A recipe was included in this “Father and son” meal. However, Good Housekeeping must have known its readers may have preferred an easier way out, as two meatball ads popped up just a few pages later.
The advertisers may try to bring your eye to their “geometric touches,” but those zigzag white sandal straps put me in mind of the sour cream flourishes on a Chuy’s Tex-Mex platter.
All this can be yours for just over $10. The shoes? Just over a grand. Which would you prefer?
“Giveaway King” Adolphe Wenland sits at his desk in a Hollywood hotel before a blackboard which lists the clients whose products he arranges to have given away. Clients, who are attracted by the free publicity, pay him to get their merchandise on the big programs. He has given away everything from music boxes to monkeys.