Lucy Winslow’s beginnings were as humble as she was. With six boys already in the Winslow clan she was the only girl and a dream come true for her father who affectionately nicknamed her his "#7". Lucy was one of those tough but loving folks -- beautiful to the core -- and fiercely loyal to her family and town.
During her lifetime, Lucy went from southern Wisconsin farm girl to war hero to starlet and then entrepreneur in a tale wrought with adventure, romance and chance encounters.
Part of her life story was becoming one of the most popular pin-up girls of her era. In fact, you can see her 1949 advertisement on the wall in the restaurant. The flag she’s wearing in the pin-up shot commemorates her heroic service in the USO and as a nurse in WWII. The flag she wore is hanging in the restaurant. In the end, Lucy cared about others and that quality is what Lucy’s #7 Burger Bar is all about.