Pitch perfect: paper

As the Pitch Perfect series continues, we today feature a collection of 1949 advertising slogans used to market paper products, from stationery to paper cups and facial tissues, and, oddly enough, also a number of writing implements.

Absorbent soft white toilet tissue, The (ScotTissue).
All that the name implies (Stationers Loose Leaf Co.).
All write with a Waterman (Ideal Fountain Pen).
All write with a Waterman Ideal Fountain Pen … all wrong if you don’t.
Always correct (Eaton Paper Corp.), Pittsfield, Mass.
Always makes good printing better (Northwest Paper Co.).
Always sharp, never sharpened (Eversharp pencil), Wahl Co.
Always write all ways (Sheaffer Pen Co.).
America’s best cartons (Sefton Mfg. Corp.).
An international value (International paper Co.).
Any mail for me? (Eaton Paper Co.).
Aristocrat of tissues, The (Golden Fleece Corp.).
Ask your printer, he KNOWS papers (Rising Paper Co.).

Balanced pencil, The (Swaberg Mfg. Co.).
Best known name in paper, The (Hammermill Paper Co.).
Best papers are made from rags, The (Coupon Bond).
Better paper, better printing (Warren’s).
Binder that grows with your business, The (Stationers Loose Leaf).
Both sides alike (Kleerfect paper).
Bow with the bow on top, The (Sitroux tissue).
Box with the famous cutting edge, The (Cutrite waxed paper).
Brain-built boxes (Milwaukee Paper Co.).

Chillicothe papers make the best impressions (Chillicothe Paper Co.).
Complete paper house, The (Chicago Paper Co.).
Constant excellence of product (paper), S. D. Warren Co.
Consult your printer (paper).
Correct writing paper, The (Eaton, Crane & Pike Co.).

Daddy of them all (Waterman’s), pen.
Delivers the goods (Pioneer Box Co.).
Do not ask for toilet paper, ask for ScotTissue.

Envelope is the first impression, The (Standard Envelope Mfg. Co.).
Every Eddy paper takes a good impression, makes a good impression.
Every pen pre-tested for instant touch and go (Venus).
Everything for the paper mill (Black-Clawson Co.).

Famous for generations (Eaton Paper Co.), Pittsfield, Mass.
Famous pencil with green and yellow plastips, The (Dixon).
Fast running (Whippet Bond), Hammermill Paper Co.
51 writes dry with wet ink (Parker 51 pen).
Fill with water, write with ink (Camel fountain pen).
First and last word in fountain pens, The (Waterman).
Fit any pocket, every pocketbook (autopoint pencil).
First name in American stationery, The (Puritan Stationery Co.).
Flat folded stationery (American Register Co.).
For better results, always use the best paper (Nekoosa Edwards Paper Co.).
For every occasion of social correspondence (White & Wyckoff Mfg. Co.).
For good business stationery (Uncle Sam Bond).
For pen-tied or pen-clever people (stationery), Wits End.
For the illustrated side, a coated paper, for the letter side, a bond paper (Standard Paper Mfg. Co.).
For those letters you owe (White & Wyckoff).
For use once by one user (Scott Paper).
For waxing satisfaction (Minerva Wax Paper Co.).
For your paper needs (Schlosser Paper Co.).
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Pitch perfect: musical instruments

As the Pitch Perfect series continues, we today feature a collection of 1949 advertising slogans that were used to market musical instruments.

Acknowledged the world’s best piano (Wm. Knabe & Co.)

Beautiful piano with a magnificent tone, A (Betsy Ross Spinet).
Beautiful piano with a magnificent name, A (Lester).

Canada’s biggest piano value (Sherlock-Manning). London, Ont.
Choice of the masters (organ), George Kilgen & Son.
Choose your piano as the artists do (Baldwin Piano).
Craftsmen built the Kurtsmann (piano).
Cultivate your musical bump (instruments), C. G. Conn, Inc.

Drum makers to the profession (Ludwig & Ludwig).
Drum standard of the world, The (Ludwig & Ludwig).

Easy to play (Gulbransen Co.), Chicago.
Easy to play, pay and carry (Clark Harp Mfg. Co.).

For everything musical (Street Music Co.), Kansas City, Mo.
For those friendly notes (White & Wyckoff Mfg. Co.), Holyoke, Mass.

Hammond is the largest-selling organ in the world, The.

If it’s a Steger, it’s the most valuable piano in the world.
Instrument of the immortals, The (piano), Steinway & Sons.
Instruments of quality by one family for 100 years (spinet), Story & Clark.
In tune with a tune (Ladd Ocarina), Hill, N. H.

Keyboard of the nation (Kimball piano).

Little piano with the big tune (Miessner Piano Co.), Milwaukee.

Made by masters, played by artists (Buescher Band Instrument Co.).
Made by the makers of the Hammon organ (Solovax), Piano attachment.
Master’s fingers on your piano, The (Auto-Pneumatic Action Co.).
Most valuable piano in the world, The (Steger & Sons).
Musical fun for everyone (Wurlitzer phonograph).

Name to remember in flutes, The (Armstrong).
No other instrument so richly rewards the efforts of the beginner (Hammond).

Piano of international fame, The (Steinway & Sons).
Popular as music itself (Pianos and player pianos), Winter & Co.

Rhythm magic in modern mood (Daum-Sanderson Orchestra).
Richest child is poor without a musical education, The.

School of achievement, The (Pizzitola Music Studios), Holyoke, Mass.
Serves you right (music distributors), Ashley.

Voice of the cathedrals, The (bells), Liberty Carillon.

We challenge comparison (Vose & Sons Piano Co.), Boston.
We teach, we don’t confuse (Pizzitola Music Studios).
Wholesale music center, The (Targ & Dinner).
With all the grace and beauty of its name (Minute Model Gulbransen Piano).
World’s most respected accordian (Nunziola).

You can bank on a Frank (trumpet), Wm. Frank Co., Chicago.
You can’t fool the microphone (string instruments), Lyon & Healey.
You can’t go wrong with a Feist song (Leo Feist, Inc.).