Includes 25 signs

Title from The Fifties Web


 
 

. .                         Sign from QuiltBus
 25 prizes
 Every week
 Thruout the football season
 You'll find you'd rather
 Use no lather
 B'golly there's a reason
Burma-Shave
 Bridge prize
 For men
 Just half a buck
 Try it, hostess
 Change your luck
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Everything
 In it
 Is fine
 For the
 Skin
 Burma-Shave
 He played
 A sax
 Had no B.O.
 But his whiskers scratched
 So she let him go
 Burma-Shave
Hit 'em high 
 Hit 'em low
 Follow your team
 Over WCCO
 And win a prize
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Hit 'em high
 Hit 'em low
 It's action rooters crave
 Millions boast -- millions toast
 The All-American shave
 Burma-Shave
 Free offer! Free offer!
 Rip a fender
 Off your car
 Mail it in for
 A half-pound jar
 Burma-Shave
 If your hubby 
 Trumps your ace
 Here's something
 That will
 Save his face
Burma-Shave 
. .
 It's not toasted
 It's not dated
 But look out --
 It's imitated
 Insist on
 Burma-Shave
 Late risers!
 Shave in just
 2 minutes flat
 Kiss your wife
 Grab your hat
 Burma-Shave
 Little shavers
 Don't overlook
 Illustrated
 Jingle book
 In every package
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Moonlight
 And roses
 Whiskers
 Like Moses
 Just don't go together
 Burma-Shave
 Mug and brush
 Old Adam
 Had 'em
 Is your husband
 Like Adam, Madam?
 Burma-Shave
 Prize contest details
 May be obtained
 At football broadcast
 Every Saturday
 Over WCCO
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Ruddy cheeks
 And face
 Of tan
 Neatly shaven
 What a man!
 Burma-Shave
 Shaving brush
 Don't you cry
 You'll be a
 Shoe dauber
By and by 
 Burma-Shave
Shaving brush 
 Was like
 Old rover
 When he died
 He died all over
 Burma-Shave
. .
 The answer to
 A maiden's
 Prayer
 Is not a chin
 Of stubby hair
 Burma-Shave
 The millionth man
 Has joined
 Our ranks
 Of happy shavers
 Many thanks!
 Burma-Shave
 There's football in the air
 And prizes for all to share
 Accept our invitation
 WCCO's the station
 (Many prizes
Get your share)
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Thrifty shavers 
 Now are found
 Buying shaves
 By the pound
 One lb. jar 85 cents
 Burma-Shave
 To shaving brush
 I need
 Not cling
 I will not hush
 Of thee I sing
 Burma-Shave
 Travelers!
 All
 You need is
 A razor
 And
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Wise old Sandy
 Shopped around
 This is what
 Old Sandy found
50 cents buys half a pound 
Burma-Shave 
 Within this vale
 Of toil
 And sin
 Your head grows bald
 But not your chin -- use
 Burma-Shave
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