What was it about tiny gum that made it so much more awesome?
wax bottle drinks ...childhood treat We actually went to the local grocery store and bought these for a penny each - thus "Penny Candy" was coined. Sad that today it is almost 2.00 for the same thing at a specialty store. Sickingly sweet liquid in a plastic bottle that you could then chew on after it was empty.
wax bottle drinks
The Uncle played in many of the first and second season episodes of Green Acres. The only character on Petticoat Junction that I thought was obnoxious! Not a role example for sure! Otherwise - this show was zany and a semi-real and entertaining capture of what rural America was believed to encounter along the tracks of backwoods life.
LIbrary Cards looked just like this. You got to sign your name on it.
Magic Baby Bottles-- the milk or OJ would disappear as the doll sipped her bottle.
When I was young we all had a baton...even though we couldn't twirl them...lol
Now this takes me WAYYYY back! :-) one little two little three little Indians!
Gotta admit Frank Reffitt thought since I had a bloody nose at his house on my pillow that I threw up Boones Farm Strawberry hill. NO, while staying all night with his sister Mary I had a nightly bloody nose. But he still told the whole football team I threw up Strawberry Hill. When Tickle Pink was my preference not Strawberry Hill. Oh the dumb teen years.
Cinderella Golden Book
The Jetsons is an American animated sitcom produced by Hanna-Barbera, originally airing in primetime from 1962–1963 and again from 1985–1987 as part of the weekday/weekend morning programming block called The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera. It was Hanna-Barbera’s Space Age counterpart to The Flintstones. Reruns can be seen frequently on Boomerang.
Saturday cartoons in my memory!