The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 3, 1961 · Page 11
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 11

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12 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 3, 1061 A Weekly Review of Ottawa's Business Firms Bond's Royal Cleaners All Car Coats and Jackets Water Repellent Royal Cleaners Is Your Clothes Best Friend! Have Your Clothes . . . Sanitone Cleaned FREE Pickup and Delivery 125 S. Main CH 2-1810 Slim Jim's Separates and Matching Tops Plain and Patterned in Corduroy. . .Wool and Cottons Toddlers' through 6X Girls'7 to 14 June's Infants' and Children's Wear 232 S. Main (former Fred KaispnvDrug location) "Dutch Boy" NALPLEX ... the one-stroke, one-coat interior flat finish that lets you paint like an expert. No brush marks, no lap marks — begins to dry instantly! Easy cleanup, too-just use soap and water! You'll find many nnart.colors to choose from. "Don't Put If Off . . Put on Nalplex" Walker's Wallpaper and Paint Shop 108 E. 2nd CH 2-4980 L. Western Auto - Introducing an entirely new concept in television DECORATOR CONVERTIBLE TV world's finest performing most beautiful 19" television The RIO • Modal H2125 New slim, advance styling with 2 front-firing speakers, dipole-telescoolna S±fl, n . a nf ? ld r V '? e ° Guard Tur ' et Tun P e?. 8 Spotlit*i Dial. Features 18,000 volts of cletur* power. Choice of Sand.lwood color or Sepia Brown color. Models from THI MOMENT YOU CHOOS1 Nationally Advertised . rtcarved DIAMOND RINGS Guoronf.ee/byf/). -Artcarved Value ^lan SATELLITE SET Engagement Ring Bride't Circlet $ 97.50 70.00 27.50 Budget Terms to Suit At any time, you can apply the lull current retail price (see guarantee) toward a larger ARTCARVED diamond ring at thousands of ARTCARVED jewelers in th* U.S.A. Beloved by Brides for Over 100 Veorj 'TndeMark ffinffs Enlarged la Shaw DtHil Prices Inc. FeJ. Tax. New Location . . . First door N. of Scott's CONSTELLATION SET $155.00 Engagement Ring $125.00 Bride's Circlet $ 30.00 BOYER'S JEWELRY Add a Professional Decorator's Touch to Your Draperies Now you can be your own decorator — and get the same results the professionals do ... and without costly mistakes. Sentinel fabrics have not only shopped the market to assemble the widest collection of fabrics and designs available but has gone one step further — they'll tailor them in their own workrooms to the exact specifications of your interiors. Out with the old...on with the newest, easiest, 'most advanced automatic portable in the world! What a Christmas present for the busy woman! It's easiest for everything from darning, to unlimited fancy stitches, from monogramming to straight stitches! No other automatic sewing machine in the world is so simple to operate, jot w versatile, only ?A QQ a month... "SMALL DOWN PAYMENT" NECCHI ELNA Sewing Circle 130 S. Main • Loden Green • White • Gold QUEEN'S SELF SERVICE SHOES 123 So. Main Twenty-Three Years Ago We Had Three Men With An Idea TODAY... We Have The Successful Ottawa Cooperative Ass'n In the fall of 1949 the Ottawa Cooperative existed as an idea in the minds 'of three local farmers. The following spring other interested farmers were called together for a meeting. Forty men were present at this first meeting, and they decided to proceed with organizing their own business, which is now known at the Ottawa Cooperative Association. On February 9, 1950, the charter for their organization was received. By May 15, 1950, 408 farmers had bought membership in the new organization by buying common shares with a value of $50.00 per share. The success of the organization was further strengthened by sale of $100,000 of preferred stock to the farmers and businessmen of Franklin County. The Ross Milling Company was purchased on June 1, 1950; and was soon re-opened as the Ottawa Cooperative Association. After their initial investment, there was cash on hand of less than $5,000 to purchase inventory. The first year was considered a success because they handled over 175,000 bushels of wheat, which was far above their expectations. During their second year of operation, the profits of the first year were wiped out by a $20,000 loss from the 1951 flood. Since the BIG 1951 FLOOD the cooperative has had a steady growth, and now boasts a membership of 1,405, and 29 employees with salaries totaling $124,000. The assets are valued at $910,000. The cooperative paid local taxes of over $13,000 last year, which makes it one of the LARGEST tax-paying businesses in Ottawa. Last year sales of the organization were $240,000. This was made possible by meeting the specific needs of the farmers, and by carrying a large inventory of approximately $173,000. This is quite an increase over their starting inventory of 1950. Last year the cooperative handled over a million bushels of grain, which was a considerable increase over the previous years. The growth of cooperatives in the world today is attributed to the following principles recognized and used by the first cooperative store in Rochdale, England in 1844. Open Membership One Member One Vole Limited Interest on Shares Patronage Refund on Purchases Sell for Cash at Market Prices Neutrality . . . Race, Religion, Politics Educate Constantly Expand Continuously John Satterfield, president of the American Bar Association, says, "A cooperative is one of the most powerful tools the farmer may use to free himself of economic pressures, and cooperatives form a necessary barrier to the flowing tide of government domination and possible elimination of free enterprise." Adv. EVERY EVENING MENU North American Hotel COFFEE SHOP Appetizers Tomato Juice $ .10 Grapefruit Juice 10 Fruit Cocktail 15 V-8 Juice 10 Soup Au Jour 15, large .25 Entrees Grilled Center Cut Pork Chops, cream gravy $ .90 American Fried Chicken, chicken gravy 90 Roast Loin of Pork, Apple sauce 90 Roast Sirloin of Beef 90 Grilled Minute Steak 90 Sea Foods Individual Fried Catfish, tartar sauce $1.25 French Fried New Orleans Shrimp, tartar sauce 1.25 Boneless Rainbow Trout, tartar sauce 1.35 Deep Fried Oysters, with Hot Sauce 1.25 Above Served with Choice of Two Vegetables — Salad Baked, French Fried or Whipped Potatoes Dinner Rolls and Butter Smorgasbord every Wednesday 5:00 to 8:00 P.M. All you can eat $1.60—drinks & dessert incl. BRISCOE DRUG STORE • Hallmark Cards • Gifts • Stationery • School Supplies • Prescriptions "Your Friendly Family Drug Store" Open 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sundays — 8:00 to 10:00 a.m.; 2:00 to 10:00 p.m. CH 2-4133 We've Got It! FOOT LONG with CHILI Taste Tempting Foot Long Hot Dog Drenched with Our Own Famous Chili and Fresh Bun. Only 30c WILLIAMS' DAIRY CREME You enjoy yourself at the "CREME" because that's where your friends eat. CH 2-9730 1644 S. Main WEDNESDAY Is COLOR DAY U.S.A. See the Wonder of Color TV on RCA VICTOR So real, you have to see it to believe it! FREE: Color TV Serving Tray. See All Your Favorite TV Shows Plus the WORLD SERIES in Color. CRITES 419 S. Main Body Shop Appliance Center Conoco Service CH 2-3700 A NEW DRIVEWAY NOW! Make your drive a permanent welcome mat of good looks and easy maintenance. Use economical ready-mix concrete for the best results. Call us for your free estimate today! CEMENT BRICK Products Company Gordon Daugharthy — Lawrence Ogg Phone CH 2-1045 745 N. Locust, Ottawa, Kan.

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