Stoner’s Save-Way Superette
Save-Way Superette was a grocery store located at 223 N 15th Street. It was operated by Leo Materi until 1982.
The building sat empty until Bob Stoner re-opened the store as Stoner’s Save-Way in 1990. Stoner was previously manager of Warehouse Market, of which Nash-Finch shuttered after opening Econofoods in 1989. The former Warehouse Market is now occupied by Conlin’s Furniture. Nash Finch terminated Stoner for violating a company policy regarding the acceptance of donations and prizes from vendors.
Jerry Marquart acquired the grocery in 1998. The store closed not long after.