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Nostalgic, Old Fashioned, and Retro Candy & Candy Bars : Cooking .

Most kitchens had a match holder/dispenser! Most gas stoves did not have a pilot-light; so a match was needed to "light" the cook stove and space heater. Matches were also used as deodorizes in the bathroom!

Vintage matchbox holder/ We always had one of these by our cook stove as a girl. Because if the stove was to light, we had to strike a match first/

Pick up Sticks.  Steady.  Steady.  Steady!  Oh, one needed nerves of steel with this game.  And I had them!

Pick up Sticks! Spent many hours playing Pick up Sticks and Jacks!

Pixie Sticks....penny candy

penny candy *Kids seem to love vintage candy. The Dollar Tree has a great selection of candy.

Gilliam Candy Sticks - These were a childhood favorite.  They were only .10 a piece at Stringham's Drug Store, in Shafter, where I grew up in the 80's.

Gilliam Candy Sticks - They were only 10 cents a piece. Loved going to the store and picking out a new flavor each time!

Silly Putty. You could press it against the comics and the ink would stick to it.

SILLY PUTTY and you always had to try and lift the comic off the page. Loved Silly Putty & funny pages. Also pressed quarters on it to make impressions.

british candy is better (except for Turkish delight which is quite nasty)

A Fluther of Knitting: British vs. Happy National Chocolate Day - today October, I want some of these!

baby ruth bars! I can never eat one without thinking about Caddy Shack...

Top 10 Old Time Vintage Candy Brands That Are Still Relevant and Some That Aren't