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den Upholstery Shop, Inc., of 316 East 61st Street, New
York, to show drapery and upholstery.
Abe Diamond, for 14 years with L. Klein of Chicago,
has just gone to the Boston store in Milwaukee to buy
rugs, draperies and curtains.
The Hunter store in Anderson, Indiana, is about to
open a wallpaper department, leased and operated by
George L. Jones, who will be local agent for Niagara
Blue Ribbon and Aristocrat papers.
January saw the death of two important figures
in the carpet industry and trade: Samuel Horner,
aged 93, former president of Horner Brothers
Carpet Company of Philadelphiaand Allen P.
Mear, who had been for ten years Eastern sales
manager of Klearflax Linen Rug Company, and
before that had represented Butler Brothers in
Herbert Ryan, who has been assistant buyer of the
furniture department for Abraham Straus, Brooklyn,
and previous to that was assistant buyer of the drapery
department for the same store, succeeds Norman J.
Turk, who has just resigned, as buyer for the curtain
and drapery department. There is rumor that Mr. Turk
is going to Gimbels, New York.
The Charles P. Cochrane Company of Philadelphia
is moving its Indianapolis offices from the Century
Building to larger spaceabout 3,500 square feeton
the third floor of the John W. Murphy Building at 24
East Georgia Street. The new quarters of the same
company in Buffalo, on Main and Eagle Streets, at the
Gerrans Building, will be in charge of Harold Kracht,
succeeding H. M. Griffin, resigned. Mr. Kracht has been
selling for the Buffalo Linoleum Company, and for ten
years was with Clawson Wilson of Buffalo.
In the downstairs store at Bloomingdale's, New York,
as of February 1st Ralph Chipurnoi assumes the mer
chandising of draperies, curtains, floor coverings, and
lamps in addition to his functions as divisional merchan
dise manager of home furnishings.
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