REAL MEN CAN DOWN 15 SIX-PACKS
FRANKENMUTH BAVARIAN INN
One of the world’s largest steins. Made in Germany. Capacity—90 12 oz. bottles of beer or 8-1/2 gallons. Weight 75 lbs. The inscription on the stein reads as follows: “Whoever can empty this tankard shall be called a real man.”
NEED HEAD GEAR, DOCTOR?
Whether for extension or suspension, Doctor…we’re equipped to take care of your head halter needs…we can supply complete home traction kits.
ASTRONAUT CMDR. SCOTT CARPENTER
Astronaut Scott Carpenter, dressed in space suit, preparatory to America’s second manned orbital flight, May 24, 1962.
THE VOICE OF PROPHECY
The King’s Heralds proclaim the gospel story in song every week on the Voice of Prophecy coast-to-coast broadcast. They are also heard overseas in the Spanish, Portuguese, Swahili, Chinese, and Japanese languages.
Spain and Portugal. Guess the rest of Europe knows better.
HOLY TOLEDO, MEAT MAN!
The New Toledo “10” Slicer is ten ways better for topmost performance wherever food is served. It is a compact, space-saving machine designed to do a big job. Cleaning is extra easy.
Toledo Scale Corporation
Kitchen Machine Division
Rochester, New York
HAPPY HERPETOLOGICAL CHINESE NEW YEAR!
ROSS ALLEN, world-famous herpetologist, milks a large diamondback rattlesnake in the milking pen at the Reptile Institute at Florida’s Silver Springs. Other poisonous snakes can be seen on the floor behind him.
Looks like a Bloody Mary.
MEN’S BEAUTY CONTEST
Sunnybrook Acres Ranch Resort
Lake George, New York
MEN’S BEAUTY CONTEST
Live an exciting vacation or glamorous honeymoon at the resort that has everything…Water Skiing, Horseback Riding, Speed Boat Rides, Dancing nitely in our Cocktail Lounge to a Top Band, Swimming at our Mammoth Pool or lakeside Sandy Beach, Planned Entertainment. Write for Color Brochure.
WHERE YOUR VACATION DREAMS COME TRUE
Surely most of you guys have dreamed of winning a beauty contest on your vacation.
RUBBER CHICKEN CIRCUIT
414 West 44 Street
New York, N.Y.
What is on his head?
Break out your sweaters.
Enters the Sportswear Fashion Field with it’s exciting Fall 1963 Collection. Nationally Advertised Sweaters, Skirts, Slacks, Knit Suits and Cotton Coordinates for children from Crib to College.
This is just a bit too creepy methinks.
Radio, Television & RCA Recording Artist
PAUL RYAN LOOK-ALIKE?
“NEW, LOW COST, FULLY PORTABLE, TRANSISTORIZED INDICATOR”
MODERNIZE your gaging methods easily and inexpensively with “off-the-shelf” MICROtrol 170 Transistorized Gaging Units.
AIRBORNE INSTRUMENTS LABORATORY
Huntington Station, New York
Honey, stop fidgeting! The apple keeps falling off your head!
That’s the winning caption for last week’s Caption Contest. It was submitted by:
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CAPTION CONTEST — Archer Guys
8/1/12 10:08 AM:
Nice captions, everyone! Thanks for playing.
The card is an advertisement for BUCKSKIN SHIRTS made by E. L. Heacock Co. in Gloversville, New York. “Makers of Fine Deerskin Products Since 1791”
The winner is R.J. CHristensen for the caption:
“Honey, stop fidgeting! The apple keeps falling off your head!”
Congratulations, R.J. CHristensen! To claim your postcard prize, email me at email@example.com with your choice of postcard from the list below and your mailing address.
1) MAXIMUM of TWENTY (20) WORDS
2) One entry per person 3) Please enter your caption in the comments of this post 4) Submissions will be accepted until Sunday, July 29, 2012 at 8:00 PM EDT The author of my favorite caption will have their choice of one of these original vintage postcards (all previously published on BAD POSTCARDS):
HAVE FUN and GOOD LUCK!
THE EASY, AUTOMATIC WAY TO FISH
Fish-wheel Fishing at Fort Yukon, Alaska
IT’S AS HANDY AS HAVING THE RIGHT TOOL
A WORKSHOP TELEPHONE is as handy as having the right tool. No more running upstairs to take calls. At your fingertips when you want to call for supplies. And a wall telephone hangs within easy reach, yet doesn’t take up working space. Call the telephone business office today.
Ya know, folks, in the grand scheme of things, this really wasn’t that long ago.
Before you dream more seriously about traveling back to those good ole days, ask yourself:
Are you willing to give up your mobile device?