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One Stop 66 Route 66 Centennial Products Now Available at Ryburn Place in Normal, IL on Route 66!
One Stop Ryburn Place

We are happy to announce that our shirts and signs are sold at Ryburn Place! Stop in at Ryburn Place and get the 1st Route 66 Centennial shirt or the sign featuring Judy Walker’s photo of the Gasconade Bridge ($1.00 of the sales of the sign goes to the Route 66 Association of Missouri for the Gasconade Bridge restoration project). Terri has always played a big part of us appreciating and learning about Route 66. When we are in the area, we make sure to stop by and say “hi” to her. She always welcomes us (and all other guests who stop by) with open arms. While you’re there visiting, checking out the beautiful restored gas station and pick up a copy of her autobiography No Crybabies Allowed: The Past as Told by Me.
Ryburn Place /Sprague’s Super Service Station
305 Pine St.
Normal, IL. 61761


No Crybabies Allowed: The Past as Told by Me - Autographed Paperback Book by Dr. Terri Ryburn - $19.99 plus tax.
No Crybabies Allowed
                    Book

“Daddy had ‘itchy feet’ and couldn't stay in one place for very long. Over and over again, he said to Momma, ‘Hazel, git the kids ready. We're movin'.’ Momma cried, but by the time we piled into the back of the truck and Daddy backed out of the driveway, Momma’s tears had dried and her jaw was set in a familiar, unforgiving line.” This story collection, told from a child’s perspective, ranges from hilarious to poignant, as Terri encounters bullies, suffers from unrequited love, puzzles over religion, abandons plans to run away from home, and upholds family honor, while shedding the “crybaby” moniker. Terri shares vivid memories of growing up in the 1950s, as her large family moved from Illinois to California, to Kentucky, to Oregon. The family lived in a tent, a tarpaper shack, chicken brooders, and a smokehouse because of her father’s "need" to move. Terri was “the new kid” at seven grade schools (including three third grades, where she never learned her times tables!) and two high schools. If you’ve ever said, “We were poor but we didn’t know it,” you were never really poor. Terri knew that she was poor but as her Aunt Mary Agnes said, “We come up poor but we come up proud.” No one could have foreseen that Terri would transcend the poverty of her early life to earn a doctorate in history, to retire from a university as an administrator and instructor, and to own a small business.


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Route 66 Centennial/Gasconade Bridge Metal Signs Made in the USA!
Route 66 Centennial-Gasconade Bridge
          Metal Signs

One Stop 66 LLC ad RJ's Route 66 are pleased to announce a collaborative project - Made in USA metal signs blending the Route 66 Centennial image from One Stop 66 with two beautiful photos of the Gasconade Bridge over the Gasconade River in Hazelgreen, Missouri taken by Judy Walker from RJ's Route 66.


Member - Missouri Route 66 Association

$1.00 from the sale of each and every sign will be donated at the end of the year to the Route 66 Association of Missouri for the Gasconade Bridge restoration project. One Stop 66 LLC and RJ's Route 66 are both members of the Route 66 Association of Missouri.

The metal sign is 12" wide X 9" tall, and each corner has a die cut hole for hanging or mounting your sign. Price is $24.95 plus tax for each sign - Daytime Scene and/or Dusk Scene, which includes FREE shipping within the continental US. Our website offers online ordering via Square™, Apple Pay™, Google Pay™, PayPal™ and via mail-in orders. We offer FREE SHIPPING to the continental U.S. on most of our products. To get shipping rates to Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. territories, International orders, or to pay by Square, Apple Pay™, Google Pay™, please contact us at info@onestop66.com.

We at One Stop 66 want to be there for your 66 needs! Our goal is to assist everyone on the route with selling their items, and then make it easy to sell items from Route 66. If you have a business on or about Route 66 that has product to sell, please reach out to us. Be sure to visit RJ's Route 66 Website for more great Route 66 signs, shirts and more products!

Order either the Daytime and/or Dusk Route 66 Centennial/Gasconade Bridge Metal Signs Online Now - Click on the Options Below.
Price is $24.95 each plus tax, which includes Free Shipping in the continental U.S. These signs are Made and Designed in the USA!


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Purchase the Original Route 66 Centennial T-Shirt Made in the USA!
World's First Route 66
                Centennial T-Shirt

In stock now - we are offering what we believe is the world's first Route 66 Centennial T-Shirt! Available in men's sizes Medium, Large, XL, 2X, 3X and 4X (special order sizes also available). Our website offers online ordering via Square™, Apple Pay™, Google Pay™, PayPal™ and via mail-in orders. We offer FREE SHIPPING to the continental U.S. on most of our products. To get shipping rates to Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. territories, International orders, or to pay by Square™, Apple Pay™ or Google Pay™, please contact us at info@onestop66.com

Purchase the Route 66 Centennial T-Shirt Online Now - Click on the Options Below.
Price is $27.75 plus tax, which includes Free Shipping in the continental U.S. This Shirt is Made and Designed in the USA!


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                            66 in Madison County
Route 66 in Madison County Book - $21.99 plus tax.
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Route 66 in Madison County - published in 2010, Arcadia Publishing, 128 pages, by Cheryl Eichar Jett. "Route 66 zigzagged southwest across Madison County, Illinois, before crossing the Mississippi River into Missouri. Various alignments of this segment of the "Mother Road" rolled through pastoral farmland, headed down main streets, and later straightened as it bypassed towns. From 1926 to 1977, the path of the highway changed numerous times and crossed the Mississippi River on no less than five different bridges. Along the way motorists watched for the blue neon cross on St. Paul's Lutheran Church to guide their nighttime travel; they counted on the doors of the Tourist Haven, Cathcart's, or the Luna Café to be open for business. Travelers crossed their fingers that they wouldn't get stuck at the bend of the Chain of Rocks Bridge and hoped they could make it up Mooney Hill in the winter. A later alignment took motorists right by Fairmount Park and Monks Mound."

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