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This old bowling alley was built in the early 1900's by Charles Sill. It was called "Tenpin" at that time. Eventually it became Beulah Bowling Center and was open many years. I found bowling results listed in the newspapers as late as 1999. By 2014, it was mostly demolished but part of the building remained as you can see from the comparison photo below. The old alley planks were integrated into Lucky Dog Bar and Grill in 2018, with the wood being used for tables. Good to see some of the old joint was preserved.