We had one of those "little woman" markets across from St. Ignatius back when the school was still on Stanyan Street, except ours was run by a pair of "little women" who did yeoman work handling the flood of SI students who headed there several times a day.
I even took photos of "The Store" (as we simply called it), its offerings, and the two wonderful women who ran it. I've posted the photos on-line:
These were taken for an issue of the school paper in 1969, and were originally part of a photo essay on the soon-to-be-closed school called "Farewell to Stanyan Street." I especially love the warning sign behind the counter stating: "Father Hyde assures us anyone carrying soda bottles away from the front of the store will be immediatly suspended."
Imagine having THAT criminal notation on your permanent record!