The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 30, 1965
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~ Tuesday, March 30, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper D<M Moin*«-3 other coordinates to ensemble in polka dot, striped and solid color stretch knits. POLKA DOTS STEP INTO THE SPRING SPOTLIGHT in coordinated fashions for toddlers and youngsters. A bright, polka dot Kobble Knit cotton fabric shapes up an A-line shift with a ruffled flounce as shown. Other shifts, shift sets, blouses, pants sets and separates are presented in the same gay dotted fabric for mixin' and matchin'. Kids' Togs Win "In The Stretch 1 For the playpen crowd, the sandpile set and the soda-sippers' society come wonderfully gay, easy-care playwear in an exciting array of stretch fabrics. As many as 58 types of stretch fabrics are being used to fashion versatile coordinated play-time togs for infants, toddlers and subteens. In the William Carter Company's spring line, stretch styles are No. 1 on their hit parade of children's spring styles. Other manufacturers too, have taken to sti-etch fabrics for spring's smartest fash- ions for both sexes of all ages. Notable stretch fabrics for the new season are stretch nylon denims, a soft knit cotton- nylon stretch terry cloth and an almost uncountable variety of stretch knits in novelty textures and patterns. In playwear, beachwear and casual togs, these stretch fabrics shape-up in bathing suits for toddlers and their somewhat older brothers and sisters; in shift dresses, shift sets; tennis dresses and bountiful showings of mix or match coordinates of all kinds. Boys, particularly, will enjoy outfits that include zipper front parkas, polo shirts, shorts and shirt sets, deck pants (favored in stretch ducks or denims). Boys will also go for a new line of stretch fabric underwear and pajamas. The girls will like natty and nautical looking middy-type shirts, all types of shifts, and W.S.C.S. Names Committees For Year At Burt BURT - Newly-elected W. S. C. S. officers for the 1965-66 church year held their organizational meeting on Monday. In business transacted the group voted to pledge $500 to the annual church budget; to sponsor six family nights during the year with each of the three circles in charge of two nights. The group also set Oct. 13 as the date for the annual church supper. The following finance committee members were appointed to set up the budget for the year: Mesdames Glenn Teeter, Ken Sarchet, Cecil Long, J.L. Miller, Jerry Wiener, Walter Campney, Bruoe Graham, Bob Lovstad and Jake Smith. In other action, the following were appointed to committees: Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Mrs. Glenn Teeter, Mrs. Cecil Long, Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mrs. Don Mitchell, Mrs. Merle Schwietert, Mrs. Harvey Larson, Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman, Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. Al Hinckley, Mrs. F. C. Soderberg, Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, Mrs. Fred Davis, Mrs. Walter Campney, Mrs. Merlin Davies, Mrs. Delbert Schaeller, Mrs. Robert Sarchet, Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel, Mrs. Lorena Roark, Mrs. Ed Larson, Mrs. Darrell McFarland, Mrs. Nellie Clark, Mrs. Mary Baer, Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, Mrs. Dale Lockwood, Mrs. 0. H. Graljam, Mrs. John Geesman,"Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Ralph Johnston and Mrs. Milfred Smith. 2 for the price of I PIUS A PINNY! 10 BIG DAYS THURS. APRIL 1 thru SAT. APRIL 10 ASK FOR YOUR ADVANCE SHOPPING LIST It's ready for you now nt our Rexall Drug Store. Look over the list, check items you want, then leave it with any salesperson. We'll have your order all ready for you to pick up on the first day of the Sale. WATCH FOR OUR BIG SALE CIRCULAR Items Nationally Advertised in Leading Magazines, Newspapers, and on Radio and TV HONSBRUC DRUG i i "Your Algpna Rexall Store" Mr. and Mrs.GordonGlddings, Benton City, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Giddlngs and family Pasco, Wash., arrived at Burt Sunday for a visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Guy Giddings, Sr., and with his wife's mother, Mrs. Nora Garner and grandmother Nettie Fisher and other relatives and friends. GAILY PRINTED INFANTS' WEAR There's rarely much fashion news in items for infants. To most shoppers a layette item doesn't have much "P.A.", (style appeal). This spring you'll find a iray group of infants' playxvear, layette essentials and even crib