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Since 1986, Pizza Guys has been bringing families and friends together over great pizza. Not sure what to fix or just too tired to cook? Pizza is something that everyone can agree on! From classic pepperoni and cheese to unique creations you won’t find anywhere else, plus great deals and coupons for special offers like free 2-liters of your favorite soda and hot deals on your favorite pizzas, there’s a lot to love about choosing Pizza Guys in Manteca.
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About Manteca, CA
One of the most progressive communities in San Joaquin County is Manteca, California. In 1910 the population in Manteca was about 100 residents. Currently, the community has almost 2,000 residents. Much the same as other farming communities, the first pioneers were hard working and honest Farmers who arrived in the district to till the sandy soil and raise crops that were profitable, such as barley, hay, and wheat. It isn’t actually known who the first pioneer was.
However, a man named Bill Jenkins is reportedly to have located in a tract of some 320 acres of property 1858. Around the same time a man named William Lyons, who was a young Stockton attorney from Stockton, and obtained some property on a soldier’s warrant. Although Mr. Lyons didn’t actually live there, he did speculate on some property there. In 1863, a man named Joshua Cowell located a partial track of property that included what is currently known as the community of Manteca. Mr. Cowell constructed a home and started raising barley and wheat.
Sometime later Mr. Cowell determined that those crops weren’t profitable he and his fellow ranchers started to raise rye. Some six men named Cutler Salmon, Orsemus and George Sperry, James Reynolds, Alvin Shedd, Peter Clapp, and Orsemus and George Sperry moved to the settlement. While they lived many miles apart, they were neighbors. Eventually, each farmer owned parcels of protected by 1864. They dug ditched in order to determine the boundaries of their properties which made an embankment on the inside.
In 1864, a man named Martin constructed a small residence of brick in that location, and sometime later it Mr. Clapp occupied the home. The home is currently located with the city limits and is sheathed with wood. Another 67-year-old building is the previous home of George Sperry. In 1870, the Southern Pacific constructed a road that ran between Ripon and Lathrop. This was in the middle of the growing district of grain. Mr. Cowell gave them the right of way and the company built a small station and freight platform where currently stands where the current was built in 1910.
The brother of Mr. Cowell owned a warehouse about a mile below, which was known as Cowell’s warehouse, and because there was some confusion of names, the railroad company renamed the station to Manteca, which a Spanish word that translates into butter. It had a prophetic meaning because Manteca is the largest butter producer in the county.
Mr. Cowell, was 80 years old when he was considered to be known as the Father of Manteca, and, in 1896, opened a small creamery in 1896. In 1898, the creamy failed. A merchant whose name was J. Overshiner constructed a small building across the track from the depot and opened a general merchandising store, along with a butcher shop. In 1901, the Manteca-Rochdale store was completed and opened.
In 1902, a blacksmith opened, where the Bank of South San Joaquin is currently located. At the intersection of Hogan Road and Yosemite Avenue, another butcher shop was opened. In 1909 a man named John Boberg began the Manteca lumber yard and in 1911, taking in Carl Palm then completed and opened the Manteca hardware store. Mr. Cowell constructed the first brick building, on the southwest corner of Hogan Road and Yosemite Avenue.
In 1913, Mr. Cowell constructed a much better looking two-story brick building diagonally across the first building. The Jacob store currently occupies the building.
Manteca is a beautiful community and a wonderful place to live, work play or visit, and raise a family. The residents of this community are proud of their heritage and are looking forward to a bright future