Monday’s ad is for Miller High Life, from 1939. In this ad, it looks like a scene from the beginning of a traditional English fox hunt, shot from fox level. And naturally you’d need a beer before following your highly-trained dogs around on horseback as they do the actual work of hunting the fox. I didn’t know that fox hunting was even a thing in the U.S., but apparently it’s still legal here even today (unlike in England, which banned it in 2005). But I love this in the text. “Wherever there’s action — wherever people are doing things — you’ll find Miller High Life.” So anywhere anyone is moving? So pretty much anywhere outside cemeteries and maybe mortuaries?