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Howdy Doody...was the first tv show I can remember.

One of the earliest surviving kinescopes of the "Howdy Doody" program. Phineas T. Bluster demands 500 marbles per day from Howdy Doody or else he will take o.

"Howdy Doody" was an American children's television program that was created and…

Clarabelle the Clown-Bob Smith Howdy Doody / Early childhood television show.

Did you ever open a can with a key?

Cans where you needed a 'key' that was attached to the bottom to open it up. I sure do remember opening cans with a key.


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Pick up Sticks - what a favorite

Pik-Up Sticks can do this with straws, dump in a pile and try to pick them up without moving the others.for little ones.it can work on fine motor skills. I used to play this game with my Nana allll the time!

Huge Wooden Television Sets with 25 inch screens were the standard issue TV console when I was growing up.

Huge wooden tv sets - that you had to change the channel. I remember that tv, man do i remember putting coins in side the tv thinking it's cool. Note that tv was our tv stand since it wasn"t working. Had that same tv.

Hopscotch.  Played a lot!

Supplies needed: chalk or sidewalk paint, stones/bottlecaps or bean bags. Playing hopscotch is easy. First, make the paint to create your hopscotch grid.

got lots of "stuff" with green stamps

H Green Stamps. my mom used to save them.got them at the grocery store and after she had a bunch saved we would stick them in a stamp book and take them to the stamp store and she would pick something out for the house

One on almost every corner in downtown Marietta, OH in the 70s & early 80s

My mom made me put a dime in my shoe for a call home when I went on a date just in case the boy got fresh - Phone Booth. used to be 10 cents, then it was 25 cents to call. I can't find any phone booths or outside phones anymore.