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Give your son pasteurized milk, urged this Benson & Sorensen Dairy ad from 1940. Daughters may be an afterthought.
Now this is a cheerful, happy Santa!
This 1939 ad would be so much funnier if it were for beer instead of milk…
Kids hallucinate for Benson and Sorensen Dairy milk! I can’t help but tease a bit, but I love Benson & Sorensen Dairy ads. There were a lot of them in the Globe of the 1940s (this one from 1945), and they … Continue reading
Scientific methods was as big a selling point in 1935 as "natural" is in 2010, as you can see from this Benson & Sorensen Dairy ad from June 1935. Next post at 11 a.m.
Babies love milk, declared the Benson and Sorensen Dairy in 1945. In other news, the sky is blue. Next post at 6 p.m.
This couple was entirely too happy about milk in a 1935 Nobles County Times advertisement for Benson Sorensen Dairy. You don’t see that "Take the darn picture already, will ya?!" expression on illustrations very often. Next post at 11 a.m.
Benson and Sorensen Dairy (telephone 143) was one of probably several companies offering milk delivery in 1935, and they wished to be known for their better service, states this 1935 ad.
This 1945 Benson & Sorensen Dairy advertisement featured the image of an older lady saying that when she was a little girl they didn’t know about vitamins and how important they were, with the point that Benson & Sorenson milk was … Continue reading