Had to be bologna with processed,wrapped cheese and mustard on white bread which I rarely ever got. What ever happened to that really really soft white bread that we got in the early 60’s that you could compress to a flat sheet? White bread texture isn’t like it used to be. I couldn’t stand that white milk in the little cartons. Often it was warm and sometimes old. Whatever milk wasn’t opened would be put back into the coolers. Every so often a kid would get one that had been out for a while and put back into the coolers that was all curdled up. Lots of kids took a pill bottle full of powdered chocolate to put into their milk. I don’t remember having plastic bags until the mid 60’s. Remember those pleated wax paper bags ? The school that I went to forbade those metal or hard sided lunch boxes because the kids would use them to hit each other. Either those soft sided, insulated bags that had the red,scotch, checkering that smelled inside or a paper bag was the norm. No thermoses allowed either. I’m tempted to ask how many of you remember going to school w/o air condition as well.