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Trading stamps. A little like "loyalty cards" are now. Shop at "participating retailers". Get stamps for buying stuff like groceries, gas, etc.. save up your stamps and trade them in for things like lamps, vases, electric toasters; etc...at the S&H trade store. My mom wouldn't shop anywhere that didn't give out S & H Green Stamps
S H Green stamps ... (Sperry Hutchinson)
Gift stamps! I still have my GE electric steam iron with teflon ironing surface I got from S Green Stamps!
My mom collected these
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
It was always mama doing the vacuuming and every family inevitably had a cheerful, spunky little dog.
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.
Dippity-Doo was slimy but we used it anyway. Hair was stiff after curlers came out. (07-28-13 JFB)
whose mom didn't have one of these? mine did!
I loved going to the redemption center with my mom and trying to convince her to buy me things with her books of stamps. We also had Gold Bell Gift Stamps at our local stores.
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!
I remember my mom using on my hair. They hurt and made my head itchy!
I remember finding these in random junk drawers and button boxes when I was a kid. Ah, memories. | S Green Stamps by Bravo Six Niner Delta, via Flickr