The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 19, 1951 · Page 26
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 26

Publication:
Location:
Corpus Christi, Texas
Issue Date:
Sunday, August 19, 1951
Page:
Page 26
Start Free Trial
Cancel

C1*ri8ti CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Au«. 19, 1851 H 7 . K. JMofces To Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mr.*. \V. K. Blake. 41-1 | Sixteenth Street, arc celebrating ! their sixtieth vreddins 1 anniversary jut the home vt their son and 'daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. ;B. J. Blake, in Hinton. Okla., I Sunday. j A femily reunion will be observed at the home of a (laughter, 'Mrs. R. E. Lindley, near Hintoa ! Monday. Leaving Friday for the celebration and reunion are Mr. and Mrs. |K. P* Blake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank JR. Hunt, another daughter, Mrs. ·: George Whltehead, a granddaugh- jter, Mrs. L. M. Dorrough, and Mr. Dorrouffh, and great-granddaughter. Mrs. Albert White, and Mr. Whit*. Dallas Relatives Visit In Tompkins Home Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tompkins. 618 Blucher, are Mrs. Tompkins' sisters. Miss Anne Toomey, and Jean Toomev of Dallas. ' " i Next week. Mrs. Tompkins' bro-| ther, James Toomey, Mrs. Toomey! and daughter. Patty, will visit' their relatives here. " ! Mrs. L. //. Jones. Sr. Keginn JF eck In Paris Sirs. LeAvis H. Jones. Sr.. 45-1 Palfliero, who i s on a two nn.inth tour of Europe, wrote ft-ionus from Florence. UuJy. that .·-·he will be in Paris this weekend and nexti week. Also « member of the touri is Mrs. \V. CarltOR Eubarrk, 3l!(): Palmero. They will return home! about Sept. 1. i MK. AND MltS. W. K. BLAKE ... to be married 60 ?e*rs Neiv York Guest Feted .Mis* Jane McNamee. of Brooklyn. N.Y., who is a guest in the home of Dr. and Mrs, \V. K. Morris. 5!7 DeForrest, is being en- terUiincd at .several informal cola parties this week. Hostesses will be Mrs. L. VV. 0. Janssen. 2925 Ocean Drive, who entertained 20 guests at her home Friday, and Mrs. M. M. DuRard, who is having a party at her home at 353 Catalina. Tuesday morn- ling. Thirty guests have been in-! jvited. " j i On Thursday, Mrs. A. I». Lane,; J1250 Tyler, was Hostess at an in-; i formal tea. · '· Thy BrookhTi ijuost, who has ; 'been here five weeks, will return i to her home Friday. .Alston Terryf Leave \ For Mexico Monday j i Mr. and Mrs. Alston Terry, 1225; IFlorida, will leave Monday b y j j plane for a week's vacation in Mexico City. MISS MAKV I1KLEN HAKIW'ICKE . . . wedding date set for Sept. 29 Miss Hardwicke To Marry G. /. Korbelik Sept. 29 Mr. and Mrs. John K. Hard-;Mary Helen, to George J. Korbe- wlcke. 239 Ohio, are amiounclnK!lik of Glndewntor. the eng»pement of tiieir dnughlerj The wedding hns been planned LOOK PRETTY PLEASE! 21 YEARS EXPERIENCE You too can learn the facts about "Doc's" c o m p l e t e l y automatic SNAP: SET Photo finishing process (-exclusive in Texas) when you visit our studio! "If you do not use. 'picture-taking sense 1 and do not get good negatives, do not expect good pictures. It takes good negatives to make good prints. Most of our customers have what it takes. Drop in; today for quality printing!'' MCGREGOR STUDIO Also see us for Commercial Photography, Portraits, . Weddings, Groups, etc. , '"The Grand Daddy of Them All" 1015 K CHAPARRAL DIAL 4-702! I for Saturday cvcnint;, Sept. it, and Ivvill take place at the First Pres: bytei'ian Church. | | 'Miss Hftfdwicke. xvho tlii s year! 