Bonnie Bierling Foster was just a teenager when she bought a Cushman scooter in the mid-'40s. She worked at the Horseshoe Café at the time, working the graveyard shift because she was too young to serve alcohol earlier in the evening.
Bonnie Bierling Foster was just a teenager when she bought a Cushman scooter in the mid-'40s. She worked at the Horseshoe Café at the time, working the graveyard shift because she was too young to serve alcohol earlier in the evening. PHOTO COURTESY BONNIE FOSTER
Bonnie Bierling Foster was just a teenager when she bought a Cushman scooter in the mid-'40s. She worked at the Horseshoe Café at the time, working the graveyard shift because she was too young to serve alcohol earlier in the evening. PHOTO COURTESY BONNIE FOSTER

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