Don McNeill was a well known radio personality who broadcast his daily morning "Breakfast Club" program for over 15 years. Part of his program included a "March Around The Breakfast Table" while march music was played.
Girl Scout Cookies were once sold in metal cans. This one pound decorative can of peanut crunch displayed the many merit emblems a scout could earn. The simple ingredients were listed as peanuts, sugar, corn syrup, molasses and salt. No preservatives seen in so many of today's products.
This 48 page booklet, published in 1922, contained recipes for appetizers. relishes, entrees, vegetable, cheese & fruit salads and of course all kinds of desserts all containing Jell-o as a ingredient. In 1922 the Jell-o Company was located in Le Roy, N.Y. and was a product of General Foods Corp.
On August 21, 1940, for the ticket price of $1.50, you could take a train ride from Paterson to Rye Beach, NY for the 53rd Annual Excursion of the Paterson Grocers' Association that included "an evening sail up the Long Island Sound". The price for children was only 75 cents. It included these hand fans.
Before indoor plumbing and bathrooms, this was the family bathtub. Saturday night was bath night. Mom would line up the children to determine who was cleanest and who was the dirtiest. To save time and the need to change and heat the bath water after each child, Mom would bath the cleanest child first with [...]