When you turned in to Carment Dr. from Warner St. There was a wee shop on the left hand side, that used to sell home made toffees, don't remember the name. Further down on the right sat the fish and chip shop you mentioned bobby. I always remember it as " Freddies" , had a summer job in there peeling spuds
I thinkthe name of the wee shop that sold the toffees was Youngs. And the chip shop was Jimmy Corrieries.They also had a fruit shop next door.
Next to the chip shop going towards Caledonia road Was a paper shop called McEvoys which was later Lewis's,
and next to that was Bella McPikes. Then it was Dicksons shoe shop.
Going round the corner to the left was Granny Smiths Fruit shop then next door was George Smiths Chip shop, which you could sit in with a plate of chips for 9d.
Across the road was the Dairy and to the left of that was Turkas's
Further up was another shop called Penmans, later to be called McAlisters ( it might be the other way round)
Further up again next to Ardeer golf club was a wee green hut called Malcolmsons, later known as Paxtons.
Then at the top of Garven road there was a shop called Innes's and straight on was the wee store, With Jimmy Douglas's Grocers built on to it. This was before the new pub was built.
Bunty's was in Misk Knowes and was built by Wullie Martin who ran it for a while before going to Australia.
The shop next to the station bar I remember being called Jenny McAlpines. The McApines owned the piece of ground behind Murdoch crescent with the big house on it which is still there today.