Original Old Mill Tasty Shop owners Erna and Otto Woermke, behind the soda fountain, and a few employees in the 1940s.
Original Old Mill Tasty Shop owners Erna and Otto Woermke, behind the soda fountain, and a few employees in the 1940s. Courtesy of Old Mill Tasty Shop Courtesy of Old Mill Tasty Shop
Original Old Mill Tasty Shop owners Erna and Otto Woermke, behind the soda fountain, and a few employees in the 1940s. Courtesy of Old Mill Tasty Shop Courtesy of Old Mill Tasty Shop
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    Wichita Eagle food writer Denise Neil set up a booth at this year's Old Town Chili Cookoff and quickly realized that it was a lot more work than she bargained for. (Travis Heying and Jaime Green/The Wichita Eagle)