Anjette Lyles Daughter
Anjette’s on Mulberry Street was one of the most popular lunch spots in the 1950s. The most weekdays were filled with white collar staff, since the place is convenient to many local offices.
Entrepreneurs, lawyers and some nice food and hotel in Southern Europe. But the host, Anjette Lyles, was the main attraction for the mostly male customers.
She was born in 1925 to Anjette Donovan, the only daughter of a fairly well off couple (though she had two brothers). Although she was a mediocre student, Anjette was well educated.
Mostly her fellow students remembered her as a girl who, by charm and deceit, generally got what she wanted, but remained unlike.
In 1947, it married a young man, Ben Lyles, who had served during the Second World War, like most of the young men at the time.
Marcia, born in 1948, went to work in the family’s restaurant of Lyles next to Ben’s mother Julia after their very first daughter. (His dad had died years before.)
She showed herself to have a great business talent, and was a success for the customers.
And the restaurant staff was her daughter, baby Marcia. Anjette was angry he had not informed her until she did so. Anjette, who had given birth to her second daughter (Carla) just gave birth.