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TORY RICHARDS

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Thursday, May 7, 2009

OMG...a friend sent this to me and I just have to share it. This is a 1950s Sandwich Menu from Woolworth's......My Generation's Fast Food.

If any of you have doubts about what we paid for a coke and a sandwich at Woolworth's in the 1950's, here's proof of the era we lived in........ I was born in 1955 but I recall eating lunch a few times at a Woolworth's while growing up.

How many of you don't even know what Woolworth's is?

6 comments:

housemouse88 said...

Hello Debbie,

I wasn't born during this era. However, I do remember my mom talking about selling a candy bar and a bottle of coke for 25 cents. Have a great day.

LuAnn said...

My dad used to take me to Woolworth for a grape pop once a week!

Tory Richards said...

Yeah, today you can get a candy bar and bottle of coke for only a couple bucks:)

Tory Richards said...

I remember going with my parents too LuAnn. I miss those good ole days!

michelle said...

Could you imagine someone from the 1950s looking at a current day menu? They would pass out from sticker shock!

Kytaira said...

I remember going to a Woolworth's as a very small child a couple of times. My great uncle would take me and my grandmother took me once when we went shopping for my Kindergarten dress. I was born in 65. I seem to remember my grandma getting a cup and saucer set there.