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jenny_jones

Here’s what happened in 1946:

~ First Corn Dog on a Stick.

~ Power steering was patented.

~ Bikinis were invented.

~ First electric clothes dryer.

~ Movie Premiere: It’s A Wonderful Life flopped at the box office. (a movie ticket cost 55 cents)

~ First class postage cost 3 cents/ a loaf of bread: 10 cents / a gallon of gas: 21 cents

~ Tupperware was invented.

~ Most Popular Song: Zip a Dee Do Dah

~ Most Popular Singer: Bing Crosby

~ Shemp replaced Curly on the Three Stooges.

~ I was born. Today is my Birthday!

8 Responses

  1. Martin Henry Babb says:

    Happy belated birthday, Jenny. You are one of my favorites humans, and I wish you only the best. Good health and many, many returns.

  2. Eileen says:

    Just been watching some of your old YouTube cooking videos…..just made your cinnamon rolls πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ‘Hope your doing well!!

  3. Jayme says:

    Hi Jenny,
    I was just watching a documentary and you were featured on it for a moment – and I remembered how much you impacted me when I was watching you on your show back then. You were and I am positive still are, a class act. I was always so impressed by your character and morals. Happy birthday!

  4. Xmegatron10 says:

    I think its time to gey back into the show with jenny jones.

  5. Marilyn says:

    Happy Birthday Jenny!

    To my favorite recipe blogger! I love your recipes! My favorite are your Cinnamon rolls!

    May you have good health and much happiness in the upcoming year !!

    Marilyn

  6. Sue says:

    Happy birthday Jenny!! Wishing you the best today and always!! Have a great and healthy year ahead!! With love, Sue(strawberry cake!!)πŸ˜ŠπŸŽ‚πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆ

  7. Jimmy says:

    Happy Birthday Jenny! Wishing you many more!

  8. Dana says:

    Happy Birthday Jenny! I always thought it was cool that your birthday was in the summer, when the show was on hiatus. Hope you have a wonderful day!

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