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Thread: Southside OKC Memories....anyone?

  1. #3376

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    I won't be at the Coit's meeting Saturday..... have fun... and behave all you Generals and Redskins!!! Hahahaha!!!

    ~~~

  2. #3377
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    I'm gong to be out of town.

  3. #3378

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    Anyone recall Hotzi hot dogs that used to be on south may around sw27 or 28th?

  4. #3379
    Prunepicker Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Achilleslastand View Post
    Anyone recall Hotzi hot dogs that used to be on south may around
    sw27 or 28th?
    It was Hotsy Hotdogs. I knew the people that owned it. Judy was the
    wife but I can't remember the husbands name.

  5. #3380

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prunepicker View Post
    I forgot, howdy Gen78. Did you see Gen64 when you fell off the face of the earth?
    Yeah we were walking down the same trail.

  6. #3381

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    Quote Originally Posted by grantgeneral78 View Post
    Yeah we were walking down the same trail.
    Were you also attacked by a dead moose?

  7. #3382

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    Ok who told on me?


    Quote Originally Posted by FRISKY View Post
    Were you also attacked by a dead moose?

  8. #3383

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    Im new to site I graduated from Grant IN 79..My 1st job was at 14 flags drive inn,does anybody have pic of drive inn..places I worked Griders, Catfish cabin and Alberstson ...Anyone go to southside skate. I was there every Sat morning and big slide accroos the street..

  9. #3384

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    Marie's Steakburger Hut...My Aunt Marie McGehee owned and operated this hamburger stand and I worked for her there in 1972 to 1974. It was located on the east side of Western on SW 58th street.

  10. #3385
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    Quote Originally Posted by strosper View Post
    Marie's Steakburger Hut...My Aunt Marie McGehee owned and
    operated this hamburger stand and I worked for her there in 1972 to
    1974. It was located on the east side of Western on SW 58th street.
    Was it also called the Burger Hut? I remember a drive-in and a friend
    at the time, Mike(?) Mc if I remember correctly, worked there about
    that time. They'd come out to your car to take the order.

  11. #3386

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    Quote Originally Posted by strosper View Post
    Marie's Steakburger Hut...My Aunt Marie McGehee owned and operated this hamburger stand and I worked for her there in 1972 to 1974. It was located on the east side of Western on SW 58th street.
    Didn't your Aunt own the Western Dip before the Hut??????

  12. #3387

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    Quote Originally Posted by strosper View Post
    Marie's Steakburger Hut...My Aunt Marie McGehee owned and operated this hamburger stand and I worked for her there in 1972 to 1974. It was located on the east side of Western on SW 58th street.
    You must be kin to Mike McGehee, class of '62 or thereabouts, eh?

  13. #3388

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    Quote Originally Posted by strosper View Post
    Marie's Steakburger Hut...My Aunt Marie McGehee owned and operated this hamburger stand and I worked for her there in 1972 to 1974. It was located on the east side of Western on SW 58th street.
    Mr. Strosper, where did you go!!! I had a bunch of questions for ya'! Have you disappeared?

  14. #3389

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    You know you grew up on the South side if:
    a) you ever ate at Losy tacos (LMAO)
    b) you swam at Elmwood's triple dive board pool
    c) you cruised 59th street and threw eggs at other cars from either SE or Grant
    d) you sat in the smoked filled theater called Park Terrace
    e) you ate at Kip's Big Boy on 59th, and Western and loved those 1000 island burgers
    f) you road your bike to TG&Y on 74th and penn and got to go over the bridge on top of the highway on your bike.
    g) you shopped at Woolworth on 74th and Shields
    h) your parents shopped at Buchanan's and also had a check cashing card there
    i) Crystal's pizza was the "happening" place after football games etc
    j) the only McDonald's was at 59th and penn
    k) more than once you almost drove off with the speaker from the drive-ins on S western, down in moore, or out by the airport.
    l) Baskin Robbins was the only ice-cream in town, and mine was at 59th and Western with 31 flavors.
    j) you ate at Burger King on 57th and Western (home of the whopper)
    k) you walked to school, even if it was 2 miles away and a blizzard outside (south side kids were tough and mom had things to do)
    l) you picked up KOMA on your phone line and had a pencil by your phone so you could "speed dial" them on contests.
    m) you hung out at the wreck center and learned to dance with the opposite sex, play pool, and having kissing contests.

  15. #3390

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    That restaurant at 59th and Agnew was called Underwoods. We went there for dinner one time and my mom forgot her purse. When we called they said they found it. My dad said he would never eat there again because someone stole the money out of mom's purse and my dad labeled them all thief's. ..lol

  16. #3391

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    Are you the person that has the old race programs? Do you remember a driver named Bob Smith?

  17. #3392

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    Quote Originally Posted by B_Positive View Post
    That restaurant at 59th and Agnew was called Underwoods. We went there for dinner one time and my mom forgot her purse. When we called they said they found it. My dad said he would never eat there again because someone stole the money out of mom's purse and my dad labeled them all thief's. ..lol
    Are you sure you dont mean "ACROSS THE STREET RESTAURANT?"

  18. #3393

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    Underwoods was on 59th just east of Penn.

  19. #3394

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    Quote Originally Posted by B_Positive View Post
    That restaurant at 59th and Agnew was called Underwoods. We went there for dinner one time and my mom forgot her purse. When we called they said they found it. My dad said he would never eat there again because someone stole the money out of mom's purse and my dad labeled them all thief's. ..lol
    Ironically, I once knew a guy who knew a guy who was in a federal prison with the founder of Underwood's . . .

  20. #3395

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    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalModerate View Post
    Ironically, I once knew a guy who knew a guy who was in a federal prison with the founder of Underwood's . . .
    Isn't it ironic, dont'cha think?

  21. #3396

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    I dunno . . . On second thought, it may be more coincidental than ironic.
    In any case, the friend of the guy I knew said that the Underwood's dude was a very interesting person who taught him several savvy things about business. Apparenly he left off the parts about how not to get caught or make exceptional barbeque.

  22. #3397

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    As far as I know, it was never called "Burger Hut"

  23. #3398

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    This is strosper...you can ask away about "Marie's Steakburger Hut"

  24. #3399

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    Not kin to Mike McGehee...My dad was Kenneth Mcgehee but he graduated from Capital Hill in the 50's

  25. #3400

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    Quote Originally Posted by papaOU View Post
    Did he not do time for insurance fraud at least 40 years ago? I was told that is how & why the N.E. 23rd business burned. I remember it and the south robinson locations the most. First time having pizza was on Robinson.
    I also ate my first Pizza at the Sussy restaurant on south robinson location. Do you remember Rick's Italian restaurant on south walker? They sure had good pizza & spaghetti. I grew up in the 50s. Those were such fun years. Crain's drive in next to Southeast high school, Wimpy's drive in across the street from Crain's Drive inn, then they chained the name to Spartan's.

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