The New York Age from New York, New York on May 7, 1955 · Page 15
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FRED SAPP, Director of Fern Fashions ANN HARRIS, Modiste ' ' ! msiiiiiiiiiRaa lip f:; ' 'lb I I TiT 'tmliiwmirrWfirri)i'iiMiMlii I iitl inyrnwWniiT - ,"f f - '1 V ANDRE MAZARET, Hair Stylist unfolds before the eye. CARS BY COFIELD GLAMOROUS MODELS Cars By Cofield Motors Corp. TEN BEST DRESSED WOMEN of 1955 ROCKLAND PALACE 155th ST. & 8th AVE. MY 12, 1955 - - 8:30 P.M. A Colorful latest type automobiles by Cofield Motors manned by handsome escorts will offer the exciting background for the tableau in which more than 50 persons will participate. The Rio Grande supplies Irrigation water for an estimated two million acres. Proved reserves of natural gas in the United States at the end of 1952 amounted to 199.7 trillion Bradley. Hair stylists from Olivia's running account of the event as it cubic feet. MILO GOUGH, Chapeaux Designer f f - : v Tougaloo Prof Receives Ph.D. ATLANTA Mrs. Naomi John son Townsend, chairman of the department of English at Tougaloo college, was awarded the Ph.D. degree in English at the Spring convocation at the University of Pittsburgh. Because of her high scholastic record, she was elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa. According to President Rufus B. Clement of Atlanta university, Mrs. Townsend is the 50th graduate of Atlanta university te earn the highest academic degree to date. STEFAN, Designer IBliiiiiil JULES BRYANT, Designer ( ..... ' ; x .', 4,. z Hi - fi f ... .... : Thomasina J. Norford Speaks To Va. Group Mrs. Thomasina Johnson Norford, former U. S. Labor Department minority group consultant, was guest speaker at the annual citizenship meeting of the Pulaski - Montgomery Welfare league 8, Radford, Va., on Sunday, April 23. A resident of New York but active in national politics, Mrs. Norford emphasizes to the non - partisan meeting the responsibility of good citizenship. She pointed out that "In the democratic life we have in America there are few inequities that cannot be cured by the vote. Using that vote is not only a prerequisite to being a good citizen, it is a necessary step toward insuring a better life." The Radford Welfare league is affiliated with the United Council Hampton Gets $1 5 C's From Field Foundation HAMPTON, Va., President Alonzo G. Moron of Hampton institute announced last week receipt of a grant of $15,000 from the Field Foundation of New York City for continuing support of the Mental Health service for students of the college. New York Age Defender PRISIWTS m4 "T, - r ,1 - A In Advance - $1.75 Boxes - $10.00 Tables - $5.00 yy - y' - ivitimfit - ' yy y,. yyy - ' ii.y.; - . .. .:J - .w: - :V - ' - .v:::'.:;.: - V: - MRS. FOUNTAIN BRYANT Designer N, Y. AGE DEFENDER 1C Sat., May 7 1955 J Their Styles Arid Comments To .Highlight Show Glim axing 'Best .Dressed' Contest I a. m'cf' - i A 5 yfc yi ."5 fit 1 , fill. ,riipitfi LANDEROS, - , Hairstylist 4. . 1 liWiSlipllSllS llilBipiiWi ' &WIW' lllllliiiW iS5::'::: - : i. :V: Ki?i W f 'ijKv. :S& - $ifSii fi Vis: f Biiiftstpiir liiijiii f ; MRS. OLIVIA STANFORD, owner of Olivia's House of Beauty, Commentator. of Virginia set up to stimulate throughout the state civic pride and responsibiliy. The meeting was part of a state - wide project to secure 150,000 new MRS. LUCILLE CROMER ROLLE', Age - Defender society CO - 0RDINAT0RS, Mrs. Bertina Ross and Miss Karen K arol, (left to right) glamorous fashion models, will direct voters by the end of 1955. Organ - editor, Commentator, km .. ... h.J. megaiaexiravangaza. . . AGE Gala Fashion Extravaganza To Showcase Top Designers, Stylists i The styles will be fabulous, the hairdoes, ingenious, as top models parade across the runway at Rockland palace on Thursday night, May 12, in the gala fashion extravaganza climaxing the Age Defender's "Best Dressed Women's contest." As insurance, top designers in their fields have been secured by Mrs. Bertina Ross, and Karen Karol, coordinators, i The gowns will be designed by Fred Sapp, Ann Harris, Stefan, Jules Bryant and Mrs. Fontaine House of Beauty Andra Maiiret, and Landeros will create the exciting hairdos highly individualized for the lovely models. Chapeaux by Milo Gough, among whose clientele are some of New York's top socialites, also will occupy a featured spot in one of the most brilliant fashion presentations ever seen in New York. Mrs. Oliva Stanford, owner of Olivia's House of Beauty and Mrs. Lucille Cromer Rolle', Age Defen der women's editor, will give a izations such as the Baptist Ministers conference, Methodist Ministers conference, National Council of Negro Women, Pan Hellenic Council, Frontier club, Elks, and Masons are sponsors. . ( ARTISTS' GUILD of Madeline's Beauty Salon 850 ST. NICHOLAS AYE. Announces Their SPRING SHOWINC of the Latest Hair Coiffures SUNDAY, MAY 15th, 1955 SMALLS PARADISE 135th St. fir 7th Ave. 4 to 9 p.m. Show at 6 p.m. promptly Furs by Flournory - - Fashions by Fern Fashions BRECK SHAMPOO and HAIRDRESSING Used Exclusively on Hair Styles LATEST STYLES Music By LUCKY MILLINDER'S ORCHESTRA Tickets on Sale N. Y . A ge - Defender Offices MANHATTAN: 15 St BROOKLYN: QUEENS: AT DOOR - $2.00 ORDER YOUR TICKETS NOW! 1748 Fulton St. HY. 3 - 1907 37 - 47 103rd St. DE. 5 - 6871

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