Class of '46 or class of 06, watching a demonstration of a new methods of using penicillin The doctor's school days are never done.
This advertisement places Camel cigarettes in the same category as modern medical advancements by mentioning “a demonstration of a new method of using penicillin.” As this veteran doctor, a graduate of the medical school class of 1906, sits in on the contemporary class of 1946, he is said to be learning new techniques, providing the doctor with a knowledgeable persona. His “opinion” on Camels, mentioned in the copy text below, is thus all the more important, coming from such a learned individual. Note that the M and D, the first letters of the first two words, are accentuated in red, reinforcing the associated cigarette with medical prestige.
Doctor, Family, Female, Irritation, Male, Mild, Throat