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Before Baggies were invented we wrapped sandwiches in wax paper

Sandwiches wrapped in wax paper. I remember my Mom making my dad's "logging" lunch. Wax paper wrapped sandwiches carried in a plastic ice cream bucket,because it was too expensive to replace metal lunch boxes when he would fall a tree on them!

Monchichi Monchichi your so soft and cuddly!   (this was my favorite toy as a kid- until his hair came off)

Monchichi- Loved this guy.remember the song. monchichi monchichi I can play atari. there was a cartton of these oo, loved it and used to watch it. not to mention have a few dolls also.

My sister and I LOVED these - they were like magic.

Baby Doll Bottles that looked real - I remember how magical it was that the juice and milk disappeared.

Every Saturday night had to wear these in order to get ready for Sunday am. YUCK! !!""!""

Pink foam hair rollers-oh I remember the pain. Got my hair rolled by my mom every Saturday night for church on Sunday. Honestly, I don't think the Lord would care if I showed up with straight hair.

Destroyed the enamel on yiur teeth and was really expensive

Pearl Drops whitening tooth polish - It's a great feeling! I used this at my Granny's house growing up.

My grandmother had this powder puff. I think EVERY Grandmom did. :)

Powder with the fluffy puff. I remember Avon had one on a long handle - you filled the puff with powder. Best thing they ever had - and of course, they did away with it.

My mom stuck these through her black brush hair curlers to keep them in her hair 1960s

My mom stuck these through her black brush hair curlers to keep them in her hair 1960s

Vintage Family Photos I still have my album like this my mom started for me when I was born. Looks just about identical- the black pages and the corner tabs.

Vintage Family Photos - we have these somewhere from forever ago - mom started before we were born

We had a whirlybird!! Great memories!!!

We had a whirlybird!! Great memories!!!

Childhood Memories, Forget

Who remembers unfolding the cassette insert to read the lyrics?

Who remembers unfolding the cassette insert to read the lyrics? Sometimes that was the only way to know the "real words"!

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