1,390: VINTAGE WOMAN'S DAY AD OF THE DAY
A case study in how printing techniques of the early 1950s were not beneficial to recipes from national brand test kitchens.
As for the "glowing orchard color" of the peaches, we hope that doesn't mean these were processed in the vicinity of a nuclear test site.
More vintage ad fun over at Torontoist, demonstrating how families in cottage country coped before the arrival of CBC radio and television (answer: they didn't).
Source: Woman's Day, November 1952 - JB