June 1941 Issue
June 1941 Issue
Jazmin Lucio, Bobby Guild
The cover page features an illustration of the issue's first story: Time Wants a Skeleton by Ross Rocklynne. In this scene, Tony is clearly in a rush because at this point in the story, it is beginning to become evident who is the most likely to die…
Promotes Listerine as a remedy for dandruff.
Advertisement for various items and services to include: Patents, Photo developing, Correspondence courses, Detectives, Gold, Music, Magic, and Songwriting
A truthful and brief narration of a near-death experience that showcases the utility of Eveready.
Advertisements for Corona portable typewriters, new custom tailored suites from J.C. Field & Son, U.S. Government job postings provided by the Franklin Institute, and Career Training for jobs as an Accountant at Lasalle Extension University.
An advertisement that promotes "Audel's New Machinists Handybook," which covers modern machine shop practice in a wide variety of branches.
An advertisement for "The Big League Book" that describes its unique baseball-related contents.
H.J. Collins Tailoring Company, Picture Ring Co., Bell-ans Tablets, and Shadow Comics Advertisements
Advertisements for tailored suits by H.J. Collins that will help men in the workforce, Custom rings with inserted photos made by the Picture Ring Co., Bell-ans Tablets for relieving indigestion, and "The Leopard Strikes" in the July Issue of Shadow…
An advertisement focusing on the financial and educational benefits of attending the Coyne Electrical School.
Interestingly, Time Wants a Skeleton is more of a "backwards" mystery. In the beginning of the story, Tony finds a skeleton with a peculiar ring on it. Soon after this chilling discovery, the gang of friends are transported far back into time. After…