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Offenhauser Company at 2201 Telephone Road near 45 South approx 3 blocks north. This company has been here since 1933.

I thought for sure they would have folded years ago but the place is alive and is as busy as ever. When you pass by early in the morning when its still dark, you can see the whole gigantic building lit up brightly. It still looks like 1933. No joke. In a cool way though. Front entry has a 1930-40's type of design. Steel and aluminum panelling like the way the did back then. Apparently they show no signs of slowing down either. I always wanted to walk around inside only got a little past huge gate on side as a teen. It was cavernous. Really reminds one of an aircraft barrack. Check it out on day/early morn. This is old and historic near East End as original as it gets.

http://www.offenhauser.com/index1.htm

There are some handsome silvery metal relief sculptures in Art Deco style on the front of the building near the roof line.

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the sears store on the corner of Harrisburg and wayside had a large mechanical santa during the Christmas season. he was automated and would rock and cry out ho ho ho. you could hear it all over the n

Just looked it up for you guys....it was Carpet World. So obvious, NeneE, after your description of the sign!  

Thanks for the info gnu, it jogged my memory just enough to remember the name "Vic" associated with Carpet World which led me to an obituary for William Blackmon which in turned mentioned his business

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It would be interesting to see which companies in Houston were rivals to Howard Hughes Company near by. Could this have been one of them? We may never know.

When I see the front of Offenhaueser it looks like Howard Hughes could have stood in front for a photo. It has that shimmery, 1930's appearance to it.

Wonder if Schlumberger (across the freeway) had anything to do with this company?

You see how all of these big business's were nearby, that is why this nabe really was like a small village once. Several of the kids we went to school with had parents and grandparents that owned and ran several of the little shops along Telephone Rd from 45 overpass to Dumble where Leonard's was. Most were side by side where Weingarten's was to Fourcade area.

By the late 70's bigger retails put them all out of business and everyone fled or so it seemed. Only a few die hards remain.

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i want those....they are so classy.

Yeah, me too! Sadly, any kind of art or architectural salvage from the Art Deco/Art Moderne era is becoming increasingly scarce and is priced way beyond my pocketbook.

There are still a few small commercial buildings from the '20's/'30's on Telephone and other "Near East End" streets that are truly hidden gems. Most are disguised under multiple layers of fake stucco, paint, cheap siding, bad signs, etc. Obviously, their owners have no knowledge of historic preservation; their education in aesthetics is limited to the study of the color green, as in money.

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There are still a few small commercial buildings from the '20's/'30's on Telephone and other "Near East End" streets that are truly hidden gems.

Though it may not be technically on Telephone, my favorite old commercial building in the area is that old Norman French grocery store with the turret. That building is so cool!

Another favorite is that red brick building on the east side of Telephone, just north of Jefferson (I think?) . I'll bet it used to be a car dealership, since it has these huge arched windows that have unfortunately been filled in. If someone were to open them back up, they'd have a nice light-filled space with a high ceiling. I think it currently houses a beauty shop or nail salon, but I've always thought that building would make a nice restaurant.

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Though it may not be technically on Telephone, my favorite old commercial building in the area is that old Norman French grocery store with the turret. That building is so cool!

Another favorite is that red brick building on the east side of Telephone, just north of Jefferson (I think?) . I'll bet it used to be a car dealership, since it has these huge arched windows that have unfortunately been filled in. If someone were to open them back up, they'd have a nice light-filled space with a high ceiling. I think it currently houses a beauty shop or nail salon, but I've always thought that building would make a nice restaurant.

I lived in Eastwood as a child. The stucco building with the turret housed the ABC Grocery and other shops. I believe it was discussed in another thread.

If memory serves, the red brick building (a favorite of mine, too) was the Superb Laundry and Cleaners. Part of each window opened awning-style for ventilation. It's my guess that, if it's ever restored, the owners will have to haul away tons of contaminated soil. Back in the day, dry-cleaning establishments disposed of dirty solvents every which way - including dumping it out the back door!

