The final chapter of the Ruby Tuesday Lure tour begins with a Heddon Sonic Minnow. This little lure is about 1-1/2" long with hooks that look too big for the body. It is a plastic lure, probably made in the late fifties. My guess is that this lure was a killer white bass lure in it's day.
The next two lures (I actually have three) are Bomber Water Dogs. The top one is wooden and the bottom one is plastic. The wooden one is probably an early to mid 1940's vintage, while the plastic is obviously a later model. These lures would be relatively deep diving crank baits. A day of chunkin' and windin' these babies would wear you out.
Finally, we have the top water classic known as the Jitterbug. It wobbles erratically when retrieved because of that huge lip on the front. Throw this lure early in the morning or late in the evening in a quiet cove and hang on!