Surprises abound in the midst the unfolding landscape of C&P days gone by, but what about when the opposite happens? What about when C&P workers of the past find out things about themselves they did not know prior to responding to our anniversary call?
- Wednesday, 15 June 2011 09:02
As we’ve reconnected with former Call and Post employees in celebration of our 95th Anniversary, I have been in awe of the style, class and grace of the women who have come in – not to mention the clarity of which they recall their time spent with the paper.
- Thursday, 09 June 2011 10:38
The 1935 Call and Post newsboys photo grows more interesting as more and more people connected to it come forward. Just as it was a surprise that Mrs. Evelyn Patton-Davis was among, what we thought to be a boy’s only photo, another surprise has sprung up concerning our cherished and iconic photo.
- Wednesday, 01 June 2011 09:55
Within the last few weeks, the call out to former Call and Post employees has been met with high regard. The love that many felt about the Call and Post Newspaper has not dissipated one degree since the days of their employment.
- Wednesday, 25 May 2011 09:49
Folks have been responding in various ways, from various years, and from various groups. More times than not, former and current employees speak with great admiration of the days that they, as a Call and Post group, did things together.
- Tuesday, 10 May 2011 20:53
Pride in one’s work and work ethic is an admirable quality.
It is certainly an attribute to be respected. Some people acquire it gradually over a process of work situations and supervision while some are taught at an early age through parental guidance. Others, however they came across it, wear it like regal adornment.
Such is the case of Mr. Leroy Colley Sr.
- Wednesday, 04 May 2011 14:16
The Call and Post readership was all abuzz over last week’s story about Evelyn Patton-Davis. The Call and Post’s new “poster girl,” after having been identified as the only female in a crowd of boys on the famed 1935 newsboys photo, captured the hearts and minds of our staff and the many readers who came across the front page story.