Sealtest ice cream
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Sealtest ice cream brand --- yummy pre-packaged ice cream treats!
Mmmmm, my 3 favorite summer treats!! ............Sealtest ice cream
Ice Cream was so much better back in the good ole days ------> Sealtest Ice Cream was most popular in Philly in the 1950s thru the 1980s. Shown here is a coupon advertisement for their ice cream cones, bars and sandwiches. This was some great tasting quality ice cream.
1965- Remember when ice cream sandwiches had an inch of ice cream between those chocolate layers. Remember when the drumstick had lots of chocolate and nuts on top? Those were the days!!
Vintage Food Advertisements of the 1960s
Vintage ice cream obsession!
The process is complete: Pizza is now perfect.
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Plates and leftover pizza box!
Green box pizza box cool
New pizza box design now serves many purposes. It's genius!
Genius Pizza Box Transforms Into Plates, And Then Storage For Leftovers
Green pizza box
Awesome idea! Revolutionary! The Pizza box.
tv in the fifties
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Family time of the past, all sitting down watching TV. Who is that on the TV? Sky ranger?
CC BY-SA TV Shows We Used To Watch - 1955 Television advertising | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
YouTube.com is changing focus to reward engagement levels of individual videos. The new YouTube algorithm change will devalue videos that receive large numbers of clicks, but fail to maintain the attention of the viewer. According to the latest post on YouTube's Creator Blog: "We've started adjusting the ranking of videos in YouTube search to reward engaging videos that keep viewers watching. This is a continuation of ongoing efforts to focus our video discovery features on watch time, and follows changes we made to Suggested Videos in March, and recent improvements to YouTube Analytics. The experimental results of this change have proven positive -- less clicking, more watching. We expect the amount of time viewers spend watching videos from search and across the site to increase. As with previous optimizations to our discovery features, this should benefit your channel if your videos drive more viewing time across YouTube. We added new Time Watched reporting to YouTube Analytics, so now you have even more tools to evaluate the performance of your videos and channel. So keep making great videos that your fans will love and share, and encourage them to discover more of what YouTube offers, and you’ll see your own fan base grow, too." YouTube Algorithm Change: Moving in a New Direction This YouTube algorithm change was prefaced by a statement last August by Eric Meyerson, head of Creator Marketing Communications: "YouTube viewers watch a lot of video -- over 4 billion hours a month at last count. But the average household also watches several hours of video per day on their TVs. So for YouTube to become the most important media in more people's lives, we've got a lot of growing to do. Over the past few months we have made some changes to YouTube to encourage people to spend more time watching, interacting, and sharing with the community. To support this, we’ve updated what we call video discovery features, meaning how our viewers find videos to watch via search and suggested videos. These changes better surface the videos that viewers actually watch, over those that they click on and then abandon. Why this shift? Our video discovery features were previously designed to drive views. This rewarded videos that were successful at attracting clicks, rather than the videos that actually kept viewers engaged. (Cleavage thumbnails, anyone?) Now when we suggest videos, we focus on those that increase the amount of time that the viewer will spend watching videos on YouTube, not only on the next view, but also successive views thereafter. If viewers are watching more YouTube, it signals to us that they’re happier with the content they’ve found. It means that creators are attracting more engaged audiences. It also opens up more opportunities to generate revenue for our partners. These changes have so far proved very positive -- primarily less clicking, more watching. We saw the amount of time viewers spend watching videos across the site increase immediately, and this positive trend has continued as we’ve made additional tweaks to our suggestions. Improvements in the stats we measure, such as average view duration, provide a solid indication that the videos we are recommending throughout the site are even more engaging." YouTube Algorithm Change: Update to Analytics Tools In an effort to help content creators with the YouTube algorithm change, the site has updated their reporting and analytic features to increase understanding of a video's performance. Enhanced "Views" report now offers increased information that shows more "time watched" data. You can see “Estimated minutes watched” from the “Views” report or choose other data options from the “Compare metric” drop-down menu. Another factor important to user engagement is YouTube Annotations. There is now a beta version of Annotations Reporting that offers insights on viewer click and close rates. This new YouTube algorithm change has been greeted with skepticism from some long time users. Many users have voiced their displeasure on YouTube's blog, leaving feedback in the form of comments. One such response from Cory Williams seemed to resonate with many: "I believe your studies might be a bit old considering March was a great month for vloggers. Since March there have been a lot of changes. Most of it geared towards more professional content. If the site now depends on longer videos then you're going to miss out on a lot of greatness on the traditional 1 to 3 minute range which happens to be about 80% of the site. Essentially, you're going to force people to unnecessarily draw out the point of their videos in order to capitalize on the changes. This will have an effect on the quality of videos being made and a lot more of the popular users may get frustrated. My advice would be to study the way things were back in 2009 when the site depended more on the rating and favoriting system. When YouTube took away the "top favorites", it took away a big part of it's soul. THAT is how the good wholesome organic content was essentially found back then. I know this for a fact because I was consulting for several major Hollywood agencies looking for quality content to feature. I've been on this site now for 7 years and even though I'm not on top anymore, I know how things work inside and out. I'm afraid that many of the people who are working there these days don't have the type of information that I have because they haven't been around long enough to study it. YouTube is relying on numbers to tell them how to advance rather than the knowledge of how those numbers came to be. ......Right now the formula you have set out is only fit to entertain the viewers you have now. Sure you might get some good returns from them but I assure you it will not promote growth. I'd rather see this site have lots of people watching shorter videos than a few people watching longer ones." YouTube is one of the most popular sites on the web, with an extremely large amount of content generated and consumed on a daily basis. As YouTube seeks to improve their user's experience, they must be careful to ensure these changes do not negatively effect their popularity. http://www.mojocreator.com
1950s middle class british - Google Search
Our Pinner says: "60s chow mein - my first husband took me to a Chinese restaurant on a date... until then, THIS was the only Chinese food I had ever eaten. Now, I can't go long without Chinese Take Out!" We still have I think the Beef Chow Mein still available around here. I used to like the Beef Pepper Oriental. But, I'm with you, I Love Chinese takeout: Chicken Subgum is my fave.
