This undated get-well card is full of puns and word play. Any card that uses "mis-steak" and "lettuce hope" is OK with me! I don't really know who to give credit to, though. The only pieces of identifying information on the back of the card are J.P., O-1724 and Made in U.S.A.
Obviously, "J.P." was the company, but that's not a lot to go on.
Here's the inside of the card, featuring an amazing parade of anthropomorphic food.1
The cursive text states:
"Sunday School Class
Interestingly, neither "Joe Siltzer" nor "Joseph Siltzer" is a very common name in online searches. But that's still not quite enough of a lead for me to go on in determining this card's provenance.
1. Other Papergreat posts featuring anthropomorphism:
- 1960s Russian С Новым годом postcard ("Happy New Year!")
- Slightly creepy vintage Valentine's Day postcard
- Potentially unnecessary bonus image of a blender with a face
- Peachy little corned beef loaves and healthful cheese dishes
- Everything's better with anthropomorphism (1949's Plant Maintenance Manual)