Aren't you a bit far north to know about these things? Gee, those were common when I was a kid, even in a low brow diner, they brought fan-folded 3" paper bowls full of warm water. About '68 or so they started giving out "folded fingerbowls". Southern speak for wet napkins.
older folks that called hamburgers, hamburgs or hot dogs, frankfurters.
Fondue parties....those tiny hot dogs and sausages were in their hey day.
Those adult games that came in felt covered books like bar sets popular in the late 60's. Wiff n Poof comes to mind as an adult only game.
Men wearing turtlenecks and suits. B4 that the Nehru jackets. Same guys used hair spray. Real men wore black suits, skinny black ties, black rimmed glasses only if they had to, had a crew cut or flat top and angry at everything. Last seen voting for Nixon during his first term or Goldwater b4 that.
Pixies, Beehives, and French Rolls
Those little. triangular, side windows on the driver and passenger sides that opened and swung out to catch and focus air. There was always a hard button to push and a hard to lift or close catch lever.
Ashtrays in chair handles, besides you with the sand or the trap door, on walls, even in bathrooms.
Starburst type wall clocks.
American "Modern" furniture with long, peg legs. Even TV's. The more spartan, the more modern until the scandanavian designs appeared in the latter 60's.
Soap products sold to kids to get them to bathe. Mr. Bubble, All those canned,foam
products, kids soap that had a cheap toy like a plastic ring burried inside. products that colored the bath water or were combined with a bubble bath.
Whammo anything on TV. Boy this would have been one to see how they did their product testing and development. Take a water hose, bottle of red ink,bolt of plastic sheet, and some bells, and some string to an insane asylum and see what they do with it?