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Now this might throw everyone for a curve. The small strip with the turret building was duplicated throughout this area. Not all had a turret but the scheme was along the same idea.

Start at Telephone and Lockwood Drive where the small strip center w/turret is, go north to Polk make a left (1 block) and on Polk at Fashion street is the other very similar strip business center.

It is well kept up. Miracle it is still there. It is near the Knights of Columbus Hall/Bldg. Near the car wash with palms lining the street. Someone, somehow managed to restore and keep this fragment as it was or with minor modernization details. I think it serves as a clinic or resale boutique. This is how old Telephone Road used to look like in its hey day.

I hope you can see this mapquest link.

http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?formt...S&geodiff=1

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Winkler Babtist Church

Located directly behind the present Home Depot and 1 block over on corner of Winkler. This church was built approx 1976 and has a very unique design facing the street. Round building with what is a huge bible opened up with a page turning above the entrance. At least I have not seen another like this in Houston since? Was really neat when it was new and my old best friend attended the school in back. This was where they would send bad kids whose parents had $. They used to pack em in but as with the rest of the area, everyone pulled up roots and headed away from the neighborhood. Church lost $ and now stands as (not sure what).

Side note: This is a very dangerous intersection, site of numerous serious accidents. No stop lights. Scene of my 1st bad accident in this very spot. Anyway this church is only 30 years old. Short life.

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Redeemer located at Lawndale & Jocelyn st. This church has been around since forever. Very surprising to see that many of the long time parishoners still attend services there. It has maintained its orginal design as well. It was placed in a very nice location too. Situated towards the back of the lot when providing the large green space in front with only the brick illuminated sign. Miracle still read in English too. Locked in time but that is a-ok, as long as the people are happy. :D

This is a snippet of what the neighborhood was really like for decades. Hope they hang in there.

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Redeemer located at Lawndale & Jocelyn st. This church has been around since forever. Very surprising to see that many of the long time parishoners still attend services there. It has maintained its orginal design as well. It was placed in a very nice location too. Situated towards the back of the lot when providing the large green space in front with only the brick illuminated sign. Miracle still read in English too. Locked in time but that is a-ok, as long as the people are happy.

This is a snippet of what the neighborhood was really like for decades. Hope they hang in there.

Bat's in your bellfry? :)

The Church of Christ directly across from this church has finally added nice lighting to the bellfry it once had in its "glory days" (no pun intended). Located Lawndale @ Sunnyland. Had been darkened for over maybe 20 years? See it at night and it makes you think you are not in Houston but in Cape Cod or the like. Well with a little imagination.

The commercial building on 45 South @ Broadmoor has been remodeled for the 100th time or so it seems. Ironically the office building smack across the street had been plowed into by an 18 wheeler. Must have freaked out everyone inside. The small building I mention has been there for over 50 years. Once worked as a 15 yrs old kid doing ..urgh telemarketing here. Easy work considering your a teen and just 2 blocks from home. Helping Hands Hospital was the name of the business. Very short lived and has closed and reopened hundreds of times since. Was hoping to see torn down and ...

actually this whole strip of land all the way to Dumble would be an EXCELLENT spot for a mega huge gas station ala Racetrack. Serious. Cannot beleive no developer has grabbed these empty lots for years? The old homes were removed decades ago so its ready to build on.

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The Enterprise Bank building on other side of Eastwood Transit Center or 45 at Dumble street. I do not recall anyone even discussing that side of 45?

This bank building has changed names so many times it's dizzying. :wacko: If memory serves well it was built around 1980ish? Sounds about right since I knew an old HS girlfriend that worked there as soon as it opened. The building itself was a very much welcomed addition and everyone was hoping the trend would continue on that side all the way to Schlumberger then the Texas crash happened and maybe thats what deterred any other ideas of new construction? May never know. That area of streets has always been a mysterious warehouse and trucking distribution area for ages. The streets have neat names like Canada Dry. The carpet place was just recently enlarged so maybe thats a good sign?

