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a waiter at a drive-in restaurant

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In August this year CarHop Auto Sales and Financing launched a Sweepstakes to offer three vehicles to three grand prize winners, one in Colorado, one in Iowa and one in Minnesota it was revealed on Friday.
a manufacturer of ice cream specialties, expanded operations, opening the Nectarland Ice Cream stand on Thompson Road in 1961, adding a restaurant, the carhop and a miniature golf course, though not necessarily in that order.
It was cold and this carhop didn't have on a very big jacket, and I thought to myself, 'I think I got it bad.
While employed in these highly classified but low-paying physical science aide/tech/researcher jobs, Herman had to moonlight at a variety of menial jobs to support his family, ranging from restaurant carhop and drugstore clerk, to children's tutor and insurance debit man.
While working as a carhop near CBS, Dean also met Rogers Brackett, a broadcasting executive.
Beginning in the mid-1960s, however, most drive-ins abandoned carhop service, expanded restaurant interiors, and added tables, mainly to court the family market.
a dancer, acrobat, comic, truck driver's helper, diving champion, bellhop, camp swim instructor, football and track competitor, carhop, lifeguard, water-show star, war hero, producer, world traveler, nightclub manager, civic center director, salesman, Santa Claus, elected official, fund-raiser, newspaper columnist, janitor, truck driver and Hall of Famer?
Props were conveniently delivered to characters by a roller-skating carhop who tempted all of the single men onstage with her sassy, bubble-blowing ways.
Miller's Drive-In, If you've never experienced carhop service, stop here to savor the juicy cheeseburgers and thick malts.
They are everything he has censored or pushed under: the street they found his mother on; the bar where she was seen dancing with her date, a "swarthy man"; the drive-in where they had eaten earlier, whose carhop observed that Jean's clothes were disheveled and the man seemed distracted.
Borkowski, who's been called "a paralegal carhop," jokes there's only one flaw to the concept "honk for service"--his business is located next to a pizza place.
An employee on roller skates dressed as a drive-in carhop.
We will continue to refine our strategies, particularly our promotional and creative strategies, to strengthen awareness of our differentiated high-quality products and unique carhop service across all dayparts, which we believe will drive more consistent and sustained same-store sales growth going forward.
During school days she worked as a carhop at the Frost Tap drive-in and in the concession stand at the Varsity Theater.