Penney’s sold budget cottons in 1960 for up to $3.98. I can’t help but love the style of these dresses, even if the ladies have inexplicably had their legs chopped off.
Rufus Loebig, 22, son of Mathilda Loebig of Lismore, received his pilot’s wings and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in 1945. Sorry about the darkness of the photo. Sometimes I can’t make them better, but I thought Mr. Loebig still deserved credit for his efforts and decided to post it anyway. Next post at…
Silverberg’s had Cinderella Wash Dresses and Georgiana House Frocks in 1935, and if the dress pictured is any indication, they were lovely.