Most of the yearbooks I collect have ads in the back. Rarely are they interesting beyond the typeset or logos of the times, but this 1955 Lion’s Lair yearbook shows student at the places of business.
These students tried out the wheelbarrow at Allandale Hardware & Variety.
This Piggly Wiggly image gives insight to mid-century grocery stores before big chains like Wal-Mart and Target served our grocery needs.
Butter Krust was the best bread around; we used to cover our textbooks with Butter Krust advertising sheets.
Isn’t this last one fun? I like how they spell Bubba as “Buba.”