Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1966
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GOP candidates get together .-^*v *< -5 t ?'&', % • s i .*';*'f'.^Mvi*' SHOWN ABOVE are the Republican candidates who were present at the family picnic held July 19 at the Call state park shelter house. From left to right they are: Mrs. Martin Huber, Surt, candidate for county recorder; Karl Kiilsholm, Algona, candidate for state representative; Robert Beck, candidate for *—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 Children to honor Beardsleys on 50th wedding anniversary the Republican nomination for governor; Wiley Mayne, Sixth District Congressional candidate; Don Jorgenson, candidate for county treasurer; and Bing McDonald, candidate for county attorney. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. The four children of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beardsley, Algona, will honor their parents on their 50th wedding anniversary next Wednesday, Aug. 3, at the Algona Hotel. An open house will be held that evening from 7 until 9 p.m., and all Algona friends are cordi- ally invited to attend. The children, all of whom will be in attendance, are Walter C. Beardsley, Midland, Texas; Charles H. Beardsley Jr., Austin, Texas; Margaret Ann Beardsley, of Cheverly, Md.; and Thomas E. Beardsley, LaPuente, Calif. The fourteen grandchildren will also all be here as well as two great-grandchildren, children of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Eppright, Austin, Texas. Mrs Beardsley's three brothers and one sister also plan to attend the anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beardsley were married Nov. 25, 1916 at Rock Rapids, Iowa, and have lived their entire married life here, coming here after the wedding. Mrs. Beardsley was teaching in Algona at the time and Mr. Beardsley was employed here. Car kills calf west of Algona A calf owned by Andrew Cbt- ten, Algona, was killed about 9:15 p.m. Thursday when it was struck by a car driven by William Kehr, Emmetsburg, eight miles west of Algona on highway 18. The Fehr car, owned by the Faribault Leasing Co., of Faribault, Minn., had $200 in damage. Fehr was not injured. Patrolman J. R. Michael of Humboldt investigated the accident. SEE THE GO - GO NOT GIRLS - BUT PRICES! SEE THAT LONG LONG LONG TABLE ON THE SIDEWALK FOR QUICK BARGAINS UT GO-GO INSIDE THE STORE BUD'S THE INSIDE BOSS FOR THE DAY! HE'S GOT SOMETHING UP HIS SLEEVE ON DEALS. COME IN AND PULL ONE OUT! OUR GO - GO PRICES WILL MEAN GONE - GONE THIS "BEATLE" CHEWED UP PRICES ON BUD VASE CHRISTMAS GLITTER CANDLES TABLE CIGARETTE LIGHTER WALL PLAQUES WASTE BASKET FIGURING CARPET SWATCHES UTILITY TABLES SAND BOX KIDDIE SWIVEL CHAIR DECOR CUPS & SAUCERS SNACK SET (8 piece) LAMP SHADES TOSS PILLOWS ITALIAN DECANTER TILE PICTURES TOY BIN TEETER TOTTER BRASS DECOR BASKETS THESE ITEMS PRICED FROM 10 CENTS UP ALL WORTH MUCH MORE THAN PRICED GRAB BOX FO STE R WHERE THE GO-GO ACTION IS WHO KNOWS SOME MIGHT EVEN HAVE MONEY IN THEM! SPECIALS AT HARRISON'S Contact Paper ... - 37c Lilt Permanent 99c Sponge Mops . 88c Adorn Hair Spray... 1,57 Laundry Basket 57c 100 count Aspirin.. .14c White Rain Shampoo.. 66c Lounging Slippers..pr.33c Men's Shirts ..... 88c Boy's Pajamas .88c Hard-Sole Moccasins.66c Nylon Hose ..... 24c Outside White Latex gal 3.66 TWO GALLONS FOR $7 THE STORE WITH THE KOO-KOO DRESSED PEOPLE" It's ridiculous to advertise such tremendous bargains with such small type, iut if you can read this, you'll not fail to take advantage or the bif sidewalk bargains in front of the CHRISCHILIES STORf on Ridiculous (toys. YOU DON'T HAVE TO STAND ON YOUR HEAD TO READ THIS— YOUR CHOICE Housewares Jewelry Toys Cosmetics "Hit" Phono. Records C KISSES PEANUT BUTTER YUP . . . 9c a sack, same as always. t.c

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