The New York Age from New York, New York on September 4, 1954 · Page 15
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j , , Glamour Echos By HAL DE WIXDT The aim of this column: we will bring you the highlights of the ana your inenas will see your names and pictures in this column along with the models and other more publicized persons. Last week I had the great' pleasure of interviewing Miss Bar - 1 bara Watson, the charming di February of this year. . .a veryi bad policy. Frank Sinatra and Nat 'King' Cole are the best in the vocal de - happenings of the past week. You partinent. To the models: you have reach - 1 ed the bigtime when Skotye the fashion director considers you a j topflight model. . Jackie the secretary at Lora - dill Charm school is a real doll. The comment by Fritz Pollard, " I TTntl .f IT a m a Vnnthall cfar rtn A - rmterltheM8Cwy t'Wi.W CerS Very same name Miss Watson started. ' Cooper ...Your ex. famous models. . ."Our purpose - is to achieve recognition for Negroes as competent models in the ad - vcrtiiing market.". . .interrupted by a call from one of the leading models; Barbara continued. . . magazines, asking for the use of a few of her models; Barbara continued . . . "Before we began in 1944 the Negro model as a market was a t business completely neglected, but by hard labor, persuasion and education of the modeling agencies, the public has finally accepted us. BASED ON INTEGRATION "The future of the models is hased completely on the integration of both races. The use of Negro models in Vogue, Harper anil all the othuer high caliber maga - tines according to ability alone is '.he ultimate goal." Thanks for the comments Miss Watson, and continue to produce those topflight models for which your agency is known. Paul West's band featuring personable Frankie Ow ens at the ivories is the best in town. Those cheap magazines depicting the Negro in such a bad light should be banned from the newsstands. The team of Eugene Boyd, writ er, and Phil Lindsay, youthful veteran actor - director, readying a new play. A well known publication has not paid at least 20 models from top agencies for their work in The Arab population of the world is now estimated at about 45 million. - ploits oo the football field showed great nerve.". . .Foiiarcis reply went something like this". . .tins show 'shows a great deal of nerve.. . Eileen Mills and Trudy Daniels are the best instructors in the business. Dolores Grigsby reminds this writer of Debra Paget the movie star. Scintillating Sarah Turner in misery, wants her brother, who was just inducted, back irom the Marines. The collegiate set and the queer folk running Bermuda shorts into the cround. Sammy Davis, ir.'s recording1! of "Hey There" tops Rosemary . H Clooney's jog done on ths same song which is riding high in the national pol1. Hadel Si itt', .cover girl model flooding the mags. "Miss Bronze New York" contest winner Delicina Boyd is now attending modelling classes at Parkview studios. Edna Daniels, Grace Del Marco's popular poster girl is frequently, seen on the "Spotlight on Harlem" show. One of the best dressed models in New York is Muriel French Suggestion for Saturday eve nings: The Original only nay - house at 100 S. Seventh ave. in the Village is producing a p 1 a y with an all - Negro cast on their midnight show bill. Try and make it Letter Mason, the handsome man - about lown setting plans for his next party. You 11 appear in next weeks column. , .Your Pal . . .Hal. UlJI r ! ' 1 - A Vf ... j i;7 (' 1"' "! HICKORY DICKORY DOCK, everyone loves a Nannette Frock. Orange velveteen weskit highlights this toddler ensemble. Navy til i V ""..1, : - - irasm - S ( HARM SCHOOL KF.GISTR WTS - Mrs. Evelyn Payne (seated, Itrt ), assistant director of aril' ities of the llarlcm YMCA, registers appli - Mrs. Elmo Harris Wed The Campus Hero, Now A Successful Businessman ' I t . , - .. ' i , ' - , I . 