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Jan Endias
Jan Endias

Jan Endias

 
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33 1/3
33 1/3

The Merrill Staton Singers.

 
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“Old Bones” matchbook
“Old Bones” matchbook

An ebay acquisition, this still has all it’s matches.

 
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Oil.
Oil.

Hinky Dinky motor oil. Who knew? Yes…eBay.

 
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Another eBay acquisition. I have a stack of recipes…perhaps I should post them all.

According to my dad:

“Helen Davis” was for awhile a fictitious staff home economist who made commercials, store appearances and wrote a newspaper column. She was our “Betty Crocker”. Her name meant nothing, other than it was wholesome sounding and began with an “H” and a “D.” The program was rather short=lived. I think we had two different “Helen’s”. Part of the problem was that the program lost some of its credibility when we had turnover in the character.

 
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Some new matches.
Some new matches.

Yet another eBay acquisition….

 
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Do you clip coupons?
Do you clip coupons?

If you clip coupons…stay organized!

 
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Not from eBay!
Not from eBay!

A gift from my Pop…I think I really believe there’s 50 books of Hinky Dinky matchbooks in this package.

 
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A gem from the blue and orange era.
A gem from the blue and orange era.

I couldn’t resist putting my name in it.

 
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An eBay acquisition.
An eBay acquisition.

I mean, seriously…

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