60s chow mein
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60s chowmein. Until recently, my mom still had some of these in her pantry. (LOL)
Chun-King Chicken Chow Mein
60s chow mein - my first husband took me to a Chinese restaurant on a date... until then, THIS was the only Chinese food I had ever eaten. Now, I can't go long without Chinese Take Out!
60s chow mein.....I loved this stuff when I was a kid
Mercurochrome... If you read the words above and cringed then you know exactly what I'm talking about! It came in a little bottle with a cap that served as a dropper or just had a stick on it. It was this reddish orange color that stained everything it touched including your skin for days. And it was what my mom used on every cut or scrape throughout my childhood. Just the mention of it brought tears to my eyes.
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The bright red color made me think my cut was even worse than it was. my dad called it Monkey Blood
The bright red color made me think my cut was even worse than it was. Who remembers this?
The bright red color made me think my cut was even worse than it was. Brings back childhood memories.
Remember this? Siblings would gather around to blow on the boo boo...
Burn Baby Burn...No doubt!! We always called it Monkey Blood.
At one time, the cure for every cut... Mercurochrome was banned by the US FDA in 1998 due to its high mercury content. The label on this bottle contains instructions on how to remove the bright red stains that Mercurochrome would leave on the skin. Huh! Found some oft this in mama's medicine cabinet in 2008. LL
Atomic Bombing…How To Protect Yourself1950 - The Atomic Veterans had to live with it and die with it
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The “How-to-protect-yourself-against-atom-bombing-manual” by Science Service (1950) Yep, these kind of flyers and ads are why many baby boomers are somewhat parinoid
Atomic Bombing…How To Protect Yourself, 1950s - crouching under your school desk was one suggestion ... I remember this and it always scared me.
Atomic Bombing -- I remember the threat of an atomic bombing - we were to get under our desks if anything happened, if we couldn't get to a bomb shelter.
atomic bombing how to protect yourself book cover
Cold War Era ....."Atomic Bombing: How to Protect Yourself"
Vintage Design Inspiration
Dubble Bubble gum, 1952 - a comic in every piece!
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Dubble Bubble gum, 1952. I love vintage ads
#vintage #ads #bubblegum
Description: 1953 FLEER'S DUBBLE BUBBLE GUM vintage print advertisement "treat the Kids" -- treat the Kids on Halloween with Double Bubble. Can still imagine the taste!
Immensely fun, totally cute Halloween themed ad for Dubble Bubble gum from 1952. #vintage #Halloween #gum #candy #ad #retro #cute #1950s #Halloween Costume #Halloween stuffs #Halloween clothes| http://halloweencostume633.blogspot.com
Loved that Smell...
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I didn't need it, but I remember it. I have my own natural tan.
I remember this soooo well. Causes me visits to the dermatologist now, but what memories. Loved that Smell...
I really want to know how this "helped prevent sunburn"!!
Loved that Smell...Gave us a "dark" tan.
Coppertone Suntan Oil | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Grew up on Lake Huron, went through many bottles of this stuff........
Metrecal - dieter's hell in the '60s
60S Mi Aunt, My Dad, Aunt Drank, Movie Shag
Metrecal - dieter's hell in the '60s....my aunt drank this all of the time
Metrecal - my dad used this back in the day
Metrecal - dieter's hell in the '60s. I've only ever heard of this from the movie "Shag" when Pudge's mom tells her not to forget her Metrecal.
Art Linkletter - Kids say the darndest things
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Kids Say the Darndest Things: In this April 5, 1962 file photo, TV personality Art Linkletter talks with 4-year-old Ronnie Glahn, on Linkletter's TV show in April 1962. Linkletter, who hosted the popular TV shows "People Are Funny" and "House Party" in the 1950s and 1960s, died Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 97.
