A&W Root Beer Stands
Drive-ins with the tray on the window. Miss that tray on the window! Brings back memories! ~
Drive, Drive In
A & W Root Beer stand, with car hops that brought your food out on a tray and placed it on your car window. Perfect for summer weather.
drive - in restaurants with carhops. Mom used to take us to Sydney's Drive-In in Woflin Village in Amarillo when we were kids in the fifties. Dad would take us to A Rootbeer stand for root beer floats. And this is why I go to Sonic as often as possible!
I remember going to the A&W for a Baby Burger and Root Beer Float in the 70's....rolling around in the back of the station wagon with my brother & sister. Sometimes Mom would get Dad to buy a jug of Root Beer to take home. We'd chug it right from the bottle. Good Times!!
At the Drive-In by Dusty_73, via Flickr Carhops took your order at your car then brought it to you on a tray like this that hung on your car window. I LOVED these. Those were the days... sigh... and those A Root Beer Floats!
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A & W Drive In - love the napkin holder. Always the best treat ever when dad got root beer floats.
Remember this? A&W Root Beer Stands, and root beer FLOATS awwwwwwwww
Carhops at A driveins!
1970's Dubble Bubble Gum Click here to download TC... I always loved the saturated color in those 50's and 60's cartoons Click here to download A & W on a Saturday night and the girls would bring it to your car in roller skates :) Click here to download I loved these! Christmas memories at my Grandmother's house. Click here to download I ? the 80's Click here to download
This really brings back some memories!!!!!!
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This really brings back some memories, playing 45s on our hifi record player. Had a box of some 50 records that was given that kindled my love of music.
45 RPM records with a stacker = big time! I've still got a slew of 45 records and a record player to play them on.
45 rpm records 'stacked' waiting their turn to play via the Auto Changer. #music #recordplayer #records #vinyl #turntable #audio http://www.pinterest.com/TheHitman14/for-the-record/
45 RPM records with a stacker. Don't remember having any record players with stackers, so we must have done it the old-fashioned way--one at a time!
45 RPM records played by the stack. A little removable piece hooked on the record player to play 45's. We would stack 6 at a time.
Stacking 45 rpm records. We could also stack multiple LP records (albums) on our record player--it was nice not to have to get up all the time to switch out the records!
These were for playing 45 rpm records. Sometimes you had to fit a disc in the center to fit your record player.
45 RPM records with a stacker. I can remember playing Elvis's 45 called "If I Can Dream" over and over again on my record player. I think the flip side was "In the Ghetto". My sister and I had to share the player. She'd have it in her room for a week and then I'd get to have it for a week.
45 RPM records in the 60's
Drive-in movie Speakers
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Drive in movie speakers at the drive-in movie theater! Some had playgrounds below the screen we played on before the movie started!!!
Drive in movie speakers...oh yes! Very familiar. Parents took me to see the Exorcist with one of these in the window of the car!! Thanks Dad....nightmares for weeks!
Drive in movie speakers! Remember going to a drive in movie with Mom and Dad on Saturday night.............
Drive-in movie Speakers ~ Some of my best childhood memories. We still go, speakers were there until a few yrs. ago. Now the speaker posts remain as parking spots.
Drive in movie speakers! Remember going to a drive in movie with friends ... the midnight shows was the best !!
Drive in movie speakers. Love the drive inn moviws still GO every summer ♥♡
Drive in movie speakers....Oh the childhood memories!
Drive in movie speakers. Remember these?
Drive in theater speakers
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Drive In movies. Soooo much fun. Some places still have these but you use your radio for speakers.
The Skyway Drive-In was at the end of SE 18th Ave just off the Dallas Highway until 1962. (The screen was located at what is now the eastbound lanes of I-40)
Daddy never let me go to a drive-in movie! Daddy didn't know everything! That looks like a '59 Chevy at the bottom of the picture. Those fins were rad! They had to change the next year because they were catching air and causing the rear end to lift off the road at high speed!
Drive In movies, Wearing our jammies to the drive in, playing on the playground equipment up front while we waited for it to get dark and then eating popcorn out of a greasy brown paper bag that Mom made before we left home.
Drive Inn Movies...Watched many an Elvis and Frankie Avalon movies here...
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Classic cars at Drive-in Theatre
Drive In movies-loved em!!
Drive-in movie theaters
1950s McDonald's - 15 cents!!
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1950s McDonald's sign ...15 cent hamburger, 12 cent fries... Every kid got excited by those golden arches!!
McDonald's: Originally 15 cents for a hamburger, started the "fast food" revolution in America ... later around the world!
1950s McDonald's - 15 cents!! - less than a dollar even in the 60's for hamburger, fries and a drink!
