Vintage Smirnoff Vodka Ads published today! (1973) Smirnoff Daiquiri Recipe. A modest invention. (1975) Southpaw Recipe. (1972) Smirnoff Adam's Apple Recipe. A do-it-yourself temptation. (1954) Smirnoff Vodka Martini. The driest, smoothest, most pleasing Dry Martini of them all. (1981) Smirnoff de Czar. Special Reserve Vodka. (1983) Pinchas Zukerman. World-renowned violinist. (1982) Smirnoff F. Lee Bailey. Trial Lawyer. (1979) George Jessel. Toastmaster General of the United States. "I think I invented The Bloody Mary, Red Snapper, Tomato Pickup or Morning Glory. (1966) Julie Newmar. Star of stage, screen and television. (1984) Smirnoff James A. Nassikas. President The Stanford Court Hotel. (1964) Tammy Grimes. Star of the Broadway hit show "High Spirits." (1962) Smirnoff Marcel Marceau. The great French Pantomimist. (1966) Woody Allen. Star of stage, screen and television, prepares for a Mule Party. (1957) Smirnoff Buster Keaton. Hollywood's famous frozen face comedian. (1965) Skitch Henderson. The Smirnoff Mule: Skitch Henderson made it a song; 'Killer Joe' made it a dance. (1964) Julie London. Star of stage, screen and television. (1955) Bobby Clark. (1961) Smirnoff Vodka Recipes. Vodka on the Rocks, Screwdriver, Smirnoff Sour, Martini, Collins, Bloody Mary, Highball, Gimlet. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Wizard Lawn Equipment Ads published today! (1959) Wizard Mowers. 24" Economy Model. 22" Deluxe Side Trim. 18" Side Trim 4-cycle. 18" Electric model. 19" Deluxe Self-Propelled. 24" with Leaf pulverizer. Western Auto Golden Anniversary. 50 Years of Family Service. (1956) Wizard Warrior Mower. Popular 20" Front Trim. Wizard's specially designed base deflects all chippings down to the ground for greater safety. (1952) Tornado Blade Mower. New Power Mower fertilizes your lawn automatically as it cuts! New Tornado Blade chops grass so fine that clippings decompose fast into Nature's own rich plant food. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage John Deere Lawn Equipment Ads published today! (1969) John Deere Garden Tractor. New styling. New features. New models... all farm-bred for heavy action at a gentle touch. Choose the size that suits your lawn - 6, 8, 10, or 12 hp. Then set your weekends free. (1965) 110 Tractor. (1985) John Deere 112 L Tractor. Hydrostatic drive for one-lever control of speed and direction without shifting or clutching. (1986) Self-Propelled Mower. With adjustable speed drive which lets you choose the pace of your self-propelled mower. (1988) John Deere 175 Tractor. Years from now it'll get started faster than you will. (1983) John Deere Tractor with Bill Hendrickson. He has been riding his 110 Tractor since 1965. Also shown: 212 Tractor. (1981) John Deere Mowers. 21 inch walk-behind, 111 Tractor, 116 and 68 Rider. (1984) R-Series Riding Mowers. Introducing the economy R 70 and the electric-start R 72. (1982) John Deere Lawn Tractor 108. (1987) 180 Tractor. And SX75 Rider. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Lawn and Garden Ads published today! Homelite XL2 Chain Saw, Ideal Lawnmower Sharpener, Stihl 015 Chain Saw, McCulloch Mini Mac 1 Chain Saw, Rat-Biscuit Rat Poison, Dow Penta Solution, Ariens Jet Rotary Tiller, Koroseal Garden Hose, Flexan Rake Squeegee, Sarlo Power Mowers, General Electric Hedge & Shrub Trimmer, Howards of Hemet Tiffany Rose, Mow-Master Streamliner, Disston Tools, Rat Bis-Kit Rat Poison, Terminix Termite Prevention. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Maytag Washers Dryers Ads published today! (1959) Maytag Halo-Of-Heat Dryer. Gives you a special "Wash'n Wear" setting that removes wrinkles from modern fabrics. A Time Chime tells you when they're dried just right. An Automatic Sprinkler dampens clothes evenly for easy ironing. Gas or Electric. (1969) Lapointe Family. Mrs. Lapointe and Mr. Lapointe, Amy, 5; Linda, 6; Tim, 2; Tom, 2; Joe, 15; Mary Jane, 13; Nancy, 12; John, 11; Judt, 10; Bobby, 8. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Hotpoint Washers Dryers Ads published today! (1950) New Hotpoint Automatic Washer. With Wond-R-Dial Control and Flexible-Fill. Hotpoint's exclusive Thriftivator, with the most efficient agitator washing principal ever used for home laundry purposes. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage General Electric Laundry Products Ads published today! (1961) General Electric Filter-Flo Washers. Model WA-1050V. Gets bigger-than-ever load - 12lbs. - truly clean! (1959) GE 5-Cycle Filter-Flo Washer. Model WA-950S. Gives you clean, just-right care for any washable fabric. (1940) GE Speed-Iron The Moderne. 25% Lighter. Less Arm Fatigue. New Hand-Rest Handle. Button-Nooks. (1964) GE Sunshine Dryer DE-420A. An incredible bargain in dependability. Only $99.95. (1968) General Electric 39-Hole Iron. The automatic spray, steam and dry iron with double non-stick coating... and Permanent Press Touch-Up Setting. (1956) GE Filter-Flo Washer Petal Pink. Choose from 5 Mix-or-Match colors: petal pink, canary yellow, turquoise green, cadet blue, woodtone brown, and white. (1962) GE Washer WA-1050W. Now 2 washers in 1. Giant washer and it's a midget washer with a Mini-Basket for "washbowl" loads. (1968) GE Jet Swirl Fabric Softener Dispenser. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Frigidaire Washers Dryers Ads published today! (1956) Frigidaire Imperial Washing Machine. Porcelain Pair, in Stratford Yellow. Also available in Mayfair Pink, Sheffield Gray, Sherwood Green, or Snowy White. (1959) Washer Model WCI-60. Every 3-ring agitator washer bathes deep dirt out without beating! Photo: Nylon Peignoir by Eye-ful Lingerie. Frigidaire Filtra-Matic Electric Dryer. This unique Filtrator puts an end to "steam bath" clothes drying. (1949) All-Porcelain Washer. Its all-porcelain finish, inside and out, means you can keep your washer as clean as it gets clothes - and that's really clean! (1965) Frigidaire Jet Action Washer WCI-65. No gears. No pulleys. No belts. (1963) Dryer DCI-63. With Dry Control, Fabrics Selector and Flowing Heat. Gas or electric. (1950) Washer with Select-O-Dial. Sensational new electrical control lets you pre-select right washing times, even for woolens, rayons, Nylons - no hand-controlling! Styled by Raymond Loewy. Also Frigidaire Electric Ironer. (1970) Skinny Mini Washer Dryer. Only two feet wide, five and one half feet tall. So it fits almost anywhere in your home. Available in Copper/White, Gold/White, Green/White or solid Snowcrest White. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Aladdin Lamps Ads published today! Aladdin Lamps. (1951) Electric Lamps. Just what you need to accent or complement your decorative plan. P-402, W-347, P-406, G-344, P-408, G-348. Lamp 3511. Shade 552. A bewitching variety of table, boudoir and floor lamps. (1927) Aladdin Magic Lamp Story. Rejoice in its power to touch the humdrum with transforming magic. (1982) Student Mantle Oil Lamp. Replica: One of 7.500 in a 75th Anniversary Limited Edition. The Original: Made in 1911. (1928) Aladdin Jewel-Case Boudoir Lamp. The base conceals a generous sized jewel case! (1978) Kerosene Mantle Lamp. Over 20 authentic models. Aladdin Industries is a vendor of lunchboxes, kerosene lamps, stoves and thermal food storage containers. It evolved from the Western Lighting Company, founded in 1907 by Victor S. Johnson, Sr. and incorporated in 1908 as the Mantle Lamp Company. Aladdin Industries was created as a subsidiary of Mantle Lamp Company in 1914, specifically to manufacture vacuum bottles. The company was further diversified under former president Johnson's leadership. It was the maker of the first character lunchbox, using images of Hopalong Cassidy, in 1950. Aladdin is now a brand of privately held Pacific Market International (PMI), and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Burgess Lamps Ads published today! (1956) Radar-Line Lamps. Radar-Lamp. This all-new electric lamp outmodes flame-type lanterns. Radar-Lite. Its 40,000 candlepower beam shines for half a mile, the flashing red light warns far down the road or across the water. Burgess Battery Company. (1958) Burgess Radar-Lights. Radar Bearcat. New focusing lantern! Brilliant half-mile spot or wide flood of light. (1956) Portable Lights. For Car, Home, Camp, Boat. Give your sportsman "night eyes". More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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