In Time for Peach Days the “now open” sign is posted at Brigham City’s new deluxe Rocker Bowlin in the Pertersen Enterprise building at the corner of Main and Fifth North.
Hy and Helen Hazelgren have leased the bowling alley while Monte and Gayle Johnson, all of Salt Lake City, will operate the coffee shop in conjunction.
Eighteen new, complete modern AMF bowling lanes have been installed, equipped, with the latest automatic pinsetter equipment and underground ball returns. Installation of the equipment has been under the supervision of D. J. Wilding, Salt Lake City, representative of Bronfield & Ritter company, Denver.
Each lane also is equipped with Telescores which projects the scores on a screen above the bowlers heads, where it can be seen by viewers seated in the comfortable, raised spectator seats.
Perc and Vern Petersen have served as general contractors for the handsome new business structure which also will house a number of business establishments and professional offices around the central bowling alley. These will be rushed to completion with the view of holding a grand opening of the entire structure sometime this month.
According to the Hazelgrens, a number of leagues already have been lined up to start season play after Labor day including several for women bowlers. It is planned also to have a morning housewives league as well as junior and bantum leagues.