Exploring the history of Mount Pleasant, Utah I came across David and Alta Lowry’s names often.
They met in Manti, at the confectionary store where he delivered cream. They raised chickens and turkeys and ended up moving to Mount Pleasant to help his brother Ches at his job at the Brunger Motel. They eventually opened up Lowry’s Cafe less than 2 blocks north of the motel.
Lynette Lowry Southwick, a granddaughter, created this:
They lived in this home at 313 S 100 E.
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