FANCY DRESS - c1950

"Dale White"

By Laurie Stonehouse

The following picture is of local Newhaven residents, but unfortunately we have no information about this photograph, on the reverse of the image is "Dale White" ? Can anyone help with the names and the event?

Photo:