*A handshake was considered a valid contract.
*Colonel R. I. Moore defeated Charles Lamb in the town's mayoralty contest. Lamb did little campaigning because he assumed his re-election was "in the bag."
*It came to discipline, parents backed the teachers 100% and if you did get in wrong at school you hoped your mom & dad didn't hear about it..
*A person's word was their bond?
*School children were often seen carrying their lunch in honey pails.
*Service clubs would sell raffle tickets at 10 cents each or three for a quarter. Now $100 per ticket isn't out of the ordinary.
*A slice of fig pie was popular.
*The town had a "Metropolitan" store where prices were five cents to one dollar.
*Girls in the elementary schools would busy themselves playing "jacks".
*E.A. St. John, as local blacksmith, had a shop on Kent St. E. Some years later it was to become Charlie Lamb's Auction Barn.
*"Rose" Lewis was forelady at the Lindsay Knitters on Logie Street.