Thursday, October 24, 2013

Let's Reminisce

Do you remember what flying was like in the 60s and 70s? Maybe you're too young to remember, but are interested to find out. Check out the September issue of Reminisce Extra. Especially fun is seeing what the stewardesses wore - Hughes Airwest stewardesses were called "The Sundance Kids" because of their bright yellow get-up. Flying during this period of history was usually a great experience because you were treated like gold and every effort was made to see that you were comfortable and well-fed. One woman shares her account of working for Lake Central Airlines in Indianapolis, which is quite an interesting story.

Also included in this edition is a story about old movie theatres. Beautiful photographs of their glory and the crowds that they drew presents quite a contrast to today's movie theatre experience. It's always fun to check out the section "How I Met My Spouse," which has heartwarming stories of how couples met, married and raised families. Bring all of your nostalgia with you, along with a hot cup of tea. Sit down, enjoy and Reminisce.

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