Especially so if the glassware is Heisey's. For have you ever seen more fascinating creations? Exquisite patterns, graceful designs, alluring tints! Goblets, sherbets, plates, and pieces for every purpose -- delightful and brilliant.
Heisey's glassware is readily recognized by its quality, but the trade mark assures you beyond doubt. Be sure to look for it when you shop. And ask your dealer to show you the rich Flamingo and Moon Gleam colors, now so much in vogue."
The inset at the right , titled "An Old Southern Recipe for Quail" pictures "Bacon, a distinguished-looking old darkey, (who) presided over the cuisine of the Peabody Hotel at Memphis."
In the lower right corner, Three Charter
Oak stems are pictured with a luncheon plate and shaker.
From the 1927-1928
Gift-Book, these two gifts were among several dozen that could
be earned for selling subscriptions to Needlecraft Magazine. Shown here are a pearl opalescent
Fry tab-handled reamer and a Pyrex covered casserole. The text reads:
Send all orders to
PAGE 1: Fostoria's Royal and Sunkist Reamers
PAGE 2: Heisey's Charter Oak, Fry Reamers, and Pyrex
PAGE 3: The Fire-King Cook Book
PAGE 4: Shirley Temple Mugs
PAGE 5: The ATLAS Book of Recipes