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White Pages and Yellow Pages for:

CITY: MONTEVALLO (Includes Calera to Vincent)

AUGUST 1951



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ALABAMA



DIRECTORIES



WHITE PAGES



CITY: Montevallo, Calera,
Columbiana, Siluria, Vincent



YtAK: August Ivoi







TELEPHONE DIRECTORY





MONTEVALLO, ALA.
CALERA. ALA. SILURIA, ALA.

COLUMBIANA, ALA. VINCENT. ALA.

SEE PASES I TO 4 FOR INDEX. TELEPHONE SERVICE CALLS,
EMERGENCY CALLS AND OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION



SEE THE ''CLASSIFIED"
IN THIS DIRECTORY




ITS YELLOW PAGES TELL
YOU "WHERE TO BUY IT"



SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY



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OUT-OF-TOWN TELEPHONE RATES




Rates to points not listed be-
low and information concerning
initial period and overtime
rates may be obtained by call-
ing Long Distance. Night and
Sunday rates apply JFrom 6
P. M. to 4:30 A. M. and all day
Sunday.

Rates quoted below do not



include Federal Tax.

On calls under 25 cents, the
Federal Tax is 15% of the total
charges; on calls of 25 cents or
over, the tax is 25% of the total
charges.

On calls from Coin Box Tele-
phones, the tax is computed to
the nearest multiple of 5 cents.



From
MONTEYALLO,
to:



STATION-TO-
STATION



days



Nights

and

Sunday



PERSON-TO-
PERSON



Week-
days



Nighto

and

Sunday



From
MONTEYALLO,
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STATION-TO.
STATION



days



Nights

and

Sunday



PERSON-TO-
PERSON



Week-
days



Nights

and

Sunday



Abbeville, Ala % .85 $ .65 $1.20 $1.00

Abernant, Ala. .30 .30 .45 .45

Akron. Ohio 1.45 1.05 2.00 1.60

Albertville, Ala. 70 .55 .95 .80

Alexander City, Ala... .60 .45 .80 .65

Andalusia, Ala. 80 .60 1.10 .90

Anniston, Ala. 65 .50 .90 .75

Ashland, Ala. 60 .45 .80 .65

Ashville, Ala 60 .45 .80 .65

Athens, Ala 80 .60 1.10 .90

Atmore, Ala 85 .65 1.20 1.00

Attalla, Ala 66 .50 .90 .75

Auburn, Ala 70 .55 .95 .80

Baltimore, Md 1.50 1.10 2.10 1.70

Bay Minette, Ala 90 .70 1.25 1.05

Beatrice, Ala .75 .65 1.05 .85

Bessemer, Ala 30 .30 .45 .45

Birmingham, Ala. 35 .35 .50 .50

Boaz, Ala 70 .55 .95 .80

Brewton. Ala 86 .65 1.20 1.00

Bridgeport, Ala. 85 .65 1.20 1.00

Camden, Ala 65 .50 .90 .75

Carbon Hill, Ala. 66 .50 .90 .75

Centreville, Ala. 30 .30 .45 .45

Charlotte, N. C 1.10 .75 1.45 1.10

Chicago, 111 1.40 1.00 1.95

Cincinnati, Ohio •- 1.15 .75 1.55

Clanton, Ala 30 .30 .45

CoUinsville, Ala. 75 .55 1.05

Columbiana, Ala 25 .25 .40

Cordova, Ala 50 .45 .70

Courtland, Ala 75 .55 1.05

Cullman, Ala. 65 .50 .90

Danville. Va 1.25 .85 1.70

Deatsville, Ala. 45 .45 .60

uecatur, Ala 75 .55 1.05 .85

Demopolis, Ala. 65 .50 .90 .75

Detroit, Mich 1.50 1.10 2.10 1.70

Dothan, Ala _ .85 .65 1.20 1.00

Enterprise. Ala 80 .60 1.10 .90

Eufaula, Ala, 80 .60 1.10 .90

Eutaw, Ala 65 .50 .90 .75

Evergreen, Ala. 80 .60 1.10 .90

Florence, Ala 80 .60 1.10 .90

Gadsden, Ala 65 .50 .90 .75

Geneva. Ala 85 .65 1.20 1,00

Greensboro. Ala 55 .45 .75 .65



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Guntersville, Ala. $ .70 $ .55 $ .95

