To start off, nothing says summer like picnics, and it's not a picnic without some sort of tuna-based meal.
How many years in the world of photography did it take until someone finally realized that taking black and white photos of food only makes them extremely unappetizing. This luscious Tuna Shortcake looks like the creature's nest from "Alien".
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Mrs. Warner proudly shows off a card collection and proves that 'there are still nice people in this troubled world'
and Mrs. Derr (cake baker, candlestick maker) proves that dreams can come true, even if your dream is just to show off your crafts in a cramped cellar room. I've not been to Kay's cellar room, but from these photos, I know it well. Fake brick, dust, and a well worn linoleum floor. I've seen it in many an estate sale; Strewn with forgotten Christmas ornaments for sale by the bag, I find these rooms cozy, yet hopeless.
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Besides clowns, the most unnerving thing about WH magazine are the haunting faces of these women in these photos. They are so of their time, they might as well have lived four hundred years ago and not just forty. Nothing is more disturbing than the photos in the Missing Persons section.
This month's missing person is Jean Rollins. Each one of these inquiries are so filled with pain, that there is nothing funny to say about them. I hope that Ms. Wm Rollins from Bridgeport, West Virginia finally found Jean Michela. Hopefully, in Hawaii and not in Canada.
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and finally, this ad must have been a ray of hope for all these women whose quiet, average-looking husbands were struggling with their factory jobs. A way out, a way for him to use his untapped talents, and more money than he'd ever thought he'd make. "If only I can get him to read the brochure and be a success like Frank". What a scam.
Until next time...