Saturday, July 6, 2013

Good 'Ole Days

Me and my husband stopped at this candy shop on one of our drives, and they had penny candy in some of their bins.  I remember going down to the local store when I was a little girl and looking at all the penny candy every time I visited.  Let's see if you remember some of these goodies.
Who didn't love the moon pies?


All the girls wanted the candy necklaces.


Remember the candy cigarettes?


Loved the red hot cinnamon suckers.


I still like the chocolate sixlets to this day.


And let's not forget the red wax lips, how fun were these?


Speaking of  the good ole' days....


Aaahhh, childhood memories;
We all have them.
Mine were sweet.
I hope yours were too.

~Sheri

26 comments:

syros2js said...

Oh! Yes!
I remember the candy necklaces and the cigarettes...
You are so lucky that your childhood memories were sweet!!! (Mine were sweet, too!!!)
Kisses, my friend!!!
Have a nice weekend!!!

Mary Palumbo Collings said...

I remember and love all of those ! The wax lips and all of those other wax things they had for Halloween... favorites. Love those old time memories! Have a good weekend Sheri! XO Mary

Art and Sand said...

Such a fun stroll down Memory Lane.

It evoked another memory. Every Saturday my parents would drop my sister and me at the movies with $.50 each. We could go to the movie and buy a Charms sucker. If we pooled our money we could buy a tube of Flicks.

NanaDiana said...

I loved those- I never saw the red hot suckers though! We used to get something called a SkyBar, too, and that was very good- although more than a penny! And 5th Avenue- remember those? I wonder if they even make those anymore-I'll have to check. Hope you have a great weekend- xo Diana

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Oh the memories that come back. Candy at the movies on Saturday. Riding my bike to the color drug store and buying penny candy. Loved those lips.
Have a great weekend.
Mary

TARYTERRE said...

I too remember the candy necklaces and cigarettes and wax lips. Childhood good times to be sure.

Rustic Vintage Country said...

Wish I could say I remembered them but they are similar but not the same as we had here. x

andrea@townandprairie said...

Yup, love those little candies in all those bins! And the smell of the sugar when you walked inn, too!

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Sheri,

Isn't it lovely remembering our childhood memories and mine were sweet too.
Loved seeing all your sweet treats.
Hope that you are having a happy weekend
hugs
Carolyn

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

We still have Moon Pies here in the South! :D
What's your favorite flavor ;P

Creations by Marie Antoinette and Edie Marie said...

I love this post...lOL. We had a place around the corner called the Sugar Shack. This is in New Orleans.
It sold all the candy above and more of course. It also sold paper dolls. and little airplanes, tops jacks. It was wonderful. My fav were the wax lips and the Little Miss Sunbeam paper dolls.
Thank you for the memories.
Happy Fourth,
Marie Antoinette

Barbara said...

This is a double sweet post, I remember the candy necklaces oh... childhood memories indeed!

Love,
B.

tina said...

we have a candy necklace too :)

Beauty Follower said...

I used to buy candy necklaces when I was little.
The cigarretes and the cinnamon suckers was my faves!

kiss
from
Greece

Noelle the dreamer said...

None of those were familiar albeit the candy shoppe near our home had many jars displayed with sweets I could not resist (at least when it was chocolate!).
The Moon Pie however reminds me of something my boss once brought to work for me. Packaged differently perhaps?
Those were good Ol' days I agree!

It's me said...

Yeah we all have...!!! enjoy summer...x !

Susie Swanson said...

Awe, thank you for the memories. I remember all of them. It's so hard to find them anymore. I remember saving my pennies and going to the neighborhood store. I thought I was something. Can't buy anything for a penny anymore. I always loved those moon pies too. We used to buy cola in a glass bottle and you could save the bottles and carry them back to the store and they'd pay a penny a piece for them. You talk about saving bottles we did.. Thanks for the memories.. Hugs, xo

sparklegem said...

How fun! I remember all of these!

janice15 said...

sixlets I used to love them and candy necklaces yep every girl wanted one and those pretty red lips.. boy what good memories thank you for sharing them.. Happy Monday with love Janice

janice15 said...

sixlets I used to love them and candy necklaces yep every girl wanted one and those pretty red lips.. boy what good memories thank you for sharing them.. Happy Monday with love Janice

hi-d said...

I remember a lot of those things as well. Love that photo of the mailbox. Maximus LOVES to get the mail. :)

Thanks for stopping by and for your sweet comments. Love hearing from you, Sheri.

Heidi

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Sheri,

Thanks for coming to visit me today, and glad that you liked my post.
Thought of you when I showed the red roses.
The Louis Armstrong song is beautiful and how sweet that it reminded you of your dear Dad.
Sending warmest hugs and hope you have a lovely week
Carolyn

Ayu Maselli said...

Childhood memories?..oh yes I have them always. maybe quite deference sweets I had ;)

love sharing childhood.
have a nice days
hugs

Nettie's Blog said...

great post...memories are special and sometimes only you can bring them to the surface....

miss b said...

We had those necklaces here in the UK too and I remember going to the sweet shop with my pocket money and choosing fron the penny tray. One of these traditional shops has opened in a nearby town and it's so popular with all the sweets in tall jars.
http://missbbobochic.blogspot.co.uk/

bois-fleurie said...

My daughter was over recently and we went down memory lane,taking it in turns to name something we loved when we were young.She also brought lots of lights and decorations to make my bedroom a sight to be seen.It does make me smile when the lights go on befor I go to sleep.I did feel I had to explain to the nurses who come in every day but they all think it was such a fun idea