The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1965 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 30, 1965
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LAu a Added Attractions' Put You in Spring's Fashion Limelight 4—Alpono (la.) Upper DM Molnet TuMday, March 30, 1965 Femininity Enhances Beautiful, Duti-ful Coat, Suit Fashions Gone nrc me days \vhoii n carorr woman'.* fashions strive to emulate ihr mnlr. This Spring's dpsipns air feminine and appealing in spite of tho fart that thry nro prated to active lives. Spring silhouettes are soft and fluid. There is no rigid tailoring and obvious seaming. Textures are smoother and flatter . . . fabrics arc refined and understated. Tender, delicate tones form the backdrop in the Spring garden of fashion, with tennises, gentle greens, marigolds, sweet peas, delphiniums and the varied shades of pebbles and earth. As in every verdant setting, there is n peppei ing of vibrant colors too with bold pungent orange, red and vivid turquoise entering the scene and trailing along is the ever fashionable black and white. Emphasis has been placed on the complete ensemble in the new career woman look, with the mating game being played in a hundred different ways. Trims of suits are coordinated with coats and blouses arc keyed to linings. Ensemble color combinations are refreshing with pale-toned coats of chalk, blue or pink over suits of new rich, deep navy or cool black. Suit jackets are longer of- young fashion loves Kodel® polyester fiber by Eastman Chemical has 2.99 a very special talent for staying fresh and smooth, for easy laundering and needs only touch-up ironing Up for neatness. VIVIAN'S MODE-O-DAY SHOPPE 108 E. STATE AIGONA PH. 295-3214 Meet LuVeme Seniors ST. JOE MARIO LEE STAMPKA Mario IB the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Stampka of Lu- Verne. Her activities In school are vocal and speech. Mario's favorite pastime Is going places. Her favorite foods are pizza and hamburgers. Mario likes all popular songs, and has no special favorite. Mario Is Still undecided about her future plans after graduation, but she has teen considering going Into service. Her subjects tills year are bookkeeping, English, home economics, and economics - government. Mario's pet peeve Is people who pretend to be something they are not. WILLIAM WOLF Bill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf of LuVerne. His activity In school Is band. Dill enjoys horseback riding in his spare time. He rates shrimp as his favorite food; "Mr. Lonely'' Is his favorite song. Bill plans to take a winter farm course and eventually farm. His senior subjects are English, bookkeeping, American Problems, shop and government. Bill's pet peeve is people who say something about someone they know nothing about. Mr. and Mrs. Don Yeoman, Marian, Ohio, and Val Fuhrmann, Calgary, Alberta. Canada, were visitors here tms wee* with relatives. Val Fuhrmann is a brother of Mrs. Anna Faber and he has spent the winter with his daughter and son-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Yeoman. Math Zeimet returned home Saturday from Weslaco, Texas where he spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Elschen Wednesday and helped Mr. Eischen observe his 80th birthday. Mrs. John Thul entertained her 500 club Monday, with Mrs. William B. Devlne, Mrs. Peter Bormann and Mrs. John B. Reding receiving prizes. Mrs. Tony Becker entertains the club on April 1. Mrs. N. J.Weydertentertained the R-Nu 500 club Thursday following a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Peter Klrsch and Mrs. Ralph Reding received the high and second hlghprizes, with Mrs. Adeline Wagner receiving the birthday gift. Mrs. Tony Weydert entertains the club April 29. Mrs. Anna Bormann, Alta Vista, is visiting here this week In the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Borminn and family and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Faber and family and other relatives and friends. Lee Bormann, 5 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bormann, underwent a tonsillectomy in St. Ann hospital Tuesday. Sylvester Erpelding is a medical patient in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Frank Reding is a medical patient in St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn. Rev. William Devine is convalescing here in the horns of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Devine, since returning from Rochester Minn, where he had been a patient in St. Mary's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Reding are parents of a daughter born March 21 in St. Ann hospital. This makes three boys and two girls in the Reding family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer, St. Benedict, and Will Reding, St. Joe, are the grandparents. a "good" photograph with a camera he made as a result of his fifth grade class science project. He manufactured it from a cigar box, pieces of apple crating, top of a tin can and black paint. Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy were Sunday callers at the Harold Andreasen home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Ruth Sparks. ENDS WEDNESDAY — "STRANGE HOMEMADE CAMERA Dennis Bruns, 10-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bruns of rural Spirit Lake, produced ALGONA THURS. Thru SAT. 2 EXCITING HITSI APRIL I • 3 SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 ^.SWY KRAMER YUIBRYHNER GUNHGHIDr At 7:30 Only • SECOND THRILLING HIT I CHMlU K. rUDMAN 'tflllll I HOtOIII MHMTIOI WILLIAM SUSANNAH HOLDEN YORK CAPUCINE TECHNICOLOR 7 •• Dtuna SAT. MATINEE 1:30 - "INVITATION TO A GUNFIGHTER" - plus - 6 Color Cartoon* ftcially but for those who look best in shorter jackets and know it... there are'many hip- level styles. Skirts are supple, with soft gathers and many feature pockets or belts. Pleats appear . . . but without fanfare. They do not flutter all over the place as heretofore, but are a subtle part of the flattering Spring '6C image. Patterns once considered "clashing" are now called "dashing", according to the National Board of the Coat and Suit Industry. They state that it is currently fashionable to combine a checked or even polka dot blouse with a pinstriped suit* Pin stripes or herringbone weaves are often used in the round as well as up and down in' the same suit this season. Spring Shoes Emphasize Fit Over Size Ladies who want to enjoy a foot - loose and fancy - free spring shouldn't stay married to one shoe size! So advise the fitting experts of "Enna Jet- ticks" shoes*'"It's the fit that counts, not the numbers written inside a shoe", they claim. This is especially true this season, with the marvelous variety of shoe lasts available in both open or closed shoe styles. Ranging from high-riding sheaths to sandals, each different contour may require i different size for the same person. Heel height can also affect size. Since high heels thrust the foot forward, they might require a longer length than low heel styles. One should also keep in mind the fact that foot contours change. Muscles can broaden or lengthen long after a person has technically stopped growing. Fortunately, the emphasis on small feet has changed, too. Nowadays the average fashion model's shoe size is 8V4 proving that a woman need not pinch her feet to look smart and feminine. Have your feet measured each time you buy shoes, making certain that the salesman takes an accurate measurement of your heel - to - ball length, as well as your heel-to- toe length. This ensures that he'll bring out shoes with las£s that place the foot's ball joint — the big bone just below the Jjreat toe — in the shoe's wid- test part, which is called the "ball-line". Always try on the left shoe first. No two feet are identical in size, and the left is usually the larger of the two. Thank you for my new shoes, Mommy! I love them. SHOES You'll love them too, because quality costs so little with Robin Hood Shoes. Your daughter will love to dress up in this sparkling fits better, looks better. Come in soon and compare, then let our experienced staff fit your daughter properly. BROWN klii SHOE STORE ALGONA. IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF VDUR f EET All Widths A's to E's All at a New Lower Price I Ji THIS VMOTM WEEK-END PANTIES A superfine knit wonderblend of finest rayon with the "bloom" of combed cotton. Eiderlon 1 * is petal soft, a joy to wear. Opaque and •uper absorbent. Machine washable and dryable. White and floral prints. Sizes 5-8. Juv. Boys* Reg* 6.98 Easter Sport Suits CHAKGf ITtndSAVf, too... »t SAL The Easter Parade begins at Imported straws and flowers $399 to $599 The prettiest hats in town . , . Pictured are only two of our large collection of imported straws & flowers. Black/ navy, white, beige, and the pastels, _ $ 5 A handsome 2-pc. suit for pint-sized gentlemen) Plaid or solid color Jacket . i. matching or contrast- Ing slacks. Rayon/acetate blend. Blue, Olive, Navy. Sizes 3-7, Jr. Boys* New Spring Suits EASTER Q 95 SPECIAL 3-button single breasted jacket to match-^or contrast with—the slacks, Blazer jackets with contrasting slacks. Sharkskin, rayon/acetate §laids and other new pring fabrics. Blue, Loden, Black and other § opular fashion colors, izes 642. 100% Wool Blazers for Boys and Bigger Boys 12" Always popular 100% woo? blazer in Black or Camel Tan. 3-button 'Single breasted style with patch pocket. Center vent. Distinctive crest, Sizes 8-18. Boys' Dress Shirt Buys Long sleeve broadcloth shirts In white . . . also fancy pin stripes- Regular or snap-tab collars. Short sleeve striped dress shirts with button- down or snap-tab collar, Wash 'n wear, i no Sizes 8-18. 1,98 •oys T New Spring Slacks Neatly tailored dress slacks of sharkskin, flannel, flnellne twill, reverse twists. Available in Ivy belt loop or beltless models. All wash 'n wear. Black, Olive, Grey n and other popular colors. Sizes 8-18. «J CHARGE IT ond SAVI, too.,.at SU

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