Co-ops were the shortest route to service, according to this 1960 advertisement sponsored by a variety of local co-ops.
A brand new public service was coming to Worthington at the corner of Third Avenue and 10th Street, according to this cryptic 1960 advertisement.
This 1985 advertisement for the Printers was pretty eye-catching, with all the ingredients of a good printing job inside a hamburger bun. Next post at 11 a.m.
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.