Thursday’s ad is for a German beer calendar, from 1953. From the late 1800s until the 1960s, poster art really came into its own, and in Europe a lot of really cool posters, many of them for breweries, were produced. In addition to posters and other promotional materials, the German Brewers Association also produced calendars promoting their beer beginning in 1951. These are the monthly pages from the 1953 calendar, and each of the illustrations is by Austrian artist Rudolf Hermann. He was apparently a somewhat controversial figure, primarily because one of his best-known works was a poster for the Degenerate Art Exhibition that the Nazi’s put on to vilify modern art and artists, but he was also persecuted by the Nazis, too, so it’s unclear what his involvement might have been. This page is for December 1953, and at the top, it reads.
Jedem sein Pläsierchen,
mir mein Bierchen!
That translates roughly, very roughly I suspect, as “Everyone’s plush, me my beer!” This is definitely one of the odder captions, and I’m sure there must be some idiom that Google Translate is not picking up on. At the bottom of the calendar is printed “Das Richtige für richtigen Durst!” or “Bier, The right thing for real thirst!”