Now this area would be a perfect spot for high rise living and would be such a grand sight to see. Residents would have it made as far as proximity to everything, U of H, downtown and beyond. Developers need to revisit and realize the potential for this ideal local. I believe the former Enterprise Bank building is vacant for now.

Imagine if that were converted to living quarter's? Anything is possible! :)

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The Enterprise Bank building on other side of Eastwood Transit Center or 45 at Dumble street. I do not recall anyone even discussing that side of 45?

Now this area would be a perfect spot for high rise living and would be such a grand sight to see. Residents would have it made as far as proximity to everything, U of H, downtown and beyond. Developers need to revisit and realize the potential for this ideal local. I believe the former Enterprise Bank building is vacant for now.

Imagine if that were converted to living quarter's? Anything is possible! :)

Back when all the work was done to the Spur and Calhoun, it made access to that corner a mess. I can't imagine how a conversion to residential could be even remotely cost effective, or attractive. Ideal locale? Essentially, you'd be living in a corner with one way in and out, boxed in by a small freeway interchange and a rail yard. Too many other, better devlelopment opportunities close by if I wanted to live in a light - industrial area.

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Back when all the work was done to the Spur and Calhoun, it made access to that corner a mess. I can't imagine how a conversion to residential could be even remotely cost effective, or attractive. Ideal locale? Essentially, you'd be living in a corner with one way in and out, boxed in by a small freeway interchange and a rail yard. Too many other, better devlelopment opportunities close by if I wanted to live in a light - industrial area.

Very true.

I just realized that this area would be great for U of H to expand the film studios! Since the Channel 8 studio is just across the way it sort of makes sense. Now I can picture a vast building to accomodate local film students and productions. Just a thought. :)

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Hope you don't mind Nena! Thanks to you we finally found a photo of this long forgotten East End theater yep right at Lawndale and 75th!

Still there to this day, although I think it's a church or something. If only it could be restored! Its neat how the evening sunsets on the front as it has for decades. This is real true old Houston history people!

Can't help but wonder when was The Last Picture Show? Ja ja!

Thanks Nena! :D

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Then there was the well known Near EE Don Gordon Theater, home to hundreds of B horror flicks and the early 70's Karate movie craze. All this time we thought the theater was named after some film actor but it was named after the owners two sons! Still there to this day but as a house of worship. Totally remuddled. Just love that old neon! :D

Thanks again Nena!

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Anyone remember this place? Or it's original name? It was an auto import showroom on I45-south, around Fingers & U.of H. The pic is old, taken many yrs. ago, direction is heading north, towards downtown, on 45. Don't know if it's still standing. Liked the "googie-style" roof.

I also remember a taxidermist on the other side, 2 story bldg. with a big picture window, polar bear standing on its hind legs.

P.S. "Happy B-Day" Vertigo58 & Stolitx ! :D

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Anyone remember this place? Or it's original name? It was an auto import showroom on I45-south, around Fingers & U.of H. The pic is old, taken many yrs. ago, direction is heading north, towards downtown, on 45. Don't know if it's still standing. Liked the "googie-style" roof.

I also remember a taxidermist on the other side, 2 story bldg. with a big picture window, polar bear standing on its hind legs.

P.S. "Happy B-Day" Vertigo58 & Stolitx ! :D

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I don't think I ever saw it new, but I would love to see it restored to its Googie glory.

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Anyone remember this place? Or it's original name? It was an auto import showroom on I45-south, around Fingers & U.of H. The pic is old, taken many yrs. ago, direction is heading north, towards downtown, on 45. Don't know if it's still standing. Liked the "googie-style" roof.

Checker Imports. I never visited when it was in that building, but I do remember lusting after Italian convertibles when they moved across the freeway and further south (to what is now the Acemart restaurant supply location).

