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IS studio cordially
invites the trade to
can and view their line
of distinctive designs
for wallpaper and
GEORGIANA STUDIO OF DESIGN
Thelma M. Burrows,
Stylist, Designer, Director,
295 Madison Avenue, New York
In Philadelphia at Gimbel's, Harry Gregory has re
signed as drapery buyer, and M. Herwitt comes from
Detroitwhere he held a similar post with Crowley,
Milner and Co.to succeed Mr. Gregory.
And out in Detroit, M. Herwitt is replaced by K.
Winslow, who leaves his position as buyer of wallpaper
for Crowley, Milner. Martin Haas returns to this store
and resumes his previous function of wallpaper buying.
From Lynn, Massachusetts, comes the good news that
John H. Cosgrove, Jr., owner of the J. D. Brooks Com
pany, interior decorators, and one of the best known
wallpaper men in New England, has entirely recovered
from an illness of considerable duration, is "back on the
job 100%, with three large contracts started, and"—
continuing to quote his own enthusiastic words"feels
that 193S will be one of the best years the firm has ever
C. E. Whitmore, formerly assistant to Paul L. Henlein,
manager of the Washington, D. C., store of W. J.
Sloane Co., has become manager upon Mr. Henlein's
resignation. Mr. Henlein had been in charge of this
store for about a year. Previously he was for two years
with Lord Taylor after three years with Montgomery
out the egg shells, the displayman covered the holes
with tissue tape, then threaded the eggs, holding them
in place with a few drops of glue at each end.
In the other window the displayman showed a revolv
ing pyramid of eggs. This pyramid, made of white
cardboard, was completely covered with eggs, one
standing on top of the other and a lone egg perched on
the apex. What prevented the eggs from falling off
the revolving pyramid? Simple as saying. The dis
playman placed a few drops of glue at the intersections
of the pointed ends. To make the trick effective, white
eggs and white underlining must be used. A ledge at
the bottom of the pyramid served as a support for the
vertical rows of eggs.
On January Sth, Harry L. Fay, buyer of draperies,
upholstery fabrics and domestic floor coverings with
Stix, Baer Fuller Co., St. Louis, was succeeded by
Nathan Levy for the first two lines and by F. Reinmann
for floor coverings. Mr. Fay's plans will not be an
nounced for a fortnight.
At the Permanent Exhibition of Decorative Arts and
Crafts (PEDAC) on the 10th floor of the RCA Build
ing in Rockefeller Center, New York, space has been
leased by Alexander Smith Sons of Yonkers, N. Y„
for the exhibition of broadloom carpeting, and by Cam-
Engraved Copper Rollers for Printing Engraved Steel Rollers for Embossing
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