For vintage glass, I like Phillipson, Fenwick and certain of the Shakespeare rods. My favorites, so far, are:
Phillipson Registered Midge Rod
Here's a pic of the Fenwick with an old Martin "tuna can" reel on it:
They're all small stream rods, but great for delicate presentations and wonderful with the feel of a fish on the line.
I also fish a modern Diamondback Diamondglass 7'6" 3 wt. Great little rod!
By the way, my very first fly rod, bought for me by my father, was a Montgomery Ward 7'1", solid glass rod. It was marketed by Ward's as a "Hawthorne 4". They used the brand Hawthorne before converting to Sport King in 1960. I think that RipTide is right; they were manufactured for Ward's by Montague. I fish it paired with a Pflueger 1495, loaded with as much #3 shot as I can get into the spool chamber (it's a heavy little rod!)
Here's a pic of the rod; I still fish it regularly, every year; just for the sentimental value. If I had to give up all my rods, this one would be the last one to go.