The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 5, 1951 · Page 75
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m Chritfi CALLCR-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 5, mi » 4 *. 4 s f ? ·* i a . - «· ** * » 4 * * I * . «* » ··like trousers which are zippered could be happily matched i t i g h t at the to a i i f j t . ankles -- definitely clever pair of ylayshoes and a iiLOaeetlS I meant to be worn \Y;UI- high heels, couple of hunks of jewelry by the Short Wrapper* gal who's young enough to get Tfa*» there are the short wrap- away witii tt. pers, * fall continuation of the to- This marks Desses' second win- expensive summer popovera which ter c-f designing at-home clothes were happy combinations of house- here in New York. It's Brigance's dress, housecoat, and go-to-market first complete collection of at-home all ia one. These new fall ones are designs, and the first be has done cut like dusters, and there's no for Tula. It's part of his ambitious reason for Brigance's goid cordu- campaign to do two complete col- roy to remain by the firesicio. It;lections a year for each of three could be used as a duster. It's a houses, including sportswear 101 deep waled corduroy with the rib- Sportmaker, and suits and coats bing slanted in different directions ; for Frank Gallant, At the time he The button holes that are slashed entered into contracts with the»e all the way down the front are : three manufacturers last spring he slanted in the same direction as said that he feels the at-i;ome cos- eehend Guests \Miss Burleigh Leaves I Fpr Louisiana Monday Guests in the borne of Mr. and| Miss Margie Ruth Burleigh, 2142 JS. J. H. Modesett, 5526 Ocean Austin, is leaving Monday for Ope- Mrs. Drive, are Dr. and Mrs. Lynn lousas. La., to visit her parents, 2arr and children, Luey and Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Burleigh, ·jf Houston. They will spend part durinj -jf their visit at Tarpon Inn, Port Aransas. the waling. ] tume will soon become an accepted Dessea does several short wrap- part of nearly every pers, and they're the type which wardrobe. woman 3 AMERICAN DESIGNER'S PATTERN OWN-- Brigance uses shantung and taffeta for this one-piece at-home Jd for Tula. Pale pink taffe ta fashions the insert down the skirt front . The gown is deep lavender s hantung. Shoulders are rounded in an easy ess Gowns Styled iff eta, Shantung Mrs. Returns From Tennessee Trip Mrs. F. J. Seeba, 3629 Lawn- hjw re'.umed from a six- trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn., where she visited relatives. She also toured the -Smoky Mountains. week Guests Leave for New York After Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jarrett o! Tulsa, Okla., have left for their i home in New York City after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. M. ShumaJcer, 334 Laurel, here. Burketts Visit Home Of Daughter Here Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Burkettj left Thursday for Louisiana alter! spending two weeks at the homej of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Willson. 4221 Christie, here. her father's illness. Ratiif/s Are Guests "n Reeves Home Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Reeves, 1333 Cambridge Drive, are Mr. and Mrs. J. YV. Ratliff of Fort: Worth. ic- Dr-':YL'r, Colo-, v.'i'oi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Power, 2*28 Austin, and daughter, Cleo. will be gone two weeks, which the older daughter will «». turn to Mississippi. Miss Power, Parents \ To Leave for Denver \ Miss Betty Power of Wesson, j Miss., arrived Saturday for a tripi Be Careful About CYSTITIS IN* in luflanitCion o . Drink deltci'Mi* Ozftrk* tamlth w*. tcr. free from chlorite* *£d *Jttta. eterywfaere. WATER CO. Dial 2-2152 331 5. Staples \ Younstoivn Guests Visit in Homes Here Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Casto, dauf,h ter, Virginia, and son, Kenneth, of Youngstown, O., are hero visiting in the homes of Mr. and Mrs Harold Morton, 333 Sunset, and Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Waterbury, 1242 Florida. WAITING? Don't wait longer. Start ths kids on piano now. $15.00 delivers a new piano on our rental pur- chose plan. Stiff taffetas and shantungs In'new designs will sell for around bright colors will be unexpected j* 50 or ? B ". scarcely too rich fare additions to the lingerie depnrt-| f or a Santa Claus. There will bo ments of stores. But that's where j man y °f the short, wrap-around they'll be, because they're beirif,'! types which will sell for much less. til O nn/Li rttaivAf-l Vi* 1injvn**ln *.« *U .» « i ^il'luid » I Li/l 1r\ f t tvrtltij* ;« .f^ft U _..L. I A BRADY line* ·e*pondent legance-will be UH;JT 11 uc, IJCWUUMU uiey ry i c i r i ^ i l i j . ant living r0 om'" mnufactureci bv lir Serte rather j Scheduled to arrive in Corpus! oped by design- than dTM 83 concerns. Tula makes I Christ! stores within the next sev- ·ance and Jean Brl £ ance ' s designs, Raymodes isjeral weeks, s h o p p e r s will be id fashion a re- iile rnar ufactwer for Jean Desses. startled to see the really large, tag the formal Not Exclusive number of styles which are to be| h the intlmatej These w«l not be the Wrh priced . avai!abl , e - The «« of wearing at*. i, ' « - c «*"t liuu wo uio iu^u piit,tu[ JIQIYJQ clothes is new, at-iiomo "hostess gowns" owned by a priv! : ' ^ ·ictly meant for, leged few as in past years. Mas living room. I ot Brlgance's, and many of Desses ® DIAGONALLY PLACED BUTTONS . . . SOFTLY DRAPED HIP POCKET--give a slimmer, taller look to this new Diminutive day dress! It's another pattern from Martini, who caters to the woman who is five foot five or under. Martini reproportions and rescales measurements so that Diminutive designs flatter the shorter woman and at the same time fit her perfectly. For instance, a size 12 pattern measures -- zust 34", waist 26%", hip 36%", center back length 48%". Styling of this Diminutive is adaptable to many fabrics: silk crepe, shantung, raw silk, faille, taffeta and any lightweight wool. For size 12, you'll need 3% yds. of 39-inch fabric. Pattern is available in Diminutive sizes 12, 14, 16,18 and 'York There's nothing of the chenille bathrobe look about these new designs. Neither are they dancing dresses. Necklines are low cut. but sleeves are long, back and shoul ders are always completely covered. There are several of Mother, Brother Visit i n i- j rr In Pohnard Home \Steivarts Will Spend \ ,\Week With Guests in the home of Mr. and . R. E. Polinard, Avenue D. i his mother, Mrs. J. L. Polinard! full skirts, o'thers'havVtlght fitting'i and son Calvm . of Arcadia. Texas. I F ° r t Worth arrived last week to (increased velvet or satin trousers 1 Their daughter, Carolyn Jo, who j visit in the home of his par- And, for '.the gal who's really surei had ^ eei ? v f s i t i n g her grand-jents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nicholof herself, there's the more exotift:P arents J n . Arcad ' a - returned to j 5 3 7 C o I e T h e v w i l l b * style, which is a combination of! Cor P us Chnsti Wlth them. i sm ' w ' cole - liaev wlU be both trousers and skirt, i Gown Texture 'WilJinm T PtJhpftvr* Fabrics are more often of eve i " llilam ^eaoetiers ntag gown texture rather than neg I Have Sunday Guests ligee weight. Taffetas, satins, shan ! J tungs, velvets, and wool jersey f Mr. and Mrs, William Ledbetter,!" unexpectedly find t h e m s e l v e s : 3531 Lawnview, liave r e t u r n e d ! 