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Reminisce Extra

July 2019

Get even more "time capsules" of life from the 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's filled with reader-written stories, pictures from the past, embarrassing moments, ads from the Old Days and much more!    Relax, Laugh and Remember.   Reminisce EXTRA is delivered in between your issues of Reminisce.  

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United States
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Trusted Media Brands Inc.
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tell us your story!

PICTURES WITH SANTA The annual visit to Santa Claus at the department store or mall could be a delight or a trauma, depending on the toddler. Send us the adorable (or hilarious) evidence. Label your story and photographs “Pictures with Santa.” GAS STATION GIVEAWAYS When Dad filled up the tank, did you get a Texaco fireman’s hat, a Gulf paperboard lunar landing module or a Noah’s Ark from ARCO? Tell us about the premiums you picked up at the gas pump at home and on the road. Label your story “Gas Station Giveaways.” KEEPING IN SHAPE How did you keep the pounds off back in the day? Stationary bike? Weightlifting? Jogging? And don’t forget gym class with the medicine ball, pommel horse and climbing ropes. If you were more of a dieter, we want to…

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reminisce

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to everything, a season

The year I turned 3, the older kids on my block held a parade. I was named Queen of Aberdeen and rode a makeshift throne perched on a red wagon down the middle of the street. My little road trip hardly prepared me for the miles I eventually would travel with my husband, Ray, including two cross-country moves and another memorable drive from Chicago, Illinois, to Puyallup, Washington, to visit relatives in 1993. Readers share their own summertime adventures in “On the Road Again,” starting on page 30. Often when coming up with the headline for a story, my first inclination is to go with what I know. I might start with a song or book title, a poem, a movie or TV show catchphrase. And whenever I think about change…

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1941 america enters the war

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt began his third term in office as war raged in Europe. Bob Hope performed his first USO show at a base in California. Series E defense bonds were sold in the U.S. to support Allied war efforts. The Japanese attacked Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor, forcing the U.S. to enter the war. Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak ended on July 17. Wonder Woman and Aquaman debuted in comic books. And future Caldecott Medal winner Make Way for Ducklings paddled its way into bookstores. JAN. 6 During his State of the Union address to Congress, FDR lists four fundamental rights or Four Freedoms: freedom of speech and worship, and from want and fear. FEB. 4 The USO is chartered to provide recreation for on-leave U.S. military members and their families. MARCH 1…

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1941 tops in entertainment

~ ACADEMY AWARDS ~ BEST MOTION PICTURE Rebecca BEST ACTOR James Stewart, The Philadelphia Story BEST ACTRESS Ginger Rogers, Kitty Foyle ~ SPORTS WINNERS ~ TRIPLE CROWN (Kentucky Derby, Preakness, Belmont Stakes) Whirlaway INDIANAPOLIS 500 Floyd Davis/Mauri Rose WORLD SERIES New York Yankees over Brooklyn Dodgers (4-1) MVP, AMERICAN LEAGUE Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees MVP, NATIONAL LEAGUE Dolph Camilli, Brooklyn Dodgers NFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Chicago Bears beat New York Giants, 37-9 NFL MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Don Hutson, split end, Green Bay Packers…

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eight to the bar

When Bette Midler’s rendition of “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” became an Atlantic Records Top 10 single in 1973, a new generation of music fans embraced an iconic tune whose origins had faded. The popular Andrews Sisters—LaVerne, Maxene and Patty—had harmonized the song in the 1941 Abbott and Costello film Buck Privates. The bouncy ditty became a patriotic Decca Records smash for the beloved sibling warblers. Written by Don Raye and Hughie Prince, the tune seems connected to World War II, even though it was recorded in January 1941, 11 months before the Pearl Harbor attack, and shortly after the FDR administration imposed the first peacetime military draft. The frantic-paced “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” featured a storyline—fun but hardly realistic—about a hip Chicago street musician/draftee. Without his bandmates, he can’t do justice to blowing…

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