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Circas listed are the earliest I have located

LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER





Photograph in St Joseph Museum
Unknown Location

Unknown location






1st WARD GAS STATION
UNKNOWN ADDRESS ON ST JOSEPH AVENUE

Circa: 1930's
Unknown location on St Joseph Avenue






UNKNOWN SERVICE STATION
St Joseph Avenue

This house used to be a gas station - no address on St Joseph Ave or station name
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes






UNKNOWN SERVICE STATION
5707 Lake Avenue

This used to be a gas station - no name
Currently a used car lot
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes






UNKNOWN SERVICE STATION
Hwy 6 & Riverside Road

Was located on the southwest Corner of Old Hwy 6 & Riverside Road
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes






UNKNOWN SERVICE STATION
1212 South Belt

Was located on the northwest corner of Belt & Mitchell
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes






UNKNOWN PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE STATION
Old Highway 36 & Riverside Road

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Anderson

ANDERSON STANDARD
1601 St Joseph Avenue

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




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APCO SERVICE
St Joseph Ave & County Line Rd

This APCO service station was located at the end of St Joseph Ave where it splits with one highway heading for the Country Club Village area
In 1961, this station was originally owned by Virgil Townsend
Virgil Townsend also owned the Green Tree Tavern
The older sister, Ramona Townsend, worked the station along with her brothers Mike and Pat Townsend
The station was later sold to Calvin Calhoun

Photo #1 - the closed & empty station as it sits in 2013
Photo #2 - Calvin Calhoun with one of his pump globes
Photo #3 - Apco Station getting it ready to open in 1961
Photos #1 & 2 submitted by Rodney Keyes
Photo #3 - submitted by Butch & Dea Allen
Some information was submitted by Butch & Dea Allen






Circa 1980
APCO SERVICE
2325 North Belt Highway

Photo - 1980 St Joseph News Press advertisement






ARCHIE GRACE SKELLY STATION
KELLEY & SONS MINI QUARRY
3321 South 22nd St

For many years Archie Grace Skelly operated here
Kelley purchased the station and eventually it was closed
Kelley continued selling gravel, sand and rock out of his mini quarry long after the gas station had closed
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




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BANKERS STANDARD STATION
Circa 1949
MOBIL GAS STATION
6629 Memorial Highway (US 59)

My father ran this station when I was 5 years old (1949)
I may be wrong but I thought it was a Mobil station, I do not know who owned the station
That's me in the light pants, the kid name of Roger next to me hit me between the eyes with a toy metal rake. We lived in the little trailer in the background

Photo #1 submitted by Rodney Keyes
Photo #2 me and Roger playing in a sand box
Photo #3 submitted by Rodney Keyes
Photo #4 submitted by Rodney Keyes




BEATTIE'S GATES STATION
RFD 3




Circa 1955
BEER'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION
5326 Lake Avenue






BELT HI-WAY DX & CAFE
Belt & Mitchell Avenue

This DX station was located on the northeast corner of Belt & Mitchell Avenue
Currently Klein Motors occupies the lot




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Circa 1955
BEN CLAYTON SERVICE STATION
3510 Pear Street

Located at 3510 Pear Street, also known as US Highway 59
In the mid 1960's, Clayton still had an operating nickel Coca-Cola machine, it was the only one left in town
When Clayton retired, the old station was torn down and this new station replaced the old one






BENNETT'S SINCLAIR
6054 King Hill Avenue

A modern station and convenience store now occupies the address
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes






BENNETT'S SERVICE STATION
HUFFMAN AUTO SERVICE
221 E. Hyde Park Ave.

