The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 7, 1961 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

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THE OTTAWA HERAU) C Tuesday, November 7, 19tt ** A Weekly Review of Ottawa's Business Firms Enjoy This Tonite Pork Tenderloin Sandwich Fresh Pork Tenderloin served with crisp lettuce, tomato, pickle and catsup on a fresh bun. Only 35 Beat the Bad Weather with Our Courteous Curb Service. Week Days — 5 Till Closing Saturday and 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 CHRISTMAS Suggestions v Christmas Cards v Aprons v Tea Towels v Pillow Cases v Novelties Walker's Wallpaper and Paint Shop 108 E. 2nd CH 2-4980 Introducing JIM GILLETTE, our new Serviceman Jim and his family live at 534 Maple, and he has 5 years experience in Appliance service and repairs. See us for appliance service and repairs for all makes of washers, dryers, ranges, dishwashers, refrigerators and sweepers. CRITES 419 S. Main Body Shop Appliance Center Conoco Service CH 2-3700 ALL NEW 1962 NORTH AMERICAN COFFEE SHOP Remember . NOON BUFFET Except Sunday All You Con Eat 85c Smorgasbord, Wed., All You Can Eat $1.50 FISH NIGHT FRIDAY Shrimp . . . All You Can Eat $1.50 Announcement on New Dining Room Soy Neighbor WORRIED.. about keeping Milk Production up? There's no need to worry anymore. Dial CH 2-1045 and ask us about CONCRETE housing and feeding floors. CEMENT BRICK PRODUCTS CO. Ottawa, Kansas Bond's Royal Cleaners For the best in ... DRYCLEANING . Have your clothes Semitone Cleaned ONE DAY SERVICE FREE Pickup and Delivery 125 S. Main CH 2-1810 You'll find just the right dress for your little girl at June's A "Peppermint Store?"... No, It's 'JUNES by June Schultz Here we are in the retail business and no one could be more surprised than we. Of course, we had talked of this venture for years, but after we took the first step, it has gone so quickly that it has really taken us by storm. Although it is a family project, Red will continue to travel for New Holland Machinery Co. He works in the store on Saturday mornings so that I have that time off. He readily admits, however, that there is a difference between selling a baby dress and a hay baler. Doug, who is 15 and a sophomore at O.H.S. draws the job of janitor; he agrees with us that this is more suitable for him than selling infants or girls clothing. Sheri, now in Jr. High, is already in training for future use. She is not only our severest critic but also our very best customer. How we decided on a children's store, is something else again. First, we felt that since Ottawa draws such a large trade area, there should be enough business to support another store of this type. Secondly, since neither of us had ever done anything like this before, we thought we would be more qualified in the children's line. However, we have a lot to learn. The first time we attended the children's market in Kansas City, we both came away shaking our heads. That is when we first realized how little we really knew. But, we're learning and we're enjoying it. We've found lhat things just sort of work themselves out. For instance, our color scheme . . . friend suggested we cover our June Schultz straightens-up the baby gift counter. couch in red and white stripe. We like it so well we just went from there. Now we've been called the "red and while" store . . . the one we like best is "the peppermint store " And, speaking of friends, we will be forever grateful for the help and suggestions they've given us. The merchants have been wonderful to us and given us a lot of tips that might have taken us months to find out for ourselves. We have had our problems and our share of laughs, and we anticipate many more of both but hope that you'll stop in to do your gift, as well as, family shopping with us. Our sixes range from infants to size 7 in boys' and through size 14 in girls'. A fev. sul>teens have started to come in but we are waiting to see how they work out. We have a hobby horse to entertain the younger set, while a high chair on wheels is available for the smaller ones; tliis, we feel, will keep the youngster occupied while you do your shopping for now and Christmas. We are looking forward to your visit in our store. If I happen to be out, Marlene Colwell, an Ottawa University student, or Mrs. Darlene McDaniel will be glad to help you. Adv. Th.TVwiththeHANDCRAFTED 1 - ^— ,« Q ha98 ,8 printeTcircuit*! No production shortcuts! 23 overall diej. Die turf m«as., 280 sq. in. cf recunguiar picture ar 269.95 Th. Thornton 1 With Trade Model H27H Smart modern lo-boy contola In grained Walnut color, grained Mahogany color, grained Blond Oak color, or grained Maple color. Feature* Target Turret Tuner, big 7' x S' speaker, Spotllte Dial, 20,000 volts of picture power. Western Auto Associate Store 109 S. Main CH 2-3969 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 FEEDS Make more profit by feeding a balanced ration- Feed your cows home grown roughages and pastures plus CO-OP Dairy Feeds. Pick the CO-OP Dairy Feed lhat fits your needs; 1. High energy Dairy Feeds to balance your hay and silages. 2. Well fortified Dairy Concentrates to balance) your farm-grown ^^_ grains. Ottawa ASSOCIATION SAVE at our WATCH SALE! We Pay the Tax (This week only) * HAMILTONS .... $39.95 up * ELGINS $19.95 up * BULOVAS $24.75 up * TIMEX $ 6.95 up Choose now from one of the largest selections we have ever had. Lay-Away Now for Christmas ... at Big Savings! As little as $1.00 will hold your choice. New Location . . . First Door N. of Scott's BOYER'S JEWELRY SEWING MACHINE RENTALS CHRISTMAS PRINTS and NOTIONS SINGER Repairs and Parts RECONDITIONED SEWING MACHINES Guaranteed! b *NECCHf-ELNA' NECCHI ELNA Albright's NECCHI-ELNA Sewing Circle 130 S. Main DIAL CH 2-4340 Boots Are the Fashion this Fall! on/y 2.99 There's no contest when this combination takes to the fall casual style scene. It's a wonderfully tailored boot, crafted of corduroy, rubber soled and huge buckled. Black or loden. QUEEN'S SELF SERVICE SHOES 123 So. Main

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