Bottle Head, by Bobby Warner

Frank Heldsted was the nicest of guys, with the misfortune to be born with a head shaped like a glass milk bottle. Through school he was hounded unmercifully, called “freak,” “goofy-headed monster,” and even harsher nicknames, including the obvious one, “Bottle Head.”

But Frank was gentle, friendly and generous, and bore no grudge to his tormentors.

After graduation, Frank met petite young Gladys Milburn, who had a head shaped like a cream pitcher and a personality as sweet as sugar. They married right away, and, through the continual rude leers and jeers of their fellow townsfolk, lived happily ever after.

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