Other than the date, August 1951, and 5 cents, there is nothing on this cover but an adorable baby. Would someone snatch this up at the grocery or drug store counter without knowing the other teaser titles contained in the magazine?
There are products that I remember and products that I have never heard of. Like Swiftn'ning shortening. I don't remember this shortening brand.
Here's "Derby" Peter Pan. Can't say that I remember the Derby part.
Of course I've heard of Lane Bryant, but would I want to send for their catalog when it's advertised for "stout" gals?
Whose mother or grandmother didn't have one of these in the 1950's and 60's? I still like them.
I think Duz used to give away dishes with their soap.
A portrait of Claudette Colbert is at the top of this Avon ad.
Pink and green towels from Cannon and some decorating tips.
That small GE refrigerator holds all that food?
If you wanted the cleanest wash in town, use Tide. In the P.S. at the bottom, it says you can skip rinsing with Tide. Just wash, wring out and hang up. (I always thought Tide was pretty sudsy.)
I have seen Caloric ice cube trays at thrift shops but can't say that I remember Caloric appliances.
Who remembers Lazy Bones children's shoes? I think I wore Poll Parrot.
Rita Hayworth for Lux.
Who liked Beech-Nut gum?
Plaid lovers have you seen the GE Clansman clock?
I have never used this type of starch only spray starch.
And here's the last one for Climalene. Never heard of this no scour product for burnt pots and pans.
The good old days through magazine ads!
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