We're finally getting the 'ol beach ball rolling around here in June 2021, and I apologize for missing Friday Frights last week, I've been busy with a few new projects, --but we'll make up for it with a double horror header this coming Friday! Anyway, I dug out one of my old pharmacy calendars for todays post, and since summer is only a few weeks away I thought we'd focus on these sizzlin' hot suntan / sunburn lotion ads from STL's very own, Brouk's Concord Village Pharmacy calendar, dated 1971. These ads were printed super tiny, so I scanned them in a bit larger, hence why they have that wonderfully odd look to them. Lovely photography and cute illustration mingle perfectly together to create a fantastic glimpse into the early 70's. The calendar was also a bit warped having been rolled up for several decades, with the paper turning as brown as the beautifully bare lady flesh you're about to see below. Some groovy bikinis on display as well, plus I rounded everything out with a few Maybelline eye make-up ads, because aye-eye-aye, why not?