Vintage Thingies Thursday

For my Vintage Entry this week I decided to show you Vintage ellen b! These Songleading photos are from my highschool days in 1966 and 1967. I graduated from Montebello High School in Montebello, California in 1968.


Top Left photo I’m the second one in. Top Right, I’m on the right standing. Bottom Left 2nd one in. Middle right I’m on the right kneeling and bottom right I’m on the far left.


This is a current thrift store find of this lovely looking lady embroidered on this little tablecloth topper.

For more Vintage Thingies visit Confessions of an Apron Queen.

Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007-2015 hostage demanding a ransom that I can’t afford. So frustrating as I try to clean up my posts and delete their ugly squares of black and grey off my blog posts!

23 thoughts on “Vintage Thingies Thursday

  1. Your vintage photos are priceless!! You are one sweet teen…and you have to love the big hair next to you!! :)) How in the world did they do that….the ratting and hair spray must have been a big help!!
    Your thrift store find is very pretty!

  2. Loved seeing your cheerleading photos. We don’t have the cheerleading tradition here in Australia šŸ˜¦ and loved your linen find, I couldn’t have left it in the shop either.

  3. Cute, cute, cute… and the tabletopper! Happy 40 year reunion!

    I can’t believe the teased hair in the gal in the top left photo. Funny funny.

  4. more crinoline ladies–I love them! And your pictures are wonderful. Big hair, big pom poms and extremely long skirts (compared to today’s cheerleading uniforms!)

  5. hey do u have any more pictures im in the golden key yearbook in asb and we are working on a project because of the 100 years

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