McDonalds and the Golden Arch! wow 15 cents! 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 - 15 cents!! Dad took us after Church for lunch...just the beginning of "fast" food.
Before it was the Golden Arches - one arch got you a 15 cent hamburger
1950s McDonald's - 15 cents!! Just the beginning of "fast" food.
McDonald's - 15 cents! Opened in our town in the mid 60's.
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♡ Are you lucky enough to remember when carhops brought your tray out like this, Friday night at the Drive-in Movie?♡
Fast Food Drive in - A car hop would bring your order on a tray that clipped on the car window. Love the mustard and catsup bottles; so much better than individual packets, which also wastes far too much plastic.
drive in movies...ah. nostalgia. how you went to the movies when you were too poor for a sitter...jammie up the kids and put em in the back of the station wagon!
The Drive In Movies. I went to the one of Rt.#22 (east) in Kenilworth, the one on Oak Tree Rd. in Edison, and another in Newark. I could get five or six guys in the trunk of my 1946 DeSoto plus four or five girls and me driving that we paid for to get in.
The car, the drive in restaurants,the carhops, the whole thing...such fun memories. :-) Loved the 50's & 60's..
One of my favorite parts of going to the drive-in movies. Food was brought out to you by a "car hop"
Coke, being served at the AW Root Beer, Stand, the car hop, waitress, would take your order, and bring your food and drinks, out to your car, and the tray, attached to your door. To the Original Pinner: this is a Drive In Movie Theater.....see the Speaker?
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Where your favorite drive in theater? #pinupamerica #drivein #theater
Ms Pac-Man AND going to the Arcade! Definitely used in advertising too ... we used the Pac-Man module for a Remegel launch at Warner-Lambert ... A soft chewable antacid to compliment Rolands, another W-L brand I worked on in the early 80's, Marcie Fleischman
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Ms. Pacman Video Game was my favorite! back in the day. Today I have a Plug and Play TV Game version of Ms Pacman.
Played this at Tim and Tucks a LOT after school!! ms pac man. STill one of my favorite games to play
Ms Pacman! Arcades totally ruled the 80s @Janel Erikson Erikson Erikson Kauffman Kids Rule
ms pac man. STill one of my favorite games to play
ms pac man. BEST GAME EVER!!!!!!!!
Ms. Pacman arcade game 80s
ms pac man arcade machine
My favorite game ever
ms pac man #1980s
Remember doing this....wrap your boyfriends class ring with yarn so it would fit your finger?
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"we would wrap our boyfriends class ring with angora yarn to fit our finger...". Mine had about an inch of yarn on it.
we would wrap our boyfriends class ring with angora yarn to fit our finger or put it on a necklace chain...
we would wrap our boyfriends class ring with angora yarn to fit our finger...John Siebern gave me his class ring on March 30th, 1968 but who remembers!
we would wrap our boyfriends class ring with angora yarn to fit our finger...and I covered my yarn w/clear nail polish so it didn't get all ratty. ;)
we would wrap our boyfriends class ring with angora yarn to fit our finger......and then "fluff" it with an old toothbrush to make it look like the setting was sitting in a puff of soft color..
"we would wrap our boyfriends class ring with angora yarn to fit our finger...". yes, I remember it had to be angora yarn.
In high school we would wrap our boyfriends class ring with angora yarn to fit our finger...Cool!
Josten's School Rings- with the tape on the back of your boyfriend's ring to make it fit
Wearing Your Boyfriend's Class Ring and wrapping angora yarn around it so it would fit.
Remember reaching into a huge cooler the size of a chest freezer, and pulling out a drink that was dripping with ice cold water, and popping the bottle cap off with the built in bottle opener at the country store?
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pop cooler with bottle opener - this is how we used to buy pop when we took road trips to disneyland when I was a child
Remember reaching into a huge cooler the size of a chest freezer, and pulling out a drink that was dripping with ice cold water, popping the bottle cap off with the built in bottle opener at the country store? And they were all glass bottles.
Oh, the days at Uncle Bruce's store. Remember reaching into a huge cooler the size of a chest freezer, and pulling out a drink that was dripping with ice cold water, popping the bottle cap off with the built in bottle opener at the country store?
The Hamm's Beer Bear. "From the Land of Sky Blue Waters".
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The Hamm's Beer Bear. "From the Land of Sky Blue Waters". I used to love this commercial. My sister and I would sing it all day long.
The Hamm's Beer Bear. "From the Land of Sky Blue Waters". This was my grandfathers favorite. I loved the commercials.
The Hamm's Beer Bear. "From the Land of Sky Blue Waters........ Hamm's the beer refreshing... Hamm's............"
I'm not a drinker, but I do remember this commercial. So catchy. The Hamm's Beer Bear. "From the Land of Sky Blue Waters".
