Friday, January 12, 2007

Pals' Vitamins Club

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15 comments:

Lynnie said...

I remember PALS! Was this from the sixties/early 70s?

I think Flintstones vitamins knocked PALS out of the ring! ;-)

Anonymous said...

I was a member of the pals club and I still have my Pals Puppy watch!

Anonymous said...

I remember Pals. In fact I had a cardboard Pals club house that we sent away for.

Thanks for the memory.

Scott

Anonymous said...

My girlfriend had the clubhouse too. Pals was way cooler than the Flintstones.

Anonymous said...

Yep, had the clubhouse too, prob around 1975-76. I remember the red roof, the front door that opened, and the windows. I think there were window boxes that folded down (and maybe shutters). Remember having a poster or two of Cher pulled out from Dynamite magazine.

Anonymous said...

I had that same clubhouse...YES! Window boxes, window shutters and all.

OMG, don't know what possessed me to think of PALS tonight...do any of y'all have any of these things?

Anybody have a picture?

Jamie said...

I just came back from my folks' place with a small stack of Pals' Club stuff. I joined before the Pals Puppy was introduced so my certificate doesn't have him on it, but I do have the offer for the watch.

I also had the Clubhouse. Now I just want to find the patch.

Thanks so much for posting!

Anonymous said...

The Pals Puppy watch is from the early 70s. Pals vitamins were manufactured by Mead Johnson in Evansville, IN where I worked. I bought my watch in our company store. It still works perfectly after 35+ years...keeps great time and the puppy's eyes move with each tic-toc!

Anonymous said...

I'm from Evansville, and remember having a Puppy Pal watch as a young child. I loved it! I've been unable to find anything like it on e-bay. Not sure why I recall this so many years later, but apparently it made a big impression on me!

Anonymous said...

I was a member of the club,too. I had the puppy watch, and I have been looking for one for years. I also had bath soap shaped like all the animals, except puppy. That was before he was introduced. I am so glad to know that there are puppy watches still out there that are still working. I hope someday I will own one again.

Monica in Illinois said...

while cleaning out my parents house I found a new unopened box of the Pals soaps and a new mug that were mine as a child - even some used soaps my mom had saved in a bag - what great memories.

Anonymous said...

I have my Pals Puppy Watch...am wondering if anyone knows how much it is worth??? It is the cutest thing with his little eyes moving up and down...

Anonymous said...

I loved Pals. They were the best tasting vitamins ever! Wish they were still around.

JR said...

WOW… I still have 3 Pals Puppy Watches. Two are still in the original boxes they were shipped in and never used. One I wore every day as a kid and the red band eventually wore out and broke. I remember when my mother got the first one for me and for some reason 2 more arrived a short time later. She contacted the company back then and they told her to just keep them. I am now 47 and it still amazes me that the one I wore all the time as a kid still runs and keeps perfect time as do the new ones. I have replaced the band with a red leather on in my adult size and I will occasionally wear it to work or out as a flashback conversation piece. I also had the club house and photos of me as a child playing in it with my dog.

Danielniraq@yahoo.com said...

Anything Pals Puppy! Watches etc....I will buy it! What memories!