Further information from 1947
To the Editor:
Greetings from the Weddles.
Here is some more information about Brazil, Ind., 1947.
Alabama School, 615 N. Alabama St., Beulah K. Smith -- Principal;
B-29 Restaurant (Oscar and Mrs. Clara Miller), owners, 557 E. National;
Martin and Virginia Booe Sawmill Operators -- Clay City;
Brazil Daily Times (Jas A. Raper and Geo H. James), 119 E. National;
Brinson Restaurant, 531 E. National, Russell and Erza Brinson owners; five years later Brinsons was leased by Marvin Weddle for a short time and the name was changed to Dude's Diner.
Central Management Co., George Lawson, owner, N. Walnut St., Brazil;
Central Smoke House -- Billiards, 12 E. National, Jess Yant and Tony Spugnardi owners;
Central Taxi Service, George Lawson -- owner, N. Walnut St;
Betty J. Chadwick bookkeeper, Brazil Daily Times;
City Cab Co. -- 6 N. Walnut St. -- Clarence Mohr and Wm. H. Michael owners;
Stanley Cooper and Mary E. MGR. Citizens Theater Co. Res. N. Walnut St., Brazil;
Cottage Hill Cemetery, W. State Road 340;
Cottage Hill Greenhouse State Road 340 W. (Louis Schultz) MGR.;
Court House -- Sam Lynch -- Janitor, Ray G. McHargue, Agricultural Agent, third floor;
Sheriff, Hubert Wells, Clay County Jail, 120 S. Alabama;
Chester Cox Jr. Lab, Hydraulic Press Brick, 736 N. Vandalia;
Craig and Craig Law Office, Davis Trust Bldg. W. National, Bernard and George Craig. George went on to become Governor in later years;
D-P Motor Sales, John Lawson MGR. Desoto and Plymouth Sales, Brazil;
D&R Print Shop, Printer and Office Supplies, Brazil;
Hotel, David Whoolery MGR. 34 E. National;
Ayer-McCarel Clay Co., Carbon;
Delta Theta Tau, 204 N. Walnut, Brazil;
Silver Star Restaurant, 617 E. National -- Brazil.
That's all for now. More next time.
Until next time, take care and be fair.