"JV" Fashions For Easter Algeria (la.) Upper Dos Mftlnes-3 Tuesday, March 20, 1956 EASTER MILLINERY Captivating Easier bonnets for you .at: Fowlers I -Featherweight •straws, straw weaves, frothy fabric hats — many laden with Spring-fresh flowers. Try them 6n at Fowlers! - 298 to 7.98 EASTER DRESSES Featuring "Graceful Modes" spring dresses in sizes and styles for all ^women. Featherweight fabrics, lots of printed crepes, interesting .new nubby weave fabrics, Easter parade hits! 1095 to 19.95 SHORTIE COATS Hip-length, slimly tapered toppers that are so useful and So versatile. Tailored of soft, light " weight fabrics — so you cam Combine with skirl and blouse and have a boxy suitl "Belly ;Ro'se" fashioned! up A. S. FINE SUITS A. S. Fine Suits for Easter wear have .a slimming, slenderizing way about them, and fabrics are A. S. Fine lop caliber. Shorter jackets, some gently bloused, and slimming 'skirts. In deeplones thai • look lovely when accented with while or pasiels. LAMPL ENSEMBLES Jacket and skirt to match in the rich _new linen-weave, and contrasting blouses . . . three-pieces of smartness fc* Easter wear. Also Kay McDowell jacket ' and skirt ensembles in linen weave. •y • i i A •„•••. i*i"tf. j.. •l^m*&/s FOWLERS Chi Everything smart and new for a "Young Easter" . . . . and all in one place on Fowlers Children's Floor! From infants to teens, you can outfit them beautifully here for the Easter parade! GIRLS COATS In Sizes From Four to Fourteen! Tricky, flattering new styles with flares and lucks and fancy buttons and lacy col- •larottes! Let that daughter of yours appear' at her best for Easter in a new Fowler coat. Size range from four lo fourteen years. UP GIRLS SHORTIE COATS For sister who is really a "big girl" now, as we have stunning shprtie toppers in rich fleeces" and soft pastel tones. Styled and tailored like mother's! GIRLS DRESSES From Kate Greenaway and Cinderella The two most .famous labels in girls dresses . . . and whole racks of them for your choosing! Ginghams, prints, pastels, plain colors — in tricky styling for Easter '56! From tiny tot* lo girls in their teens, there's just the- Fowler frock you want! And Hosts of Other New Things on Fowlers Children's Floor . . . Pozens of Easter Bonnets «t $1.98 up ... Girls Blouses, Flaring Petticoats, Nylon and Stretchy Gloves, Trim- Fit Hose . . . and Lots of Stunning New Things for the Very, Very Tiny! Outfit the Kiddies at Fowlers! llil Around AIgon a The East Fork Chapter of the •zaak Walton League meet Wednesday evening, 8 p.m. a he Moose lodge hall. —o— „ Members of !the Algona' Fire Department are entertaining their \vives at dinner at the VFW hall on Saturday evening. Walter Schildknechi spent last week from Sunday through Friday at Marshalltown where he attended an air - coriditidning school. —o—• Mr and Mrs Allan Buchanan and three children spent the weekend at Atlantic with Mrs Buchanan's parents, Mr and Mrs Karl Wiuff. Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee went to Lincoln, Neb. Friday for a visit of several days with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. E. Beardsley. —o-. Mr ahd Mrs Tom McGraw and John, Mary and Jimmy spent the weekend «t Gaylord, Minn, where they visited Mrs McGraw's mother, Mrs Bertha Friederichs. Mrs Clara Pratt went to Wesi Union Sunday for a few day's visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Tr'aeger, Sr. and other relatives., —o— Mr and Mrs Don Preiskorn had as their guests on Sunday, Mrs Prciskorn's son, Robert Koll and Mary Coady of Fort Dodge. Miss Coady also .visited her parents at Burt. Mrs T. C. Hutchison will be hostess to the P. E. O. society at her home on Wednesday evening. The program, Iowa Industries, will be given by Mrs H. W. Miller. , ,. Mr ' and Mrs Clair" Thomas spent the weekend at Mason City as guests of, Mr and. Mrs Cliff Randall* On : Monday, they went to Des Moines to attend a Norge products meeting. -;"';. Mr and Mrs W. F. Col well and three children were Sunday guests of Mrs Colwell's br&ther- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Merle Bruhl at Klemme. The women's mother, Mrs O. G. ; Day of Clarion was also present. —o— Mrs Richard Burt and Mrs Walter 'Schildknecht entertained a group of ladies