School Lunch Ticket-In elementary I went to a school that passed out metal slugs which we had to turn in for our meal in the cafeteria. - CG
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Felt so grown up buying and being responsible for my lunch ticket!
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School Lunch Tickets - We had these at Flinn
School Lunch Tickets
Our school lunch were on these kind of trays. And they made the food right there in the school kitchen. NO prepackaged and then reheated corn dogs or mystery meat burgers for us!
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School lunch trays, with a rectangular slab of pizza goodness, something they called chili soup, and yes, I always went to the cafeteria on fish sandwich days too.
Our school lunches were on these kinds of trays. The cafeteria ladies made the food right there in the school kitchen.
school lunch trays. And they made the food right there in the school kitchen.
grade school cafeteria trays! The food was so awful. circa early 1960's
❤.❤(♥ˆ﹀ˆ*)(*ˆ﹀ˆ♥)❤.❤ Set of 2 Vintage Texas Ware School Lunch Trays
Set of 2 Vintage Texas Ware School Lunch Trays by AuntSistersPicks
I remember when you could get a warm healthy lunch for 35 cents!
Vintage Texas Ware School Lunch Trays Sea Foam Green and Coral
School lunch trays ~ the school had the best pizza! :D~
1968 school assembly - for the girls it was mandatory. We all wore skirts - no jeans.
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1968 school assembly - Look at all those skirts. And nylon stockings - no bare legs. No jeans. Modest necklines. Clean and combed hair. This was our everyday look. This is how you dressed for school. Baby boomers time.
1968 school assembly -- Look at all those skirts. No jeans. Clean and combed hair. This was our everyday look. This is how Baby boomers dressed for school. time.
1968 school assembly - did a double-take on this. It is my high school: Franklin HS, Portland OR. Some of these girls my classmates. What a surprise! Notice how we all wore dresses/skirts.
1968 School assembly - the good old days when girls didn't dress like boys. . . .#vintage . . #nostalgia
1968 school assembly - all skirts - no jeans or even slacks. I thought it was so neat to be able to wear slacks and jeans when I started college. Then about a year after I graduated High school the dress code was changed to include slacks.
1968 School assembly. Different school, but that's the year that I graduated high school as well as got married.
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Vintage style: 1968 school assembly
1960s -- school assembly
Had to buy these every year for school.
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Big Chief Tablet Was Invented & Printed In St. Joseph, Missouri...I remember these back in elementary school
Big Chief Tablet Was Invented & Printed In St. Joseph, Missouri about 30 min. north of Kansas CIty. They were always on the school supply list and every year we couldn't wait to get our Big Chief paper with it's bigger lines. You just knew you were ready for school when you had this. Fun memories.
Big Chief Tablet ~ I was so excited about starting school and very proud of my new Big Chief Tablet.
Each year you had to buy your Big Chief for grade school! I can still remember learning to print on one of these.lol
Each year you had to buy your Big Chief for grade school! http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=big+chief+tablet=big+chief+tablet=IGRE
Big Chief Tablets ... This brings back childhood memories!
Back to school - time to buy Big Chief tablets
Big Chief Tablet used in grade school
Writing tablet for grade school.
Vintage Ingraham School Clock.
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We acquired a vintage 1960s Ingraham School Cock very similar to this one to keep time for us at Still Life For Him. The sweeping red second hand keeps the day flying by with its quiet, but constant, buzzy-ticking.
School Clock....and the minutes would pass SO slowly! Ours had a sign above it "Time passes ... Will you?"
School Clock....Where a five minute nap, was the equivalence of 30 seconds in real time lol
School Clock..just bought from a local picker an exact clock...$4. Westclox
Vintage Ingraham School Clock. We had one in our study hall!!!
i love vintage school clocks. Vintage Ingraham School Clock.
School Clock....and the minutes would pass SO slowly!
Vintage Ingraham School Clock by sevenbc on Etsy
I remember it well from school days and the way it smelled in the office from the ink.
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Mimeograph Machine - Sniffffffff!!!!! Ah, the smell of fresh ink! - You could smell that all over the school! I remember using this in my high school business class!!!!
Mimeograph Machine - before copy machines and way before printers. Ah, the smell of fresh ink on class worksheets.
Mimeograph machine - Sniffffffff!!!!! Ah, the smell of fresh ink! The 'ditto' machine and its purple ink!
My Mom volunteered at our elementary school to run the mimeograph machine to run off the school newsletter and any special notices...I can still smell the purple ink :)
Mimeograph machine - We loved to smell the fresh ink! Oh, how I loved a purple ditto sheet! I used one of these everyday at my first job in the 60s!
Mimeograph machine - loved to smell the fresh ink! I used this a lot during my first years of teaching....usually had purple ink all over me!
Mimeograph machine - We loved to smell the fresh ink! Oh, how I loved a purple ditto sheet! Remember elementary school?
Mimeograph machine - We loved to smell the fresh ink! Purple ditto sheets-- it's a wonder we weren't all high in elementary school.
