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tbnkiit Tm HAUSLER'S SOCIETY ENGRAVERS 1» Ea«nmrf W«44ia« Amwn —W M Tm l»iloii.4ISJ» 72017th N.W. PI. 2057 “You guys are always telling me how much better you see things from here!" JOHNNY APPLESEED fom\ WaltysMfs MEEOtyT/AlE in'Round Cereal Helps Square Dancer*^ Characters from the Walt Disney full-length Technicolor feature, "Melody Time. Johnny Appleseed traveled far and wide From Pennsylvania to the Great Divide, A walkin'—a plantin’—helping those in need— He covered America with his famed apple seed. ——1 ~1 With tin-pot hat and Bible so treasured The good that he did can never be measured. His pioneer friends—so hale and hearty— Decided to give a festival party 1 —i—r ii— — They laughed and danced; their apirit he admired. “I’d like to join in but I guess I’m too tired!” Then a kindly old settler noticed his plight— And said, "Mullets will make you peppy and bright!” “A big bowl of Muffets, the round shredded wheat! The taste-tempting cereal that’s ready to eat. Extra-toasty, extra-tender—it’s modem, it’s new! Brimful of energy an^^^-value, too!” © Wolt Disney Production* V Well, now look at Johnny I He's joined in the fun! He’s dancing his legs off—Mister Gloom’s on the run. Now after a hard day of planting apple seeds, He relaxes—eats Muffets for the lift that he needs! Mm fl THE MODERN (ROUN^) ■ VmUm FBIS SHREDDED WHEAT Try Muffets for breakfast tomorrow! 1 Modern, better tasting shredded wheat— shredded extra fine for extra tenderness. Round to fit your cereal bowl! Toasted all over to bring out all the crisp, crunchy goodness of 100 % whole wheat. Nature's great energy food. Ready to eat the mo ment you pop ’em out of the bright blue Package with the famous Quaker Man and the name, “Muffets, the Round Shredded Wheat!" ALL IN FUN ' . I«u t I "Well! If that isn't just like you—getting me out here and making me do all the work!" "And another thing, doctor—he never eats his cereal!" Drawings by Fred Neher. Glenn Ball, Gregory d'Alessio and Roland Coe.