Bud & Jo Sheely's Pancake Parade, Rancho Cordova, CA 1960s
This has to be one of the most cheerful pieces of vintage menu cover art ever, advertising Bud and Jo Sheely’s diner where pancakes were so delicious they marched straight out of the kitchen. In the pancake parade the drummer is a sausage, there are marching knives and forks and even the maple syrup jug and a plate of eggs is getting in on the act. Hollis "Bud" Sheely was a retired baseball player and he and his wife Jo owned three Pancake Parade restaurants in the Sacramento area.
Courtesy Private Collection.
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