Alpine Avenue Then & Now


Stockton has several streets with commercial businesses. Alpine runs from Raineer on the west to Wilson Way on the east

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Alpine Avenue

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West Alpine Avenue

33 W. Alpine - Scottish Rite Temple 33 W. Alpine - Scottish Rite Temple 33 W. Alpine - Scottish Rite Temple 33 W. Alpine - Scottish Rite Temple 33 W. Alpine - Scottish Rite Temple - Childrens Language Disorders Center 33 W. Alpine - Scottish Rite Temple - The Stockton Scottish Rite Temple at 33 Alpine Avenue was dedicated Saturday, April 12 1960. The Lodge Room seats 820 and the banquet room seats 800. The building contains all the necessary rooms and equipment to confer all the degrees. Additional Comments

33 W. Alpine - Scottish Rite Temple

The Stockton Scottish Rite Language Center has been operated in partnership with the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at the University of the Pacific since 1997. The Center is a philanthropic program of the California Scottish Rite Foundation. All services are provided free to charge to children under the age of 18 years with funding from the California Scottish Rite Foundation.

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Dollar General Market 2150 West Alpine - Former Centro-Mart Dollar General Market 2150 West Alpine - Former Centro-Mart Dollar General Market 2150 West Alpine - Former Centro-Mart Former Centro-Mart #34, 2150 West Alpine - Opened in the 1960s Now a Dollar General Market

2156 - Hess Dubois Cleaners

2211 W. Alpine, Gaines Liquors - Courtesy of Ron Chapman 2211 W. Alpine, Gaines Liquors 2211 W. Alpine - Gaines Liquors Moved here from 2231 W. Alpine / Former Ed's Chevron Replaced by a Circle K Food Store. From 1975 through 1977, there was a gift store, a meat market and a Pop Shoppe before the liquor store. Left photo by Ron Chapman, 1977

Tocumbo - 2219 West Alpine 2219 West Alpine - Tocumbo - They have a huge variety of ice cream. They also have popsicles too (cute mini popsicles for 75 cents)! They have many unique flavors that you won't find anywhere else, like mango with chile, cantaloupe, rose petals, and more! They also have the traditional flavors such as vanilla, chocolate, rocky road Tocumbo shares their restaurant with Elsa's Paladar Cuban home style food!. Although a small ice cream shop, you can't miss it. The side of their building is covered in bright graffiti and they most often have a smoking grill going in front for the Cuban place / Former R&R Mower / H&R Cyclerley

Alpine Center Sign - 2211 W. AlpineAlpine Center Sign
2231 W. Alpine - Gaines Liquors / Ed's Fountain Cafe / Bauer's Fountain / Gaines Liquors relocated to 2211 W. Alpine

Michael\'s Pizza - 2300 W. Alpine - Former Pizza Stop 2300a W. Alpine - Michael's Pizza / Pizza Stop

Gina\'s Cafe 2300 W. Alpine 2300b W. Alpine - Gina's Cafe / Chow to go

2300c W. Alpine - H&R Block 2300c W. Alpine - H&R Bloc

2306 W. Alpine - Tuxedo Auto Supply 2306 W. Alpine - Tuxedo Auto Supply / Custom Fireside Shop

Former Sibs Market / Gaines Market 3214 W. Alpine Courtesy of Floyd Perry Jr. Former Sibs Market / Gaines Market 3214 W. Alpine Courtesy of Floyd Perry Jr. Former Sibs Market / Gaines Market 3214 W. Alpine Former Alpine Market / Sibs Market / Gaines Market - 3314 Delaware, corner of Alpine - Now a Dance Studio - Left Photos by Floyd Perry Jr

3320 - Ward's Barber Shop

3324 W. Alpine - Former Herman\'s Shoe Service 3324 W. Alpine - Former Herman's Shoe Service

3332 Delaware - La Mexicana Super 3332 Delaware - La Mexicana Super, Neighborhood Mexican market / Alpine Drug / Gaines Drug Store, Gaines Variety

Enlarge 3404 W. Alpine - De Parsia's Catering / Former Joey De Foods / Leo's Bakery

3406 - Metro PCS / Bobby Brite Cleaners

3414 - Herman's Shoe Repair

East Alpine

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107 E. Alpine - Gene's Flying A

