Saturday, July 9, 2011

Sunday, July 9, 1933

Today sure was hot. I went out and played with Betty a little while. Pauline and Sugar and I bought some candy.

*Note: The Great Depression ushered in a golden age of candy bars. Back then, they were referred to as "nickel bars" and marketed as a cheap source of quick calories.
Consisting of a lump of cherry foundant covered by a chocolate-and-peanut hash
the Twin Bing has been manufactured by the Palmer Candy for five generations. 

Abba-Zaba are taffy candy bars with peanut butter centers have been around since 1922.
Originally manufactured by Colby & McDermott, today they're made by Annabelle Candy Company.

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