This Day in Norwood History-October 28, 1946-Norwood Business Spotlight-Bagley’s Tydol Service Station

Sumner ‘Sum’ Bagley, owner of Bagley’s Tydol Service Station, 1380 street, , was doing a grease job when the photographer stepped in. Sum is known to hundreds of local people. He has been in business at the same location since 1932, and operates a grocery store adjacent to the station.

By the time you read this. , owner of Bagley’s Tydol Service Station, 1380 Washington street. Norwood, will

be completing preparations for a hunting trip to Connecticut Lakes. N. H.. where he expects to bag the limit of birds and deer. Accompanied by his father. , who is a probation officer at the District Court. . ‘Sum’ plans to close his station from November 2 to the 12th, and is eagerly anticipating his once-a-year vacation.

Makes ya’ jealous, doesn’t it!

Now to business . . . Mr. Bagley opened his station back in 1932 and in to his automotive center, operates a grocery store, too. where you can purchase , ice cream and other sundries.

Carrying a full line of Tydol products. ‘Sum’ specializes in complete grease jobs, washing, tire and tube repair, sells batteries. Zeerone ; and tires when he can get them, was just completed on a large lubritorium where he can turn out grease jobs efficiently and thoroughly.

Stop in at Bag’ley’s Tydol Station ! soon — but don’t forget. Sum will be away from November 2 to the 12th — the lucky guy!

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