The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 5, 1951 · Page 74
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 74

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KHATS A# j Corpus Christ! CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 5, 1951 9-C Trap Snatches Crabs From Bottom of Ba Crabbers who .have had to rc.'.or! a n u s and In tales of the h'.ET ows that got r r c a n i s ^ j p . away Jjitsht try ;'. nf\v crab t r ? p it and off Made of wire mesh and coated with what's left under Hrns -jntil it Whisk the jaor over umes the hair. Smooth of UIP cream into the special rosins, the trap is cube- n k i n ay. Us special 'ngTedients alle- shaped. On the bay floor, the four viate iwjgnp-jis or chopping. sides fall outward, Hat against ihp bottom and ready for crabs to, M ' : U SING-SONG--The Nav-Y Club members often gather around the piano in the YWCA for a songfest. Shown above are (left to right) Farrell Hirst, Provo, Utah; Al Peterson, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Miss Mary Elizondo, Garry Bulow, Provo, Miss Carmen Pena, Miss Carolyn Gustafson, and Roland -Kragh, Salt Lake City. i Servicemen are v e a i - j u g ; unique The bright yellow-painted sides'K° !rt 01 " palladium rings in which"' : and bottom and red-painted top a tiny miraculous medal is con-i makes it easy to watch through the cealed . The centcr inset contains ! 'water as the crab goes for the bait ,. .. , t \ ^ *- . ; : i n the center of the trap. When ihe' l h e embl * m ° f the branch Of asr "\ , crab reaches the bait, the sides.: i c e in an "rnbosse.d effect. Hidden 1 i which are hinged to the bottom of beneath the emblem, however, is i the t r a p , are pulieij up by strings a "tray" of the sani-c proportions ' a t t a c h e d to t h e n - o u t e r el£es. The which swings out to disclose the- closed trap is then l i f t e d Smm the miraculous medal, . w a t e r by these strings. Initials or a fraternal emblem: The t r a p weiRhs a. little, more may be used rather than the mili-j .than two pounds. n^Msures H foot tary insignia for the center motif. I square and a foot high assembled. Snapshot ring' is another varia- -folds into a J l a i , handy size (or (ion of the miraculous medal ring, .carrying. The suit"; are s V g h U y : When it was first introduced during i tapered so t h a t the t r a p wi'J always World \Vr.r TT. the concealed tray j f a l i open on striking the bottom. held a m i n a t u r e snapshot of the · serviceman's wife, mother or j Septic Tanks sweetheart. A special transparent j A no-clos cleanser cut.s waste, covering: protects the photo from j dirt and grease and is harmless to water, soil or heat. plumbmg: and simple to use. Available in a two pound can. it is Rerijv Filft ;emptied into sink, bathtub or coin-: To make planning, shopping and imode to clear the pipes. It leaves cooking easier, there's a new loose-' ! behind a clean, sweet scent. leaf file and organiser composed' 1 rxf 24 2-prong- index and r00 2-hole; :'LiC[uUr Shuve Cream 'cards in a metal recipe chest. The : A fragrant creamy pink liquid to cards are "-hole 3x. r inches. be used in shaving- by women does; Cards can be easily inserted or jaway with soap-and-wnter or dry-'removed so that the cook can com-! shaving. pile her own up-to-the-minute menu 1 a few drops on legs,-planner with recipe or clippings. ; CLUB OFFICERS - The Nav-Y Club elects officers ev-:ry three months. Among the current officers are, shown above (left to right), Miss Cleo Pena, Max Sweet, Miss Helen Theodore, Miss Bertha Garcia and Miss Alice Oitvares. Others are Miss Tillie Echevarria, Don Clapp, Miss Nadinc Ward, Tony Hernandez, John Peters, Miss Dorothy Huff, and Bill"Ferguson. SERVICE MEN i c (Continued from Pace 1-C.) i parties and dances. ft Hobo Hop, Batoon Koogie, T-i While not designed as a mar- Head Twirl and several formal | riage bureau, the Nnv-Y Club has dances. They plan to celebrate!played Cupid to three Dances are held at Fellowship Hull every other Friday night for Navy and Marine enlisted personnel, cadets and midshipmen. The dances were started early this summer as the Blue Belles were reorganized. . , . , . , . ,, ' i · " j couples, xhc Blue Belles were formed their first ann.versary next monUuwho net and married dunng the carlv d u r i n R World War n d W l l h ft InrO-rt I r t l ' m a , H a n p f t I n a Q f ^7rtCl^· r r\Prt vT«-,^n nnrran-m\-*nnir* , " , . . with a large formal dance. USO Activities | in the club were announced this The Nav-Y Club comes closer to i month, supplying the rounded variety of activity which the USO offers than any other group in town. past year. Two more engagements I entertained every Saturday nipht ,n t h P Huh wern annn ,,,^» ri t h i = . . Many of the churches invite the W ar ended young servicemen to join their! Catholic, Ymilh schedule was dropped after the - - youth groups. The Second Baptist) Sponsors from the YVv'CA are [Church serves luncheon for them | most of them on hand for meetings and parties. | at noon e*ch Sunday. Attendance I group now has a membership *·.' Business girls, who becomes m em- 1 averages 25 a week. ? B . Some belonged during 'the war "hnre nf IVm WVf" 1 A. urc* olitriVilsi tn ' T-*r«ch'J A*-lf»*t^ _ . . . . » - ; . . . j . . This organization of hostesses. in the eolle°e a~e * Thfl Catholic Youth Club also has a wide program of activities for servicc3ne.iv, who form half the membership. The club, which was reorganized last March after be- in'g- inactive for several years, has 40 sailors and Marines who are members, and the daricea attract more. Sailors helped reorganize the club and have continued to take an ar.-l tiv-fl part in the .whole prog-ram,! social, civic and religious. I 'X. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Baum, 610 Del Mar, announce the engagement of their daughter, Priscilla Ann, to James Richter Ellison, son of Mrs. O. P. Ellison of Silsbee, and the late Mr. Ellison. The wedding is planned for Sept, 8, and will take place at the Church of the Good Shepherd. \etratitffftcr fash Ions Headline styles for Fall displayed by Lichtenstein's with a delicious Morocco Room luncheon at Saturday's* Style Luncheon $1.50 per person. Dial for reservations The Robert CRAB TRAP SIDES OPEN OUT , . pull strings io close and lift trap hers of the YWCA, are attend the club activities. to 1 Presbyterians A special prog-ram for the serv- and signed up again when the new group was started. Members by the 1 of the council act as chaperones Like all other groups entertain-j icemen has been started ing servicemen, the club needs First Presbyterian Church, work- and serve"reVreshrncnts'diir'iri?"the more girls. There is usually a ratiojingr through the church defense) dances, which attract'SO service- of three boys to each girl at their i service council. i men each Friday. jus utm. OUR I N S U R E D COLD STORAGE PROTECTS YOUR PRECIOUS FURS , . , from 4eat, moth*, flrt, theft! Ketunnable Ratei Colonial Laundry Cleaners 1011 Third Street STUDY STEADY Practically everybody's using mad plaid this year! Whither for math, music or madness you c'n go steady in such classics as this McMullen! The touch? A plaid dog-collar and belt spicing gray rayon flannel. 35.00 C page 104, HARPER'S BAZAAR, August but not expensive 621 KINNET A Stimiiiiig Suit JT or those who love everything in its place. 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