The Good Old Days
and it's so tasty too!
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this is my 2nd favorite episode next to the chocolate factory one
My favorite episode, way better than the candy factory IMHO!
Best episode of I Love Lucy ever! I have this tin sign!
Vitaveetavegemin Girl...my mom's favorite episode!
Lucille Ball my fav actress of all time : )
Vitameatavegamin. Another favorite episode.
I Love Lucy Vitameatavegamin Metal sign
My favorite episode
hula hoop's...Could never do this...EVER!
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Interesting fact: In 1958, twenty-five million plastic hula hoops were sold in less than four months, and in two years sales reached more than 100 million units.
Multiple hula hoops... I so remember doing that! Do you? What was the most you could do? Personally, I can't remember...
Hula Hoops... what fun they were... introduced them to my grand daughter recently... a little young yet, but she thought it was grand to watch... showed it to her on Youtube.com
Here's a fun fact from the '50s. Hula hoops were invented in 1958! #BillyBobrestaurant #BusinessBay #MyDubai #UAE
Hula Hoop Craze. Spent many hours trying to master the Hoola Hoop!
hula hoop, 50s I never could hoola hoop, my sister sure could.
Toys of the 1950’s - Hula Hoop
Hula Hoop (1960′s)
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Black Jack Gum 5-Stick Packs: 20-Piece Box: I Remember We Used To Put This Gum Over Our Teeth, And It Looked Like We Had Braces!
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Black Jack Gum: I haven't found this forever, and saw it on "Homeland". Anyone know where to buy?
blackjack gum...my dad used to love this!! Even still has a really old pack in his tool box!
blackjack gum...my sister and I chewed this rancid stuff when we were kids. Lol
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Candy buttons are great for decorating cupcakes and other party treats--I used large candy buttons to decorate the outside of the polka dot cake.
Candy buttons are great for decorating cupcakes and other party treats - or for taking them home as a favor!
Candy buttons! Tip ~ are great for decorating cupcakes and other party treats
Candy Buttons...you would wind up getting the paper with the candy lol
Candy Buttons-ate the paper that stuck to the candy, too.
my favorite penny candy
I remember watching at a friends house.
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Neil Armstrong. But who took the pictures? SPACE influenced fashion, BIG TIME, & inspired all aspects of high-tech education & jobs. woo hoo!
1969...Mama let me stay up to watch the first man on the moon...the most exciting thing I had ever seen on TV
Project Apollo Archive - Apollo 11 Hasselblad image from film magazine 40/S - EVA, 1969.
Apollo 11 Hasselblad image from film magazine 40/S - EVA
We would get this wax pop's and suck the juice out and chew the wax:)
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Manual typewriters. I used lots of whiteout :~O
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vintage typewriter Oh yeah.....got broken in on this kind in typing class...rough on the nails....
I could type pretty fast on a manual typewriter. Remember pushing the carriage back at the end of each line?
vintage typewriter....My grandfather used one and I have always loved these! Need to get one just for GP!
I use to used a Remington for all my term papers in high school....It has brown with a brownish hard cover to keep it.
vintage typewriter...used to type letters to my then "boyfriend" on one like this.
I typed many a paper on one like this when I was in high school and college.
vintage typewriter. Yep, used one similar to this back in the day.
vintage Had these in High School. Loved my typing class.
Drive in Movies
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The Admiral Twin Drive-In in Tulsa, Oklahoma was featured in the movie "The Outsiders". It burned down in 2010 but has been rebuilt and is showing movies again.
Tulsa's Admiral Twin Drive-In opened originally as a single screen in 1951. A second screen was added a year later and renamed The Admiral Twin Drive-In. It epitomizes the nostalgic drive-in movie theatres of the past, so much so that it was featured in the Francis Ford Coppola's classic 'The Outsiders' as the 1950s hangout. Located directly off historic Route 66,
The Admiral Twin Drive-In in Tulsa opened in 1951 and was used by director Francis Ford Coppola as the hangout in his movie "The Outsiders." Catch a movie at this historic place while you're traveling up and down Route 66!