Art Linkletter, "kids say the darnedest things", whose "People Are Funny" and "House Party" shows entertained millions of TV viewers in the 1950s and '60s with the funny side of ordinary folks
When Doctors Made House Calls
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When Doctors Made House Calls - mine still did in the early and mid 50s --
When Doctors Made House Calls [I last remembered a doctor coming to our house when I was in early grade school and my mother was too sick to be moved during an influenza epidemic.]
This was our Booster Seat
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Yellow Pages as a Booster Seat (this is how I used to sit at the dinner table!). The ends would be all curled by the end of the year.
Yellow Pages was a Booster Seat I soo remember this!
cool website, there is some fun stuff on there!!! I ordered some cute things.
My mom would use several phone books stacked on top of one another then wrapped in contact paper to make a booster seat.
Rare Bird Finds: Fun Kitchen Accessories
I don't know any kids that I would buy this for at the moment, but i think it is super cute and a very fun idea for a booster seat! And its only 25 bucks so its not very expensive. I remember stacking up yellow pages and cookbooks at times to reach the table.
Plymouth Dairy Bottle from HoldTheWire
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Plymouth Dairy Bottle | Vintage Glass Milk Packaging
plymouth dairy bottle with some transparent shrink sleeve label that gives message. #etiquette #bouteille #shrink #sleeves #bottle #labels
plymouth dairy glass milk bottle
Plymouth Dairy Bottle from #Graphic Design| http://your-graphic-designs-collections.blogspot.com
WANT: vintage milk bottle to use as a vase.
[ glass bottle + milk + #Packaging + design + message ] plymouth dairy bottle
Toy Cooking Set Vintage French 1950s
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Favorite Toys Of The 1950S | Toy Cooking Set Vintage French 1950s by LaManche
La dinette pour jouer " au papa et à la maman." / Dinette vintage de 1950. / Vintage toy cooking set, 1950.
80S, Tiddlywink, Childhood Memories, The Games, Memories Lane, 90S, Tiddly Wink, Kid, Bingo Chips
TIDDLYWINKS (maybe-but they are the same as my grandmas bingo chips)
#charmcolorfully play tiddlywinks This was one of my favorite games and I amused myself for hours with it. You used a white one to pop the others into a cup. If you missed, the other player got a turn. The one with the most tiddly winks in their cup at the end of the game, won!
Tiddly Winks. I wonder if a kid from today can figure out what we did with these.
Childhood memories - Tiddly Winks
fallout shelter. 1960s.
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An excerpt from the book “Better Homes & Bunkers: The Fallout Shelter for the Nuclear Family” by Susan Roy: Observatory: Design Observer
American advertising poster for fallout shelters (1950s)
Remember, only YOU can prevent human flesh fires.
Love this fallout poster
cold war propaganda - Google Search
Going to the shoe store, being fitted by the salesman, watching him go to the back to get the shoes. I miss that.
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The full service shoe store -- and if you are old enough (like I am) you remember the fluoroscope machine stores had you stuck your foot into and it gave you a picture of your foot and checked the bones!
1960s 1970s Mother Watching Salesman Fit Shoes On Daughter In Shoe Section Of Department Store Photographe
I remember.. shopping for school shoes. An actual salesperson measured your foot and made trips back and forth to the mysterious back room in the store where all the shoes were kept.our town had 2 shoe stores
Song of the South Uncle Remus Stories
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Song of the South Uncle Remus Stories - Still have this big book of stores!
Uncle Remus Stories Golden Book | Disney 1947 Uncle Remus Stories Giant Golden Book : Lot 3
Gosh I miss the old days!!!!!!!!!!
Hippie, Paste Life, Schools Buses, Boho, Roads Trips, Indian Style, Music Festivals, Woodstock 1969, Marshmallows
i love hippie lifestyle. in a past life i was DEFINITELY a hippie. <3
☮ ✿ ☮ Let's go on a bohemian road trip ☮ ✿ ☮ Discover more about Lady Marshmallow: www.ladymarshmallow.com
#summer #music #festival #vacation #boho #travel
Automats. They had these in Philly. My grandmother always took me when I visited.
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Horn & Hardart's Automat, Berenice Abbott
An exhibition on lunch, the ultimate square meal.: Observatory: Design Observer
My grandfather's technology. Put in 5 cents and get delicious cake. Immediately. (Automat)
Automat, New York (© Berenice Abbott)
new york automat - Google Search
I loved my Skipper doll almost as much as my Barbie.
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Barbie's little sister Skipper turns 50 this year- she was 'born' in 1964.
Skipper ..Barbies sister
Skipper .....my mom would only let me have a Skipper doll until I was "old enough" for a Barbie doll.
vintage pink atomic glasses. why do i remember these?
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vintage pink atomic glasses oh sissy you love these. we are so drinking something yummy out of these on your deck!!
For my pink kitchen... pink federal starburst retro drinking glasses
RESERVED FOR DENISE Vintage Retro Federal Pink Starburst Drinking Glasses via Etsy Check out diet50!
Vintage Federal pink atomic drinking glasses
Which Twin has the Toni?