MAKING TRUE-TO-LIFE MASKS (Sep, 1949)

That looks kind of scary. I wonder how many “friends, relatives and acquaintances” got pressured into buying one of these masks.

Extra Money – Loads of Fun!

MAKING TRUE-TO-LIFE MASKS

As a hobby or business you’ll enjoy this fascinating art Friends—relatives—acqaintances—they’re all potential customers Inexpensive to make, no special skill required Cash in now in fun or money Be first in your community Send $1.00 for complete instructions and sketches on how to make true-in-decail LIFE MASKS Offer expires soon so order now

KEARNEY A CLARK Box 1308 Akron 9, Ohio

4 comments
  1. Stannous says: May 29, 20073:59 pm

    Stan Flouride is my art name but my real name is Kevin Kearney and my mother’s maiden name was Clark!

    I never knew they spent time in Akron…

  2. Charlie says: May 29, 20074:08 pm

    Did your mother ever force you to make a “true-to-life” mask of yourself?

  3. Stannous says: May 31, 200712:26 am

    Well no, but that might explain my drunk dad’s repeated attempts to push my face into a bowl of plaster…

    Or I could have deserved it, I was a REAL brat.

  4. Blurgle says: June 3, 20076:04 am

    A week later, I’m still trying to figure out how they made a plaster mask of the HAIR without getting the subject’s hair entangled in the plaster.

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