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3"-D Prize MOO'.0 IOO Prizes .MO".* ^ EACH 1 (this contest ) IS EASY,AND | IT’S FUN! y Plav a game that’s lots of fun . . . find out more about one of the temptingest, thrifti est main dishes that ever came into your kitchen . . . and maybe win a great big fat ' cash prize! That’s what’s before you when 1 you enter Libby’s "Best Words’* Contest on Corned Beef Hash. SIMPLI RULIS . . . RIAO CARIPULLV 1. HOW TO PLAY THE GAME: Look at the entry blank Notice the red letters down the left-hand side: L-l-B-B-Y-S H-A-S-H. To the right of each letter is a space for a word. The object of the’ game is to write on each of the ten horizontal rows a single word descriptive of Libby’s Corned Beef Hash. Each word must have somewhere in it the letter that appears at the left of that particular row. (Elsewhere on this page you’ll find examples of words and hints for winning ideas.) 2. Cash prizes will be awarded as follows: First Prize. $5,000.00; Second Prize. $500.00; Third Prize. $100.00; and 100 Prizes of $10.00 each. In the event of ties duplicate awards will be made. 3. Send as many entries as you like. With each entry, send 1 label frorp Libby’s Corned Beef Hash and 1 label from any other Libby’s canned meat—or facsimiles thereof Mail your entries to Libby’s Contest Judge, Dept. TW-14. Howard-Clark Building, Chicago, III. 4. Your entry must be original with you. in your own proper name, and over your own signature with com plete address, and the name and address of the dealer from whom you bought the Libby Foods. He can help you win. 3. Entries will be judged not on elabo rateness but on the basis of the aptness, uniqueness and effectiveness of the words submitted. Words must be sub mitted on an Official Entry Blank. 6. Contest closes midnight, July 31, 1940. No entries postmarked after this date will be eligible for an award. 7. This contest is limited to residents of the United States. Employees of Libby, McNeill * Libby, members of their families, « and the advertising agents can- M not compete. 3. The decisions of the judge V will be final. No entries will be returned or acknowledged. All entries will become the property of Libby, Mc Neill & Libby. 9. Winners will be notified as soon as possible after the close of the contest. It’S a game! Entering this con test is easy as pie. The object is sim ply to pick the ten words that best describe Libby’s Corned Beef Hash. Read the easy rules below for full details,but here are some helpful hints: On the entry blank there are ten spaces, one for each of vour ten words. And at the left of each row is a red letter. Use that letter some where .. . anywhere ... in the word you write in that particular row. For instance, the first row has the key letter "L.” So you must use "L” somewhere in your first word. You might put down fiavory, or economical. Next comes "I,” so maybe you’d write in nutritious or appetizing. Easier than working a crossword puzzle, isn’t it? And this game may win you five thou sand dollars, or one of 102 other cash awards. So get going now. Read the easy rules, clip the luitry Blank, and send m ‘ your first entry rigfit away. jj Elook here for SOME GOOD WORDS YOUR ENTRY I BLANK. CLIP P [ it now t y ■*__ Ir A INCLUDt AN T ^ 1 IN TH^WORO / ' INCLUOC AN \ " ■ > IN THIS WORD I INCLUOC A \ B ) IN THIS WORO A INCLUOC A T B } IN THIS WORO A INCLUOC A \ Y IN THIS WORO i INCLUOC AN " S INTHISWORt^ INCLUD^!^ M IN THIS WORO i INCLUOC AN * ! * ) m THIS WORO i INCLUOC AN \ S / IN THIS WORD if INCLUOC AN \ ! K ) IN THIS WORO if NAME---»- I I ADDRESS_ ■ GROCER’S NAME_ * GROCER’S ADDRESS__ « Mail to Libby’s Contest Judge, Dept. TW-14, Howard-Clark Building, Chicago, III. _ DELICIOUS! Plenty offine corned beef, "home kitchen” season ing . . . Libby's is the hash folks hanker for. Men especially love its testy flavor. tt 'Oh M *9 A SPEEDY MEAL! Libby's delicious Corned Beef Hash is migfity quick 1'n easy to fix. Ready in 5 minutes—and so tempt ing, so satisfying. ^ ECONOMICAL! S A budget dish that fam I Hies cheer, Libby's ^ Corned Beef Hash costs ^ you only about a nickel (i serving! W+ - 4 NUTRITIOUS! Meat and potatoes in one labor sal ine dish, Libby's Hash is highly nutritious. It’s wholesome, hearty, delectable. And it's easy on the budget, too. 32 MEATS <x>rne«l Beef Hash, Vienna Sausage, Corned Beef, Veal Loaf, Lunch Tongue, Deviled Ham, Cocktail Spreads (Ham, Liver, Tongue), Cocktail Pork Sausage, Cocktail Frankfurter Sausage, Deviled Meat, Bouillon Cubes, Frankfurter Sausage, Beef Stew, Beefsteak with Onions, Beef Extract, Boneless Chicken, Spaghetti and Meat with Sauce, Chili Con Carrie, Tamales, Meatwich Spread, eat Gravy, Lamb Stew, Hamburger Steak with Onions, Dried Beef. Boast Beef, Potted Meat, Liver Spread, Cooked Brains, Tripe, Cottage Beef.