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




BILL AND BOB'S TRUCK STOP
Belt Highway & Pacific






Bill & Jim's Phillip 66
Virgil's Phillip 66
AutoGlass Center
1802-1804 Frederick Avenue

Currently Autoglass Center
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




BLACKWELL SERVICE CENTER
2999 BLACKWELL ROAD




BLANTON & SHREVE SERVICE
2120 Mitchell Avenue




BOB'S CHAMPLIN SERVICE
4215 St Joseph Avenue







Circa 1955
BODE'S TRUCK STOP & RESTAURANT
1710 South Belt Highway

South Belt Highway between Mitchell and US 36
This truck stop was an all white building that was located on the west side of the Belt Highway between Mitchell Avenue and the new US 36 highway
It was directly across from South Belt Pizza Hut, a car lot is now at that location
They had great food, I hated to see them close down
Photo: Advertisement for their fried chicken




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BONUS ISLE GAS STATION
2624 Messanie Street

Operated by CJ Bozarth in the 1960's
The station is now gone
Photo #2 - Mike Bozarth, CJ's son




Circa 1955
BOTTORFF D-X SUPER SERVICE STATION
502 Jules Street




Bozarth1 Bozarth2

BOZARTH TEXACO
1301 Frederick Avenue

The last owner of this full service station was Mike Bozarth
In the 1960's, his father, CJ Bozarth, operated the Bonus Isle station at 26th & Messanie just east of Kwik Carry Out
Photo #1 submitted by Rodney Keyes







Circa 1955
BROWN'S CONOCO STATION
WALTER JENNINGS DX
2910 St Joseph Avenue

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
BRUMMER & WALDROFF OIL CO
501 South 4th




Circa 1955
BRUNER SERVICE STATION
3601 Frederick Avenue




Budnek

Circa 1955
BUDNEK SERVICE STATION
10th & Mitchell
1229 Mitchell Avenue

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




BUCKEY SERVICE STATION
SKELLY
26th & Frederick Avenue




BUNDY'S SERVICE STATION
26th & Frederick Avenue






Circa 1950
BURTON'S APCO SERVICE
Circa 1970
CULVER'S APCO SERVICE
HARRY CROUSE USED CARS
1901 St Joseph Avenue

Listed as Burton's in 1950 city directory
Listed as Culver's in 1970 city directory




CACY'S GULF SERVICE
3420 South 22nd Street






IZER GARAGE
CALHOUN SERVICE
South 22nd

Calhoun Service and garage
Located south of Galvin's on South 22nd Street
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
CARL'S SERVICE STATION
RFD 4




CARRTOWN SERVICE STATION
TEXACO
Junction Highways 71 & 169






Circa 1955
CATON SERVICE STATION
4406 King Hill

In 1953, Marcus Caton was the owner
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
CAWLEY SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION
Faucett, Mo.




CHARLEY & KEN'S GULF SERVICE
524 South 22nd Street




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CHESSER APCO
1001 South 22nd

When I got my 1st car in 1960, my $35 1952 Plymouth got a flat tire often
Bob Chesser would let me use his tire changer tools to repair my tires, only charging me for the patch. I doubt any business today would let someone do such
In later years, he later moved his station to Belt & Blackwell Road
Photo #2 submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
CHRISTENSEN SERVICE STATION
Highway 71 & Blackwell Road




CITIES SERVICE OIL
3rd & Sacramento




Clingan

CLINGAN SERVICE STATION
STANDARD OIL
1202 Jules Street

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Clark Oil1 Clark Oil2 Clark Oil3

CLARK SUPER 100
2201 Frederick Avenue

The original Clark office building is still standing
Numerous used car lots have occupied the lot since Clark closed
The night time photo shown is the Clark Super 100 at 16th & Mitchell Avenue



Clark Oil1 Clark Oil2 Clark Oil3

CLARK SUPER 100
16th & Mitchell Avenue

The old Clark Oil lot is currently a used car lot
Even though the pumps are gone, the office still stands

Photo #1 - The Clark station at 16th & Mitchell
Photo #2 - As it looks in 2014
Photo #3 - submitted by Greg Ogletree




