National Geographic : 1925 Apr
rF jV F / 'C U/ -^ . j~ F, ^i.^y^, I '/ r\ -j~Bi 4 t l y 74~ "d f1f ,A vb* WHY MISS GLENNA COLLETT CHOSE AN ELGIN IN these athletic days, three things are expected in a wrist watch ... (i) It must keep perfect time ... (2) It must be exquisitely beautiful ... (3) It must stand the stress of the modern girl's vigorous outdoor life. When Miss Glenna Collett, charm ing and popular woman's golf cham pion, began her selection of a wrist watch, she put r down these three big requisites, in just the - ifS foregoing order. ELGIN WRI ST ST And she found all three in an Elgin! Perfect timekeeping. Exquisite design. Hardy dependability. Miss Collett's choice is inevitably the choice of any woman who ap proaches the watch question with a golfer's cool and analytic mind. First, because Elgin is the product of the world's leading watch-makers who put faultless time-keeping as the first essential in a watch of any type. Second, because the incomparable beauty of an Elgin wrist Swatch is an addition to, not a substitute for, absolute watch relia WATCHES bility. cased in gold, jeweled set and gold filled. May be had from your peeler in a wide range of prices. WELG IN THE WATCH WORD FOR ELEGANCE AND EFFICIENCY ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COMPANY, ELGIN, U. S. A. ©E.N.W .CO .