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Fudgsicles Tasted Creamy And Not Like Chemical-Chocolate! The red dot memory.

Duplicating Machine

  • Jax Riley

    Too bad this isn't scratch & sniff, these smelled wonderful when the teacher would hand the ditto quizzes & tests back in the day :)

Nancy Drew Classics - The Secret of the Old Clock

The 6 Best Girl-Powered Classic Book Series of All Time

unbelievable bounce --- Nanny State took them all away! Shame! Toe Nail Clippers are next, I suppose.

Super-Ball at CollectToys.Net


I used to love this show when I was a kid

Mom's apron......"Aprons were a very necessary part of Mom's wardrobe as a farmer's wife. She had to be careful not to soil the few nice clothes she did have. So protecting her dresses (Mom never wore slacks; she considered them sinful) from stains and splashes was a priority."

I washed my hair with Prell shampoo as a girl and I made many fancy "updos" with the luxurious lather of suds!

Halloween Display Sign 16 Vintage Dessart Unused Masks 50's 60's

1960's The hippie movement late in the decade also had a strong influence on clothing styles, including bell-bottom jeans, tie-dye and batik fabrics, as well as paisley prints.

The original 1963 cast of Petticoat Junction (from left): Patricia Woodell, Bea Benaderet, Linda Kaye Henning & Sharon Tate. Filmways director Martin Ransohoff believed that Sharon Tate lacked confidence and the role was given to Jeannine Riley. Ransohoff gave Tate small parts in Mister Ed and The Beverly Hillbillies to help her gain experience.