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"Morale Is A Lot Of Little Things" Paper Ad Item #62054

Date:
1943
Category:
Paper (Newspaper/Magazine) Ads
Grade:
Grade 9
Maker:
Description
10½ x 14 inches tall.
MAYBE IT'S THE HOT AND COLD TOWELS . . . Or the tingling stuff he puts on your face.
Or maybe just the improvement you see when you look at yourself in the mirror. Anyhow, many a man has got his smile back in the barber's chair... the way an open fire lifts the spirits ... or a new dress perks up a woman.
Funny, isn't it—how much little things count? Especially nowadays. Little everyday enjoyments ... familiar things around you ...simple pleasures ...
They help to turn the dark clouds inside out—they boost the old morale.
It happens that millions of Americans attach a special value to their right to enjoy a refreshing glass of beer ... in the company of good friends .. . with whole¬some American food ... as a beverage of moderation after a good day's work.
A small thing, surely—not of crucial importance to any of us. And yet—morale is a lot of little things like this. Little things that help to lift the spirits, keep up the courage.
And, after all, aren't they among the things we fight for?
A cool, refreshing glass of beer—a moment of relaxation . . in trying times like these they too help to keep morale up
Price:
$7.99 

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10½ x 14 inches tall.
MAYBE IT'S THE HOT AND COLD TOWELS . . . Or the tingling stuff he puts on your face.
Or maybe just the improvement you see when you look at yourself in the mirror. Anyhow, many a man has got his smile back in the barber's chair... the way an open fire lifts the spirits ... or a new dress perks up a woman.
Funny, isn't it—how much little things count? Especially nowadays. Little everyday enjoyments ... familiar things around you ...simple pleasures ...
They help to turn the dark clouds inside out—they boost the old morale.
It happens that millions of Americans attach a special value to their right to enjoy a refreshing glass of beer ... in the company of good friends .. . with whole¬some American food ... as a beverage of moderation after a good day's work.
A small thing, surely—not of crucial importance to any of us. And yet—morale is a lot of little things like this. Little things that help to lift the spirits, keep up the courage.
And, after all, aren't they among the things we fight for?
A cool, refreshing glass of beer—a moment of relaxation . . in trying times like these they too help to keep morale up