Haleyville, Ala. 70 .55 .95

Hartford, Ala 85 .65 1.20

Hartselle, Ala 70 .56 .95

Hayneville, Ala. 65 .50 .90

Houston, Texas 1.35 .95 1.85 1.45

Huntsville, Ala 80 .60 1.10 .90

Hurtsboro, Ala 75 .55 1.05 .85

Indianapolis, Ind 1.20 .80 1.65 1.25

Jacksonville, Fla. 1.10 .75 1.45 1.10

Jasper, Ala 60 .45 .80 .65

Lafayette, Ala 70 .55 .95 .80

Leeds, Ala 40 .40 .55 .55

Lineville, Ala 65 .50 .90 .75

Los Angeles, Calif 2.30 1.80 3.25 2.75

Louisville, Ky. 1.05 .70 1.40 1.05

Marion, Ala 45 .45 .60 .60

Miami, Fla 1.45 1.05 2.00 ' 1.60

Mobile, Ala 90 .70 1.25 1.05

Montgomery, Ala 60 .45 .80 .65

New York. N. Y 1.65 1.25 2.30 1.90

Oneonta. Ala, 60 .45 .80 .65

Opelika. Ala 70 .55 .95 .80

Opp. Ala 80 .60 1.10 .90

Ozark, Ala 80 .60 1.10 .9

Pell City, Ala 50 .45 .70 .65

Philadelphia, Pa 1.60 1.20 2.25 1.85

Piedmont, Ala 70 .55 .95 .80

Prattville, Ala 55 .45 .75 .65

Richmond, Va. 1.45 1.05 2.00 1.60

Russellville, Ala 75 .55 1.05 .85

Selma, Ala 55 .45 .75 .65

Sheffield, Ala 80 .60 1.10 .90

Sylacauga, Ala 40 .40 .55 .55

Talladega, Ala 55 .45 .75 .65

Tallassee, Ala 65 .50 .90

Troy, Ala 75 .55 1.05

Tuscaloosa, Ala 45 .45 .60

Union Springs. Ala 70 .55 .95

Uniontown, Ala 60 .45 .80

Warrior, Ala 55 .45 .75

Washington, D. C 1.50 1.10 2.10

West Blocton, Ala 25 .25 .40

West Palm Bch., Fla. 1.40 1.00 1.95

Wetumpka, Ala, 55 .45 .75

York, Ala 75 .55 1.05 .85



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SEE PAGE 2 FOR ADDITIONAL LONG DISTANCE INFORMATION




TELEPHONE DIRECTORY



MONTEVALLO. ALA.
CALERA. ALA. SILURIA. ALA.

COLUMBIANA. ALA. VINCENT. ALA.

August 1951



Ind



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Long Distance Rates inside Front Cover

Business Transactions With the Company Page 2

How to Place Out-of-Town Calls Page 2



General Information



Page 3



How to Use the Dial Telephone Page 4

Montevallo Subscribers' Listings Beginning Page 5

Calera, Columbiana, Siluria and Vincent

Subscribers' Listings Following Montevallo Listing Section

Montevallo Classified Telephone Directory Yellow Pages



Service Calls

MONTEVALLO—

Long Distance Dial "Operator"

Information — Numbers Not Listed in Directory —

Dial "Operator" and ask for "Information"
TO REPORT DIFFICULTY

With a Local or Long Distance Call Dial "Operator"

To Report a Telephone Out of Order Dial "Operator" and ask for "Repair Service"

Business Transactions With the Company —

For information regarding accounts, applications for and changes in service call our Contract Collection
Agent at 8831. If no answer and for all other business transactions, dial Operator and ask for
Bessemer 5-9011.

Note: For Calera, Columbiana, Siluria and Vincent, See Information Preceding These
Suhscnbers^ Listings.



Emftrnpnrv (^r»lk
3 / — — ••-

MONTEVALLO—

To Report a Fire _v Dial 7263

For Police Dial 5211

For the Telephone Number or Address of the Nearest Federal Bureau

of Investigation Office Dial "Operator" and ask for "Information"

Note: For Calera, Columbiana, Siluna and Vincent, See Information Preceding These
Subscnbers* Listings.

Corrected Through July 6, 1951
Copyright, 1951, by

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company



\ V



Business Transactions With the
Connpany

Our aim is to render a service that will be
satisfactory to our customers, though difficulties
will sometimes occur despite all of our efforts
to avoid them. On page one information is
shown regarding placing long distance calls,
securing numbers not listed in the directory,
reporting telephones out of order and making
emergency calls. Other matters, including busi-
ness transactions, should be taken up with the
business office either by telephone, personal
visit or letter.



BUSINESS OFFICE . . .

1817 4th Av., N. Bessemer, Ala.

Telephone Bessemer 5-9011. Business Hours,
8:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M.— Mondays through
Fridays. Closed on Saturdays.

