“THEM DAYS ARE GONE FOREVER!” (Feb, 1951)

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“THEM DAYS ARE GONE FOREVER!”

Yep, there was a time when you could buy a sirloin steak for fifteen cents!

DEARIE, if you remember when a steak smothered with onions cost you a fast fifteen cents, when horses pulled fire engines and women laced themselves into ulcer-making corsets, then you’re much older than we are—hut not by much!

Sure, we remember electric runabouts, cigar store Indians and sleeve garters. That’s why we’ve dedicated these two pages to all you old-timers who like to. turn back the pages of your memory book occasionally and recall “the good old days.” Say, remember the nickel beer and the free lunch counter? Ah, you youngsters don’t know what you’re missing!

2 comments
  1. Hirudinea says: January 24, 20136:00 pm

    I don’t think that lady on page 2 will be eating any of the meals on page 1, where would she put them?

  2. KeeferCeefer says: January 26, 20134:55 pm

    I guess the old cigar store Indian was a real M’N’F’R. HA! That really struck me as funny.

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