It won’t be easy matching the prices in the above ad. Try finding coffee for 19 cents a pound today or two boxes of Wheaties for the same 19 cents.
If you’ve priced Thanksgiving dinners lately you will know the above ad offered a real bargain compared to the prices being charged today for Thanksgiving dinners.
The dinner included roast young Vermont turkey, cranberry sauce and all the trimmings. Try finding this deal at your nearest Holiday Inn restaurant this next Thanksgiving or your nearest Krogers grocery store.
Back in the 1930’s you could purchase ten pounds of sugar for only 47 cents and a quart jar of mustard for 15 cents.
In addition buyers back then had their choice of two pounds of lard or a can of peaches for 15 cents.