C. D. Price, Ofc. Mgr.
Bessemer, Ala.

S. C. Stutts, Group Manager
Bessemer, Ala.

C. L. LOTT, District Manager
Birmingha^n, Ala.



Service Applications, Changes and

Discontinuances

Applications for new service, changes, addi-
tions and discontinuance of service should be
handled with our business office. A telephone
call will enable you in almost every case, to
transact business promptly and satisfactorily.



Telephone Calls to the Business Office

Call Bessemer 5-9011 and the representative
who answers will gladly handle your business
transactions.



Bills and Payments

Bills are rendered monthly on one of two
billing dates for local service in advance for a
one-month period from date of bill and lortg
distance service for a one-month period pre-
ceding the date of the bill. Bills may be paid
by mail or in person at our business office, 1817
4th Ave., N. Bessemer, Ala. Current bills with-
out balances may also be paid at any of the
payment agencies listed on the back of your
monthly bill.



How to Place Out-of-Town
Calls

There are two general classes of Out-of-Town
Calls, namely Station-to-Station and Person-to-
Person, as explained below. _





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Station-to-Station Calls

(From One Telephone to Another)

A station-to-station call is one when you ask
to be connected with a certain telephone in a
distant place. However, if you ask for a par-
ticular person or for an extension telephone
reached through a private branch exchange, as
one in some department or hotel room, the call
is a person-to-person call. A station-to-station
call is completed more quickly and the rate is
less than for a person-to-person call.

The time at the originating point when the
conversation starts detennines whether the day
or night rate applies. Charges begin when the
called telephone is answered provided the call-
ing party is holding the line.



To Place a Station-to-Station Call

First — Give the operator the name of the place
you are calling.

Second— The telephone number you are calling
(if known), otherwise the name and the address
(if known) of the party whose telephone you
are calling. For example: J. W. Brown's Resi-
dence — 425 Main Street.

Third— Your telephone number when the oper-
ator asks for it.



Person-to-Person Calls

(From One Person to Another)

A person-to-person call is one when you ask
for a particular person or extension telephone
reached through a private branch exchange, as
one in some department or hotel room. The rate
for a person-to-person call is higher than the
rate for a station-to-station call.

The time at the originating point when the
conversation starts determines whether the day
or night rate applies. The initial period is three
minutes, after which charges for additional time
apply. CJharges begin when the called person or
extension telephone reached through a private
branch exchange is obtained, provided the call-
ing party is holding the line. Charges may be
reversed without any change in rate.



To Place a Person-+o-Per$on Call

First-:-Give the operator the name of the place
you are calling.

Second— The name and telephone nxmiber (if
known) of the person you are calling, other-
wise, the name and the address (if known) of
the called party. For example: Mr. J. W.
Brown, at telephone 2470, or Mr. J. W. Brown,
at J. W. Brown's residence— 425 Main Street.

Third— Your telephone number when the oper-
ator asks for it.

Charges for Initial Period, Overtime and

Federal Taxe»

Further information concerning charges for
initial period, overthne, and Federal taxes may
be obtained by calling Long Distance.

Collect Calls

If the charges on the call are to be paid at
the distant telephone, you should tell the oper-
ator when filing the call that it is a "collect"
call. The charges, if accepted at the distant
telephone, will be billed to that telephone.

General Information

Tariffs

Tariffs which show rates, rules and regula-
tions for telephone service and facilities are on
file with the Regulatory Commissions having
jurisdiction over such matters, and are avail-
able for public inspection at our business office.

Transmitting Messages

Employes of the Telephone Company are for-
bidden to accept oral or written messages to be
transmitted by an employe over the lines of
the Telephone Company.

Attachments to Telephones

To render satisfactory service, it is important
that the Telephone Company furnish and main-
tain all apparatus and equipment connected
with its lines. Except as provided in the Tariffs,
no line, instrument, appliance or apparatus not
furnished by the Telephone Company shall be
connected with, attached to or in any way used
in connection with facilities of the Telephone
Company.

Recording of Telephone Conversations

A short "beep" tone heard over the telephone
about every 15 seconds indicates that the person
with whom you are talking is recording your
conversation by means of his electrical record-
ing machine connected to the line. The "beep"
signal is produced automatically by a device
which connects the recorder to the telephone
line and which is provided by the Telephone
Company for your protection.



Use of a recorder without this signal is un-
lawful. If you do not want a record made of
what you are saying, ask the person with whom
you are talking to disconnect his recording
machine. When he disconnects his recorder,
the signal is no longer heard.

