The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1946 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 9, 1946
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PAGE TWO. .AtfcOtfA tJPPEft il You'll Be the Grandest Lady * f ' '' jl ,"vj" ^* ' '' 'f i* U ' ,'** ' f -/ k " •"*' »» T'''< r i £v' J- * ,"**i',-!>\ ' '•** "*£""!'£'jk ''.,'lf i -'if iWvJ^W-l,! jt-iV'?** . ', < . '"-' '• •''' ' - •'':'-•" ' :' ! ',:,,; \ : Akona ^5 gona and Young Matrons are Photogra,pke,4 Stores-A Sample of What Awaits f ou on Your E&STER She; fco»f.AA**B MISS ROSANNE REDING illustrates younger set fashions in this Nile green shortie coat by Charlene. To complete her striking costume she wears a Trik skirt, Miss America felt hat and black suede loafers. Her bag is a black patent shoulder strap style. Kresensky's MRS. GLADYS SHUMWAY is wearing a MinxMode black crepe dress deftly trimmed in blue and rose, .with the smart touch of white suede fabric gloves. Her hat is a black felt Casablanca and her shoes — Easter's shining patent leather sandals. Kresensky's MISS JEAN PUTZSTUCK appears for the Easter Parade in a handsome black wool suit' with horizontal fuchsia bands. Her smart accessories are a black plastic ihandbasr, black gloves, ribbon- trimmed half hat and black gabardine pumps. The gold bantTchoker is an added touch. Kresensky's .MISS JOAN CRAWFORD has her picture taken wearing a "Dar- ; lene Jr." of woven seersucker with'- eyelet embroidery around .the 1 shoulders and around the bottom.' T,his " Jr." .is in red or blue, in sizes 9 to 15..A young set fashion with a big future. Christensen's MRS. ROBERT WILLIAMS is ' pictured in an afternoon party dr.ess with printed crepe top ,that ends in smart lattice apron effect over a black skirt. She is carrying a black plastic b^tg with IB-button length black gloves..Her.h^t'te-t))* new Global sailor of saturn braldj Ghristensen's ' MISS»MARY T.' VAN k smarts Jier'Easter stroll smartly at- 'ttired In shrimp cqjoredswop,l,«_a,b- ,ardine suit . . .>KHnertt<s's oiie- ibnUon<{Oardigan style. Her white Jewelry neckline' dloltey Is unusually smart, and«ghe carries -W$?H- .k'id floves. Atop her head is a little ,telt half hat. ..Christensen's MRS. JOHN FOTII appears as the picture of Easter in a light gray tailored suit with a black shortie coat draped over her shoulders. A dramatic touch is achieved by fuchsia scarf and globes to match. She w^ars a mul- tl-colqved flower hat and -the final touch of smartness is the lapel pin on h«r coat. Graham's MRS. KENNETH BATES is pictured wearing a truly Spring-like drew with small bjack flowered urint on a white background. Note the new tunic with its wide shoulder line; nipped in waist and flaring Beplum. Addition of a new plastic co^npact, linen 'kerchief and a gardenia in her hair complete the effect. MISS JUNE ROTH smiles gaily as she models this all-wool crepe suit in the new aqua shad* that is so popular this Spring. Her suit jacjjet has matching bow and button shftujder tr|m. Her blouse and gloves are in Spring white,* costume is completed by a xouth.r lul flower trimmed halo hat. MRS. JEANNE WJLLAS.SON- pictured in the classic Easier tume of wool piii-striped gray suit in sm^rt buttoned and belted carr di^an style. Her accessories are black plastic handbag and bl««k suede matehlfljf gloves. Her ^laclf with a. flattering COW whit* f loweri. costume favored by bfce* w»| belted tw usual cut, with smarf _ Graham's Graham's $, %t L,, Co, • • f^. "•" -v.v ;,'• v-^.^-L'-r.^^sii^^&i^M^.':!

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