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Quaker Puffed Wheat, 1935 on Flickr.

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/8984072504/in/set-72157594350943277/
Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 30s".  
“The Quaker Puffed Pals
Billy’s mother discovers the breakfast that beats 1,000 words of coaxing!
I’m puffed wheat!
I’m puffed rice!
What on earth’s the matter, Billy?
Aw, it looks like that new kid down the street is going to beat me out of my job on our baseball team.
Sit up to the table now ans eat your breakfast! How do you expect to pitch a ball game on what you eat!
Aw, I don’t see anything I like - I’m not hungry!
Honestly! Can’t one morning pass without a breakfast scene!
Let’s get in on this puffed wheat! Pity to let the wrong breakfast spoil Billy’s chance on the ball team.
Sure, let’s tell Billy’s mother our secret!
Take our tip mother. Watch Billy go for milk, sugar and fruit with puffed wheat on rice!
You mean I won’t even have to coax!
We’ll say you won’t - one bite is worth 1,000 words of coaxing!
Oh boy! Here’s a breakfast you’ll love better’n candy!
Atta Boy Billy! You’re on our team for life.
What a pitchin’ arm! How d’ya do it, Bill?
I almost lost out but Puffed Pals saved the day for me.
Make breakfast a temptation with this confection-like cereal!
Appetites don’t lag with this exciting, crunchy breakfast of Puffed Wheat of Puffed Rice on the table! Luscious, nut-like flavor makes these whole grains, puffed to 8 times normal size, a real breakfast temptation.
Watch youngsters go for their milk, sugar and fruit with this gay and lively cereal. Watch them eat the breakfast they should, without any urging. That’s why we say, one bite is worth a thousand words of coaxing!
Many grocers are featuring Quaker Puffed Wheat and Puffed Rice this week. Order today! The Quaker Oats Company, Chicago.”

Quaker Puffed Wheat, 1935 on Flickr.

Click image for 1012 x 1312 size.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/8984072504/in/set-72157594350943277/

Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 30s".

“The Quaker Puffed Pals
Billy’s mother discovers the breakfast that beats 1,000 words of coaxing!
I’m puffed wheat!
I’m puffed rice!

What on earth’s the matter, Billy?
Aw, it looks like that new kid down the street is going to beat me out of my job on our baseball team.

Sit up to the table now ans eat your breakfast! How do you expect to pitch a ball game on what you eat!
Aw, I don’t see anything I like - I’m not hungry!
Honestly! Can’t one morning pass without a breakfast scene!

Let’s get in on this puffed wheat! Pity to let the wrong breakfast spoil Billy’s chance on the ball team.
Sure, let’s tell Billy’s mother our secret!

Take our tip mother. Watch Billy go for milk, sugar and fruit with puffed wheat on rice!
You mean I won’t even have to coax!
We’ll say you won’t - one bite is worth 1,000 words of coaxing!

Oh boy! Here’s a breakfast you’ll love better’n candy!

Atta Boy Billy! You’re on our team for life.
What a pitchin’ arm! How d’ya do it, Bill?
I almost lost out but Puffed Pals saved the day for me.

Make breakfast a temptation with this confection-like cereal!

Appetites don’t lag with this exciting, crunchy breakfast of Puffed Wheat of Puffed Rice on the table! Luscious, nut-like flavor makes these whole grains, puffed to 8 times normal size, a real breakfast temptation.

Watch youngsters go for their milk, sugar and fruit with this gay and lively cereal. Watch them eat the breakfast they should, without any urging. That’s why we say, one bite is worth a thousand words of coaxing!

Many grocers are featuring Quaker Puffed Wheat and Puffed Rice this week. Order today! The Quaker Oats Company, Chicago.”

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Slidetite Garage Doors, 1929 on Flickr.

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/5332626656/in/set-72157618355222756/
“Doors slide inside
unobstructed, full width opening!
If your garage doors swing out against ice and drifted snow… if they warp and stick and sag… if there’s a center post in the opening…
Then it’s no fun trying to get in and out of the garage, especially in winter. Perhaps you’ve tried it!
But - If your doors slide inside on Slidetite equipment, leaving a full width unobstructed opening, that’s comfort, that’s convenience!
Slidetite is made for all garage door needs, to fit openings up to 30 feet wide. Smooth, quick, easy operation is what you want and what you get with Slidetite. A child can open and close Slidetite doors. Write Catalog No. 55.”
Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 20s".

Slidetite Garage Doors, 1929 on Flickr.

Click image for 670 x 869 size.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/gatochy/5332626656/in/set-72157618355222756/

“Doors slide inside
unobstructed, full width opening!

If your garage doors swing out against ice and drifted snow… if they warp and stick and sag… if there’s a center post in the opening…

Then it’s no fun trying to get in and out of the garage, especially in winter. Perhaps you’ve tried it!

But - If your doors slide inside on Slidetite equipment, leaving a full width unobstructed opening, that’s comfort, that’s convenience!

Slidetite is made for all garage door needs, to fit openings up to 30 feet wide. Smooth, quick, easy operation is what you want and what you get with Slidetite. A child can open and close Slidetite doors. Write Catalog No. 55.”

Scanned from Taschen’s "All-American Ads of the 20s".

Filed under 1920s home decor american