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Dishes were given with purchase of dish detergent....golden wheat pattern. We had the whole set!

My Grandma had these dishes . . . the blogger who shared this photo listed it as Homer Laughlin china and says that . . . "Someone once told me that dishes in this pattern were grocery store premiums back in the 40's and 50's. You received a dish each time you spent a certain amount of money or bought certain products."

Golden Wheat dishes that were acquired by buying boxes of "Duz" detergent (in the 1950s). My grandparents had the whole set. Several years I ago, I found a set at the flea market and purchased it, if not, only for the happy memories it brought back:)

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Vintage Anchor Hocking Orange Juice Glasses

Orange Juice Pitcher and Glasses

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Vintage Green Mod Handled Sewing Case/Basket

my mom had a sewing box like this..

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Simplicity 5423 1970s Misses Smock Top Pants and Bikini Briefs Pattern Womens Vintage Sewing Pattern Size 16 Bust 38

I remember this pattern!

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Vintage GEOMETRIC Handmade Afghan

My grandma knitted lots of these. <3

G.E. steam iron from the 1960s. Looks a lot like Mom's with the blue cord and dial . My sister still has hers. Susie

Mom collected an entire set of these Golden Wheat pattern dishes from Duz detergent for my hope chest...

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Aluminum Measuring Spoons Kitchen Vintage

I still have my mom's and still use them