'received tin: tlepreo.of bachelor| iof busineaii acltnuuntrutlon at the! i University of Tuxas, a l s o l\t\s i j studied in the University of Colo- · ratio. She is u member of Kappa j A l p h u Thetn .norority. j I Mis,, Hanlvvlckc WHS presented ·as H 1948 debutante by Order de! jPiitecla, and besides ·membership] | in Order tie Pineda ftlie Is a rncni-1 her of the Girls Cotillion Clu*. j Mr. K o r b.e 1 i k. formerly of Prague, where ho received a law degree from the Charles University, is a graduate of the busintsas school "of the University of Texas. Ho Recently went to Oladwater to work with an oil drilling 1 concern and that is where the couple will make their home following: their wedding here. Summer Cotton !/ 2 OH! CHAMBRAYi- GINGHAMS VOILES - BATISTES W.r« NOW $498 $ 2!49 »" $ 4!49 * 1098 *5.49 THIS INCLUDES SUNBACKS Mrs. McLEAN Sherman-Patton 811 S. Staples Dial 4-9712 Look to MONDAY Does Plan Ice Cream Social The Benevolent and Patriotic Order of' Does will {fhtertain with an ice cream social at 7:30 p.m. 'Monday. . i The party, which is open to! Does, Elks and their families, will} be helcf on the lawn of the home of i Mr. ami Mrs. M. H. Bartholomew,! 445 Cole. j \Carpenters Aiixillnry \ | To Convene Monday j I The Carpenters Ladies Auxiliary! 1340 will meet at 3 p. m. lvl'o«ds.y i ; at the Carpenters Hall. Mrs...C. A, 1 Zlomke and Mre. H. P, Campbell \ will be hostesses for the social j ' hoit'r. Look to Continued Beauty Special Permanents Choose the method you prefer: machineless., machine or cold icave. Assure yourself beautiful, brushable, obedient curls all Summer . . . and . · pocket your savings. S12.30 permanent at 6.25 $15 permanent at 7.50 $20 permanent at $10 §25 permanent at 12.50 $30 permanent at $15 Achieve luxil beauty \vith RKVL.ON, and pair glamour ui'.h ROUX. Beauty Salon , . . Mezzanine * Hair Designing ?2.0Q » Shampoo and Sets SI.50 up · Permanent Waves ,. S7.50 up RICHARD'S ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT MR. MICHAEL Is In Charge of RICHARD'S SALON in the Driscoll Hotel This beautifully appointed new salon is now open and appointments are being taken. The same popular p r i c e s prevail as at Richard's Colonial Salon on Santa Fe. 17 th CHILDREN? NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPH^ CONTEST Richard's Colonial Salon IN 312 BIG CASH AWARDS Just have your child photographed in our studio for as little as two dollars. You choose the pose you like from proof s--we enter a duplicate without charge 1 All children 14 or under can enter. Personality counts, not beauty alone. 1010 Santa Fc -- Dial 4-6991 or 4-9636 Driscoll Hotel -- Dial 2-991! Walch Our Daily Spot Specials for Budget-Saving Buys! One Day Oiily! MONDAY'S £ LOOK AT THBSH 1 ] FAMOUS JUDGES 4 AL CAPP _ , l P T/r"l P 300 other Bi| Ctth Prizes creator of til Atjuer WILLIAM HOLDBN Paramount Picture Star of ^Submarine Command" TEX McCRARY an4 JINX TALKBNBURG McCRARY of Rx!lo,Td». SPECIAL THIS WEEK bitSx7i»rtrmtt S .95 Ref. UM tick Na ippointtneat i« Bec«»»ry in oar The studio that photographed 1948's First National Winner Photograph Studio . . . Fourth Floor A Wojiderfid .'New.Shipment of Quilted Plastic Garment BAGS new LOW SLING At Only 199 · JUMBO * REGULAR · SUIT ··-- Garment bags for added storage and to protect yoitf clothes. Quilted plastic panels, sturdy sides. In beau- tiful colors. Your choice of three sizes. Belter hurry in for these! Closet Shop . . . Third Floor Look io Sorry, No Mail Or Phone Orders · TAN CALF · BLACK SUEDE · BROWN SUEDE 8.95 Low, light-stepping, lithe little pumps to take you straight into Fall's busy schedule! So comfortably fitting with the soft, unboxed toes you like and new deep-V vamp. So simple of line they can go dress or casual to suit your inood. «s seen in Mademoisclit JTOHl JIUCI M7«

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free