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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikos View Post
    I own my grandparents' set except the top is yellow and the chairs have been recovered several times. Not using it now, but used to. It's stored in our basement.

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    I had those in my first home. :)

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    I had that, used to love making them.

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    I haven't followed this thread in a while. I'll have to check it out later tonight.

    I remember the tent revivals well. Bud Chambers lived in OKC, so he always put his tent up here. We had a couple others come through now and then.

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    I could wander around the dime store for a long time with a quarter and a penny for tax!

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    REMEMBER curb finders, also known as curb feelers, which helped inexpert parallel parkers to know when they were the right distance from the curb? And speaking of car equipment, remember when parents installed a "governor" on their teenager's car—or on the family car, if that was what the teen drove—to prevent him or her from exceeding a pre-set speed?
    We called them curb scratchers!

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