A handful of scenes from a typical Zayre store, circa 1968. The first shows a couple of well-dressed folks shopping the health and beauty aids department. Just seeing the Listerine display on the end cap brings back the taste of the stuff. (Not necessarily bad in my opinion, just unique. And very strong.) Listerine was one of the heaviest advertised products of the late 60's/early 70's, with a multitude of TV ads featuring their famous medicinal claim tag line - "Kills millions of germs - on contact". Later on, they were forced to trim back the "germ-killing" claim to just those germs that cause bad breath. Oh, well.
The second and third photos show the menswear department, with an array of Fiesta Ware colored shirts (second photo, lower left) among other fine clothing items.