Jiffy Burgers had fried chicken for 97 cents long before we heard of Colonel Sanders.
Jiffy Burgers was down by 5 points near Woodside and El Camino - there is a Starbucks there now. Bet you can`t get a shrimp plate for 69 cents!
Sugar and Spice at the corner of El Camino and Edgewood Road was the spot for "cruising" and service by a real car hop!
For a serious meal there was Stickneys, across the street and slightly north of Jiffy Burgers.
And Blue Ribbon Ice Cream was just about a block from campus. Some of our classmates worked there. It is a pawn shop now. No more chocolate covered frozen bananas,
Remember those dances at the American Legion Hall? Talk about memories!
Our apple machine at the foot of the stairs has been taken away!
Did you belong to the "I Listen to Red in Bed" club, listening to Red Blanchard on KCBS while we were in 4th-7th grades? He was Zorch! "Ape Call, Doodly-abba!" Did you get one of those incredible transistor radios that could fit in a pocket or purse?
In junior high did you watch Mickey Mouse Club and the Adventures of Spin and Marty?
And were you among the first to watch American Bandstand? These were the hits in 1958
Young Ideas 1960 Cover created by our now deceased classmate Paul Bauer
Were you ever like this? Remember songs like "Cherry Pie" and the theme from the Man ith the Golden Arm?"
Kiddy Day 1960 - we weren`t kiddies any more!
The "new addition" we remember as the court house that has been demolished and replaced by a square with outdoor dining
Broadway looking toward Sequoia in the early 1930s
Mckinley with the clock tower, before earthquake remodeling