This is the oldest photo of the diner found by William Buhmaster on ebay.
The first name of this dining car was Chippewa Dining Car.
Notice the Grain Belt Beer Sign.
Frank Goering's Standard Station
with the Jacob and Hortulana home in the background.
This photo shows Frank Goering at the Standard Station
with the diner in the background.
This photo was taken from on top of the grain elevator. It shows the entire layout of Chippewa Church, the Goering family home, the Standard Station and the Heals Chippewa Dining Car.
This photo was taken on the end of the railroad observation car. The only two people here that can be positively identified are Hortulana and Christella Goering. Mrs. Carrie called me(Christella) "Sweetie Pie" and gave me ice cream every time that I came to visit.
Annette Evju posing by the Diner billboard. Her father was one of the operators.
Melvin and Mary Debilzan were famous for their turtle dinners.
Melvin DeBilzan with son Dick and a deer.