Friday, they're digging up the car. In the glove box -- Dad used to call it a "cubbyhole" -- the curious should find a bottle of tranks, according to the Tulsa World. From the paper's June 15, 1957 edition:
The tranquilizer pills got into the act when the committee decided to make the auto typical by stocking the glove compartment with the contents of a woman's handbag.
The pills showed up along with 14 bobby pins, a compact, cigarettes and matches, two combs, an unpaid parking ticket, a tube of lipstick, a package of gum, a plastic rain hat, pocket facial tissues and $2.73 in bills and coins.