. Haegele still gives out a cookie to children. She's not the Mrs. Haegele of yesteryear, the one with the braids; but rather 3rd generation, "cookie lady #3". Perhaps you remember the original Mrs. Haegele, the braids or the cookie. Perhaps you remember our ice-cream or picking up your turkey or Thanksgiving pies. Come share with us your memories, as that is what our 84 years in business have been all about...YOU our customers, our friends who are still walking through our 1930 front door. And Yes, you can still buy something for 25 cents these days!
Posted July 2014