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Daily Archives: August 4, 2009
Taking advantage of a new concept in school orientation during the Worthington high school pre-school "adjustment days" in 1959 are Sharee Meyeraan, Bill Smith and Sivar Diedrich. The secretaries to the principal look almost as young as the high-schoolers.
The war is generating a spirit of neighborliness, states this ad from the Worthington Kiwanis Club from July 1944. "THIS is the American way of life that we are striving to retain and foster." Next post at noon.
"She Loves Me Not" was Bing Crosby’s best picture? So this advertisement from July 1934 claims, but honestly, I’ve always been partial to White Christmas, or Holiday Inn (despite the painful and now-embarassing song done in black-face). Next post at … Continue reading