Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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I i ' T * .,__;• Big Auto show to open here on Saturday Big things arc happening at the Floral Hall at the Kossuth Fairgrounds in Algona. Unusual automotive displays are being put in place. The automotive jobbers are going "all Out" building exhibits that tell the story of their many products. This will be an Auto Show similar to the type you might expect to see in a much larger city. There \vilt be stage enter tainment and a big tent for additional auto displays. The door to the Algeria Auto Show will open at 9 a.m. Saturday, Members of Beta Sigma Phi Women's Sorority will sell tickets at the door, and serve the free 7-up and Dr. Popper dfinks. Other pretty girls will help glamorize the cars. Tickets arc oti sale for only $1 at any Algoha drug store or bank, at Larry's Recreation Center, the Smoke Shop, or at Algona automotive jobbers and fluid dealers. A highlight of the show will be the-car that is given away free ori Sunday evening at 9:30 p.m. You need not be present to vvitl your choice of nine dif- 4 -AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY A, IMS ferent makes. Children under 16 will be admitted free If accompanied by their parents. TWO CARS CRASH An automobile accident was checked by the local police Tuesday about one o'clock at the intersection of McGregor and Dodge streets. Roger Leo Hanlsh, I/aurens, was driving his car south on Dodge street and his car crashed into a vehicle driven by Joseph B. Dor- wcilcr. Damage to the Hanish car was estimated at $300 and about $350 to the Dorwcilcr auto. Mr. Hanish was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign. Services for K. Kick bush, 57, held Tuesday Funeral services for Kfenfletri Kickbush, 57, were held at Mc t Cullough's Chapel Tuesday at two o'clock with Rev. 0. J, C. Oerike officiating. Mr. Kickbush died Sunday at Mercy hospital where lie had been for 10 days, Kenneth Christopher was born March 20, 1908 in Osterdock, the son of John and Sulati Noack Kickbush. He married Hilma Hagen in Dubuque Apr. 13, 1931. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons and three daughters: Bucford, Sioux City; Doris 1 , Mrs. Paul Teglatid, Ooodeli; Janice, Mrs. Jerfold Furtk, At- gona; Rodney, Mason City; Virginia, Mrs. Tom Potter, Mesquite, Texas. Also his mother, 13 grand*. children, a brothers Lloyd,'West Bend, Wis. and a sister, Ella, Mrs. William Troestef, O$ter> dock, also survive. Burial was in RivervieW cemetery. Pallbearers were Leonard Warner, Orville Wicks, Melvin Slagle, Ray Gilbert, Wilfred Loebig and Orville Kinden. THE ROARING '65$ FURY BELVEDERE VALIANT BARRACUDA (Fury Tlf 4 -Dr. TI.T.) SEE YOU AT THE FABULOU S AUTO SHOW MAY 8 & 9 KEN'S AUTO TRANSMISSION SERVICE 310 E. State Street llllllli'llllillllllllN^ .......... llllllllilll|ili|iilllll|ll|ll'llllllNlllllllll|IIIHII|lli|llllllllllllllW • IIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM AL66NA The Algona Pacemakers met April 24 at the home of Df. Harris with Mark filbert hast. Bob Stillman led the pledge df allegiafide. New members are Tom Kfau^e and fcob gtiilmaii. Activity tof the aftSffiwJfi was ptactic-e at the rifle NOW...HONDA ' |W|M&- I 8 ' ^ ^ M*Mn'*- ' • The Cycle for the businessman on the street or on the golf course. (Children will enjoy it, too)! 251. (THIS WEEK ONLY) I I North Iowa Appliance Center (HONDA DIVISION) 5-3818 — Algona iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiliiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Illllllllllllllllll jjlllll liBIB READ'S • Walnut Triple Dresser and Mirror. 9-drawer, center-guided, dustproof, fine quality construction, heat and stainproof tops. $139.95 • Full-size walnut panel bed with footboard $44.95 • Sealy full-size mattress & box springs $69.95 7ofo/Vo/ue- s 254.85 • Cherry Fruitwood 56" double dresser, center- guided, dustproof. 8-drawer style, beautiful detail, wood mold trimmed fronts. • 5 r drawer Chest, all dtitproof, Italian Trad, style, • Full-size panel bed with footboard. Complete set. •, 319.95 * Walnut triple dresser, 12-drawer design, full size, large mirror, framed in walnut, stain- proof, marproof tops, duslproof drawers $149.95 * Bookcase bed with frame, 2 sliding doors $69.95 * Matching Nite Table, one drawer $39.95 Total Value- .-.'$• • Walnut triple dresser, big mirror, 8-drawer style, platKc tops to match. • Wide 4-drawef chest in walnut, big drawers. • Bookcase bed with steel frame. • A complete three-piece set. Tofo/Value- $ 249.95 • Big walnut Italian dresser, framed mirror, burl walnut inlayed fronts, dustproof, guided drawers. • 6-drawer chest in walnut, burl inlay fronts. • Full-size panel bid with footboard, matched burl book panel. • Nite table, matched drawer fronts. 4-pc. complete. Total Va/ue»'339.95 Starts Thursday at Read's Furniture 10 DAYS ONLY YOUR CHOICE AT $ ONLY ONE GROUP EACH! * SoHd Maple Trnndle Bed with solid panel ends, also makes bunks or (wins. Has extra firm mattress and boards, gnard rail, ladder $179.96 • 8-drawer Chest on Chest, in maple tdmatch , win maproof tops --:•• ? -——W09.96 To/o/ Vo/ue-- 5 289.90 • Maple Triple Dresser, 12-drawer style wilb big siie mirror, marproef lops, eenter-gnided, dwlproof $148.96 • Mpl.OaniiOBlMill bed, f »ll tiie,l»ay» Hock M9.96 • MatcUnc Maple Nile Table, 1 drawer $39J5 Total Vo/ue-- 5 279.95 • Maple 42" dresser and mirror, marproof tops, dustproof, center-guided. • 6-drawer Maple chest, Marproof tops, dusl proof • all guided, • Spindle fulMu bed, with footboard, steel matching nile table, maple, Four»piece set, Total Va/ue--'259.80 • Two Sealy Twin Bod Soli • Firm innerspring matched units with Maple headboards $59.15 • 8-drawer Maple chest on cbost, marproof lops $109,95 • MatcMng Maple nitetiblo, single drawer $39,95 To/a/ Vo/ue-- 5 289.80 • Maple Singh Dresser en mirror, Nrawer $89,95 • 4-Dnwor Maple Dock, marproof lop $94*96 • Matching Desk chair, maple $29,95 • Sealy Twin MfOomplolo with maplo ioawearu 999,95 Total Va/ue-'267.80

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