From Jerome S. Meyer (Editor), More Fun for the Family. NY: Greenberg, Publisher, Inc., 1938. The editor says, "How often have you ticked out a long and boresome evening among people in whom you simply weren't interested?... Or maybe you had to listen for hours on end to talk about the swan dive of public utility stocks, the insanity of Central Europe, the unbalanced budget, depression, recession and possession--which only sever to aggravate your acid condition and lower your boring point." Sound familiar?