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  • Jenni Shuford

    Circus Peanuts ... I just loved these when I was little. My grandma always had candy in her armour. You are never too old for a childhood memory.

  • Jean McIntosh

    My Great Grandmother Roman always had these in the candy dish, and it was always full of candy! One of my great memories of visiting and running through her house and grabbing pieces all day!

  • Tammy Bond

    Circus Peanuts - always at my Gran's house. Might as well go through all the pages of this site: imremembering.com

  • Dail Pautz

    Circus peanuts! I remember sharing them with my Dad. It makes me happy that my kids love them!

  • Stacy Murray Bryan

    Circus peanuts My grand dad always had a bag of these to give to us kids..... C'=

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