The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
Page 12
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'4 t THE BIO SVENT Of THE YEAR FOR All HOME - LbVERS I UDABS OF FUN FORIVlRY MEMBER;'QlfTHE\MMLY Is Invited To ,1 * fr 4 i: | * •* III it f \ hi stf The 1959 2 P./VL TO 9 P.M. DAILY An Exposition Of "LIVING DESIGNED FOR TOMORROW" National Guard 1 ( '* 'i \ Armory r i. Friday-Saturday- Sunday A wonderful world of displays — Everything That Us New and Modern In Homes and Home ,Furnishings — New Products — New Concepts — New^ ldea y s For Making Your Home 1 More Beautiful, More Cornfo^tc«l)l0 ^ ! vMore Flexible ! the V'S^i^titiilatirig Firms Proudly Present To You Today, Concepts In "Living Designed For Tomorrow!" Pictured above/ left to right, Paul Krile, baritone, Bob Sopeland, lead, Harold Krile, bass, and Bob "Red" Norris, tenor. The Four Nubbins, affiliated with the Society For the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America, have won numerous contests and have performed in many different cities and towns in ten different states. The quartet was started in 1947 and has been going strong ever sincel The current group has been together for about two years. Two members, Harold and Paul, started with the original group in 1947. . . ' -. i Look At This Terrific ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE! Jerry Smith, popular radio and recording artist, will appear at the Home Show in person on Saturday, April 4th, for the afternoon • and evening performances.: Jerry is well known in this area for his radio shows on KLGA, Algona. His show also appears on 14 oth- •er radio stations throughout the midwest. His current Warrior Record release, "I Don't Care Wihat They Say/' is becoming more and 'more popular throughout' the country. FRIDAY - AFTERNOON and '.- EVENING Personal Appearance MISS IOWA Miss Joanne McDonald and " ORGAN MUSIC ;,; By Pill Watkins SATURDAY - AFTERNOON- and - EVENING JERR Y SMITH "The Yodeling Cowboy" AND HIS ELECTRIC GUITARIST PARTNER I SUNDAY - AFTERNOON- The NUBBINS QUARTET Nationally Krjpwn Barber Shop Quartet prom Spencer, 1 And The High School Rhythm Band — ^ EVENING - " ORGAN MUSIC By Bill Watkins fon't Mi^s This Top-Notch Program '** f Pgr Perf9 "' Chi;ltir ^ ^ ndgr 13 ' ActpmponN by Adult, Admitted Free, Children Under 12 Not A««mpcmied By Parents Mis§ Iowa, Joanne McPonqlcJ of Am§s, Jowa^ wjll make a perionql appearance at the Home Show Friday afternoon and evening.

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