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Another Flowers' bread label is Bunny. (Likely from a buyout). This seems to be what's now used in areas where Flowers does not hold the Sunbeam franchise, such as in the mid-Atlantic region, where Schmidt holds it (Flowers has apparently moved as far north as Delaware, and uses the Bunny brand there).

Old Bunny Bread Vertical Embossed Tin Country Store Sign Original Grits R Good

this glue!!!

Perkins Paste was a required addition to all school kid's pencil cases. We glued everything with it. And when we got bored of glueing stuff, we sniffed or ate it.thank goodness it's non toxic!

The Partridge Family

Can still sing this! "Come On Get Happy" Partridge Family.and David Cassidy

Remember this series from the 80's? It is the story of Rupert, a fifth-grader who wants to be a scientist. He uses his skills to investigate his new, very unusual teacher, Miss Switch, only to discover that she is, indeed, a witch! Miss Switch, in turn, needs his help to come up with some original witchcraft or be sentenced to sweep Witch Mountain for 150 years. This book was very popular -- made into a series as well as a TV show. Dated but not too dated to be read and enjoyed by today's…

"The Trouble With Miss Switch" By Barbara Brooks Wallace

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faberge organics shampoo, if you tell 2 friends and they tell 2 friends etc.

A Burger~yummy, root beer floats, baby, mama & papa burgers!!

A Burger~yummy, root beer floats, baby, mama & papa burgers! The best burgers ever, and I have not had rootbeer like this in decades

Captain Kangaroo...with Mr Green Jeans, Moose, Dancing Bear...

Boy, I'll say, I loved Captain Kangaroo every morning. I remember when I was young, one time my mother was wanting to dress me for the day and I said."Not in front of Captain Kangaroo".funny how I remember that so clearly.

I loved it when Mom let me stick papers together with this glue!!

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