Remembering when Sonic moved across the street

Webb City Area Genealogical Society

New location allowed Sonic to stay in business while construction was underway

Hard to remember now, but Sonic was on the east side of South Madison Street when it first came to Webb City.

Above is one of the prints we’ve copied from that has appeared in the Webb City Sentinel.

It appears Madison Animal Clinic and the Pronto (now a Casey’s) are in the background.

After the current Sonic was built on the west side of the street, the “old” Sonic was demolished.

For the latest information about the Webb City Area Genealogical Society, visit its Facebook page.

Everything you want to know about Jasper County Missouri Schools is available at a site compiled by Webb City Area Genealogical Society member Kathy Sidenstricker.

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