That excellent website measuringworth.com says
In 2010, the relative worth of $0.10 from 1935 is:
$1.59 using the Consumer Price Index
$1.31 using the GDP deflator
$3.82 using the unskilled wage
$4.88 using the Production Worker Compensation
A quick search suggests in 2011 a Wendy’s cheeseburger usually costs $2.99. Thus a worker on the unskilled wage could buy nearly 28 per cent more cheeseburgers today compared to his/her equivalent in 1935, but compared to other items generally, the cheeseburger of today is almost twice as expensive as it was three quarters of a century ago.