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IN PARSONS KANSAS, IN THE SUMMER OF 1966, AFTER GRADUATING FROM PARSONS JUNIOR COLLEGE, JOHNNY LINDEN FIRST WORKED IN THE PIZZA BUSINESS, IN THE FIRST PIZZA RESTAURANT TO OPEN IN HIS HOME TOWN.
THAT FALL HE TRANSFERED TO KANSAS STATE COLLEGE IN PITTSBURG, KANSAS. WHILE GETTING A SCHOOL TEACHING DEGREE, HE WORKED FOR A YEAR AT THE PIZZA PALACE, A COLLEGE HANG OUT, ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE COLLEGE. HE LOVED WORKING IN THE PIZZA BUSINESS. HOWEVER, AFTER GRADUATION, HE MOVED TO SALINA, KANSAS TO TEACH SCHOOL, AND WENT TO WORK FOR PIZZA HUT. ONE JUNE NIGHT IN 1971, HE WAITED ON A TABLE, AND MET SANDY SOLDAN, WHO SOON BECAME SANDY LINDEN.
IN HIS 3rd YEAR OF TEACHING INDUSTRIAL ARTS WOODWORKING, METALS AND DRAFTING AT ST. JOHN'S MILITARY SCHOOL, HE TAUGHT SCHOOL IN THE MORNING, AND RAN THE PIZZA HUT ALL BY HIMSELF FOR LUNCH FROM 12 NOON UNTIL 5 PM.
WHEN PIZZA HUT BOUGHT NEW OVENS, HE BOUGHT THEIR OLD OVENS FOR $100 AND DECIDED TO OPEN HIS OWN PIZZA PARLOR. AFTER THREE YEARS OF SCHOOL TEACHING, HIS LOVE FOR THE PIZZA BUSINESS, WAS MUCH GREATER THAN HIS LOVE FOR TEACHING SCHOOL, SO HE PACKED UP HIS MOBLE HOME, MOTOR CYCLE TRAILER, WIFE SANDY, TWO CONVERTIBLES, PUT THE TOPS DOWN, AND HEADED FOR NEVADA, MISSOURI.
AT THE TIME, NEVADA WAS WITHOUT A PIZZA BUSINESS. SO AFTER 6 WEEKS OF REMODELING, DOING MOST OF THE CONSTRUCTION HIMSELF, HE OPENED J & S PIZZA PALACE ON THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SQUARE ON JULY 9th 1972. AFTER A COUPLE OF YEARS, HE WANTED TO OPEN A SECOND LOCATION IN HIS HOMETOWN. BUT PARSONS KANSAS WAS GOING THRU URBAN RENEWAL, AND HAD JUST ABOUT TORN DOWN EVERY VACANT BUILDING IN TOWN. SO THE IDEA CAME TO HIM TO MOVE TO HIS SECOND FAVORITE TOWN TO VISIT, MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA.
SO ON OCTOBER 14th 1974, AFTER 3 MONTHS OF CONSTRUCTION, MOSTLY BY HIMSELF, HE OPENED J & S PIZZA PALACE #2, 2 BLOCKS AWAY FROM HIS FAVORITE AUNT AND UNCLE, VIOLA & WALTER MEZGER, IN MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. YOU MIGHT KNOW THEIR DAUGHTER, CAROLYN LANE AND FAMILY SAM LANE, TAMMY AND KRISTIN.
ON AUGUST 1, 1976, HE OPENED UP J & S PIZZA PALACE # 3 IN TAHLEQUAH, OKLAHOMA.
IN 1979 THE NAME J & S PIZZA PALACE WAS CHANGED TO LINDENLOFT PIZZA, LIKE KENS PIZZA BECAME MAZZIOS PIZZA.
ON NOVEMBER 1, 2007, HE OPENED UP LINDENLOFT PIZZA #4 IN MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA.
#2 facebook comments 1-22-18 about how people loved Lindenloft Pizza
Linda Wiles: to What's Going On Muskogee OK!!
January 20-2018 at 12:50pm · Muskogee ·
Was Lindenloft Pizza in a small strip mall on York back in the 70's? If so, what was the name of the mall and was it on the corner of York and Chandler where Homeland is now?
Shayla Christensen: Are they still open in shadow wood? I’ve been dying for some of their pizza here lately
Tracy Gatwood: Dad sold it 6-1-14 to the individuals that own it now.
