Snap-On Dealers Visit Weidenhoff , Jof*21, 1966 ************* Alftftfltt, (to.) Upfttr D** Moines As awards for Top Sales on promotional items, eighteen dealers and their branch managers visited the Weiden- hoff Corp plant last Tuesday afternoon, coming Into Mason City by plane from Chicago where the)' were flown from Evansville, Indiana after visiting the ML Cannel Plant of Soap-On. They then were transported from Mason City by chartered bus. Upon arrival hi Algona the men toured the complete operations of Weidenhoff Corporation, getting detailed explanation on the prcedures necessary to build the quality product they were selling. A dinner meeting was held at the Johnson House, followed by round table dicussion of the operation at Algona, along with their troubles in the field. Many good results came from this gathering and it was more or less established thai there will be more tours coming along in the future, due to the results of this meeting. The delegation then flew from Fort Dodge to Chicago, visiting two other companies furnishing materials and other articles offered by Snap-On. They were from the sales offices of Snap-On Tools located at Toledo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Detroit, which are part of the Central Sales Division. Universal Mfg. Hosts Dealers From 3 States Universal Mfg. Co. of Algona was host two days last week to groups of dealer representatives. On one day dealers from areas served by Universal in Illinois and Nebraska were guests, and on the other day the Iowa dealers were guests. Each group made a tour of the Universal plant here, where engines and automotive parts are reconditioned and distributed in all of Iowa, northwestern Illinois, and most of Nebraska, to Ford dealers. They were hosted for lunch at the Algona Country Club, spent the afternoon either golfing or bowling, and left after dinner for their respective areas. you'll Walk Humming HAPPY SONGS OF fheSINGING NUN STARTS SUNDAY, JUNE 26 At I.S.U. Orientation Elaine Schnakenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg of LaVerne, attended a summer orientation program at Iowa State University, recently, where she is enrolled for next fall. Ron M. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of Algona, was another enrolled student attending the course last week. a • > ) i ) j i j i > > i i i i ) i BUILD NOW AND SAVE $400! Now is your chance to build that dream home on an ideal lot — and save yourself $400! Robinson Construction will reduce the price of the choice lots located in the beautiful acreage west of Algona, near the country club, if you start construction before October 1 of this year. The top lots are still available in this scenic area. The first three lots sold with this offer will be reduced $400 each. There are no catches or gimmicks to this bargain, but building must start by October 1. Act now and save. Remember, only the first three lots sold will be at this reduced price — so hurry ! ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION Phone 295-3374 contact either: HERBST or REAL ESTATE Phone 295-3733 And there's good reason. Today's farmer is a businessman. He has to be. He knows that farmer cooperatives-like other corporations, partnerships and individual businesses—provide needed competition within a community. Take away cooperatives and you take away an important part of the competitive spirit that makes America move. Support cooperatives and promote that spirit. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR — Bernard Reilly, Mgr. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR __ Alfred Schulti, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO *. W. Jurgen*, Mgr. TITONKA CO^P ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR ___ Curtis Lord, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR E, F. lmm.rfa!l, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE ___ Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Larry Twadt, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Ronald j ur9en$ , Mgr , FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode .... R. l. Mathwon, Mgr.
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