Anybody remember Safeway grocery stores and their Gun Brother stamps? How about TG&Y. If I recall, it was originally called "The 5 and Dime". I was in high school before we got our first Mc Donalds.(1972). We had a Burger Chef, which I believe became Burger King. The first airline I ever flew on was Braniff Airlines. It was a two engine prop from OKC to Dallas" Love Field. My dad used to send me to the Deep Rock service station, on my bike, to get a gallon of gas for our "crank" lawn mower. He'd give me 35 cents. I was allowed to get a cold Coke while I was there, but had to drink it there or pay the 2 cent deposit on the bottle. Deep Rock also had bubble gum that was one cent and much bigger than what you get today. The flat ones with baseball cards was 5 cents. Sandy's hamburgers were 10 cents and the cheeseburgers were 12 cents. Fries were a nickel. My dad bought a new Ford, Galaxie 500, two door in 1963. It was white with a blue vinyl interior. It had a 390 under the hood. My parents aggonized over how they were going to pay the $76.91 payment for 3 years! Their house note was $92 a month. Things have sure changed. LOL!