Baby Ruth candy bars, the way they used to be back in the ’50s

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Quick pickup for safety on the road (1951)

Baby Ruth candy… rich in dextrose (food-energy sugar)

Baby Ruth candy bar ads

Baby Ruth for a shopping lift!

Curtiss Baby Ruth candy bar ads

Curtiss Baby Ruth for Christmas

Baby Ruth candy bar ads
Curtiss: Makers of Butterfinger, Coconut Grove, Dip candy bars, Saf-T-Pops, Fruit Drops, Mints and Gum — See more Curtis candies: Chocolates & fruit drops (1951-1953)

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