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Thought this was so cool when it first came out: Fruit Stripe Gum

I remember the jingle. Yipes Stripes, Beechnuts got 'em.Yipes Stripes in Fruit Stripe gum.Yipes Stripes, five different flavors.get Beechnut Fruit Stripe Gum! This was my favorite gum!

No, they won't.  Lol

and I think everyone we knew then had the list of numbers posted on the wall by the phone. We had an extra long cord that we could take around the corner and into a small bathroom to shut the door for more privacy.

Just to make sure you could pronounce all the words lol

Counting people in class to figure out which paragraph you would have to read aloud.and then practice it a head of time!

PRELL Shampoo 1960s Glass Bottle...I loved the way my hair smelled after it was washed with Prell!

Prell Shampoo- Remember the pearl? It was a funny gimmick ;in their commercial they would sink a pearl in the shampoo . I guess it was to show richness by identification .

Gum wrapper chain LOVED making these

I remember sitting in our tent at Girl Scout camp and watching the other girls make gum wrapper chains. I was so envious of the fact that they HAD gum and that they knew how to make these beautiful chains. Made them!

I loved it when Mom let me stick papers together with this glue!!

Remember this glue in elementary school? So messy.I preferred the Elmer's White Paste with the little brush in the top of the lid

Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific. My mom used this a lot :)

Gee, Your Hair Smells Terrific shampoo. Very cool in the unless it was a miget saying "gee your hair smells terrific"

Opening cans with a key.  a lesson in patience especially when the tin breaks off. I don't know why even today corned beef still comes in this type of can.

Cans where you needed a 'key' that was attached to the bottom to open it up. I sure do remember opening cans with a key.