Photobombed by a chicken! This is the Hyrum and Ada Windley Jensen family around 1935 at about 1500 N. 400 E. ... See MoreSee Less

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Larry JensenThose are the children of Hyrum and Ada Windley Jensen. The picture was taken around 1500 North Washington Blvd. probably in 1935

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Susan Deamer HolbrookThis is funny. Cute chicken. I bet the kids loved it.

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Larry McKainGreat pic' looks to be taken about this time of year or a bit later

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Elaine ShomerPerfect backdrop of Ben Lomond peak behind family

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.

The Chick Chick Inn was a notorious North Ogden business that began in 1936, in the back of Wayne Barker's Service. They had a dance floor with a live orchestra, draft beer, punch-boards, and slot machines.
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Art BallifPlayed tunes there a LONG time ago.

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Norma KleinWhen did it close?

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Stephanie Lundell NorthBeer and slots in North Ogden! Even the 2017 residents would find that scandalous! 😂😂

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Merrill GreenwellIt was downstairs. The boxing ring was in the back of the building.

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Valerie FergusonWow I had no idea. How torrid. Great someone has the history to share.

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Rob WardleMy mom worked there as a waitress.

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Curt FullerAnd probably a pretty good chicken dinner!

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Denise StembridgeNot very good at spelling. Dinning???

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Michael McCormick, Nate Warren, and Vern Taylor are taking a break from mining in the early 1900s. Don't forget about the mining presentation on Thursday, May 11 from 6 to 8 pm. at the North Ogden City office! ... See MoreSee Less

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Denise StembridgeMarisa Karla Janice. Don't forget to go to this!

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Save the date for an excellent mining presentation: May 11, 2017 from 6 to 8 pm at the North Ogden Municipal Building. Mike and Steve Holmes have explored many mines across the Ben Lomond and Willard mountains, and have photos and information to share. Free! ... See MoreSee Less

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Denise StembridgeMarisa Janice Karla you should go to this

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North Ogden Historical Museum added 2 new photos.

Florence and LeRoy Snooks became the parents of twin daughters, Nancy and Norene in 1919. Norene lived only a few hours and Nancy later died and was buried on her first birthday. The gravesite is pictured in 1919, and in 2016 at North Ogden's Ben Lomond Cemetery.
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Holly Williams ChristensenSo this would be Alice Wyatt's twin sisters?

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Susan Deamer HolbrookI love seeing what the cemetery looked like in the olden days. We have a lot of old pictures at the museum. You are invited to come and see them.

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Elaine ShomerYes I believe so. Alice and I were just looking at pictures of Nancy this afternoon.

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Shanna CampbellWow! The cemetery looks so different.

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