M. Goldberg's newer and better store is nearing completion and will be formally opened to the public in about two weeks. The store has undergone a thorough remodeling, from wall to wall. Much new space has been added to the already large store at the corner of Howard and Carrollton Avenue. The store of M. Goldberg is one of the most up-to-date and highest class shoe stores in this section of the state.
All along the side that is on Carrollton Avenue has been extended and beautiful and costly show windows have been installed for the entire length of the store. The windows are the very latest and most modern in plate glass show windows and afford a splendid opportunity for the proper showing of the fine shoes carried by the store. The windows within themselves are handsome to look upon, even though they had no merchandise in them.
The base of the show windows is formed by the combination of beautiful green tile and stone. The work on these windows is a work of art and make a splendid showing to the passing pedestrian or motorist.
Then the old front of the store which faces Howard Street, the windows have been remodeled to make a much better appearance than they did prior to the overhauling and rebuilding of the store. This gives M. Goldberg one of the most extensive show window spaces of any store of its kind in the Delta.
The interior of the whole store has been changed and made over. New decorations, new shelves, new furniture, new floors, new counters, new show cases and new machinery have been added to the store. Beautiful and handsome lighting fixtures will add charm to the new place.
The shoe repairing department will be apart from the store section and will have all new equipment for the best and most thorough methods of repairing fine shoes of all kinds. The very highest class shoe repairmen will be in charge of this department, insuring at all times work that will be satisfactory to everyone.
The full announcement of the opening will be made in the Commonwealth in due time.
From The Greenwood Commonwealth, July 29, 1929