The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1965
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V, I * ill Algona (la.) Upper De» Me!rt«-f ueiday, December }, 1965 K* \l \* ^ GIFT WRAPPING and DUSTERS a "SURE to PLEASE" gift... Sizes 10 to 20's, and Small, Medium and Large ON OUR BALCONY $3.99 to $11.00 A PLEASURE always high on the gift-list X high on the lft list! Dozens of Assorted Styles and Materials Mohair, Angora and Orlon-Acrilic in V-Neck Slipon and Button Styles Both Single and Double Breasted. V $7.00 to $17.00 - q (On Our Fashion Balcony). mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi m M^ * ~. **. — At fi Russ Togs and Bobby Brooks i, ^ Holiday Dresses At Well As Regular . . . Brocades, Woolens In Both Stretch and Double Knit. A nice group of pastels and light colors, as well as dark. SIZES IN JUNIOR GIRLS - 5 to 15 REGULARS - from 10 to 241* / 7200 to 25.00 I' BLACKS Pastels & Dark Colors In Stretch Slacks, and Pasttls and Dark 1 Colors In Woolen Slacks. REGULAR STRETCH $8 to $12 $° to $13 itA* 6 GIFTS FOR THE HOME Bedspreads — Blankets — Sheets SLIPPERS Assorted stylet, and Colon '$1.99. $3.99^ to give CHRISTMAS Is for CHILDREN GIRLS DRESSES Perky Styles for Holiday Press Up including Jumper Presses $3.99 to 7.99 Boys Buster Brown TOGS SUCKS - T-SHIRTS IQNQ * SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS, Crtw Neck end Slipovers, Button Fronts - All Dyed to Match MAIN FLOOR KAYSIiR What Could Please Her More Than A Box of Her Famous KAYSER SHEERS) Seamless or seamed ... in an array of shades as bright and beautiful as the Holidays themselvesl Send season's greetings the smart way , . . with KAYSER Hosiery. s 1.35 BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS Long Sleeves, Plains and Dark Prints $1.99 SUe* 3 to 16 Infant's Wear The Tiny Tot likes Cifts Top JQPY4AMMA line- Knit T«riy Sloth, or Nylon Jama», fnop or Zipper Front! in Colors or Prints Stretch Styles $1.99 to $2.99 M\x and Match in an Assortment of StyUs — Light and warm' colors. They brighten the spirit with style and comfort. BLOUSES.. $5 to y SKIRTS ...9 to $13 Ship'n Shore Blouses $4 Up — on Fashion Balcony In Our GIFT BASEMENT You'll be pleasingly surprised to find such a large selection of GIFTS in our Basement Dept. and at reasonable prices for quality items. Plan on browsing around a while — you'll be glad you did, and so will the favored folks who get your gifts. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE MANY ITEMS / TEFLON Kitchen Ware / Vases / Pyrex and Corning Ware / Plaques / Salt and Pepper Sets / lamps / Cream and Sugar Sets / Cannister Sets / A Big Variety of Quality Dinnerware / Italian Candle and Candy Bowls / California Ceramic Relish Trays / Fancy Ceramic Ash Trays AND A HOST OF PLEASINGLY DIFFERENT >GIFT SUGGESTIONS fashions Rambling Rose Peignoir • Nylon Tricot • Three quarter length sleeves and round collar frilled with Val lace • Double sheer yoke edged with rose embroidered scallops and twin rosettes • Satin ribbon bow and four ' button closing $7.00 Slip • Nylon Tricot • A dainty banding of Val lace and sheer tricot shapes the bodice of this slender sheath • An embroidered flower emphasizes the pointed decolletage • Val lace and an app|jq ue top twin folds of sheer at the hemline $4.00 LADIES SWEAT SHIRTS A Nice Variety Short Sleeve - $2.69 ^ Long Sleeve - $3.00 all Colors COSTUME JEWELRY Boxed Jewelry — $1 & $2 Earrings, Bracelets and Necklaces to match — $1 & $2 Rings-$1 Crucifixes - $1 & $2 Children's Sportswear MATCHING SKIRTS and SWEATERS Knee Sox If Desired SKIRT or SWEATER each $6,99 on Main Floor STRETCH $LACKS FOR GIRLS and MATCHING APIECE SIACK sets $2,99 to $4,99 2 PIECE §ETS - $2.99 to $5-99 MISSES JUNIOR MISSIS SWEATERS Orion Bulky Knit, Wool Bulkies, Wool ti Mo< hair. Imported Knits , , i BIG SEI-ECTION $7 and Up ON OUR FRIENDLY COURTEOUS SALES PEOPLE All Styles And Colors Of PURSES Shoulder Bags - Beaded Bags - A Dressy Selection To Please All Ages $3 to $8 Main Floor r < '

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