Drive in Movies, popcorn in paper sack and pop! Wonderful memories of great family time
I remember watching the 'Joe Fraiser vs Mohammad Ali fight' at a drive in theatre.
Catch a movie at this historic place while you're traveling up and down Route 66!
Drive in Movies remembering the good ole days
Drive in Movies (Memories!!)
Pink sponge rollers...my mom always rolled them too tight. But...at least you could sleep on them...not like the brush rollers:(
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Pink sponge roller..a must for little girls. Remember the line the clip left in your hair...disasterous 2nd grade school picture
These are the hair rollers I had when I was a child! These will always be a huge part of my childhood memories!
Pink foam rollers. When I was kid, I used to hate wearing these to bed, but loved the curls in the morning. Totally 80's!!!!!
These are the hair rollers I had when I was a child in the early 70's....every night she would roll my long red hair.....
Pink sponge rollers such pretty curls ouchie to sleep on just moved across the country and i totaly packed like 80 of these ;)
Ah, pink sponge rollers... these remind me of Saturday nights before church Sunday or school pictures!
Sponge rollers! These are the hair rollers I had to sleep in for dance. Not comfortable.
Sponge rollers, Shhhh I still have my pink rollers
We used to sleep in these in the 60's.
troll/dammit dolls. I had lots of these!
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Who wouldn't love short naked dudes with jewel belly buttons and wicked hair! Gotta love troll dolls!!
Treasure Trolls- Troll dolls were a hit in the 60's but in the 90's they really became popular. I had a few of these things!
wow these really bring back memories. i LOVED troll dolls... i had an enormous one (looked like a troll doll on steroids) with red hair & came with a night gown on i think?? weird..
Treasure Trolls- Troll dolls were a hit in the 60's but in the 90's they really became popular.
My parents say that although I wasn't very into dolls, I absolutely loved troll dolls! My parents used to take my hiking in Toll Canyon and about half way up there was a hollowed out tree where someone had made a "troll house". There was always magical dust sprinkled around it and in it, as well as several different troll dolls. Every once in a while I would bring a troll doll with me and would put him in the house. I truly thought troll dolls were so magical.
Treasure Trolls!.... remember when troll dolls had the gems? do they still have gems?
Troll Dolls --One of the biggest toy fads in the early 1960s, and again in the 70's
Treasure Trolls (also reference for Amanda's troll doll)
troll dolls--90s kid
Vintage speakers at the drive-in movies...one for your car...one for the car on the other side of you....what fun (unless you forgot to remove the unit before driving out)
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Drive-In Reminiscing I saw this picture going around Facebook - does anyone remember these? Well, as a child of the 60’s and 70’s, I sure do!! In fact, I’m lucky to live near a place where these are still being used – the Drive-In movie theater. The antique looking speakers are still in position at one of the few drive-in theaters we have left in Minnesota.
Throw back to the 60's, 70's and 80's maybe even the 90's but definitely not the 00's!!! #60's #80's #retro #oldiebutgoodie
Drive-In Movie Sound System. Speakers at the drive in... one for your car... one for the car on the other side of you. #speaers #mono #driveins #movies #outdoortheater
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Drive-in movie speakers....we shared these! One for your car...one for the car on the other side of you. What fun it was!!
We went to the drive-in theater in Decorah in the late 70's early 80's. Good times!
Memories of growing up in the 50's/60's - speakers at the drive-in
Baby Boomers know me! Drive-in movies were so much fun!
Drive in movie speakers
Captain Kangaroo with Dancing Bear, Bunny Rabbit, Mr. Moose, and Mr. GreenJeans Watched them every morning!
