“Saint John Nepomuk Chapel at 12th and Lafayette in Saint Louis will be holding their world-famous Goulash Festival on Suncay, November 4 from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. Enjoy homemade goulash and noodles or baked chicken with sides, dessert, coffee or tea for just $9.00 for adults and $5.00 for kids. There will be fun and games and tours of our historic church (est. 1854). There’s no Rams game this Sunday so why not join us?”
From Tonya Pike:
I’m going to apologize upfront for the length of this post, but there are several things to tell. Pursuant to postings on this e-group a couple weeks back, I attended the meeting Friday with the US Postal Service to discuss the fate of the post office in Shelden’s Market at Devils Elbow, Missouri.
There is good news and bad news to report:
First, there apparently has been a change of heart in the US Postal Service since the meetings last year about the Avilla, Missouri post office. The USPS has finally come to understand that the post offices in these small, rural communities are the lifeblood of the community – and the communities are not going to let them go without a fight. The USPS has greatly backed down from its planned closure agenda.
The bad news is that the USPS is still having financial issues, and must revamp operations to become more financially-solvent. This means finding ways to cut costs - especially in the small, rural post offices.
To that end, a survey has been issued to the citizens of Devils Elbow, offering four solutions for their post office. The first option is to leave the post office as-is, but reduce the window hours to four hours a day, Monday thru Friday. Saturday hours would stay the same as they are now. This is the most favored option, and leaves the greatest amount of postal services in place. 95% of the surveys already filled out had voted for this option.
The second option is do a “discontinuance study” and move all postal operations to roadside delivery. The delivering postman then would provide most all of the services now offered thru the post office at Shelden’s Market, and no one in Devils Elbow would be able to have a post office box at the store anymore. This is not a favored option because no one is comfortable leaving money for stamps or money orders in their mailbox, nor does anyone want to sit home all day and wait on the postman to arrive. Less than 3% of the people filling out the survey already had voted for this option.
The third option is to still do a “discontinuance study” and find a suitable alternative location to move the postal operations too. Since the post office at Devils Elbow is already located in Shelden’s Market, this option simply makes no sense. Furthermore, there are only 2 bars and a canoe rental at Devils Elbow, none of which provide any better location for the post office than Shelden’s Market. No one completing the survey thus far had voted for this option.
The fourth option is to do the “discontinuance study”, close the post office, and move all postal operations to another postal location. The next closest post office is in St. Robert, Missouri, over seven miles away. Devils Elbow residents are not fond of this option either. No one wants to have to drive further from home to do their postal business. Like option 3, no one thus far had voted for this option either.
This meeting was conducted by Michael R. Darling, Manager of Post Office Operations out of the Springfield, Missouri post office. Unlike the other meetings I’ve attended in the past year regarding post office closures, this meeting was pretty calm. Darling even commented at the end at how much he appreciated how professionally the citizens of Devils Elbow conducted themselves, as some of the meetings he’d conducted had turned very ugly. Well over 80 of the towns 157 postal customers were in attendance at the 4 p.m. meeting.
Unlike a year ago, it is now up to Mr. Darling, not the Devils Elbow post office staff, to make recommendations as to what is to happen to the post office at Devils Elbow after this meeting with the community. He will develop a “Post Plan” that will detail what he believes should happen to the post office. He stated that it was his desire to leave as much intact as possible, wherever possible.
I raised the point that cutting the hours of operation at Devils Elbow could create a hardship for Route 66 tourists/tour groups that stop there and post mail, as not all of them might be coming thru during the proposed noon to 4 p.m. weekly hours. Just like a year ago at the Avilla meeting, I felt that Mr. Darling was caught a bit off-guard when residents of Devils Elbow echoed my sentiments and told him how often they knew that foreign tourists used the post office there.
Mr. Darling went on to say that his “Post Plan” for the Devils Elbow Post Office is not cut in stone, and that public sentiment can sway what happens. And folks, this is where we come in, and we need to be heard loud and strong.
Unlike a year ago at Avilla, the survey that was sent out to all Devils Elbow residents can be filled out by anyone, not just residents of Devils Elbow. But the kicker is we have seven (7) days to fill this form out and mail it in.
When you print this one page survey out, fill in your mailing address at the top, and then chose option 1, which is the best option for leaving the Devils Elbow post office as intact as possible. Then at the bottom, where it says, “Additional Comments”, please make a brief statement that you do not want to see operations at Devils Elbow altered, that it provides a special experience for Route 66 travelers and that reducing its hours could potentially limit that experience.