Advertising Telephone Numbers

The advantages of showing telephone num-
bers on stationery, signs, cards, etc, are recog-
nized, though the growth and changes in the
city and the corresponding growth and arrange-
ment of Telephone facilities may require the
changing of telephone numbers. For this rea-
son, stationery, signs, pards, etc., showing tele-
phone numbers should not be printed in large
quantities.

Telegrams by Telephone

You may telephone telegrams, cablegrams or
radiograms to the Western Union Telegraph
Co., and have the charges billed to your tele-
phone accotmt if you are a telephone sub-
scriber. Just follow the instructions shown un-
der the listing of this company in the direc-
tory.

Architects' and Builders' Service

When building or remodeling, you may ar-
range with your architect or builder to provide
telephone outlets while construction is in prog-
ress. The Telephone Company will gladly ad-
vise with you, your architect or builder. Just
call the Telephone Company and ask for "Ar-
chitects' and Builders' Service."

Calls from a Party Line Where a Crank Is

Used to Ring the Operator

Before ringing the Operator, remove the re-
ceiver and listen to make sure the line is not
in use. To get the Operator, replace the re-
ceiver and turn the crank. When through talk-
ing, promptly hang up the receiver and turn
the crank again so the Operator will clear your
line for further use.



Teleph<



AUG 31 m



— 2



lone Directories

Loss of time and inconvenience by calling
wrong numbers can be avoided if you consult
the current directory before placing a csdl and
avoid the use of obsolete directories.

Between directory issues certain numbers do
not appear in the current directory due to
changes and new installations. These numbers
may be secured by calling "Information."

The use, in connection with Telephone Direc-
tories, of any auxiliary covers, tabs, stickers,
inserts or other matter, except such as are pro-
vided by, or with the consent of, the Telephone
Company is prohibited.

Telephone directories of other cities in this
and certain foreign countries can be obtained
for our customers who need them. Prices, etc.,
may be secured by calling the business office.



A 191496



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How to Use the Dial Telephone

In Calera, Columbiana,
Montevallo, Siluria and Vincent

Remove the receiver carefully from the hook
and listen for the dial tone which is a steady
humming sound indicating that the line is ready
for you to dial.

How to Dial a Number

When you hear the
dial tone, dial each
figure in the tele-
phone number you
wish to call as fol-
lows — Place your
finger in the opening
over the first figure
of the number, turn
the dial around until
your finger strikes
the finger stop, then
remove your finger
and, without touch-
ing the dial, allow it to return to its normal
position. Proceed in the same way to dial the
other figures in the niunber.

If your finger slips, or you make a mistake,
hang up the receiver, wait a few seconds for
the dial tone and dial again.

Before dialing a second call, always hang up
the receiver for a few seconds to clear the line.

Ringing and Busy Signals

A few seconds after you have completed dial-
ing, you should hear either the ringing signal,
an intermittent burr-rr-ing sound, indicating
that tlie bell of the called telephone is ringing,
or you should heat the busy signal, a buzz-
buzz-buzz, indicating that the called line is
busy.

If the called telephone is busy, you should
hang up your receiver and try the call again
later.

If you do not hear either the ringing signal
or the busy signal within half a minute, hang
up your receiver for a few seconds and then
tiy the call again.

Dial "Operator" for Assistance

If at any time you wish further information
regarding the procedure to follow in making
calls of any kind, dial "Operator" and ask her
for the information desired.

If you fail to hear the ringing signal or busy
signal after repeated attempts to reach a num-
ber, or if you have any other difficulty in com-
pleting a call, dial "Operator" and report the
condition to her.

Coin Box Telephones

Instructions for operating coin box telephones
are mounted on each coin box station.

Calls from a Party Line or from a Line
With an Extension Telephone

Listen to make sure that the line is not in use.
If you do not hear the dial tone, ask if the line
is being used. If no response is received, hang
up the receiver and then try again.

However, if you hear successive clicks, indi-
cating that someone is dialing, wait until the
dialing stops and then say that you have inter-
fered with the call, that it will be necessary to
hang up and dial the complete number again.
Then replace your receiver on the hook.

If you hear another party on your line dur-
ing or after dialing, say that the line is in use
and request him to hang up his receiver. If the
other party comes in on the line while you are



dialing, after he hangs up, you should also hang
up for a few seconds and then dial the com-
plete number again.

To Secure Names of Other Parties

on Your Line

If you wish to know the names of the other
parties on your line, you may obtain this in-
formation from "Repair Service".

To Dial Another Party on Your Line

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

If you are a party line subscriber and wish
to call another party on your line, it will be
necessary to follow the instructions given be-
low.