Christina Lewis: I remember my dad telling me how he used to skip school with his friends and go to "the mall and get lindenloft's" and many other stories of Muskogee from back in the day, late 70s early 80s. It's created this burning passion for history, especially local history. I wish I could travel back and see for myself how it used to be. After a jr. high football game it would be standing room only with 300 people cramed in there.
Marsha Trueblood Horn: Garlic bread was Creamy italian dressing on bread toasted in the oven
Pam Welch Ross: I'll never forget the train and those alpine sticks.
Derrick Abel: Train is on display somewhere......In Muskogee at Lindenloft.com
ex Cheatham Lindenloft was the hangout back in the day
Carol Coleman: Don't remember the name of Mall area but yes that was where they were. Best place ever
Renee' Moore: It was where Homeland on chandler is now.
Shayla Christensen: Are they still open in shadow wood? I’ve been dying for some of their pizza here lately
Derrick Abel Not the same recipe
Shayla Christensen: Damn
Jeanette Hunter Yes we are still
Open in Shadow Wood. We make the same alpine cheese bread, we bought the business from Johnny Linden 3 years ago. Our name is Three Rivers Pizzeria.
Shayla Christensen: My favorite was the alpine pizza because it didn’t have the red sauce that messed up my stomach
Beverly Redfearn Hiser My cousin and I used to go and play the sit down Ms. Pac Man game he had where you played against each other. It was great.
Derrick Abel: It's still around too. I have a new one now.
Donna Genn Johnston It was J&S pizza before it was Lindenloft
Kenneth Alexander: I think it was still owned by Johnny Linden and his then wife when it was J & S.
Derrick Abel: Johnny and Sandy
anie Doyle Cook Shadow wood mall I think. I worked there for a while. That was 30 some years ago though 😂
Marsha Trueblood Horn: I remember that Janie Doyle Cook i worked at Lindenloft David Adams Not at shadowwood then, at Chandler road mall
Marsha Trueblood Horn: we had some fun back then
Johnny Linden: Chandler Road Mall, the bowling alley in the 50's
Charlene Menees Points There was a clothing store in the mall too call Donna's I brought the dress that I got married in back in the early 70's.
Robin Renfro I worked there in the 70's. It was in Chandler street mall
Derrick Abel: www.parsons1964.com
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Johnny Linden: www.lindenloft.com www.4000songs.com there are over 7000 gorgeous classic songs that you never hear on the radio, that will put you in a fabulous mood and change your life.
Johnny Linden: You can see pictures of the 1980's Lindenloft with the train and the pretty blue & yellow Lindenloft decor in Shadowwood Mall from 2007 to 2014.
Johnny Linden: On page one at the top is a link to watch all this years NBA basketball games 24/7 online for free with no commercials.
Derrick Abel: There is a tab at top right of page for lindenloft's history.
Donnell Thomas: Bowling alley and it was J and S before laden lofts and yes it was a on the corner of york and. Chandler.
Chris Cummings Sr. I thought it was Lindenwood Mall.
Derrick Abel Nope
Steve Elsey We all hung out there . Had some good times there
Alicia Mike Rodriguez Cruz: yes Brian Ousley's gym was there. My brother in law Charlie bought Zepp's and ran it before everythimg was tore down to build Albertson's
Tammy Chapman Calhoun Lindenloft pizza opened back up a few years ago in the bottom of shadow wood mall. Had great bbq and alpine pizza. No train but now someone else owns it now.
Derrick Abel: It was the Chandler road mall. I was the last manager there and I closed it down and did cleanup in 1988. I opened Hollywood Pizzeria in the lower level of shadowood mall. Johnny Linden gave me quite a bit of the original equipment and related items. He also developed my dough and we had the original alpine, cooked the correct way. He bought it from me in 2007. He ran it under lindenloft's for a few years and then sold it to Hunter enterprises, the building owner.
Derrick Abel I have the original alpine..I wonder if anyone would wanna buy it?
Larry Cragg You could share the alpine!!! I would go there just to eat the alpine. It was heaven back in those days.
Derrick Abel What if I bottled it and sold it
Beverly Redfearn Hiser Didn't they have shredded lettuce for their salads? Best alpine dressing and their chef salads were awesome.
Derrick Abel Yes. Shredded
Linda Wiles Was it torn down during all the roadwork on York?
Linda Wiles Then Albertsons built on the site.
Derrick Abel 1974 1988 was the years open. Lindenlofts
Jon M Edwards ...and you made and served pizza to my wife and I the last night of business. We will never forget that time.
