The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1965 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Tuesday, October 5, 1965
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This sturdy, smooth-heating West Bend aluminum cookware set is Teflon-coated. It cooks without sticking. Never needs scouring. Costs just $1995. What more could convince you to buy it? *Yes, we've added an extra bonus to our popular Teflon-coated, cookware set. An 8-inch skillet. So besides all the "basics" every good cook needs, you'll be getting an "extra" pan that could become your kitchen's handiest. Especially versatile because it uses the same cover as the 3-qt. sauce pan. And all these rugged, even-heating aluminum utensils have a tough, double-coating of Du Font's no-stick Teflon. Just give Teflon a swish in sudsy water, and it's clean. No scouring. No soaking. No scraping. Get this complete 12-piece cookware set by West Bend, and enjoy no-stick cooking with no-scour clean-up. No foolin'. set includes 1, 2 and 3 qt. sauce pans with covers, 10" skillet, 5 qt. Dutch oven roaster, cover that fits skillet and roaster, recipe booklet, ny|on spoon and spatula, plus bonus 8" skillet. Teflon* adds the "no-scour clean-up" bonus to all these West Bend utensils P«k* 'n Roast P«n« Biscuits don't stick to never need scouring these Muffin Pans 9V4" by 13" $2.99 6-cup pan $1.39 12* by 17" $4.49 12-cup pan $2.49 15'/ ? " by Cookie 'n with 1" rim Bake Pan Big 10'/4" by 11" Grid" $2.99 -riddle Includes spatula $3.99 Handy spatula included with 10V4" Fry Pan Open skillet $4.95 With cover $6.50 9" Pie Pan has "juice-saver" rim $1.79 Immersible Electric Griddle has over 200 square inches of controlled-heat grilling area With heat control,, spatula $18.99 Buffet Skillet includes heat control, spatula $14.99 THE WEST BEND COMPANY, Dept. 319, West Bend, Wisconsin * Teflon is Du Font's registered trademark for its TFE non-stick finish. Look for West Bend Teflon-coated cookware demonstrations at Food Fashion Fair cooking schools.

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