Terry and Sue

My parents were friends with a married couple named Terry and Sue, and as kids, my sister and I always enjoyed their visits. They had 3 kids of their own, and together we’d play Dress-Up , Barbies, or Houseย late into the evening…or until the post-dinner adult conversation came to a close.

Below are two treasures of die cut product tags from the 1950’s. The Terry cloth sticker (loving the blue font!) was still attached to a dish towel I had bought at Value Village and the Lazy Susan tag (how delicate!) was still attached to a set that had belonged to my grandmother. (click on image for a detailed view)

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