McDermott, Lola Opens New Used Thrifty Store 12 Apr 1946
Good Discards Featured At New Shopping Center THERE'S SOMETHING nearly, chased without proper consldera- consldera- new under the sun for Cincinnati's thrifty shoppers. It's called the Nearly New Shop. Opened this week at 2119 Grandln lid., by Lola McDermott Wiley and Dorothy Dohoncy Vlsser It already has proved the appeal of novelty In a marked increase In trafflo in that area. Inspired by similar shops in New York, St. Louis and other cities, this smartly decorated little mart with lis white and green color scheme pointed Up with shocking pink accessories, offers real values to shoppers who linger In comfort-ahle comfort-ahle comfort-ahle chairs flanked with pretty tables bearing assorted blooming plants. Long racks marking the full length of the shop on one side and colorful shelves opposite offer consignments consignments of adult and children's clothes. Most of the Items are nearly new, and all have been completely completely cleaned and renovated. "SHOPPERS' MISTAKES" are gaily featured as good items pur- pur- tion of the wardrobes with which they proved not to blend ... or hats, suits, frocks, coats or accessories accessories which failed to merit the complete endorsement of husbands end other critical members of the; household. Early shoppers this week found real bargains In silk and wool suits, print frocks, coats and other items which had been discarded because because they no longer fitted well original owners had gained or lost too much weight. A complete line of accessories suggested real buys In wardrobe accents. C HILDREN'S CLOTHES of various various sizes reflected the problems of parents whose youngsters grow too quickly to wear out good clothes. Accessories provide many items missing from Incomplete stocks In many stores today. Articles for sale at this shop will be received on consignment and sold at a price usually suggested by the original owner.