The New York Age from New York, New York on December 18, 1954 · Page 4
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New York, New York
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Saturday, December 18, 1954
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V N. Y. AGE DEFENDER Sat., Dec. 18. 1954 it H "S IW10UC yJy. x ECHOES PARDON US, CLEMENT MOOSE Twas the week before Christmas, Wtiei ill thronfh the city AH the creatures were stirrlnf, bat not Kitty; Kitty's picture! were patted In her portfolio with care, b hope that the af ents toon would be there; The yonnf model wai nettled ill nag la her bed ffhlle visions of dollar Ids danced to her head; Etty in pJamas, bat looking quite dap, Bad Just tettleS down for a long Winter'! nap, When out in the itreet there arose sach a clatter, She stashed from her bed to tte what wai the matter. Away to the window she flew like a flash, Ten would think the had found a barrel of cash. The moon, m the breast of the i new fallen wow, Gave a luster of midday to the icene below; When what to her wondering eyei she should dig, . But a miniature sleigh and models for the gig, With a tall, cool - cat directing the prty, She knew in a moment It most be St. Skotye. More fluid than ballerinas, his models, they came, - And be beckoned and spoke, and called them by name; "Now Tnra! Now Jean! Now Bar bara and Peg! On Rose! Ob BettTl On Delcina and Meg! To the front el the porch listen as I caD; . New glide away, gild away, glide "away aU!" So, np to the hone top the 1 models they flew, With a sleight full of contracts and ' SU Skoyte too. . And then in twinkling she beard on the root The pr'ncing and pawing of each little hoof. As she drew in her bead, and was turning around, Down the chimney came St. Skotye with a bound, A bundle of assignments be held in his hands Every modelling need, to fin her " demands. A wink of hit e7, and a twist of 1 his head, . Soon gave Kitty to know the h,d nothing to dread. He spoke a few words, to tell of a plan, All Kittr could sty wai, 'Oh Man! Oh Man! He proceeded to teach thi art of the pose, 9 s ? 5 - A , THANKS A MILLION!" Per feet Sara Lou Harris, "The Model of the Year" graciously accepts the trophy sw&rded her by 'Fashion Show Service' d u r 1 n g the Artistry in Fashion show at the Ren aissance Casino. Mr. Reuben Patton, the very well known and popular District Sales Mr"ger of Falcon Bu'ck Co., is the gentleman to the left who presented the award to Sara Lou. iYoulli, 17, Slain Over Girl, 14 NEW ORLEANS Funeral serv. ; Jces were held here last week for a 17 - year - old boy killed in a fight ', with a 14 - year - old youth following ! an argument over the affections of a 14 - yearold girl. . ' Authorities, who .withheld the names of the principals, said the boys had just left the municipally owned Rosenwald gyjinasium. When done, gave a aod, np the chimney be rose, Leaving Kute Kitty heaving a sigh, As Skotye, his models, aU said "bye - bye", She heard him exclaim, ere he vanished from tight "Fashion Show Service! wishes yon Merry Christmas aud good night!" NEW ADDRESS ' Please send all future mall to Ham DeWindt, c - o The New York Age - Defender, IS West Corn Ball st, N. Y., if after this column you remain a reader of 'Glamour Echoes.1 ECHO CHAMBER Delcina Boyd and her charming sister, Theodora, have joined Fash - Ion Show service, both dancing and modelling phases. Delicious Delcina will undergo a tonsilecto - my in January. Peggy (bone crush er) Grant was busily testing her strength at Snookie's the other night, by breaking hands as she shakes with everyone. Frank Preston (Carole's father) could easily become a top male model. Muriel French monopolized four pages of the most recent copy of a popular magazine. THINGS TO COME! Loew'g Victoria hteatre at 125th st and Seventh ave. will sponsor the "Miss Contessa" beauty contest, Jan. 14, 1955. Anyone inter estedt How would you like a Jazz Festival fashion show weekly In the neighborhood? - If you would, write and tell us. NEWS WISE The new Ed Branford agency is being run