The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1957 · Page 21
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

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Thursday, May 2, 1957
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SNAP O N TOOLS Anniversary M • nap-on For Quality - Expansion first year's performance have been many fine, loyal, painstaking people from this area - perhaps your friend o r neighbor, a Weidenhoff Corporation employee. , Also, during this first year, it has been our pleasure at Weidenhoff Corporation.to receive from people in the community many comments indicating a keen interest in and an enthusiastic support for the growth and progress of the company. Needless to say, we have been inspired to greater effort by these completely unsolicited expressions feJiiw'Si «.«»». V.-v» »«uf.,'i«^ t»lK> <i'*".'«*,•<•>-,.- <vi '.'-••;.- -'<•- -.-,<.•'- •:• v,-»- toi ! >^>» ofs^'Sri-^'? t^'->- the aspirations of those of us at Weidenhoff Corporation, as well as the wide-spread Snap-on Tools organization in the United States and foreign countries, are to bend our efforts towards continued healthy growth and development. It is with appreciation that we acknowledge your many fine Birthday Greetings" on this - the occasion of our first anniversary. a For The Future or a young woman, financially and only financially unqualified for higher educa- fion, should not be penalized, more espec'aily if they are talented. ? Young people graduating from high schools over the nation, in possession of sound and adequate training in such courses as mechanical engineering, drafting, secretarial work, sheet metal fabrication, basic electronics, mathematics, tool-making, and the broad elements of manufacturing processing, should in the fufure have little or no trouble "landing' 1 positions with potential. Such training, welded to and blended with liberal arts, is the "educational equipment" of the future. '' There is always a 'market' for a good product. . . always a 'demand' for that which is better. . . always a 'premium' pr*ce for that which is superior. Human talent, though not a commodity, finds and g3nerally receives its true value in the marketplace. . * From the mind of a Benjamin Franklin came electricity , . . from the mind of an Edison came the electric light bulb . . . from the mind of a Luther Burbank came a better-tasting apple . . . from the mind of Marconi cape radio . . . from Gutenberg came the printing press. From the mind of some young Algona person might come — who can tell? CORPORATION CORPORATION MAGNETO TESTER Manufactured In Algona by Weidenhoff Corporation Magneto windings are tested with the electrical instrument shown in photo above. Out board and lawn-mower engines, etc., use such magnetos. ,V <*•„¥;> f' ° *'S.S: J.* * 1 ' .> J 4 " + ,"!'9PSU". .i:' x f ^fil^^;*- SWJ ^ ELECTRONIC IGNITION TESTER Manufactured In Algona by Weidenhoff Corporation U oil electronically operated instrument for analysing engine ingm'tion systems. A VilVfll im8fl« fprmed on a cathoderay screen *hows th» operating performonee of the system.

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