Circa 1955
CLAYTON SERVICE STATION
3510 Pear




Circa 1955
CLINGAN SERVICE STATION
1202 Jules Street




COLVIN'S TEXACO SERVICE
1624 South 4th Street




Circa 1955
COOK'S SERVICE STATION
4125 King Hill Avenue




COUNTRY CLUB SUPER SERVICE
6101 St Joseph Avenue




Bunton

JOSEPH REICH SINCLAIR
COWART & MALSON SINCLAIR
BUNTON SINCLAIR & TOWING
1525 Garfield

This station was originally owned by Joseph Reich
He built the station sometime in the early 1950's
It was a full service Sinclair gas station
You could get your engine overhauled there
It was sold sometime in the 1970's
Cowart & Malson Service was also a full service Sinclair station
Bunton Sinclair and towing was the last owner
The service station closed in the 1980's after Bunton's death
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




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Circa 1955
CRISWELL OIL COMPANY
917 South 9th Street

Was located between Olive and Lafayette on South 9th Street
Currently an automotive repair shop




CULVER'S APCO SERVICE
1630 South 6th Street




Circa 1955
CUNNINGHAM AUTO SERVICE
1015 Mitchell Avenue




Cunningham Mobil

CUNNINGHAM SERVICE STATION
MOBILGAS
22nd & Messanie

This station was located on the northwest corner of 22nd & Messanie
Since closing many years ago, it has been used for holding auctions
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
DANIEL CITIES SERVICE STATION
22nd & Messanie




Circa 1955
DANNY & SONS
22nd & Lafayette




Davis Auto

DAVIS AUTO
1925 St Joseph Avenue

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Dan DX

DAVIS DX HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
22nd & Olive Street

Located on the west side of 22nd from Olive Street to Lafayette Street
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




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Circa 1955
DEWEY & WHITTINGTON CONOCO
VAUGHN ESTES CONOCO
519-525 Jules Street
Demolished during Urban Renewal

In 1925, George Dewey & his partner Whittington opened this Conoco station
The station was located at 519-525 Jules Street
They also owned Dewey & Whittington parking lot at 303 North 6th
Sometime between 1963 and 1970 the station was sold to Vaughn Estes
After the sale of the station, it became Vaughn Estes Conoco Service Station
The entire block was replaced with the new Missouri State Office complex

Photo #1 - Photo of when it was Estes Conoco
Photo #2 - 1960 Dewey & Whittington Conoco invoice
Photo #3 - The man in the coveralls is Mr. Dewey
Photo #4 - George Dewey shoveling snow off the drive
Photo #5 - commemorating Dewey & Whittington since 1925
Photo #6 - 1962 statement made out to Wm Wyeth III
Photo #7 - 1975 listing for Vaughn Estes Conoco
Photos #2,3,4,5,6 submitted by Charlotte Carpenter (Dewey's great-neice)




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Circa 1955
DICK BROTHERS SERICE
MIKE'S AUTO CENTER
LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA
Ashland Avenue & Karnes Road

Ashland Avenue & Karnes Road
Originally, this was Dick Brothers Service
The station office is the small building in photo #1, it had only 2 gas pumps
The pumps have been gone for quite a few years
Numerous businesses have been in this building since Dick Brothers
Mike's Auto Center was a used car lot
One company sold remote starters for cars, don't rem the name
It is still the same structure, it was just modified in 2013 when Little Casesars bought the property
It was a major improvement, a great move for Little Caesars
Photo #2 - 2013 photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Dick French Champlin1 Dick French Champlin2 Dick French Champlin3

DICK FRENCH CHAMPLIN
BOB'S AUTO REPAIR
1817 South 10th
(10th & Jackson)

This was a great full service station, Dick had a 24 hour towing service & a 2 bay garage for repairs
I called Dick one very cold, snowy, wintery night sometime after 1 a.m. in the morning telling him that my car died and we were stranded. He came promptly to get us, towed our car to his garage and repaired it on the spot - try to get someone to fix your car at 1 or 2 a.m. today
Great stations & owners like this are very rare in today's world
Mrs. French closed the station after Dick's death in the early 1980's




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DOWNTOWN SKELLY STATION
501 Jules
Demolished during Urban Renewal
This gas station was located east of Buchanan Court House
A city parking lot replaced the structure during Urban Renewal




