The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1965 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 24, 1965
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(ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1965 Algeria, (let.) Upper DCS Molnes- COME ON IN! Get a head-stem on holiday shopping these 2 big days after Thanksgiving! The store's aglow with gift news, quality, value! COMPARE! TOWNCRAFT STRIPES A BOYS' GIFT BARGAIN! «to20 795 Stripes on the horizon for the holidays! Rich Acrilan'acrylicand mohair, brushed to a shaggy softness in super color combos. BOYS' PLAID SPORT SHIRTS . . . PENN-PREST! Gift-right plaids in For- tre(* polyester and combed cotton. Never need ironing! Just machine wash, tumble dry. Exciting value I 6-20. SPECIAL BUY! DOESKIN WOOL FLANNEL SKIRTS Made to our exacting specifications! Soft, rich wool flannel in A-line, slim, pleated silhouettes. Newest colors! S'zes 8 to 18. FLUFF Ail OVER, AND REAL FURI Electrified shearling lamb uppers for 'two feet' of comfort! Napped lining, soft sol** and padd«id heels. HIGH-RISE WARMTH IN LINED SLIPPERS Down-to-earth warmth with soft vinyl uppers and cozy acrylic pile lining. Soft soles, padded heel*. Honey tan. Forget ironing! our x Towncraft Plus' sport shirts are PENN-PREST SOLIDS! PLAIDS! They're self-ironingl Just machine wash . . . tumble dry — wear! Seams stay flat, won't pucker ... no wrinkles ... no need to even touch up! Choose solids of polyester/cotton in pastel, medium and deep tones, or bright plaids of Fortrel* polyester and combed cotton. Impeccably Penney-tailored . . . gift value! * WHEN TUMBIE DRIED. DEERTONE MOC PILE LINED For him; hand-laced semi-hard soles, covered with glove leather. Glove leather uppers warmly lined with acryl- PRETTY-PLEASE PLEATED SLIPPERS Softest ever) Glove leather uppers with pleated vamp. Cotton lining, flexible soles. In black, o to ION.. __ 4.99

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