The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 5, 1951 · Page 71
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 71

Corpus Christi, Texas
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Sunday, August 5, 1951
Page 71
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CALLtt-TTMK, Sun., Aug. 5, 1951 Campus and Career Styles Modeled at Weekly Show (·tor** remain open until t p.m.,, lor lor Saturday. j Value Day, one girl said, is a jboon for the girl who doesrft like ·to spend her day off in the busl- ines."! district she must enter five ! other days in the week. Miss Martha Scecina. secretary, always takes advantage of Value j d IDay because ot the longer hour.-s ** tv " w - 1 |and because "it's more pleasant pus Jn tile MW-OCC O Room of the; Several informal parties jMiss Joyce Yarbrough and Miss j Carol Jones. |Mis» Reeb i Seventeen gathered around one iof the larger luncheon tables, hon- joring Miss Sarah Jane R?eb, 129 by LSehlensteiirs fol-1 McNamee ot Brooklyn. N. Y. Mrs. j Chandler Lane, who will l e a v e i a three "C" theme of col-;Morris presented a gilt to the has-1soon to take a civil service job^in career, and hi?h school p»m-!orp«. j Germany. Guests included Miss 'Barbara Terry, Miss Marjone ! Bell, Miss' Cecilia Kalha. M i s s have ito shop at night. 1 ' jK'obert Driscoll Hotel Saturday, j already been given for Miss Mc- By 5 p.m. on Value Day all Hie' Casual clothes for back-to-sehooi j Nanie« during the two weeks she bargains are gone. nd career girl styles were model-!has. been in Corpus Chris'ti. She That's the criticism Miss Alice V.'ed by Mrs. Mary Leon. Miss j will remain about three m o r e Hall, office manager for Modern Lucy Barren, Miss Benita Lollar,! weeks. s Shirley. Irby, Miss J o y c e ! Summer flowers in a s s o r t e d ·Crogey, Miss Leona Blocker. Miffi! colors centered the luncheon table. Kathryn Horai, Miss T b * r · · · iCurrans, Miss Ktacy HrrcU, :Miss Marguerite Spenct, M !·· JMary Darlington, Mia« J a c k i * [Herrington. Miss Beverly Htrrinf- iton, Miss Kathryn Menger,^ Mrg. ij. F. Tornson, Mrs. R. L. Taylor. Mrs. J. V. Dismuke, Mrs. R a y 'Linsey, Mrs. W. R.- Daughcry and Mrs. R. J. Ktink. Drilling Co.. made Monday. Miss Hall day as She day to keep shops open longer. No Time "I try to shop at noon," Mrs.Iterie Club lunched together JijrinR|Luncheon partv'of Midge P!-omm said. She just 5tpo!s;the style show, while the club's -me Waters, bride- Peggy Craft, Miss Nan Modesett,! Mrs. Brvan Taylor of Fremont, ;and Miss Martha Hampton. jthe former Jean Campbell of this Fourteen members of the Co-'city, was honoree in "a D u t c h nine. Miss Bon- elect of Bobby thirds at noon, barely has time ' vearbooks were distributed. (Francis of Midland was complf- to eat. Secretary for Magnet Cove H.mse (iucst jmented at another Dutch Lunch- arium Corp.. she never shops or;, At a table for 12, Mrs. William: eon. Also at that tabl* were the ! Saturday "if I can help it." She Morris. 517 DeForrest. compli- j honoree. Mrs. Harrv Waters Miss sometimes goes to stores when, mentod her house guest. Miss Jane i Joan Shelbourne, Miss Sue Starnes" gets off work at 4:30 p.m. ; .~~I__" Jl__HHZIlllIZir. -- " -- ~ -- Zl-- HHHr -- -- ...... ' .. "1 . .... MISS CHARLOTTE CALDWELL AND MISS BARBARA ROBBINS * . . eat a hurried lunch, e,ycs on watch, p»ckaf es on table us i ness Girls Crowd topping Into Work Days ty JKAX LU'SCO.MH ,Sluth Insurance Co., s a i d . She i time comes for a shoppir'ig- tour, pss fin-is shop when and (never tries anything on during the !,,·,,«, c on , U M CJinsli nre^r -iris t can b« crammed into the brief 60^ minutes. Mir,, Alice V . | n O S t . ; 01 . IVUf , Ulll * U ''"'* r " lrl * ·five, five days a w e e k Ha . 