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The 60's Official Website is awesome! My memories of growing up in Circleville include working as a cashier at "Super Duper"; my 1st real job. I was also a car hop @ "Noel's King Boy". My Uncle Sonny worked at the Blue Ribbon Dairy. We also had the Pickaway Dairy where my Aunt Mabel would scoop up mounds of strawberry ice cream for me. Do you remember Pucket's Hamburger Inn which was on N. Court near the American Hotel? Their hamburgers actually floated in grease. I remember the Moon Light Skates at Circle D, too. And I believe that boxes of Quaker Oats had cups or bowls inside. Oh & that corner meat market was Bennet's as I recall. The summer of '63 we lived on N. Court St. just across the street from there & right in front of Ted Lewis Park. I still hang my laundry out on the line with wooden clothes pins. Ah, to go back again to the 60's.....Thanks again Carl for an awesome "Flashback to the 60's!" :!cool:

Admin reply: Thank you Carolyn for your kudos and for recommending the site to so many others.

Carl


Added: August 9, 2014
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Hi - very nice site for "retro" entertainment. I wonder if you or your audience might be able to help me rediscover the name of an old show from the 60's? I don't know if this was a nationally syndicated show or something more local to the Northeast broadcast markets, maybe even only Philadelphia. During much of its broadcast history, the show appeared in the early Saturday evening time slots. The show was probably 90% 16mm travelogue with the host interviewing the guest as they viewed the film with the broadcast audience. The other 10% seemed to be comprised of aerial combat footage from the last years of WW2 (as I mostly remember mustangs, corsairs and the occasional spitfire) where combat pilots had cameras in the cockpits and filmed escorts and dogfights. The show ran for a couple of years on a minimal set (two chairs and paneled walls).
I hope this description might bring the name to someone's memory.
Thanks for your efforts - very entertaining!
Wayne from Philly

Admin reply: Thanks for dropping by Wayne. I don't have a clue what the show may be but perhaps somebody from that part of the country may recall it. Is there anybody that can help Wayne?

Carl


Added: August 8, 2014
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Thank you for a very enjoyable experience. I'm just beginning to plan our High Schools 50th Anniversary
reunion and have found this site inspirational!

Admin reply: Glad we could help! Have fun at your reunion, Bonnie!

Carl


Added: August 5, 2014
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I've added a shortcut to your site on my desktop, so I can listen to the music everyday while I'm on the computer. Takes me back to good memories.

Admin reply: Thank you for finding us Joanne!

Carl


Added: August 5, 2014
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We watch re-runs (and DVD) of Highway Patrol every evening while eating dinner. We LOVE seeing the "old" cars and naming them!! BIG Fans.

Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by and sharing your memories.

Carl


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This is my first visit to the website. It is amazing!

Admin reply: Thank you Karen.

Carl


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Been a fan of Voyage since I watched in in first run back in the 60's and had a friend who worked for Irwin Allen .. Don Marshall ( Dan Ericson ) on Land of the Giants.

Admin reply: Thank you for sharing that with us, Jake.

Carl


Added: August 5, 2014
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WOW!! this took me back into time.

Admin reply: Are you back to the present yet? Thanks for dropping by Kyle.

Carl


Added: August 4, 2014
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Thanks for the memories.I really enjoyed your site.I was born in 1951 and grew up in the 50's and 60's.The 60's were a very special decade in our history.I'm happy and proud to have lived in such a special time.It had it's ups and downs but what a decade to grow up in.I'll be a frequent visitor from now on. :!music: :)

Admin reply: Thank you Preston.

Carl


Added: August 3, 2014
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I'm a 49er 'Nam vet, threw rocks and shot BB guns at each other and nobody died either ,but I did catch abig rock in the eye that arched way high up over the trees (Thanks Eric). Great web site :D, tho I couldn't find Elton Johns "Rocket Man". When we were up around Cam Ranh Bay,Nam we would catch a couple of rockets fired at Airbase or POL dump. Just like it was a signal or something. LOL. Used to listen to KAAY,Little Rock and they used a mournful song for late night music program (11:00pm) CINDY'S CRYING, cindy, cindy what you gonna do, bag mans coming and your past due, Gonna be a hooker on Bleaker Street, Bleaker Street was name of radio music program. NEVER Ever could find this song anywhere else and the atmospherics made the music waavvyy fadeing in and out so you couldn't get a good cassette recording of it . Enough of my mindless rambleings but I do like your website. Look for Rocket Man & Cindys Crying sometime. Thank You and have a beautiful day :)

Admin reply: Thank you Jim for visiting and welcome home brother.

Carl :!beer:


Added: August 3, 2014
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