When the American people were
faced with the problem of safely occupying an additional amount of leisure time, the L. A.
Vitoire Company offered a solution.
By developing and promoting a greatly neglected and almost forgotten American institution,
we placed ourselves among pioneers in this social movement.
Our products are peers in their line, and were popular even before we improved them. Now
that we have made them more attractive and added value to a line which was dying out for
want of new material, we find that people love to spend hours using them.
We are proud to say that not one of our many thousand customers between Plentywood,
Montana and Skowhegan, Maine, have ever expressed dissatisfaction with our products.
Many people scoffed at the idea that these products would relieve a situation which
confronted the citizenry of this country.
Despite the ridicule of his friends, Mr. Vitoire started this movement, which has done
more for farmer relief and the pleasant use of spare time than any other in America. None
has been so great or universal.
We offer you this line in the hope that it will furnish you complete relief and
THE L. A. VITOIRE COMPANY
© 1935 by Brown and Bigelow, St. Paul
Minnesota "Remembrance Marketing".
By William Royal Greer with embellishments by Charles E. Calder.
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