After you have finished dialing the code num-
ber or listed number, as shown below, hang up
your receiver. Your bell, as well as the bell of
the party you are calling, will ring at brief
intervals. When the called party answers, your
bell will stop ringing and you should then lift
your receiver to talk with the party answering.

If your bell does not stop ringing in from one
to two minutes, it indicates there is no one
within hearing distance to answer the called
telephone. You should then stop your bell from
ringing and free your line from the connection
by removing your receiver from the hook for
a few seconds.

CALERA SUBSCRIBERS

To call another party on your line, the code to
be dialed is the figure "4" followed by the last
figure in your telephone number and then the
last figure in the number you are calling. For
example, if your telephone number is "2214"
and you are calling the party whose number is
"2213," you should dial "443" and proceed as
described above under "General Instructions."

You may recognize other parties on your line
by the similarity of the telephone numbers, since
the first three figures in the numbers of all
parties on the same line are alike.

COLUMBIANA AND SILURIA SUBSCRIBERS

To call another party on your line, the code to
be dialed is the figure "8" followed by the last
figure in your telephone number and then the
last figure in the number you are calling. For
example, if your telephone number is "2214" and
you are calling the party whose number is
"2213," you should dial "843" and proceed as
described above under "General Instructions."

You may recognize other parties on your line
by the similarity of the telephone numbers, since
the first three figures in the numbers of all
parties on the same line are alike.

MONTEVALLO SUBSCRIBERS

Two-Party Subscribers — To call the other party
on your line, dial the code "7916" and proceed
as described above under "General Instructions."
Four-Party or Rural Subscribers — To call another
party on your line, the code to be dialed is the
figure "79" followed by the last figure in your
telephone number and then the last figure in the
number you are calling. For example, if your
telephone number is "2214" and you are calling
the party whose number is "2213," you should
dial "7943" and proceed as described above vm-
der "General Instructions."
You may recognize other parties on your line

by tiie siiiillaiity ox Hit; tclcphoiic riUiTiOci'S, SiliCc

the first three figures in the numbers of all
parties on the same line are alike.

VINCENT SUBSCRIBERS

To reach another party on your line, dial the
regular number of the other party as listed in
the telephone directory. After you have finished
dialing, you will hear the "busy" signal and
should immediately hang up your receiver, and
proceed as described above under "General In-
structions."

Your bell will then ring with the called party's
code on certain calls and with a very short ring,
recurring at brief intervals, on other calls. This
ring will also be sounded at other telephones on
your line, and subscribers whose call code is one
long ring should not answer their telephone
when the short recurring ring is heard since the
short ring is only to let the calling party know
that the nvunber dialed is being rung.





MONTEVALLO, ALA.

*

Including Wilton, Moores Cross Rd.. Aldrich, Boothton, Dry Valley, Dogwood,
Pea Ridge, Almont, Underwood and Marvel, Ala.

ALPHABETICAL TELEPHONE DIRECTORY

For Instructions on How to Use the Dial Telephone See Page 4.



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Acker Chas T Dr ofc 5 Island 5881

Res 2 Selma 4271

Ackerley Lois 205 Nabors 8861

Acme Oil Co 7700 Shelby 7204

Night Calls 506I

Adams C H 802 E Middle ." " 8096

Adams J C r Wilton 6381

Adams Tom 8873

Adkins W R r 8366

Ala Coach Co bus sta 1 Boundry '7212

Ala College

Alice Boyd Primary BIdg 7209

Alumnae Secretary 6821

Bloch Hall 4726

BIdg & Grounds Supt . . isOSl

Business Mgr & Treas .' .6781

Dairy 8141

Dean of Residence 4771

Dean's Ofc 6761

Dining Room 578I

Education Dept & Placement Bureau 5761

Elementary School 4751

English & Foreign Language Depts 6831

Filtration Plant 8921

High School .' ,' .6701

High School Home Economics ! .6791

Home Management House 7286

Infirmary 6771

Laundry 7221

Library '.".'.'.'.'.'. .4721

Main Dormitory , 7283

Main Dormitory House Director .... ! .6721

Main Dormitory House Director 7255

Music Hall 7247

Night Watchman .5791

Physical Education Dept 5751

Power House 7236

Pres Office ' ." * . .4711

Public Relations * * ' "5771

Psychology Dept . . .4761

Radio Studio , 8111

Ramsey Hall ' . . ' .7281

Registrar ' .8322

Reynolds Hall ^8941

Secretarial Sc & Math Dep/s .7274

Social Science Dept 6741

Speech Dept 8771

Student Counselor 7292

Supply Dept [ , 7246

Tutwiler Hall 7242



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