1 magazine : col. ; Star Weekly magazine from December 10, 1942. The cover is an illustration of a man standing in front of a green background, tipping his hat. He is wearing a red robe with white fur trim, a shirt with the British flag on it, and a satchel with a miniature military plane and tank inside of it. The header has a white background that says "STAR WEEKLY / TORONTO / DECEMBER 26, 1942" and "10 / CENTS". There is an illustration of a tag to the left of his head that reads "For / Freedom / John Bull." In the bottom right corner of the illustration, in red text, is "A. BRUCE / STAPLETON." At the bottom of the illustration is a yellow footer that says "MERRY CHRISTMAS."
The back cover of the magazine is a full page advertisement for "THE MOST CONVENIENT PLACE TO BUY / WAR SAVINGS STAMPS / ... at your own door... from your / STAR WEEKLY CARRIER." The illustration shows a boy approaching a woman at her front door holding a sheet of stamps. There is a paragraph below the image that says "GET the saving habit. Save part of your income each week. Buy War Savings Stamps ... all you / can. Make it a point to buy them regularly. You will / have a worthwhile savings account to buy things you / will want when the war ends ... things that factories / now making munitions will make later on for your / peacetime needs ... and Canada will have the use of / your savings to help to win victory and peace."