The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 19, 1951 · Page 33
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 33

Corpus Christi, Texas
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Sunday, August 19, 1951
Page 33
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The c«uti*«ed troiu rage 1-C. arrived here las 1 , week in milk f!aa« ·urrounded by the:wedding trip to Monterrey, the bridouuaid* bouquets. The heart-i couple will b* at home in Mac-shaped wedding cak« WM tiered jhattan, Kan. j and topped witb a miniature bride The bride i» a graduate of Fre-1 fand froom. donia High School aad Electronic-j For traveling the bride yror« a! Radio-Television Institute of Oma-: jruby suit with black suede acces-jha. Neb, The groom i* a graduate from New York City. This wasn't jaories. Her corsage was of fleur'of Galesburg High School and is their first trip to Texas, however, jd'amour and stenhanotis. After a 'attending Kansas State College. jj r Tee! was stationed in San Ani tonio during the \\ar] WHAT'S NEW Mi. Teel is a member of Amer- ican Association of University Women and PUi lambda Tlvsta. She also .taught Sunday school ia Presbyterian churches. Makes Serving Easier | AtA tS ^ «**«»«« **» jcome from other parts of Texas A new pierced tablespoon. de-,sofa. ; are jtf r . sn(i j,i rs . Ben F. McDon- signed for spill-free vegetable serv-j -The sofa curves along us piped; a j ( j 4995 Verner. Both natives of ing, has been put on the market by; ann s and back, bows inward at; Au ^ t in the McDonalds are busy a national silverplate company, jtlie front. Nylon velvet conies n eettino ! sclt \ e( j j u ^ e \ r new home" Previously, pierced "pea" spoons i gold, hunter green, sage, olive, pur-j 6 ,. e ,,. _ ' .. ., . ' had been made in a more round- pie bursundy. rose, coral, persim-i Mr - McDonaW an attoi-ney who - · i is associated with Henri \\arren. ! came to Corpus Chrisli in Novem- iber. Jtrs. McDonald, the former tablespoon except that JUs pierced. " Standing approximately 23 inches : N e U Chui-chwcll. joined him after The piercing in the bowl of the j from the floor and suitable f or; U v ? i r weddi "£ '« February, spoon makes it easy to drain off!children up to 30 years of age, a| Both are graduates of the Uni- Oil Co. Fishing is the favorite pasttime of Mr. Spauri and Mrs. -Spann joins him occasionally on a fishing expedition, ; Corpus Christ! CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 19, 1961 »-C Dr. Stroutf* Parents l To M nkf Horn* Jffffif Leave for Groesbeck ' . fir. »iiu mm. j . xv. cniu« Oil IriU tu (Mllfornta .Grosebeck left Friday after a * i_ ^ - _ : * t_ r _ it t Pierced Tablespoon MRS. HARVEY C. BALDWIN ... the former Nora Ann Hayden M:. and Mrs. Dave G(;eeu. 1054 Chamberlain. Jleft Tuesday for a three-week vacation in California. They will visit Los Angeles. Hollywood and San Francisco. * Weekend Guest Here Weekend guest in the liome of Mr. and Mrs- K. K. Parker, 736 Campbell, is Miss Ann Shanks of Laredo. She will return Sunday. M , rst ; c , T v _. , , Carlotta «Bd Barter*, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Stroud oi! w i» jri a are makin* their botne rosebeck left Friday after a twof^^ her m other, Mrs. David R. week visit here in the home offUeher, 1513 Ocean Drive, while their son. D*-. S. K. Stroud, andjcoindr. Brown i s stationed over- Mrs. Stroud. 