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Brownie Guide Handbook - Late early Many good memories of being in the brownies. I was a Sprite!

I really liked these

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

Baby Alive doll 1973 - I loved her so much as a kid

Baby Alive doll 1973 - Monique had one. It was noisy when it ate. but you could give it colored water and it would pee. and feed it "baby food" and it would poo and we would change its diaper.

do you remember 60's | Do you remember the 60's,70's & 80's

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

noxema-put it in the fridge and used on our sunburn when we got home from the beach (before sunscreen was created)

My mom used to use this to wash her face every night before she went to bed. I remember walking into the bathroom and seeing her with this white stuff all over her face. Later, I used it too and loved the clean way it made my face feel!

Bazooka Bubble gum with the Bazooka Joe comic inside.  I actually preferred Double Bubble Gum.

Bazooka Bubble gum with the Bazooka Joe comic inside. I actually preferred Double Bubble Gum.

My Mom wasn't good at breading hair, so she put a part in my head, wrapped one of these around the end of my ponytail, tied it in a bow and sent my off to school.  Memories.

Yarn Ponytail Ties I wore these in my pigtails all the time until I got the brilliant idea to get my hair cut into a shag. My hair wasn't long again for yrs!

Cursive Handwriting on Lined Paper

Cursive writing ~Old School.Loved learning to write cursive. My second grade teacher taught this. I still take pride in my writing.

Necklace candie

In Candy Necklaces Were Introduced Into The United States. Candy Necklaces Are An Enduring Candy Classic Today. Candy Necklaces Were A "Must Have" Accessory For Any Well Dressed Kid Or Kid-At-Heart.

PRELL Shampoo 1960s: the "pearl" at the bottom of their bottle of shampoo just like the awesome dinner plates that came in a box of laundry detergent contrast the striking difference in the excellence of those days and the mediocrity of today.

Prell Shampoo- Remember the pearl?in their commercial they would sink a pearl in the shampoo .

The Original Slinky

It's Slinky, it's Slinky, for fun it's a wonderful toy! It's Slinky, it's Slinky, it's fun for a girl and a boy! It's fun for a girl and a boy! (The longest-running jingle in advertising history.

Do you remember this

vintage diaper pins for cloth diapers. I remember running the sharp end through my hair so they'd go through the cloth diaper easier.

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