Diana Kennedy I loved their garlic bread. Would love to know how. It was made.
Derrick Abel I know how.
Megan Shea Creamy Italian dressing and mozzarella makes a good substitute for their bread. It was good stuff.
Bonnie Walker: Yes, they were in the building where Zeps was in the 90's.
Johnny Linden: When Lindenloft closed on 4-1-88, someone opened a bar for a while, then Zepps opened for a few years.
Johnny Linden Someone remembered the 1st bar was called Legends.
Larry Cragg Ok. Derrick you need to come across. Alpine and the garlic bread which was to die for. I’ll buy it. 😜👍
Derrick Abel I have everything to make it. And do every so often
Donna Genn Johnston alias Donna Wilson Lindenloft manager: You can buy Alpine dressing at Simple Simons Pizza in ft Gibson
Chris Liebig Lindenlofts, which eventually became Zepp’s Bar and Grill. Next to it was Ty’s Hamburgers. In the back was Strictly Fitness. Across the parking lot was PJ’s liquor. When Strictly Fitness moved, Silver Buckle Saloon went in back there. It was called Chandler Road Mall. During the later times to my recollection.
Janet Goodwin-Ellis: There was also a bar called Legends.
Amantha Smith: So if you make it often why do we never get any? Hmmm?
Derrick Abel We can go down to my old pizza place some night and have a company meeting and enjoy some real alpine pizza and garlic bread. My treat.
Samantha Smith Sweet!
Johnny Linden: You can get the same exact alpine pizza on the buffet all day at Pisano's Pizza.
Derrick Abel: I'd like to open up a carry out and delivery lindenloft's again. But last time I didn't have community support.
Samantha Smith; I think from the sound of it there would be a lot of support now.
Monica Reece: I was there... Slot actually... Awesome place to eat.
Larry Cragg: I’ll pay to eat there. If I can get the garlic bread like it use to be I’ll eat there everyday.
Derrick Abel: That's easy enough
Larry Cragg: Ok Derrick Abel. Let’s do this. I have money waiting to buy your food. 👍
Derrick Abel Need 25k to open.
Kenneth Alexander I think it was still owned by Johnny Linden and his then wife when it was J & S.
Derrick Abel: Johnny and Sandy
Donna Genn Johnston: It was J&S Pizza before it was Lindenloft
Donna Genn Johnston: Your right Kenneth Alexander when he married Evalyn he changed it to Lindenloft and put in the balcony or loft.
Rex Cheatham: Lindenlofts was the hangout back in the day
Steve Elsey: We all hung out there . Had some good times there
Johnny Linden The Swan Brothers from NBC'S "THE VOICE" from Muskogee OK. ate lots of Lindenloft Pizza delivered at 2 am in the 2000's.
J & S PIZZA PALACE OPENED IN NEVADA, MO. ON 7-9-72 TILL IT WAS SOLD TO THE LANDLORD IN 8-78.
Tahlequah J & S Pizza opened across from Walmart 8-1-75.
MUSKOGEE J & S FOR JOHNNY & SANDY WAS OPEN 10-14-74, added the loft in fall of 1979 and changed to Lindenloft. Closed 3-1-88.
Johnny Linden opened Lindenloft back up 11-1-2007 till 6-1-2014.
#4 DR. JULIE & DR. RODRIGO
#5 EDWARD LINDEN, LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER, KATY RAILROAD, PARSONS KANSAS
IN THE FALL OF 1979, WHEN JOHNNY WASN'T MARRIED TO SANDY ANYMORE, THE S OF J & S PIZZA, HIS NEW WIFE EVALYN, THOUGHT IT WOULD BE NICE TO CHANGE THE NAME OF J & S PIZZA. EVALYN WAS THE FORMER EVALYN KNIGHT DIXON FROM CHECOTAH, PHARMACIST AT KIRK'S DRUG, VALEDICTORIAN OF HER PHARMACY CLASS AT OU, AND MOTHER OF LANCE AND RANDA DIXON. LANCE LATER BECAME A MATH TEACHER AND COACH AT AR JR. HIGH AND MUSKOGEE HIGH SCHOOL.
