William C. Grunow - Presto-Times - notices

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William C. Grunow - Presto-Times - notices 
01.Nov.09 22:04

Ernst Erb (CH)
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Here what we know from the periodical "Presto-Times" in October, 1930, page 16:

Don M. Compton is now general manager and assistant to President William C. Grunow at the
Grigsby-Grunow Co., 5801 Dickens avenue, Chicago. The new general manager was formerly in a similar capacity with the United States Radio & Television Co.

Here what we know from the periodical "Presto-Times" in March 1931, page 17 called "Radios":

William C. Grunow, who recently resigned from the presidency of the Grigsby-Grunow Co., Chicago, is expected back in the city in a few days from his resting-place at Phoenix, Ariz. The headquarters
that were established before his departure at suite 563, LaSalle-Wacker Building, 221 North La Salle
street, Chicago, present a lively and business-like appearance, for those having offices with him include
Herbert E. Young, formerly general sales manager of the Grigsby-Grunow Co.; James J. Davin, formerly
sales promotion manager; Dr. J. D. Jordan, tube engineer; Sidney L. Arneson, personal aide to
Mr. Grunow; A. C. Winnan, formerly purchasing agent; F. A. Delano, formerly head of the Majestic
Sales School; M. W. Kenney, refrigerator engineer; Harry Bailey, assistant to Mr. Young; and Charles
Henry, formerly assistant to Mr. Grunow in production matters. Soon after Mr. Grunow gets back it is
understood, he will start manufacturing radios on an extensive scale, for plans are being laid for a very
active enterprise.

The Grigsby-Grunow Co. and the Majestic Household Utilities Corporation consolidation has been ratified by the stockholders of both concerns, and this action seems to have been taken to the satisfaction and success of all concerned.

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