Woolworth's ~ always an adventure :-) I remember when!
Loved this 10-color Ballpoint Pen! And was it just me, or did the inks seem to smell like fruit?
TV test pattern. Televisions signed off for the night!
Class rings were used to "go steady" - girls often used tape or yarn to make them fit or else wore them on a chain around their neck. Still have my husband's ring, that he had made smaller for me, over 58 years ago.
Percolator Coffee Pot--still the most reliable coffeemaker.
Remember when people actually measured your shoe size for you?
Remember when...the pewter Monopoly pieces.
Merry go round. We had sooo much fun on this thing!
Now this is a real see saw! How many of us fell off these as a kid? Always fun when one jumped off and slammed the other into the concrete!
pin curls.comb damp hair and part into small sections. You’re going to pin each curl with a standard bobby pin, so sections must be small. Wind each curl around your finger smoothly. Pin each curl in place with a bobby pin.Gently tie a silk scarf around your hair before going to bed. In the morning remove pins and gently finger comb your hair. Letting pin curls fall loose from a side part was one of the sexiest 1940’s hairstyles.
Pincurls with bobbie pins-
Label Maker. On Everything. We always used this to mark our kid's belongings.
I loved to play Pick Up Sticks and Jacks.
we covered our school books with grocery bags. My dad would always do this for me.