The Pullman Diner might be what was later called Hogan's Diner. In the early 1900s it was common to turn surplus railroad cars into restaurants, cabins, and other things. Very sturdy, they were often sold at scrap prices, probably with the understanding that the new owner would remove them. 35 cents won't even buy a cup of coffee today.

Frank Molesta served on the school board in 1929, and had a daughter that attended Godwin. There was always a Godwin Heights barber shop it seems, behind the drug store that was once Lameroux's.