The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on January 5, 1958 · Page 100
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 100

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V" SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1958- THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR -SEC. 7 PACE 13 Florist OUIt HOth YEAH i Keystone j. 622 SOUTH KEYSTONE AVE. INDIANAPOLIS 3, INDIANA vmerOa Diamonds FINE JEWELS ENGAGEMENT RINGS WEDDING RINGS MANUFACTURING J. C. SIPE 418 Merchants Bank Bldq. ME 7-3521 IiIUeihubh 50 Stores Operated By Hook Drugs Inc. STAR and NEWS Quick-Action WANT ADS Get Fast Results Hook Drugs Inc., operators of 50 stores throughout Indiana, has grown at nearly a store-a-year pare since 1900 and has a goal of 75 stores by I960. A. F. (Bud) Hook, son of the founder, is president and Edward J. F. Roesch, whose father was general manager of the chain, is vice-president of the rapidly-expanding firm of drug stores. Hook's father, John A. Hook, opened the first store on the corner of South East and Prospect streets in 1900 and was joined by Roesch who took over management of the second store, located at 356 East Washington Street. UNDER THE joint leadership of the two men the chain grew' from an Indianapolis operation to'a state-wide chain of stores. Although vast changes in the drug store business have taken place over the years. Hook and Roesch followed their fathers' ideal keeping Sfli 66 YEARS OF SERVICE TO INDIANA and SURROUSDING STATES Our t hanks to the CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING YOU THROUGH THESE 66 YEARS. Thanks fo Our OVER 400 GENERAL ELECTRIC LAMP AGENTS SERVED BY OUR LAMP DIVISION WE RECOMMEND RUSCO WINDOWS & DOORS MADE BY THE WORLD.'S LARGEST AND OLDEST MANUFACTURER OF WINDOWS RUSCO of INDIANA DIV. SANBORN ELECTRIC CO. 333 W. WALNUT, ST. The Sanborn Electric Co. 311 N. ILLINOIS ST., 333 W.-WALNUT ST., INDIANAPOLIS ?8,2hed 333 N. FRUITRIDGE, TERRE HAUTE, IND.-102$ MAIN ST, LAFAYETTE, IND. Ej,f8h' the prescription department the heart of the stores has been perpetuated and interwoven into the fabric of modern merchandising. Hook and Roesch are both registered pharmacists and have worked their way through the various echelons of the business. The company now has more than 1,000 employes and an annual advertising budget of more than $325,000. IN THE EARLY days of the chain, Hook said, the pharmacist actually manufactured as well as dispensed drugs using natural remedies such as plants, roots and leaves which were then popular in the cure or relief of illness. Later, pharmaceutical houses began to take over more and more of medicines that had been compounded by the druggists as a means of bringing about standardization of the quality and effectiveness of the drugs. Natural result of this trend, Hook said has been the development of larger drug stores to handle the constantly growing number of drugs land pharaceuticals being produced. Tanner & Co. Leads Sheet Metal Field Eighty continuous years in i business, the sheet metal firm ' of Tanner & Co. originally im-i ported tin plate from Wales under the name of Tanner, Sullivan and Talbot, i That was in 1877. The late : George C. Tanner acquired ! one of the founder's interests j in 1904, and changed the com-I pany's name to its present 1 identification. In fact, the firm 1 manufactured pieced tinware ! for a period of years before the advent of stamping machines made the process obso- lete. SHIFTING TO sheet metal : later, the company also en- gaged in the steel warehous- ing business from 1934 until : the division was sold to the V. J. Holliday Division of . Jones & Laughlin Corporation. Since that time, fabrication of sheet metal items for the building industry has been emphasized and the firm has he-come the largest industry of its type in Indiana. Prospects for a continuation of the highly successful business throughout 1958 are promising, according to Henry C. Thomson, who has headed the firm since 1918. nnrf NPA'S Ovick-AliM W-inf AOS 'cury vnuf lain msng. M b ggst renri'ng nuH'r-r rn In- th0- ' lib f-'ZiS' .a-ka Hiii'tiHiniiiffiiriftirrn iiuinAnMiWiwr ifr-r-m A Y' -' mMmtvnummmmreMmmn OmiKIiJ ''There's more new here than steel and stone!" lAYS ClAIENCt A. JACKSON, PRESIDENT, AMERICAN UNITE0 LIFE INSUIANCI COMPANY "There's a tingle of excitement, here . . . based on new ideas, new policies, new ambitions, new enthusiasms and capable, new young specialists in our various departments. "There are new sales records, too. For example, a 61 increase in 1957 over 1956, following a 367, increase in 1956 over 1955. "This is the dynamic atmosphere in