These forms are to be mailed to the postmaster at Stockton, Missouri who is tabulating everything for Mr. Darling for the more than 400 post offices he is responsible for. Remember that time is of the essence here and when you have the form complete, please mail it to:
Melissa Vest Postmaster, Stockton 406 East Street Stockton, MO 65785-9998 USA
IF YOU ARE IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY, WE ESPECIALLY NEED YOUR HELP!! Obviously, if you mail the form from a foreign country, it probably won’t reach the Stockton postmaster in 7 days. However, your input is STILL very important and much needed!! If we can prove that this post office is valuable to those of you outside the USA, there is a small chance that Mr. Darling might rule to leave it as-is, with no alteration in hours. But he must hear from those of you outside the USA to know that you do exist, you have used that post office or been in Shelden’s Market, and don’t want to see it closed. Closure of the post office could potentially mean the end of Shelden’s Market as traffic to the post office creates a lot of Shelden’s business traffic.
I was assured, that even if the forms from a foreign country arrive late, there will still be a record they arrived and where they came from. Getting forms from every roadie we can in the USA is important, but getting ones from those of you in foreign countries gives extra leverage to the argument that the Devils Elbow post office must be left open as-is because of the unique experience it affords on Route 66, particularly for non-Americans.
The Route 66 community came thru a year ago for the Avilla community in their quest to keep their post office open. I’m told they received a large number of letters from Route 66′ers and that it did have a positive influence on their operations. They are still open, and as far as I know, operating as always. This time, I’m not asking for 4 letters sent to 4 different places (as was the case with Avilla), just one survey form sent to one person. So please everyone, take 10 minutes to do this. If you have ever been to Devils Elbow and been in Shelden’s Market you know what a special place it is. This is your chance to be heard and help have a voice in something that, to lose it, could spell death for a whole Route 66 community. Thank you for your help!!
From Jim Armentrout:
“On November 11th the Magnuson Grand Hotel we are having an Interactive dinner Theater. Tickets are on sale now by calling the front desk at 217-324-2100 – $40.00 per ticket. We have a special offer for 20% off for the show which will bring the tickets down to $32.00 per person. What a great way to end the summer for a fun filled evening. If anyone with the Route 66 Association of Missouri would like to stay overnight we will offer the room for $69.50 for the guest. Have any questions feel free to give me a call at 217-324-2100.”
The Route 66 Meramec River Bridge is located in the Route 66 State Park near Eureka, MO. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009, it has not experienced any major alterations since its construction nearly 80 years ago. However, the bridge has fallen into disrepair. Due to safety, the bridge was closed by the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), the owner of the bridge, to all traffic. MoDOT had made the initial decision to demolish the bridge but has since partnered with a broad coalition of stakeholders working to preserve the bridge. MoDOT and its preservation partners are now seeking a new owner and funding to save the bridge from demolition by MODOT’s new deadline of December 2016.
More information on how to join this effort: http://meramecriverrt66bridge.greatriv.com
The meeting will take place at the Stones Throw Dinner Theatre at 796 S. Stone Ln., Carthage, MO 68436. Lunch will be served at 12:00 pm with the general meeting following. The cost for lunch is $15.00 per person. To reserve lunch and for more information, please download this meeting registration form.
We will have a guest speaker to talk about the Stones Throw Dinner Theatre. Officers and board members, please attend the Board Meeting at 10:00 am.
It may be something you— Drive, Ride, Eat, Drink, Wear, Write, Sing, Buy or Make.
Halloween is coming and there may be a few mysterious things going on ! What really is in Wilber’s Trunk? Will Joyce’s ghost make a visit? Maybe a new Neon Sign Lighting!
There will be a Bonfire of course! Starting around 5:30… BYOB and a lawn chair.
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|AvillaAvilla Post Office Building – Mail your Rt. 66 postcards here! (Former Bank of Avilla 1915-1944)Bois D’Arc
Hood’s Propane Co., Inc. – Serving Southwest Missouri 417-732-6632
Hood’s Service Center, Inc. – 24 Hour Service Since 1963 – Truck Stop
Bremer Hardware & Lumber – Helping Build Bourbon – On Main Street Since 1915!
Circle Inn Malt Shop – Family Owned – On Route 66 since ’56
City of Bourbon – See Our Historic “BOURBON” Water Tower from Route 66!
