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nevver: “…all dials work the same way and are easy to use.”
Do you remember when there was a prefix ours was Turner 3 my aunt's was Oliver 6
My grandmother had these when I was small.
Our first phone was 2 long and 1 short ring, you could hear several people pick up to just listen, on the party line. Then it went to 91137, when the prefix came in, it was LYcoming 91137.
RO 6 for Rockille Centre
yummy - good old Hostess Cupcakes
WE USE TO COME TO SAN FRANCISCO FOR VISIT AND MY UNCLE USE TO WORK AT THE BAKERY, AND USE TO BRING ME SOME EVERY DAY, I JUST LOVE THEM
Loved these, bought them at lunch every day at school.
I sure remember these. I liked vanilla ones
still buy and eat them!
1950 Raytheon TV
My uncle was a TV Repairman and made a good living doing it. Of course, now we just get a new one. The Really old sets took two grown men to move! Full of "tubes" and a huge, heavy CRT. Cathode Ray Tube. That was the screen.
You had "Rabbit Ears" antenna sitting on top of the TV so you could adjust them for the station you were watching. Most cities had 2 or 3 stations. If you lived out of town you got a "snowy" picture because of poor reception. Affluent families had an outside antenna on a tall pole...
I was one back in the day . I served food on the maternity floor.
sorry, comment belongs on the Candy Striper picture.
I remember the round tv screens but not this particular brand.
I remember going to my aunt's house and she had a tv with a big cabinet and a small square screen. I was about 9 yrs old.
Sue Zola...glitter art
Dubble Bubble is still around, and I used to hand pieces to my students to reminisce.
I still have one of these!
best gum ever
They still make the real the real buble gum? The one we had in the 50's ? Where?
Oh I remember this game .lots of fun!
Diving Sub Powered by Baking Powder ... my brother had a riot with these
Oh my gosh!!!! Mine fell out of the car window and my father refused to go back to look for it! I cried all the way to DelAware!
Only get this from a cereal Box,we're really cool,I was about6 or 7 when they came out I think Don w.
I had one of these.
Played with them in the bath tub.
Still have mine- guess its collector item now
I received a set (larger, I think) for Christmas when I was about 8? (1942). Had lots of fun with them. Had a Lincoln Log Cabin set for another Christmas present and an Erector Set for yet another. They knew how to keep me out of mischief. Perhaps why I became an engineer.
We had these too. Years later there were pieces all over our backyard!
I played with my "Tinkertoys" a great deal.
I boughht these for my grandchildren! It was the only thing I had for them that entertained ALL of them at the same time!. (There was a nine year age difference from oldest to youngest.)
I remember my brother had these. He played with them all the time.
Played these with my grandmother! Chinese Checkers in a Tin with Regular Checkers on the other side and marbles and red/black checkers inside
Played with my grandmother all the time 57 years ago loved the game.
I still have one of these and play it with the kids.
I have one for my Grand
One of my favorite games as a child.
I have one of these.
yes now they're $ 5 to 6 or more.
I made those and when I got a anew job, the boss thought I was pregnant because I didn't wear clothes that showed my waistline!
I have new ones that cost $6.25 and that's for a little boy.
1st pattern I ever used, Simplicity!
Just gave away a box full of 50's & 60's patterns. Don't fit!!
Old and Classic Games and Retro Toys from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's
We ate 'em like candy!
I ate them also
The only "candy" we were allowed to eat in school.
One of my friends still has a phone like that.
still the best!
Luden's Wild Cherry or Honey....
We had two sons that were
Candy Stripers!! They were in High School because the oldest drove, I did not have to take them.
Dixie, that's great. I didn't know that young men were able to be candy stripers. Did they have a uniform that they were required to wear?
I LOVED being a Candy Striper! I was at St. Jude Hospital in Fullerton, CA. Probably around 1965-1966.
Mary,it's nice to see what states and hospitals we all came from to help out !
This was a favorite thing of mine to do!!!
I still use Vicks.
My Pap kept one of these in his pocket at ALL times .
