The year of 1962 was a very interesting year. Many famous people were born. Sadly, some of the most famous people passed away. Known stores today opened in 1962 like Walmart, Kmart, and Kohl’s. Many fashion statements were made for both men and women. Household items and products cost much less than they do today. Some popular TV shows and movies were produced.
Demi Guynes Kutcher, also known as Demi Moore, was born in Roswell, New Mexico on November 11, 1962. She is an American actress, film director, model, former songwriter, and a film producer. She married Freddy Moore in 1980 and divorced him in 1985. She married to Bruce Willis in 1987. With him she had three children; Tallulah Belle Willis, Scout LaRue Willis, and Rumer Willis. Her parents are Charles Harmon and Virginia King.
Alicia Christian Foster, also known as Jodie Foster, was born in Los Angeles, California. She was born on November 19, 1962. Her parents are Lucius Fisher Foster III and Evelyn Ella Almond. She is an American actress, film director, and producer. She is kind of like Demi Moore with all the jobs she has. She had two children with her ex-partner, Cydney Bernard. They broke up in 2008. Her children’s names are Charles Foster and Kit Bernard Foster.
Thomas “Tom” Kenny was born on July 13, 1962 in East Syracuse, New York. He got married in 1993 to Jill Talley. He and Jill have 2 kids named Nora Kenny and Mack Kenny. Tom is an American actor, comedian, singer, and he is the famous voice of “Spongebob” on the hit T.V series, “Spongebob Squarepants”.
Norma Jeane Mortenson, also known as Marilyn Monroe, was born in Los Angeles, California on June 1, 1926. During her life when she was young, her mom ...
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6. Gas by the gallon- $0.28
The first ever Flavored Crisps sold in the popular flavor Salt and Vinegar. (My favorite flavor!)
The first ever Wal-Mart is opened by Sam Walton in Bentonville, Arkansas.
The first ever Kmart opens in Garden City, Michigan on March 1, 1962.
I think that I wouldn’t want to live during the year of 1962. Nobody would have any cell phones and nobody could interact with their friends. They could only talk to their friends at school. By looking at the fashion trends, I think that some of the fashion trends are kind of strange compared to the fashion trends of today. I wouldn’t want to wear a dress to school. I would definitely not want my hair in a ratted bee hive on top of my head! I would have liked the cheap prices to come to this generation though. Over all, I think that 1962 is a pretty cool year.
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