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Gum wrapper chains...we made as long as boyfriend tall

Gum wrapper chains-Loved making them and finding the wrappers so I didn't have to literally chew all the gum. Sad that gum doesn't really have wrappers like this anymore.

Chatty Cathy Doll.  Santa brought one just like her.  She had 2 little teeth and when Granny had her teeth pulled, I pulled Chatty Cathy's too, only she didn't get new ones!  lol

My Chatty Cathy doll-pull her string and she would talk. My little sister broke her string!

Chatty Cathy is a doll manufactured by the Mattel toy company from 1959 to 1965. The doll was first released in stores and appeared in television commercials beginning in 1960. Chatty Cathy celebrated her 50th birthday in 2010.

My doll looked like this but was from 1966 Chatty Cathy is a doll manufactured by the Mattel toy company from 1959 to The doll was first released in stores and appeared in television commercials beginning in Chatty Cathy celebrated her birthday in

Vintage Barbie Case and Clothes

Vintage Barbie Case and Clothes Recognize that dress anywhere and those plastic hangers. Loved to take out my Barbie & Case full of clothes to play Barbies!

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World Book Encyclopedia Britannica These were our "Internet" and my parents still have this exact set.

Vintage MARX Tin Litho DOLL HOUSE Dollhouse 51 Pieces FURNITURE BOX Original Packaging c.1950's!

Vintage MARX Tin Litho DOLL HOUSE Dollhouse 51 Pieces FURNITURE BOX Original Packaging I had one of these; why, oh why did we not hold onto this stuff?

I really liked these

B-B-Bats - loved banana and light chocolate. In the penny candy section at our Variety store uptown!

As kids we always wanted the teachers to put these in our books!

Gold stars remind me of Sunday school in damp church basements. My siblings, Tina, Dorie, Charles and I got these for perfect attendance in Sunday School. My children, James Kenneth and Jessica Diana got these in preschool as well as Sunday School.

Seriously weirdly good/gross vitamins from the '60s - maybe the first chewables?

Remember taking (or not taking) multi-vitamins as a kid? Who remembers Chocks multiple vitamins: *Please ignore the Dudley Do-Right intro. LOL Or OneADay vitamins: And by the makers of OneADay vitamins - Flintstones vitamins: I vaguely remember Chocks

Turtle bowl back in the day when little turtles could be kept as pets.

A turtle bath! we could buy baby turtles at the pet shop and then you put just a little bit of water in this for the turtle to swim. and in the middle, beside the "palm tree", you'd put the turtle food in there!

Aluminum tumblers.  My grandma and all my great-aunts had these when I was growing up... such fond memories

aluminum drink tumblers - omgosh -- these were my dad's FAVORITE glasses for drinking cold milk :) I still have a small set of them that belonged to my dad. And yes, I use them for cold milk.

1964 Vintage Parker Brothers Sorry Board Game Complete

1964 Vintage Parker Brothers Sorry Board Game. Students could make a list of how this game and the newest game looks different and what is still the same.

The Howdy Doody Show was on NBC from 1947 through 1960 and was the first show of the day. It was also the first television show to hit the 2000 episode mark.  They came to visit us at First Methodist, Eastman!

Come on kids, it's Howdy Doody time! The Howdy Doody Show was on TV from 1947 until fall of 1960 - Buffalo Bob was the host with his 'friend' Howdy Doody.There was a silent clown character on it too named Clarabell Clown.

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