The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1957 · Page 8
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r Smart To Your Finger-Tips In HANSEN GLOVES 8-AI 9 ena (la.) Upptr tot Molnw April It, 195? The perennial Easter favorite — frosty white — shares honors with neutral tones in this special ^ Hanson glove collection. Wear yours verv, very short or very long . .*. plain or appliqued . . . but be very sure they're HANSEN GLOVES! 1.00 to 3.95 Feminine Elegance in EASTER DRESSES Sweet and Tender Pastels . . Gala Prints . . . Rich Navy V fantasy of fabrics and the .-xcitement of color .... >lend the two here at Fowlers in your Easter dress choice . . . and you'll appear as a "conversation topic" in the Easter parade! Rich nylon frocks, stunning jerseys, prints, plains, pastel,s and of course, Navy! A. large dress selection for women, misses, juniors at Fowlers ! 10.95 to 19.95 FAILLE COATS Easter Fashion Hit I For Every Tiny Little Mis? and Lody — We Have Sizes ' 5 to 421 The newest in silhouettes . . . the-clutch coat in rich Faille, femininely full ... to envelop you in fashionable folds of rippling faille. Many with lovely shawl collars running from neckline to hem . . . . interesting back treatments such as the Empire bow! Pastels, navy, white, also the new Black velveray, also black and gold faille! Remember . . * . sizes 5 t9 42 ! 12.95 to 19,95 Mojud Hose . , , sheer! Be perfectly turned out on Easter . . . even to your sheer, sheer nylons ! We have famous Moju<Js in regular and stretch, plain or seamless. 1.00to1.5QPr. FOWLERS I4STIR LOCALS Marcia, fite feat old daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken is recovering from measles. Mr and Mr* Gene Heimet spent Sunday at Clarion with Mrs Heimer's patents, Mr and Mrs Lee Martin. John Mahdftty returned home Monday from Iowa City whert he has been the past few day? for a checkup. Mr and Mrs Joseph McFarland spent Sunday at Perry with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Glenn McFarland. Mrs Emma Dehnert was visited last week by her son Leon Dehnert, of Luverne, Minn. He also visited Mr and Mrs Melvin Olson. Mr and Mrs Theodore Martin spent Sunday at Dell Rapids, S. D., with the latter's brother- n-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Robert Hagg. Mrs C, A. Geilenfeld and Mrs lenry Geilenfeld drove to Fores City Monday to visit the former'?, son-in-law and daughter, Mr an wrs Marion Donohue. Mr and Mrs Leslie Higley and 'amily spent Monday at Fenton and were dinner guests of Mrs iigley's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs John Bailey. Mr and Mrs Nick Fisch are at Rochester where Mr Fisch had major surgery last week. He will be there another week and his wife is remaining there with him. Joan Sernett who teaches at Cedar Falls, will be here Saturday to spend her ten days Easter vacation with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Charlej Hinken. Mr and Mrs Glen Raney are leaving today (Thursday) for Dubuque and will visit a week with their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs Robert Hokhammer and children. Mr and Mrs E. L. Garbell were visited over the weekend by Mrs Thomas Garbett of Des Moines They spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with Mrs E. L. Garbett's niece and husband, Dr. ana Mrf G. W. Patterson. Mrs Hugo Johnson has had recent word from her brother Ernest Pilcher of Guckeen, Minn, that he will have surgery for a stomach ulcer as. soon as he recovers from a cold and cough He is at the Veterans' hospital, Minn. Phyllis and Agnes Rose Elberl spent from Tuesday till Thursday at Carroll with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedt. Mrs Bierstedt has- been sick with the flu and her sisters were there to assist with the house work. Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen will have as weekend guests the former's parents, Mr and Mrs A. T. Hemmingsen of Newel. They will have Mrs Hemmingsen's parents, Mr and Mrs S. A. Slater of Worthington, Minn., as Easter weekend guests. Mr and Mrs John Helmers had as guests Sunday their sons-in- law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Virgil Wilschusen and family 01 Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson of Minneapolis. The Carlsons brought with them Luanna Wilschusen who had visited then awhile. Mr and Mrs Harry Phillips have returned from California where they had expected to make their home. They are now located at Mountain .yiew, Mo., and are operating an ice cream parlor. Mrs Carrie Haase also plans to return and will for a time be with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase. A/3C Rodney Kickbush has been here from the Shepphard air base in Texas and visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbusch. He left Thursday (today) for Park air base, Calif, and from there will go to Hawaii. Kenneth Kickbusch was called t<j Guttenberg last week by the serious sickness of his mother. Mrs J. C. Kickbusch. Mr and Mrs L. E. Hovey, Beverly and David have returned from •& trip to Kenosha, Wis., and Chicago. At Kenosha they visited brothers of Mrs Hovey, Tim and E, C. Hovey and their families. Beverly and Mrs Hovey spent a few days in" Chicago. They' returned via train, the others having come home, sooner via aufo, My and Mrs J. F, Hofius, the latter's brother and niece, Henry Dearchs and Julia Taylor, have returned from a 24-day trip which covered 6,000 miles, in 16 states and Washington, D. C There they visited a niece and her husband of Mrs Hofius, Mr and Mrs Ed Casey, the former *uth Dearchs, and at Baltimore hey visited a nephew and his amily, Mr and Mrs Ray Dearchs. Sn route home they had to go hrough the recently flooded areas n Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois and even then, water covered the highways. Please £e Our Guest ALGONA NIGHT Sat., April 20 The BUDDY MOORE Band This Ad Will Admit TWO COUPLiS FREE LARAMAI* RaM^u, tftti ,,,„.., •:..„•• Ballroom ~ Ft. Dodge Ralph Zarnow - Eajter Sun. — - Thur$ " ST|EP OUT IN STYLE FOR EASTER! 10 More Days of Our Easter Surprise! $50.00 SUIT FREE No String*! Nothing To Buy ! Just Come In And Register Your Name If Yours Is Drawn You Get Your Pick of Any Fifty-Dollar Soft FREE $500.00-BOND FREE If You Have Purchased a Suti At The Hub During This Period ... And If Yours Is The Name Drawn. You Get a $500.00 U. S. Savings Bond Absolutely FREE. (Drawing Held Sat., April 20, Day Before Easter, at 5:00 p.m.) YOUR HUB SUIT IS HERE in a Worsted, a Flannel, a Nubby Tweed . . . with the Higher, Narrower Lapel Treatment .... the Three Button Leak ... or a Trim Double-Breasted ... in a Medium Tone of Blue, Tan or Brown . . . Plain Fabric or Subtle Pattern ... All Designed to Give Mr. Man That Pounds Lighter and Years Younger Look 39 95 „ 69 50 "SPRUCER-UPPERS!" DOBBS and LEE HATS with a 'round the clock casualness, fit thai "feels" as well as looks good, in the narrow- brimmed higher, crown or the flat-top (Continental) shape. Brown, Grey, Blue, banded to contrast - r 7.95 and 10.95 FREEMAN SHOES in refined brogue style (wing- lip), plain toes, or soft and flexible slip-ons in wide array of styles. Brown or black/ combination leathers. - 9.95 lo 14.95 You Not Only Look Good But You 'Feel' Good In HUB CLOTHIERS As always," the 'label' tells the story . . . and a Hub Clothiers label * tells a man that he can feel as well as look well-dressed. At Easter-tide. when a man elects lo be at his best in appearance, is the perfect lime to get acquainted with Hub Clothiers clothing quality — if you are not already I SPRING NECKWEAR with a "fashion plate look", with a slimmer and narrower appeprance and featuring smar/t regimental stripes . . . more, subdued designs and colors. The newest and best from Wembley and Superb* ..,,. ,„.__ j f50 The 'AT-EASP look In Freedom-Feeling Sports Coat and Feather-Light Slacks Tweedy looking sports jackets with the higher, trimmer lapel treatment, flap pockets and center vent - — 24,85 to 39.95 Casual Slacks lighter in weight, lighter in hue, cut with comfortable ease, in wide choice of plains or patterns 8.ilto 16,95 VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS as fresh and new as Spring itselfl Featuring, for Easter wear, the Van Heusen "Gen- tury" white broadcloth, with wrinkle^free, wiUless collar . , and Van Heusen stripes and plain colors. „„,_.. 4,00 i Ktini LIAMS AUGONA.IOWA ,4,,

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