I didn't get a good shot of it, but along this wall there were sections of tan tiling broken up with black stripes every few feet, similar to how the flooring is broken up with stripes of faux brick in those Kroger photos. http://www.flickr.com/photos/67661849@N ... otostream/
That, along with the color-coded flooring are what made me think of Kroger... Maybe this was a "B" tier superstore with less expensive flooring? Also, I couldn't photograph it because of the number of people coming in and out but this store did have an entrance lobby that is still intact. The dividing wall was put up on the interior of the old supermarket, and the former entrance doors lead to the Goodwill and the former exit doors lead to the Drug Mart. And it wasn't a very deep store, but it was very long!http://www.flickr.com/photos/67661849@N00/4195270747/
This is half of the exterior, the Goodwill half is a mirror image. That peaked part is over the entrance/exit doors. Those windows look original, but I'm pretty sure that metal roof and stucco are a product of the 80's. Also that shake roof awning thing appeared to have once gone across a good chunk of the back wall, but when you get closer to the dividing wall there's an abrupt ending to it and the end is kind of "filled in" with blue painted plywood. Obviously Kroger would have finished it off a little more professionally.