Country Cousin Antique Mall – Antiques & Collectables 573-732-4200
Carl’s Drive In – “16 Seats in Heaven”
Bulger Motor Co. – “On Route 66 Since 1946″ 417-673-1398
Stewart’s 66 Cafe – Homemade Pies Fresh Daily on Route 66! 417-673-8000
SUPERTAM on 66 – Superman Museum & Ice Cream Parlor 417-392-7405
66 Drive-In Theatre – Open Fri/Sat/Sun April thru Sept 417-359-5959
Best Budget Inn – On the lake… at Hwy 96 & Old Route 66 — 417-358-6911
Big Red Barn RV Park – No Planes, Trains, or Freeway Noise Allowed! 1-888-244-2276
Boots Court Motel – Back on the Road Again – Drop By and See Us!
Historic Phelps House – Carthage Historic Preservation, Inc. - Open for Tours Wednesdays April thru November & Event Rentals
Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre – Best Dinner Theatre on Route 66 417-358-9665
Dent Squad – “To Preserve and Protect Your Factory Finish” 314-849-5577
Walnut Park Auto Body & Restoration – “Family Owned & Operated Since 1943″ 314-965-2953
Bob’s Gasoline Alley – Gasoline & Route 66 Memorabilia
City of Cuba – Route 66 Mural City
Crawford County Historical Society – 3 Stories of History – Wed & Sat 10AM – 2PM, Sun 12-4 PM
Cuba Free Press – “Defending Your Liberties Since 1960″
Cuba Super 8 – Service With A Smile! Call 573-885-2087
Hayes Shoe Store – Old Fashioned Service – Today’s Styles – 573-885-7312
Huddle House #541 – Any Meal, Anytime! Open 24/7 573-885-0043
Jim Montgomery’s Body & Paint – Full Service Body Shop & Painting – Flatbed Wrecker Service 573-885-4204
Mace Supermarket – “Come Shop With Us”
McGinnis Wood Products, Inc. – Specializing in Wine Barrels
Midwest Petroleum Travel Plaza – Stop & See Our Route 66 “Classic Road Show” 50′ Long Mural Inside!
Missouri Hick Bar B Q – Enjoy Rustic Dining and Great Food!
Mizell Funeral Home – “Honored to Serve Since 1905″
Mullally Distributing Co., Inc. – “Budweiser – King of Beers”
People’s Bank – Your One-Stop Financial Center
Ray Harvey Art – Muralist for Cuba Route 66 – rayharveyart.com
Roberts-Judson Lumber – Established in 1914
Rock Fair Restaurant and Lounge – 3 Blocks South of Route 66 on Highway 19
Route 66 Fudge Shop & Specialized Chocolates – Where The Sweets Hit The Streets on Route 66
Route 66 Restorations – Classic Car Restoration 573-885-0032
Shelly’s Route 66 Cafe – “Where Friends Gather & Strangers are Welcome” 573-885-6000
Spirals Art Gallery & Studio – Local Artwork, Crafts and Gifts 573-205-6777
The Jesus Christ Foundation – Promoting Jesus – King of the Road
The Rose – Karaoke – 2 Pool Tables – Darts
Three Mile Creek – Rustic Décor and Log Furniture 573-885-9663
Viva Cuba Mural Project – cubamomurals.com / Murals Beautifying Cuba Since 1984
Wallace House – Catering & Banquet Facilities Available
Woodward Law Firm, L.L.C. – Personal Attention to Your Needs 573-885-6474
Becht Properties, Inc. – Commercial Real Estate – Ft. Wood Area 573-336-4400
Shelden’s Market – Store/Post Office on Big Piney River
US Missouri Route 66 Canoe Rental – “Keep Cool with Route 66 Canoe Rental” 573-336-2730
Cookin’ From Scratch / Phillips 66 – Home of the “Route 66 King of the Road Burger Challenge
Genghis Grill – The Mongolian Stir-Fry – Feast Like a Beast
Schaefer Autobody Centers – Auto Collision Repair, Refinishing, and Detailing
Cherokee Chief Trading Post – Antiques, Collectibles, & Mannequins
KOA St. Louis West / Historic Route 66 – On Rt 66 – President’s Award Winner 2008/2009
Phil’s Bar B. Q. – Ribs are Phil’s Specialty For Over 50 Years
Super Smokers BBQ – Zagat Rated “BBQ Best Bet” – World Champions
The Original Fried Pie Shop – It’s not just Lunch – It’s an Experience 636-587-7PIE
Fanning 66 Outpost General Store – Home of the Route 66 Rocker – World’s Largest
White Auto Body, Inc. – Serving Our Customers Since 1986 314-839-1114
Gay Parita Sinclair – Travelin’ Main Street USA – The Dream of My Life – an adventure through Time & History
Water’s Edge Motel & Boat Rental – A Short Side Trip – Road Warriors Discounts 573-372-2201
Laura Jean Derrick – Architect – Preservation / Renovation / Consultation 417-863-1530
Whitehall Mercantile – Collectibles, Antiques, Primitives, Usables
Grumpy’s Outback – Grocery – Deli – General Store. See Grumpy in our Outhouse!
