MOUSIE - MOUSIE.....SPEARS GAMES c1963... I had this, I cant remember how you play it, but I remember it!

SPEARS GAMES I remember this game but with a huge orange wedge of cheese instead of the bucket. Can't remember how we played it but it was a game for pre-schoolers!

The Tufty Club

I was in The Tufty Club and had this badge. I also went to The Tufty Club Playgroup. Tufty taught us to cross the road safely - 'Look right, look left, look right again and if all's clear march straight across.

Bead purse

I had this exact purse. I pulled all of the colored beads off though.

Mini pop n catch game, always a great item for party bags.

Product Description Mini pop n catch game, always a great item for party bags.

Lining up in school playground '60s.

School age children were expected to behave very well, or punishment would be given. This picture of children lining up for school in the perfectly demonstrates how strict schools were at this time.

Co-op stamps, you got these for your grocery shopping and off the milkman, great sheets of them that you had to lick and stick in books, before handing them in to collect free things from your local Co-op...usually glasses

Co-op stamps, you got these for your grocery shopping and off the milkman, great sheets of them that you had to lick and stick in books, before handing them in to collect free things from your local Co-op.usually glasses

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Pong Made in Germany 1977 - ok didn't know this was a German thing. I remember my parents and me playing this in the pre-computer games era.

Late 1960s-Early 1970s - TV show "The Galloping Gourmet" with Graham Kerr.

The Galloping Gourmet~Graham Kerr Loved watching this with you. Remember when he took One too many "Sippys" and was falling down drunk on national TV? he was cooking in rehab after that. Good times, thanks Mom

Vintage Ad: Alan Oakley & Ogle Design, Raleigh Chopper Mark II, 1972-82. Raleigh Bicycle Company, Nottingham, England.

The Genuine Raleigh Chopper. Bicycle Retailer & Industry News - Alan Oakley, Chopper designer, dies at 85 I had really this bike.

A treadle sewing machine, like Grandmother's, is good exercise for the sides of one's lower legs, if you don't mind the soreness.

Singer Treadle much like my Mom's. My first memory was watching her sew and listening to the treadle hum. - I still have my grandmother's.

Ollie Beak and Fred Barker. (Gosh, I didn't think anyone else would remember this!)

ollie beak fred barker - The 5 Oclock Club,where I went to the studios as a part of the audience.Muriel Young was presenter of this kiddies TV show.

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