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Skipper

Barbie's younger sister Skipper was introduced in with three hair colors to choose from. However eventually the Skipper dolls would only be available with blonde hair.

I remeber, always thinking, "is my slip showing"?

I remeber, always thinking, "is my slip showing"? It was shameful to wear a dress without a slip.

steam hair rollers - Bing images

vintage Lady Schick steam curlers - best electric rollers ever! I wish I still have mine.

the first cash register I used in 1972.  I worked with my big brother and parents, in a fish and chip shop in Mount Isa.  I was 9,

the first cash register I used in I worked with my big brother and parents, in a fish and chip shop in Mount Isa.

Old can with opener, had to be careful they would cut your fingers!

Cans where you needed a 'key' that was attached to the bottom to open it up. I sure do remember opening cans with a key.

Incense Burners -- very popular when I was in high school in the 1970s. I had one like this and loved using it!

Incense Burners -- very popular when I was in school in the came in handy if you were brave/stupid enough to smoke in your room.

Ceramic Christmas tree lighted with small plastic bulbs - 8 inch size | TeresasCeramics - Earth Friendly on ArtFire

Ceramic Christmas tree lighted with small plastic bulbs - 8 inch size

Does anyone remember their mom or grandma proudly displaying one of these beauties for Christmas? Was my favorite Christmas decoration! We had 3 of them that my mom did in her ceramics class!

Typewriter ribbon - a pain to put in.  We were happy when the selectric came out

Typewriter ribbon I hated changing that ribbon! The ink got all over your hands.

My original 1960's Girl Scout Uniform.  Still have all the pins, other badges and my Junior book. What a great organization!

My original Girl Scout Uniform. Still have all the pins, other badges and my Junior book.

card decks with clothes pins on bike spokes for noise ~ way cool.

Baseball cards clothes pinned to the bicycle spokes.what a great sound that was! We used playing deck cards held on with clothespins

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