The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 10, 1950
Page 3
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OC'l'UBKR 10, I960 BLYTHEVILLC^AKK.) CUUtUKR NKW» •SECTION A—PACK THREB 0. E. Kiuulsen, Mgr. Blythevilles 'oldest mens store joins in celebrating a half century of progress HOME OF HART-SCHAFFNER AND MARX Since the very beginning of this store's long career of successful business, Meads, your HART SCHAFFNER & MARX store is the one organization that has established the outstanding principle which has contributed so much "to the firm's growth . . . supplying the customers with only quality, nationally advertised lines of merchandise for men and young men. Such nationally famous names as HART SCHAFFNER & MARX, McGREGOR, ARROW, FLORSHEIM, ALLIGATOR, PALM BEACH, INTERWOVEN, COOPERS, HlCKOK... These names have made men of this trading area "quality conscious", and has caused a m&st gratifying demand for the BEST... not the cheapest. \ Since the beginning, the most exacting dresser, old or young, has been able to satisfy his demand at Mead's for suits, sportswear, ties, hats, underwear, jackets and ail other items of men's apparel. Mead's has been a magnet in Northeast Arkansas that has attracted the men who wanted the best in wearing quality, style, and good taste at moderate prices. There's an ironclad guarantee on everything you buy here ... a policy that has been ours through the years. Herb Chikls, Asst. J. E. Harrison,.Salesman

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