Daily Archives: April 17, 2010

1960: Bank on Baby’s First Steps

This 1960 Worthington Federal Savings and Loan Association advertisement features a baby, and encourages people to open up savings accounts for their babies. The Worthington Federal ads were pretty eye-catching, and hold up well today. This kid looks like he … Continue reading

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1945: Worthington Horst Brothers in the War

Jackie and Robert Horst, whose father lived in Worthington, were both corporals in 1945, one in the infantry and the other in the army air corps. They hadn’t seen each other for three years when they met in Florida in … Continue reading

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1935: New City Hall Is Built to Endure

This 1935 Daily Globe article touted Worthington’s new City Hall as being built to endure, and 75 years later, we are still using it. Next post at 11 a.m.

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