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Steepletone – 11 Record Player 3 – Speed Style with Radio (Red) Steepletone Record Player Style with Radio (Red) -

That's when  mom made her long distance calls

Long distance and we had party lines so we had to wait to use the phone

I used one of these at a convenience store, where the boss called it our “Abraham Lincoln” cash register.

Vintage National Cash Register - you had to make your own change without assistance.

Each worked once per side (4), but you'd have to rotate after each flash.

Flashcubes - You slid a lever to spin the flash after EACH picture. 4 flashes on each bulb then that was it, you had to pop in another flash cube. No cube? No flash! I can still remember the smell they made after you flashed one.

Portable Radio

Hawaiian Tropic Suntan Oil and our favorite songs playing on the radio . we were set for a day at the beach.

I totally remember the metal skates with the keys that attached to your shoes.

Metal Roller Skates with Key. I used to roller skate down the sidewalk. Our street had a slight hill that was perfect for roller skating up the street then coasting down.

Paper Christmas Decorations

Christmas never seemed like christmas unless you had these lovely gaudy things plastered across the ceiling, preferably punctuated by matching bells, balls and stars and covered in silver tinsel!

8-Track Car Stereos. We had the Doobie Brothers, Marvin Gaye, Earth Wind and Fire, Air Supply, Bread (lol) and the Bee Gee's in our huge yellow station wagon...always a fight for who got to sit in the very back with the pull up seats facing each other.  Who needs a seatbelt anyway?

8 track tape deck for the car. Boy I remember having this in one of my cars!

Did you ever open a can with a key?

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.