Formal opening of Topahollow restaurant, service station and lubrication service, one and one half miles north of Ames on Highway 69, will be Friday, according to the owners, Mrs. and Mr. Floyd Mullen. Doughnuts and coffee will be given away as an opening day courtesy. A specialty of the restaurant will be a merchants' noon day luncheon which will feature a home-cooked hot plate lunch each day. Steaks and chicken will be other specialties. Hours at Topahollow will be 7 a.m. to 12 midnight daily except Saturday when the business will be open until 2 a.m. A small grocery line is also being carried. The interior of the restaurant is in knotty pine with blue upholstered booths. The service station portion of the business will include a dealership in Phillips 66 products and complete greasing service. There will also be facilities for welding. Mullen owned a filling station at thirteenth and Grand for a number of years until selling out last June.