Candy Made In The 1950S | FIVE-CENT CANDY – AVAILABLE IN EVERY “SCHOOL STORE” – 1950s ...

CHUCKMAN’S PLACES – PENNY AND FIVE-CENT CANDY – AVAILABLE IN EVERY “SCHOOL STORE” – 1950s

I grew up in the the prices of some of the candy may have been more than a penny. My allowance from grandma stilled allowed me to buy more candy than dentist would recommend. I learned to read the packaging and pricing of each candy.

Navy candies 1950s loved  butterscotch lifesavers in my childhood, by then they weren't called Navy Scotch

There's not Lifesavers, they're Navy candies - birds of a feather for sure! :) is it just me or do a lot of these ads have a sexual connotation?

Life's always sweeter with Spangles.  They came in several flavours and aren't made anymore.

Life's always sweeter with Spangles. They came in all different flavours. I really liked the acid drop flavour.

Red Hots are small hot cinnamon flavored candies that are sometimes called cinnamon imperials. Description from oldtimecandy.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Red Hots are small hot cinnamon flavored candies that are sometimes called cinnamon imperials.

Took me awhile to realize the Mars Bar had gone away...was one of my favorites.  Have found the Snickers with almonds is similar.

Vintage Candy: Mars Toasted Almond Bar Advertisement Something Pleasant to do with your spare dime! The Mars Bar originated in the county I grew up in.

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