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Label Maker. I still have my dad's and all the unused tape from the 70s

Before there was Elmer's glue there was mucilage. It dried on your fingers and you peeled it off and ate it while the adults slapped your hands and told you to stop it because it would make you sick. It didn't.

The only time I could talk to my friends during class was when getting out a book from the under desk shelf.

.the great 50's ~~ I had to wear them as a kid in the 60's. not because they were in style any more, but because they were "corrective shoes" for flat feet! ~~GG

Vintage Ladybird Books 'Going to School': Blessing before Lunch: 1950's - Oh that we would be able to have our schools like that now!

Found myself searching the craft store for this glue today (had no idea it's been discontinued for many years! Sad!). Why do they keep messing with stuff that's great? Nostalgic and great product all in one!

Liquid glue. Remember when the rubber glue tip would get hard and you had to get the dried glue off the opening after each use.

During tests we could hear the tick-tock sound of the old clock.

Made in St. Joseph, MO. The house of the owner that made Big chief is now the Albrecht-Kemper art museum. Ask to go downstairs into the study. You can see the big chief fireplace mantle.

Did anybody else take the glue between thumb and index finger and make a spidery webby thingy with it?

I still have the feet to one of these stuck to the shelf in my old room. Our cat ate the fuzzball though, haha.