…From the March, 1953 issue
The Doclopedia #510
Sort Of Cool Magical Rings: Ring of Snowballs
What good is a ring that can shoot out fist sized snowballs 30 feet, you ask? Well, they are good for putting out fires, distracting fire based monsters, cooling you off in hot climates or just as a source for meltable snow to provide you with water.
What it looks like: Crystal ring etched with snowflake designs.
The Doclopedia #511
Sort Of Cool Magical Rings: Ring of Facial Hair
If you need a quick shave or a quick disguise, this is the ring for you! At your command, it will adjust the length, color and amount of your facial hair. Go from clean shaven to a long grey beard in the blink of an eye. Don’t like grey? Make it black, brown, blond, red…whichever natural colors you do like. This ring will also work on women, although in most cases, their facial hair will be much softer than a man would have.
What it looks like: Woven from assorted colors of human hair, then lacquered until hard.
The Doclopedia #512
Sort Of Cool Magical Rings: Ring of Refreshment
This ring is simple: It can store up to a gallon of any single type of beverage, which will maintain the exact temperature it was at when poured into the ring. True, ale is the most popular beverage poured into the ring, but you can have milk, wine, brandy, fruit juice…even water.
What it looks like: Gold and silver ring with cups and glasses engraved on it and a pitcher on the front.