I can't do without this.
I still use vicks too
still use vicks... everything they make!
I had a milk one, and an orange juice one...AND a coffee pot that had disappearing coffee in it.
Han a milk one and a coffee pot, dont know what happened to them.
My Granddaughter currently has one!
thought this was the bomb!
my girls had these
my Mom had these
had these for years because we never burned them
My mother-in-law stored them wrapped in wax paper and refreshed the color with melted Crayola crayons. They were always put out on December 1.
I used these and other choir member candles, candle trees and lamp posts to make a scene using snow made from Ivory flakes. Can't find those anymore. My son, 54, remembers this and often asks me to do it again!
Still have my mothers too! There is a picture of me playing with them at the age of two.
Nice to know that many folks still cling to some of the "older" ways of decorating!
Sea Hunt (1958-1961)
used to watch it
One of my favorite shows.
Watched the show al the time
Remember all of these things.
Good ole Lloyd Bridges!
The old record players!
Had one of those. About wore it out.
Wish I still had mine.
My Mom bought me one of these when I was 16. and a bunch of 45 records.
Mine was brown and yes, I still have it.
The sad part of this is that my friend borrowed it for a party
and I never got it back. Never saw my friend again either!
Making mud pies
If you're over 40, these were your first shoes
My kids wore these and then saddle shoes until they were 5 years old! The doctor laughed at my obsession with them having "perfect" feet! No sneaks for them..until 5! Would probably do it all over again!
Did that to my babies shoes.
my kids wore these until they were 4. Best shoes ever.
I must be really OLD, our Sons wore these!!!
Well Dixie, my son will be 50 and my daughter will be 49 and they both wore them. Anything over 25 years is considered an Antique and that was in the
Avon lipstick samples
I used to have these as a little girl. Sometimes, those little beauty parlor sets for dolls, would come with plastic lipstick in tubes like this.
We just picked one of these up at an auction
The perfect size to carry in an evening bag.
My mom sold Avon when I was young, she had one of these. It was my favourite thing to play with.
This used to be the only way to get the window down in your car!
you can still buy cars with crank windows because my grandson has one. The basic of the basic and his is a 2008 or 9.
Only way to roll them down in those days...frightening!
gosh i remember when....
I have a 64 Mustang convertible. My 7 year old granddaughter loves to put the top down and go cruising. She couldn't figure out how to get the window down. I told her to roll it down. She looked at me with a blank look. I showed her how and she was thrilled. She sat there and rolled it up and down. It was like a new toy to her.
I STILL LIKE THEM AS YOU CAN OPEN THE WINDOW WITH THE MOTOR
Vintage Johnson & Johnson Baby Talcum Powder 4oz Collectible Tin Advertising Brunswick, NJ (I remember this in the metal canisters.)
Buffy and Jody from Family Affair show
Oh and Mrs. Beesly.
I have my daughter's Ms. Beasley-- she no longer talks. Does anyone know where I can have her restored?
this is just like my mothers. Makes me miss her . The dresses she made for my little sister and myself for our big sisters wedding.
Loved that show!
those little red boot/galoshes Yes, the kind that went over shoes!
Still have the scars on the back of my legs from these
I stomped puddles and came home with boots filled with rain water.Trouble
I think these were called puddlers
Oh no....the hand-me-down boots!!! Ditched them in the bushes at the edge of the drive!
We had a singer in a very pretty cabinet.
Got a lot of things w/stamps! for the home
Remember those! Used them to get first stuff for my first home they were a gift from my mother-in-law.
Hated those boots! Chafed the backs of my legs, they let water in anyway so my feet were always wet and cold. So cold! The taller white ones were worse!
my son tried to trade his sister for a book of them.
My Aunt got me a set of milk glass lamps for a wedding gift and they are still in my bedroom.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1964) David McCallum as Illya Kuryakin
My daughters favorite when she was about 3 yes old -"Yaki Yaken!"
I love him!
Loved the show
Loved the show he was on and NCIS now. He does a great job.
I had a crush on him- had a poster in my room.