The Easter 2022 Week That Was

Here’s Mary Hartline from Super Circus for Dixie Cup, America’s #1 paper cup!

At one time, Mary Hartline was the hottest thing on TV.

Happy Easter, to those who celebrate it, and Happy Passover, to those who celebrate it! The Orthodox churches celebrate Easter next week…

It’s been a busy week here, with the A to Z Challenge, all my regular features, and all the additional reading for the Challenge. I’ll be getting to the participant list this week and check out a few new blogs, make some new friends, do basically what I’m supposed to do. It looks like the WordPress version of the A to Z Challenge blog is working all right. At least I haven’t heard about anything going wrong. Let me know if you run into any problems there.

I hope the challenge has been going well for you. I’m doing things a little differently this year, working on the posts on a just-in-time basis. I’m not tempted to give you too much to read at a time.

That’s all at this end, so let’s continue on to…

Thanks to:

And that wraps up the Easter edition of The Week That Was.

7 thoughts on “The Easter 2022 Week That Was

  1. I did just what the commercial said and asked mom for Dixie cups. Begged her really. It was a big fat no! Lol. Too expensive and wasteful. Whenever I saw water cooler and papers cups I made a beeline to score one.


  2. It’s been a busy week for sure. I enjoyed watching the commercial but never heard of Mary with the sequined outfit and platinum hair. Dixie cups were all the rage for a while.


    1. “Super Circus” was canceled in 1954, so I don’t have any first-hand knowledge of it. Mary was born in Hillsboro, Illinois and went to Northwestern, then stayed in the Chicago area through most of her career. She died not too long ago (2020).


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