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1970's in North Highlands,Ca.

Oh, the nickel root beer! a&w root beer drive in ( I loved this place when I was a kid - they had the best root beer floats in the whole wide world - and the drive in was the grooviest!

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early - I remember this soooo well. A favorite after high school treat. An order of fries and a coke! I bet you got more fries than you do today .and they cost more.

The Dairy Queen - one of two drive-in's in our small southern Oregon town where I grew up.

Cherry Red "Dipped" vanilla cone was my fave! --I even remember the darn theme song from the commercial!--"Let's all go to the Dairy Queen, the scrumpdillyicious Dairy Queen!

I had a couple of these growing up.

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Cursive writing guides above the chalkboard and pull-down maps in schools. I have the map now I just need the cursive guide!

The good old days!

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Best glasses ever!  Wish Tupperware still sold them.

Ohmygosh my Grandmother had these. Aluminum tumblers the best way to keep cold drinks cold. So many great memories.

Loved Strawberry Milk as a kid!

Nestle Strawberry Quik powder flavoring for your milk. It came with a little plastic scoop.

and our parents thought this was expensive.......

Cost of Living in Although, If I remember right, the milk and the gas might be a little higher than they were in our area. I'm also pretty sure that the minimum wage was lower than that also. I remember making 65 cents/ hr in

McDonalds and the Golden Arch! Back then my dad would say "let's go to the golden arches," not McDonalds! Their food was much better back then!

1950s McDonald's