A Hundred Dollars Isn’t Worth What It Used To Be

A Hundred Dollars Isn’t Worth What It Used To Be…

Here are some facts when Duff Quarry started in 1954.

Following more wives moving back into the workforce, the economy grew because of increased demand for consumer goods. Popular television programs included “Father Knows Best”. Marlin Brando starred in two of the most popular movies “On the Waterfront” and “The Wild One”. The movie “Blackbound Jungle” also featured the song “Rock Around the Clock” from Bill Haley and the Comets, and Elvis Presley cut his first commercial record.

Gas $0.21 a Gallon   Clorox Bleach $0.19 a 1/2 Gallon
Milk $0.92 a Gallon   Kenmore Washer $154.95
Bread $0.17   Ton of Crushed Stone $1.20 a ton
Postage Stamp $0.03   Average House $22,000
New Ford Card $1,800      

To learn more about how to make your money go further when buying stone, contact Duff Quarry at 937.686.2811 or www.duffquarry.com.  

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