Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1967 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 2, 1967
Page 14
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ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY THE PENNEY STORY Suddenly we 9 re very 'in* with teenage daughters! By ROBERTA NASH When I overheard a girl tell her mother one of our dresses was 'tuff,' I asked my teenage niece for a translation and found out the girl meant she liked it. Today's high school and college girls (boys, too) are a good deal more knowledgeable about their styles than they used to be. And just between us mothers, so is Penneys. Because the kids said, 'Give us what we want,' and our fashion buyers got the message. After all, Penneys is, you know, like 'tuff.' SPECIAL! Girls' cozy warm corduroy pile lined jackets! The Great New Look: ribby cotton corduroy . . . in favorite cowl hood suburban model with snug, soft pile lining (Orion® acrylic, Mom). Surprise! It's even foam laminated for lightweight warmth and wrinkle resistance. Penney quality all the way ... for a low, low price! Woodsy colors. LOOK! Sweaters and pants O each Fabulous bulky turtleneck sweaters in easy-care Orion" acrylic! A super value made possible by a very special yarn purchase! In a beautiful assortment of stitches and patterns! Long, new 'muscle 1 sleeves. 7 to 14. Value>prieed Penn-Prest* stretch pants ... the lowest tag we've ever been able to put on rayon/nylon pants like these! Tailored waist, side zip, detachable straps, tapered cut. In fashion colors! 7 to 16. Sizes 3 to 6x . . .$2 i Event starts Wednesday, October 4th ... don't miss these values!

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