The Seale-Lily Ice Cream Co. was a regional company located in Jackson, MS. Not only was their product in stores, but they also operated company owned ice cream stores and soda fountains through out the state.
In 1939 a store was opened in my home town. I was 12 years old and was lucky to get a job as a "curb boy". We served customers like a drive in, hanging trays of ice cream treats on cars. The pay was $2 a week plus tips. It was a great job as I got to become friends with all the high school boys and girls when they would all come by on dates. You always bought your girl a soda.
The big bonus of this job was the free ice cream from a black guy named " PineApple" who assisted the driver on the truck that bought our ice cream. He would always toss us a pint as the truck pulled out. This was a treat one never forgets.
I know, that's T. M. I. So I'll stop for now. P.S. Seal-lily no longer exists.