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Captain Kangaroo. And remember Mr. Green Jeans, Mr. Moose, Bunny Rabbit, Dancing Bear, and Grandfather Clock? Those are wonderful childhood memories!
Captain Kangaroo: Dancing Bear, Bunny Rabbit, Captain Kangaroo, Grandfather Clock, Mister Moose, and Mister Green Jeans.
One of my very favorite show from childhood ...Captain Kangaroo, with Dancing Bear, Mr. Green Jeans, Bunny Rabbit, and Mr. Moose...wheres Grandfather Clock????
Dancing Bear, Mister Moose, Mister Green Jeans, Bunny Rabbit, and Captain Kangaroo. Where's Grandfather Clock? Loved this show!!
Captain Kangaroo- Dancing Bear, Mr. Moose, Mister Green Jeans, Bunny Rabbit, and Captain Kangaroo. Grandfather Clock is not pictured, but you can see it in another posting on my memories board. He's my favorite!!!
Captain Kangaroo, with Dancing Bear, Mr. Green Jeans, Bunny Rabbit, and Mr. Moose...where is Grandfather Clock????
My very favorite childrens show of all time...Captain Kangaroo, with Dancing Bear, Mr. Green Jeans, Bunny Rabbit, and Mr. Moose...wheres Grandfather Clock???? And the people who lived in the animal cracker box in the bookshelf. LOL
Captain Kangroo. Dancing Bear, Mr. Moose, Mr. Greenjeans, Bunny Rabbit, Captain Kangaroo
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The family across the street, The Langs, had the best driveway in the neighborhood for hopscotch. When I got older, we played hopscotch at the record label I worked at...except the last square was in front of the long flight of stairs. It was part of the game not to fall down them : Hopscotch. Played a lot!
Hopscotch. My sisters and I spent many hours playing hopscotch in front of our house. We kept our 'lucky lagers' in old sucrets tins.
Supplies needed: chalk or sidewalk paint, stones/bottlecaps or bean bags. Flat stones are best. They don't roll! Playing hopscotch is easy. First, make the paint to create your hopscotch grid. The...
Hopscotch. My mother despaired of my wearing out so many shoes playing hopscotch.
How to play Hopscotch! A fun game to be active and outdoors with your Little!
Hopscotch, I use to love playing hopscotch. Those were the good old days.
How to play hopscotch and how to make pavement paint (it's easy)!
Hopscotch ~ loved it & that kids still play it!
We played hopscotch all the time, so much fun
*♥* the attendant used to put gas in your car, wash your windows, put air in your tires and check your oil! PLUS... you often would get a gift with fill-up (like a collectible drinking glass)
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Gas station attendant's used to put gas in your car, wash your windows, put air in your tires and check your oil! PLUS... you often would get a gift with fill-up (like a collectible drinking glass)
When I was a kid, there was a gas attendant who would walk up to drivers window right away to ask what you needed. He'd put gas in your car, wash your windows, check and put air in your tires and check your oil. That's what you call a SERVICE station!
The attendant at the gas station used to put gas in your car, wash your windows, put air in your tires & check your oil. AND, sometimes you got a gift w/ fill-up...like a collectable drinking glass. (Attendant...whats an attendant??)
Metal ice-cube tray! LOVE these
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Metal ice cube trays.Ah, so great-the cubes come out all separated, instead of twisting and bending and fighting with the "easy" plastic ones
Metal ice cube trays. My ice maker in my fridge quit working this summer, I found a pair of these at the 127 garage sale. I didn't want plastic.
Metal ice cube tray - the idea being that you pull the handle and all the cubes come free.I hated them.
Metal ice-cube tray...I soooo remember the ice flying all over the place when you pull the lever
Metal ice tray. Hated these...if your fingers were wet they'd stick to the metal tray.
Metal ice cube trays with the lever. I used to freeze my fingers to the lever.
Metal ice cube trays.i lip and tongue got stuck to this, more than once
Metal ice-cube tray! I HATED these!!! Love my auto ice maker.
