The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 18, 1965 · Page 41
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 41

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 18, 1965
Page 41
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THE MARVEL OF NATURE- A greedy worm that turns into the most gorgeous creature that flies in the air. Thousands of BEAUTIFUL REAL BUTTERFLIES For you to use to decorate lampshades, wastebaskets, tissue boxes, place mats, folding screens; To put on walls (framed or unframed) in bathroom, children's room etc; To wear in your hair or on hair bands; Use as tie-backs on curtains; To brighten flower arrangements; mobiles; For science sftudy; many, many more. AleWSfMlllWlltYOUCIIIM oiettmgiificeitMiirniit AN AMAZING NEW OFFER different OQ feronly Tike ae enRaary wattekatliet MM tin R lata a tMegaf beanty la Jatt aMaotat. vaM 'll im a pretty accatMnr far aay raaai. Plaet Maai ia a "sMaw-kex" fraaie asalatt a teft vtlvtt clath far a haad- *a«a tmt aai^aa wall riaearatiaa. Caa yaa laiaglao kaw cadMata* laaagtUrs will be wttb a aMMIe auda fraai real katter fllat? A lofaly taal We think you will agree that this is a rare and truly unique offer. We believe it is, and we are happy to tell you how it came about. Nestled in the Pacific Ocean between Japan and Hong­ kong is the island of Taiwan. It is lush and green, with soaring stopes covered with flowers and spotted with small lakes. In the center of this warm and beautiful land is a small town named U-Pu near Sun Moon Lake. And it is here that on a warm day, ttie swarms of butterflies are so heavy that ttiey appear to be like clouds of cotor moving across the sky. H is on days like this that literally the entire village, young and old, turns out first to catch, then carefully mount and place in individual see-through envelopes the thousands of brightly-cotored butterflies (some of which you see here) that we offer you. Some have gient wings three inches long, exotic cotors, deep purple spots and stripes, soft green wings, and names like "tiger swaltow- tall" and "peacock" and "dragonfire" and "sun k>ve". How can we offer them to you? Simply because one of the town eiders saw an advertisement of ours in an American magazine and wrote and asked us to sell their butterflies (whtoh they had been selling to museums ail around the world). The butterflies are perfectly preserved and truly lovely. They are educattonal and fun. They can be used for so many things around the house. ChiMren love them. And they are real. The supply is quite limited, naturally. Order yours today. Etch M its omi sepante see-thrwigli plistic Mivalopa MADISON HOUSE, 122 East 42nd Street. New York 17 Enclosed chock or m.o. for $. Send me: .15 ButterfliM © $1.00 100 Butterflies @ $5.00 ADDRESS STATE. (Add 15« postage and handling) Dept. FW2j

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