1 , I . ' , - : .' - Sz - 1 - Vr" : . ' A .hAV;, - '.;. '"'' ' MRS. ELMORE Many girls dream of marrying the college footall hero but few seldom do. However, the. former Marceleate Lynch of Boston walked off with the prize while a student at Delaware State college. Popular Elmore Harris was not only a football hero, but starred on the cinder paths where he racked up records in the hurdles, the sprints and middle - distances races.. When Marceleate arrived at Delaware state, everyone on the campus was talking about "Pepper" Harris' nickname and the local papers sang his praises. When the couple was finally introduced by a classmate during lunch hour, they bit it off very nicely. JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. The wedding of Bobbie Jean Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts of 109 E. Millard st., and Eugene P. Caruthers son of Mrs. Philista Caruthers and the late Eu gene P. Caruthers, sr., ol Nash ville, was performed last Saturday at the St. Paul AME Zion church. The Rev. Henry H. Sink, pastor, officiated at the double ring Floor baskets of white gladioli, greenery and background of can delabra holding burning tapers formed the decoration for the ceremony. Wedding music was presented by Mrs. LaVerne Bryant, pianist, Erma Jane Rhea and Mary Greta Wilson, soloists. "Clair DeLune" was used as a prelude and "Ava Maria" as background music for the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a ballerina length gown of Chantilly lace over white satin. Her finer tip vei' of French illusion was attached to a half crown of seed pearls and sequins. She carried a white bible topped with white gardenias and white streamers. Mrs. Mary Houston was matron of honor She was gowned in a pink ballerina length taffeta model with a pink net skirt, pink halo hat with matching shoes, and carried a fan of white or Deep South Ham Salad The only adequate way to describe this intriguingly different HAM AND SWISS CHEESE SALAD is to actually taste it. The flavor is so unusually yes, very, very unusually good that it is blue pucker nylon skirt. Frothy sheer whi e dotted nylon bodice i quite likely you will be making with lace edged collar and navy embroidery dotted with gilt this salad several times a week, studs to match weskit buttons. What kindergarten lassie wouldn't - This salad is a favorite in the kip off to school happily in this first ?3ay - at - school frock? . Deep South. It is perfect eating 1 . i & - z " 1 h ;H:k - f V I Vi' I 1r ' Jtm xA... HARRIS That was in 1942; nine months later, they were married. After a honeymoon in Atlantic City, Elmore enrolled at Morgan State college; and bis bride took a teaching job in Delaware. Their separate careers in different states Si ELMORE for hot weather because it has flavor which seems just right for "porch eating" or for a picnic. Our Southern cousins know how to relax and enjoy themselves and for that reason they serve this quick and easy salad as a main dish since it is so fast - to - fix with no fuss or bother. It's just deli' cious with tall glasses of some thing real chilly. INGREDIENTS: 1 - 2 enp mayonnaise 1 teaspoon salt Dash of pepper 1 cup cooked ham, cut into thin strips 1 cup Swiss cheese, cut Into thin strips 1 - 4 cup chopped dill pickle 2 cops hot or warm cooked white rice 1 cup cooked green peas Salad greens 3 ripe tomatoes, cat into slices r wedges METHOD: Mix together t h i mayonnaise, salt and pepper. (If you like onion, add 1 teaspoon grated onion to the mayonnaise Add the ham, Swiss cheese, pic kle and hot rice. It is important that the rice be hot or at least warm. Add the peas and gently mix. Cover and chill about 1 hour or serve at room temperature, if desired. This salad is HARRIS did not mean lengthy separations, 'and started a however, for the newly weds saw each other (very weekend. At Morgan, Harris starred on the track team in the 440 and 600 yard events and became the first Negro athlete from a Negro school to win the NCAA 440 and 220 low hurdles events. Also while t Morgan he held the world's record for the 400 meters around two turns and tied one world's record, in the around a turn, in 1946. He was the first one to go undefeated in Madison Square Garden in the 600 yards. After graduating from Morgan State, Harris signed up with the chids tied with nile green streamers. The bridesmaids, Mabel Briscoe, Mrs. Mary Francis B rid well, and Mrs. Dorothy Wyden wore dresses of green net over nile green taffeta. Their head dress and bouquets were fashioned after that of the matron of honor. Gowned in a dress fashioned