Calling this "news" is highly generous.
magazine for September 13, 1962.
Compare to Follies #227.
Upskirt photography: one of advertising's less-utilized tools.
Original ad here.
Caution: many, many swears.
The Ventriloquist Journal
explains that this ad used to run in the back of comic books. What you got, if you sent away for it, was "a capsule-sized metal whistle thing you were supposed to put in your mouth... it was useless for anything except making whistle sounds."
The cliche is: Swedes know everything about coffee--and sex. So that household should be a happy one, with busybody Mrs. Olson
supervising the kitchen and, offstage, the bedroom.
The pagan worship of giant beer bottles. Ad from 1907. [via the Rainier beer collection at flickriver.com
An advertisement in The Wheel and Cycling Trade Review
, August 1893. This seems to be similar to the pepper spray that mailmen carry nowadays, but with a more colorful name. [via What the Apothecary Ordered
Mars needs petroleum byproducts!
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Yes, our product is number one among insane vegan fashionistas!
From Woman's Day
for April 1962.