Delk to sign ‘Memories of Yesteryear’ at book sale
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Alexander W. Delk of Cleveland will be participant at the annual Friends of the Library book sale at East Gate, Chattanooga, Library during the week of Sept. 21-28.

“Memories of Yesteryear” is written as a personal look back into history of rural America during the period between the two great wars, World War I and World War 11. Many aspects of this period of rural living, so different then from now, are covered in this book.

It deals with such common-place things as the old T-models cars, the telephones, the country church, and the ever-present outhouse.

All of these and many others rural living experiences of that era are covered in detail in this interesting book.

Delk, now 91, is a retired educator, having spent 57 years in classroom teaching and in administration. His last 21 years of teaching were at Cleveland State Community College. He is retired from the Illinois public school system.

He will be at East Gate Library on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 24, at 2 p.m. for a presentation of this book. He will also be there after 2 on Monday and Thursday afternoons, Sept. 23 and 26, as well as most of the day on Friday. He will be happy to meet with those interested in this period of history and discuss with them its particulars.