|The Sugar Bowl, 9 Normal Ave. in Millersville, PA.|
"The Sugar Bowl" and boy did that bring back the memories from an era long, long ago. The Sugar Bowl was one of the two places that I spent lunch for the better part of four years of my life. Don't let the name of the place lead you astray, for the corner restaurant near the part of the college where most of my classes were held, is not known for anything sweet. To this day, the place still looks as it did when I had classes at nearby Osborn Hall which is the main building for those majoring in Industrial Arts. Many days I grabbed a table with a friend or two after our 10:00-Noon shop class and ordered a cheeseburger and vanilla milkshake. Some times I was able to find space around the table where my childhood friend was stationed with his friends. Bill lived about a block from me until third grade when his mother moved her family to another town. We kept in touch and when we both came to Millersville it was great to be able to have lunch with him when I could.
|The owners of the Sugar Bowl, Pat and Edith Rylee.|