Time for another Christmas edition of Woman's Day magazine. This time, it's from 1970.
I had such a crush on the St. Louis host of Romper Room, Miss Lois. When I was 4 or 5, I drew a picture of stick people playing on a playground and sent it to her. Then I realized I hadn't clothed them and was afraid Miss Lois would think I was some sort of pervert. Ultimately, she sent me a autographed photo for my effort and eased my worries.
Now it appeals to women who wear mesh produce netting on their heads.
Inside was this insert for Parker Brothers games available for the 1970 Christmas Season featuring some recognizable games and some not so recognizable.
I told you Pooh had a thing for women's shoes.
Hooked on crochet? I think the answer is obvious.
Once again, nothing I can add to this picture.
I'm not sure if this is tacky or fantastic. I think it might be both.
I received that Playskool take-apart car (4) for Christmas around this time. I still have it and in fact found another with all pieces at a garage sale a couple years ago. My youngest kids love to play with it.
This ad solves a mystery of what this kid was wearing in this slide I found at a garage sale years ago.
Creamettes and Spam. Or it could be the poor man's Spam, "Treet". They only say "12-oz can luncheon meat", withholding an endorsement for either.
I loved these Peanuts books when I was a kid. It was the only way to experience the TV specials outside of the season.
I’ve sworn I will name my first born be he a man or a woman "Blues Image".
Back when Sesame Street characters were kinda scary.
I call these "Grandma Mints" as she always had a dish set out for us.
Spill something on this carpet? Pfffft. Who cares.