Or, as Cannon’s team wrote, “Choose from a variety of designs! Rich solids, smart stripes, plaids, charming florals, modern sculptured effects. Each will lift any bathroom from doldrums to delight!”
Do luxury towels cost too much? (1953)
Yellow & white flowered towels, brown and orange bath towels
Hang a rainbow in your bathroom! (1956)
Long looped, thickly looped, every Cannon towel is as blissful to feel as it is to see. Better grab your hat and scat… to your favorite store today. Ask for Cannon’s January specials. They’re wonderful!
Bet you’re surprised at how little these Cannon beauties cost! (1952)
Brighten your bathroom with stylish towels from the 1950s
Vintage Cannon Gold Label towel sets
Pictured here are 5 luxury towels. Each bears Cannon’s famous Gold Label. They cost between $2 and $3.50 each. Big, beautiful, these are towels every woman wants — but the kind some women think they can’t afford.
“Why, you may ask, “should I pay $2 and up for the Cannon towels, when I on get excellent values in Cannon towels priced at 59 cents…”
To answer that question, let’s look at the facts. Cannon luxury towels have a heavenly texture. They’re crammed full of wonderfully long, thick, sable-soft loops; they’re all finished with “Beauti-Fluff” — Cannon’s exclusive patented finish — that makes them fluffier, softer and thirstier — in fact, these beauties absorb five times their weight in water!
And these finest of all Cannon towels come in the loveliest colors imaginable. There are rich, deep tones that lead fashion trends, sparkling colors… and of course, there’s a variety of fresh, smart designs that inspire the decorator in every woman.
Finally, these towels wor longer through years of hard and constant use. Why? Because they have more tensile strength, a firmer, closer, stronger weave.
Dundee towels with ribbon-style stitching (1950)
Green sculpted towels and green and white striped bath towels (1953)
Vintage Dundee Beach Sheet extravaganza from 1958
SUCH EXCITEMENT! Brilliant theatrical poster designs hand-screened on fluffy terry, blazing stripes flashed with glittering strands of Metlon metallic yarns!
Gay Nineties Girl, Billboard, Clipper Ship, each about 2.98. Multi-Stripes, about 1.00. Shaded Stripes in sea-shades with silver, or sun-shades with gold, about 2.98. Other Beach Sheets from 1.98. At good stores everywhere.
Towels from the 1950s: Aglow in pink
Blue towels from the 1950s and other magic colors to mix & match (1953)
Cannon towels come in 22 magic colors that you can blend, mix or match to suit your mood. And, deep tones or pretty pastels, these colors stay fresh as paint!
Old-fashioned bathroom towels from the Sears catalog (1951)
Hang these towels on your window? (1956)
Sew curtains from your bath towels…
These towels are precious and “priceless” (1953)
… They wear the Cannon Gold label
Cannon Beauti-Fluff towels from the 1950s
Always so much for your money
- $1 buys long-wearing beauty in a lively new check that stays bright
- $1.59 buys luxury quality… Solid color in 24×46 bath size
- 70c buys hard service — and good looks, too. This fresh new Cannon plaid is made to take every bit of the wear your family can give it. 22×44 bath size
Cannon Beauti-Fluff Towels stay soft, lovely, absorbent for years
Try Pink Whisper with glowing New Rose
… for a really flattering color scheme! These Carefree pinks, like all Cannon colors, stay fresh and lovely with little or no care. What an easy way to give your bathroom new life!
New! And naturally the most for your money
Cannon Beauti-Fluff Towels
- The look of tweed, about 79c. So attractive! And these towels are made to take wear. In stripes or solids that stay bright.
- New! A check that glitters, about $1.29. A sparkling beauty that wears wonderfully, with Beauti-Fluff to keep it soft, thirsty. 22×44 bath size
- New! A shower of flowers, about $1.98. It’s Rose Wreath, one of the loveliest prints every on gentle fluff terry. And all the beauty lasts. 24×46 bath size.