Circa 1955
DUFFY'S DX STATION
11th & Garfield Avenue




Circa 1955
DUKE & FEIDEN SERVICE STATION
406 Cherokee






DUNNIHOO SERVICE STATION
22nd & Mitchell Avenue

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes






DUTCHER'S SERVICE
Highway 59 & County Rd 360

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




DYKES & GUST SERVICE STATION
RFD 1




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Circa 1955
ECONOMY OIL
8th & Monterey





Ervin1 2

Circa 1955
ERVIN STANDARD STATION
DON SMITH ASHLAND STANDARD
Frederick & Ashland

Located on the northeast corner of Frederick & Ashland
Was the home of Maid-rite for many years
Currently the home of Crumbly Burger
Photo #1 - Current photo of Crumbly Burger
Photo #2 - Photo of Don Smith's Tow Truck





Circa 1955
EVANS & SON PHILLIP 66 SERVICE STATION
1415 South Belt Highway






EWING'S SERVICE STATION
2615 St Joseph Avenue





Circa 1955
FAGAN'S SERVICE STATION
2544 South 10th Street






FARBER'S SERVICE STATION
Lake & Illinois







FINA SERVICE STATION
22nd & Slyvanie

Back in 1961, there was a Fina Station located on the SW corner of 22nd & Slyvanie advertising that PINK AIR was coming to their stations in 1966
Pink air never happened, the station was torn down and a used car lot has occupied the area ever since






FINISH LINE 66
11th & Garfield







FIRESTONE TIRE CENTER
19th & Frederick Avenue





FOBAIR SERVICE STATION
722 South 8th Street




Barry

FRANK BARRY SERVICE
1201 Garfield

Many businesses have occupied this little building over the years, including restaurants & a Maid-Rite
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




FRANKS MOBILGAS SERVICE STATION
St Joseph Ave & Middleton




FRANKS MOBILGAS SERVICE STATION
2214 Frederick Avenue

Previously this was Ritter Service Station




Circa 1955
FRANK'S STANDARD SERVICE STATION
6th & Atchison Street




Frogge

FROGGE'S GAS STATION
2028 South 10th St

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




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FROG-HOP GAS
Belt & Pickett Road

Frank Frogge founded both the station and the original Frog Hop Ballroom
Birdie and Mac Heerlein ran the station during the 1940s
Delbert and Eileen Spalding managed the station in 1951 and ran it for 42 years
This station was located at Belt & Pickett Road
The original station was damaged during a storm and was replaced by a smaller structure
They always had gas for less and for a small station, sure did a lot of business
After being closed for many years, the structure was torn down in 2011

Photo #1 - The original Frog-Hop Gas station
Photo #2 - Newspaper photo
Photo #3 - Delbert and Eileen Spalding
Photo #4 - Delbert and Eileen Spalding
Photo #5 - Taken just before razing in 2011
Photo #9 - Map & info on Frog Hop Ballrooms and Station




GENE'S SKELLY SERVICE STATION
10th & Garfield




GENEVA'S SERVICE & CAFE
602 South 4th






GERBER SERVICE STATION
K Highway & St Joseph Avenue

Located at the intersection of K Highway & St Joseph Avenue
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
GIRARD SERVICE STATION
RFD 1




GLENN GLANCY CONOCO
22nd & Messanie




GRACE SERVICE STATION
SKELLY
3301 South 22nd Street




Gulf Gas Station

GULF GAS STATION
4th & Franklin Streets

Photo taken in 1971
Photo submitted by Rick Stafford




Herbison1 Herbison2

Circa 1955
H & S SUPER SERVICE STATION
JIM HERBISON STANDARD
LARRY'S STANDARD
1302 South Belt Highway

Located on the southwest corner of Belt Highway & Mitchell Avenue
This station always had the highest price gas in town but they had great service & repairs
When Larry died, no one reopened the station. It has been sitting empty for many years
As of January 2015, the building is still empty and standing
Photo #1 submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
HALLER'S MASTER STATION
5th & Jules Street




