Shortly before the crusade, the teenager had been arrested for participating in a lunch-counter sit-in and jailed for five days.
This done, she went to the lunch-counter, climbed on a tall stool, and bought herself a cheap dinner.
They had breakfast at the lunch-counter; then they went out and looked at the Capitol.
A gray squirrel frisking by stopped at the lunch-counter and seized an 'Educator' cracker.
People gulped hastily, as at a lunch-counter when the train is waiting.
The lunch-counter was deserted, and the deputies of the Centre themselves were not absorbed in their personal correspondence.
The ease with which she assumed the role of a lunch-counter waitress astonished her.
What's this they were telling me down at the lunch-counter just now—about somebody taking a pot-shot at you last night?
He seemed most intent on establishing a friendly footing with a lunch-counter attendant.
"You better take him in a cup of hot coffee, Sinkers," suggested Andy to the lunch-counter boy.