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Drive In play ground. Before the movie and at intermission. You played on the playground in your feetie pajamas. By yourself; your parents need not supervise.

Drive In play ground. Before the movie and at intermission. You played on the playground in your feetie pajamas. By yourself; your parents need not supervise.

Drive In Movies  - Mom would make popcorn. We always played on the playground before the movie. Debby and I usually slept in the backseat during the second movie. The movie playing should have been a Western.

Drive In Movies - Mom would make popcorn. We always played on the playground before the movie. Debby and I usually slept in the backseat during the second movie. The movie playing should have been a Western.

Hi everyone, this board is taking a little Intermission while we try to figure out what direction we will take in the future.  Thanks for viewing our stories for the last month, and thanks to all of our talented writers on Story Themes.  Enjoy the cheesy vintage intermission clip :-)

Hi everyone, this board is taking a little Intermission while we try to figure out what direction we will take in the future. Thanks for viewing our stories for the last month, and thanks to all of our talented writers on Story Themes. Enjoy the cheesy vintage intermission clip :-)

Drive In Theaters - ha a treat!  Park your car,hook up the big metal speaker to your window and then a trip to the concession stand - always fell asleep in the back seat before the show!

Drive In Theaters - ha a treat! Park your car,hook up the big metal speaker to your window and then a trip to the concession stand - always fell asleep in the back seat before the show!

The drive-in movie theater formerly operating at 2322 Berlin Turnpike in Newington, CT, opened in 1946, and was one of the first in the state. The E.M. Loews chain operated the theater and it was managed by Dick Buzzell for all 50 of its seasons. It closed in 1996

The drive-in movie theater formerly operating at 2322 Berlin Turnpike in Newington, CT, opened in 1946, and was one of the first in the state. The E.M. Loews chain operated the theater and it was managed by Dick Buzzell for all 50 of its seasons. It closed in 1996

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June 3, 1948: Interesting Idea, But Will It Fly?

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1960's I actually had this pattern and made the dresses!!  the pink one I made in green with a white ruffle  LOL

1960's I actually had this pattern and made the dresses!! the pink one I made in green with a white ruffle LOL

I love this stuff my complexion had gotten so much better. I use this in the am sometimes in the pm but i find it doesn't remove all my makeup unless i use it twice, so i like to use my ponds cold cream at night and Noxzema in the am. At first i wasn't sure if I'd like it but after sticking with it my skin looks great! "Noxzema"

I love this stuff my complexion had gotten so much better. I use this in the am sometimes in the pm but i find it doesn't remove all my makeup unless i use it twice, so i like to use my ponds cold cream at night and Noxzema in the am. At first i wasn't sure if I'd like it but after sticking with it my skin looks great! "Noxzema"

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