This week's Sepia Saturday newspaperish theme provides me with an excuse for presenting another edition of The Daily Blah! This is an issue from 1936, when my father, the editor/writer, was 17... a mere 18 years before I was born. It gives a good "roundup" of local events in rural Livonia, Michigan.
The "forest of signs" referred to on January 11 were all advertisements for various Old Dutch Mill products.
If you missed them, there are a three previous Daily Blah posts: One, Two, and Three.
|The editor (left) and a cohort on the hood of the legendary Marmon|
|Uncle Clyde's renowned general store, Nelson's place of work|
|Bosco the delivery truck, I believe, and unknown driver (Aunt Gladys?)|