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Two Rivers, WI Dealer

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Hoofer B

02-08-2020 16:03:14

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Don R. Do you know of the Case Dealer in Two Rivers on HWY 310 ( was known as HWY D back then ). One of my drivers was asking me about it. Bill

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Don Rudolph

02-08-2020 20:02:15

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 Re: Two Rivers, WI Dealer in reply to Hoofer B, 02-08-2020 16:03:14  
Hello Bill,

It was Elmer Havel, NEW Garage, Case and MM, in business a few years during the mid 60's. IIRC it was in a new steel building that still stands. As a kid my parents and I would drive to Milwaukee and go past that dealer to get from the lakeshore to Hwy 141. I still remember the new 30 series tractors lined up there and at Newton Implement. Good times! Don

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Hoofer B

02-09-2020 04:25:00

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 Re: Two Rivers, WI Dealer in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-08-2020 20:02:15  
He thought it was a Havel. I forgot to put that in the post. Yes the building still stands. I grew up a few miles from Marvin in Newton. I remember when the 90 series came out. WOW. They also had a New Holland 1600 ?? pull type chopper with a 4 row corn head. That was something, especially when you worked for a farmer who had a super 717 on a 1030 with a 1 row head. OK, So what do you know about the Case dealer in Whitelaw? That is where I live now. OH, and by the way, the reason I wanted to call you is to tell you that I bought Smith and Schartner trucking. I take over the beginning of April. Do you know Joe?

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Don Rudolph

02-09-2020 06:34:50

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 Re: Two Rivers, WI Dealer in reply to Hoofer B, 02-09-2020 04:25:00  

The dealer in Whitelaw was Reginald Lehman, in a building next to Gills Bar on Hwy 10. I don't know the name of the dealership or what years he was a dealer.

Congratulations on your purchase. Smith and Schartner has a long history in the trucking business here. Joe is 3 years younger than me but I knew him and his brothers from school, from 4H, FFA. Good people. Don

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Hoofer B

02-09-2020 14:11:27

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 Re: Two Rivers, WI Dealer in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-09-2020 06:34:50  
Thanks. Smith started hauling cattle in 1940. Schartner his F I L partnered up with him in 1946. I see there is a Schartner NH Dealer in Sturgeon Bay.

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Don Rudolph

02-09-2020 19:16:33

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 Re: Two Rivers, WI Dealer in reply to Hoofer B, 02-09-2020 14:11:27  
The Schartner homestead and Rudolph homestead border each other and go back 120 years. Schartner Implement is relation and goes back to 1956. Also good people. Don

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