How about "Lutheran Barbie?"
Lutheran Lucy has a couple of posts here and here about Barbie.
Which reminded me of the great GI Joe. He was every 1960s boy's hero. A military man at heart, he even bore a scar on his right cheek. And I'm sure he could kick the crap out of Barbie's Ken. In the late 1960s, they made him an astronaut. I remember I had the version below, complete with command module that seated only one. He also had a cool shiny aluminum foil spacesuit and a plastic helmet. In the early 1970s they jazzed him up a little and gave him a carpet of hair and a beard for special operations forces. Whether they ever made a Lutheran version, I don't know.
And in the early 1970s there was also Big Jim.
Big Jim was the athletic GI Joe. He didn't get involved in too many military escapades. He was an athlete. A fisherman, hunter, baseball player, football player, and basketball player. And a black belt in karate. He could realistically flex his biceps when you bent his elbows. And if you pushed a button on his back, his right arm would come down in a karate chop motion. He even came with a board to break.
It's strange, but the Barbie Camper (below right) looks a lot like the Big Jim Sports Camper (below left). GI Joe probably co-opted it from Barbie on some special-ops mission and repainted it. Then gave it to his buddy Jim. That Barbie was such a Commie.
The only thing missing from the pictures of these old toys is that funky vinyl/plastic smell. I love that smell to this day. Only a new car smell is as distinct as this.
I think the world ought to smell more like these things.