Roy and Dale!

Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, "Happy Trails to You." I often rode to school on an imaginary horse named Buttermilk.

Most kitchens had a match holder/dispenser! Most gas stoves did not have a pilot-light; so a match was needed to "light" the cook stove and space heater. Matches were also used as deodorizes in the bathroom!

Vintage matchbox holder/ We always had one of these by our cook stove as a girl. Because if the stove was to light, we had to strike a match first/

George Reeves (The Original Superman) 1/05/1914    Died 6/16/1959

George Reeves was an American actor best known for his role as Clark Kent/Superman in the television program Adventures of Superman. He died on June 1959 at the age of 45 from a self inflicted gunshot.

Smallpox injection, if you have a scar near the shoulder. . .you had one!

Remember the Smallpox Vaccination? Mine is on the inside of my left arm, so it doesn't show. Also remember taking sugar cubes for Polio.

Plop Plop Fizz Fizz Oh What a Relief it is!

pop-pop, fizz-fizz, oh what a relief it is. A popular TV commercial for Alka Seltzer.

Dale Evans and Buttermilk - the first famous movie-TV buckskin that I know of.

Dale Evans and her horse, Buttermilk. Evans was an American writer, movie star, and singer-songwriter, and wife of singing cowboy Roy Rogers.

1960s S and H Green Stamps Booklet for Collage, Altered Art, Mixed Media

I remember licking stamps for my mom and going to the green stamp store

Roy, Dale & Trigger

Happy trails to you until we meet again. Roy Rogers & Dale Evans--Trigger, of course

photo Roy Rogers Dale Evans western portrait outdoors 3285-32

photo Roy Rogers Dale Evans western portrait outdoors 3285-32

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Shirley Temple American Child Star of the Seen Here with a Shirley Temple Doll Photographic Print