which we approach 1958 ... a year in which we expect to write the greatest chapter in our 8 1 -year history! "Our new structure, now arising, is far more than a much-needed addition. It's testimony of past and present growth ... a symbol of further gains th future holds for American United. "Indiana's oldest life insurance company, American United, is 'The Company with the Partnership Philosophy.' This philosophy represents a way of living which we enjoy, in common, with our policyholders and associates. "You might be interested in knowing about one or more types of insurance listed below. Write us." AMERICAN UNITED LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HOME OFFICE 30 WEST FALL CREEK PARKWAY INDIANAPOLIS . INDIANA ah ofoiNAy rr foMS. n?'ii owiws tow net cost specials; iiniouf. juvfnuF; Guntip iN5uANr.tr '"four pftipfmi.nt- pennon T PUS'S, NCN CANCHIAP il P-SAW'TYi GUARANTEED PENEWAPLF MAIOP M5DICAI: Cl'APANirro HENtWABtE HSPiTAl 4 SUSGiCAU SPfCIAl'STI IN SUBSTANDARD UNDER RiTINC- REINSURANCE. Spickelmier's Reviews Growth Since 1907 Spiekelmier Industries Inc., which started hand-producing concrete block in 1907, has expanded over the years into a manufacturer, d stributor, wholesaler, broker and retailer in the commercial, industrial and residential markets. The firm, located at 1100 East 52d Street, has emphasized "quality" throughout its history and at the same time has worked toward lowering construction costs for its customers. SPICKELMIER'S guide of "service" is evident throughout the organization with a co-ordinated team within the firm offering aid in the proper use and application of products to assure maximum results for the customer. The quality guide also is evi- ' dent in the firm's manufactur- ; ing process and choice of new product lines with constant ; tests being made to assure maintenance of highest quality in manufacturing methods and resulting products. To give customers the high-grade building materials and maximum service, Spiekelmier maintains membership in national and local organizations ; to keep abreast of new meth ods, procedures and products in the field of masonry. ORGANIZATIONS to which the firm belongs include the National Concrete Masonry Association, the National Association of Home Builders, Portland Cement Association, Marion County Residential Builders Inc., Unit Masonry Association and the Indianapolis Real Estate Board. The firm is planning another display for the 1958 Indianapolis Home Show which will show the various uses and textures of masonry. C. &G. POTTS & CO. 816 Washington Ave. Indianapolis Established 1883 ME 7-2535 H. D. CAYLOR, Pres. and Treai. FREDERICK M. ANTIBUS JR., Manager Gray Iron, HiTen, Semi-Steel and Alloy Iron Castings Brick and Clayworking Machinery General Machinist, New and Repair Member ol Gray Iron Founders Society Member of National Founders Association Concealing Gown Started B'vanl Firm Maternity dresses were unknown in 1904 when a then 20-year-old New York widow, supporting herself and a small son as a seamstress, created a concealing tea gown for one of her customers. From that humble beginning, the present Lane Bryant Company which now has retail stores in all principal cities and its Mail Order Division at 752 East Market Street in Indianapolis was born. SINCE THAT FIRST DRESS to eleminat.e social seclusion for expectant mothers, the firm has dedicated itself to the sizing of clothing that will fit special or different types of women. It seeks to dress them in the latest of fashion, while providing maximum value. f -J! f -A NT -4. lAJLfl foJL Wiiin iSc iliJTiwiir.fiiciife SINCE 1888 Founded in 1833 and dedicated to the principles of friendly end satisfactory service to our customers . . . We now serve four generations of Indianapolis families . . . We are proud of this record. Our 69 years of friendly and satisfactory service to the community are your assurance that this creed will be our guide always. (ORIGINATORS OF M10-PAY PLAN") 6 Ways to Shop 10-PAY PLAN EASY PAY PLAN PAY CASH 30-DAY CHARGE LAYAWAY BUDGET PLAN OFFICE 2ja U 11 NTESIORS- " li 1 ' ' 'l , ' '''' ' f ;.rl U3& " ' j . . , '"Ml " 1 M, i " , ' f ' W '' ' , i r . t t f ,-,iHr ' ' 1 .FOR MORE THAN A CENTURY G$tt ietc-u OF DISTINCTION rwi all o cu fo all c qw- a izfcfKf, and W illiam B. Burford Printing Company 603 Eajt Washington Strfet MEi.rose 5-7301 ii i Ji miiiii jjiiAiiiii urt ii 'ii'i wnarAnHiriflr4i4i4rlii ijiVirffc rtiA it'i itH lti..i 1 if ijtimf nfrfii trtn tftmiifln iinT intXir if wfwi riig'HiTfrijiTibwiJl ri ! liiiiJtiiw:rrra irir im wr1hirfJki3rirtfUiiiii i 1

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