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Monday, March 1, 2010

My Hometown on Monday - Week 9 - 1963 Business List

1963 Coon Rapids Business List from Coon Rapids Centenniel Book 100 Years Proud (1863-1963)

Sponsors list, Coon Rapids based businesses only:

Garst & Thomas Hybrid Corn Company
Miller-McCarty Chick Co, Inc.
The Garst Company
Coon Rapids Municipal Utilities
Iowa Savings Bank
Keister Lumber Co
Headlee Ford Co
Linn's Feed Service
Malcom & Thompson John Deere Sales & Service
Smouse Jewelry
South Side Pool Hall
Grettenberg Implement Co
Johnson's Station and Tank Wagon
Coon Rapids Plumbing and Heating
Frohlich's Super Valu
Carpenter & Brannan Insurance-Real Estate
Robison Garage
Powers Chevrolet Co
Hagaman Plumbing & Heating
Dr. J. S. Weber, Dentist
Mike's Radio and TV
Keeley Shoe Shop
Community Grain Co
Jack J. Bowman, Auctioneer
Star Beauty Shop, Velma Bowman, Operator
Textors A-G Foods
Garst Store
Iowa-Illinois Telephone Co
Berger Bros. Plumbing & Heating
Bill's Studio
Coon Rapids Enterprise
Coon Rapids Lanes
Shirbroun's Veterinary Clinic
C.A. Johnson, M.D.
Harper's Bakery
Modern Beauty Shop, Jane Crisman, Prop.
G. R. Whisler, D.D.S.
Earl Clark Used Furniture
Frank Cabalka Garage
Coon Rapids Cleaners and Launderers
Cretsinger Service
Jennie's Beauty Shop
North Side Recreation Parlour
Coast-to-Coast Stores
A. H. & H. A. Dorpinghaus, Chiropractors
Don Anderson, Insurance - Farm Loans
Gambles Store
Arnold Brauckman
Vic's Sinclair Service
Roberts Oil Co, Sinclair Distributor
Wallace Service Station, Sinclair
Hague Hatchery
Thorp Farm & Home Supply
South Side Cafe
Buenneke Insurance Agency
Coon Rapids Locker

Families are Forever!  ;-)

1 comment:

  1. I remember many of these businesses. I can picture the stores up and down the 2 or 3 blocks of downtown. My son-in-law is fascinated by the parallel parking in the middle of the street in the downtown area.

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