Davy’s Zilch Clothes Contest

  • Davy Jones
    Hi, it’s me, Davy Jones! That’s right, the real thing—and I’m calling you from my groovy new boutique, Zilch I, in Greenwich Village. What I would like to do is give—yes, I said give—you this whole stunning wardrobe from my store, and follow that up with a person-to-person phone call from me to you; a real honest-to-goodness handwritten letter from me to you; and last, but certainly not least (I hope!), a piece of my very own hair for you to wear in a locket around your neck or do with it whatever you please! First, let me show you the clothes—yes, the very clothes which you will win—and then read on and find out how easy it is for everything you see on these pages to become your very own!
  • Davy Jones
    How do you like this velvet shirt? If you think you’ve seen it anywhere before, you’re absolutely right! And along with it comes a long strand of handmade beads of wood and semi-precious stones.
  • Davy Jones
    Here’s another Zilch favorite—a blue, V-necked, satin shirt. It’s a real flash.
  • Davy Jones
    This pink pullover is one of my very favorites. Hope you like it, along with its lavender and black neckerchief.
  • Davy Jones
    In case the weather gets nippy, you’ll need this blue-denim jacket with its super-warm, turn-up sheepskin collar.
  • Davy Jones
    Here’s a baby-blue pullover with tiny black stripes and a jazzy white metallic vest which really ought to dazzle all your friends!
  • Davy Jones
    How do you like our popular velour pullover? Along with it, I’m sending you this bright silk scarf made in India.
  • Davy Jones
    This achkan jacket has flared sleeves, and the one I’m giving you comes in red, brown and beige paisley print—with a little gold-colored “cowbell” for you to wear around your neck!
  • Davy Jones
    No wardrobe is complete without one of these six-feet long, wide-striped, English schoolboy scarfs. Don’t you agree?
  • Davy Jones
    Last of all, my very favorite achkan. It’s white with a bright braid trim. And, of course, I’m sending you a strand of my very own red and white Love Beads.

There will be only one winner of this breathtaking assortment of gifts from Davy—his Zilch I clothes, his person-to-person phone call, a lock of his very own hair, and his handwritten note—and the winner can easily be you, cos getting all of these goodies for yourself is as E-Z as anything you’ve ever done!

All you have to do is print your name, address, etc. on the coupon, cut it out and mail it to the address on the coupon. That’s all!

Every coupon will be dropped inside a barrel. The barrel will then be revolved and 16’s Editor-in-Chief, Gloria Stavers, blindfolded, will pick just one coupon from the barrel. The coupon she picks will be the grand prize-winner, and the sender of that coupon will be awarded all of the prizes described.

It’s the greatest giveaway ever! Just picture you wearing Davy’s clothes, talking to Davy on the phone, treasuring a lock of Davy’s very own hair and reading and re-reading Davy’s personal handwritten letter to you! All of these gifts can be yours—just by filling in and mailing the coupon! Do it now! This very minute!

P.S. If you don’t win Davy’s Zilch Clothes Contest—and it’s impossible for you to go to Davy’s new boutique Zilch I, in Greenwich Village in New York City—don’t despair. Just send 25ยข (in coins—not stamps) to L. Spector Assoc., 9538 Brighton Way, Beverly Hills, Calif. and be sure to print your name clearly on both your letter and your envelope. A full description of the wonderful goodies available at Zilch I will be mailed to you.

NOW—EXCLUSIVE IN 16—A GIVEAWAY SO SUPER-STUPENDOUS NO WORDS CAN DESCRIBE IT!

YOU CAN WIN (as E-Z as snapping your fingers!)—

A COMPLETE STUNNING WARDROBE FROM DAVY’S FAB NEW BOUTIQUE ZILCH I—THE VERY CLOTHES DAVY IS SHOWN WEARING HERE!

A PERSON-TO-PERSON PHONE CALL FROM DAVY!

A LOCK OF DAVY’S VERY OWN HAIR!

A HANDWRITTEN LETTER FROM DAVY AUTHENTICATING THAT YOU ARE THE WINNER OF ALL HIS PRIZES!

Magazine: 16
Editor: Gloria Stavers
Published:
Volume: 9
Issue: 9
Publisher: 16 Magazine, Inc.
Pages: 24–25