This is just a sampling of things to come for this gallery, which I'm afraid is still badly neglected. I'd write a snappy caption for these, but I think the wrappers already say it all.
However, before you depart from this page, museum guest L.G. Cary offers some more serious and useful information about the Whiz bar. He writes: During the '40s most candy was a nickel as was the Whiz Bar. It was advertised on radio as "Whiz-z-z-z, the best nickel candy there iz-z-z-z."