the new First National supermarket, located on the corner of Cottage and Central Street, Norwood, fronting the Town Square. The market, designed to conform to and enhance other Town Square buildings, boasts the latest In ultra modem market merchandising design in its interior. Harry Korslund was the architect.

Blazing with lights, its many food departments are marked by colored signs and stocked with a wide variety of fresh merchandise, manned by a staff of expert food men in the various lines, first national stores opens its new supermarket at the corner of Cottage and Central Streets, Norwood, on May 22nd.

This New England organization of over 13,000 people has drawn upon its every resource to give the food-buying public of this community a food service that will benefit every family.

There are special departments for meat and fish, groceries, bakery foods, creamery products, t, and coffee, and other foods housed in a new and modern store space which has been planned throughout for the full comfort and convenience of the shopper, with convenient and economical self-service in the grocery department.

wide isles, the latest and best in lighting equipment, display cases of glass and stainless steel, refrigeration for all cases displaying meats and fish, well-planned ventilation for the entire store, and ample aisle space are among the many features which make this new food market one of the outstanding stores and this shopping area.

The manager of the grocery department in the new store will be Patrick R. Cronin, and P. R. Keith will head the meat department.

(All articles were originally published in the Norwood Messenger unless otherwise noted)