You paid WHAT?
Was it on sale?
Television, yes. But mostly, we got the message via radio. Your first transistor, sister ... did you tuck it under your pillow at night so you could listen to the Top 40? Mom knew what you were doing. But she didn't say anything. Next day, the talk was ... which song had slipped out of the Top 10.
If you listened to the Reds on radio, a chief sponsor was beer, probably Burger or Hudepohl. Maybe Wiedemann's. Or did you prefer Schoenling? And the man at the ballpark would yell:
COLD BEER HERE!
Here is singing siren Julie London. She was an effective spokesmodel for a number of products, including Marlboro cigarettes.
The cost of 1963
"That mule, Old Rivers ... and me."
SING ALONG WITH AMOS MCCOY
FARON YOUNG ... HELLO WALLS
FLATT AND SCRUGGS KICK ASS