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Snow White Jingle Club

May 7 2017 at 12:14 PM
Ken Bush  (Login KenBush)

Jack,

Here are two Snow White Jingle Club booklets and mailing envelopes. The fist is the same as yours,
from Stein's Bakery. The second one is from Dietzen's Bakery and has a different envelope. The
booklets are the same, only the back cover is different. They are from 1938.
A 1-1/4" cello button was also issued.

Ken

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Ken Bush
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Re: Snow White Jingle Club

October 18 2017, 10:55 AM 

Bumping this post because I just picked up a Snow White manual from a third bakery,
John J. Nissen Baking Co.
The paperwork and the 23 of 24 jingles that came with it is what makes it a great pickup.

Ken

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Jack J.
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Snow White Jingles

October 18 2017, 2:05 PM 

Well Ken, now you've got me confused.

Before you posted the above post, it all made sense. You got the 2 X 3.75 inch cards in the loaf of bread that had the same pictures and jingles as those in the pages of the Jingle Book. Kids were to glue them into their Jingle Books and there was some kind of contest. Now you show up with what looks like real "bands" that would have gone around the loaf that have the same jingles on them as the cards. The contest instructions seem to relate to the bands and don't mention cards at all although gluing the bands in the book seems a bit messy. I don't get why the company would print bands when they had cards, or cards when they had bands. So ... I'm confused. I hope you have some insight to convey. By the way, really cool stuff. - Jack J.

 
 
Ken Bush
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Re: Snow White Jingle Club

October 18 2017, 3:53 PM 


Jack,

As far as I know there were no cards. The jingles that came on the
loafs of bread identified or were relate to the picture in the book.
The contest was to get all of the jingles and write the last line,
which was not in the book, on page three of the instruction folder.
Make up and write a last line for the jingle on page four of the
instruction folder and mail it in for judging.

The instruction folder that I posted has the last leaf, pages 3 and 4,
cut off and was probably mailed to the company.

Ken

 
 

Jack J.
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Re: Snow White Jingle Club

October 18 2017, 5:28 PM 

So, it appears the red, white and blue bread label is part of the contest associated with the Jingle Book. The color cards seem to be from a different promotion using the same art work and jingles. Of course, I'm suffering with a bad head cold and may not be firing on all cylinders. I may be missing something obvious. - Jack J.

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