Mimeograph Machine ~ Childhood Memories
Vintage School Scissors...
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Vintage School Scissors...so frustrating to be a lefty back in the day !!
Vintage School Scissors...we were just told not to cut ourselves:-)
Vintage School Scissors...kids have it so easy.
scissors wrapped, clipboard for sign
Vintage school scissors...
Polly Flinders Dress: I usually wore one of these on the first day of school
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Elementary school - Polly Flinders dresses! My girls wore these on their first day of Kindergarten. @Paige Gibson @Holly Kincaid
Polly Flinders AKA "The Smock Dress" or that Plaid Dress. Pretty sure I had this color. G;)
Elementary school - Polly Flinders dresses! looks kind of familiar
Polly Flinders Dress by honor. I think owned this exact dress.
Elementary school - Polly Flinders dresses! 60s and 70s
I remember wearing embroidered dresses like this too.
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I had a couple dresses just like this...
Old School Paper Cutter. Scary.
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Old School Paper Cutter. - Remember the sound it made when you lowered the handle and cut the paper?
Old School Paper Cutter. I remember being amazed that my teachers trusted me to use this thing unsupervised :-P
Old School Paper Cutter. I think I remember Lisa or Denise cutting their fingers on this in the fifth or sixth grade. After that, we weren't allowed to use it anymore.
I remember these big suckers in grade school you could cut watermelons with it Old School Paper Cutter
Old School Paper Cutter remember the sound, what about the smell of mimeographs from the school office?
vintage photo PAPER CUTTER wooden 13 maple by SugarCubeVintage. Had one at school.
Old School Paper Cutter. I remember these! Watch your fingers!
Old School Paper Cutter #papercutter #childhood #90s
Trip Down Memory Lane
Antique-Vintage 1940's Oak School Desk-Chair
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Antique-Vintage 1940's Oak School Desk-Chair. Our high school had these, but the elementary schools still had bolted down desks and chairs.
Antique-Vintage 1940's Oak School Desk-Chair..used these in a lot of classes in the 70's....and we are ok.....
Had these in high school. Antique-Vintage 1940's Oak School Desk-Chair-would never think of refinishing/painting it. Lots of character as is, esp. carvings by children who wanted to leave their mark in the classroom
Antique-Vintage 1940's Oak School Desk-Chair I spent many hours in school in one of these uncomfortable desk.
Antique-Vintage 1940's Oak School Desk-Chair. 40's! I used these in high school into the 60's.
Antique-Vintage 1940's Oak School Desk-Chair. Very difficult for left handed students
Antique-Vintage 1940's Oak School Desk-Chair. There is one for sale in our booth.
1940's Oak School Desk.....reminds me of high school.
Antique-Vintage 1940's Oak School Desk
school dress ... girls could not wear slacks
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I loved my plaid dresses as a kid. I went to a school where all the girls wore dresses to school. We could wear pants under our dresses on gym days and winter days, but we had to take them off once gym class was over or we got to school.
Elementary school dress ... girls could not wear pants dresses could only be just above the knee...
I wore dresses like this in elementary school in the 50's and early 60s. Girls could not wear pants to school
school dress.... girls wore dresses/skirts ONLY you could get 3 dresses for $10 at Sears Robuck
school dress ... girls could not wear pants only under our dresses no matter how cold it was...
school dress.... girls could not wear pants to school I had one just like this one...
School dress ... girls could not wear pants when I was in elementary school.
Typical elementary school dress, we weren't allowed to wear pants back then.
Girls wore dresses like this in elementary school in the 60s
Tetherball on the playground
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Tetherball - my #1 favorite playground game! Made me remember the time a boy named M put his hands in the pocket (while my hands were in there) of my windbreaker and broke my jacket...while waiting in line to play tether ball. ;0) He wanted to get warm.
For a very short time I remember having a Tetherball pole at my elementary school. I wasn't one to ever play but I would watch. I believe two or more people hit the ball on the string as hard and fast as you could and have it spin around the pole. And if you “accidently” hit someone with the ball — you got bonus points!!
I remember there being a tether ball on the playground of my elementary school. I was the champ, being tall and competitive. LOL.
I remember there being a tether ball on the playground of my elementary school. I was the champ, being tall and competitive. My kids have tether ball at their school, too. I'm still better than all the kids, LOL.
*TETHER BALL~ I loved to play tether ball at recess...It was more popular in middle school than elementary school actually. I think the school ended up getting rid of the tetherball later on for fear of someone getting strangled or something.
Tetherball - spent hours playing this in our backyard - wore a perfect circle in the grass!
Tetherball Used to LOVE play I loved playing tether ball we had one in our back yard!
tether ball ~ I played this in elementary school and made our own in our backyard!
~ Childhood Memories
Music class in elementary school.
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This is what kindergarten looked like when I went in the early 50's. We did some of this in our class when I taught ..however they also had music class every other day with the school music teacher.