with the able assistance of master La nee Drummond. Plans for the lucky gals who are chosen are wonderful! "Admira - tionV the Parkview studios' magazine, will begin production again in the spring. Models who appeared In the Shalimar fashion show were Carole Preston, - Marlene Walden and Delcina Boyd. The Prest Photographer girls will produce their own Fashion show early next year. Kathy Bell, Delores Dent, Shirley Napper and Harlean Harris are among the models who shall appear. LOVE, LU - V. The latest love affair around these parts is between Linda Wil liams (11 - year - old cousin of Williams, the model) and Bruce Dent (lOyear - old cousin of Dolor Dolores D e n t, t h e model). An elopement is due around the holidays. The steady two some of Cindy Queen and Owen Fuer - tado. ' With tears In my eyes and choked up with emotion, we close the doors of "Glamour Echoes" for this week . , Your Pal . . Hal. km - v - v, r 7: - H A ft c - - ' - f , - 4 i - 1 1 ( - a It was easy as pie! Mom Just called the telephone company business office, and they put in our extension phone fast! . It's such a big convenience for so little money! Less than 3 - a day! Would you like an extension phone? Just call your local business office todayl" NIWY0RK TELEPHONE COMPANY i I ... i . it 43 v J "THE END IS NEAR!, - Thret models await their turn to , be view ed by the . audience. This unusual picture was taken dur ing the latter part of the "Art - istry in Fashion" show at the LA LOS ANGELES, Calif. L. J. Brady, socially - prominent real estate broker, was released on bail here this week after being charged with four counts of grand theft. Brady was accused of receiving more than $6,000 as down payments on parcels of land and pocketing the money for his own use. ! A member of the Consolidated Realty Board and high in the city's social circles, Brady was held in jail for more than a week following his arrest Nov. 19, but is now on $4,500 bail. The brokers alleged victims in - . elude Dr. Jerone W. Johnson. Mr. : and Mrs. Lynson J. Miller and John A. Amos. Hampton Dean To U. S. Post HAMPTON, Va. - Dean Mary P. Holleran of the Hampton instf tute faculty received an appointment from President Eisenhower recently to' serve as a U. S. rep - resentative to the Inter - American Cultural Council of the Organization of American States meeting in Rio De Janeiro next month. 1 , ; v :T.. ABYSSINIAN BENEFIT Abyssinian Baptist church, 1SJ STARS The world famous W. 138th st. this Monday eve Ward Singers, heded by gos - tdng, Dee. 20. The musical Pel star Clara Ward (top), win treat will serve to rlse funds appear as guest artists at the to provide Christmas baskets for the needy. 4 - f - 10 If 1 1 Renaissance Casino, The mod els left to right are Theodora ' Boyd, Carole Preston and Peg gy Grant wearing hats styled by William J. Nice hats, hmmmram! Photo by Carl Nestfleld. 1 roker Held! For Misuse Off Funds1: - I Nancy Woodruff Chosen 'Miss Rheingold Of '55' About the most thrilling .birthday present a girl could possibly receive on her 21st birthday is the coveted "Miss Rheingold" title. This is exactly what has happened to the new "Miss Rheingold 1955," Miss Nancy Woodruff, for on Dec. 16, she will celebrate that enchanting age at an exclu sive party given by Liebman breweries for the press, to Intro - '. . l. ! - 1 11 A. At - ml ' auce act ouiciauy w we millions of admirers who voted for her. Nancy polled more votes this year tban any previous winner. She will receive prizes totaling $50,000, plus three months in California and a tour through Puerto Rico; and will undoubted ly be the most photographed, feted girl in America, 1 ft i I. SURPRISED PARTY! Contradicting the song phrase "Nancy with the laughing face," Miss Nancy Woodruff registers com plete suprlse apca receiving the telegram which informs the beauty of - her winning ' the "Miss Rheingold" title, Knights, Catanthes Give Benefit Dance More than 500 Phythians, Calan thians and friends crowded the main auditorium of King Solomon Masonic Temple, 106 W. 127th st., New York City, Saturday