New Era, Feb. 1972, 25
Decals to fit your life-style are on the reverse side of this page. Cut on the dotted lines and attach with double-stick cellophane tape, rubber cement, or masking tape according to instructions beneath each decal. Make your own bookmark by gluing the design to a strip of felt, leather, or artboard with white glue.
Stick this on your bedroom door: Stamp Out Air Pollution—pick up your dirty socks.
Stick this on your alarm clock:
Stick this over your mouth: BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERS—YELL SOFTLY AT YOUR BROTHER.
Stick this on your school book: Go ahead and READ—This is not the sealed portion
Stick this on your closet door: Deseret Industries Hope Chest
Stick this on your bedroom door: I’M OUT WITH A TALL, HANDSOME, RICH, SPIRITUAL BOY. … BUT IF YOU REALLY WANT TO TALK WITH ME, KNOCK THREE TIMES.
Stick this on the telephone: After 10 minutes of continuous use, this phone will self destruct.
Stick this on the mirror: To thine ownself be true.
Stick this on the family grouch: [smiling lips]
Use this as a bookmark for the scriptures: A chapter a day and you’re on your way.
Stick this on the dashboard: DRIVE CAREFULLY—your guardian angel may get out and walk
Stick this on the refrigerator: [fat lady with lots of food]
Stick this on your locker: I don’t know why I stay in school—I could quit right now and test jump ropes in a toy factory!
Art by Cheryl Christensen, Peggy Hawkins, Dick Brown, Ralph Reynolds