EVALYN'S DAD GEORGE KNIGHT, JUST HAPPENED TO BE PRINCIPAL OF CHECOTAH HIGH SCHOOL. GEORGE IS ALSO THE GRANDPA OF TOMMY KNIGHT, WHO WORKED AT LINDENLOFT FOR 3 YEARS BEFORE HE BECAME MAJOR TOMMY KNIGHT OF THE MUSKOGEE POLICE DEPARTMENT. GEORGE KNIGHT ALSO WON A STATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP AS COACH AT ONAPA, THE HOME OF A FARM GIRL YOU MIGHT HAVE HEARD OF, CARRIE UNDERWOOD.
EVALYN LINDEN THOUGHT IT WOULD BE NICE TO CHANGE THE NAME OF J & S PIZZA. SO THEY TORE THE CEILING OUT OF J & S, ADDED A LARGE BALCONY AND TWO MORE LARGE ROOMS WITH SEATING FOR 225 PEOPLE, A BEAUTIFUL 14 FOOT GRAY ROCK FIREPLACE,
#7 LEFT TO RIGHT - FRANCIS LINDEN, ADELINE LINDEN PITTMAN, CECELIA LINDEN SCHALLO, BARBARA LINDEN BAKER, EDWARD JOSEPH "BILL" LINDEN, FROM ST. PAUL, KANSAS
AN ELECTRIC TRAIN THAT RAN 100 FEET AROUND THE BALCONY BETWEEN BOTH LEVELS, A BUTTON UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS THAT THE KIDS COULD PUSH TO START THE TRAIN, $10,000 WORTH OF ELECTRIC TRAINS ON DISPLAY, TWO 72 INCH BIG SCREEN TV'S, 14 VIDEO GAMES, LINED THE WHOLE INSIDE WITH ROUGH CEDAR, ADDED A 6 FOOT ROUND SKYLIGHT VIEW OF THE STARS, AND CHANGED THE NAME TO LINDENLOFT PIZZA. THE NEW NAME WAS A COMBINATION OF LINDEN AND BALCONY OR LOFT, THUS LINDENLOFT. YOU MIGHT REMEMBER THE BUILDING, IN LATER YEARS, KNOWN AS ZEPPS.
#9 JENNIFER LINDEN
AS LUCK WOULD HAVE IT, ON APRIL 29, 1980, A BEAUTIFUL BABY GIRL WAS BORN NAMED JENNIFER LINDEN. YOU MIGHT REMEMBER JENNIFER. SHE HAD THE LEAD FEMALE PART OF ROSIE IN BYE BYE BIRDIE AT MUSKOGEE H. S. IN 1998 AND SANG IN THE ELITE MHS SINGING GROUP, TUXEDO JUNCTION. HER DAD ALSO SANG IN THE MUSICAL BYE BYE BIRDIE HIS SENIOR YEAR AT PARSONS HIGH SCHOOL. JENNIFER IS A DIETICIAN AT THE INDIAN CLINIC IN MUSKOGEE.
MARTHA WILLSIE STOREY, DAUGHTER OF ADELBERT & BETTY WILLSIE, DUNCAN, OK
ON MAY 5, 1983 ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL BABY GIRL APPEARED NAMED JULIE LINDEN, AND THE REST IS HISTORY.
JULIE PLAYED SOCCER AND WAS VARSITY CHEERLEADER 3 YEARS AT MUSKOGEE H. S. UNTIL 2001, AND EVEN PLAYED SOCCER THROUGH WESTMINSTER COLLEGE IN FULTON, MISSOURI. AFTER GRADUATING SHE CONTINUED HER EDUCATION FOR 4 YEARS AT OU MEDICAL SCHOOL. JULIE IS NOW A LAZER EYE SURGEON IN DALLAS, TEXAS.
WHEN J & S PIZZA OPENED IN 1974, MUSKOGEE ONLY HAD 4 OPERATING PIZZA PARLORS, PIZZA HUT, PIZZA INN, AND TWO KENS PIZZAS. WHEN LINDENLOFT CLOSED ON APRIL 2nd, 1988, DAVID BRENNER'S BIRTHDAY,THERE WERE 15, NOT TO MENTION THE 30 PLUS PIZZA PARLORS THAT HAVE CLOSED THEIR DOORS IN MUSKOGEE IN THE LAST 40 YEARS.
SINCE LINDENLOFT CLOSED IN 1988 , MR. LINDEN HAS HAD 5 YEARS EXPERIENCE WORKING AT PIZZA HUT AND 7 YEARS EXPERIENCE WORKING AT DOMINOS PIZZA PLUS 17 PREVIOUS YEARS PIZZA EXPERIENCE. SO HE KNOWS WHAT QUALITY FEATURES ARE MOST IMPORTANT IN FOOD PRODUCTS AND CUSTOMER SERVICE.
