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šŸ¤” 1923-1973 Do You Remember...

šŸ‘Tell us about YOUR "good old days"......

 

BORN: Age 50 - 1973, Age 60 - 1963, Age 70 - 1953, Age 80 - 1943, Age 90 - 1933, Age 100 - 1923.

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Ice chest?

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I haven't used them, but I think you might use a pair to move a block of ice into the ice box you posted above.

 

I'm not 100% certain about the hooks, but my wife's Grandfather was the ice man who delivered ice to the homes. He is long gone, but everyone in the family has an ice pick lying around. He must have given them away.

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Boot hooks?

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Remember trying to get under one of these for air raid  drills?

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I still have two of these that I use now and them..One acturally chewed up my table from attaching it to it...

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Meat grinder

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I still use mine

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What is it? A Medieval Torture DevicešŸ’šŸµ šŸ™ˆšŸ™‰šŸ™Š 

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Do you remember this kitchen table? 

My folks had one in the 1950's. 

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Left one on these (in yellow yellow) in my grandmothers basement in 2005.  Was in fairly pristine condition, though even the consignment shops didn't want it at the time.   

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Reminds me of the formica tabletops at Jackieā€™s cafe when I was in high school

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WOW,  You just about covered all of my interests, and activities.  Growing up;  on your list.  It covers a typical middle class life experience, growing up in America.  During a certain time period.  

AND THERE IS NO WAY;  I AM OLDER THAN DIRT!!

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Iā€™m ilder than dirt!šŸ˜³

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I did not have one of these games as a kid but they were very popular in the 1950's. 

How about you?

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Remember the slide Hockey Games, I had the steel vibrating electric football that didn't work all that well. 

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Oh yes. My brother and I used to play that hockey game all the time.

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I liked those Hockey games, I had a friend that had one, & there actually was some skill to it.   

 

I found a Roger Staubach's ABC's Monday Night Football in my parents attic a few years back, it was a table top game that had a lamp underneath that would illuminate the play yardage on the field.    

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I had an old pair of these roller skates in our garage until we downsized to move into our retirement center. 

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I fondly remember these and after skating the tinglely feeling of your feet  and of course that darn skate key that seemed to evade one when you wanted to skate...

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Had those, coukdn't use them easily with Keds on. 

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Had these two along with suitcase to carry them and the organ music playing at the rink..I enjoyed watching those who could dance on them...Happy Days....

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They are in a metal suit case (mid 50's), I never could roller skate well, but was good on Ice Skates. 

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Used those at the roller rink! 

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