Fireworks Ads (Jun, 1940)
Thought these might be nice for the fourth.
Meet “SUZY” (Jan, 1951)
Wow, anthropomorphizing a buffer…. I’m not sure how I’m supposed to feel… Am I supposed to be attracted to my buffer? Erm, excuse me… Handheld Workshop.
Meet “SUZY” -a POWERFUL good friend to have around the house!
brushes, mixes paint, saws, buffs, sharpens, sands, scrapes, grinds, routs
“SUZY KIT” â€” a complete workshop including a 1/4 h.p. PORTABLE POWERHOUSE and 27 PIECES, all for only $24.95
Let “SUZY” do it!
New NASA Space Telescope (Sep, 1979)
The funny thing about this ad is that “NASA Space Telescope” was the original name of the Hubble Space Telescope and Perkin-Elmer is the contractor that delivered a flawed main mirror, requiring a very expensive and difficult repair mission.
Responsive Technology from Perkin-Elmer
The NASA Space Telescope: Getting ready for the clearest look yet into space
The NASA Space Telescope, scheduled for launch by the Space Shuttle in the 1980s, will orbit the earth at an altitude of 310 miles. Unlike ground-based telescopes which are restricted to a narrow spectral window and subject to distortions by the earth’s atmosphere, the Space Telescope will provide astronomers with the clearest view yet of the universe.
CRYSTALS are not all the same! (Jun, 1967)
Given the appearance of that guy in the ad, I’d say he was much more interested in a different kind of crystal.
Also, given the name “TEXAS CRYSTALS”, it seems rather odd that they have addresses in Florida and California, but none in Texas…
CRYSTALS are not all the same!
INSIST ON TEXAS CRYSTALS BY NAME!
If your dealer is temporarily out of stock or does not carry Texas Crystals, send us his name along with your request for catalog to our plant nearest you.