after the bridesmaids, Virginia Woolwine served as flower girl and carried a white basket of flowers. Ronald Clarence Cope served as ring bearer. The groom's best man was Robert L. Jackson. Ushers were J. Niel Armstrong, Robert T. Hale, Thomas B. Letford and Elmer Crowe. The bride's mother wore a dark silk dress with white accessories, while the groom's mother wore an aqua lace model with white accessories. They both wore corsages of white gardenias. Mrs. Caruthers is a former student at Tennessee A. & I State university, where she was a mem ber of the Ivy Leaf Gub of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. Caruthers, a teacher of science and band director at Langston High School, is a graduate of Tennessee State A & I university. He is a member of Omega P,si Phi Fraternity, and Beta Kappa Chi, honorary Science Fraternity. He also is a feature Brooklyn Football Dodgers, becoming the first Negro to play for the team. Later, he played with the Qiicago Rockets and the Edmonton Eskimos. Always business - minded Harris quit the the sports arena in 1950 tailor shop in the Bronx. Cleaners, at 262 W. 145th St., and now has five trucks to pick up clothing from local shops. He has under contract 125 stores in the metrooplitan area, in addition to five stores of his own. One serves the residents of the River ton Redevelopment project. After teaching for two years, Mrs. Harris came to New York with her husband to set uo their .household. She is now an investi gator with the Department of Welfare. The couple's son, Runee, 7, is named for the Swedish friend whom Harris met while travelling in Europe. Their hobbies are tennis; in fact Smith - Carnthers Nuptials In Johnson City , Pretfty, Impressive writer for the Johnson City Press Chronicle and a disc jockey at radio station WETB. RECEPTION HIGHLIGHTS The bride's table was covered with a white linen cloth, centered with a three tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Mrs. Geneva Woolwine greeted the guests, while Mrs. Jac - quetta Armstrong had charge of the bride's book the guestj were Mesdames Rebec ca Crowe, Jessica Hale, Margaret Duffield, Ruth Dean, Thelma Nor - ris, Earline Stewart, Charlotte Vi - son, Ruth Brice. Goldie Akins, Sa rah Smith, Johnnie Mae Rose, Ruth Howard, Irene Smith, and Miss Mildred Dickenson. The bridal couple left for i southern wedding trip. Upon their return to the city, they will make their home at 208 W. Chilhowie ave. all the sports, the beach, working cross w o r,d puzzles, and seeing popular plays which are also enjoyed by their son. Both are interested in cards. Elmore prefering poker while Mrs. Harris will settle for pinochle. Harris' chief activity community - wise, is with Forest house in the Bronx. He is also a member of the YMCA Century club. Mrs. Harris believes that most of her time, when not spent on her job, should be dedicated to her son; therefore, their trips to the theatre, musicals, museums and other educational and informational points of interest, use up most of her leisure time. She does find some time, however, to devote to the social service de - ptrtment at Harlem hospital and with her social club, the Nymphs. THere A - Career For You In WAG Qualified young women, between ages 18 and 35, interested in preparing themselves iit specialized careers, will find the Women's Army Corp an answer. Application can be made for one of the many schools operated by the United States Army and those applying will be accepted for the school of their choice before enlistment Some of the courses offered young women enlisted in the Wom en's Army Corp are dental assistant, dental lab procedures, medical 'technician, neuropsychiatries procedures, occpuational therapy. In addition, there are courses available in. x - ray procedures, me ical lab procedures, pharmacy, machine accounting, personnel management and stenography. Those interested may see the United States Army recruiter at 4733 South Parkway - Breakfast Beef Tasty As Bacon For those who prefer a leanei breakfast meat than bacon or for those who prefer beef to pork, Armour and Company, one of the nation's leading meat packers has introduced a new smoked beef product. Armour Breakfast Beef, which looks Ike bacon; is cooked like bacon