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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1934, Mason City, Iowa 5 I EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY a 1931 CRUSADE THE OBJECT of the Quality League of America is to culti vate a better understanding of the extra value and added satis faction you can obtain by mak ing Quality the first considera tion in every purchase AMERICA has been bargain crazy Pinched budg ets have magnified the lure of cut prices MANUFACTURERS and merchants have been forced to cater to a demand for cheaper and cheaner merchandise Quality has been playing second fiddle while prosperity burned YOU are the loser as is every citizen You lose that extra measure of service and satisfaction which you have a right to receive from your purchases Worse still the whole cause of better business and reviving prosperity is imperiled CHEAP goods are slackers in the job of recon struction They close up quality off skilled down pay rolls and compel retailers to cut their operating forces to the bone THERE is only one remedy America must re awaken to its old appreciation of quality merchandise built and fairly priced THATS why this newspaper is starting a Quality cultivate a better understanding of the extra value and added satisfaction that reward all who make quality the first consideration in every thing they buy LEADING merchants of this community are co operating with us and with the Quality League of America Regularly published announcements and news articles will give you quality facts that you can profit by Human interest stories of folks who have found the key to real economy through quality buying Tips on how to tell quality in different kinds of goods News of the latest developments in this nationwide movement Advertisements of re tailers who have a special quality story to tell you PROTECT your dollars by reading these facts in future issues of this newspaper Watch for the slogan Today Its Thrifty to Buy Quality BARRETT BROS BLANCHARDS CHAPMAN FURNITURE CO CRYSTAL LAKE ICE AND FUEL CO CURRIEVAN NESS CO DAMONS INC JACOB E DECKER SONS FELTS MARKET FINKS SMART APPAREL FULLERTON LUMBER CO JOHN GALLAGHER INC GILDNER BROS GLANVILLE BROS GRUPP FOOD MARKET HERMANSON BROS DAIRY HUXTABLE DRUG CO LAIRD SHOE CO D K LUNDBERG CO LYONS LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS MARSHALL SWIFT INC MASON CITY BAKING CO THE MERKEL CO MONTGOMERY WARD CO MYERS BEAUTY STUDIO NICHOLS GREEN PAGE LUMBERCO PALAIS ROYAL J C PENNEY CO PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO PFAFF BAKING CO W H POTTS JEWELER RAY E PRUSIA CO THOMPSONDEAN CO VANCE MUSIC CO MIER WOLF SONS
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