Mary Lou Sulley, 11, and her brother Patrick, 7, pose with what appears to be a live turkey in a Thanksgiving Day feature photo published in the Casper Star-Tribune on Nov. 25, 1971. Mary Lou is holding with a Better Homes and Garden cookbook. The cutline said they were the children of "Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Sulley." (Photo by Chuck Morrison)
CASPER, Wyo. — Like most towns and cities in America, the Thanksgiving Day holiday has for decades meant gathering with family and friends for company and food.
While the prices and businesses have changed in Casper over the past century, the traditions for the most part have not.
We have to admit, however, that filling up with “all the tasty foods expected of the occasion” at the Cinderella Cafe for a cool 65 cents sounds pretty fantastic.
Enjoy a walk down nostalgia lane before or after your feast today.