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Good Old Days magazine remembers the best of times from the turn of the century on up through the ‘50s, and all straight from the heart. Written by our readers, each new issue brings you feature stories and photos of the greatest generation—their first-hand experiences, their laughs, their sorrows, their reactions to inventions, and much more are captured in a personal, nostalgic format. This easy-to-read collection of memories fascinates and rewards both young and old.
I am a new subscriber and I like the magazine a lot. At 84 years my eyesight is not as good as it once was . I thank you for the larger print .
Wasn't familiar with your magazine until I stumbled onto an old copy (from 2009) in the rack at the gym this morning. What a fun read. Had trouble tearing myself away to do my workout. Couldn't wait to get home and subscribe.
What excitement to see this story- the love story of my parents in your magazine! My sister submitted it last year, and we waited anxiously to see if our parents "made the grade". This was, especially, bittersweet as a month after my parents received their copy, my mother passed away. She was only a month away from their 73rd wedding anniversary. Thank you for printing their story. (I would like to know how I can get single copies for grandchildren to have as a keepsake?)
Reading the "The Christmas Raffle' on page 8 of the November/December issue took me back in time to when life was a lot more simple, kinder and small town America was alive and well. I had the pleasure of living in Wellfleet during the early 1950's and my Dad worked for Mr. Murray. What I wouldn't give to once again sit at the soda fountain. While there I would shake Mr. Murray's hand and say thank you. I can't to that, however, I can say thank you to Mr. Cochran for this wonderful story.
Beverly Hill, Florida
For the question about the Roy Rodgers Show theme song, the answer it lists Buttermilk as Roy's dog... My information has Buttermilk as Dale's horse... Really a good magazine though... Keep up the good work