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.