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who seems assured of a place on the American team, is flashing
a fast game in the trial matches at Pinehurst, N. C.
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THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, D. O.—GRAVURE SECTION—APRIL 27, 1930.
PRIZES . .. for the best letters
In every case, design* and pieces to be selected by winner. | •
FIRST PRIZE A SSOO Selection of Sterling Silver f /
SECOND PRIZE . ... A $250 Selection of Sterling Silver "What I think
THIRD PRIZE A $l5O Selection of Sterling Silver
FOURTH PRIZE . . . . A SIOO Selection of Sterling Silver _ ■ 1
Three SSO selection* of Sterling: three $25 selections of Sterling: W-P
five $lO selections of Sterling. Also 85 prizes in Sterling teaspoon*, g Cl/
* Designs must be selected from those made yjj f f
by members of the Sterling Silversmiths Guild of America. k/Myf |/|/f |/2l •
Ts HAT has established this growing vogue
for Sterling ... for the matched table service of Sterling
. . . for the new decorative uses of Sterling?
BS Are there more smart brides? Or, are established homes
Bp. -■ broadening out ?
Is it because the new generation of young married
women is a "Sterling generation?” Or, have older women
suddenly grown tired of their last-century tables of mis
mated, miscellaneous silverware?
Has matched table Sterling become an emblem of
correctness and good taste? Or, is it that such Sterling
makes a table so obviously more beautiful?
Again, are women learning that a complete matched
■ Sterling service does not really cost as much as they
■ HV estimate? Or, have women stifled their Sterling ambitions
Jji ||y' because piece-by-piece acquisition is too slow? And . . .
111 has the Guild Purchase Plan which sets a table with
matched Sterling for as small an initial outlay as $25,
enabled quicker realization?
WASHINGTON JEWELERS AND THE STERLING
SILVERSMITHS GUILD OF AMERICA WISH TO
KNOW WHAT REPRESENTATIVE WASHINGTON
After you secure your invitation, just write us
jj| ' a letter. The shorter, the better. Never mind about the
literary form. The letters will be judged solely on their
ideas. Just say, straightforwardly, what you think about
this vogue for Sterling , how it came about, what it means.
To encourage you, the Guild offers 100 Sterling prizes.
B 1 Read the rules on this page, which tell you exactly how
HBi to proceed. For complete descriptions and photographs
of all prizes, secure the booklet the What-I-Think-About-the-
Vogue-for-Sterling contest from the Sterling department
1j your jeweler. (Or,
A A A A A A
mm CONTEST ENTRY BY INVITATION ONLY
B Every letter entered in the contest must be ac
companied by an invitation. Invitations are being extended
I to representative Washington women through the silverware
departments of jewelers and department stores of this city.
See or telephone your jeweler.
STERLING SILVERSMITHS GUILD OF AMERICA
An Association of twelve leading Makers of Sterling Silver
CONTESTRULES * sterling silversmiths guild of America j
J Chandler Building, 1427 Eye Street, N. W.,
1.. Write a letter of 300 words or less on 7. . Prize letters will be selected by a Com- J Washington, D. C.
- What I Think About The Vogue For nuttee of prominent Washingtonians. p |eMe 9end me> free> lhe book | etß , checked \
sterling. 0.. In case of ties, each tying contestant J below:
2 ..Use one side of paper only. Put name will be awarded the full amount of "What I Think About the Vogue for Sterling” |
and address on manuscript. prize tied for. .j q I
Building, 1427 Eye Street, N. W., 20. . Contestants agree to permit publica- > ,n ® J
Washington, D. C lion of their letters in Washington J "The Vogue for Matched Sterling” □ I
Stntinn WRO- 4.. Envelope must be postmarked before newspapers. Name
midnight, June 15, 1930. 11.. Employees in silverware departments J J
10:30 to 10: #5 every Wednesday mom- 5 r<> |f/ , Utter mU3t of jewelry and department stores... AdJress
ing, Mrs. Stuurt Northrop s chals on 6e accompanied bpyour invitation. 'ZaT" mines I Jeweler's Name *
Stcrhllff Silverware in the modern home 6•• No communications acknowledged* No and judges in this contest arc not eh- | |
manuscripts returned gihle to enter contest, ■ • A 2 I
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