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Monday, 3 March 2014

Time Moving Ahead And Back To The Hoosier

On Sunday yet again I woke up to snow falling.  I have a friend who keeps telling me it's pretty.  What's wrong with her?  We both have to shovel it at work I like her positive thinking but a sore back doesn't make snow pretty to me.
The fiancĂ© and I took the Mustang out of the garage on Saturday and hit one of the second hand stores I found some odds and ends nothing special.  In the parking lot a older women getting out of the car next to ours proceeded to ram her walker into the driver side door of our car three times.  Luckily for us and I don't know how she didn't do any damage.  This is the same store I had my run in with two other older ladies with walkers.



Well next Sunday is daylight savings time so we will be springing ahead by one hour here in British Columbia.  So I thought it was a good time to share my collection of Westclox alarm clocks and ad's I have found.


BACK TO THE HOOSIER


For the next few months on the first Monday of the month I'm going to be doing a Back To The Hoosier post, the following is the one for March.





The shelves are full of Corning Ware in the Blue Cornflower pattern. I believe Corning Ware was designed by Joseph Baum and they began selling it in 1958.  I found the ad's in old magazines.




This paperweight was a gift from this past Christmas.  I have a bigger one a lot like it in the same design and colors already which I inherited from my fiancĂ©'s mother's collection.




I found this Pyrex juice container late in the day at my favorite second hand store hidden almost from sight on the bottom of the shelving.





Once again I have no idea where this picture was taken.


Thank you for taking the time to stop by.

19 comments:

  1. Your Hoosier and cornflower corningware are nostalgic for me. Both my grandmother's had Hoosier's. Wish I knew what happened to them. I married in the 70's so I have around 10 cornflower pieces I use often.

    Thanks for the memories.

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  2. Hello Denise,

    Your Blue Cornflower collection is impressive; I didn't realize how many pieces you've acquired!

    Happy Blue Monday!

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  3. I enjoyed your post so much Denise ~ psst...just between you and me...my name is Denise too ;)
    I also have Corning Ware but mine is the plain white design.
    I loved seeing all of your treasures so thank you for sharing.
    Waving from a sunny Bonnie Scotland ;D


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  4. What a great collection to house in the Hoosier! : )

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  5. LuV the hoosier ! fond memories of my own ;)

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  6. Denise, I love your Hoosier and particularly filled with blue and white. That pattern and the turqoisey one are my favorites!
    happy Blue Monday!

    xo

    Sheila

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  7. Just sold off all my blue cornflower corning ware--discovered aI suddenly didn't need it anymore--kind of sad also kind of nice!

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  8. Love the combo of Hoosier and Corning Ware.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  9. wow what a great corning ware collection

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  10. Gotta love the "little blue flower"! I've never seen that cruet before. Will have to keep my eyes peeled.

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  11. Great collection in the cabinet!

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  12. my mom had that pattern of pyrex and I wish I knew what happened to it!! Love all the little clocks!! Happy VTT

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  13. Wonderful collections! Love your Hoosier filled with cornflower blue! Sounds a dangerous thrift store! I'd be parking in the farthest spot, lol. Fabulous clocks and what a gorgeous paperweight too.

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  14. You have so many neat things. Glad you shared them with us.

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  15. What an awesome and impressive collection, Denise!
    Autumn greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

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  16. What a great collection, I have some of the blue cornflower....It is always good to check the bottom shelves of the thrifts...Great find!!!

    Carol

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  17. The blue cornflower is definitely a favorite. My mom had several of those pieces when I was growing up. Hope you have a nice weekend!

    Sarah

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  18. Just loving that Hoosier, and what a great collection of Blue Cornflower. My mom had a lot of that when I was young, so it's very familiar to me. Love the Pyrex bottle you found. Thank you for sharing this at my History & Home Link Party this week, take care - Dawn @ We Call It Junkin.com

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  19. Love your hoosier!! Such a great piece to display your vintage goodies!
    Mary Alice

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Look forward to your kind comments.
Denise

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