The Hamm's Beer Bear. "From the Land of Sky Blue Waters... Hamm's, the beer refreshing! Hamm's!" I loved the commercials.
The Hamm's Beer Bear. "From the Land of Sky Blue Waters." (Minnesota means sky-tinted waters.)
The Hamm's Beer Bear. "From the Land of Sky Blue Waters". Hence the name Sparkling Waters
The Hamm's Beer Bear. .."From the Land of Sky Blue Waters". ads
Vintage beer signs
Loved the Sears Catalog Christmas Wish Book!
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Sears Catalog Christmas Wish Book Always looked forward to the wish book. Couldn't buy anything. But looking at the pics
Gen X memory: Sears Catalog Christmas Wish Book! Loved going through this every year.
Loved the Sears Catalog Christmas Wish Book - HOURS were spent going over every page!
Sears Catalog Christmas Wish Book 1975. Looked forward to this every Christmas season
Sears Catalog Christmas Wish Book Loved getting this and looking through it!
Sears Catalog Christmas Wish Book, saved the very last one produced!
Loved the Sears Catalog Christmas Wish Book! 1975
Sears Christmas Wish Book Catalog,
Loved the Christmas catalogs.
They were a little bit less than tasty, not very nutritious, but were the "in" thing to eat. You were a part of the modern age!
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Swanson TV dinners - Sometimes on Sunday night we'd have these, but I'd only eat the salisbury steak one.
Swanson TV dinners - the working Mom's savior, we ate a lot of these but at least we were allowed to watch television while we did. #TVDinners
Swanson's TV dinners - the fried chicken was amazingly good (even if it took 45-50 minutes in the oven)
In honor of Swanson's TV Dinners turning 50, (2013) the very first classic turkey dinner.
Swanson TV Dinners only cost 99 cents? I bet I have eaten hundreds of theses growing up.
Swansons TV Dinners - ate on a tv tray while watching "Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom"
Friday nights in front of the TV in the late 60's! Served in METAL trays!
TV DINNER Day!!!!! The story goes... In 1954, Gerald Thomas, a C.A. Swanson & Sons executive, had a big problem. What to do with about 270 tons of left over Thanksgiving Turkey? "After Thanksgiving, Swanson had ten refrigerated railroad box cars, each containing 520,000 pounds [240,000 kg.] of unsold turkeys, going back and forth across the country, because there was not enough storage in warehouses. We were challenged to come up with a way to get rid of the turkeys," said Thomas. He got the breakthrough idea from the trays used for airline food service. And, thus, the TV Dinner was born. The first production order was for 5,000 dinners, thought to be a big gamble at the time as rival companies, like Quaker States Foods, were having only limited success in the then burgeoning frozen food market. Swanson hired some two dozen women to man the factory assembly line during the night shift, all armed with ice cream scoops, to fill the new compartmentalized trays. The first TV Dinner featured Turkey, Corn Bread Dressing and Gravy, buttered Peas and Sweet Potatoes. It cost 98 cents (€ 70 cents) and came in a box resembling a television set. The initial 5,000 dinners produced proved to be a gross underestimation. Swanson eventually sold 10,000,000 TV Dinners that very same year. At the time, most households in America did not own freezers; so, the dinners were bought refrigerated and then "prepared" in the oven at home that very same day. Since the dinners were the exact size of a TV tray, they were perfect for having a hot "home-cooked" meal in front of the television set while watching "Kukla, Fran, and Ollie". A frozen Fried Chicken dinner was introduced in 1955 with other flavor styles soon to follow. Lutefisk TV Dinner - Salt Cod cured with Lye! To this day, Turkey remains the most popular Swanson TV Dinner, except in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas where, inexplicably, Fried Chicken is king. Nobody truly knows why. Sadly, in 1962 Swanson stopped calling the product TV Dinners, but generations of people around the globe still refer to most frozen pre-made meals as "TV Dinners" and never forget their first taste of an American icon.
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Vintage Sanford Pencil Sharpener - Mountable 3 Different Ways
Going to the front of the room to sharpen your pencil.....
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Going to the front of the room to sharpen your pencil.....have yet to find a modern pencil sharpener that is more reliable...
Getting the perfect sharpened pencil from this: | 38 Things That Will Take '80s Kids Back To Their Elementary School Days
Just having a excuse to get up...I sharpen my pencil? :) the food ol days!
38 Things That Will Take '80s Kids Back To Their Elementary School Days
Don't know a couple, but nice walk down memory lane!
Wall Pencil sharpener - in elementary school.
Childhood Memories •~• pencil sharpener
Si naciste en los 80’s estas cosas te devolverán a tu niñez (Fotos)
Vintage Highlights Childrens Magazines Set of 3
Highlights makes me think of going to the Drs office, it was the only fun thing about it!