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Wow! I remember them as a Lancia dealer, but they must have been a TVR dealer, too. TVR is a limited-production British sports-car maker, almost unknown outside gearhead circles.

That would have been a great Houston trivia question!

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Wow! I remember them as a Lancia dealer, but they must have been a TVR dealer, too. TVR is a limited-production British sports-car maker, almost unknown outside gearhead circles.

That would have been a great Houston trivia question!

I remember Lancias and Fiats. Don't know about TVR.

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Thanks Guys, here is the full sign, it did say Checkers in the yellow part. That name does sound familiar to me. And the other names. I also remember the Princes in the corner.

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This just popped up in mind as I passed through Fourcade & Telephone Road intersection (caddy corner from old Rufus Cage School).

Doctor Ballard is back in business! After being gone for decades. He was a local family Dr. in this area for years. Obviously retired but maybe only open for short hours? Gotta say Hi.

In any case this whole section on that block have had numerous business's over the years. That video store (I think ) is still there but there was a printing company housed there and around 1976 there was a hippie guy that ran what was known as a Head Shop on the very end of that row of stores. A place where you could buy black light posters, strobe lights, drug parphenalia? Yep, papers, clips, rocks, bong's and all that other stuff like incents and Mr Zig Zag T-shirt's & High Times Magazine's. What! :o

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We obviously didn't care for that but we used to always chat with the hippie guy about concerts coming to town and junk. I really cannot recall the name of his store. I was a miracle he opened this place since there were still plenty of old timer redneck types still around this nabe. They surely must have frowned down on his pad. Maybe thats why he closed after a short time? So Near East End once had its own little Head Shop. :)

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Well everyone from the old East End, I am afraid there will be more notable structures about to bite dust in a clean sweep in the next few months/year.

Tune in to the Metro / Brown Line topic and see the latest. We realize change is inevitable and that some not all can be saved but all we can do is sit and watch now. :mellow:

Now, where's my life vest? 1st Class Passengers first... right?

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Offenhauser Company at 2201 Telephone Road near 45 South approx 3 blocks north. This company has been here since 1933.

I thought for sure they would have folded years ago but the place is alive and is as busy as ever. When you pass by early in the morning when its still dark, you can see the whole gigantic building lit up brightly. It still looks like 1933. No joke. In a cool way though. Front entry has a 1930-40's type of design. Steel and aluminum panelling like the way the did back then. Apparently they show no signs of slowing down either. I always wanted to walk around inside only got a little past huge gate on side as a teen. It was cavernous. Really reminds one of an aircraft barrack. Check it out on day/early morn. This is old and historic near East End as original as it gets.

http://www.offenhauser.com/index1.htm

Offenhauser was (is?) a metal fabricating company. It would not surprise me to learn that the sculptural frieze on their building was manufactured by the company itself. They do very specialized fabricating e.g. archtectural metal for handrail and stairs etc. I happen to know this because in another life I was the QC manager for a pressure vessel manufacturer and we had them form a steel conical section for one of our vessels. The company was related to (maybe identical with) the company that made the engine blocks for Indy racers in the '50's '60's (?). These were the famous Offy engines that dominated the Indianapolis 500 for a long time.

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Anyone remember this place? Or it's original name? It was an auto import showroom on I45-south, around Fingers & U.of H. The pic is old, taken many yrs. ago, direction is heading north, towards downtown, on 45. Don't know if it's still standing. Liked the "googie-style" roof.

I also remember a taxidermist on the other side, 2 story bldg. with a big picture window, polar bear standing on its hind legs.

P.S. "Happy B-Day" Vertigo58 & Stolitx ! :D

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no longer there. :(

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Hope you don't mind Nena! Thanks to you we finally found a photo of this long forgotten East End theater yep right at Lawndale and 75th!

