Beehive girls from North Ogden in 1968. Sister Mathie, Tina Holbrook, Doralee Cox, Colynn Campbell, Luann Thomas, Sandra Mathie, Darlene Creamer ... See MoreSee Less

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Beehive girls from North Ogden in 1968.  Sister Mathie, Tina Holbrook, Doralee Cox, Colynn Campbell, Luann Thomas, Sandra Mathie, Darlene Creamer

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Oh my goodness! Sister Mathie, Tina Holbrook, Doralee Cox, Colin Campbell, Luann Thomas, Sandra Mathie, Darlene Creamer. What I'd like to know is how they got Luann to wear the uniform!?

Timeline doesn’t jive? In 1963 LuAnn would only have been 9 yrs? It is a good picture of everyone however!

How fun would it be to recreate this picture with them! One of those then and now ones. Very cute picture.

The ?? Is Colynn champ bell

I still have mine I started when we joined the church.

WOW!! I went to school with all these girls!!!

That's my grandmother (Sister Mathie) and my aunt Sandra Mathie Hadley 🙂

Wow, I even recognize most of these from school!

This is so fun!

So fun!!

Mom was one.

That is so fun!

Sandra Mathie Hadley are you in this picture?

Geniel Mathie Crandall, Diane Mathie Tucker

Becky Welch Judkins Troy Judkins

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.
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An old photo of Rocky Point shows a freight train passing through, and a newer version from the same area. The tracks are still there, but Rocky Point is gone. ... See MoreSee Less

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An old photo of Rocky Point shows a freight train passing through, and a newer version from the same area.  The tracks are still there, but Rocky Point is gone.

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What does the 8444 mean? Is that the train?

I just found out from someone who was there for this passenger excursion that the top photo was taken on the 1989 Union Pacific steam trip. The diesel locomotive behind the steam locomotive was the first "comfort cab" locomotive that the railroad owned ("comfort cab" means that the nose of the locomotive is as wide as the cab itself with no walkways on either side).

That hill will be gone before long the way they keep hauling material away. Progress I suppose...,,,

Isn’t Marriott the one who has the elk caged up just north of there? That is just WRONG to allow any person to do that!

Wow, I remember......Rocky Point burnt down then sat there abandoned for many years......

Oh boy! UP 8444 in the greyhound paint scheme!

I really miss seeing Rocky Point !! I remember when I was young it was a restaurant and then it was turned into a haunted house later on after the fire. I actually went to the haunted house once and waited in a long line for hours just to get in ... good memories!!

Now Staker Parson has it all tore up

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An early 1920s view of 400 E. near 2600 N. looking south in North Ogden shows a muddy winter road, a horse tied up on the left at Banner Ice Cream store (now 7-11), and a sign on the right advertising gasoline, oil, Packards, and Oldsmobiles. ... See MoreSee Less

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An early 1920s view of 400 E. near 2600 N. looking south in North Ogden shows a muddy winter road, a horse tied up on the left at Banner Ice Cream store (now 7-11), and a sign on the right advertising gasoline, oil, Packards, and Oldsmobiles.

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Are those light poles or telephone poles??? Just wondering.

Randy, did you ever get any Banner ice cream? Also, didnt you say once that north ogden would burn christmas trees after Christmas in that spot?

Amazing how time changes things! Love to see these pictures. Thank you.

I love seeing these old, pictures from North Ogden thanks for posting!

100 yrs ago a lot has changed.

Wow Cool. Thanks for sharing

Justin Thornock

Janiel Prisbrey

Karen Barker-Koncar

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Beverly Jones won North Ogden's "cherry pie making" contest in 1954. She was invited to travel to the White House and serve her pie to Pat Nixon. The photo at the left: Carol Parker, Beverly Jones, and Claudia Ellis, 1954. ... See MoreSee Less

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Beverly Jones won North Ogdens cherry pie making contest in 1954.  She was invited to travel to the White House and serve her pie to Pat Nixon.  The photo at the left: Carol Parker, Beverly Jones, and Claudia Ellis, 1954.

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Young woman on the left looks like it could have been Carol Parker.

This is Pat Nixon, though.

Thank you for the update.

The good old days back when North Ogden City still had cherry trees.

Went to school with Carol and Claudia.

1954, a very good year.... Happy birthday to me...

And wow can she cook!!!

Awww.. I miss you aunt Carol....

Wow!

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.
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In 1924, Bertha Barker and Florence Manning from North Ogden are playing with bear cubs and Nephi Manning is standing way too close to "Handkerchief Pool" at Yellowstone National Park. ... See MoreSee Less

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In 1924, Bertha Barker and Florence Manning from North Ogden are playing with bear cubs and Nephi Manning is standing way too close to Handkerchief Pool at Yellowstone National Park.

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A tougher trek back then. Love the adventure outfits.

Is that Peggy Barker great grandmother?

Behavior such as this would get you expelled from the park today 🙂

Davy Manning, related??

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