*Folks referred to a ten dollar bill as a "sawbuck".
*You first learned that the average life of a major league baseball is only seven pitches.
*Remember folks standing on the Lindsay St. bridge watching a pair of ducks swimming in the open water just south of the falls on Lindsay Street. This was a common sight during the winter months? Perhaps they, or some of their offspring, still reside there.
*We learned that each King in a deck of playing cards represents a great king from history.
Spades - King David.
Clubs - Alexander the Great.
Hearts - Charlemagne.
Diamonds - Julius Caesar.
*Breaking a window was commonplace when, as kids, we played softball and/ or hockey around houses?
*Large match-box holders were popular in kitchens. They usually hung on walls near the kitchen stove and placed high enough to keep little hands from getting at the matches.
*Barbers had a choice of after-shave lotions and hair tonics to offer their customers after a shave or haircut?