Gateway Uniform & Apparel – “Your image is our business” 314-607-9082
Candy House Chocolate Factory – Watch our Candy Makers – Dwtn at 510 S. Kentucky
Cooper’s 66 – Featuring in-house Smoked Meats & Craft Beers at 124 S. Main 417-781-US66
Granny Shaffer’s Family Restaurant – “Tastes Homemade Cause It Is!” 2728 N. Rangeline
Granny Shaffer’s On The Plaza – “Tastes Homemade Cause It Is!” 7th & Illinois
Holiday Inn Joplin Hotel & Convention Center – Joplin’s only Full-Service Hotel 417-782-1000
Joplin Convention and Visitors Bureau – visitjoplinmo.com
Joplin Museum Complex – A Missouri Ultimate 100 Destination
Joplin Petro Truck Stop – The Perfect Spot to Refuel, Refresh and Relax
Joplin Special Road District – email@example.com
Joplin Transmission & Auto Center – “Get Your Auto Fixed on Route 66″ 417-626-7300
Kitchen Pass Restaurant and Bar – Celebrating 25 Years! Food-Spirits-Live Entertainment 417-624-9095
Murphysburg Residential Historic District – A Place of Prestigious & Elegant Addresses
News/Talk FM 102.9 / AM 1310 KZRG – Listen to Route 66 Radio Show – Saturdays 8:00 PM-Midnight
Wilder’s Steakhouse – “Famous for Good Things to Eat & Drink Since 1928″ 417-623-7320
NOSTALGIAVILLE, USA – “Your 50′s and 60′s Nostalgia Superstore”
Best Western Kirkwood Inn – Best Rest West of the Arch – 2 Blocks from Doc’s
Skippy’s Route 66 Inn – “Good Food for Good People”
Ace Muffler Shop – A Real Muffler Shop, Not a Clamp and Rip Off! 417-588-2320
Charlie’s Farms and Gardens – …where goodness grows for taste. May thru October…
Custom Lawn Care – Lawn Care – Pruning – Trimming 417-588-3448
Dowd’s Catfish & Barbeque – Serving “Award Winning Catfish and BBQ” on Route 66 417-532-1777
Faye’s Diner – “Really Homemade Food & Desserts” M-F 6AM-2PM (Sat NOON)
Forest Manor Motel – Historic Roadside Motel & RV Park 417-532-6114
Frankie D’s Diner – Homemade Cookin’ just like Grandma used to make on Route 66! 417-991-3838
Heartland Antique Mall – “Something for Everyone!” I-44 at Exit 127 8 AM-8 PM
Historic Route 66 Motel – American Owned – Next to Dowd’s Catfish & Barbeque
Lindsay Chevrolet / Lindsay Ford – “Where the Trucks Are” on Route 66! 417-532-3114
Madison Street Grill – Serving Great Steaks, Seafood & Spirits! 417-532-0120
Route 66 Museum & Research Center – Let Us Display Your Route 66 Collection!
Sand Spring Resort & Restaurant – On Missouri’s Beautiful Niangua River at Bennett Spring 1-800-543-3474
Starlite Lanes – Where The Fun Begins! Bowl on Historic Route 66!
Willard Quarries, Inc. – “You Call We Haul” 417-532-2728
Classic Thunderbird Club of St. Louis – Dedicated to the Classic Thunderbird 1955-1957
Blackberry Creek Retreat / Bed & Breakfast – “Nature’s Beauty with Country Charm”
Hidden Waters Nature Park – On Route 66 at 1853 Calloway – Cabin, Walking Trails, Water Features, Gardens
Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourist Info Ctr – 130th 4th of July Parade & 19th Annual Rodeo
Vintage Car Broker – “I Find ‘em – You Bind ‘em” Call 417-316-1906
Jake Culpeeper’s Cattle Co. – “The Steak Place at Lake of the Ozarks”
Beacon Car Wash – Come by & see our Beacon Motel Neon Sign!
