In 1960s & 1970s, 3-Robert (Bubba) King, Jr. 1921-2004, 3-Wilhelmina (Bee) Garris King 1918-2007, POSTS on February 13, 2010 at 10:48 am

(Editor’s note: What in the world?!? And who are those folks in the background?)

  1. I know that game. I think we have it somewhere. It has instructions of which body part (ear, hand, etc) you have to touch to someone else’s body part (knee, shoulder, etc), and you have to hold the cards between them. Like a different sort of Twister.

  2. I think was a church youth group party at our house when Boyd or Bobby were in High School. (we also had dances at our house) Of course, everyone loved it when Mom and Dad would play. Just wait until you find the TWISTER pictures!

  3. Hey Michaela, do you have the actual old copy of the game, or a newer version? And Uncle Billy, you guys had dances at the Tryon Road house? WOW — Where on earth did you fit everyone? What kind of music did you play? Were you the D.J. with the record player?

  4. Funny that you should ask about the music. In those days, we played “45’s”. These were smaller vinyl records that we played on a turntable. All our friends would bring their favorites and we played them. There was one song on each side of the record so some times you were lucky enough to have a good song on the “flip side”. ­čÖé

  5. It is possible that that is me and my best friend, Ann Clark (Munns) in the background. Ann would be the skinny one in the white blouse. If so, I would guess it was around 1965.

  6. I’m pretty sure we had a newer version.

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