Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

110 N. Main Street  

The History of the building and lot can be found on :

1922 May 31 - The Solomon Store is moving to the new K. of P. building.; "The White Store" - Fred G. Solomon, Proprietor

1927 - January 20 The Culver Dry Goods Store is the new name of Solomon's Store and Gene Osborn has taken over the place as manager.

1928-1930 ? - Flavey & Foreman Feb. - Earl Foreman Manager
    1928 - Jan 18 - A transaction was completed last Monday with J. P. Falvey and J. Earl Foreman of Knox leasing the south half of the K. P. Building and the community will once more have a dry goods store.

1932-1955 - Foreman's Women's Apparel Shop - J. Earl Foreman

1955-1962 - Kennedy's Ladies Appreal & Shoes - Alex Kennedy

1962 - 1980's - Kelly Shop
    1962 - Feb 14 - The Kelly Shop Now Replaces Kennedy's Store
      Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kelly, 310 College Ave., Culver, have purchased the Kennedy Store at 110 N. Main St.. formerly owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kennedy.

      Mrs. Kelly will actively manage this popular women's store and Mr. Kelly will continue his association with Hatten Motor Sales. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, who purchased the business from Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foreman, have opperated the store for six and one-half years. They plan to sell their home in Culver and willmove to Phoenix, Ariz, in the near future. Mrs. Kelly has stated that the store will be known as The Kelly Shop. She has plans for enlarging several departments of the store and will give utmost attention to customer wants and satisfaction. She also has a long range plan for modernizing the store and building an adequate inventory to take care of the needs of Culver and the surrounding area. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly are well known in Culver and are members of the Burr Oak Church of God. Mrs. Kelly graduated from Culver High School in 1944 and was employed at The State Exchange Bank for four years. They have three children, David, age 12; Steven, 10; and Connie, 6.Mrs. Kelly is a member of the Maxinkuckee Junior Woman's Club And is chairman of the State Penny Art Fund. Mr. Kelly ia a member of the Culver Chamber of Commerce, the Culver Lions Club, and in also Lions zone chairman.

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