Parties are twice as much fun when you play the Harmonica (May, 1935)

Is it just me, or do these kids all look a little demonic?

WHERE ARE YOU… Here in the Spotlight or lost among the Crowd?

Parties are twice as much fun when you play the Harmonica

It’s almost unbelievable how quickly you become popular once you can play the harmonica. Good harmonica players are always in demand for parties, outings, scout meetings and school Harmonica Bands—sure of a good time wherever they go. Thousands of boys and girls who once sat around at parties and watched others take the spotlight have discovered that the ability to play this fascinating instrument is all that is needed to win the admiration of friends—step out of the “wallflower” class—and know the thrill of being a wonderful entertainer.

Learn In No Time
And don’t think there’s anything difficult about learning. It’s easy. So easy, in fact, that boys and girls say it’s FUN. All you need is the new illustrated Instruction Book: “The Art of Playing the Harmonica” that is sent FREE to those mailing the coupon below. With this remarkably simple method of instruction you can become a good Harmonica player in a very short time.

Before you know it, you’ll be playing the old favorites, the movie and radio song hits and many of the classical numbers. Your friends will marvel at the way you can perform— and you’ll begin to know the joys of popularity.

Be Sure Your Harmonica Is A Hohner

But, remember, you can’t learn to play easily and skillfully with “just any” harmonica. You need one that is true to tone, accurate in pitch, perfect in construction—a Hohner. Hohner Harmonicas are real musical instruments. For 75 years they have been the choice of leading professional players for stage and radio work and recognized everywhere as “the world’s best.” Look for the name Hohner on the box and on the instrument. If it’s not there, it’s not a Hohner.

Write Today For FREE Instruction Book

A great opportunity to have a happier, fuller life is now before you. Don’t let it slip by! We want every boy and girl to send for our Instruction Book: “The Art of Playing The Harmonica.” Tells all about playing this fascinating instrument—AND IT’S FREE. Just fill in and mail the coupon below—today.

351 Fourth Ave., New York City

Listen to Carl Freed’s famous Harmonica Band on the Hohner program every Saturday evening over the following stations:
WOR New York at 7:45 P.M. E.S.T.
WXYZ Detroit at 7:45 P.M. E.S.T.
WLW Cincinnati at 7:15 P.M. E.S.T.
WGN Chicago at 6:45 P.M. C.S.T.

  1. jpowell180 says: June 5, 20069:26 am

    …..A young Huey Lewis?

  2. Judy says: July 10, 20086:10 pm

    I was looking through some of my father’s things, I came across Marine Band M. Hohner harmonica.It has dates on the one side…1871 being the earliest. My father was an antique dealer. Just wondering if anyone knew anything about these? Also have one that is called the Bandmaster…It is a big one. thanks

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