149 E. Alpine - Stockton Water Beds

147-149 - Computer Repair 153 E. Alpine - Mercy\'s Beauty Salon / Former Delta Lock / Former Alpine Liquors 147-149- Computer Repair - Auto Parts - Beauty Salon - 149 was the former Harts Radio & Television - Delta Lock & Key was also at this location 153 E. Alpine - Mercy's Beauty Salon / Former Delta Lock / Former Alpine Liquors

207 E. Alpine - American Cancer Society 207 E. Alpine - American Cancer Society / Former Stockton Paint Mart / Dutch Boy Paints

215 E. Alpine - Former Alpine Nursery 215 E. Alpine - Former Alpine Nursery 215 E. Alpine - Former Alpine Nursery

229 E. Alpine - Former Betty\'s & Gerry\'s Ice Cream / Murphy\'s Ice Cream - Courtesy of Ron Chapman 253 E. Alpine - Carniceria La Sierra 229 E. Alpine - Former Betty's & Gerry's Ice Cream / Murphy's Ice Cream - Photo Courtesy of Ron Chapman
233 E. Alpine - Zoomba / Former Oak Park Cleaners
253 E. Alpine - Carniceria La Sierra / Former Alpine Mower & Bike / Oak Park Variety Store

Former Oak Park Market - 255 E. Alpine Former Oak Park Market - 255 E. Alpine 255 E. Alpine - Former Distinctive Floors/ Former Oak Park Market

301 E. Alpine - Landmark Missionary Baptist Church 301 E. Alpine - Landmark Missionary Baptist Church / Former Oak Park Missionary Church

Oak Park - 400 Block of E. Alpine Oak Park - Even though Stockton had many popular night spots in the early 1900's, it wasn’t short on family entertainment either Oak Park previously known as Goodwater Grove, became so well known as a picnic place that it drew people from across the state. Features included a giant tree house, dance pavilion, playground, and bowling

Billy Hebert Field - 400 Block of E. Alpine Billy Hebert Field - 400 Block of E. Alpine Billy Hebert Field - 400 Block of E. Alpine Billy Hebert Field - 3545 Alvardo - It is primarily used for baseball and was the home field of the Stockton Ports until they moved to Banner Island Ballpark in 2005. The Billy Hebert Stadium continues to be used as a venue for high school baseball playoffs. It also has been used as a practice facility for the Stockton Lightning minor Arena League football team. The ballpark has a capacity of 6,000 people and opened in 1953. Prior to 1953, the land upon which the field is built was used for baseball since the late 19th century. In 1927, Oak Park Field was constructed. After the field's grandstand was destroyed by fire for a second time, the modern-day grandstand was built in 1953. The field is named for Billy Hebert, the first resident of Stockton to die in World War II.

Marker Dedicated to the one who brought the highest sportsmanship to the great American game of baseball. W.M. Billy Hebert, December 20, 1919 - October 31, 1942. Captain Earl Ross Post baseball team 1936, United States Naval Reserve - Aviation Metalsmith 3rd class, Henderson Field at Guadal Canal in the Solomon Islands. This memorial was sponsored by the friends and teammates of Billy Hebert The seventeen Club, Stockton's oldest baseball club (since 1930) July 4th 1992

Oak Park Pool - 400 Block of E. Alpine Oak Park Pool - 3537 Alvarado Avenue

Former Oak Park Roller Coaster - 400 Block of E. Alpine Oak Park Roller Coaster

478 E. Alpine - Alpine Tower Restaurant

480 E. Alpine - Former Bill's Shell Service and 3215 N. California Street CIRS - Courtsey of Ron Chapman 480 E. Alpine - Former Bill's Shell Service and 3215 N. California Street CIRS - Courtsey of Ron Chapman

California Street Intersects

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Alpine and 3212 N. California - Oak Park Inn - Courtesy of Ron Chapman Alpine and 3212 N. California - Oak Park Inn - Courtesy of Ron Chapman

Alpine and West Lane - New Ace Train Repair Facility Alpine and West Lane - New Ace Train Repair Facility

West Lane Intersects

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Alpine and 3200 West Lane - Valero / Former Shell Station Alpine and 3200 West Lane - Valero / Former Shell Station

1360 E. Alpine - El Grullenese Restaurant 1360 E. Alpine - El Grullenese Restaurant / Two B's Grubstake Restaurant

2132 E. Alpine - Harrison School 2132 E. Alpine - Harrison School 2132 E. Alpine / 3203 N Sanguinetti Ln - Harrison School - Initially the front entrance was on the corner and the patio cover was not there. This plan was also used for August School and Cleveland School - Built in the mid 50s

Wilson Way Intersects

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