National Geographic : 1931 Aug
Mu Says who? -Says me! S * It began like this: Mrs. Smith's fussy old aunt decided to visit her. Such an event usually threw Mrs. Smith into a panic. Auntie was the kind who always looked for dust on the piano-sighed over the worn spots on the floor-shuddered at the smudges on the wood-work. * But today Mrs. Smith was light-hearted. Her aunt could snoop if she pleased. The polished floors would be dustless-the furniture free from scratches or finger-marks. Every inch of the house would be clean-and all because of Johnson's SWax Polish. * Mrs. Smith smiled happily as she reached for the bottle. * But just at that moment Mr. Smith got a bright idea. He would wax his car! The old bus looked shabby. It needed a wax polish-a polish that would shed dust and protect the surface. He'd do the job before Auntie arrived - make her think it was a new car. SThe picture shows what happened next. \ Of course, Mrs. Smith won. But don't think her husband gave up his plan. He telephoned the nearest store-"Send me a bottle of Johnson's Wax Polish right away. Mark it RUSH!" S. C. JOHNSON & SON * Racine, Wis. JOHNSON'S WAX* for homes and automobile * in paste and liquid form PRESS OF JUDD & DETWEILER, INC. WASHINGTON. D. C.