WE BLUSH TO STATE (Nov, 1938)

WE BLUSH TO STATE

Our natural modesty would prevent us from making any wildly extravagant claims about FOR MEN, the pocket-size men’s magazine. We wouldn’t think tor a minute, for example, of calling our reading matter excellent and our cartoons superb. Yet in this morning’s mail we received this comment:

“I enjoy FOR MEN very much. The reading material is excellent and the cartoons are superb— neither offensive nor lacking in punch”
— Ronald Carter, Woodside, New York

And this: “Just another note from a more-than-satisfied reader. I’d just as soon spend 30 days in jail as 30 days minus Cuppy, Brown, and Surdez”
—Robert S. Schaerges, Columbus, Indiana

Each month FOR MEN publishes twenty-odd hearty, male articles and two dozen funny color cartoons. The November issue contains such features as “A Tramp for Every Purse” by Stanley Walker, “How I Broke Into Pictures” by Will Cuppy, “Dollars and Dropkicks” by Jack Miley, and many others.

Why not stop at your newsstand, buy a copy of the November issue, and see what all the shouting’s about.

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5 comments
  1. Charlene says: May 2, 201111:00 am

    And really, what could be more appealing than a naked, balding, emasculated cherub?

  2. Toronto says: May 2, 201111:59 am

    I’ll have you know that’s the current Mayor of my fine burg!

  3. John says: May 2, 20113:35 pm

    Toronto: And do you find him attractive?

  4. Hirudinea says: May 2, 20115:10 pm

    Actually that fellow is the average reader of “FOR MEN”.

  5. Charlene says: May 7, 201111:27 pm

    @Hirudinea: Given that he apparently has no eyes, I’m not surprised.

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