The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1946 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 30, 1946
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*v 'AYLOR COMPANY HUDSONDEALER INKOSSUTHAREA t - ' With' the delivery, of four new I I FS? M . ' n *" e Pkst few wdeks, Thi L ; •£•#<»; toPkfo'ent Co. ha» I r .'^brought a,new automotive dealership to the territory surround* ing Algona. i Handling 1 the Hudson Hne of l^cars, purchaser to date have been the following local men: Ray Irons", -Algona. ' • G. S. Johnson, Algorta. Yahsc* Bros., Sexton. • Wayne Christiansen, Algona, The hew 1946 Hudsong come in atwo models, the famous super- ( ^i x or ^ lth the super-eight en'(•Bines. The models are identical ,,m their series except for power plants and price. k ; 'Hudson is offering a four-door ledan, two-door brougham, club ^Kmpe for five passengers, and , Jhe coupe, m the standard lines, § bth six and eight cyllndfer. The x cylinder motor develops 102 ;k ^-orsepower, and the eight cylin- ]^|aer develops '128 horsepower. If- Featuring the "Drive Master," • JjK}?... ftew seri es eliminates gear ! fflifting and clutch pushing, also. •3 Sr ct C ^ S ! also ha . ve a "Weather ,t Master" air conditioning unit, as 'another feature. ESTABLISHED 1866 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1946 -P. _. ._______^ . ~ TAYLOR IMPLEMEHT OPENING FRIDAY Eldest Taylor Son Yet Flyer and an Aviation Enthusiast is a discharged Offer Many Gifts At Grand Opening, Friday & Saturday iAmong 'the ;many .gifts that .will be given away during the grand opening of the Taylor Implement 1 Co. building here, next Friday: and Saturday, will be the following: ~ • , . Penny banks for the children. Several barb reelers. One 6:00x16 car tire. One hydraulic tractor seat snubber. . • t •, Mullin Hybred Seed corn. Souvenir pencils. And a host of smaller gifts, as *l a i free qoffee aftd doughnuts loth days. .OFFICE SUPPLIES - A good tock on hand, getting larger every day. Fill y our needs at The A1 1 f- gona.Upper Des.Mpines office. Rex Taylor, eldest son of W. C. Taylor veteran. mn £! g: ?i ia hlffh sch ° o1 ln 1939 > l< <»» h 1943, then went into the army a lr corps pilot? iW ° ycai ' S durinff whlch tlmc h * was »« He was released frdm service last November and returned n,™« ™i' bri "« ln * f"h him his bride, the former Gcnavon Brown, whom he met While she was a student at Drake They ' Taylor>s homers f or mer,y New Farm Loaders Do!AII But Control Weather & Tend Baby Farmers generally are shouting'the praises of any type of farm machinery that solves the labor, problem by doing me- cjianlcally what formerly had to be done by hand. x So it is with the Lion loaders. < Adapted for installation on any type of tractor, this equip™! C r~T/ a ft Wlth ajhyd . raulic cylinder that .eliminate cables, wires and pulleys, and raises and lowers the bucket by hydraulic action. > It is designed for loading hay, manure, cinders, dirt, cobs, gravel, coal or snow. It also pulls stumps and fence posts, moves buildings and can even dis basements and ditches The Lion Loaders are handled and sold by The Taylor Implement Co., Algona. ; Clock Taken Down. In 1894 the building used by the Farmers State bank at Marion was erected. At the same time, a large Jlock was/installed on the building and has for all .these years told the j time for one and all. However, recently the clock had not been running properly and could not be repaired. Last week, after 51 years, it was taken down from its longtime place of business. COLD-CATHODE (The Latest in Lights) Manufactured in Algona and Installed in the Taylor Building FRANK CAUGHEY ADVERTISING CO. Algona Neon Signs Lighting Outdoor Advertising Iowa ;* • i ?^ . 5iv,t, > * PLUMBING & HEATING /* for the New or Implement Building ' Installed by " . FIRM MOVES INTO NEW BUILDING ON 5TH ANNIVERSARY Grand opening of the Tayloi Implement "Co.'s new building ihere will take place Friday anc Saturday, May 3 and 4. The dale also marks the fiflh anniversary of ih^ firm in local business circles. The new building was recently completed on South Phillips St., just south of State Street. It is east of the Athletic Park; With an all brick and tile construction, the structure is 50x80 feet in size, and has a 17-foot ceiling at one end and a 14-foot ceiling at the other, allowing ample room for all types of heavy farm machin- ry to be serviced". Taylor Sons In Firm W. C. ^Taylor has associated with him in the business his two sons, Rex and Mitch. Other firm employees are Harry Helmke, chief mechanic and shop fore- ( man, and Roger Palmer, mechan- c. Mr. Taylor and Rex are also! ssociated with D. L. Leffert in he Algona Flour & Feed Co. in which basement the firm began jusiness five years ago. From its first location, in , space 12x12 feet, the Taylor Im plement- will now have a location and a i new building that includes a parts room, display room,. of fice, shop, and an assernblj room. ' Construction started last September 1. Two Day Program A varied program is being arranged by the firm for the two day grand opening. Arrangements are being made for moving pictures to be shown both days, including Saturday evening. There will be special souvenir favors for tooth men and women, and the kids will not be forgotten as they will each receive a penny bank. •• Special registration prizes will be offered. . ,•,'.