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Pinky's opened in North Ogden in 1963, and changed to Kirt's Drive Inn in 1973. The owners of Kirt's carried on the Pinky's tradition of adding a small plastic animal on top of each ice cream treat. ... See MoreSee Less

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If I remember right it was Kirk's before it was renamed Kirts

The picture of the little boy with the straw hat is my great grandpa!! Grandpa Shupe!!

It was a Warrens too - - I worked there one summer.

What about SodBuster Turf Farm .. opened in 1973 and still going strong just like Kurt’s. Two of the oldest business in No Ogden

The owners are Connie & Jeff Stowe. They have a generator so when the power goes off in north Ogden everyone in the knows goes to Kirts 😄

I LOVED those little animals on the ice cream ❤️

Jeff and I attended Ben Lomond High school at the same time... He was and always has been a nice guy... I love the Kirts chocolate, straberry, banana milk shake ... hahahaha.... it's so good... His cousin Neal was in our senior class as well... Long time ago wasn't it Jeff... Thanks for sharing this Glade !!!

My mom started working there about when it opened. I remember picking her up after work with my dad and her bringing out an ice cream with a little plastic animal on top. About my first memory!

Such great memories from the beginning to now, Jeff and His wife the current owners are such nice folks

Pinky's was my first real job in the late 60s...loved that place

It's the small things that make a tradition. Good marketing.

Boy does that bring back memories of my Teenage stomping grounds

Yes your right. Pinky’s, kirks, then kirts. Enjoy eating there still today

My brother worked at Pinky’s for a while. Once in a while at the end of the night he would bring home burgers for us. I thought that was the coolest thing and that they were delicious

We used to always go to pinkies to get a ice cream cone with a little animal on top. My husband Tom said his family would come across town to get an ice cream cone there it was quite the adventure to get there

Brings back a lot of good memories...I worked here as a teen.

Best root beer soft ice cream and fish burger around

When our family passes through town, we still try to get something at Kirt's! Great memories.

Yep, Pinky Burgers, 10 cents a burger. Wonder where the old gang is now?.

Do they still do the plastic animals 🦒

We went there many times over the years love this place

My favorite summer treat place and just a quick walk.

I have fond memories of that place.

Loves Kirts. My fav is the footlong hotdog.

Janae was a car hop there

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Before Monroe Blvd comes in and the old Campbell packing shed comes down, the descendants of Harold S. and Bea Campbell met at the Campbell Homestead for a photo of as many descendants as possible. This home was built by Scott Winfield and Lucinda Strong Campbell. This picture is of the current family gathered at 2600 N. Packing shed was build around 1915. North Ogden City has said they'll move the packing shed to Barker Park as a historic building. ... See MoreSee Less

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Where is Barker park? I remember the Barker brothers gas station by the post office, is that all gone now? What about the well?

So is Monroe going to cross 2600?

The West Jordan Historical Museum was able to save the last barn in West Jordan, the Steadman Barn moved to museum site in 2007. He is the photo before the move.

My mother Muriel Chandler Keep was born and raised in N. OGDEN. SHE ALWAYS PROMOUNCED this family name as Camp Bell.

Such an amazing place, so sad to see it go..

Very cool, I am glad they are going to move it.

A lot of good people in that picture.

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Hang onto your hats, winter is coming! Henry Charles and Amelia (Ford) Hall are pictured in North Ogden around 1920 near their home at 825 E. 2750 N. Henry C. was an industrious fruit grower, responsible for developing two springs in the canyon. He also helped to build the N.O. Pass road using a horse and buggy. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hang onto your hats, winter is coming!  Henry Charles and Amelia (Ford) Hall are pictured in North Ogden around 1920 near their home at 825 E. 2750 N.  Henry C. was an industrious fruit grower, responsible for developing two springs in the canyon. He also helped to build the N.O. Pass road using a horse and buggy.

 

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Great picture. I’ve Never seen this one. Thank you.

Love it! Thank you for sharing! It's amazing to see the North Ogden bench so fresh and uninhabited, and no road cut as of yet along the mountain side! What a treasure of a photo.

Love all the fun lol tidbits of history

Sandy Mikkelsen is this close to our house??

