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I remember buying cigarettes from one of these at the gas station on my way to school when I was a minor.  They were also located in most bars.  I think it cost 60 cents for a pack of 20.

I remember buying cigarettes from one of these at the gas station on my way to school when I was a minor. They were also located in most bars. I think it cost 60 cents for a pack of

Yeah, I could go for one right now. Green, please!

Little Orphan Orange Alexander the Grape Poncho Punch Louie Blue Raspberry Sir Isaac Lime Strawberry Short Kook Anyone else remember.

The drive-in theater speakers. The one in Sedalia, MO closed in 1980.   Did you wear your pajamas to the drive-in when you were little? Played on the playground under the screen? Took your own popcorn in a brown grocery sack?

Drive-In Movie Sound System.Speakers at the drive in.one for your car.one for the car on the other side of you.what fun it was! Not so much fun to drive away at the end of the movie with the speaker still clipped to your window!

I could not wait to get this each year

I loved getting new Big Chief Tablets for school. Anyone else remember these? It is almost "Back to School Time." Remember trying to erase on the paper?

Just to make sure you could pronounce all the words lol

Counting people in class to figure out which paragraph you would have to read aloud.and then practice it a head of time!

Smelling Makers....remember these???

Sketch Scented Markers, the gateway drug for every grade schooler! If you show me a box of used up Mr. Sketch Scented Markers, I'll show you a

This is a painting, but looks exactly like the one from my elementary school days.

we didn't need Power point! School technology of days gone by. (it's call an overhead projector for those of you still confused ;

Post Alpha-Bits (early 70s single-serve box)

Post Alpha-Bits (early single-serve box)This was my Favorite Cereal growing up

In high school, we referred to our gym suits as monkey suits.  Oh, they were ugly.

Women’s gymsuits were one-piece garments that gave the illusion of separate shorts and tops. Each school would select one style and color of these “modestly constructed” garments as the required uniform for all of the girls in gym classes.

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