Summer is rapidly approaching the half-way mark. Enjoy the 1968 Summer edition of American Home. Maybe it will give you some ideas for the remainder of Summer.
How did 31-year-old Mrs. Garey pass as a 19-year-old? She didn't. They were just too polite to say anything.
Again, no comment.
I swear, I'm not making these up.
Twice as bad as the 7-year-itch? Who knew instant potatoes were the cure.
Nice of GE to throw in a free vertigo-inducing fashion tote bag.
I know it's a little weird, but I like to look people up I find in old magazines. Sadly, Larry Green passed away in 2012 from Parkinson's. His wife (whose name is actually G.G., not Gigi) has her own interior design company in California.
Beef Broth on the Rocks? NO, CAMPBELL'S! NOOOOO!!!!
Looks like the Benadryl worked, honey.
Jimmy, you sit on that hearth and think about what you did.
"Problem" perspiration? Are there other categories of perspiration?
My grandmother used to keep a bottle of Sucaryl in her pantry. I would sneak in there and drink it straight.
The American Dairy Association would like to have a word with you.
Pop-tarts and ice cream? I like the way you think, Kellogg's.
As opposed to humble pie?
Wait a minute. The bag turns into an apron?! Where do I get one?!
Swift. As in swift heart attack.
This guy doesn't so much scare me as creep me out.
At first I thought they were playing against a bunch of nurses. I wonder who won...
Not so much swimming as floating helplessly.
This reminds me of the Lego houses I used to build.
I'll leave you with this last image of cartoon bugs dying in agony. But hey, enjoy the rest of your summer!