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Greven Concrete Block Company put in this fun brag ad about its concrete blocks in the bowling center in 1960. Not too many companies do this anymore, unfortunately–I would definitely look at the blocks in the bowling alley a little … Continue reading
The streets were jammed for the Santa Claus parade in 1939.
Red Cross membership was up in 1939.
In case you had forgotten: “Dope” used to mean “information.” Word meanings shift over time, but robotic Santas are still creepy.
Two cars were stolen and one was wrecked by thieves in 1939.
Band Box Cleaners was advertising for a Christmas fur sale in 1939.
Worthington got a new bowling alley in 1939.
One of Worthington’s worst fires took place in 1924, states this 1939 article.
And the Gift Wife comes to a happy conclusion as the alcoholic marries the Muslim (?) woman. I…’ve got nothing, really.
Rickers Photos was advertising cameras and projectors as Christmas gifts in 1939.