530 Atlantic. Kirks Hack From Arkansas Trip Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Kirk. 1717 Van Loan, returned Thursday from seas. | They had been visiting in Rich- : mond. Ky.. in the home of Sen. and Mrs Clay Shackelford. Visiting Son Here Mrs. W. D. Zachry of Houston a two-week vacation spent at Hot!is a guest of Mr. and Mr«. H. D. Springs, Ark., and with relatives| Zachry, 2813 Sarita, here. Sh* U at Cameron. " jMr. Zachry's mother. , , , ed design which has been discern- mon, chefry and French blue. tinued lor some time. Thi s new! " is shaped exactly like a Child's TV Chair ' svft-plus liquids directly into serving china. Beginning with current ments to dealer s from the silver- plate factory, all of the company's 52-piece services for eight will in- new chair is available in maple, iversity of Texas. Mrs. McDonald wheat or black lacquer. The chair;majored in journalism. Mr. Mo his bachelor's de- war and his law degree in 1949. They moved into their new, six- ship- revolves completely. Shipments of i Donald received ilver-1 the nationally-available product are gree before the just starting. Horizontal Mailbox A long letter slot cuts the top of!room house three weeks ago and elude this new spoon, plus one regular tablespoon. Formerly, two , new horizontal mailbox made of (have just finished quarters for an- «sular tablespoons were packag «J hamjnere(1 avmimm and window-! other member of the familv, an with the 52-p.ece sen-ice. | ed with p j astic . Behind the mail-; English setter. Blondie. Blondie is The new serving spoon Is alsoj'.iox are clamps where magazines! a frequent hunting partner with available in open stock at jewelry: may be placed horizontally. The i Mr. McDonald. and department stores across the box" are clamps where magsizines . \v Lawyer nation. Offered at no increase in ' . price, the pierced tablespoon w ! ir ln , 1 , ort ed Foods ^ a b^ m cZus " ' ° retail at 51.58. the same price as FPOM HoHanrt. Veflwde.- ha, , ^ n ' \ f "' that o f . the regular tablespoon. in; Shlpped two lavered chocolate wa- 'i{ a choice of five patterns. There : fc^" Packed between two t i g h t l y ^ ' " ; is no federal tax. i sealed sheets of tinfoil, the wafers ' , v , '1V o Mo i B o . , r, o 1 ' " Imc should keep their crispness eveiv who Miss Hayden., Mr. Baldwin Pledge Voivs at Nuptial Mass associated j All-Nylon Velvet . i in"~a"damp r clfmate."""'"'' with Jake B - J a r m o n - J l '-- -woived ! Velvet has become practical asi Play box biscuits, the English his law degree from the University i,,** tv*v»rt!c.t-ii»--.» -foVi^irt nr«.r n^of it name for cookies, are an import ®* Texas m 19?0. Jan upholstery fabric now tliat it jhas the added qualities of an all- I nylon pile. Long wear and easy i cleaning of nylorr and softness. smoothness and luster of velvet ! texture are found In the upholste- Miss Nora Ann, Hayden became the bride of Harvey C. Baldwin in a double ring ceremony and nuptial mass Saturday, morning at St. Theresa Catholic Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Hayden. 419 MacLeod, and the groom is the son of cade bouquet of fleur d' amour and j - stephanotls oil a white prayer] book. j Mrs. Jeanette Jernigan was ma-1 Iron of honor with Miss Edna K. I Mercer, maid of honor. They wore j dresses of eyelet organdy over taffeta designed with fitted bodices. ! ry of an 18th century style love Blind Mice are examples. from London. Put up in a 1 lb!,j Mrs. Spann, a native of Austin, is the former Jane Farr. She attended the University, major-ing in A member of ·nrority, she is (employed 'ns a secretary at Lion ounces tin, the cookies are iced in a multi-colored