The possibility of establishing a bowling alley in Brigham City seemed brighter after a Tuesday night meeting of enthusiasts who hear R. W. Dobbs, Salt Lake City, Brunswick representative for the Intermountain area, explain the costs and operation of such a business.
Also attending the meeting was Perc Peterson, local contractor, who answered questions on the cost and financing of a building to house the establishment.
Most of the 20 men present favored the establishment of a stock company to finance the project and a temporary committee was named to look into the proposal and recommend definite procedures.
Named on this group were Bert Christensen, chairman; Rulon Best, vice chairman; Charles W. Claybaugh, secretary; Ray Reeder, Al Cazier, Eugene Davis and Ralph Williams.
Rach member of the group will explore certain phases of the proposal and the committee will meet Tuesday, August 5 to go over plans an formulate recommendations, Christensen announced.
The possibility of organizing a corporation to build and equip a bowling alley in Brigham City will be explored next Tuesday night at a special meeting called for a purpose, to be held at the Chamber of Commerce rooms over the Box Elder County Bank at 8 pm.
Calling the meeting are Ralph Williams and Bert Christensen, local bowling enthusiasts, who are extending an invitation to all parties interested in the project to attend and take part in the discussion.
Attending will be a representative of the Brunswick Bowling Equipment company who will be able to estimate costs, make recommendations on financing, quote figures on possible return to investors and furnish other information
Also attending will be Pere Peterson who currently is building a bowling alley at Layton approximately the same size as the one proposed for Brigham City and is investigating possible real estate purchases.
A local attorney will attend to explain a possible corporate structure which could be organized to protect investors. This proposed corporation would be formed to finance the purchase of real estate, building and equipment, employ a manager conduct the affairs of the business venture.