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These were awful things. Better than a loin cloth stuffed with grass i suppose.

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Wore to mass, if you forgot one you wore a tissue!

FACT: Wore these Chapel Veils to Mass as a young Catholic school girl. I remember one time when I forgot my veil, so the nun made me bobby-pin a kleenex to my hair.

Garter belts. Panty hose & mini skirts arrived about the same time. It's a good thing!

Panty hose & mini skirts arrived about the same time. I despised garter belts and stockings.

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women's electric razor~similar to the one my mother had when we were growing up.

This represented the day I no longer wanted to be a FEMALE (although, I got through it)!

These things were so horrible! You had to strap your sanitary pad to the buckles. You lived in pain when they twisted.

SRA Reading in class. I loved these!! Purple was the highest! (First independent study: you tracked your own progress.)

SRA reading Mastery was a reading program developed in stands for Science Research Associates. A type of coding was used to help kids understand the rules of reading. We worked independently and by our own reading levels. I loved it.

How many of you know what these are and what they were used for???

These were pins to hold rollers in your hair. Usually the rollers were spring shaped, covered with black bristles. My hair was so thick, I had to use two or three of these to hold my roller in place.

The 70 best thing from the 70s. Ever.

70 things from the '70s

clothes - bell bottom pants and vests. I remember this I had the plaid pants and the yellow sweater vest.

Vintage Holly Hobbie. Please enjoy  this repin! Be sure to visit my Facebook page: Stay Beautiful Within or my blog www.staybeautifulwithin.blogspot.com

Vintage Wedding Treasure

This brought back lots of memories, I loved my Holly Hobby doll! {k} Absolutely loved Holly Hobbie as a child!

Remember when

Margaret Hamilton as Cora the Maxwell House coffee lady, c. 1977 - In the late Maxwell House Coffee, like most national brands, turned to "spot" advertising, with the agencies creating sometimes long-running campaigns in support of their products.

Me and my sibs wore these but so did my kids Pampers weren't invented until the 60's and I didn't use them at home

Rubber pants to go over cloth diapers. Vintage diaper pants (for use with cloth diapers).