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Woman's home companion
Vol. LXIV, No. 6 (1937)

Brown, Della B.
Leisure: bane or blessing,   pp. 37-39 PDF (2.1 MB)


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and low priced, too
MAKES COLLEGE GIRL POPULAR-
'The bunch' is fond of congregating in my
room, for the good hot coffee I often serve them.
I use Dated Coffee in the bag-and my, but it's
fresh and delicious! And costs so little, it doesn't
do dire things to my allowance."
DorothY Williams, Riverside. Calif.
I
MANICURIST MAR-
VELS AT PRICE-"I
marvel at the money-saving
price of Dated Coffee in the
A^    ft        bag. How can they sell
such fine-quality coffee for
so little? I'm delighted with
its fresh, delicious flavor-
and with the fact that I can
afford it on what I make."
Claire Hanbridge,
Boston, Mass.
HELPS REPORTER "PACK
PUNCH"-"A reporter has to pack
a lot of punch into his words. And I
must say Dated Coffee, with its brac-
ing fresh flavor, has been a big help
to me. Chase & Sanborn did a great
thing for folks when they put this
fine coffee in the bag and cut the price."
Antony Canova, Lancaster, Minn.
F  USSY HOUSEWIVES are en-
thusiastic about Chase & San-
born Dated Coffee in the bag.
They say it's richer, fuller flavored.
That's because we make it from the
world's choice coffees. Yet it's low
priced. We can put it in an inexpen-
sive bag because it's guaranteed fresh
by our Dating Plan. Every bag is
rushed fresh from the roasting ovens
to your grocer, clearly marked with
the date of delivery to him. This is
your protection against stale, rancid
taste.
Try this fresher, mellower coffee!
Buy an economical bag of delicious-
tasting Chase & Sanborn Dated Cof-
fee at your grocer's tomorrow!
/
"HEARTENING-is just the word
for the delicious, fresh flavor of Chase
Sanborn Dated Coffee in the bag. I
stop for a cup of it in the middle of my
morning's work-and feel so refreshedl
And it costs so little in the bag."
Mrs. E. B. Wilson, Hackensack, N. J.
Woman's Home Companion June 1937
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