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Highlights makes me think of going to the Drs office, it was the only fun thing about it! Dr. Thomas Gootee to be exact!
These actually started in the late sixties. Remember Goofus and Gallant? In all doctors and dentist offices!
These actually started in the late sixties...I had them in the 70's and loved them....reesiescraps
Highlights Magazine. I loved going to the doctor's office, as I got to read this while we waited!
Highlights loved these, especially the Hidden Pictures **read them at the doctor's waiting room*
Highlights magazine...you could always count on a dr's office having these in the waiting room.j
Highlights magazine. Used to read it at the Dentist's office. I remember Goofus and Gallant...
Highlights magazine - In every doctor and dentist office
Suitcases loved the pockets
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Hard sided suitcases with pockets all around and on lid. : )
I have an obsession with vintage suitcase. I just love them💜
Craft supplies stored in vintage suitcase... marvelous!
a vintage suitcase with pretty satin/silk inside.....
I remember suitcases looking like this inside!
Old suitcase. Loved the pockets.
Our suitcases looked like this.
A & W root beer... and teen burger, with bacon mmmmm
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The AW drive-in. Dad flicking the lights for service, the tray on the window with all the food on it... thinking it'll fall over with those heavy mugs on it. ;-D I was just in one of these in Wisconsin recently... brought back lots of fun memories.. such as the "burger family" and the different sizes of root beer floats... love it... and it is still like it was...
a & w drive in restaurants - My grandpa always took me here for a treat, always onion rings, and then either a root beer float or a chocolate malt ... god I miss him!
Our Friday night drive ended up here. Dad would get a Papa burger with burnt french fries by his request
The AW drive-in. Dad flicking the lights for service, the tray on the window with all the food on it. This design is the same as the one on 12th St. in New west. Major treat to go here! Sadly, I think it's a car lot now. Same building-no burgers!
A & W rootbeer has that frosty mug taste...and baby burgers!!!...."Remember the 'tinys'?
The A & W Root Beer Drive in restaurant on Route 45 - lunch time favorite!
a & w drive in restaurants Rootbeer with Aunt Dona and Uncle Mark.
A & W root beer... and baby burgers!!!
nothing like an Ice cold Rootbeer
Brach's Root Beer Barrels. Loved to get mix n' match bags of the bulk Brach's Candy as a kid.
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Brachs Root Beer Barrels / My grandmother always had these in her candy dish. She loved them!
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Brachs Root Beer Barrels. Brachs made great candy. Do they still exist?
Root Beer Barrels Candy, loved these!!
Brach’s Root Beer Barrels
Soda & Root Beer Candy from CandyWarehouse.com, America's favorite online Bulk Candy Super Store! . Candy has been featured at the soda fountain shops for generations. This section highlights soda themed candy such as 7-UP, A&W Root Beer, A&W Cream Soda, Dr. Pepper, Grape Crush, Orange Crush, and Cola.
Brach's Root Beer Barrels: 6.5LB Bag from CandyWarehouse.com, America's favorite online Bulk Candy Super Store! Skip the can and get your Root Beer fix with these classic Root Beer Barrel hard candies. There are approximately 75 pieces per pound. Barrel Dimensions- Length: 0.875 Inch Diameter: 0.5 Inch Unit Price = $6.00/lb. Bag contains 6.5 pounds of twist-wrapped Brach's Root Beer Barrels Candy. Shipping Weight ~ 7 lbs.
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Sugar Daddy candy... if you had a loose tooth, this was your solution!
Sugar Daddy candy. Pulled our fillings out! And your loose teeth!!!
Oh, the fillings I've lost to Sugar Daddy. [Frm bd: Vintage Fun]
♥ my favorite! & Sugar Babies were awesome, too.
Sugar Daddy candy: Pulled our fillings out!
♥ OMG my favorite! Heaven heaven
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Remember the Giant Sugar Daddy of the 70's?
Vintage Cootie Game 1960s
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1960 toys | Vintage Cootie Game 1960s - I forgot all about this game!
Cootie Game, 1960's - I had this game as a kid.
i loved playing cooties game when I was a kid
One of our favorite games--Cootie!
Vintage Cooties game, circa 1960
I loved Cootie Bug!
You’ll love this vintage 1960’s COOTIE game by Scharper. Made in USA. Catalogue #200 It’s in great shape with game die and all its parts: bodies, legs, eyes, proboscises, and antennas, enough parts to build 4 Cootie bugs! The original box is in very good shape with no rips, tears or tape. It has a bit of discolouration in spots Instructions are on the inside of the box top. Re-live your youth or add it to your vintage toy collection Who needs video games when you have this original, exciting “build a cootie bug” game for boys and girls??!!
Retro Gold Color DUK IT Bean Bag Ashtray in original duck box
bean bag ash trays