The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1959
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SCHULTZ STATION OPEN 5 A> M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT - 365 DAYS IN THE YEAR VISIT OUR GARAGE REGISTER FOR GIF 1—Roto Broil Automatic Cooker-Fryer, King Size, 6 Quart — $39.95 Value 2-Rod and Reel, $12.50 Value 3-Barbeque Grill, $12.50 Value FREE CANDY FOR THE KIDS REMODELED & EXPANDED TATION & GARAGE AUGUST 7 ii FREE-With Each 8 Gallons or More of Gas CUT GLASS DEVILED EGG PLATE (AS ILLUSTRATED AT RIGHT) 1 0 GAS PUMPS (including Diesel and Kerosene) €> A NEW DRIVEWAY « ALL NEW LIGHTING ® ALL NEW PUMPS, LATEST STYLE PRESSURE PUMPS • A NEW LOOK • REMODELED GARAGE 9% Inches In Diameter E HE NEW BUICK • THE CAR BUICK '59 LOOK THEM OVER WHILE YOU'RE IN LE SABRE — The Thriftiest Buick INVICTA — The Most Spirited Buick » ELECTRA — The Most Luxurious Buick WITHIN THE REACH OF TWO OUT OF THREE NEW CAR BUYERS A WORD FROM THE SCHULTZ FAMILY THE NEW PAVING on highway 169, from State St. south to the city limits, is practically completed, and here at Schultz Bros. Service Station & Garage we have spared no expense to improve our own street facilities. We have installed the finest in new gasoline pump equipment, repaved our own property, added a beautiful big window to our garage showroom overlooking the station, and spared no effort to give you the most modern of service stations. Your patronage while we have been torn up has been sincerely appreciated. We cordially invite you to stop in this coming Friday, August 7, and "look us over/ 1 - Alfred Schultz — Wesley Schultz — Armin Schultz And Schultz Bros. Personnel. • ? SERVICE STATION - BUICK SALES AND SERVICE OH SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET — HIGHWAY 169 — ALGONA, IOWA ",? fy* fal^t& > *$$jw*&: * f '.v v ,4i ,'\^4i^

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