Transportation: Railroad Station on Railroad Street for
Washington Branch line of Georgia Railroad.
Bus Station at Green's Frug Store o south side of Public
square for Southeastern Stages and Bass Bus Lines.
Emergency landing field for airplances at the rear of the
C.E. Irvin House on Lexington Avenue.
Traffic Regulations: Right and left turns permitted at
all intesections except at the corner of Main and Sping
Streets on the west side of the public square; right turns
may be made on red lights. Stop and slow signs and parking
limitations are plainly marked.
Accommodations: Two hotels; several boarding houses; and
one tourist home. Moderate rates. No hotel for Negros but
two private homes take roomers.
Shopping: Shops around the Public Square and on Robert
Toomvs Avenue for a block eash side of the square.
Information Service: No bureau of information, but
clerks in shops, especially those int he drug stores, and
the city clerk in the City hall gladly give information and
Recreation: Golf: Washington Golf Club, 4 miles east on
US highway 78, 9 holes with sand greens; visitors may obtain
permission to play from some member.
Tennis: Courts at Boline Home on South Spring Street; no
Swimming: Concrete pool at Boline home on South Spring
Street; 10 cents for children, 15 cents for adults.
Theaters: One motion picture theater on west side of Public
Annual Events: Spring: Daffodil Garden Club Flower Show;
April 26, Confederate memorial Day exercises.
Fall: Washington High School Carnival.