In these vintage ads, a woman may be emitting a foul odor from any body part—her armpits, her mouth, her hair, her hands, her lady parts—but she never knows it until her husband is walking out the door, suitcase in hand. And what about her skin? According to such ads, she might drive that man away with her so-called coarse pores, old mouth, tan lines, zits, wrinkles, middle-age skin, hairy legs or lip, visible veins, or horror of all horrors, dishpan hands.
Clearly at the time, the general level and formality of clothing style was considerably higher, especially in the U. S, and a properly dressed man would rarely leave the house without a hat on his head. Portis Hats Ad with yellow glovesscarf and boutonniere.
A half hat also sometimes half-hat is a millinery design in which the hat covers part of the head. It may be similar to a halo hat in the way that it frames the face and can be worn straight or at an angle. The half hat became popular in the post-war period, especially in the s.
Filling this space for a couple of weeks while its devoted correspondent travels points elsewhere sounded like a little bit of all right, except my shopping karma hasn't been exactly a marvelous party lately, especially during the holidays. I was concerned that a certain collective crankiness would embitter any retail romp. My best-worst shopping experience involved replacing a cellphone lost during a matinee of the exceedingly long "King Kong. Three hours plus.
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When you enter the small lobby of the Country Kitchen on Interstate 71 in Lebanon, Ohio, the first thing you're likely to notice is a set of side-by-side bulletin boards nearly covered with business cards, flyers and brochures. In the age of online advertising, it looks like more than a few people still choose this old-school method of promoting the items and services they have to offer. Bulletin Board Diaries is WYSO's new, occasional series that introduces us to some of the Ohioans who still use this advertising method to get their messages out.
The book dates tosuch a find! Shown above is an Advertisement for a Hat and Shoes Shop. I love the Quirky Frame with all the cute Hats on it!