1! -. office mnnager lor Modem| E P o n u lu '" '»i'- p ' ! 'or.i e. Hurried lunches, clays-(^'"^"K Co., has found that a f t e r - f r o m store to store. she Mrs, Jovce Masters. sjcret».rv' I|i7= pping tours, and windows' are more a part of the · girl's life than the much it while collar, irne finds business g i r l s iig out of office buildings l^e in their favorite mid- rcation -- shopping, oursc, GO minutes gives a quick lunch, barely 30 minutes! Gnu-cry is te£l. So choosing a cafe where ! ' service is fast is important. \vns not . One secretary who makes every ! lioiie b . v ni "- sl - of lilo - sfi interviewed. iinute count said that she often (because that was the time they dashes to nearby stores Uurlng h e r j u w ·y shopping. morning coffee period, returns nt! Several said that they planned noon to try ou the has spotted. clothes s h e ! l h e i r " lji ."" shopping (I.e.. dresses, accessories, etc.) for Valu-, 1 num shopping time. Most! Jfrs - Hat-Icy Olive, secretary at Ucn l! " f l n : first, shop latec. One sec-1 Uo . vJ Caldvveil Churns Service. rnonlh n h ' n did admit, however, th*t| en '°' s »»oppinff during ih* lunch in shops the entire hour,! n o u r even 'f it's no more then IPI-S a .mmivvii'.h to be st-ni[ w ' ndow shopping. Miss Chtirloite? le office from the d r u gjCaldwell and Mi.s.q Barbara Uob- Mundir many of the local for Fitzpatrick Drilling- Co,, said, that she shons at noon, after work,' Saturday afternoon, and V a l u e 1 Day. Because of time limitations.! she concentrates in e i t h e r the! downtown or .bluff nrca at noon, i Miss Joyce Smith. Mc'Cartyj Brokerage stenographer, does herl shopping on Saturday afternoon i and window shops o f t e n. Miss' Frances Kennedy of the same of-! fir-e goes whenever she can--noon.! a f t e r n o o n o r Saturday -- b u t ' never, window shops. Silt* goes to' town, only when she needs some-j thins:. , i "There's not enough t'me a t ' noon to shop. 1 ' Miss Charlsie M-- jOrew, secretary for Republic,' Oil Refi'iinp Co.. said, so she Is another Saturday shopper. /·'pnrsons Spenditig Weekend in Mexico Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. Pearson Highway 9, are spending the weekend in Mexico with Mrs. Pearson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Elliott of Longview, who are spending-' a week here. They wilt visit Mrs, A. M. Brown in Mission en route. Mrs. Brown is Mrs. Pearson's sister. LUSTER'S Home of Bonded Diamonds niir hour shopping Is good for of what's available, but bins, employed by the gaine firm, window and counter shop "whether we hftve the money or not." Working a five or" a five an) .bout all, Mla.i Cecilia TJeh-jlmlf day week doesn't ICHVC stenographer for H a r r y i t i m t for browsing about. When tn MRS: »n»GE FROMM WINDOW SHOPS v.-.y. jhost busineses grlrls watch for sales TAKE A TIP! FROM "DOC" McGregor Doc Says: if you can afford ths price of films for your camera you surely con afford to pay just a little more . to get .twice as much for your finishing money. EXPERIENCE COUNTS! fence Means Qualify. "Doc" McGregor has hod iars of photo experience. This means that- your ives ate always handled by experienced hands' '/tofos Sound In SNAP SITS etely Automatic Snap Set photo finJ.'Jiins is pxd-,;;ive JCAS at McGregor Studio. That's why your prints'are rp and the prices so reasonable. \ cGREGOR STUDIO "The Grand Dctddy of Them All" N. 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Mostly Small Sizes DRESS SHOES Entire stock of summer dress shoes now reduced to FLATS and Leisure Slippers, broken sizes,

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