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Graeve, Oscar (ed.) / Delineator
Vol. 119, No. 1 (July, 1931)

[Continued articles and works],   pp. 38-44 PDF (4.7 MB)

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Criser now by far than ever before!
The new "twice crisped" Puffed Wheat
T     ASTE... just taste... the fresh crispness... the melt-
in-your-mouth goodness of the new Puffed Wheat
and Puffed Rice. Then allow the family to taste. Let
them pass their cereal bowls again and again. They will.
For, according to a recent survey in 42 states, children
everywhere like Puffed Grains above all other cereals.
New way brings double crispness
That fresh crispness . . . that right-from-the-oven flavor
of the new Puffed Grains . . . is due to a wonderful
new heat-sealing process. No other cereal has it. It
captures and seals in that fresh flavor-that first delec-
table crispness. And brings Quaker Puffed Wheat and
Quaker Puffed Rice to your breakfast table as fresh as
the instant they were made.
And here's important news for mothers. There's
substantial cereal nourishment in every dish of Puffed
Grains. That's because, when the wheat and rice grains
are shot from guns, their rich grain nourishment is made
as completely, as quickly digestible as though they
had been cooked for hours and hours. Thus you have
energy food, nourishment, in a tempting, wholesome
form that children love to eat.
A perfect hot-weather cereal
Quaker Puffed Wheat and Quaker
Puffed Rice are an ideal, hot-
weather food. They're so cool.
So crisp. So tempting to summer
appetites. Serve them for break-
fast, lunch and supper. Combine
them with your favorite fresh
fruit or berries. Your grocer has
the new Quaker Puffed Wheat
and Quaker Puffed Rice.
Try Pettijohn's... a delicious, old-fashioned rolled wheat cereal
that cooks in3 to 5 minutes. Makes dry bran eating unnecessary.
t4~& "Ok
and Puffed Rice . . . made by a special
process that brings them to your break-
fast table extra crisp . . . extra flavory.
Listen in to the Quaker Oats Radio programs offun.. . mornings at 8 a. m.;evenings at 6:30 p. m. Central Time. Consult the radio program in your newspaper.
JULY, 1931

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