1 3 Mrs . a two-week vacation visit in i Hotel. among pale tmted chiffon wrap j from a two-week vacation visit ~ih| pers, the quilted robes, and the] San Antonio. Guests in their home 1 bathrobes in lingerie ^* tnrtnv w i 11 ho \-Tra T.^IVA«-«*.»^ son, 537 Cole. They corapanied home by their daugh- | ters, Sherry and Jody, who ; spent several weeks with (grandparents. The f o r m e r Sally 'St. John, Mrs. Stewart's mother Marie St. John, Nueces MUSIC STORE 415 Schorxel /F EXPRESSES SO W£U OUR LIFE TOGETHER" At a time wh« even minor dcciwoas ire so difficult to make* there's an inner feeling of tliank- (ulnpi3 in knowing that both you itid your departed lov«I one had already chosen your family monu- wni tp't'iirr CORPUS CHRISTI MEMORIALS feztured in VOGUE and HARPER'S BAZAAR swatdsd ibs famous FASHION ACADEMY GOLD MEDAL for 1951 lrxtit Display O r Memorial! Markeri In South Teiaa i mix! OFFICE PHONE 3-703 T 4501 HIGHWAY 9 Max Kennedy Dial 3-7669 Open Sunday Afternoons by Appointment Through Summer Months Dial 3-7669 POINTEDLY PERFECT! Another distinguished arrival from Lilli Ann. Perfectly poised for important wearing . .. pointedly perfect in hip-nipping pocket treatment, eye-catching flair at wrists and throat. In finest virgin wool sheen gabardine molded on custom-innerbody. Slim-making half-lined skirt. Navy, brown, black, grey. flannel partmenta. today w i l l be Mrs. Ledbetter's parents, Mr., and Mrs. B. G. Cossey of Amarillo. Memphis Visitor Is I Guest in Home Here 1Ir taiA *. » Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ekstrand, 3359 Mani- ncing the engagement and approaching eir daughter, Sarah Louise, to Clement son of Drew A. Easley. Sr., of San An- aal wedding will take place Sept. 22 at 3dist Church here. You Can't Beat Jersey Milk! These new at-home clothes will stand away from the rest by more. than fabric. Colors are .vibrant,) no mi? . r . d«ep and hearty. They don't look \ofH Executives i.'SX, te'iSS-^ To Meet Wednesday Anotlier characteristic of t h i s : The Executive Board of the |thelr suest JIrs ' Beverl y' s cousin, new fashion is that nearly all the' Business and Professional Wom-i Miss Jeanette Melgara, of Mem- iv* 0 t%v °-P i 4 ce - are| en's Club will meet Wednesdavjphis, Tenn., who will be here on gain*. He frequently combines a ^ - - ~ - ___ _ ____ * e past week e nd ^ Mexico. least two colors in a single cos tume. Dresses' designs have bolero effects or panel inserts of con trasting fabric down the f r o m which give a two-piece effect. His, too. are actually one piece. , When these at-home costumes I are made with trousers, they never I resemble a pair of gray flannel slacks. Slacks might be cut almost to the width o! trouser legs, but they don't have creases down the legs. Desses prefers the Indian- · Highest !n Pood Volu« · Flnwt Flavor · Mor» Precious Nutrients MILK from the Worlds Largest Jersey Herd MATERNITY! A SHO'FORM comfo:;l durlne pre-nata!, nur»- ins »nd po«t-n»tal parlod i« our» vrtti '.b» ShoForra Nunins Bra. Self-adjuijlnj itt flv« Flacei . . . patented «lMt!» Eln*r- ·dytd pocket* »lv» *ij(Sed support wh!l« auralnjt. S!te» S3 to 4J. $3.00 ALSO PANTIES SLIPS Complete LAYETTE DEPT. I I I UWRINCt ITKtIT Shop IAIT Of LICHTINSTIIN'S A took-for li set.1 on ftrai T Sock of Agtt ffionsuncnt « marker. It idenrifiw ill Rode of \est m 412 PEOPLES ST. Sparkling crystal glass wtfft p'ojfic foptl SETS 4 soft f hoker* 4 pepper ihakers trayf

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