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Rest In Paradise, Mayor Brent Taylor. ... See MoreSee Less

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Rest In Paradise, Mayor Brent Taylor.

 

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This picture! ❤️ He was an amazing man. Our mayor, our friend, our hero 🇺🇸

R.I.P. Sir - You served your country with dignity and love. Thank you for your service and your sacrifice.

Thank you Mayor Taylor. You are an honorable man.

Thank you for your service.

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A North Ogden Community Band performance took place 10/24/2018. Check the comments for a 1912 photo of the North Ogden Band! ... See MoreSee Less

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A comparison photo from the 1912 North Ogden Band!

Please list the names of these band members!

Do you know who they are?

Yes uncle Will is bottom row first on the left. If you will come over to the museum we have all their names. Still trying to get you to come. Just call me.

So cool!!!

Love it!!

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

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

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!

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

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

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

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

Boy does that bring back memories of my Teenage stomping grounds

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

My favorite summer treat place and just a quick walk.

Loves Kirts. My fav is the footlong hotdog.

Matt Loretta kirts is one we’ll have to go to when I get home! 😍

Eggnog milkshake my favorite

Best root beer soft ice cream and fish burger around

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

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 😄

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

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

We went there many times over the years love this place

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

I LOVED those little animals on the ice cream ❤️

Janae was a car hop there

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 !!!

I loved those little pink elephants ❤️

I have fond memories of that place.

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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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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.

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

A lot of good people in that picture.

So is Monroe going to cross 2600?

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

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

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

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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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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

Awesome picture!

Thanks for sharing.

I love this page

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

Sandy Mikkelsen is this close to our house??

My Grandfather was William George Hall of North Ogden.

Thank you for posting this wonderful picture of my grandparents.

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

Rebekah Robinson Dan Robinson

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