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Old 12-09-2005, 11:50 AM
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Default Helmar Potato Chips, Caramel Popcorn; Jackson, Cobb & Ruth

Posted By: Jon Canfield

I got an email today from the Helmar products company. ot sure how I got on their email list but it referenced Joe Jackson, Ruth and Cobb so I checked it out... I went to their website and I thought their snack product were cool so I wanted to share with the board. Helmar's homepage is here...

http://www.joneschips.com/HelmarProducts.htm

The graphics on the bags seems wonderful!

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Old 12-09-2005, 12:16 PM
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Default Helmar Potato Chips, Caramel Popcorn; Jackson, Cobb & Ruth

Posted By: Anthony

Jay Wolt sent me a case of this stuff, the graphics are great and the cards are pretty cool too- sort of like T205's with the Tuxedo Trolley sign artwork. Popcorn's not bad either, and the cards picture some Negro Leaguers and a few players from Benton Harbor that look like the House of David barnstorming team.
I'd bet the art director on this product is a vintage collector.

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Old 12-09-2005, 12:41 PM
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Default Helmar Potato Chips, Caramel Popcorn; Jackson, Cobb & Ruth

Posted By: Bryan Long

Jones Potatoe Chips are near my home town of Fredericktown, Ohio. Mansfield is not too far away from there. BTW - Jones may have the best Chips ever.
Jimi still lives near there and I'm sure he will chime in on this one.

My website: http://photobucket.com/albums/b45/trib01/
I am always looking for Walter Johnson cards. Buying or trading for T206 Johnson and Mathewson portraits.

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