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Perth Amboy evening news. [volume] (Perth Amboy, N.J.) 1903-1959, October 01, 1921, FINAL EDITION, Image 10

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. Frank P. Walsh, counsel to Sim
Fein, photographed on his returr
from Ireland. He said prospects foi
Irish freedom are brighter now that
, ever. »
ft .Mr. and Mrs. John Stultz and the
■ former's son, Harold, left for their
■ new home in St. Petersburg. Fla.,
■ Friday, making the trip l>y automo
B bile, and stopping at various points
El of interest enroute. Prior to their
B departure for their new home Mr.
■ and Mrs. Stuliz were given a fare
B well party by Mr. and Mrs. William
^lA. Ewing, which was attended by a
^Bnumber of their friends.
|^ft Mr. and W h W illiam Dryden of
|HAabury 1'iii'kAh • spending at veral
IMdays with thtBitl- r's brother, Tlico
^Bdcn Kelsey, Bid wife. Mr. and Mrs.
■^■frydon and Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey rx
|f^Kect to take a trip to Atlantic City
^ft,r a short slay prior to the return
BHf Mr. and Mrs. lfryden to their
^Pomc. Mr. I'ryden. who is an ofli
of the .stainiiae), company, is
^^Bnioving his annual vacation.
fMrs. Harold G. Smith and
Therese, of Atlantic City,
quests of Mr. and Mrs, J.
;uck this week,
saay night the Kpwortli
Calvary M. K. church will
its of the Bpworth League
awan church at Matawan.
e prayer service was held
me of Daniel M. Decker,
those who attended the
f the Monmouth County
Society at Red Bank, on
ifternoon, were Gilbert T.
, Mrs. L. Brower Walling.
Sands. Mrs. A. M. Brown.
'. B. Reynolds and Mrs.
kmouth County Sunday
petition held at Ocean
t. Paul's M. K. ch.urch, on
vas attended by a number
iry M. Id. church includ
O. Brow n, Mrs. T. Walter
s. S. P. Dey. Mrs. Thomas
i and Rev. A. C. Brady,
omas Morrison of New
the guest of relatives in
h on Thursday,
lay afternoon the Guild of
led church will meet with
r S. Van Buskirk.
alar monthly meeting of
[' Aid of the Reformed
be held Wednesday night
lal picnic of the Reformed
tool will be held on the
lunds this afternoon.
Harry West has returned from an
extended tour of the New Kngland
The borough has been well repre
sented at the Trenton fair every day
this week.
The sewing school or the Ketormea
church will meet on Wednesday aft
ernoon, supervised by Mrs. Andrew
Dykstra and Mrs. Peter Van liixoort.
Mrs. F. W. Tilton of Third street,
has been confined to her home for
several days with illness.
Plans for the block dance to be
given on Thursday evening of next
week by the Hook and Ladder com
pany's auxiliary are progressing. A
number of attractive features will
take place in connection with the
block dance.
Mrs. M. Lester Terry entertained
a number of friends at cards on
P Thursday evening In honor of her
j guest, Mrs. Charles J. Durr of New
[Haven. Conn. Five hundred was
enjoyed and the prize winners wrcre
Mise Helen Osborn and Mrs. Paul G.
IJCimmerraann. During the social
hour following Mrs. Durr rendered a
number of charming solos and Mrs.
Durr and Mrs. Terry gave a number
af duets. The sening of an elabor
! ate supper c included the evening’s
i enjoyment. Those ptesent were Mrs.
.tosie A. Hoff. Mrs. Rufus O. Wall
i lng. Mrs. N. Hodgson Rnsevear, Mrs.
j Paul G. Jtlinmermann. Miss Annie L.
Tilton. Mi s Helen Osborn. Mrs.
• Charles J. Durr and Mrs. M. Lester
| Terry.
Electrical Scalp and Face Massage
Derma Plasla ami Bondlla Massage
Office hours Mon..Wed„ Krl. 1-6 P. M.
Tues.. Th'irs., Sat 1-8 P. M.
Board of Trade Bldg., Boom 714
Phone 1644 Perth Amboy. N. J.
try the new gray hair
Permanently banishes Gray Hair
In 15 minutea at
175 Smith St.. Raritan Building
Tel. 184? l.'cqMUbp.i ve- >s
A. A. G. O.
Organist St. Peter's Church,
no. Organ and Vocal Instruction,
ddreaa St. Peter's Tai isli House
Rector Street.
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Begins N ext
<JSo that all may know of the tre- li
mendous merchandising movement ^
to begin next Monday at the Gimbel
Store, this advance notice is put forth.
This Is Ike Gimbtl Sion. Reacted directly, under coder, by
Broadway Subway. Seventh Avenue Subway. Hudson Tubes.
Pennsylvania Station. Long Island Trains. Sixth Avenue Elevated.
flit is the culmination of thirty weeks of intense effort on the part of an
organization famous for its supremacy in the distribution of vast lots of goods,
fl Purchases aggregating millions of dollars are involved, fl Nothing so vast
has been attempted here before though ten great Birthday Sales have pre
ceded this one. fl Every need of the individual, every requirement of the
nome has been provided tor in our mercnan- *
dising plan, Quality has been the standard
of our purchases. And the prices at which all
merchandise will be offered are so low as to
be entirely out of proportion to the worth of
the goods. <1 Our organization is keyed up to
an enthusiasm hitherto unapproached. <1 The
display and demonstration of merchandise in
the store will be unusually attractive and the
arrangement of the new stocks with the new
scheme of decoration will be a revelation to I
both old and new friends. <1 The message of J
the sale is being spread to the far points of 1
the shopping territories of New York. I
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<J Sunday we shall list some of the offerings.
<1 They will demonstrate that nothing should
interfere with your attendance on the opening
days of the sale. Throughout October, the j
Birthday Month, come to this store at every J
opportunity. The daily offerings will be J
sensational. ;
We Wish to Record at this
Time a Word of the Im
portant Accomplishments
of the Current Year.
It is a well known fact that Gimbels has been a tre
mendous factor in the establishment of the new
and lower price levels prevailing in New York today.
And it is equally well known in the mercantile j
world that Gimbels is one of the few stores that has
succeeded in keeping its sales volume well ahead of
any previous year. Nor has this aggressiveness pro
duced benefits to the community only in lowered
prices for, due to it, the employment of thousands
has been assured—a larger organization has been
acquired—and no salaries have been reduced.
During the past year the entire store has been redecorated,
refurbished and renovated. The street floor has been
entirely remodeled. A marble floor has been laid. Sections
have been re-arranged. Spacious aisles have been made.
New service features have been installed—everything is like
new. Upwards of a half million dollars has been spent in
improvements—all for the betterment of our daily service
to our customers.
Since the last Birthday Sale, Gimbels has acquired and
disposed of the retail stocks of two great old commercial
institutions. New York will well remember the sale of the
stocks of that fine old china and glass store of Higgins fit
Seiter on 37th Street and the sales of the stocks of America’s
most fa us Oriental store—Vantinc’s of Fifth Avenue. It
is interes..ng to note in this connection that insofar as possi
ble Gimbels has duplicated the stocks of these two businesses
and maintains now for the clientele of these two old 6tores
assortments comparable to those which were carried by
Higgins 8c Seiter and Vantine’s.
With a full realization of which accomplishments, the store
puts forth as a celebration for the Eleventh Birthday o: its
coming to New' York

Gimbels Greatest Sale
Next M o n d a y y
October Third
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