National Home Monthly Magazine, November (Nov.) 1945 - Why the V-Weapons Failed / Golfer Byron Nelson / Ocean Falls, B.C.


72 pages. Features: Quink ink ad inside front cover; Seagram ad shows man of the future listening to self-reading book (like a computer disk of the future); Repair work on a shattered world; photo of camp of Manitoba Indian muskrat trapper Lewis Head; Nice colour ads for Maxwell House coffee and Waterman's Taperite pens; Sombre one-page two-colour ad by the National War Finance Committee shows the burial at sea of an 18-year-old ordinary seaman, on board H.M.C.S. Assiniboine, killed by U-boat fire; Why Germany's V-Weapons Failed - fascinating photo-illustrated article; "Per Andrea" (short story); Wilderness Suburb - photo-illustrated article on Ocean Falls, B.C.; The High Side (short story); Golf Swings to the Left - photo-illustrated article on Byron Nelson, with photo of him putting out on the 18th green at Thornhill, Ontario where he won the Canadian Open (also included is a photo of B.C. golfer Stan Leonard); Tiny Fingers (short story); So the Captain Stopped Smiling (short story); Man of the Month - Jackson Dodds, C.B.E.; Vintage one-page C-I-L ad illustrates the range of their products; Half-page Champion Spark Plug ad promotes Victory Bonds with illustration of Pan American Flying Clipper; Fascinating one-page two-colour ad entitled "Miracles of Make-Do" by Canada's Wartime Prices and Trade Board encourages Canadian women to conserve textiles (#2 in a series of ads); Jergens Lotion ad features photo of Elyse Knox; Half-page ad for Blachford Shoes of Toronto; Woodbury Soap ad features newlywed photos of Ann Elizabeth Bowman of Montreal and her RCAF husband Hugh Basil Heath; Glo-Coat floor polish ad features Molly McGee; Is it Measles? - health article for juniors; Mexico's Public Enemy - illiteracy; Rolex ad; Advances in Science; Nice one-page colour ad for the 1946 Ford Super Deluxe (red); Fashion illustrations; One-page photo-illustrated Singer sewing machine ad; Colourful Chase & Sanborn ad features Charlie McCarthy comic; Colour Frigidaire fridge ad shows birthday party scene; Colour Shredded Wheat ad shows boy in old-style football helmet; Photo of Jean Parker in Arrid ad; Portrait of Mrs. Randolph Scott in Tangee ad; Nice colour half-page ad for Clark's cream of mushroom soup shows chef; One-page illustrated ad for Helena Rubinstein White Flame perfume; Lovely colour illustration of Ava Gardner in Woodbury Powder ad; World Sayings; Fantastic colour-illustrated Canadian Pacific ad inside back cover celebrates their sixty years of progress; Back cover colour-photo ad for Jordan grape juice features lady at harvest; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A lovely vintage copy.

Title: National Home Monthly Magazine, November (Nov.) 1945 - Why the V-Weapons Failed / Golfer Byron Nelson / Ocean Falls, B.C.

Author Name: Stewart, Dr. H.L.; Sangster, Allan; Pugsley, E.E.; Quick, D.; Wetjen, A.R.; Albert, H.A.; Paterson, J.; Roxborough, H.H.; Coleman, S.; Et al

Categories: British Columbia, Magazine Back Issues, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Winnipeg, Stovel / National Home Monthly: 1945

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201G4762

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