This is a pretty complete lunch menu for the mid-1960s. All it is missing is the nice cover with the menu inside; instead, it is just a card with the table d’hôte printed on one side and a la carte on the other. The Ron Nixon cover photo is present, but just located in the upper left corner of the table d’hôte side.
The table d’hôte side has just two entrées, broiled fish or spare ribs. The $3 plate includes juice or soup, the entrée, potato, beets, cherries, bread, ice cream and beverage. The $2.60 plate was identical but no juice or soup and a choice of two of the side dishes (potato, beets, or cherries). The a la carte side was more complete with nine different entrées ranging from Welsh rarebit for 90 cents to sirloin steak for $3.95. Multiply by 7 to adjust to today’s dollars using the consumer price index.