Miller’s Store


Improvement Program At Business

House Is Completed

Submitted by Peggy A. Wells

Extensive improvements which have been under way for the past two weeks at the T. J. Miller grocery and meat market at Third and Vernon streets, have been completed.

The entire interior of the store has been repainted a beautiful shade of ivory. The meat department has been moved to the rear of the store, where two large Frigidaire counters assure the meat being kept in perfect condition at all times. New shelving has been installed.

The new shelving is low, placing the goods displayed within easy reach of the housewife. Self-service is a feature which any purchaser will enjoy at the Miller market. The front of the store has been repainted in aluminum.

Ironton Tribune, 5 August 1932, Friday, Page 9.