The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1966 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Tuesday, December 13, 1966
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Tuesday, Dee. 13, 1966 -Algona, (la.) Upper DM Molim ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY OPEN EVERY NITE EXCEPT SATURDAYS TILL CHRISTMAS Please Pop with our own Towncraft pj's and robes! Lively print pajamas look wonderful on Christmas morning, and all year around. Sanforized® cotton broadcloth. Notch collar, pullover, middy. 3.98 Cotton terry robe— a great surprise for Dad, husband, all the men in the family. Perfect for after shower. In plenty of zingy colors. A great gift value at Penney's modest price! £. O O O.7O CHARGE IT Very welcome gift ideas! Luxurious quilted robes Rich quilted nylon tricot robes — in extra sizes, tool Lovely styles with glamour trims. All easy-care with polyester fiberfill for extra coziness. Pick the styles she'll like best. Pastel solids and prints, too. misses' sizes, 9.98 extra sizes, 10.98 Her favorite sleepwear It's so easy to be a good Santal Gift the gals with sleepwear from this quick-care collection. Find sheer nylon tricot waltz gowns and cozy Zantrel® polynosic-cotton flannelette long gowns. Holiday trims. misses' sizes, 3.98 GIFT SLIPPERS FOR THE FAMILY! Men's moc-toe Soft-side leather upper, cushion crepe rubber sole and heel. Comfort plus. 3.99 Pile-lined slipon For him. Split leather upper, Acrylic pile lining. Flexible sole, rubber heel. 4.50 Pompon slipon Soft, pearlized vinyl with real fur pompon. Cozy acrylic lining. 4.50 Glittery scuff Cross-strap open slipper in soft leather; metallic trim, low heel. 1.99 lamb*trim 'moc' For boys — smooth split leather upper, lamb trim. Rubber sole, heel. 3,50 Infants' 'pet' Rayon-cotton plush sock-top slipper with built-in squeaker. Infants' 1.99

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