Still there to this day, although I think it's a church or something. If only it could be restored! Its neat how the evening sunsets on the front as it has for decades. This is real true old Houston history people!

Can't help but wonder when was The Last Picture Show? Ja ja!

Thanks Nena! :D

must have been sometimes in the late 70's.

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must have been sometimes in the late 70's.

That was the old AvaLawn (I believe that was the spelling) theater. It was demolished last year if memory serves. To its left was a doctor's office and other small businesses and to the left of them the Chuck Shack, to the right was the old Mading's Drug Store (then Mading-Dugan, then Rexall, then Eckerd and now a vision center(?)).

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That was the old AvaLawn (I believe that was the spelling) theater. It was demolished last year if memory serves. To its left was a doctor's office and other small businesses and to the left of them the Chuck Shack, to the right was the old Mading's Drug Store (then Mading-Dugan, then Rexall, then Eckerd and now a vision center(?)).

the old eckard space is now an amegy bank. at first eckard moved across the street to a new building. then cvs purchased eckard back in the day. so now it's still a cvs.

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Talking to a couple of the older residents of the neighborhood they tell the story of a lady who was married to the old principal of Austin HS. Apparently the two of them bought quite a few homes in Broadmoor and rented them out but did no repairs to any of the properties that they accumulated. I tried contacting her myself but was ignored, I would need to find her name but she is older and owns a lot of land or did two years ago here in Broadmoor.

I could be wrong (it happened once before...) but I would say that would be Mrs. Edna Mae Goettee, who was married to James H. Goettee, principal at AHS from 1949 until 1966, then assistant superintendent in charge of secondary schools of the HISD from 1966 until he retired in 1972. Goettee was superintendent of the Spring schools from 1933 to 1938. He died 17 Jul 1986.

Edna was still alive in 2009 - she was born 6 Sep 1916, so would be 95 or so now. She taught at Henderson Elementary, and was later principal there. She was my first grade teacher!

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Wow, Nick, nice story. Would love to have had a visit with your teacher, or read an interview. Imagine the stories she could tell.

On a separate note, I recall the sign on that Imported Auto Showroom/ shop spelled "Chequer", a European (British?) spelling, no doubt.

It's detected in the photo I submitted in an earlier post, if you look really hard.

It always bugged me, growing up, thinking about how it was mis-spelled, not understanding, as a kid.

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Winkler Babtist Church

Located directly behind the present Home Depot and 1 block over on corner of Winkler. This church was built approx 1976 and has a very unique design facing the street. Round building with what is a huge bible opened up with a page turning above the entrance. At least I have not seen another like this in Houston since? Was really neat when it was new and my old best friend attended the school in back. This was where they would send bad kids whose parents had $. They used to pack em in but as with the rest of the area, everyone pulled up roots and headed away from the neighborhood. Church lost $ and now stands as (not sure what).

Side note: This is a very dangerous intersection, site of numerous serious accidents. No stop lights. Scene of my 1st bad accident in this very spot. Anyway this church is only 30 years old. Short life.

 

Just noticed this post. The actual name of the church was the Freeway Baptist Church. I attended this church from the early 1960's until the 1970's. The church is still in existence and is now located just south of the Beltway next to the little league fields. The pastor was originally Jack Bridges, then Scotty Alexander and finally (for me) Granville LaForge.

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the sears store on the corner of Harrisburg and wayside had a large mechanical santa during the Christmas season. he was automated and would rock and cry out ho ho ho. you could hear it all over the neighborhood. it was about 1949 or so when I would press my face up against the corner window looking at all the toys in that window. I think the talking santa didn't last long because the neighbors didn't like the ho ho ho. I grew up and later retired from the telephone co. across the street from sears. the corner was a very classic 40-50s area of Houston. I miss those days as a kid and the classic time in which I lived.