Metal ice cube tray with lever, still only ice trays I use!
Drug store fountain- our town had a local drug store with fountain and it was the favorite place to hang out for the young,old. Grimm's Pharmacy, I always had a vanilla coke!
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Drug store fountain- our town had a local drug store with fountain and it was the favorite place to hang out for the young,old, or whoever I remember our soda fountain in Homer Drugs, How cool the marble felt on my arms when I rested them on the counter and drunk a cherry coke. Betty B
Woolworths lunch counter~ Real fountain sodas. And you were served with a real smile! I remember those days!
Woolworths lunch counter. Ahhh I remember it well.....Downtown Fort Worth on a beautiful Saturday.
I remember the lunch counter at Woolworths and begging mom for a cheeseburger, fries and ice cream float! :-) my mom and I always ate at the Woolworth's lunch counter.
Woolworths lunch counter, with my grandma, then off to Sear's Candy Counter! Awww....Those were the day's
Woolworths lunch counter. Mine was downtown Pittsburgh, where you could pop a baloon to see how much you paid for a banana split...anywhere between 1 cent to a quarter.
Woolworths lunch counter. Mine was Brown's Soda Fountain, Spring Valley NY
A Woolworth Soda Counter
Woolworths Soda Fountain
All in the Family
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All in the family: CNN just reported the news that actress Jean Stapleton, 'Edith Bunker,' married to Archie Bunker, has died. A lovely character and the lady who played it, r.i. p. Jean, and thank you!
All in the Family ~ Michael (Rob Reiner), Gloria (Sally Stuthers), Edith (Jean Stapleton), Archie Bunker (Carroll O'Connor)
"All In The Family" (1971-79) was the first TV show to charge head-on into divisive social issues ... mom wanted me out of the room when this was on.
All in the Family.. staple in my hiuse growing up -- wow archie bunker was the ultimate bigot racist but somehow it was a long standing hit on TV way before cable and only 13 a few channels
All In The Family - (1971-79). Starring: Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, Danielle Brisebois, Betty Garrett, Vincent Gardenia, Allan Melvin, Bob Hastings and Estelle Parsons. Partial Guest List: Sorrell Booke, Charles Durning, Norman Lear, Harvey Lembeck, Jack Gilford, Billy Crystal, Charlotte Rae, Bea Arthur, Sammy Davis Jr., Bill Macy, Roscoe Lee Browne, Eileen Brennan, Demond Wilson, Jack Weston, James Gregory, Rue McClanahan, Berlinda Tolbert & Franklin Cover.
All in the Family! Favorite TV show of all time.
Gotta love Archie, Edith, Gloria and Meathead!
All in the Family - TV series - favorite!
All In The Family (1971-79)
heehee carol burnett Gone with the wind One of the funniest ones ever!!
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Carol Burnett. One of my favorite skits-wearing curtains complete with curtain rod in "Gone With the Wind"
Carol Burnett wearing the curtain rod dress in the skit spoofing Gone With the Wind. "I saw it in the window and just couldn't resist it. " Truly Funny!
Carol Burnette in her funniest skit EVER. Miss Starlett in her velvet dress made of window drapes. Designed by Bob Mackie with a curtain rod through the shoulders "I saw it hangin' in the window and I just HAD to have it!"
Carol Burnett was the best. This was my favorite episode...Gone With the Wind. The curtain rod still in the dress!
I saw this hanging in the window and just had to have it! Loved the Carol Burnett Show!: I loved this one! GONE WITH THE WIND ALA Carol Burnett!!
One of my favorite TV skits of all time: Carol Burnett wearing the curtain rod dress in the skit spoofing Gone With the Wind. "I saw it in the window and just couldn't resist it. "
The Carol Burnett Show. My favorite skit. Still laughing about this one. "Oh, just somethin I saw hanging in the window.". The curtain rod cracks me up.