Deanna Christine’s Antique & Resale Gallery – 2 Blocks S. of Route 66 at 142 W. St. Louis Street 314-402-8097
Don Flier Motors – “Selling Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep & Ram Products on Route 66 for over 30 Years”
Down South Cafe – Serving Breakfast & Cajun Cuisine on Route 66! 636-257-7866
Mahler’s Truck and Auto Repair – Same location for 34 Years on Route 66! 636-271-2020
Pacific Antique Mall - Antiques & Collectibles – 1 Block S. of Route 66 at 125 N. First St.
Route 66 Railfan Visitor Center – Mainline Viewing Area – Route 66 Model Railroad Club 636-742-1678
The Meramec Valley Current News Magazine – “Pacific’s Hometown Community News Magazine”
KC Obsolete Parts – Ford Parts & Accessories – RT66 Gift Shop 417-452-FORD (3673)
Historic Route 66 Antique Mall – Antiques, Rt. 66 Memorabilia and More! I-44 Exit 123
The Cave Restaurant and Resort – “Its Really In a Cave!” 573-765-4554″
Leach BP Service – Serving The Motoring Public Since 1949
A Miner Indulgence Bed & Breakfast – A Major Indulgence at a Miner Price on Route 66
Fall Creek Rock Shop – Rock Shop on Route 66 – Minerals, Fossils, Jewelry, Lapidary
Muffler Mart – Located at 100 East 6th Street 573-364-5434
Route 66 Motors – Classic Cars and Used Cars, 573-265-5200
The Mule Tobacco Barn – Let the Giant Sterling Hillbilly Wave You In!
The Mule Trading Post – Route 66 Items, Antiques, Collectibles, Knives & Swords, Southwest Pottery 573-364-4711
Totem Pole Trading Post, Inc. – Antiques, Souvenirs, C-Store “Since 1933″
Rosati Winery Museum – “Making History on Route 66 Since 1934″
Fast Lane Classic Cars – “We Sell Investments That Accelerate”
Neon Time – Custom Neon & Vintage Sign Restoration 636-940-7070
Henderson’s Antiques – Architectural Artifacts for Home and Garden – Call 314-795-2612
Lewis Cafe – “Home Cooked Meals For Over 65 Years”
Old Bus Stop Coffee Shop and Art Gallery, LLC
River Hills Traveler – Ozarks Outdoor Information – Friendly Folks – Free Samples
Route 66 Car Club – Father’s Day Car Show – Call 636-629-5445
Route 66 Lumber Co. dba St. Clair Building Center – “Get Your Sticks at Route 66″ 636-629-2644
Diana’s Diner – Home Style Cooking & Daily Specials 573-265-3424
Johnnies Bar – Coldest Beer on Route 66
Murdon Concrete Products – Look for our Dripping Faucet Neon Sign!
Spurgeon’s “66″ Service – “66″ Station on Route 66 Since 1961
St. James Chamber of Commerce & Tourist Center – Discover the Ozarks’ Best!
AAA Auto Club of Missouri – We’re Always With You
Auto Evaluators, Inc. – For All Your Automotive Needs
Banc Card Midwest, Inc.
Chili Mac’s Diner – In the heart of downtown St. Louis at 510 Pine St. 314-421-9040
Chuck-A-Burger Drive-In Restaurant – Cruisin’ Capitol of the Midwest since 1957
DIRECTIONS SAINT LOUIS, LLC – St. Louis’ Premier Tour Company – offering Day Trips and Tours from St. Louis!
Donut Drive-In – Best Hand-cut Donuts in St. Louis on Route 66!
Eat-Rite Diner – Eat-Rite or Don’t Eat at All
Firestone Complete Auto Care – On Route 66 at 6211 Chippewa – See Our Vintage “Bow-Tie” Neon Sign!W\
Howlin’ Wolf Hot Rods – “Old School Hot Rods Done Right”
J. Bentzinger and Associates, Inc. – Manufacturers Representatives – “Surrounding our Customers with Service” 314-549-5510
Puffed Up Productions
St. Louis Transitions – Route 66 St. Louis Books & Unique Handmade Items – route66stlouis.com
Southwest Market Cuisine – “Sandwiches Our Specialty”
Ted Drewes – It Really is Good, Guys… and Gals!
