Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 109
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pf3.(0 WhltCn pfC hlteCrss .« White Mot 2 THE ARIIONA REPUBLIC mance 74 Phoenix, Thnrs., April 3,1969 The state's business Strong institution built on challenge By DON G. CAMPBELL Business and Financial Editor "Now, boys, as we go forward with the building of this business, there are three things I want you to always remember. Work hard, be honest, and don't learn any tricks." The latter admonition was pretty unnecessary: anybody incorporating a savings institution with a capitalization of less than $3,000 and doing so just five months before the great stock market crash of 1929, was hardly in a position, even if so inclined, to "learn any tricks" except those of survival. The boys to whom the advice was addressed, however, took it literally enough to parlay their precarious toe-hold in Phoenix into a major financial institution—the largest savings and loan association in the state. What could have been a disastrous accident of timing for the tight-knit family was taken in rnmnh ii stride because it was a long way from pDeu being the first time it had fought with its back against the wall under the leadership of a patriarch who never lost his zest for dropping the comfortable to challenge the new. The patriarch, of course, was the late Don C. Driggs, the driving force behind the 40-year-old Western Savings and Loan Association which, in its history, has financed more than 30,000 first-mortgage loans having a value in excess of $390 million, and now has assets of more than a quarter of a billion dollars. All of which might have taken place under another name, and under different control, if the Driggs family had elected to stay in the comfortable shadows of the Teton Peaks in Idaho, but would have happened without the distinctive flavor that the hard-working Mormon family brought to the whistle-stop in the desert known as Phoenix. As restless in his middle age as he had been when, at the age of 23, he moved • from his native Utah to the Teton Valley, Don Driggs was a ripe 56 years old DOUGLAS H. DRIGGS when he chose to chuck the comforts he had built for himself and his family and gamble on the promise held out by the barren desert to the south. Within two years, the family's considerable holdings in Idaho had been exchanged for cotton land around Mesa and— in the same period—the price of cotton had plummeted from $1 a pound to 32 cents a pound. The whole bundle went down the drain: two farms, the home, and virtually all of the cash. Philosophically, the clan scattered to work at whatever jobs were available — banking, selling, working in a creamery, you-name-it. But again it was the head of the family who saw the potential in what was known then as the "building and loan" business and who enlisted his five sons — Lynne, Elwood, Golden, Douglas and Junius — in the ambitious project of creating their own thrift organizatvon. Never mind the fact that the whole pact of them couldn't pool their money and come up with as much as $3,000, and that it required a $50,000 "good faith" bond on deposit with the state to organize a building and loan business — the money would be found. AND FOUND IT WAS in the form of an advance from B.C. Straughan, owner of the little Trader's Bank at Wickenburg, and his son-in-law W. R. Curry. The two men accepted 50 per cent of the stock in the new company for the advance and for an out-of-pocket investment of $2,500. Approximately four years later the $50,000 was released to Straughan and Curry, and the only non-Driggs money remaining in Western Building and Loan Association was the $2,500 originally invested by the two Wickenburg men, an investment that they offered to sell back to the Driggs for $7,500. ^_ Still wobbly enough for the offer to represent a whale of a lot of money to the new thrift organization, the Driggs hesitated — just long enough to have Straughan and Curry sell their interest in Western to its chief competitor and pose the threat that the larger institution would swallow up the struggling Driggs family. A last-ditch offer to return full control to the Phoenix family found the Driggs scattering frantically throughout the Southwest in an effort to raise the necessary $7,500! The search ended with a 300-mile drive to Raman, N.M., where a school teacher friend of the Driggs was persuaded to put up his life savings of $1,500 to complete the deal. IT WAS CONFIDENCE in Western that repaid the friend, R. H. Sainsbury, handsomely. The 10 per cent interest that Sainsbury's $1,500 bought paid him more than $30,000 in dividends and, three years ago — shortly before his death — the ex-teacher received a cash offer of more than $500,000 for his stock in Western. Now firmly entrenched as part of the Phoenix scene, Western Savings was honored here last week on the threshold of its 40th birthday at a dinner sponsored by The Newcomen Society at the Westward Ho. Principle speaker was Douglas H. Driggs, chairman of the board of Western Savings and one of the "boys" whose father shrugged off both personal financial disaster and a national depression as minor inconveniences. WhiHaker ckesCon ebfstr .— . 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