• BAKING T«X '^.•i: ™*?3t m y$$ f&' - ' f ^s^.m .r.W.'.VJt.Jf.t-v'H!; ••««! . '->!• 3:: "II i^v^- •'•.-->' iED" i^ IS '•^"••-.J^l The winners, left to right: Mrs. Kenneth Mathew, Kaycee, Wyoming. Grand Prize winner Mrs. Maynard McCullough, Harvard, Illinois. Mrs. Homer Motsinger, Salem, Indiana. 3 PRIZE-WINNING WHITE THUMBS! Contest or no—a white thumb is a prize possession for any baker. Because (as if you didn't know!) it's that feeling of confidence you get right down to your fingertips when you bake with Gold Medal Flour. „ And - another prize! Today's Gold Medal is so fine, so uniform, so dependable — Betty Crocker promises you beautiful bakings without sifting, without altering recipes. Just use Gold Medal cup for cup, in any recipe, new or old —and sift no more!
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