Case colors: brown, ivory. Made with two-tone dial in earlier years, and one color dial in later years. Base is modified, curved back rectangle with rounded corners. "Double cone" shaped top alarm shutoff knob with three rings or ridges.
Replaced the Bantam model. The lowest priced Westclox alarm clock in 1935, selling for $1.25. Uses the model 66 movement. Pre-WWII examples have a two-tone dial with heavy numerals. Post-war examples have a white dial with thin numerals.