All Star Inn & Star Restaurant – “Locally Owned & Operated – Home Cooked Food on Old Route 66″
Comfort Inn – Unique Rustic Lodge 573-336-3553
Fairfield Inn – Making Business Comfortable! 573-336-8600
First State Bank, St. Robert – Together We Are Making Progress
Hampton Inn – Hot ‘On The House’ Breakfast 573-336-3355
Liberty Lodge – Clean, Comfortable, Hometown Hospitality! 573-336-3121
Pulaski County Tourism Bureau – Pulaski County – Missouri’s Natural Beauty
Sweetwater Bar-B-Que – “A taste of the Ozarks” At I-44 & Exit 163 – Open Daily
Spencer Garage – See Spencer Restored on Historic Route 66
Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven – Guests Get A True Route 66 Experience Since 1938
Bud’s Tire & Wheel Co. – Selling Tires & Wheels Over 50 Years on Route 66
City of Springfield – Departmet of Planning & Development 417-864-1037
Danny’s Service Center – Look for our original Neon Sign at West Bypass & W. Division!
Dr. Michael J. Clarke History Museum of Ozarks Scouting 417-833-1636 – Archiving SW Missouri Boy Scouting Heritage
Eslick Enterprises – David J. Eslick, Photographer 417-889-9332
Fireworks Supermarkets – Visit our locations in Springfield & Gray Summit – Open All Year!
First Baptist Church, 525 South Avenue – “Worship with us as you travel Route 66″ 417-866-7202
Louie’s Drive In aka Vaughn’s – Oldest West Side Drive In Cafe 417-831-0883
Mexican Villa El Taco – On Route 66 at 316 W. Kearney – See our Vintage Neon Sign!
Momma Mary’s Navajo Tacos – “One Bite is a true Southwest delight”
Route 66 Barber Shop – Get Your Kicks with a Haircut at an Old Tyme Barber Shop on Route 66
Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce – Everywhere Should Be Like This
Springfield-Greene County Library Center – Drive Here to Research Route 66 and More!
Springfield-Greene County Library Local History Department – Genealogy, Family Heritage and Civil War Research Center!
Springfield-Greene County Library Station – Cruise into the Library Station to view Car and Train Memorabilia!
Springfield, Missouri Convention & Visitors Bureau – Birthplace of Route 66 – Springfield, MO 1-800-678-8767
Springfield/Route 66 KOA – Great Camping on Route 66 Since 1972!
Steak ‘n Shake – Famous For Steakburgers and Route 66!
Twin Motorcycle & Tattoo – Home of the Route 66 Tattoo
Your Big Hair Day Studio – Shannon Medley, Stylist – Wedding & Event Hair Design by Appt Only 417-987-8448
Meramec Caverns – Open Everyday! Oldest Stop on Route 66
Paddoc Liquors – On Old Route 66 at State Line – Look for our Gas Pumps!
Alice Delcour – Real Estate Sales 417-839-2152
Chestnut Plaza – At Corner of I-44 and State Highway 125
City of Strafford – The Best Small Town on Main Street USA – Route 66
Keiser Properties LLC – “40 Years on Route 66″
Missouri Ozarks 66 Society – Promoting Route 66 and its History in the Ozarks
Odie’s Auto Repair – Get Your Car Fixed on Old Route 66 417-839-1894
Strafford Chamber of Commerce – 2013 “Route 66 Days” Saturday May 11th – Call 417-894-7653
Strafford Branch Library – Cruise down Route 66 to the Strafford Branch Library!
Team Liquors – “Small Store with a Large Selection” – on Rt. 66 just East of Strafford
The Cutting Room – Give your hair a “Kick” on Route 66!!
Cruzin Rt66 Auto Sales & Resale Shop – Located on Route 66 at 227 E. Springfield Road 636-221-4305
Du Kum Inn Restaurant – Serving Route 66 Travelers Since 1961! 573-468-6114
Harry’s Tire, LLC – New Tires, Custom Wheels, & Tire Repair 573-468-4128
Route 66 Tees
Schmidt Auto Center – “Late Model Pre-Owned Vehicles Since 1954″ 573-468-2233
Sullivan Area Chamber of Commerce – “Spend The Night or a Lifetime” http://www.sullivanmochamber.com
Mile 227 Tap & Grill – Where Route 66 and Exquisite mix!
