Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1965
Page 12
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aaiJS^^ Taylor's 1965 Behlen & Case Bonanza FREE Trip to Fabulous Acapulco, Mexico for '65 "THE FRENCH RIVIERA OF NORTH AMERICA" Yes, all purchase™ of the following products between new end April 15, 1965, will be eligible to sit at the grand prize table at the 5th annual Behlen dinner to be held in Algona in December of 1965. A winner will be selected from this table for the glorious trip to Acapulco, Mexico. ALL PURCHASERS OF THE FOLLOWING WILL BE ELIGIBLE: A. New Behlen Drying Tank (4600 bu. or larger) B. New Case self propelled Combine C. New Behlen Grain Storage Tank D. New Corn Head for Case Combine E. New Behlen Drying Unit (for Drying Tank or Behlen portable dryer) F. New Behlen steel farm building (Grain Storage, Pork Factory, Chicken or Cattle confinement building) G. All commercial steel buildings. NEW A.S.C. BUILDING BUILT OF BEHLEN STEEL In June of 1964, a new Behlen commercial building was leased to three agencies of our local Federal Government, the Kossuth A.S.C., S.C.S., and County Extension. This building was built for these agencies to their specifications, located on four lots, to better serve them and the residents of Kossuth County. With parking space for over 100 cars, it is now very easy to make one stop and conduct business at all three offices. This is one of the first commercial clear span buildings to be built in Algona and one of the first to use methane for insulation. This building is owned by the Algona Building Corporation, erected by "the Taylor Implement and Construction Co., and the Cowan Corporation of Algona. , MMWWVMMMMMA* Local Dealer Will Be Released from Jail Today! Rex Announces a New Trip - Winners for 1964 - The 1964 winners were..Mr!'and'Mrs. George Lickteig of Wesley, Iowa, the free'»trip to Mexico City, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Erpelding, Algona, Iowa, for the free trip to New Orleans. "?" , • Mr. and Mrs. Lickteig left Jan. 5th and returned Jan. 12, 1965. They thoroughly enjoyed the trip and have many tales to tell of their first trip-to a foreign country. Mr, and Mrs. Erpelding left Jan. 7th and enjoyed their vacation equally as well, --gjgylor's have enjoyed their "win a free trip" program as ,much as their customers have enjoyed winning it. This is financed completely, by Taylor's, and Taylor's are the first to make trips of this type 1 possible at a local level. They hope you too, will be a winner! There are a lot of reasons for buying early. The big one this year is price increases. We will guarantee you price on all Behlen product* if you buy before April 15th, The second reason is for us to be in a position to guarantee erection. We are very proud of our concrete and erection crow and we want to guarantee you the best job possible. SEE TAYLOR'S NOW FOR YOUR FARM NEEDS BUY WHERE EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN OUR BEST TEACHER. DON'T FORGET The free trip to fabulous Acapulco, Mexico, a trip you will want to be sure to win. WEIDENHOFF CORPORATION BUILDING Work started last August on a new 50,000 sq. ft. addition to Algona's largest industry, the Weidenhoff Corporation. This project was not an easy one, but quite difficult, as it incorporated all of their present buildings into one new larger one, and it was necessary to remove three of the old Hemp Plant buildings, to make room for the new Behlen addition. This is now one of the largest Behlen buildings under one roof in the Midwest, containing nearly three acres of manufacturing and office space under one roof. This Behlen building is constructed of heavy gauge aluminized steel, and the entire new addition uses 1" urethane (which has a V factor of .12) for insulation. The new building was built by the Taylor Implement Co. and the Cowan Corporation and is now finished. We were very proud to have had a part in this large local industries' expansion program and feel the Algona area is very fortunate to have this corporation located here. Their faith in Algona, our area and our people played a big part in their decision to expand. We think they deserve thanks from everyone Over 200 local people are employed here, contributing highly to the economic growth and stability of the Algona and Kossuth County area. Rex Taylor, your local Behlen and Case dealer, will be released today. To any strangers who do not know this man, you should be warned, he has many unusual traits. He was born in southern Iowa in 