Thursday, May 03, 2012

More Vintage Advertisements

I have seen so many vintage ads that I thought I would share a few more here.  This first one has to be the silliest ad I have ever seen.  LOL!

This next ad...I thought it was a beautiful ad.  I hadn't heard about either of these products until I saw these ads.  

Interesting ad.

This next product is one that I remember well...Hires Root Beer.  What I didn't know back then was that it had real ginger in that is why it had that punch to it.  It was a good drink.  I don't know whatever happened to it, though, I haven't seen it for decades.

This last looks as if Coca Cola wasn't the only soft drink claiming to relieve headache and exhaustion.  I am not familiar with Cheyenne, though.

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  1. That first ad is really dumb!!! It looks just a bit like Taylor and Burton! Of course it can't be, they hadn't met back then and also never needed to do commercials. The only product I remember here is the Hires.

  2. I love these old ads. They are so fun to look at these many years later.

  3. I do remember Tipalets...and they still sell the same cigar under different names today. It is a stupid ad. I mean who would want smoke blown in her face? The only other ad I remember is the Hires Root Beer one. I wonder what did happen to that brand. It was good root beer. I was not aware of the ginger so once again I've learned something on your blog!

    Love that Koi picture, too!

  4. Times certainly have changed!


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