Mama Told Me....You've Got Lucky Lips!!!
With long, silky curls
My Mama told me, Honey
You've got more than other girls
Now you may not be good looking
But you'll soon wear diamond clips
And you'll never have to worry
Cause you've got Lucky Lips.
Yep, this GRIT has Lucky Lips! Well, maybe just Lucky! That was my first thought when I spotted this booklet in an antique shop in Fredricksburg, Texas.
GALE STORM aka My Little Margie! OMGosh I had this Paper Doll booklet when I was just a little girl with long, silky curls.
What a fun find and such a surprise. Even bigger surprise was the $20 price tag.
So out came the camera to get pics of all the pages of Gale's fabulous clothes. That was a thrifty bit of paper doll shopping with a savings of $19.85. The original cost of the booklet was 15 cents.
After feeling so Lucky, my next thought was, "Look at that Pink Formal...it's perfect for a Pink Saturday Post". I would have been singing "Lucky Lips" if I had remembered that as being one of Gale Storms hits in 1957. Course as a ten year old in 1957 I was more interested in Gale's Pink Formal and Pink Cape than her Lucky Lips.
OMGoogle....Gale was a GIRL RAISED IN TEXAS!!!
She was born in Bloomington, Texas in Victoria County and raised in Houston, Texas.
Yep, my Blowin Road Trip blew me right to Josephine Owassa Cottle aka Gale Storm's home town of Houston, Texas.
Ya'll can read all about Gale's Movie, TV and Recording career HERE and visit her Official Website HERE. To HEAR Gale's UTube Video of Lucky Lips click HERE.
For the rest of this Gale Storm Pink Saturday Post I'll share the rest of the Paper Doll Booklet and Gale's Fabulous Clothes.
Thanks Beverly at How Sweet the Sound for being the Hostess with the Mostess! Pink Saturdays list of Pretty Paper Doll Pinkies is HERE! See Ya'll There!