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home : columnists : brad cook December 17, 2014


'Romance in Fishers 1914'
These 100-year-old postcards featured a romantic theme with a couple expressing their love in Fishers, Ind. Fishers, at the time, was a small town of less than 200 people. The postcards were sent to Forest Nicholson who saved them and passed them on to his daughter, Martha Nicholson.
Monday, December 15, 2014
'More Greetings from Noblesville'
These antique postcards featured colorful flowers and greetings from Noblesville. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, generic postcards were produced which artfully displayed floral designs.
Sunday, December 7, 2014
'Diana Theater'
The closing of the Diana Theater marked the end of a long run of movie theaters in downtown Noblesville.
Monday, November 24, 2014
'Aunt Bee's Fried Chicken'
Aunt Bee's Fried Chicken Restaurant served some of the best broasted fried chicken in the state. The popular dine-in or carry-out restaurant opened in 1969 and closed in 1992. It was located at 1375 South 10th St. in Noblesville.
Monday, November 10, 2014
'Lions Club Raffle 1948'
The Noblesville Lions Club held a fund-raiser in 1948, and winner of the raffle got a 1948 Dodge automobile. The car was made available by the local Dodge-Plymouth dealer, Ken Meara Motor Sales.
Sunday, November 2, 2014
'ANB Motor Bank 1966'
The American National Bank acquired the former site of the United Methodist Church at the northwest corner of 10th and Clinton streets in Noblesville and in 1965 started constructing Hamilton County's first stand-alone motor bank.
Monday, October 20, 2014
'ABC Drive-In Theatre, 1951-1996'
The ABC Drive-In Theatre in Noblesville annually ended its season in October. For 45 years, the cool fall weather signaled the end of the season for the showing of the outdoor movies. The theater was located on 12 acres between Indiana 37 and Cumberland Road, just south of the present Hamilton County Jail. The drive-in advertised that it was "1 mile east of Noblesville." It opened as the "Noblesville Drive-In Theatre" on Wednesday, May 30, 1951, at 8:20 p.m., with the film "Two Guys From Texas." The "ABC Noblesville Outdoor Theatre" closed in September 1996, and by the next spring, the screen was gone.


Monday, October 6, 2014
'Jim Dandy's Harry Reasner'
It was 50 years ago, Jim Dandy's founder, Harry Reasner, stands next to the sign for his new drive-in restaurant. The Reasner family started in business by purchasing the Polar Bear Frozen Custard stand in Tipton. By 1955, they had built and operated the Riley Park Drive-In at Greenfield and purchased the A & W Drive-In at Tipton. By the early 1960s they had their sites on Noblesville and purchased the property on the east side of Noblesville at 2301 E. Conner St.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Clancy's 2nd birthday
Sunday, September 21, 2014



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