824 N. Lake Shore Dr. , Papa's
||Section 16 - 500.90A 1835 Original Survey|
|Section 16 c. 1837 500.90A (North shore town and academy)
||1872 - Section. 16
Est. of I N Morris 105 A ( also 80 A)
J. Duddleson - 30.60A & 10A
T. Houghton 90A.
J. Houghton Acreage not stated
J ___ name illegible 4A
G. A. Durr 10A
Lot no name no acreage stated
G. A. Durr 5A? - res (Lot 2 3A & 3A)
Dr. Durr No amount Stated lots as if to be 2 large
L D W [Lorenzo W. Wiseman]
|1876 - J. Castleman - 190A
1876 Section 16
||1880 North Section 16 - 500.90 Acres Town
I N Morris 185.34
B. W. Watt 15.50A
LakeView Club 15A
J Duddleson 109.31A
Tho. Houghton 90A.
J. E. Houghton 19.60A
E Parker 27 A
|1898 - Section 16
L. C. Dillion - 10A, 99.31A, 79.76, 75.60A
T. Houghton 89A
E. Duddle(son) 9.60A
E. Morris 21.49A/Morris Lake Front Plat
T. H. & L RRR Lake View Club 15 A.
J. J. Bryant
Incorporated Limits of Culver
Lakeview Club / T H & L RR - 15 A.
|1908 - Lake View Hotel / Vandalia Railroad
|1922 A part of the Lake View Hotel Property, Pennsylvania
Railroad This Triangle buring the era of the Lake View hotel included 3 little
park areas and cabin/tent lots 3's 30-47
1950, May 24 issue of Citizen stated "New Guest Lodge to Begin This Week" which was named the
Culver Lodge Motel
?-1956, Aug. Golden Eagle Restaurant
Golden Eagle Restaurant Discontinues Operation
The attractive and ultra Modern Golden Eagle Restaurant, operated in conjunction
with the Culver Lodge Motel, which has been open for business spasmodically
during the summer months had closed its doors
Apparently lack of advertising to popularize the eating establishment and the
inability to employ the right kind of operating personnel were the causes
Definite information regarding a future reopening date is unavailable. - 29 Aug 1956
1958 - June 25 Byrum 's (M.r & Mrs. John J.) Operating Culver Lodge Motel and Restaurant.
Country Club Cooking
The Byrums have been indeed fortunate in leasing their well-equipped restaurant,
dajoining the motel at Lake Shore Drive and College Avenue to Herb Hendrickson,
who will also cintinure his operation of the eating facilities of the Plymouth Country
The restaurant will be open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
A large new parking lot had been constructed near the restaurant's entrance for the
convenience of patrons.
The motel has placed in effect a special low rate during the week for the benefit of
traveling salesmen with limited expense accounts.
1961 - May 31 - Cullver Lodge Restaurant
Lodge Resturant Sets May 11 for Re-Opening Date.
The Culver Lodge Resturant located on Lake Shore Drive adjacent to the Culver Lodge Motel and
across form the A & W Root Beer Barrel, has been leased by the Garfield's proprietors of the
well known Garfield Restaueant of Plymouth which was destroyed by fire some time ago.
The Garfiels will open the CUlver Lodge Resturant on Thursday, May 11, observing, Hours from
7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and remainif cclosed on Mondays.
For information or resevations phone VIking 2-3416
||The Culver Lodge Motel post card to the left depicts it shortly after it was moved. The building in the foreground was the
House of Treasures which is now Papa's. It looks as if it that is sitting empty at the time the photograph for the postcard
was taken. In behind the building one can see part of the Culver Lodge Motel - of which some of the rooms were torn down
in the 1990's to make way for expansion of Papa's and parking area this is now the
Inn by the Lake. Also from the back of the postcard states that it
was copyrighted in 1955 by The L. L. Cook Co. and the caption on back reads: "The Culver Lodge on Lake Maxinkuckee
Adjacent to Culver Military Academy on State Road 17 phone 24'>|
Virginia Glackman was the next owner of the building. She had been owner and operator of The House of
Treasures, which had first been located at 772 West Shore Drive (which was then also State Road 17, which
probably afforded the shop far more traffic than it would get after the highway was routed to its bypass
locale of today), on the west side of West Shore Drive. In October of 1961, Glackman moved from her West
Shore Drive home to 1070 East hore Drive, said the Citizen, and by May of 1962, she was announcing her
purchase of the Culver Lodge (which she
said would be named The Village Lodge).