•-,,-,,^.. Free coffee 'arid- douglinuts will be served. > A Praciical Farmer W. C. Taylor came to Kossuth county in 1932, after having lived m Wayne county in southern Iowa, where he operated a large dairy farm. He settled at a farm in Sexton, which he farmed for several years. In 1938 he began farming the old Keen farm, making a total of 400 acres that he farmed until the spring of 1940. Mr. Taylor is still farming 80 acres, and the family is living in the new home on the .old Keen place, while also operating the implement business here. In addition to Rex and Mitch, Mr.and Mrs. Taylor have another son, Dean, who is a junior in high school. Handle Diversified Lines While the Taylor Implement, as the name implies, is an implement dealer handling the widely known J. I, Case line of farm machinery, the firm • also handles and is a distributor for Hudson automobiles, Mullins Hy- tored Seed Corn, Harvey Ham- mermills, Stockwell trailers, Anthony-Johnson farm equipment line, Galloway line, Ben Hur deep freeze units, Murray power mowers, Lion tractor loaders, and Des Moines Bail-Tie products, as Well as Goodyear, Gillette and Kelly Springfield tires. Opening of the new building, to which the general public is cordially invited, makes Algona more than ever a center for farm implement sales and service, and the Taylor building is the first one to be finished following the termination of the war. NEW BUILDING IS LOCALLY ERECTED Local firms can well take pride in the general appearance and the finished product in the newest building added to Algona's growing business life. The new Taylor Implement Co. building, embodying the latest in structural design and planning for a specific type of business, was constructed and equipped by ocal firms. ' V*«IM General construction was handled by the Botsford Lumber Co. Electrical wiring was done by the Pratt Electric Co. P. R. Irons installed the plumbing and heating system. Frank Caughey prepared the display sign for the firm. ' General purpose of the construction plan was to afford the greatest convenience in handling provide an office and display machinery repairs, and also to room space handy to parts bins and repair items and replacement parts. Forced air heating insures even temperatures in coldest weather, directed where heat is most needed, and the building was insulated throughout, providing protection against summer heat as well as winter's blasts. Bill, Herman Radig Visit Letts Creek Lotts Creek: Bill Radig, Pasadena, Calif., and Herman Radig, Breckenridge, N. D., were here visiting .raltives and friends the last week. CASE TRACTOR HAS A POST WAR LINE; TEN NEW MODELS The J. I. Case Co., whose line of farm machinery is distributed by The Taylor Implement 'Co. of Algona, is offering a post-war line that includes ten new tractors, in addition to the regular line formerly manufactured by the company. Chief items on the company's lists now are tractors, plows, cultivators, planters, listers, drills, combines, hay machinery, threshers, binders, harrows, beet and corn machinery, spreaders and mowers, as well as many other items. r . J- L Case Co - was established m 1842, and its plant is lo- cated at Racine, Wis. At the present time, efforts of the firm are being directed toward the production of convenient, low- cost farm power machinery. Swea Boy Writes Of Big Tidal Wave Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Peterson have received word from their son Pfc. Melvin Peterson, now stationed in Kitzgen, Germany, that he is assigned to a tank unit and expects to be on his way home by July. S2c John Kelly writes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly that he is now stationed in Kobe, Japan. 'We were hit by the tidal wave which struck the Hawaiian Islands the night of April 2. It was a bad storm although it had died down somewhat by the time it struck us. Wind velocity was 60 knots (about 70 miles) per hour and the waves reached 60 leet in height." Eight Of 14 Swea Teachers Signed Up For Another Year Swea City: Eight of fourteen members of the Swea City teach-' Ing staff have signed contracts, as follows: Agnes Olson, Bancroft, principal; Elsie Mae Van Wert, Hampton, home economics; Adelaide Haugen, Lake Mills, eighth grade; Mel'ba Kittleson, Swea City, sixth grade; Mary Boom, George, fifth grade; Adeline Erdahl, Rake, fourth grade; Violet Knutscn, Bricelyn, third grade; JOy Reick<- mann, Moville, first grade. Supt. A. H. Schuler will return lor a thirteenth year in this system Con- tracts have also been offered 'tO : Hans Wegener of Council Bluffs and Eddie Stewart of Hamburg, New York, both of whom taught, high school subjects here before entering the .armed forces. ELECTRIC WIRING ELECTRIC INSTALLATlbNS for the New Taylor Implement Co. by , Gross, Edwin Wichtendahl, and Wick Gengler attended a baseball meeting at Burt on Tuesday evening. _ Eugene Fuerstenau,' student at >t. Paul, Minn., is home for a few days Easter vacation. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke called at the Otto Ruhnke home Wednesday evening. 'Henry Neitzel, Charles Hoppe, ! Albert Kube, Watertawn, Wis., are /isiting relatives in Whittemore nd Lotts Creek the past week. They were Thursday evening supper guests at the Nick Gengler home. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! Pratt Electric C How Pratt Electrical Contracting Has Grown Since 1930: II I I I Mill 1930 '31 '32 '33 '34 '35 '36 '37 '38 '39 1940 '41 '42 '43 '44 145 » V •:^' : 'A . ».. • ; " l -A:V<^ ? y ::^ WE CONGRATULATE THE TAYLORS On Their NEW BUILDING B^lFf feSfruii ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPIY BUILDING MATERIALS & BUILDING CONSTRUCTION « ; -. For the New Taylor Implement Building i / , Supplied by BOTSFORD / &W4 '»' '•vi'l- .. ,*> .^^ '. •< , f . - "'riaw. 5 j ; *;&}'$&*'i'-$ ' •, ~a* v'"i~ly~ .->£,•? J !_-'* ^\ *K :^ .. ,V vf ' ,^ >Xe - ,5fr 3. • * , ';t'?*'fe <t,

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