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Roller-skates and key.if the key wasn't tied to the skates it was around our necks hanging on a string.

We used to get these cartons in the gallon size when my brothers were teenagers.

Remember when milk came in cartons? We even had a plastic holder for it that had a handle. You slid the carton down into it.

Nik-L-Nip:  Sweet syrup in little wax bottles.  I loved these as a kid (I think mostly because the little bottles were so neat!).

Nik-L-Nip -- sweet syrupy drink inside little wax bottles. I loved this as a kid! Would chew the wax when the drink was gone to get that last little bit of flavor.

I made a whole bunch of these!

The original metal pot holder maker. I had this and remember making a lot of pot holders for Christmas gifts.

I remember when... we all had a playroom growing up.  It was called "outside."

I remember when. we all had a playroom growing up. It was called "outside.

Autograph books

- vintage autograph book for all your friends to sign - had different colored pages -

#Warnerbrothers...A classic!

Cartoons on Saturday Morning Speed Buggy! I watched this cartoon on Saturday mornings! One of my favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon


23 Things You Used To Wear As A Kid

Remember when you used stick-on earrings? One year for Christmas I received a white turtleneck and a variety of stick-on earrings to "decorate" the turtleneck.

Saf-T-Pops - Glad to know these are still around.

Saf-T-Pops, I remember the bank tellers & grocery cashiers handing these out for the time when they chgd the stick, we use to unravel the paper handle on these.

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Remember the coat rooms where we put our lunch and hung our coats? I had this in kindergarten.

Remember the coat rooms where we put our lunch and hung our coats? And girls had to hang their snow pants because we were obligated to wear dresses to school.

Transistor Radio - this was the only portable entertainment device available

Transister Radio with case . My dad worked for zenith so we were the first in the neighborhood with our own transistor radios and leather cases. I slept with mine up under my pillow every night in the Loved my AM radio!

Old school grocery store checkout. Notice all the different sizes of paper bags! There was usually a bag boy to "bag" them up and the cashier would unload your cart as she rang up your groceries.alot of the prices memorized.

home phone directory/address book ... our phone numbers use to begin with a word such as King 80804

Pop Open Address/Phone Number Book-remember parents and grandparents having this