National Geographic : 1944 Jun
Have a Coca-Cola= Howdy, Neighbor ... or greeting friends at home and abroad One of the first places they head for, when they get back, is the neighborhood soda fountain and all its old associations... among them, Coca-Cola. Many places overseas, too, your American fighting man meets up with that old friend... ice-cold Coca-Cola. It's always like word from home to hear the friendly greeting Have a "Coke" in a strange land. Yes, around the globe, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,-has become a symbol of our way of living. * * * In news stories, books and magazines, you read how much our fighting men cherish Coca-Cola whenever they get it. Luckily, they find Coca-Cola available in over 35 allied and neutral countries 'round the globe. It's natural for popular names to acquire friendly abbrevia tions. That's why you hear Coca-Cola called "Coke". COPYRIGHT 1944, THE COCA-COLA COMPANY ----- '