The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 30, 1948
Page 2
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rum two FRIDAY, APRIL *)• 1M* THE STORY OF A QUALITY PRODUCT It k with pleasure and satisfaction that Hart's Bakery looks back ever its first fiva years in N. I. Arkansas and S. E. Missouri. We are proud of the record of increased production we have achieved during this period and of the growth of our business to its present importance as an industrial employer of the community. Figures best tell the story: Loaves of Bread Baked Daily 1943 300 1944 1200 1945 2000 1946 10,000 1947 60,000 1948 70,000 1948 Gwl 80,000 THE MEN WHO BRING YOU HART'S BREAD NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 1943 12 1948 115 Standing left to right: John C. McCrary, Ellis B. Webb, Laurell Parks Walter Waddy Henry Hazel, John Cook, Glenn Mitchell, J. W. Hartzog, W. G. Norman OttoTate Kirk Duke, Edward Brown, W. J. C. Simpson, Jack Henry, Jesse Ward, Harold Hamilton Le- A^ j 4 Q i ri Jy and hi S ; Ha , rtz 5 > 9- Kneelin 9 lefr to right: Yvon Burgess, Howard Chronister Alford McCrory, Walter Lufcy, Thomas Gwaltney, Wilson Godwin and William James. .. In the forge photo ot upper right is shown the present staff of driver-salesmen who deliver Hart's Bread dollv In more than 70 communities of Northeast Arkansas andS. E. Missouri, extending from Jaet«I.lffiH?i'"??^ffi?'^"- on the north to Osceola on the south and from Cairo on the east to Poplar Bluff= ind WdlnuJ' lSd« ^ Ark««P« G.fAd^u It is a far cry from this large group of driver-salesmen to the staff of four with whom Hart'* RlutLvili.'i. L * wesf ' in 1943, shown in the photo at lower left. A portion of the Sikeston truck ^™^^£ in tilt) loading bav at Hart t n«w bak*ry. »*••«*» «i i ' "'.'-'." IHs our hope to continue to serve the people of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri for many years to come. We are grateful for the appreciation and acceptance shown our product, but we feel that such appreciation and acceptance would not have been given had the product not been of superior quality The Hfaat¥i " Ori9inatt ' by ui ~ iiiY " Hart ' s that •*"• uaii ^ h ' ( y ^ -v •« *• •" ** i i WH»>* ^v A/...^ '* *>W?ss , . , HART'S BAKERIES Blytheville, A[k. and Sikeston, Mo. 5th Year in Blytheville 3rd Year in Si esfon

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