Automobilia frozen in time courtesy of your high school yearbook
"Best of Luck '67 Grads" - but the cars are '68 models, that didn't launch until the fall of '67. Hmmmmm...
I noticed the same thing ; the number of typos ,incorrect grammar and other mistakes in these ads is either hilarious or appalling, depending upon your point of view. And just to think, the test scores of high school students has dropped SIGNIFICANTLY since these ads were posted...Love em tho!
My oldest daughter worked on the yearbook staff at her high school for the last two years, but sadly, can't next year, because it would conflict with one of her AP classes. All the yearbook stuff they do now (Josten's) is Web-based, with very powerful composition, layout, and grammar checking capabilities. Light years ahead of what was around when I was in high school in the mid to late '70s.I've let her look through my annuals, and she was amazed at how crude they are compared to the stuff produced today.