1920, so he cannot be considered local. His parents migrated north in 1932 to a town called Sexton, Iowa. There he grew up, learned a bit about farming, graduated from high school in Algona with no special honors, although he did show a Junior Champion Jersey cow at the Dairy Congress in Waterloo in 1937. He attended and graduated from Iowa State College in 1943 in Agricultural Engineering and joined the Air Force during World War II. When next seen, he moved back to Algona with a new foreign bride from Trenton, Missouri. Since that time he has been engaged in the farm implement and steel building business with his father, W. C. Taylor and two brothers, Mitch and Dean. He has three children, Phil, 17, Tom 14, and Kathy, age 13, and his hide out is 801 S. Jones. He is known in this area mostly by his promotion of new ideas to farmers relating to agriculture. He has sold over 5 million bushels of grain storage buildings in Kossuth County and over 500 Case A-6 Combines. During the recent years he is pushing Behlen Drying Tanks and Case Self-Propelled Combines. He is known for making farmers many extra dollars by selling and showing them the advantages of storing grain, early harvest, and drying grain. This man is known for selling a quality product, which will pay for itself thru use. He also has the knowledge concerning the tax advantages his customers receive from the product he buys. This man will be seen either roaming in the countryside or in his office at 105 $. Phillips St. in Algona, Iowa. SO BEWARE THIS MAN IS ON THE LOOSE TODAY. Taylors Sell Products Which Make You Money! Brazilian A.F.S. Student Combines Corn With A Hew Cm "600" 1 YES, SALVADOR DE SOUZA, from Juiz De Fora, Brazil, found operating a new Case "600" corn combine very easy and simple. Imagine, this boy who never saw a combine before, jumped on the seat of this Case combine and started down the row with no problems. After making one round, he said, "this machine would do the work of 50 men in Brazil". We think it will do the work of several men and machines in the good ol' state of Iowa. Remember, that 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in the 1964 Iowa state corn picking contest were won by Case combines. This should mean a lot to you people here in Kossuth County. You know this machine shows the best performance in our local conditions. So see Taylor's now for the deal you will like. Purchases of new Case combines are eligible to win the free trip to THIS COULD iE YOU. When you deal at Taylor's, you buy products which make you money. For example: 1. GRAIN STORAGE TANKS — Today at the 14e per bu. reseat payment you will bo ablo to pay off your original investment in 2'/a years. During any 5 year period you recover your original cost plus 100% in cash. Where can you invest your money today and do bettor besides every farm today needs more grain storage room. The sooner you start the quicker you profit. 2. NEW CASE COMBINE — Hero is a one in a thousand machine that rarely combines so many advantages. Low original cost, a harvesting capacity no other machine in its class can match and no one over did moro for tho operator than Case has done here in the new Caso "600" and "900" combines. Tho new 1965 models are now on display and this is a machine which really makes tho customer money, Wo know tho savings in soybeans will be $4 to $8 per aero, and in corn, ovor tho best corn picker tost, tho sav. ings will exceed $15.00 per aero, Tho savings are not savings to you, as tho extra yield you receive, comes from moro efficient harvesting. You simply bring in from tho field whet yov normally leave from the inefficient old typo method of harvest. The quicker you change the quicker your profit! incrtaitl 3, NEW BEHLEN DRYING TANKS — This is the "key" tool that makes early harvesting possible. This if tht system which enables you to save liber timt, moro profitable returns ptr acre and a qvality-soalable, saleable product (corn) every year before Doc. 1, regardless of weather conditions. Now days, we cannot talft a chance of a wet crop delaying harvest when it it harvest timt. This type of thinking today if no different than tht buying of fire or hail insurance, or tht necessity of using ftrtiliitr, These things you would not consider doing in tht field today. 4, KOYKER GRAIN AUGERS — FlfLQ CULTIVATORS . - KiWANfi ft CASE TANDEM DISCS, Taylor Implement Company " " o y I SOUTH PHILLIPS ST. "YOUR KOSSUTH CQUNTY GRAIN HAIYISJINS HEAPQUARTfRS"

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