By Charlotte Blasingame
These are from the newspaper published March 24, 1948.. Hope you enjoy looking back.
Social Items and Personal:
The Pilot Club met at the Community House Monday night March 15, 1948 at its regular dinner meeting. In the absence of the President Mrs. Roy Simpson, Mrs. Frank Garrett recording secretary presided. A large number of members were present and enjoyed the evening. Mrs. M.A. DeLoach had charge of the decorations and the spring flowers were arranged beautifully. Mrs. DeLoach served a delicious chicken supper. The attendance prize was won by Mrs. Nan Murphy.
Misses Mary Allen Tucker and Susan Bowling have returned to Agnes Scott College after spending several days in LaFayette.
All Spring Coats and Suits reduced ¼ -Tatum dry Goods Company
I thought these advertisements were too good to pass up! Hope you enjoy reading and reminiscing as much as I did..
Advertisements listed below that ran that week:
“Start today on the Wayne way of building Profit Pullets”
Chambers County Feed and Seed Store
Jack Trammell Manager Roy Grady Secretary
Just received New Shipment of Office Supplies
Quality job printing
The LaFayette Sun Phone 4611
City Music Company is now open for business with Mrs. Ruth Edge as Assistant Manager. Mrs. Edge appreciates your visit to look around the store at the Philco Radio’s and combinations, Refrigerators, Philco Freeze Units, Ironers, Vacuum Cleaners, Record Players, Instruments, Phonograph Records, Pianos, and a variety of other accessories.
City Music Company
T.C. Sands Owner
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company
“Add Brevity to your recipe for a Pleasant party Line”
1. Keep calls brief
2. Give others a chance
3. Release line in emergencies
4. Hang up gently