Suits For Women | City Council, Civil War, Bathing Suits

1. The National Weather Service is mission for a 30 percent luck of showers and thunderstorms currently after 2 p.m. Otherwise often sunny, with a high nearby 91. Tonight has a 30 percent luck of showers and thunderstorms before 8 p.m. with a low around 71.

2. Wednesday’s Marietta City Council discussion began with approval for two excellent town departments. The Georgia Association Chiefs of Police presented the Marietta Police Department with an Award of Excellence for their successful gun safety seminar. The second approval went to Marietta’s Fleet Maintenance Division for being declared a of Fleet Equipment Magazine’s tip 100 continuance programs is to seventh year in a row.

A couple of important things in the Council’s acceptance bulletin enclosed a $9,387,40 contribution from Mountain Motorsports to the 2012 Tree Preservation Fund, together with the called referendum for Marietta adults to opinion on either to approve Sunday ethanol sales. Once a expected date is to Sunday Sales referendum is determined, the matter will be brought back to Council to adopt a grave fortitude mission is to vote.

3. Over 220 8-foot tables of dug relics, guns, swords, books, prints, currency, artillery items, steel detectors and more Civil War something good to eat will be at the 33rd Annual Southeastern Civil War Show And Sale on Saturday and Sunday at the Cobb County Civic Center located at 548 South Marietta Parkway. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. $5 for Adults; young kids beneath 10 free.

4. Check back after that currently on Marietta Patch for our “Bites Nearby” mainstay featuring a pleasurable place on the Square that features weekly entertainment — Australian Bakery Cafe.

5. In award of summer: The initial “bathing suits” for women were introduced in the early 1800′s. At that time it was still deliberate unsuited for skin to be any shade but tawny white. The initial “suits” were calm of long-sleeved showering dresses with woolen bloomers underneath to import the skirt down. The usually “swimming” a lady did at that time was to burst waves at the corner of the H2O and plunge her feet, and sometimes legs, in to the water.

Updated: May 29, 2019 — 5:59 pm

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