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Graeve, Oscar (ed.) / Delineator
Vol. 118, No. 6 (June, 1931)

[Continued articles and works],   pp. 46-58 PDF (8.1 MB)


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Believe it or not, you can hear this cereal!
KELLOGG's RICE KRIsPIEs are toasted bubbles of
golden rice. So crunchy and crisp they actually
crackle out loud in milk or cream!
You've never heard such a cereal-or tasted
such delicious flavor. The choicest rice. Cooked and
toasted. Full of nourishing, wholesome goodness.
Delightful for breakfast or lunch with fruits or
honey added. Serve for nursery suppers -so easy
to digest. An ideal way to get children to take
milk. Try it afternoons when they come home from
school.
Use Kellogg's Rice Krispies in cookery too. More
economical than nutmeats. Make delicious maca-
roons, candies, desserts. Sprinkle into soups.
Order the red-and-green package from your
grocer. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. The only
cereal so crisp it actually crackles in cream!
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You'll enjoy Kellogg's Slumber Music, broadcast over wiz and
associated stations of the N. B. C. every Sunday evening at 10.30
E. D. S. T. Also KFI Los Angeles, KOMO Seattle at 10.00, and KOA
Denver at 10.30.
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