Downtown Pomeroy Building Inventory
Huyette's Kozy Korner -> Kozy Korner -> Doug's
Northwest Corner of Current 23rd and Main Streets
Description: Originally this was Huyette's, owned and operated by James H. and Evelyn Huyette. They sold to Lillian and Larry Lueck in 1968, just prior to the Lower Granite Dam construcion-fueled expansion of Pomeroy.
After the turned over to son Doug in 1993, Doug closed the Kafe and turned the space into a memorabilia display and a couple more service bays. After the Texaco Station closed [in ####], Doug continued business as Doug's Towing.
This photo from July, 2008, shows the location when it was Doug's Towing.
This was the ad from the 1953 Dayton, Pomeroy Waitsburg.
The Kozy Korner Cafe and Texaco was at the east end of town where Main and Villiard come together.
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