eve - ning .when the United Sick Com mitteecomposed of men of the lodges and women of the courts, Order of Calanthe, Knights of Py thias, NA, SA, EA, A and A Grand Lodge of N. Y. State Juris diction presented their initial Cos tume Dance. . Marion Simmons, Grand District Deputy of Rockaway Beach, L. I., master of - ceremonies, presented Grand Chencellor J a m a E Greene who expressed hit grati tude for the splendid attendance, stating, "proceeds from the affair would aid in the distribution of Christmas baskets in the five bor oughs, Long Island and Westches ter counties." Music was furnished by Jot AI - llck and his orchestra. Mrs. Jane Taylor and Dewey McGowan chairman and . co - chairman re spectively. About 12 1 - 3 million people pile area. the New York urban area, MtMddddlkMtJtIAllMM)lMi)llll 1 CHARLIE BANKS Holiday Selections MOM OUk COMPLiri STOCK O' OVER 1000 BRANDS OF FINE WINE AND LIQUORS BANKS BOND 1 00 Proof Kentucky Straight owtai WMikty BottfMf fa . Bend Itptially For Us. Fifth...... $4.15 3 Bottles... $12.00 FAVELL'S COVE JAMAICA RUM from Thm flntrt i ttofti In 7h ttlani. DtlMeui Straight Or MixW. Fifth . , .... $4.90 CAPRIOLO VERMOUTH . FROM ITALY Swtt Or Dry, 7 hit It The Perfect Appefiier An4 Mekti Deficeui Manhattan or Martinlt. Fifth 97c PRINCE YORK SCOTCH WHISKEY Not Only The Price, But Tkt Tutta, Tee, Meket Tkh 7h Meet Po - ufar Scetck On Tfce Snefre. Fifth $4.99 BANKS CLUB CIN to Proof PneCreM Ptrrect Straight Or fAry MWDrMr. Pint $2.09 Fifth $3.34 FULL QUART $4.12 LA CAM P AC N A IMPORTED BRANDY Mad from Tha flnatt Gropes Crown In Pertnoe. MM Aid Mallow. ?YeenOM. Fifth ....... $4.18 RON SILVA from Tha Virata hlani, Tfcfi CoMen Rum It Iota Dalieiout And leeaamkal. Fifth ..... .$3.16 3 Bottles . . . $9.00 MaeNAUGHTON'S CANADIAN WHISKY f laniai Ami tottloi Vaiat Tha Sapanltha Of Tha Fifth $5.92 We taka fnmt arlia ln twirttf ant mrrka. We wlff $Ht - raa roar eercrMte without cfceroe, exe wt fatt ani aHkhat iaOnwf service cannot fte See. . ;0rf caff AtO. 2 - 117 H a mint at a tata you'll ha !amntry marltW.. . . . CHARLIE BANKS IX'ES & LIQUORS, INC. uc not 2I3W.1Z5thSr. - MO.Z - S187 - S ro(iKtxvraw New York. New York Only two short years ago, Nancy started as a professional model with the Hartford agency and since, has appeared on many of the leading magazine covers in America. Her hobbies tend to domesticity, as she loves to bake and take care of her two younger brothers. Nancy's mother, dad, and brothers live in California where her father is an executive of one of the toff automobile companies. However, she was born in Detroit and for the past several years, has been modeling here In New York. There is no question that she personifies the typical American girl, the kind of girl you meet every day on the subway, coming out jf church, or running to catch the 5th ave bus. Miss Woodruff is the 16th Miss Rheingold and today she polls more popular J votes than in all other election ' with the exception of the National Presidential election. New York and California have embraced i Miss Rheingold as one of their own, so .that today she enjoys the popularity and good will of mil. lions of Americans, personifying Ithe 'ALL - AMERICAN' girl. ATTENTION! Working Parents of School Agt Children lace Your Children In Safe Hands at Tho Ochool On Tho Hill 421 W. 145th Street, N. Y. C. AU. M?50 GRADES I TO ALL - DAY PROGRAM TRANSPOITATtOM iMswakfe HuHt teflrtw Nevf Cttawaee Sebewia. DtiMfee Ma You cant give a finer gift of wWskey than Lord Calvert . ,'. and packaged in Treasure Chests of either rich gold or iparkling lilver, it'i definitely the handsomest gift, toot What'a more, no other gift under the sun so subtly flatters the one who gets it . . . for Lord Calvert sayst "To a Man of Distinction r Can you think of a nicer way to please the distinguished men on your list?. the wily gift that sayi : To a Man of Distinction" BLENDED WHISKEY. S6.I PROOF. 65 GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. CALVERT DISTILLERS COMPANY, N. Y. C. 77

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