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You may join the society at as: Individual: Husband and Wife: Organization or Business: $30.00 Lifetime: $250.00 The Boone County Historical & Railroad Society meets September through May at on the second Friday of each month. Meetings are held at the Boone County Heritage Museum. Our street address is: Our society, and the Museum we operate, is a non-profit tax-exempt organization.
A television set from the store was found at the Pyatt bridge, while some other merchandise turned up in Walter’s Dry Goods.Appliances were piled up at the city waste plant and tires were scattered everywhere.Merle and his wife, the former Hazel Jean Davis, managed to get back in business within a couple of months.The flood of 1961 changed things for many store owners including the Milligans.Merle recalls water 9 and ½ feet deep in the store.That building must have had a revolving front door that year with so much moving in and out going on!
The OTASCO store sold auto supplies, appliances, house wares, fishing, hunting and hardware supplies.
Merle had an automobile service department in the back of the store for the installation of tires, batteries and seat covers.
While Dad had new tires put on the car, Mom could look at new appliances and kids could explore Toyland upstairs!
Answer: Memories of OTASCO share space in my recollections of so many old stores that once were fixtures on the square.
Almost everything you bought came from merchants around the square – from groceries, clothing, shoes and medicine.
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