Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1937 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1937
Page 16
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Mated Threesome (left). A subtle "end-and-end pattern" in all three fabrics cleverly relates this shirt, tie and 'kerchief. The set, in a masculine gift box, marked with initial, $2.50—or individually, shirt $1.65, tie 65c, handkerchief 35c. Hose and Tie Sets. The cleverly designed clock in the hose (above) borrows its motif from the sparkling allover pattern of the tie—the set, $1.50. •^'"flM A6VANCS. ALfl5NA. , Blazer Stripes are so smart and masculine that both the pajamas and shorts have been fashioned from the same material. Their soft silky broadcloths and pliable Nobelt waist make them big favorites with the men. Pa- jania $1.95, short 50c. gifts "HE appreciate A Special Group of handsomely styled ties, selected to appeal to a wide variety of taste. Rich patterns, in different colors, boxed. Extreme left and right are $1.00 each. In the middle $150 each. Others at 50c. The Plaid Set. For the gentlemen on your list who like color . . . tri - tone plaid tie and 'kerchief set, $1.50. Other sets $1-00. More and more men are .wearing robes, for they're so easy to lounge in. Made for style and comfort in new plaids and plain all wools, $495 $6.50, $8.75. Many gifts are handsomely boxed, ready for ribbon and tag. Finally, a thoughtful personal .touch—His initial as a Christmas seal on the package. Fine Hose. With novel vertical stripe, $1.00 box of three, 6x3 rib lisle with hand embroidered clock, $1.50 box of three. Silk and rayon wth over-plaid and clock, $1.50 box of three. wear. Whether the men on yom • Psonal h,gh school youths, silve^ha age between, you'll find a wide Pure Irish Linen H a n d k e r chiefs. Neat hand rolled hems and crisply styled initials. Box of three, $1.00. Rugby Gloves in tough, washable goatskin, $2.95. In fine imported capeskin, $1.50. and captivating ' Exclusively fashioned by WILSON BROTHERS Maliory Hats— the only hats that are "Cravenette" moisture proof, $5.00. Portis Hats—hand fashioned, nation-, aj ly advertised — $2.95 and $3.85. Faultless Nobelt Pajamas. The plain pajamas — tailored of a rich lustrous pure dye silk with contrasting P 1 p i ng. Individually boxed at $5. The intricate novel pattern (below) is fashioned of smooth, luxurious sateen in deep shaded effects. In white initialed box, $2.50. Hickok Belts and" Jewelry. PI fable stitched cowhide belts • . . sparkling little gem-like bits of jewelry . . . each handsomely packaged in clever ashtrays and jewel boxes. Belts $1.00, Jewelry Sets 50c, $1.00. Wilson Shirt and' Tie are related by widely . spaced two-tone stripes •-.each distinguished by smai 't broken cord»*• Boxed as a set in a variety of new color- n * W.OO, or individ- It's New It's At Steele

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