413 Lake Shore Drive
||1924 - filling station|
Bowling Alley on corner of Lane [Coolidge] & Toner [Lakeshore]
1923 - Oct. 23 - Boblett's Bowling alleys near the depot
Had is [this] been a little later in the night, it might have been more serious
1925 - May 20 - Boggs & Hatten By Culver Bowling Alley
Lewis Hatten and Lewis Boggs, two young and well known men of the
community have purchased the bowling alley which is located next door
east of the Culver Taxi company. The deal was made last week and the
young men have taken charge. The plan to conduct a clean place and clean
sportsmanship will be encourahed. The new owners especially invite the
women of culver and Thursdays have been set aside for the women. Every
month prices will be given to the players who hold the highest scores
for both men anf women
1925, Jun 3 - Culver Recreation Hall Boggs & Hatten, Props.
1926 - Jun 9 - Bowling Alley Opened
I wish to announce that I have taken over the Bowling Alley in the Hayes building and
will open it for buisness next Monday night.
It will be open every night thereafter except Sundays. Come down and get some
good exercise besides having a lot of fun - Earl (Eck) Eckman.
||1937 is divided into possibly 3 seperate lots - with 3 seperate business addresses
401 Lake Shore Dr - Filling Station - |
405 Lake Shore Dr. "S" -
'Conc Fl Pilast'D Walls (Tile)'
Culver Taxi Company - Clifford Loser
409 Lake Shore Dr. - Roofing W. HO. - 'Conc Fl Pilast'D Walls (Tile)'
1935 - May 29 - Moving Store Location - The Young Roofing and Paint Company is preparing
to move its location from opposite the depot to the Hayes Building next to Hatten's Garage,
which will allow more room for the large stocks of paints and roofing carried by Donald Young,
Manager fo the firm
411-413 Lake Shore Dr. - Vacant. - 'Conc Fl Pilast'D Walls (Tile)'
Roofing company operated by Frank Young.