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Daisys, Bugles, Whistles, Buttons, Bows

Sometimes, the things we enjoyed as kids are shrouded in obscurity. That was the case of today's subject of Daisys, Bugles, Whistles, Buttons, and Bows. These are shaped salty snack foods I'm talking about. And I know Daisys is misspelled, but notice that it is in the pictured ad, too. According to the scant information I could find, Daisys, Bugles, and Whistles first appeared on the general market in 1966.
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