This is a handy little cocktail recipe slide chart produced by -- you guessed it -- the folks at Slide-Chart Corp. and Petrograf Corp. The date on here is 1953. This is 2.625 by 6.5 inches and is in usable shape in spite of the one torn corner. It advertises General Electric water coolers, oddly enough.
I haven't heard of most of these concoctions: Addison, Five Star Final, Snag Tooth Nell, and others. I was disappointed to discover that Snag Tooth Nell has gin and two types of vermouth along with lime juice. Meh. A LOT of these involve gin and vermouth, which seems a bit unimaginative, but good if you're on a budget and don't want to buy rum and brandy and benedictine and scotch and "curacoa". One of my favorite drinks is the Side Car. But the recipe for it on this chart calls for an egg white, for cryin' out loud! They should rename that one the Abomination.
Another is the Earthquake. I can't imagine drinking this one. It's equal parts gin, brandy and absinthe. Maybe the vomiting that comes later resembles an earthquake.
The "prunell" listed on one side refers to a fruit-flavored liquor called either Prunella or Prunelle. It's flavor is described as "prune, raisin, and plum" by a cocktail website I found. It's used to make a Beau Brummel. Sounds pretty awful to me.