I remember this Carol Burnett episode, it was a parody of "Gone With the Wind". The Dress is made of curtains. (as you can tell by the curtain rod)
Carol Burnett: "I saw it in the window and couldn't resist..." one of the funniest episodes ever!
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old library cards (maybe a pinnant for the cake table?)
Library cards....oh, yes.
Bewitched. A sitcom originally broadcast for eight seasons on ABC from 1964 to 1972, starring Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York (1964–69) and Dick Sargent (1969–72), Agnes Moorehead, and David White. The show is about a witch who marries a mortal and tries to lead the life of a typical suburban housewife. Bewitched enjoyed great popularity, finishing as the number two show in America during its debut season. The show continues to be seen throughout the world in syndication and on DVD and was t...
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Bewitched (1964) TV Series Darren Owned Quite A Few Factory Muscle Cars & A Few Episodes Highlighted Some Of George Barris' Custom Rides!
Bewitched (TV Series 1964–1972) Another fun show we grew up with. I've been catching some episodes on a retro channel we have. Pat Schwab
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My all-time favorite TV show.. Oh how I wish I could twitch my nose!
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Bewitched (TV Series 1964–1972), Elizabeth Montgomery
Bewitched (TV Series 1964–1972)
Bewitched, Love this show!!
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Candy Lipstick...pure sugar for the lips. We thought we were so grown up, having one of these
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Candy Lipstick. Love these! Can you still get them any where?? Does anyone know? Such a fun childhood memory:)
Candy Lipstick & candy cigarettes Oh there's were so yummy. I still remember how they tasted too
Memory lane: Candy Lipstick...pure sugar for the lips.
candy lipstick...loved these things when I was little
Candy Lipstick...loved this when I was a little girl!
candy lipstick...loved this growing up!
Candy lipstick....loved these! so good
Candy Lipstick ..loved the orange!cat
candy lipstick.. loved these things.
Seven editions of Dick and Jane textbooks were published by Scott, Foresman and Company from 1930 to 1965. Dick and Jane was an elementary schoolbook in reading and health for more than 85 million Americans from the 1930s through the 1960s. The stories featured the happy lives of Mother, Father, Dick, Jane, baby Sally, family pets Spot and Puff, and Sally's teddy bear, Tim.
Dick and Jane readers... See Spot run. Run, Spot, run! Fun, fun! This is how I learned to read.
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Had these in Griffin, Ga, at Crescent Elementary School, didn't we, @sjstallworth ??!! But I knew how to read before 1st grade... Did you learn to read with them?
Dick and Jane readers... See Spot run. Run, Spot, run! Run, run, run. - Kindergarten and 1st grade
Dick and Jane...an Elementary School Staple for the Baby Boomers
One of my 1st reading books. The Dick and Jane books.
Remember the Dick & Jane reader for elementary school?
Dick & Jane - My 1st grade reading book.
First readers in 1960
1st grade reader
...rotary dial phones
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Rotary Dial~ Phone numbers used to be according to letter, e.g., Lincoln 54321 So the phone number was 545 321 and that's why we originally had letters on our rotary phones.
Dialing the number on a rotary phone. In those days, telephone numbers began with words not area codes. My grandparents' telephone number began with Diamond....
...rotary dial phones. Now this takes me back! But I had phones before we had rotary dials! You would pick up the phone and the operator (my mother was one) would ask who you wanted to be connected with! My dad was very instrumental in our state working for the Bell Co - in converting most of the state to Direct dial with a rotary phone!
oh ya . . . and we thought this was technology . . . I'm talkin' the '60's here . . .
over 70% of the population has never seen or touched one of these!
The old rotary telephone dial
Old dial telephone, UK
Old pay phone dial
rotary phone dial
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What a vinyl record player looks like in action.
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a record player ozzes class to me
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Bonanza show. 1st TV show I saw in Color at my Aunt & Uncle's house in the early 60's.