and is eaten like bacon, is made from a portion of the bee' plate. The meat is boned, trimmed cured, smoked and sliced and has a flavor all its own. Sold under the Armour Star la - i bel as Cured and Sliced Breakfast Others assisting in entertaining! Beef - the tastv nc Product most nearly resembles bacon in appear ance. It comes wrapped in one pound cellophane packages for retail self service. . The packages average 18 to 22 slices and include instructions for pan frying and broiling which are similar to those for bacon. According to the instructions, the beef is done when it is crisp but not brittle. Serving suggestions include the preparation of breakfast beef with eggs and in sandwiches. X DEEP SOUTH HAM SALAD Something entirely different in the way of flavor and sheer eating enjoyment is to be found in a salad that combines ham and Swiss cheese. A favorite in the deep South, this salad is perfect eating for hot weather (or Void, for that matter) because it has a "just right" flavor and because it is so easy to prepare. Served with tall glasses of your favorite beverage, it can be a main party dish or a Sunday night supper special just for the family. best if it is not too cold. Serve on salad mens and garnish with! with heat off. but without re - , refrigerator in a covered contain - i the tomatoes. moving lid. ier. You'll find it mighty handy I This recipe makes 7 servings. The above will make slightly', for adding to many quick, dclici - cants for the popular Charm series now being For extra, Duffy, tender, .par - more cooked rice than is needed - ous and in?xpensie soups, salads, conducted at the YMCA. Mix Linda Page (left, ate grains allow the rice to for this recipe. Keep the balance casserole dishes, hot breads and standing), charm counselor, looks on. I steam for an additional 10 minutes' of the ready - cooked rice in the' desserts. Sat., Scpf. 4, 1954 - 4 r - N, Y, AGE DEFENDER 13 . ( : ' ' - . - ,: . , - ';.v . : ' .'Vi ' ' - I " - v . ' '': . 4 a i W - if ': fA - fi., it ' . f. ; V ft - K', , ' 4 P - : ' t m j - y . i - ' ' V - . - ' - - " ' f i ' ( - ; ' .txA t :'. - - y - - - s - 'V. - . ; : - s Wt . cr - s , tv, - S . . V : nil hi ii i iu urn ii iiimur Miiwni i iiiiniinin m n "i m THE DOUBLE DRESS BY CELESTE. This dress for erring d. young scholars, of silky pima cotton broadclo h with imported linen collar and full skirt, is a pretty, basic school dress. Added adventure is the imported linen doublet, sti cbed and banded in red, to slip over the head and tie firmly at the sides. Celeste is i top fashion designer for little girls. Boys Will Be Boys. And So Will Girls! Boys will be (little) boys and so will girls on college campuses this year. Identical knee pants and schoolboy jackets for both sexes is the Number one college fashion trend, according to Sports Illustrated, the new weekly magazine that features fashions for everybody under the title "The Sporting Look." Trim and tailored long shorts cut to a prescribed two inches above the knee are the approved college girl uniform this year "approved by dean and boy friend, both fed up with faded blue jeans," according to college fashion article in the current issue (out August 20). Worn with finger tip corduroy or bright wool jackets cut f . - V fc Y1 V K. r ' m. i. i ' ilrr - mr ; - like a boy's, and ith knee suck , the little boy pants have a no team mate in the kilt or above - the - knee kilt. "Moving in on the Levi territory" is the neater, colorful man's campus outfit of Bermuda shorts with loud argyle knitted socks or flannel slacks with viv id waistcoats. Adding to the look - alike trend in campus styles is the use of men s knee length belted safari coats of pima cotton lined 'with fleece or bright red flannel. Sports Weekly reports. - Prop the insides of rubber boots with cardboard so they keep their shape 4 i - . i l ayMF - ft COVtt GL MODELS P HtUHT THtl FALL FASHION SHOW FOR THE CAREER GIRL Sunday, Evening, October 17, 1954 :30 .M. . 3:00 A.M. ORCHARD ROOM OF SMALLS PARADISE SEVENTH AVENUE. 133 STREET SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 For Reservations Call AU 1 - 4711 ai., j 00 P.M. DOROTHY CHAPPELLE, Dir. - BILL RENO, Fh.r'PMc " -

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