Circa 1955
HAROLD'S SERVICE STATION
3606 Frederick Avenue




HATHAWAY SERVICE STATION
501 South 7th Street






Circa 1955
HAWKINS SERVICE STATION
Valley & Memorial Highway

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
HAWKINS SERVICE STATION
Highway 275




heckel

HECKEL TEXACO
HERCILE'S TEXACO
SEEBURG MUFFLER
2345 Mitchell Avenue

In the 1980's, Steve Hadorn opened Seeburg Muffler shop at this location
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




HENDRA'S SERVICE STATION
King Hill Avenue & Valley




HERB'S COUNTRY STORE
3606 Frederick Avenue






HERING SERVICE STATION
Lake Ave & Cherokee

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




hines

Circa 1955
HINES SERVICE STATION
HINES BODY SHOP
1902 Mitchell Avenue

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
HISKEY STANDARD SERVICE STATION
1601 St Joseph Avenue




Circa 1955
HISKEY STANDARD SERVICE STATION
3715 Frederick Avenue




HOFFMAN'S CHAMPLIN STATION
3606 Frederick Avenue





Holtsclaw Standard Station
1125 Mitchell Ave

Owners: Ernest & Gordon Holtsclaw
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




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ALPH HOLZHAUSER SERVICE STATION
4125 King Hill Avenue

Photo #3 Alph Holzhauser (in the white shirt), taken about 1948
Photo #3 submitted by Alph Holzhauser's niece, Sally Hubbard





HOME OIL GAS STATION
3313 South Old 169 Hwy

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes






THE HOME OIL COMPANY
915 Atchison





HRENCHIR BROTHERS SERVICE
722 South 8th Street




HUDSON OIL CO
4th & Monterey




HUGHS BROTHERS SERVICE
Belt & Mitchell




Circa 1955
HY-WAY SUPER SERVICE
Memorial Highway




IMMEL AUTO SERVICE
120 South 4th
Demolished during Urban Renewal




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Circa 1930's
IMPERIAL OIL
811 S 6th St

Owned and operated by Jim Loveless and his son Bruce
Bruce allowed me to photograph some of the Imperial photos that he had framed in his office
The photos ranged from the early 1930's to the 1980's
This is still Imperial Oil
The structure has been modified but it is still in the same location






IMPERIAL OIL
22nd & Olive St

This was originally Imperial Oil.
It has changed hands several times and it's appearance has changed very much over the years
On the south end of the building, located close to the street once was a small Qwik Carry Out building






Circa 1955
IZER STANDARD
CHEQUER STANDARD
5500 Illinois Avenue
(King Hill & Illinois)

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




JACKSON CITIES SERVICE
22nd & Messanie




Circa 1955
JAMES OIL COMPANY
4th & Patee




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Circa 1955
JESSE JAMES GAS STATION
803 South Belt Highway
JESSE JAMES MOTEL
807 South Belt Highway
JESSE JAMES HOUSE

Back in 1958, Jesse James House, Jesse James Motel and Jesse James Gas Station were all located at one location
All three were located at South Belt & Locust
The house had been moved from 13th & Lafayette to the Belt Highway location and resided beside the Motel and gas station
A 50 cent admission was charged to go inside of the house
Jesse James house was moved once again to it's present home at the Patee Museum at 12th & Penn
The motel and service station were later torn down and Union Pharmacy was constructed on the site

Photo #1 - Jesse James Motel
Photo #2 - Business card for the Jesse James Gas Station
Photo #3 - Moving of the James house to the Belt Highway location
Photo #4 - Moving of the James house to the Patee House location
Photo #5 - Jesse James House at Belt Highway location
Photo #6 - Jesse James Motel matchbook cover
Photo #7 - Life Magazine photo of Jesse James house moved to the Belt Highway




Circa 1955
JOE REISCH SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION
1525 Garfield Avenue




