The New York Age from New York, New York on September 22, 1956 · Page 10
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The New York Age from New York, New York · Page 10

New York, New York
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Saturday, September 22, 1956
Page 10
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f ACE 14 NEW YORK AGE DEFENDER SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1954 . if wt . r - 1 Sf n ' y BERMUDA WELCOME . . . Pictured is attractive Helena Sayles, New York Age Defender's "Miss Teea Ager of 19 5 being greeted by Ellsworth Battery and a group f teea agert during a receptioa for Miss Sayles at tae Clay Hoase Inn at Bermuda several days ago. Others are Lorraine Zaill, Shirley Near on, Dolores Williams, Edith Ann Burrows, Charlotte and Naomi Saltus, Giadwya and Colbert Pearman, Lee Tucer and Will Dickenson. Tour was planned by Hilton Hill Travel Agency. ; A NT M 4f. , 11 mSmm pitfu' 'STARUGHTERS" A HIT al fad and displayed a bit of No matter where yon go yoa it for MMiss Teen Ager" dur - can hear popular "rock and lag a session featuring the roil." Bermuda has its nao - . "Stariighters" aco singing meats with the exciting music - (roup at the Clay House Inn. Miss Teen Ager Is shown as she was Introduced to mem bers of the crack outfit during intermission that night. learned how to operate a blinker while on a light cruise aboard the hospital ship V.S.S. Haven. Mrs. Bowser won the competition in the New York and New Jersey area, making her. eligible for the finals at Long Beach. U.S. Navy photo GLAMOR ON DECK Mrs. Gloria Bowser, Jamaica, Long Island, one of the 31 candidates in the "Mrs. V. Navy 1S54" contest at Long Beach, California, last week, Is shown with her husband, Woman l - c Robert Bowser, right, as she it V ' - ' , y v - : v:V'A' .1 'A ' v jf v! - 4 - try " 4 ..." - : .xi?1. - . t ? v? - 1 n - MSS V. S. RUNNE3 UP - Berveriy Song, left, is shunn as she received her tickets and accommodation for a taip to Bermuda which she won in keen competition as second place winner ks she Miss United States Pageaat summer. Her chapcronc, LB - Kaa Riecke, right, looks eat wale travel ageat Donald Smith eatttaet the ittaerayf. Both gfrk are awgej X St, LsbM hospHaL - EXCITING MOMENT An aeiting moment la aay young girl's life it a trip to Bermuda aboard a huge, sleek Pan American Clipper like the one which carried "Miss Teea Ager f 19M" la that fascinating Island. She Is pictured, eecpad from left, with her mother at her right just before the flight took off from International Airport that wonderful day. Left to right, Mrs, Leela Edwards, aunt and chaperoae, her grandmother and Pamela Edwards, her cousin. Mrs. Edwards and Famela accompanied her oath trip. (Photo by Bill Pat - tea). , - - f 4

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