The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1948 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 2, 1948
Page 18
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' 1 UppTr DM Mdtosi fuisday, Mired 2, 1946 Soft Casual of Rayon Gabardine i n white with metal buttons $14.95 Any romancer will tell you what The magic of o forget-me-not Can do on your arm — or even your ear, To make a heart beaf faster, dear. Forget-Me-Not cuff bracelet set $3.50 Over 200 earring sets at $1.00 as the first Soft wall hat and coat- size 1 to 4—pastel colors $14.95 Jackets-Trousers in 2 to 8 sizes—Jacket, checked flannel $4.45 Trousers of twill 'gabardine , $2.50 and corduroy at $3.98 GOTHAM GOLD STRIPE AD JU STABLES* fit tall, medium and smqll TALI? w.qr Adjustablei at (Heir full Itngth. They glv* y«u the •xlra length and • lq»titlly you •».«; y.$. f*t. Net. I72|tj4, IK MEDIUM? Flip In tht tap to the first adjustment ttripe. Adjust to ony length cjirdU- SHORT? I="P i" top to the second adjustment stripe. The patented top assures a smooth flat hem. ,' Spring Colors at $1.65 pr. 45 gauge 30 denier nylon. Kossuth Youths At Afhds Session Fifteen from Kossuth attended a stale rural young people's 'as- embly' at Ames over Saturday and Sunday. Among the group from this county wei-e Forrest Ives, of the Farm Bureau offices: Eugene and Irene Draeger and Beverly Kain. Paul Bernhard, Algona; Gerald Soderburg, and Ross Inman, Bancroft; Donovan Studcr and Dale Johnson, Cofwith; Orville Mullcr and Milo Kollasch, Whittemore. . . . but long on beauty, this 100% all - wool Vt length coat., Flare back, smart shoulder and pocket detail. In pastel shades. • $24.75 Here's grandma's Gibson Girl beau-catcher brought«te fer '43 in fine woven cpmfced'yarn cotton seersucker with lots, lots and lots of buttons, Swing skirt. Assorted pastels. S?e? 7rJS. $14,95 I r ' Our Junior Bazaar Cover Suit \ <M KNOX'always leads the parade' for,"tn'* lady WHo likes, a; fine tailored ha'tJlb'jB*' worn, wiih .Jhal new suit. M«ftfe's; iHe nai everybody' c«th wear—everywhere, It's triplets—a flip ; of' the i brim! 6r. » quick fold of "life 1 crown gives, it ithte* 'distinct..personalities. ' See'bun hew, Spring"'display of KNOX HATS in all colors—all sizes. $8.95 and Up. > ' ' This lovely suit was chosen by the editors of JUNIOR, BAZAAR for the cover of the Feb. issue. And they couldn't have selected a finer suit to reflect the tempo of the times— young, smart, cray! Yours in a fine all-wool gabardine. AJAUN- TY JUNIOR. IT'S EXCLUSIVELY OURS! The creation of 'of the season—a LEVINE ORIGINAL! Featured in VOGUE magazine, this .dress of fine; sheer, .rayon crepe with its softly spreading collar banded with eyelet embroidery, is the latest interpretation of the new Spring silhouette. Sizes 14 Vj— 22!/ 2 . Priced at $24,50 ','Sprlng" is the magic yvord so many people wait longingly for during, the cold winter months. 'Ac' . • ' ' ' '•'' '<, , tually Spring is not,yet .here" but those who' are waiting are shopping now, for their new dresses, ""^- suits, coats/ and hats. • ' THE CHRISCHILLES STORE has tried to make these shopping days more'^V^ pleasant by giving you the atmo's* phere of Spring now. Albert Hagg t ' , has given the interior of our stori ^a freshening coat of paint. We*** "*• " \ .' y$ ' have .a beautiful new flowered" carpet in,,<pur, ready-to-wear de- partment that'/fdirly,' breames, the ' atmosphere; of Spring. We want • you to feel "in'the mood'' when you do your shopping for this'new season. „ ' •__ In this ad we have pictured four garments and our finest tailored*', 1r hat. All of'these garments carry a i'j f 'j * famous name behind them thus "'i 'assuring ,you of the QUALITY IiTf^ i '• 1 l merchandise that has made i pur f ( store famous. DURING THIS ^EN- "^ TIRE WEEK WE WIU HAVE AU OF THESE PARTICULAR NUMBERS IJN^ OUR WEST SHOW WINDOW SET ^ IN A BACKGROUND OF SPRIN^''" STOP. AND SEE THEM AS YpXl ENTER OUR STORE, ". A We wan? you Jo make THE CHRIV' SCHIUES STORE .your sHbpping We have the. w new Ipok" In !4wp* 4 *ter» and we hf»ye the "ne^r Isiek'f, V, In owr merchandise, Shop with \ii, P\ wherejihe w»r^ QUAUTY reign*, . ^ i •• A * . , , , , , < r. ? i, i *IT The "topper" is again the choice for Spring. And a JAUNTY JUN^ IOR gives you everything in'this ,ine coat of pure wool suede. Curved from collar to hipline, it \ can be worn over both suits and dress- S6'6C$ > '-vlW >sa V # BETTY ftoraVw! ifw» : *!» % Hnesl -siyle an£ t; work$aij°ship» j Aftf.wlU tjteiu yo tt wjjh U's fell swinging feacjt, tbe v rQ^|')hlsc of snd Jhe excJm Imss. And $ 4 : ^1p •;•« << j X; >.-^J ft J^.tt'rA'Xi ** ;«JL r^-, "--?, "il Air^l- 'sii^OTfL'*-

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