Circa 1955
JOHNSTON SERVICE STATION
RFD 2




JONES TEXACO SERVICE STATION
1624 South 4th Street




Circa 1955
JUNCTION 66 SERVICE STATION
Belt & Frederick Avenue




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JUNCTION AUTOMOTIVE
CONOCO SERVICE
5511 Lake Avenue
(Lake & Indiana Avenue)

Dick & Nate Waisblum were the owners and operators of this service station
Annigian's Auto Sales currently occupies the building & property

The following information was provided by Greg Wain, grandson of Nate Waisblum
Junction Automotive Service was located at Lake and Indiana Avenues. It was owned and operated by Nate Waisblum. Nate Waisblum was my grandfather. I worked and played there as a kid until we sold it all off back in the mid-1990's




Circa 1955
KANSAS MISSOURI SALES
1902 South 4th Street




KASMO NORTH END SERVICE STATION
3132 St Joseph Ave






KEITH'S SERVICE STATION
2701 St Joseph Avenue
TEXACO

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes






KELLER GAS STATION
US 36 Highway
(now Highway 6)

The lad standing by the pumps was Daniel W Keller
It was located on old US Highway 36 almost in front of Horseshoe Lake
The photo was taken in the early 1940's, before he hit the beach at Normandy
The station belonged to his father J H Keller whom later started Keller Construction

Information was provided by Dan Keller, son of Daniel W Keller






KELLY'S SERVICE STATION
3323 South 22nd Street

Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes




Circa 1955
KERNS MOBILE STATION
9th & Mitchell Avenue

Roger Kern's father owned this station as well as a Conoco at 1917 Mitchell




Kern's Conoco1 Kern's Conoco2

KERNS CONOCO
1917 Mitchell Avenue

Located at 1917 Mitchell Avenue, this station was built in 1921
Roger Kerns' father acquired the station in the early 1960's
Roger took over the ownership around 1964 and operated it until 2004
He sold it to Rick Reed, who has the operation today
The above picture shows Roger Kerns at the pump on the left, and Rick Reed on the right
It may very well be the last full service station, and I think also, the oldest continuously operated gas station in town

Description submitted by Ron Vestal
Photo submitted by Rodney Keyes






Circa 1930
KING HILL OIL
King Hill & Lake Boulevard






KING'S SERVICE STATION
3001 Pear

Photo taken in 2013 by Rodney Keyes




KUSCH'S TEXACO
1624 South 4th Street




Circa 1955
KUSCHELL TEXACO SERVICE STATION
RFD 4




LADEROUTE'S SKELLY
SERVICE STATION
10th & Garfield




Circa 1955
TOBY LAWRENCE SERVICE STATION
2420 Frederick Avenue




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Circa 1955
TOBY LAWRENCE CITIES SERVICE
DON LAWRENCE GULF SERVICE
DON LAWRENCE AMOCO
8th & Mitchell

This service station is located on the NE corner of 8th & Mitchell
Note the old auto carrier truck in the 1st photo. It only held four new cars
Trolley lines are visible in photo #1 as they turn the corner heading east on Mitchell
It was originally Toby Lawrence Cities Service station
Don Lawrence took it over as a Gulf Service station
It later became a full service AMOCO station
After Don Lawrence's passing, his son Dan took over the station
After Dan Lawrence's passing, the station closed
As of 2015, the station still sits empty and is closed
Photo #4 submitted by Rodney Keyes




Roberts Gas Station

Circa 1950
LEO ROBERTS GAS STATION
3302 South Belt Highway

Hey! Great gas prices in 1955!!
Built in 1950 by Dara Griffin's grandfather, Leo Roberts, this gas station was located on the Northwest corner of South Belt Highway (Then Hwy 71) and Pear
The property is the present home of Car City Chrysler Rental
The block building located in the background was torn down, the grounds leveled out and is now the present home of South Belt Taco Bell
The house sitting up on the upper left hand corner, was moved off its foundation and relocated on 29th street south of Mitchell Ave.
Photo submitted by Dara Griffin




LYLE'S AUTO SERVICE
315-317 North 3rd Street

Currently a large parking lot is at this location




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