The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 10, 1961 · Page 10
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 10

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, October 10, 1961
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W THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 10, 1961 A Weekly Review of Ottawa's Business Firms It's BOYER'S for . . . Name Brand Merchandise WATCHES Hamilton . $45.00 up Elgin $19.95 up Bulova . . $24.75 up Timex $6.95 up Artcarved Diamonds $37.50 up Wedding Rings $10.00 up SILVERWARE and STAINLESS Gorham - Community - Holmes and Edwards - 1847 Rogers - International CHINA: Castleton and Royal Jackson RED WING POTTERY Melmac by Lenox and Community SHOP and COMPARE To beat our prices you have to take inferior or discontinued merchandise. BOYER'S JEWELRY N. of Scott's Store CH 2-1784 New Necchi Julia's Micro-Electro Control sfarts, sews, stops all by itself! You Need Never Make a Sewing Mistake Again! Albright's NECCHI - ELNA Sewing Circle 130 S. Main N1CCHI "' So many busy steps you'll take this fall—so take them prettily and comfortably in this handsome medium wedge heel casual that's crepe-soled for comfort, *' dlrape - gentled for style. Tan or black leather. Only $ 4.99 QUEEN'S SELF SERVICE SHOES 123 So. Main The Perfect Drink For Cool Fall Days HOT CHOCOLATE lOc Rich creamy chocolate topped with marshmallow served, steaming hot. Beat the Bad Weather with Our Courteous Curb Service. Week Days — 5 Till Closing Sat. and 1 Sunday — All Day. WILLIAMS' DAIRY CREME You enjoy yourself at the "CREME" because that's where your friends eat. CH 2-9730 1644 S. Main CUP THIS COUPON SAVE $1 RCA WHIRLPOOL GAS DRYER Bring in this Coupon and Save CRITES 419 S. Main Body Shop Appliance Center Conoco Service CH 2-3700 SMORGASBORD Every Wednesday 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. North American COFFEE SHOP — MENU — Bar-B'-Q' Ribs Standing Beef Roast Shrimp Large Selection of Salads Choice of Vegetables Choice of Desserts from Dessert Bar All You Con Eat $ 1.50 Mrs. Gordon Bond is shown above preparing garments for delivery while Wanda Tarpy at the right is pressing a shirt First Anniversary of Harsh Brothers as Owners of Bond's Royal Cleaners This month marks the first anniversary of Don and Dean Harsh as co-owners of Bond's Royal Cleaners. They bought the business from the Marvin Bonds who moved to Colorado. Don joined the staff at Bond's in 1949 and remained two years. He was employed at Welch Cleaners in Wichita for 6 years and during this period he entered National Institute of Cleaning. Just before coming to Ottawa he was managing a cleaning establishment in St. Joseph, Mo. Dean Harsh, Don's brother, was with Bond's from 1948 through 1955. At this time he purchased the Modern Cleaners in St. Joseph, Mo. which he still owns and operates. Dean is married to By Vivian Harder, Adv. Staff the former Bonnie Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown, Ottawa, and they have two children, Kathy, 7, and Robby, 3. Don and his wife, Imogene, are the active partners in the business here and make their home at 617 North Cedar. They have a daughter, Joyce, who is a senior in Ottawa High and a son, Mark, 2V6 years old. They are members of the First Methodist Church. Recalling a humorous incident, if it can be considered humorous, Don tells of a note he found pinned to a dress brought in by a college girl which read as follows: "These spots are tears, please remove." Bond's Royal Cleaners switched entirely to the Sanitone Dry Cleaning Service several years ago and Don sincerely feels it far surpasses any process. It is designed to leave all fabrics with a beautiful, soft finish. Also a popular and vital part of this business is their men's shirt laundry and finishing. Don points out that every article of dry-cleaning is personally checked by him before it is delivered. He feels that every customer has the right to expect the best possible service and they make every effort to see that he gets it. All work is fully guaranteed. The present personnel consists of 8 persons, 3 women and 5 men, all of whom have been with them several years. They are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bond, Wanda Tarpy, Neva Fuller, Sam Pacheco, Art Prue, Lewis Buck and Joe McAuley, and of course, Mr. and Mrs. Don Harsh. If the enthusiasm for one's business is a yardstick of success . . . Don has it made! He readily admits he has always been in the dry cleaning business and is perfectly happy to keep it that way. Adv. 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 HEADY-MIX WE MIX TO ORDER AND DELIVER! Save time, labor and money! We mix concrete to your specifications and deliver right to your door. If your job calls for ready-mix concrete, call us! Free estimates! CEMENT BRICK Products Company Gordon Daugharthy — Lawrence Ogg Phone CH 2-1045 745 N. Locust, Ottawa, Kan. Boys' CORDUROY PANTS and KNIT SHIRTS (matching or separates) Sizes to Toddlers' thru 7'$ Boys' Sheep's-Head Coat Sweaters, Sizes 2 thru 6X Pullovers, Sizes 4 to 6X June's Infants' and Children's Wear 232 S. Main (former Fred Kaiser Drug location) NEW Wallpapers Just received between 50 and 60 new patterns in: * Semi-Plains * Florals These are Wallpapers designed for today's living. . .whether modern or contemporary. Come in today for best selections. Walker's Wallpaper and Paint Shop 108 E. 2nd CH 2-4980 Western Auto - Introducing an entirely new concept in telev/voi ALL HEW 1962 DECORATOR CONVERTIBLE TV world's finest performing most beautiful 19" television The MIO • Model H2125 New slim advance styling with — fn f to± fll S5- 1 5r:!i!^. <ll 5'?L'- tol «».«>p | "« Models from 169 95 w -wv wuaiuiurrciiunQr, » *„»,*, r> k ,' .o res 18 .°00 volts of picture V power. Choice of Sandalwood color or Sepia Brown color. Storage Available We have LOCAL STORAGE AVAILABLE for SOY BEANS which will net the producer $2.14 per bu. LOCAL STORAGE available for MILO for those of you who are not eligible for Government Loan but do not want to sell at the present market. GOVERNMENT STORAGE AVAILABLE in Kansas City for MILO which will net the producer approximately $1.80 CWT. Ottawa ASSOCIATION 302 N. Main Ph. CH 2-5170

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