The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1946 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 19, 1946
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FRIDAY and ATURDAY lov. 22-23 (This Wee k) our Hew Stran .Sled HOT COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS Will Be Served During the 2 if Our Grand Opening )rop in on us and have some refreshment while you are looking over the new building. ^Everything New and Modern for / 13ervice to Any Make of Car! WHEEL BALANCING Modern method of balancing wheels and tire wear now in operation at Allen Motor Co. f UONT END ALIGNMENT Complete front end alignment for safer and more eco, nomical driving. MOTOR ANALYZER . See how this modern piece of machinery detects flaws in motor operation. •COMPLETE REPAIR EQUIPMENT Nothing lacking at Allen's In equipment to give complete repair and service to any make. •PAINTING AND BODY REPAIR We can handle anything from a small fender dent to a complete wreck. RTS DEPARTMENT Well stocked—try us when in need of parts. Friday and Saturday are "Grand Opening" days at thp Allen Motor Company's new building on Diagonal and Elm streets!' This is a StraivSteel building—the first building of its kind in this section of Iowa. This type of building was developed for army and navy use during the war, and has many uses in our future business arid farm life. It will be interesting to all of^ou to inspect this new type of building construction. But we want to show you around pur new garage facilities too. We have new, modern equipment in every respect—ready to give quick, efficient service to any car, We have new Chrysler and Plymouth models on display—and they are beauties, too! t > ' • ' Drop In Any Time During the Day FRIDAY OR , SATURDAY 'f V $ - ' ?^ •• •-' ^^apfc:^^^ 1 - feI .^^*^;F-r >Jj ^4»y *. JW. -. I* •?5^: *&

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