coverings in coordinated ticking-stripe knits, polka dots or "Little Angel" prints. Kven tiny tot pajamas come in cheerful prints and colors. with appliques and other trims on fine knit fabrics. Mrs. Albert Bliech arrived home from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Saturday. J. L. Miller attended a cooperative meeting in Algona Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kissner, Algona, became parents for the first time March 19, when a baby girl arrived at St. Ann hospital. The little miss, Paula Rae, weighed 7 Ibs., 5oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Kissner, Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. P. J.McGuire,Burt. Great- grandparents are Mrs. CarlBir- chard, Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gillespie, Algona, and Mrs. Kissner, Lone Rock. Helping Ella Meyer observe her birthday anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mittag, Webb, Mrs. Tom Manly and Lori and Ed Mitchell, Fenton, Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich and family, Marcus, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and boys and Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller and family were Sunday guests at the J. L. Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mescher and family moved the past week in the late Herman Neitzel home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis, Lenny and Kim, spent the weekend with relatives at Columbia. Members of the Friendly Birthday club helped Ella Meyer observe her birthday anniversary Wednesday. Attending were Mrs. Jack Tleman and Theresa, Fenton, Mrs. Rudy Willrett, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. Geo. Koestler, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Wm. Scheer, Mrs. Wilfred Radig and boys, Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, Mrs. Anne Riemers and Mrs. Eugene Meyer. ^^^H ^^H ^^B ^^H M^H ^Hl MM ^^H HH i^^K-l m >, m\ REAL VALUE . .. ... OUR USED CAR AND TRUCK BONANZA HELD OVER - THROUGH APRIL 5 SPRING OUT IN A '65 CHEVROLET TRADE-IN SPECIAL - RECEIVE 2 DINNERS AT CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB SOUTH OF ALGONA WITH ANY USED CAR OR TRUCK PURCHASE, $200 - $500; 4 DINNERS AT CHARLIES' WITH USED CAR OR TRUCK PURCHASE, $500 UP I 1964 CHEVROLET M Air 4-door. 2S) tu. In. 195 hp origin*, Poworglido transmission, radio, EZI glow, Boawtrfvl Saddlo Tan color 1959 FORD 2-door, low mileage, radio, h*at«r, 6-cylinder, a real good on* 1962 CHEVROLET Bol Air 4-door sodan. VI en- gin*, standard 3»ipo«d tram., radio, EZI wlndshlold, whltewall ttrw, White «•'* or. A real spring beauty 1961 CHEVROLET B*l Air 4-door sodan, VI en- glne, standard transmission. Fawn color, real nice 1961 RAMBLER 4-door sodan. 6 cylinder engine, overdrive transmission, power steering, bucket seats, radio, White color, w/Aqua Interior. An extra nice car for the money $175 )K) I960 CHEVROLET Blscayne 4-door s«dan. • cylinder engine, standard transmission. We have two (2) of theso. 1 White and 1 Turquplse, and the engine* In both havo been completely overhauled, rings, bear- Ings, etc. IN ADDITION they are extra clean. ONLY $195 for either one. TAKI YOUR CHOICE 1962 CHEVROLET impala 4-door hardtop. V8 engine, Powerglide transmission, white color, blue interior 1960 FORD 2-door sedan, 8 cylinder, standard transmission. Radio. Blue color. 1959 CHEVROLET 4-door sedan, Biscayne, 6 cylinder engine. Blue color. BARGAIN 1959 FORD 2-door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission, LOW MILEAGE 1959 CHEVROLET 4-door sedan, 6 cylinder Powerglide, radio. EZI glass, Extra Clean 1958 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4-door sedan. V8 engine, Powerglide transmission. Radio. White & green. Sharp 1956 FORD Station Wagon. 4-door-$175.00 1956 OLDSMOBILE 88, VI onglno. Automatic transmission. Real sharp. This Is on* of those so-called garage-guarded |ewofs. Don't miss the chanco of a lifetime THE TRUCK DEPARTMENT 1961 INTERNATIONAL V*-ton pkkup. VI en. glne, new tires, radio. Extra nice. 1960 FORD V*-ton pickup QUALITY USED CAR & TRUCK WARRANTY BANK RATE FINANCING KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 S. HALL ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-3554 oin th Sheakleys is prepared /or your youngster with lots oj new idt-as. Our second floor Children's Dept. is brimming over with bright, new spring clothing /or babies, tod- diers, young girls and young boys. VISIT OUR C H I L D R F N S DEPARTMENT — 2nd Floor SHEAKLEYS Algona

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