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On April 6, 2007 at 5:30 PM, OldHouseLover said:

Anyone remember these:

Robert Hall Clothier on Harrisburg

Deli on Telephone [@ Pease]

Felix Mexican Restraunt on Telephone

Rainbo Bakery & thrift bakery across st. [now city water dept]

"Filling"/Service station on Telephone near present "pay day" loan bldg

Beautiful Church that was on Wayside where present Elem. School is now located [Methodist} Near

Fiesta

Photo company in 4800 blk Gulf Fwy. Bldg abandoned for yrs.

Italian Grocery on Lockwood near Harrisburg.

K-Mart on Telephone previously was Globe Discount.

Busch Stadium on Cullen @ Fwy-where Fingers now located. With Prince's across Cullen vision the traffic:)

Old post I know but just saw this....

K-Mart on Telephone previously was Globe Discount.

When was this? It was always a Kmart as far as I can remember (early 70s into the 90s)

Globe was over on Woodridge where Lowe's is now. 

To add to this, I do remember that church near Fiesta but do you remember the church in front of Gulfgate on Winkler?

Remember Sage on Winkler (its some kind of school now I think)

The center at the Wayside/Marcario Garcia (remember when that street was renamed) split with the Dunkin Donuts, Taco Bell (i worked there in the months before we moved down Wayside in 1994), there were 2 other food places back in the day that there i don't remember, I think one was a barbecue place. There was also a gas/service station there. 

 

 

 

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The church on Winkler was Woodridge Baptist Church. I went there a couple of times as a kid before my parents decided to become members at Freeway Baptist a few blocks west on Winkler.

 

The donut shop at the Wayside split was built in the late '60's early '70's. I went there as a kid, well before your time there in the '90's.

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I went to that Dunkin Donuts, too, in the late '60s to 70's. Bright Orange and Bright pink/purple deco. 

 

There was a long, sleek shopping center across from Woodridge Baptist Church. It had a carpet company with a very cool sixties space age / planet blinking sign near the street, was multi-colored. There was an Olan Mills portrait studio there, too. The center was similar to the Lawndale Weingarten's little strip center (still there).

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I had forgotten about the carpet store in that center. Now that you mention it, I went to that carpet store with my parents and I believe that we actually bought the first carpet for our house from that store.

 

If I remember correctly that carpet store had an ad on television, however, I can't remember the name of the store. It might have incorporated the owner's name into the business name.

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Do you remember exactly where the carpet store was located, in the strip center? I thought it was on the right, when viewed from Winkler (historic aerial maps and google/earth) but it looks like that is where the restaurant would have been. Maybe the left corner? There's also a smaller version on this sleek 50's building next to it. I could be very off...A six or 7 yr old's memory can be mistaken in the details. As for the carpet business name, I haven't a clue. I can remember that sign, like it was yesterday. Greens, yellows, oranges, reds... flashing, typical, cool neon for that time period. Round green planet circle with colored sticks jutting out and smaller colored circles inset. Aerials show the two buildings were both built prior to or in 1953. Didn't realize they were that old. The aerial maps are interesting, you can trace the path of Plum Creek, flowing under the church and Gulfgate parking lots. The large tree behind Wendy's is probably a remnant from the wooded area lining the bayou, prior to all the construction. The size of it always caught my eye. Those old apartments had some big trees, too. The animal hospital north of this corner on Winkler still has the 60's river rock facade, nice. 

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Thanks for the info gnu, it jogged my memory just enough to remember the name "Vic" associated with Carpet World which led me to an obituary for William Blackmon which in turned mentioned his business partner Vic Vitaro and that is the name I remember for the carpet store "Vic Vitaro's Carpet World".

 

I do believe that we bought the first carpeting for our house from this business and that they advertised on television.

 

NenaE, I also picture the store at the right end, however, that would certainly be tenuous.

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Ok, I remember that sign, too. I believe the bottom had a red background with white letters, blue planet, green spherical circles. It's not the one I was picturing at that location. But, I may be getting them mixed up. Nice ad!     

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