Bubble Yum - This gum was so popular that kids in my Jr. High were selling individual pieces for 5 cents each. If I remember correctly, the package cost 10 or 15 cents, so they were making a pretty profit!

Bubble Yum bubble When I was 6 years old, I won a bubble blowing contest at my Sunday school.I got 3 cases of Bubble Yum as my prize :D. Needless to say, I was VERY popular that summer.

Candy necklace--remember how you'd wear it and eat it and then your neck would be all sticky?

90s Food

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.

Mr. Freeze. One of the best parts of summer! The blue & red were the best ones.

Mr Freeze Ice-Pops- My neighbor would give me an extra dime for running to the store for her, so I'd buy one of these!

Lyons Maid vintage sign. I can taste that lovely Milky ice lolly right now! My fave.

Lyons Maid vintage sign ~ my friend's dad owned a fleet of ice cream vans and sold Lyons Maid - I had a great childhood!

Quarter machine toys. I couldn't wait until my mom was done cashing out so I could get something.

Vending Machines: Murderous Munchie Salvation Distributors

getting candy and little toys out of fifty cent vending machines.remember doing this at my little town's variety store.

Lyons Maid lolly wrappers - Zoom, Haunted House, Cola Rola, Bionic Lolly, Space 1999 and Fab ice lollies.

Collection of classic Lyons Maid lolly wrappers - Zoom, Haunted House, Cola Rola, Bionic Lolly, Space 1999 and Fab ice lollies.

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