The drive-in was a perfect date location for a little necking. Who was watching the movie? Steamy windshields were evident in all directions. Of course many girls’ parents forbid their daughters to go on dates at the drive-in to protect them. How about getting in the wrong car after the snack bar or a bathroom trip? This was very embarrassing, and I am sure i was not the only one. Oh, I’m not telling what happened at the Drive-In in the sixties. What happened at the Drive-In, always stays at the Drive-In!
1967 Port Emsley Ad from the Carleton Place Canadian from the files of the Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum
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