middle of the pack!

Like other baby boomers, I didn't get a Social Security card until I was at least

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Drive-In Movie Speakers

Drive-In Movie Sound System.Speakers at the drive in.one for your car.one for the car on the other side of you.what fun it was! Not so much fun to drive away at the end of the movie with the speaker still clipped to your window!

Gas prices in the 70's

The price of gas in I remember this. I wish we still had full service gas stations today. I'd be willing to spend extra for this service, especially in the winter.

I'm not sure if I have any recollection of my Dad getting up to change the channel! Why should he when he had three healthy and able kids!! :)

changing channels--oh, so true!we only had 3 channels. plus had to get up to change channels. plus only black and white tv

McDonalds remember when.....

The original McDonald's menu. There just was no fast food. We would pack our own and take it with us. The first fast food was the A&W Rootbeer stand. Didn't eat at McDonald's till I was in High School.and then had to go to another town.

Year I was born

Cost of Living in 1957 .Check out the gas price! Wouldn't it be great if we had these prices today? Of course - we'd have to have today's salary.

Library book check-out card

LIbrary Cards looked just like this. You got to sign your name on it. If it was a school library book, you would look up and down the names of the people who'd taken it out before you, to see if you knew anyone!

PRELL Shampoo 1960s Glass Bottle...I loved the way my hair smelled after it was washed with Prell!

Prell Shampoo- Remember the pearl? It was a funny gimmick ;in their commercial they would sink a pearl in the shampoo . I guess it was to show richness by identification .

1971 Cost of Living, according to a 'Remember When' booklet for birthdays

Notice the price of a new house was just little more than 2 years salary.try that today. Even the price of a new car was only a third of a years salary. The year I graduated high school.

Libraries had fewer books and it took longer -despite Mr. Dewey's Decimal System- to find and check-out books.

The "old days" library cards When I visited the old Burns School when it was still around.I looked at some of the books I had frequently checked out and lo and behold! My name from the was still on the library card!

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Lots of Memories

library card catalogue ---almost a relic in today's electronic age I loved the Dewey decimal system and considered becoming a librarian when in the grade!