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I did sell seeds for the American Seed Company and I did earn a green Hawkeye Instamatic camera that I used for almost 20 years. Great Prize and the cartridge beat winding film.

Mitch Goodis DDS

Admin reply: Thanks for the info Mitch.

Carl


Added: March 9, 2014
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I was searching for a song and came across this site. I am a baby boomer and love the 50's & 60's songs. I am so glad that I ran across this site. P.S. I lived with my grandmother who had a store in part of the house. We had a jukebox in the store & I loved that!

Admin reply: Thank you Martha. I bet that jukebox was cool.

Carl


Added: March 8, 2014
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Great site Carl! You bring back alot of good memories.

Admin reply: Memories are what we do here Jim. Glad you enjoyed it.

Carl


Added: March 7, 2014
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The 60s and 70s were the best!

Admin reply: You bet.

Carl


Added: March 7, 2014
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I became a teenager in the late 60's. Tis website is absolutely GREAT. It will be on my 'must look at' on a daily basis. I just turned 60, and this web site is weell as they uwsed to say "BOSS" ...

Admin reply: Thank you Jeff and do come back often.

Carl


Added: March 5, 2014
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Loved your memories of Circleville as I grew up down the road in Portsmouth, Class of 1964. ;)

Admin reply: I have been to Portsmouth many times. Thanks for stopping by Joan.

Carl


Added: March 4, 2014
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Love your site, your songs. I love to plunge into the memories of my wonderful childhood of the late 50's and early 60's. What a healthy time as I was outside so much of the day and free to wander about and play as long as I was home before the "arc lights" came on. Before technology. I'm glad I was a kid back then. I'm glad I grew up with the songs of the era, the most melodic era ever!

Admin reply: A great time indeed Marilyn. Thank you for dropping by.

Carl


Added: March 4, 2014
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I have been looking for a song, I believe from the 50's/60's. Male singer, about finding a box in the sea, and when he looked in it he saw (then it has bass drums going bump bump[bump. His wife wont let him in the house, he is never able to get rid of box. Fun song just cant find it.
Glad I found your site too, :)

Admin reply: I don't recall that song but I will thump my memory banks and try to locate it for you. Thanks Dave for stopping by.

Carl


Added: March 3, 2014
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Great site! Thanks for the memories! :!cool:

Admin reply: You are welcome Bruce.

Carl


Added: March 3, 2014
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Love to listen to the music while I'm on the computer, but prefer the very early 60's music or before. I still listen at least once a month if you are in a year later than 62. I recommend the site to my age group (before boomers. LOL

Admin reply: Thank for dropping by JJ and for your comments.

Carl


Added: March 2, 2014
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