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'The Galloping Gourmet Television Cookbook' Volume 1, Graham Kerr
wow ugly! I think they still might make these....
You used to have to use a can opener to punch two holes in the top of the can so you could pour it
pyrex butter dishes - we keep it out so the butter would be soft & easy to spread
My Mom, Grandma and Aunts sat under one of these with curlers in their hair when I was little. I always loved watching them fix their hair.
tub washer with wringer - In 1956, my mother got one with an "automatic release" button in case your hand started to go through the ringer!!
who wants the beaters? did your Mom always ask that, too?
My mom used this type of washer when I was a kid. I remember wringing out clothes through that wringer on top!
This is the only kind of pony tail holder my mom could use in our hair. We had tons of different colors and then she tied a yarn ribbon around each tail! Our yarn came from Pinkie's Ben Franklin in Ranchmart!
S & H Green Stamp Books. ONLY 1200 stamps fill this book? Lots of licking and glue ingestion.
Loved this show when I was little. Even had the Mrs. Beasley doll.
Mom went through a LOT of this, untangling my hair sunday nights after a bath, while watching Ed Sullivan!
I was a Brownie and a Girl Scout. Sold cookies every year. All we had were mints and shortbread cookies.//