The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 7, 1961 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 15

Ottawa, Kansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, November 7, 1961
Page 15
Start Free Trial

DON'T MISS THIS GREAT VALUE EVENTI YOU'LL FIND SCORES OF SPECTACULAR MONEY-SAVERS AT WARDS—HURRY IN Reg. 2.98 Brent flannels of San- forized* cotton in new patterns, colors. Long tails stay in. Machine washable. S-M-L-XL. Wash 'n wear dress shirts of San* forized* cotton rarely need ironing. 2-way convertible cuffs, curl-proof spread collar. 14-17. *Max. shrinkage 1% save 1.1O WARM FLANNEL SLACKS FOR MEN 7.M Well tailored wool and Acrilan® Acrylic blend. Smart pleated model in new Fall colors. 29-42. sale! flannel and dress shirts for men FOR 1 99 ••a. a.4t Shirt *r 4r«w«r* Golden Brent Raschel knit combed cotton retains, body heat, adds warmth. Men's S, M, L, XL men! save 1.38 now •I OFF ON WORK SHOES OR OXFORDS Reg. 6.99. Here's long wear, comfort ... at sale- price savings! Supple leathers, rugged soles. Hurry in! Sizes 6-12. save 1.54 MEN'S DOE-LOU* SURCOATS WITH PILE LINING IUO. I5.9S • Doe-Lon* vinyl looks and fools like leather Great buy! Long wearing surcoat warmly lined with plush Orion® Acrylic pile, trimmed with cotton knit. Colors. 36-46. WASH II WEAR TWILL OUTFITS A60 ^^ MO. 7.9 • Buy shirt and pants . . . save more. Galey & Lord combed cotton Cramerton Cloth. Sanforized Plus*. Limited time! Shirt alone ....... 3.05 Pants alone. ..... 3.95 *5 waft fotfcd for woih andwearability MATCHING JACKET R*g.7.79.Wash 'n wear combed cotton J^99 Cramerton Cloth. V Lined for warmth. LEATHER WORK CAP Reg. 2.49: Steerhide leather. Jockey style. Cot- l99 • ton fleece lined. THERMAL SOCKS Reg. 3 prs. 1.50. Warm thermal knit combed cotton. 10'/2-l 3. VIA •• WORK GLOVES Reg.Spr*. 1.15. Heavyweight cotton jersey. M tttt^ Fleece lined. Lg. «* "' OO C WORK PANTS SALE! Reg. 4.98. Thickset cotton corduroy. Zipper fly front. Long wearing. GET YOUR GIFT CERTIFICATES AT WARDS-PAY NO MONEY DOWN

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free