Thanks for sharing.

I am sure he worked with my grandfather to create North Ogden Fruit Coop.

My Grandfather was William George Hall of North Ogden.

I love this page

Awesome picture!

Thank you for posting this wonderful picture of my grandparents.

Rebekah Robinson Dan Robinson

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The original North Ogden LDS church was constructed in 1895, with additions added later. A groundbreaking was held in 1956 for a new chapel with Joseph Fielding Smith officiating. The church stands at 626 E. 2600 N. ... See MoreSee Less

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I was very young but remember going to that old church and have memories of the new one being built. My grandpa Orton was custodian at the old church and would let me help him.

Where was the first one? Was it at the same place?

Do you have any names of the individuals in the photos? Of course it looks like one of them is Joseph Fielding Smith.

I went to Sunday school class in the boiler room of the Old chapel when I was very young and grew up going to the New Chapel through most of my teen yrs. Also my family did the lath & plastering in the Building 1956-7. And the new Stake offices on the west side of the Chapel myself and my cousin plastered the ceilings in there around 1974.😊

Went to this church N Ogden 1st ward. 1960 when I was in 1st grade. My Uncle Allen Barth lived across the street. Remembering walking to primary from N Ogden Elementry. Remember Roberta Storey, Mavis Bastian, Veda Rudd, Sis Costley, Those were great times. Then the building was built on 3100N in 1965. First Bishop of the the 5th Ward was Lincoln Sorensen.

Yes this is our church ⛪ we love it!

They don't make them like that anymore. Lots of creative architecture went into this building.

So so many fond memories in First ward. Going to primary after school then, Sunday school, and priestood, mutual, was baptized there, many ward dinners, Cub scouts, Scouts, basketball games, can't forget those, 1 and a half hour Sacrement meetings, Christmas parties, so so many more great memories, and poignat ones of many family funerals, what a great church building, it's a special place to me. Especially blessed with so many great teachers and advisors and church leaders, what a great place and time to grow up, and as part of my adulthood, Thanks for posting , love picture from the air.

I went to meetings in the current building for a few different places I lived. My son was baptized there.

I know. I showed this to Dayton. So cool watching it.

I remember well, the old, before the new, where I was baptized, passed and blessed the sacrament. I cut the lawn in and around the old building as a youngster. Special memories.

Janet Kay Barker I remember Grandpa Barth helped build this Chapel.

This was my grandparents church.

I see Glen and Florence Hadley's home.

So interesting to see this

I worked with Allen Barth at UP&L co

This is so cool!! Thank you for sharing!

I like looking at the empty space.

I was baptized in the one that is there now in 1963.

I remember that old church!!!

Colleen Grandy Glass it’s our church?

Amanda Ward isn't this your building?

Robert Dan Petersen !

Paul Whaley, Jessie Charlene Hill

Margaret Schvaneveldt

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Quick! Hike to Ben Lomond Peak before the snow flies! In 1927 North Ogdenites Lucille (Bingham) Shaw, Wilford Shaw, and Margaret Shaw are on horseback near the peak. Harvey Chandler took the photograph. ... See MoreSee Less

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Quick! Hike to Ben Lomond Peak before the snow flies!  In 1927 North Ogdenites Lucille (Bingham) Shaw, Wilford Shaw, and Margaret Shaw are on horseback near the peak. Harvey Chandler took the photograph.

 

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I think that is actually Magaret Shaw on the far right. Della was older in 27.

That photo made my day. DELLA Shaw Chandler is my grandmother (grandfather took pic) I have never seen this before!

Lucille was my Grandma, Marjorie’s cousin, Bingham side. My 3rd cousin, twice removed, according to Family Tree.

I remember when my Mom took me for a hike up there. We were just going to go as far as where we could look over into North Ogden. When we got there, my mom said “Look how close we are. Let’s keep going.” I said “ Mom, it’s not close and we don’t have any water.” Needless to say, that was the first time I viewed the world from the summit of Ben Lomond. Amazing, but there’s no water up there. Thanks Mom for making me push on! 😅

Went up there many times on a hike from camp. Amazing

That’s my dad, Darwin’s, Aunt Lucille and Uncle Wilford. Gunilla Butcher

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