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Blast from the past: Ad — “Where will your money go this year?”

This advertisement for the Daily News comes from the Feb. 15, 1933, edition. The full-page ad sets out to convince readers to buy from merchants who advertise in the paper. ‘Since your money is worth only what you get for it — you will buy carefully and wisely in 1933. And that means you will spend your money with merchants who advertise, and for good reason,” the ad states before listing those reasons. It also sports the tagline under the Daily News banner, ‘A home newspaper for community builders.’ Have an old photo or newspaper clipping you want to submit to appear in the paper? Send it to mstrother@civitasmedia.com or bring it by our office at 105 Ashton St. and we may feature it as a ‘Blast to the past.’ Call editor Matthew Strother at 706-884-7311, ext. 2153 for more information.

This advertisement for the Daily News comes from the Feb. 15, 1933, edition. The full-page ad sets out to convince readers to buy from merchants who advertise in the paper. ‘Since your money is worth only what you get for it — you will buy carefully and wisely in 1933. And that means you will spend your money with merchants who advertise, and for good reason,” the ad states before listing those reasons. It also sports the tagline under the Daily News banner, ‘A home newspaper for community builders.’ Have an old photo or newspaper clipping you want to submit to appear in the paper? Send it to mstrother@civitasmedia.com or bring it by our office at 105 Ashton St. and we may feature it as a ‘Blast to the past.’ Call editor Matthew Strother at 706-884-7311, ext. 2153 for more information.

http://lagrangenews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2016/06/web1_0619BlastFromPast.jpgThis advertisement for the Daily News comes from the Feb. 15, 1933, edition. The full-page ad sets out to convince readers to buy from merchants who advertise in the paper. ‘Since your money is worth only what you get for it — you will buy carefully and wisely in 1933. And that means you will spend your money with merchants who advertise, and for good reason,” the ad states before listing those reasons. It also sports the tagline under the Daily News banner, ‘A home newspaper for community builders.’ Have an old photo or newspaper clipping you want to submit to appear in the paper? Send it to mstrother@civitasmedia.com or bring it by our office at 105 Ashton St. and we may feature it as a ‘Blast to the past.’ Call editor Matthew Strother at 706-884-7311, ext. 2153 for more information.

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