Today, a blast from the past—some old advertising giveaways from Chattanooga, Ohio, businesses.
I enjoy collecting these items and they sure bring back a lot of memories. Memories of some businesses that were once in Chatt—Fisher Hardware, Wendel Brothers Motor Sales, Heffner’s Grocery, and the Chatt Home Restaurant.
A tear-off shopping list from Heffner’s Grocery:
A pretty picture and thermometer from Wendel Motor Sales. We always called it Wendel’s Garage.
This piece was made in Monroeville, Indiana.
Most of the advertising items I have are from Fisher Hardware. Fisher’s had a nice hardware and appliance store and they sold John Deere implements as well.
From Fisher Hardward, a perfectly good fly swatter, in nearly-new condition.
The Farmer’s Pocket Ledger, 1953-54, compliments of Fisher Hardware.
Some items from the Chatt Home Restaurant and Bar.
The Chatt Restaurant and Bar is the only one of these businesses that is still open today.
I hope these items bring back some pleasant memories for you, too, and that you enjoy reminiscing about the bygone businesses in Chatt.