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cracker jack surprise toy package - with a real toy in it. Not a paper thing of some kind. A TOY!

getting a color TV was a BIG deal...remember the color peacock announcing a show was in color...not all were

Remember the color NBC peacock announcing a show was in color? At our house the peacock was always in black and white.we didn't have a color tv until I was in high school!

We put this crap on our boo boos when I was a kiddo, it stained our skin a bright pink red color!!

my dad would always put this on my scrapes/cuts. The bright red color made me think my bruise was even worse than it was. And it stung like fire on a cut or scrape.

The Push/Pull Merry-Go-Round... my neighbors had one and I loved it!

The Push/Pull Merry-Go-Round. my neighbors had one and I loved it!


My mom would smear this all over my chest if I had a cold, and then put the heating pad over it with a soft towel.

Musical childs vintage jewelry box with ...

Musical child's vintage jewelry box with rotating ballerina - mine played"Oh What A Beautiful Morning"

Lying on the floor to watch TV :)

Watching TV while lying on the living room rug. Momma had the couch, Daddy had the chair, and the floor was where we sat. It was NORMAL people!

Flour Sack Dresses 1930s | Patterned Flour Sacks made into little girl's dresses in the 1930's ...

When they realized women were using their sacks to make clothes for their children, flour mills started using flowered fabric for their sacks. The label was designed to wash out. When I was a kid our clothes were made out material from Chicken feed sacks.

True story!

No Bottled Water, We Drank From A Garden Hose! # Country Life # Country Girl Way Hose its the best tasting water there is

Mercurochrome fixed everything

My Mom painted kitty and bunny shapes on our scrapes with it! It stung a little, but infinitely less than that godforsaken Merthiolate!

the Piggly Wiggly! My Father in law worked at the one in Stephenville, TX for many years

Today there are more than 600 Piggly Wiggly stores serving communities in 17 states. All Piggly Wiggly stores are independently owned and operated, and are located primarily throughout the South