fairy tale motif. Jack and Jill, the Cow Jump-1home economics. . ing Over the Moon, and the Three i Beta Sigma Phi su pROPRBllf A M E R I C A ' S N». I POINTS School-time . . . shiny-bright, new shoe time in Propr-Bilts. So fine looking and feeling your child's feet are ready for fun or a run. Shown is just one of our many Rropr-Bilt styles for fall. 8.45 to 9.45 ACCORDING TO SIZE 1716 South Alflmeda Dial 4-8576 Tied tor First Place in The Flavor Parade.' People Are Talking About Mrs. Zclla Baldwin, Galesburg. I wide 'berthas and bouffant, gored Kan., and the late Harry D. Bald-J skirts. Wide satin sashes were vin. 'worn at the waist. They carried The Rev. Cyril Lange officiated I matching bouquets of pale pink at the ceremony in a sanctuary i Esther Reed daisies m semi-cas- setting of white gladiolus anil!cades tied with streamers, white asters in fan-shaped arrange-! Mrs. Jernigan wore yellow and ments Miss Rose Marie Kaler was j Miss Mereer wore green. Lylaj organist and Roy Hebort was solo- and Vaunda DeVine, junior brides- ist. Organdy The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a floor-i ' maids, wore dresses of lavender) organdy over taffeta and carried! similar bouquets. i Alban Venneman of St. Paul, icngth"dress of white imported em- Kan., was best man. Groomsman i ,-j_.._^ 3_. _..«.. ,,.-*-,.*,, u r ii5{ Dean Wood of rredonia, broidered organdy over taffeta faille. The neckline was scalloped Kan. Duane Pennington of Fredonia was an usher. and the molded bodice was accented with a peplum and bouffant | Deception ^ skirt. A reception was held in the sun- Her fingertip-length veil oJ nylon fell from a small organdy cap in room o£ the Princess Louise Hotel. The bride's table was laid with scallop design. She carried a cas- lace and centered with an epergne Mad* by Knolle . . . The FincsV Name In Ice Cream NOW in Corpus Christi, the ice cream flavor of the year. . The flavor that comes FIRST with coffee drinkers. From The World's Largest Jersey Herd ALLEN'S DRAPERY DEPT. COME! SEE! SAVE! SLIPCOVER MATERIALS DRAPERY FABRICS UPHOLSTERY FABRICS RUFFLED CURTAINS SHOWER SETS REMNANT Drapery and Curtain Values UNHEARD OF BEFORE! SEE OUR HUGE WINDOW DISPLAY! EVERGLAZE CHINTZ regular 1.59 79 yd. 3.98 Krcne PLASTIC DRAPERIES 98 pr. cash carry UPHOLSTERING FABRICS tapestries damasks novelty weaves moderns values up t 3.95 ., values' up to 6.95 ... 1.59 Re 9 . 3.95 DuPONT LEATHERETTE and PLASTIC 1 98 yd. WAVERLY GLOSHEEN 69 C yd. WAYERLY BONDED 48" PRINTS reg. 2.15 to 2.25 49 yd. FULL RUFFLED CURTAINS FashicnEdga DECORATOR MUSLIN 5.95 value 10.95 15.95 value 3.95 7.95 12. PAIR 2.98 SCRAHTON PLASTIC SHOWER CURTAINS 1 98 Cash Carry matching window curtains too? 4.50 RAYON PANELS 8.45 NYLON PANELS 3 89 pr. 7 49 REMNANTS T to 8 yard pieces GOING FOR A SONG! FREE PARKING! At 3 Downtown AHright Parking Lots 418 N. CHAPARRAL FURNITURE CO. Our courteous salesmen will wait on you in turn as rapidly as possible. NO EXCHANGES ALL SALES FINAL \ 22.95 . . . with the Paris flair . . . New flattering pefol collar . . . diagonal closing and jutting pocket effect accented with a smart rhine- sfane buckle. Fine Tissue Faille in Black. Sizes 12 to 20. .:. · Dresses * Second Floor Perfect Partnership FLANNEL AND CALF Pori Mode unites the softness of flannel with.the.smoothness of calfskin in this new square throat opera. Brown flannel with Brown Calf or Grey Flannel with Block Calf. Matching Bag Shoe Salon * Street. Floor

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