Emmett Carns and Donald Saffell

A photo of Donald Saffell and Emmett Carns with friends. Emmett is boy in back without cap ,Donald is left front. - Little Rascals
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Age: 11
Age: 10
Updated Dec 28, 2018

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A bunch of "neighborhood" boys up to some mischief?
Dec 28, 2018 · Reply
Helen Norvell
Sweet picture
Dec 28, 2018 · Reply
Connie Adams Colquitt
When I was a child we were not allowed to hang around the adults. We went outside. Our job was to play and explore.
In times past adults ate first then children. NOW the children run and scream being the whole center of attention. Adults can’t visit. It’s a mad house.
Dec 28, 2018 · Reply
"Children should be seen and not heard" - the refrain of my childhood! :)
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Becky Kelly
Love these old pictures.
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Anne Talbott
well heck when I was a kid, Mom would tell me what time dinner would be and that's when I had to be back home. My friends and I built a "fortress" in our pasture; Mom built me a really cool tree house; we played in the barn a lot... rode bikes to the creek... and I'm not really that old... LOL
Dec 28, 2018 · Reply
Ron Snow
And oddly enough, most of us survived playing with our friends without adult supervision or organization of our free time.
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Mary Fadale
spanky & the gang!
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Liz Cain
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... and the kid in the open window wasn't worried about letting all the Air Conditioning out... LOL
Dec 28, 2018 · Reply
Beth Gordon
In many of the old photos of my Dad and his brothers, they had those overalls on. Must have been the style of the day.
Dec 28, 2018 · Reply
Michele E. Lupe
I grew up in the late 70's. We got up, ate breakfast and were outside playing until dinner. Most of the time my mother had no idea where I was. Dinner was at 6pm sharp.
Dec 28, 2018 · Reply
Rob Janusch
AND...We lived through it !!!
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Gina Kingsbury
All those hats!
Dec 28, 2018 · Reply
Rocky Baker
Those were the best days,people were not evil as they are now,and playing was really playing not sitting in front of TV or labtop.
Dec 29, 2018 · Reply
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