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Betty Lodewick models a bright red silk dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Betty Lodewick models a bright red silk dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
Caption
A WHIRL OF RED SILK: Mrs. L. S. Lodewick of Fifth St. shows a bright red silk dress by Mr. Mort which is designed with a rounded neckline and a flared pelon-lined skirt. Accenting the trim dress are Puritan-style white linen cuffs. Her white sraw hat is trimmed with red roses. Clothes modeled in the show will be from Jacobson's Ladies Apparel and will include sportswear, suits and coats, better dresses and evening wear.

Betty Lodewick models a brief jacket atop a sheath dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Betty Lodewick models a brief jacket atop a sheath dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
Caption
CAPES AND BRIEF JACKETS: ...Another new look on the fashion scene is the very, very brief jacket topping a sheath dress. Here Mrs. Lodewick wears an ensemble of white and beige tweed. The jacket has a "blouson" back and is cut Empire style in front. A Dutch boy look is created in the sheath by full darts at the hips. Completing her ensemble, she wears a perky beige straw hat with an upturned brim.

Sandra Norrian models an easy-to-wear ensemble in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Sandra Norrian models an easy-to-wear ensemble in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
Caption
DRESSED FOR SPRING: Members of the Michigan Dames will model in an annual style show at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Ballroom of the Michigan Union. Here Mrs. Sanford Norian of Northwood Apts. (left) wears an ensemble of beige and cocoa cotton, typical of the easy-to-wear fashions of the season. Mrs. Thomas Rose of Henry St. (center) shows just how dressy cotton can be. Her gown is of beige, black and white cotton printed with large roses. Mrs. Norian is shown again in a navy and chalk striped silk shirtwaist dress with a bloused bodice and slim, but comfortable skirt.

Harriet M. Rose models a cape and jacket in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Harriet M. Rose models a cape and jacket in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
Caption
CAPES AND BRIEF JACKETS REIGN: A full-length cape in a new shade of grey, called French pewter, is modeled by Mrs. Rose. It features rows of decorative buttons and can be worn belted or full. With it she wears a satin-trimmed lemon yellow high straw hat.

Harriet M. Rose models a cotton printed dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Harriet M. Rose models a cotton printed dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
Caption
DRESSED FOR SPRING: Members of the Michigan Dames will model in an annual style show at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Ballroom of the Michigan Union. Here Mrs. Sanford Norian of Northwood Apts. (left) wears an ensemble of beige and cocoa cotton, typical of the easy-to-wear fashions of the season. Mrs. Thomas Rose of Henry St. (center) shows just how dressy cotton can be. Her gown is of beige, black and white cotton printed with large roses. Mrs. Norian is shown again in a navy and chalk striped silk shirtwaist dress with a bloused bodice and slim, but comfortable skirt.

Jane G. Newton models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959

Jane G. Newton models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1959
Caption
MILLINERY SHOW TOMORROW: Included in the Barton Hills County Club hat show, "Autumn Finale" set for 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the club, will be the above chapeaux. Mrs. Charles Newton (left) wears a green velvet creation trimmed with feathers while Mrs. Richard Graham (center) wears a feathered cocktail hat in a shocking pink. Mrs. Douglas Gregory chose a green derby with a feathered crown. Other hats from Jacobson's French collection will be seen in softly tailored and dressy Lanvin, Bahman and Svend designs. Also modeled by the above women will be a collection of holiday hats, many with fur trim. Mrs. Vincent VandeMotter, general chairman, announced that reservations for the bridge luncheon will be received today at the club. She is being assisted on arrangements by Mrs. Edmund Botch and Mrs. Normal Ellis. Commentator for the millinery show will be John Walsch.

Lucy K. Gregory models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959

Lucy K. Gregory models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1959
Caption
MILLINERY SHOW TOMORROW: Included in the Barton Hills County Club hat show, "Autumn Finale" set for 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the club, will be the above chapeaux. Mrs. Charles Newton (left) wears a green velvet creation trimmed with feathers while Mrs. Richard Graham (center) wears a feathered cocktail hat in a shocking pink. Mrs. Douglas Gregory chose a green derby with a feathered crown. Other hats from Jacobson's French collection will be seen in softly tailored and dressy Lanvin, Bahman and Svend designs. Also modeled by the above women will be a collection of holiday hats, many with fur trim. Mrs. Vincent VandeMotter, general chairman, announced that reservations for the bridge luncheon will be received today at the club. She is being assisted on arrangements by Mrs. Edmund Botch and Mrs. Normal Ellis. Commentator for the millinery show will be John Walsch.

Mrs. Richard Graham models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959

Mrs. Richard Graham models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1959
Caption
MILLINERY SHOW TOMORROW: Included in the Barton Hills County Club hat show, "Autumn Finale" set for 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the club, will be the above chapeaux. Mrs. Charles Newton (left) wears a green velvet creation trimmed with feathers while Mrs. Richard Graham (center) wears a feathered cocktail hat in a shocking pink. Mrs. Douglas Gregory chose a green derby with a feathered crown. Other hats from Jacobson's French collection will be seen in softly tailored and dressy Lanvin, Bahman and Svend designs. Also modeled by the above women will be a collection of holiday hats, many with fur trim. Mrs. Vincent VandeMotter, general chairman, announced that reservations for the bridge luncheon will be received today at the club. She is being assisted on arrangements by Mrs. Edmund Botch and Mrs. Normal Ellis. Commentator for the millinery show will be John Walsch.