The wooden materials were supplied by Briggs Lumber Co. Inc. and Winney Hill Lumber Co., he said. Oneonta Sales Company took the booth and had it sprayed in their auto body paint shop, Mr. Catella said.
Here are the firms that took part in the construction of the new booth, according to Mr. Catella:
Utter’s Electric Company did all of the wiring for the heating and lighting of the booth. Otsego Electric supplied the materials. Baker’s Hardware supplied the hardware facilities needed.
Bresee’s pays for the heat and light in the booth which has been in front of the downtown store for many years.