"Uncle Ray: Chapter 4 - Can't tell a book by it's cover (or a chair)
As a 10-year-old boy in the Fisher Housing Projects we didn't have extra money for the movie show and such things. From time to time I would take the cushions off the chair and couch and look for lost change. One day a neighbor put an overstuffed chair out in front for garbage pickup.
Looking at the chair I thought there could possibly be some show money stuffed down deep in the those cushions, so I began my search. I found a quarter, then a dime and another. Before I knew it I had a dollar.
As I removed the fabric from the old chair the lady of the house came outside. When she saw the new chair underneath the old one, she thanked me and took her chair back in the houise. As she dragged the chair up the walk she hollered, 'Keep the change!' I was ecstatic; I had enough show money for a month.
It goes to show you. You always have a choice.
We know you have a choice when buying potato chips.
From our family to yours, thank you for choosing Uncle Ray's."
Trivia: The bag features two pictures of Uncle Ray.