An extension of the Rumely timeless elegance and laced in history, this additional space can serve as your wedding chapel, cocktail hour or rehearsal dinner. With glittering chandeliers, exposed brick and beautiful original wood floors this place can make your special day easy with everything in one location. The Ballroom also accommodate smaller receptions, corporate meetings, graduations and birthday parties. With a full kitchen, bride and groom’s suite and ample parking for all your guests, The West Bottoms is the urban chic place for a timeless event.
Advance-Rumely Co. built thousands of small Oil-Pull tractors and Rumely separators. That company designed and built the Advance-Rumely engine with the wing sheet boiler. M. R. Voorhees, Manager for Advance-Rumely Co. at Kansas City when the engine was built, said "The Marsh reverse gear was adopted because the engine, when equipped with it, was more economical and powerful, than when tested with any of the other seven types of reverse gears." Advance-Rumely Co. bought and took over Aultman-Taylor about March 1, 1924.