OVER THE LAST 20 YEARS, HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE HAVE ASKED MR. LINDEN, WHY HE DOES'NT OPEN LINDENLOFT AGAIN, BECAUSE THEY LOVED THE PIZZA AND EVERYTHING SO MUCH.
THE NEW LINDENLOFT OPENED NOV. 1, 2007 AND HAD PIZZA BUFFET FOR 4 YEARS UNTIL IT WENT TO PIZZA DELIVERY TILL 3 AM ON AUGUST 16, 2011.
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#12 DR. JULIE LINDEN & DIETICIAN JENNIFER LINDEN
November 26, 2007
Linden Loft’s back
Once-popular pizza place opens again
By Cathy Spaulding
Sadler Paper Co. employees Kelly Webb and Nikki Phipps recall the good pizza and good times they had at the old Linden Loft Pizza in the 1980s.
“I liked the garlic bread, it had the alpine sauce,” Webb said about the popular ’80s hang-out. “Linden Loft was one of the first places with an alpine pizza, then everyone else started having it.”
“I used to take my boys with me,” Phipps said. “We used to sit and watch the toy trains go by on the walls.”
Webb and Phipps recalled the good old days while having lunch at — Linden Loft Pizza.
Johnny Linden, who operated the pizza place on York Street from 1974 to 1988, set up the new loft in the basement of Shadowwood Mall, 401 W. Broadway. He serves pizza, a salad bar, hot sandwiches and the alpine garlic bread.
Yes, he said, the electric trains are coming soon.
With bright blue and yellow paint, the new place doesn’t look too much like what people remember about the old place, which had a stone fireplace and balcony seating.
“I remember it had a lot of video games and they had a train that went all the way around the building,” said Donnie Rooks, who now works at the new pizza place.
After working at pizza places in Kansas, Linden opened J&S; Pizza Palace in 1974 on York Street and Broadway. The store later changed its name.
Linden said people began missing the old place almost as soon as it closed.
“For 20 years after that, everyone told me they had the best pizza in town there,” he said.
Linden spent those years working at other pizza places in the area.
“Finally, we got the opportunity to open up again,” he said.
Webb said the new pizza is just as good as the old.
Linden said he uses fresh dough each day, hand tossing each pie crust. He also uses whole milk mozzerella cheese.
Webb and Phipps said they look forward to seeing the train come back. It would be yet another reminder of the place they used to like more than 20 years ago.
“It was just a good place to take the family,” Phipps said.
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MISS AMERICA 1966
IRENE LINDEN & SANDY LINDEN OF J & S PIZZA ALSO KNOWN AS LINDENLOFT 1971
EDWARD JOSEPH LINDEN, LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER, MKT RAILROAD IN PARSONS, KANSAS & U. S. ARMY LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER ALL OVER EUROPE IN WORLD WAR II
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IRENE WILLSIE, PARSONS H. S. 1924
EDNA WILLSIE, IRENE'S MOTHER
IRENE'S PARENTS EDNA & ERNEST WILLSIE
WILLSIE FAMILY, PARSONS KANSAS
TOP ROW: L TO R, VIOLA WILLSIE MEZGER, PARSONS H. S. BASKETBALL 1921, 22, & 23, SWB TELEPHONE OPERATOR
ADELBERT WILLSIE, PARSONS VIKINGS BASKETBALL, J C PENNY MANAGER 30 YRS IN DUNCAN, OK,
IRENE WILLSIE LINDEN, PARSONS H. S. ORCHESTRA, PRIVATE SECRETARY TO PARSONS LAWYER LESLIE CABLE, PART OWNER OF J&S PIZZA PALACE, NEVADA, MO. & TAHLEQUAH, OK. & LINDENLOFT PIZZA, MUSKOGEE, OK
BOTTOM ROW: EARNEST WILLSIE, PARSONS MKT RAILROAD STEAMENGINE BUILDER
FILMORE WILLSIE, HISTORY TEACHER, MACHINIST, & CHIROPRACTOR,
EDNA WILLSIE, BOSS OF THE WILLSIE CLAN
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PATSY, KENNY, LARRY, CINDY, JOYCE ALEXANDER
CAROLYN MEZGER MHS 1961
MOTHER OF MUSKOGEE H. S. CHEERLEADER KRISTIN LANE
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