Once we moved into the building on the corner of Lady and Assembly which was an old gas station/tire store, we added a snack-bar complete with sno kones, popcorn, boiled and roasted peanuts, candy apples and Jif chips. Jif chips that were about the size of a quarter and looked more like a small piece of orange plastic. They were poured into hot oil and fried. When they came out they were jet puffed and tasted quite good. I can’t begin to imagine what these were made of but we sure sold a lot of them and to this day, I will have some people come in and ask if we still have those available. Now I know those people have been around quite awhile to remember those chips!
-Carolette Cromer Turner