| Mr. Tyler wears a top hat
Why does Mr. Tyler wear a top hat ? He doesn't have to. Fact
is, he'd feel more comfortable in a cap.
But a top hat does something to Mr. Tyler. It gives him poise
. . . a sense of appearing at his best. It enables him to swagger
. . . makes him feel a little bit superior . . . raises him
above the rest of the crowd.
And Vanity Fair is like that hat. It does something to you.
It bucks you up . . . gives you that warm little feeling of
~ier~etre . . . makes you feel intellectually taller.
For Vanity Fair tells you the exciting things you have to
know. Latest news of the theatre, talking cinema, the world
of art and letters. What's happening in sports, fashions and
aviation. Humor . . . satire . . . caricatures. Inspiration
for a thousand hours of dinner table conversation.
Of course you'll want it regularly. If you'll mail the coupon
in the corner with your check for five dollars, it will save
you a small fortune in money, and a monthly trip to the news
stand . . . and keep your head above the crowd . . . for two
full years. You couldn't ask snore than that of five dollars
2 years of Vanity Fair for $5
Regular rate $4 yearly . . that second year for $1 VANITY
FAIR keeps you arm-in-arm with things worth knowing