Bring New Freedom & Comfort to the Invalid in Your Family

Grandma Looks Excited to get in her new wheelchair

The look on bed-ridden great-grandma’s face is priceless. Calling her an invalid feels a little harsh.

For those of you who can’t read .07px font, we typed it out for your comic pleasure below.

A GIFT TO BRING NEW FREEDOM AND COMFORT TO THE INVALID

Watch the look of pleasure when the invalid in your family sees this streamlined wheelchair. It means liberation from the narrow range of the sickroom! With this completely folding chair, your invalid can go, when and where he likes.

Ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. The frame, chair arms, hand rims and push handles are made of tubular steel. It’s heavily chrome plated to resist rust. The seat and back are cushioned in soft luxurious brown corduroy fabric for long wear. Push handles have rubber hand grips.

The rest of it goes on and on describing a wheelchair. I could type the rest of it but you wouldn’t laugh and then you be mad at me for wasting another 45 seconds of your life. No, instead you could be watching a banned episode of Popeye.

The look on bed-ridden great-grandma's face is priceless. Calling her an invalid feels a little harsh.

Advertisement

About Paul Phipps

Paul loves history. He literally read the entire 1987 World Book Encyclopedia when he was 23 years old. His expertise ranges across the entire spectrum of pop culture. He specializes in vintage clothing, sports collectibles, vinyl records and tin toys.

One thought on “Bring New Freedom & Comfort to the Invalid in Your Family

What do you remember?

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Last modified: Mar 29, 2013 | Written by Paul Phipps