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Did you know the Cubs honored a Salvation Army officer during the ’32 World Series?
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The Chicago Cubs didn’t end their 2014 season on top but in 1932 they played against the New York Yankees in the fall classic. During that fourth game one of the Cubs’ most ardent fans ended her own season.
Her name was Eliza Shirley.

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This sweater-clad comedian sings hooray for The Salvation Army Band – he’s in today’s vintage kettle TV ad!

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Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids

Still wondering who it could be? Let me give you another hint.

>> He created the educational TV series featuring “Fat Albert” and his friends (pictured at left).

He’s just one of many celebrities who appeared in brief in public service ads to encourage the public to donate generously to The Salvation Army Red Kettle between the 1950s and 1980s.

Click on the white arrow below and have a look.

:: Click here to view the vintage TV spot featuring Oscar winner and crooner, Burl Ives.

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