of their neighborhood at bridge at the Schild- khecht home on Wednesday evening. •—o— The Senior class at St. Cecelia's Academy will hold a bake sale Sunday after Mass, in the Academy hall and proceeds will finance the ^Senior's annual Skip Day. —o— Mrs Ernest ' Egel came home Friday from iowa City where she had been a patient for several weeks with a hip ailment. She is much improved but it is still difficult for her to gel around. Mrs John Schutler will be hostess to the committee chairmen of the Concert Association drive at her home on Thursday afternoon. Mrs Wesley Bartletl is co-chairman with Mrs Schutter. The Algonn chairmen will meet at 1:30, the chairmen from the'other Kossuth towns at 2:30 The Rev. and Mrs Luther H. Loesch received word' Thursday that their son, Ronald had been brought from Germany to an army hospital at Denver, Colo They left for Denver Friday morning. The seriousness of Ronald's illness is not known here at this writing. —o— Mr and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee went to Des Moines Thursday and were overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Sawyer. Mr Sigsbee attended an a^r-conditioning meeting on Friday.' Mrs Sawyer and Mrs Sigsbee visited the WHO studios where they entoy- ed meeting -Tack Shelly, new? bureau head, who conducted them on a tour of the station. —o- Saturday evening supper guests at the home of Joyce Hayden were Mrs Esther Lindhart 'of Pascagoula, Mississippi, Mrs Florence Hayden of Ware and Mr and Mrs W. J. Bolie of Ruthven. Sunday Joyce and her guests were at dinner at thi home of Dr. and Mrs M. D. Hayden and family at Marcus, la. . -o . . Mr and Mrs Dick Strayer went to Joplin, Missouri on Friday where Mr Strayer interviewed for a Boy Scout Executive position. He has been accepted for a 45 day professional scouter's training course to be held in New Brunswick, N. J. beginning in April and will decide upon i> position before starting t h c 1 school. Mrs Strayer and the children will remain in Algoiu. while he is in New Brunswick. Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz took their daughter. Mrs Norman Hanevik and baby to Prairie, la., Friday evening where she took the Flyer to San Francisco, to join her husband, Norman who is in the Air Force. The baby being hospitalized, the trip h; d to be delayed for three days. The Norman Haneviks' address is 812' Schuman, Apt. A., Pettaluma, Calif. The Rentz also have a son living in Inglewood, Calif., where he is employed as a personnel. About Time Transient Siding 'Experts Your Home! rr^-"7 wes , , n ^ «*» ^3ss^# -•« *e * OUR HONEST DESIRS IS TO HELP YOU ... We do not wish to discourage competition because competition is the basis of all good business. However we have listened to many families who have been led astray with false promises and have lost large sums of money to questionable firms from larger cities and from out of state. If you honestly feel that the Roofing and Siding Salesman at your door is offering you something at an exceptional price we urge you to consult one of the firms listed below for a FREE Cost Comparison. If the Salesman calling on you is an honest businessman hs will welcome your investigation into just how big a bargain you are getting. They will be calling on you very soon so feel Free to Contact one of the Firms listed below for a Free Price Comparison. They will be happy to do so at no costs whatsoever. Investigate before you spend . . not after. INVESTIGATE THAT "BARGAIN" You'll be money ahead if you investigate what you are buying bef o re you sign any papers. The Algona firms listed below will be happy to give you advice, cost comparisons or any other service you may desire Free of Charge. Because of the Homeowner's pride in 'his home's appearance, he has long been the victim of Fly-by-Night, Get-Rich-Quick Firms with no knowledge of construction or materials. This ad is published with the hope that the people of this area will be spared from investing hard earned Savings into Something that they receive very little for. BOTSFORD LUMBERCO. MILLER LUMBER CO. KELLEY LUMBER CO. F. S. NORTON & SON READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO.
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