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Webers Cafeteria/Restaurant closed its doors

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In the 1930s the establishment on North Broad Street began as a bakery before turning into Ogle's Cafeteria. In 1973 Frank Weber bought out his partner and changed the name to Weber's Cafeteria.

Around 20 years later Dennis Weber and his sister, Sandra Moszkowicz, took over the family business from their father.

At its height, Dennis Weber said, the cafeteria flourished as patrons filled the 190-seat establishment to eat home-cooked meals featuring roast beef, turkey and fresh rolls.