The More Dog Days Week That Was

This edition of The Week That Was is brought to you by Sandy’s restaurants. Sandy’s puts the fun into eating out!

Sandy’s was a restaurant chain in the Midwest that was started by four guys who operated a McDonalds in Urbana, Illinois (only the third McDonalds outside California) and had built restaurants in Decatur and Peoria when they were informed that those weren’t included in the Central Illinois territory, and that they would have to pay more to McDonalds. So they decided to brand the restaurants “Sandy’s” and soon there were Sandy’s all around the Midwest. It was later bought out by Hardee’s.

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The “August Already?” Week That Was

This edition of The Week that was is brought to you by Ocusol eye drops, with the unique nose bridge on the bottle to help you get the drops in your eyes, because you can’t get the red out if you can’t get the drops in!

The lovely young lady in the commercial is Judy Graubert, who was on The Electric Company on PBS from 1971 to 1977 and performed in other commercials, so we might see her again.

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