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Coo Coo Clocks were popular to....

Cuckoo Clock - Black Forest - Just like the one we had except for the 'X's around the clock face. I so love this kind of clock!

My mom use these

Vintage Hand Mixers, Set of Egg Beater. Ekco, Flint, United Royalties still have one.

431970s Toys

23 Nostalgia Toys of the 1970s

431970s Toys

Trick or treat

The Wowee Whistle. These came out around Halloween each year. They were made of wax, similar to the wax candy lips. You blew on the whistle until you got tired then you chewed up the wax. Quite tasty.

Aluminum tumblers.  My grandma and all my great-aunts had these when I was growing up... such fond memories

aluminum drink tumblers - omgosh -- these were my dad's FAVORITE glasses for drinking cold milk :) I still have a small set of them that belonged to my dad. And yes, I use them for cold milk.

.just like my grandmothers

A Super Cool Vintage Clock Radio. My Dad had this exact radio/clock in our garage!

Remember this glue in elementary school?  Used to cut pictures from sales flyers and catalogs to glue with this onto paper for Christmas lists!

Remember this glue in elementary school? So messy.I preferred the Elmer's White Paste with the little brush in the top of the lid

I remember this very well

I sooo remember this hanging on the clothes line, holding the clothes pins. This bag hung on the line your were on and could be slid along with you. It held much more than the clothes pin aprons did.

I use to do this!  I dare anyone to try and sleep in these rollers.  It's a bitch.

Back before blow dryers, there were Brush Rollers! We actually slept in these things. Pink plastic picks held them in place, And they HURT! I have curly hair so my rollers were 3 times that size.