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Oklahoma Ice Cream

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Kaisers Ice Cream Parlor
Oklahoma City, OK
Kaisers Ice Cream Parlor was established in 1910. The company moved to this location in 1918. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Kaisers Ice Cream Parlor closed in 1990. In 1994, it reopened as the Grateful Bean Cafe. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Dairy Boy [gone]
Jet, OK
Dairy Boy [gone]
Lexington, OK
Dairy Boy
Okemah, OK
Dairy Boy was an Oklahoma chain which was established in 1957. The first location was in Oklahoma City. Franchising began almost immediately. By 1962, there were 165 locations. Most of them were built in small towns to avoid competition with Dairy Queen. The original buildings were produced by Valentine.

The sign in Jet was all that remained of that location. This photo is from 2011. I'm pretty sure that this sign is gone now.

I believe the "running boy" sign at the Lexington location was the only one left. These photos are from 2011. This location closed in 2013. The building was demolished and the sign gone by 2016. The sign is now at the Okemah location.

This Okemah location is still operating. The sign came from the Lexington location when it closed. It was repainted before being installed here. [map]

I believe the location in Minco, OK is the only other one still operating. There were locations in Bartlesville, OK, Weatherford, OK, and El Reno, OK which are gone now. For more, see this website.

More Oklahoma Ice Cream Stands:
Jimmy J's Dairy Freeze (Ardmore)
Pistol Pat's Dairy Snack (Disney) [map]
Dairy Hut (Yale)

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