The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1965 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 24, 1965
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*NEW OWNERSHIP SALE* STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 25 2-Algono (la.) Upp«r D»« MoiftM Tttuttdcty, Junt 24, 1965 **""•» * m i mode goes the great white way this summer come see our variety show of all star fashions for fun I Clever quintet of blazing white arnel triacetate coordinates play many new parts... make quick changes with added colons, prints, patterns. see it in June 'Ingenue'... ...our split-level helanca nylon swimsuit, white-washed with tiny ruffles, by Colony. Sizes 30/36 8.99 1. Brass buttoned top, 8/18 3.99 2. Slim skirt, 8/20 2.99 3. Jamaica shorts, 8/18 ... 2.99 4. Capri pants, 8/18 3.99 5. Cabin boy pants, 8/20 .. 2.99 DRESSES LINGERIE Values to $5.99 Values to $2,99 $ $ SPORTSWEAR Values to $3.99 (SPECIAL FOR THIS EVENT) 2.97 1.39 88 C HOSIERY (All Regular 99c Stock) 79< BOX (3 pr.) $2.25 Mode-0-Day Frock JUNE, THE TRADITIONAL MONTH, of weddings is almost over and 1 haven't yet come tg> with any advice for either the bride or the bridegroom, Come to think of it, any married person needs not advice as much as skill as an interpreter for both husbands and wives frequently say one thing and mean another. It's not exactly lying, for most of the time both spouses sincerely think they are not fooling when they make these remarks, but you don't have to be married very long before you learn that not all your mate's pronouncements have to be taken absolutely literally. - o TO ILLUSTRATE THIS POINT, I have compiled a sort of glossary of marital remarks together with their real translation. When he says: "I have to work late tonight, honey." He means: He's anticipating a few hands of cribbage and or some refreshment with the boys. She says: "Is there enough lemon in the lemon meringue pie, dear?" She means: Compliment me on the dinner I slaved over all afternoon. WHEN HE SAYS: "Where in the world did you hide my green sport shirt?" He means: He knows it's hanging in the closet where it usually is. He Just hasn't bothered to look there. She says: "Wear your green shirt, dear. It looks so much better on you than the blue one does." She means: She hasn't sewed the missing buttons en the blue one yet. - o WHEN HE SAYS: "The grocery bill is sky high, nobody bothers to turn off lights or shut doors around here and you kids must think I'm made of money." He means: He's Just indulged himself In some new fishing equipment or some other personal extravagance. She says: "I was downtown today and I bought you a whole new supply of socks, undershirts and handkerchiefs." She means: She also bought herself a new dress, hat, shoes and handbag. - o - WHEN HE SAYS: " Some of the most intelligent men of our times are comDletelv bald." He means: He noticed his hairline is receding.when he was shaving this morning. She says: "Mary Jones is Just about my age." She means: Mary Jones Is a good ten years younger. - o - SAYS: "You sure were the gay one at the party notice all the time he spent WHEN HE tonight." He means: He hopes she didn't over in the corner with that Blonde. She says: "You aren't peeved at me are you, honey?" She means: She knows blamed well he loves her. She just wants to hear him say it once in a while. f WHEN HE SAYS: "Things are sure In a mess around hire. If I ran my business the way you run this house." He means: He's got troubles downtown - slow collections, taxes, employee friction, arguments with the boss, etc. She says: "I think It's better for a child to be nice and normal In his interests like our Junior instead of a little bookworm like Sammy Smith." She means: Sammy Smith got all A's and B's on his report card. Junior received C's and D*s. - o WHEN HE SAYS: "I'll be home in exactly 20 minutes." He means: Put his food back into the refrigerator. He won't be home for hours. . She says: "I'll be ready to go in exactly twenty minutes." She means: She still has to take a bath, fix her nails, comb her hair and apply her lipstick. - o - WHEN HE SAYS "Channel 10 Is coming in better than Channel 3 tonight." He means: He wants to watch the fights on Channel 10. The rest of the family prefers the program on channel 3. She says: "I'd rather have a good cloth coat than a cheap fur one." She means: Mary Jones just got a new mouton and is she ever green-eyed about it. - o - WHEN HE SAYS: "I have my Christmas shopping all done." He means: He's going to have one of the girls at the office select something for his wife late on the afternoon of Dec. 24. She says: "Oh, you shouldn't havel I just love your gift, but we could have put the money into our savings account." She means: Maybe I can trade it in and get that little blue number in the store window with the hat to match, - o - DURING THE WEEK OF June 20 through 26, people having birthdays include Chuck Behr, Pat Chrischilles, Lloyd Robinson, Webb Fowler, Kitty Ott, Arlene Kenyon, Terry Gant, Gregory Hatch, Charles Cassel, Molly Pitcher, Donna Kenyon, Laurie Hoover, Janet Rich, Neal Smith, Marian Will, Unda Allen, Al Quintard, Julie Kay Christie, Kathryn Peirce, Wm. C, Dau, Sr., Brett Meyer, Hazel Demand, and Clara Schaap. - o - THIS WEEK'S RECIPE IS FOR Chocolate Marshmallow Cookies. Jeanie made a batch of them while babysitting and the laxly of the house took some to work with her. Just thought Mrs, John Thompson and Mrs, Charles Hardgrove would like to know that their recipe is now making the rounds of the lady employees in a bank at Sarasota, Fla. 1/2 cup shortening 1 cup sugar Ugg 1 tsp. vanilla 1/4 cup milk 1 3/4 cup cake flour 1/2 cup cocoa 1/2 tsp, salt 1/4 tsp, soda 1/2 cup nuts Mix In order. Drop on cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 8 minutes. Do not over bake. Take out and press minature raarshmallows on each cookie. Return to oven and bake 2 minutes Frost with this chocolate frosting: JO RUARK, owner 2 cups powdered sugar 5 tbsp. cocoa 1/8 tsp, salt 3 tbsp. soft butter 4 or 5 tbsp. cream for good spreading IN FOOD SAVINGS! CONSOLIDATED GRADE A CREAMERY BUTTER Lb. 49 C BUTTERNUT OFFE 3 Lb. Can 1.99 (with $5 Order) Swansdown CAKE MIXES all varieties Jack Sprat OLEOMARGARINE, 5 Ibs. $1 DI-ZO BLEACH ss 49' (25 Extra Gift House Stamps) Velveeta B :2 Ib. carton We FRESH LEAN PURE GROUND** BEEF CHOICE 25 EXTRA STAMPS on FLOOR WAX or 2 JARS ANY KIND OLIVES 50 EXTRA STAMPS on ANY HOUSEHOLD BRUSH IN STOCK JUMBO ARIZONA CANTELOUPE 3 For 79« New Shaffer POTATOES - 20 ft.. 51.98 STORE HOURS MON. THROUGH THUHS. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL. 8.30 P.M. OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIU 10 P.M. OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 8:30 A.M. UNTtU tZ-. oeuvarv scsvtce ON js.oo OHDERS DAILY. PH. »S-54l4 GRACE

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