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"Morale Is A Lot Of Little Things" Paper Ad Item #62055

Date:
1943
Category:
Paper (Newspaper/Magazine) Ads
Grade:
Grade 9
Maker:
Description
10½ x 14 inches tall.
"I See by the Papers ..”
CHUCKLING over the funnies ...disagreeing with an editorial ... cheering the good news in a headline ...
Don't think Ed doesn't look forward to settling down with his favorite paper. It's a little privilege, sure —but it means a lot to Ed.
The way so many little things mean a lot to all of us Americans... fixing a bike for the kid next door ... the first puff on a fresh-filled pipe ... an unexpected call from an old friend ...
They give you a lift over the rough spots...help you take the bad news with the good... they build morale!
It happens that there are millions of Americans who attach a special value to their right to enjoy a
refreshing glass of beer . in the company of good friends . . . with wholesome American food . . . as a beverage of moderation after a good day's work.
A glass of beer—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 spirit, keep up the courage. Little things that are part and parcel of our own American way of life.
And, after all, aren't they among the things we fight for?
A refreshing glass of beer or ale — 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.
"I See by the Papers ..”
CHUCKLING over the funnies ...disagreeing with an editorial ... cheering the good news in a headline ...
Don't think Ed doesn't look forward to settling down with his favorite paper. It's a little privilege, sure —but it means a lot to Ed.
The way so many little things mean a lot to all of us Americans... fixing a bike for the kid next door ... the first puff on a fresh-filled pipe ... an unexpected call from an old friend ...
They give you a lift over the rough spots...help you take the bad news with the good... they build morale!
It happens that there are millions of Americans who attach a special value to their right to enjoy a
refreshing glass of beer . in the company of good friends . . . with wholesome American food . . . as a beverage of moderation after a good day's work.
A glass of beer—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 spirit, keep up the courage. Little things that are part and parcel of our own American way of life.
And, after all, aren't they among the things we fight for?
A refreshing glass of beer or ale — a moment of relaxation . . . in trying times like these they too help to keep morale up.