An October 9, 1971 print ad showing some of the merchandise available at the local Valu-Mart store. The latest fashions, such as mini-dresses and flared pants, are currently on sale.
Advert from The Spokane Spokesman Review
Between the mid-1960s and early '70s, The Houston-based Globe discount chain had something of an identity crisis. Stores in the same states were promoted as either Globe Discount City or Globe Shopping City. This inexplicable, and perplexing, dual branding had been corrected by the late 1970s, when stores were known as simply "Globe".