Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1967 · Page 22
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 4, 1967
Page 22
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ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY THE PENNEY STORY How to design clothes for kids By ROBERTA NASH Children's clothes don't stand still much. They run. And jump. And climb, and twist, and wiggle. Penney's clothes are designed with all these things very much in mind. Fi rst, Penney's things are comfortable. The fit is loose where it's supposed to be loose and snug where it's supposed to be snug. And second, Penney's clothes are very rugged. Penneys knows what a fourth- grade teacher told me once. "There's a great difference between casual dress and sloppy dress," she said. "Every child can look neat." GIRLS' CUDDLEQUILT ROBES FOR GIFTING Cozy warm and charmingly pretty quilted nylon tricot or taffeta robes! Pick her favorite from prints or solids with fanciful trims of ribbon, lace, even embroideries! Delectable colors, to make her the happiest girl in the world come Christmas". 4-14. 3.99 GIVE HER SLIPPERS... Smart grown up styUng she's sure to love! Quilted rayon satin perked with a pretty bow; synthetic sole and heel. 10 to 3, 2.99 ORLON® KNIT TRIOS GO NEAT FOR BIG AND LITTLE SISTER Pert ensembles for the young fashion set. Everything's knit in Or Ion* aery lie so Mom can take it easy! The sleeveless shell and matching cardigan are novelty rib knit ... the box pleater skirt is backed with stay neat acetate tricot. Colors: turquoise, pink. Great gift idea! 4 to 6x, $8; 7 to 16, $10 •flu Font's M«|. TM

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