Make it yourself
A typical story of the day - English women who married Canadian servicemen. The farmer's wife on the right was an office worker before she married it says. Talk about change! But nice that they show her in her no-nonsense practical outfit with pants. I wonder where they got these stories from...
First two that need no introduction!
we've seen before. Also always popular - ads for all kinds of products to soothe your nerves or to help you to more energy. And - there's an Enka ad - this is a washing powder that is still available! Here's it's called a bleaching and anti-stain product, to "add to your soap water". Nowadays it's marketed just as an anti-stain product.
I talked about the Ovaltine-like product Forsanose last time. Now in this issue, there were two more products much like this being advertised! There's Nagomaltor which claims it's vitamin content is under control by the Basel University, whilst Isomalt claims to be the right thing for the "indefatigable housewife".
Yes, you might have already spied it above... Redux pills are back in this issue. Talking about how easy they're to use - just swallow one or two before going to bed and it works it's "magic". Duh...