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Metal TV Trays...How else would you eat your Swanson's TV dinner while watching Leave It To Beaver on TV?

Loved this show when I was little. Even had the Mrs. Beasley doll.

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1967 TV Trays - a new invention and everyone had them. The bottom one in green I still have they were my Dads his Mom Grandma Cope gave them to my parents as a gift....

Frozen food back in the 60s was an inedible joke perpetrated by the food industry and parents who convinced themselves that it was more modern, and therefore a better way for people to eat.

In 5th grade, this was my favorite show on TV!

yep...all 4 channels............ black and white..We also had to get up to change the volume.

I had this tray for a long time. I liked the idea of being served breakfast in bed, though my mother was never willing to indulge me.

TVs came in cabinets, and often included a record player and radio, too. Note the Rabbit Ears antenna - we kids spent hours moving them up, down and sideways at our parents' direction, trying to bring in a perfect picture, and get rid of the static in the sound! (No such thing as a remote then - you had to get up and adjust things yourselves - that's why having a kid was useful : )

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The Uncle played in many of the first and second season episodes of Green Acres. The only character on Petticoat Junction that I thought was obnoxious! Not a role example for sure! Otherwise - this show was zany and a semi-real and entertaining capture of what rural America was believed to encounter along the tracks of backwoods life.