W. A. Ferguson, cartoonist, draws a picture of contest winner, Harold Dowit at the Food and Household Show, sponsored by the Southern California Retail Grocers Association. Ferguson (known as "Ferg") was the Sperry Flour Company cartoonist. Dowit holds a box of Wheaties. The caricature of Dowit is only complete as far as his head, and written above that is, "Harold Dowit National Winner Skippy Contest." At the back of the exhibit, there are stacks of products, including Wheaties and Bisquick. There is also a sign that reads, "Hear me on the radio every day! Wheaties taste elegenter [sic] than elegant. Shippy," and a sign at the top of the exhibit reads, in part," Sperry Drifted Snow 'Home...'"