Sanders Service – Family Owned Since 1977 on Route 66 at 10775 Watson Road
Huxel’s Auto Repair – Used Parts for Old Cars 1940 to 1980
Mason Dixon Flea Market
Bourbeuse Valley Harley-Davidson – Junction of I-44 and Hwy 50 on Route 66
K Leigh Bugs Antique Mall – Antiques, Collectables, & Furniture 636-451-6303
Pin Oak Creek RV Park – “Family Fun Camping on Route 66″ 1-888-474-6625
Route “66″ Storage – 636-451-0677
Cave State Cruisers Car Club – Car Show the Weekend After Father’s Day 573-435-9297
Hoppers Pub – “66 Brews on Route 66″ http://www.hopperspub.com 573-774-0135
Pulaski County Historical Museum and Society – Open Saturdays Only 10-2 PM April thru Sept
The Drynk – Bistro & Lounge – “Let Us Entertain Your Appetite”
The Old Stagecoach Stop – Open Saturdays 10 to 4 April thru Sept
T.J. Customs – Specializes in Old Trucks & Off-Road Vehicles 573-774-6557
Bradbury Bishop Deli – Visit Our Historic Soda Fountain Built in 1931
Culver’s Route 66 – America’s First Route 66 Culver’s! Hwy 171 & Madison on Route 66
Route 66 Movie Theater – “Today’s Movies at Yesterday’s Prices” – 417-673-1155
Webb City Area Chamber of Commerce & Route 66 Visitors Center – On the Route at Broadway & Webb – Call 417-673-1154
Webb City Florist & Greenhouse – See our Historic Sign on Original Route 66 at 1001 S. Jefferson! 417-673-3780
Webb City Historical Society – For More Information 417-673-5866
Webster Groves, MO
Route 66 Transmissions, Etc. – Family Owned On The Mother Road – Quality #1
Yorkshire Village - Part of Route 66 Since 1951
Stovall’s Grove – Dance Hall, Tavern and Live Music Since 1935
Pearl Auto Works – Distinctive Paint and Body Works with Midwest Integrity
Becky’s Barn – Off the Bricks on Route 66 – Antiques, Souvenirs, Amish Candy & Jams 217-836-3043 BeckysBarn.com
Historic Route 66 Flea Market – Stop & Shop – We have what you need from A to Z
Weezy’s Route 66 Bar & Grill
Pink Elephant Antique Mall – “See Our Giant Roadside Attractions!” 618-637-2366
The Ariston Cafe – “Remember! Where Good Food Is Served”
Luna Café – “See Our Spectator Neon Signs by Day and Especially by Night!”
DeCamp Junction Inc. – Historic Roadhouse Serving Since 1926 618-637-2951
Dell Rhea’s Chicken Basket – As Seen on “Diners Drive-Ins and Dives” and “Chicago’s Best”
Baxter Springs Kansas Route 66 Visitors Center – A Restored 1930′s Phillips Service Station 620-856-2066
SACS 66 – Select Antique & Collectible Consignments 620-856-5570
4 WOMEN on the ROUTE – The Home of Tow Tater – Inspiration for “Tow Mater” from “Cars”
Nelson’s Old Riverton Store – Home of the “Hand Crafted Sandwich” 620-848-3330
Afton Station & Route 66 Packards – Route 66 & Vintage Car Museum / Visitors’ Center
Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau – Home of Coleman Theatre, Ribbon Road & More
Waylan’s Ku-Ku Burger – Don’t just ask for a burger. Ask for WAYLAN’S
Clanton’s Cafe – Oldest Family-Owned Restaurant on Route 66
Shout & Sack C-Store & Deli – Rock Out on 66 – Buckle Up! Be Cool! Be Clean! Be Back!
Midpoint Café & Gift Shop – “Home of the Ugly Crust Pie” 806-538-6379
The Blue Swallow Motel – A Unique Experience out of Another Time
National Historic Route 66 Federation – Preserving and Promoting The Mother Road
PACCOM FILMS www.paccomfilms.com – Award-winning Rt. 66 Documentaries since 1994. 1-800-786-6695
Lees Leasing Company LLC – Kathryn & Robert Jurosco – Proud Supporters of Route 66!
Joe Loesch – The Road Crew – Songs from the Mother Road & Route 66 Audio History – NewWaytoRead.com
List maintained by Robert Gehl – Director, Membership Services
Updated as of November 5, 2012