Margie: Edna, look here. Today is the day the first drive-in theater opened in 1933. My stars, I do remember going to the drive-in and eating that good popcorn. I remember other things too but I guess you'll run your mouth and gripe if I tell about those. You're a fuddy duddy, Edna.
Edna: It’s a thankless job trying to keep you on-track, Margie. I remember the first time going to the drive-in here in Jericho. My goodness, it was such an experience watching the talkies up there on that big outdoor screen! And from the comfort of your own car too, no one had ever heard of such a thing.
Margie: I remember. Daddy bought us each a box of that good popcorn and a big Coke. It was full of crushed ice. My goodness, that was real fun. Kids these days wouldn't know fun if it bit them on the rear.
Edna: That is most certainly true, Margie. You know, it’s a good thing that there are still some drive-in theaters in operation all over the country. Some right here in Kansas, too! The state’s oldest operating drive-in movie theater, the South Drive-in, is right down there in Dodge City, KS. Maybe we should get out the Model T and head on down for a movie.
Margie: Good idea, Edna. I'll get my bag.