For Hamish and Lente ~ both LOVE Music and Dance!! Ladybird Books. Joining a play group. #illustration #books #children
Vintage Ladybird Books 'Learning with Mother' by LarkingAbout, via Flickr ilustrator Harry Wingfield
Music class in elementary school was one of my favorites; we'd listen to Broadway musical records, play instruments as a big group, and learn popular songs so we could sing along to the record player.
Music class in elementary school. We just flat out had a better childhood than kid's today - hands down!
Music class in elementary school. I always got the darn sticks. I wanted the cymbals. Ha!
Vintage Ladybird Books 'Learning with Mother' | ....reépinglé par Maurie Daboux ❥•*`*•❥
Ladybird Books. Joining a play group. #illustration #books #children
Music class in elementary school. MY FAVORITE!!! Ahhhh yes.
Vintage School Cafeteria Trays
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Vintage School Cafeteria Trays-our milk came in glass bottles and almost every day someone would drop a bottle taking their trays back up.
Vintage School Cafeteria Trays-our milk came in cartons, that we're impossible to open.
Vintage School Cafeteria Trays ~ love the seperate compartments
School Cafeteria Trays? Remember helping in the cafeteria?
School Cafeteria Trays - ate many a lunch off of them
School Cafeteria Trays
Sears catalog, 1970. ....
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1970 I remmber the green calico print! I think I made a Shift with it.
1960s fashion - white & acid green mini skirt + blouse and mini-dress
1970s fashion. Green mini dress, green plaid mini skirt.
1970 - I think I had that green outfit, but in orange.
Mini skirts and dresses carried over from the 1960s
1970 ~ Lime Green ~ Sears
60s Fashion green
Shorthand was taught in high school in the 60's but only the girls took that class. Now days, kids can't even write in cursive...things have certainly changed!
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Remember my shorthand class well (don't remember any shorthand, just the class! LOL!).I was awful at short hand!!!
dying art....shorthand - I remember this in highschool. Never got a job where I had to use it. Most of my high school friends took business classes and had Sten.💁
dying art....shorthand - I remember this in highschool. Never got a job where I had to use it. Learned it in Business Class in high school
dying art....shorthand - I remember this in highschool. Never got a job where I had to use it. The Art is "dead" !! I never used it either, thank goodness!! But we had to learn it in High School !!!
shorthand class in high school ~ used to get A's in shorthand. The only stroke I remember is the letter "D"...
Shorthand - I remember this in high school. My mom made me take it - it has come in so handy - NOT!
dying art....shorthand....This was the only class that I took for 3 years in high school and got straight A's in...all I remember to write is Dear Mr/Dear Mrs
This is not taught anymore in High School unfortunately....SHORTHAND ~ BUT..... have an activity to get all the ladies who were secretaries, file clerks and bookkeepers together and see how much they remember - get an old typewriter, use stenographer book, file folders, labels, old "dial" telephone and turn into an "Office Party" theme!!! Should be so much fun! Try this with those with early stage dementia ~ may bring back more memories by experimenting!
Dying art -shorthand classes - I taught and wrote shorthand. It is now a lost art.
Big Chief Pencil Tablets
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I loved getting new Big Chief Tablets for school. Anyone else remember these? It is almost "Back to School Time." Remember trying to erase on the paper? Ugh!
Big Chief tablet gave really smooth writing. I remember going to the school store in the morning and buying a new one when I ran out of paper.
So exciting to start school with all your school supplies - 1 Big Chief Tablet, 1 Laddie Pencil, 1 pink eraser, 1 box of 8 Crayon Crayolas, 1 box of Kleenex tissues. Done
Writing tablet - essential in school supplies I remember these was so excited to get the new big chief
Does anyone remember the Big Chief tablets we would have on our school supplies list?
One of the first things I picked out for school supplies.
Childhood Memories •~• Big Chief tablet
essential in elementary school supplies
Learning to write... Wow! memory lane.
Getting one of these shiny stars on a good paper or assignment...that was the BEST feeling! The teacher had to lick these ...they were not self-stick back in the day.
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Remember getting these at school!.. For sure always will !! Even as a teacher, my high school students loved these, and liked when I added stars stickers to their papers .. So cute!! Love my students still !!❤️
Gold stars! Used to get these on good papers in school! My piano teacher used them too!! Made you feel so special!
Stars on your school papers (Awwwwe I remember feeling so proud when i ever got a star on my paper!!! like I was special or something to my teacher!! : )
Used to get stars on our papers in school! Can't remember which color meant what except for the GOLD STAR, of course.
Used to get these on good papers in school! .... I went to an elementary school where the teacher would check your fingernails-if you bit them, no star for you!..if you were dirty-no star, overweight-no star---sounds kinda socialistic now days, doesn't it?!
Memory lane! Do teachers still give out star stickers! The Gold star was the one everyone wanted.
I remember these from school CHARTS... Frm bd: Blast from the Past
Star stickers teachers used to use on my elementary school papers.
~ Childhood Memories
I loved My Weekly Reader...my mom always let me "subscribe" to it during the summer months, too...how cool was that?!!!