Color offset lithograph on white paper. Magazine clipping featuring an advertisement. A page of the Saturday Evening Post. (A continuance of 10645-2256??) There are five illustrations, and five sections of text. The first illustration, on the upper proper right corner, is an illustration of four children playing in a backyard at night. On the upper proper left corner is an illustration of an enclosed patio. A grey haired man is sitting and reading the newspaper, and there is a man walking in the door with a fishing rod and a few fish. Under this illustration is a section of text starting with 'Lakeside retreat... with no spring chores.' On the proper right side, under the illustration of the backyard, is an illustration showing a boy standing in a small boat looking up at an older man on the dock, holding an outboard motor. Under this is a section of text starting with 'Up in a hurry and up for keeps.' Next to this, on the proper left is an illustration of 5 young people on a patio at the beach, two of them are carrying surfboards. Under this is a section of text 'Holiday house for sun lovers.' Along the bottom is an illustration of someone's's backyard with pool. There are people swimming, grilling, and sitting around the pool. Under this is a section of text in two columns: 'Aluminum carport makes a pool cabana.'