The House of Treasures,"
said the Citizen ad, "has moved its entire stock and will be open at 284 Lake Shore Drive June 1 St. You are
cordially invited to visit our gift shop." The 284 address was that of the motel, and ads for a time encouraged
visitors to view the gift store's stock there. Soon thereafter, the House of Treasures was located at 824 N.
||An Ad in the Culver citizen giving the location as 842 Lakeshore Dr. At least by an ad an league bowling
scored in existed in 1967, an an ad on 12 oct 1967 and this 1968 is the same as as was ran in 1967.|
|A menu for the Pizza Prince
|1 A Feb 23 1971 ad for Jo-Bo's Pizzeria
||1971-c1976 - Jo-Bo's Pizzeria [830 Lakeshore Dr.; the Motel next door carried the same address]
- Ken & Lois Schau|
Mike A . Maddox - we were a part of that error in 1971 with my parents Ken and Lois Schau , my wife
Lisa and I worked at restaurant and ran Village Lodge motel next door.
Terri (Maddox) Edington wrote: "The Village Lodge Motel and Jo-Bo's Pizzeria was our moms' hard work,
you could say a family thing for all of us for almost 6 years"
|A seen in this photo 1970's major changes took place over the years in the facade of the building.
Besides probably sitting empty for periods of time in between businesses.
||To the right Papa's brick in the Heritage walk in
Hertiage Park. Papa'stoday - established 1976 |
||Part of the Culver Lodge - of which
some of the rooms were torn down in the 1990's to make way for expansion of Papa's and parking area north
of the building. This is now the Inn by the Lake
1976 - Feb. 1995 James McCormack
Feb. 1995 - 3 Jun 1998 - Marion C. Mc Cormack
3 Jun 1998 - 2013 - James P. & Brian S. Mc Cormack
|Thie Northern pacel (partking lot) bears the address of 820 Lakeshore
and the building & parking lot bears the address of 824 Lakeshore. This Triangle buring the era of
the Lake View hotel included 3 little park areas and cabin/tent lots 3's 30-47
The Citizen of 12 Aug. 2010 states fires was detered at Papa's as the result of being reported by workers from
Bennett's who were on the roof working. Also aided by the quick work of the Culver fireman. The fire was
contained to the office area of the restaurant; tho smoke damage was extenvise and throughtout the entire building.
|| And Jeffery Kenny wrote in the Culver Citizen of 18 August 2014:
As an aside and a follow-up to last week's column, at least part of Papa's parking lot
to the "Indian Trails" to the south) sits atop a handful of hidden structures which
helped give the area its longtime nickname of "Bunker Hill."
While more remains to be unearthed (both physically and informationally), more than
one local has discussed the steel doors along the hillside north of the old railroad,
lead into the old, concrete storage bunkers used by the on Lake Shore Drive, past
and present, it's likely the railroad company for some years.
2015 - Feb 17 - NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION NO: 2015-001P
DATE OF HEARING: February 17, 2015
TIME OF HEARING: 6:30PM
Date January 26, 2015
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE:
That a petition has been filed by: Brian McCormack and Mark Damore Sr to properly rezone to
Commercial (C-i) from the current zoning of Commercial (C-2) the following parcels:
50-21-16-401-602.000-014 820 Lakeshore Drive,
50-21-16-401-524,000-014 824 Lakeshore Drive,
50-21-16-302-453.000-014 817 Lakeshore Drive, and
50-21-16-302-454.000-014 819 Lakeshore Drive.
824 N LAKESHORE DR
11.65' N RR R/W & 20' E SEC LN N 300'
820 LAKESHORE DR
Parking Lot between Papa's & Inn by the Lake
? - Oct. 1997 - Brian S. Mc Cormack
1997, Oct. - 2010, Apr. - Allen Fritz & Steve Spaw -Spaw & Fritz Development
2010, Apr. 2013 - Brian & James Mccormack
BEG 11.65' N OF FORMER RR TH N0E 159.85' TO POB TH N61.20' TH S89-50-40E 300.07' TH S0-03-12E 32.24' ETC'