Some things can’t be shipped in this bag (Oct, 1961)
The man seems to be in a bit of a quandary, which given the scene I can only presume is: “Shit, this bag is too small. How am I going to ship this chick?”. Also, she must have really long legs.
Some things can’t be shipped in this bag — but they are the exception. For this is Balex™—the new, tougher shipping container. It’s made by West Virginia from a recently-developed, extra-heavy Clupak* extensible paper, the paper that “gives” under impact where conventional kraft bursts. With Balex, you can ship umpteen products in packages, or in bulk, more safely. More economically, too… savings up to 50% in some cases! If you ship flour, sugar, coffee, dog food, bake mixes, insulation, salt, beans, grits, lightweight aggregates and such, look into West Virginia’s versatile new Balex.
West Virginia Pulp and Paper
MULTIWALL BAG DIVISION, WEST VIRGINIA PULP AND PAPER COMPANY, 230 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK 17, NEW YORK
*Clupak, Inc.’s trademark for extensible paper manufactured under its authority and satisfying its specifications.