YMI published several articles in a "hardcopy" newsletter. These articles are reproduced below.
The articles range from the beginnings of YMI to newer services and expansions.
This issue of Young Times includes another story pertaining to my father’s inventiveness. This time while stationed in Korea during the war...
Read more: Heritage...
A Toolmaker's Tricks
On October 26, 1941 I was joined in marriage to my wife, DeLoris. We settled into an apartment in Moorhead, MN and I was employed by a local machine shop geared to serve the general public.
Read more: Toolmaker's...
It was the 1960’s and big hair was in. Women took great pains to “rat” their hair into large, loose haystacks on top of their heads.
Read more: Hairstyling combs made by bald guys?
PD Team Evolves
Advancements in manufacturing technology and constantly varying
customers’ needs have helped determine the future at Young Manufacturing
Read more: Process Development Team Evolves
In the early fifties, soon after returning from WW II, my brother Rolly and I felt compelled to join the National Guard to help make ends meet.
Read more: Making a Wartime Saw
Desk of Dave Young
That’s a long time to be working at one place! I was 12 years old when I brought home my first paycheck...
Read more: Desk of Dave Young
Changes over the years at YMI
One can imagine there are many many stories out there concerning YMI. If you have a short story relating to the history of YMI, feel free to send it to us for consideration. A digital photo (jpg or png) accompanying the story would also be helpful.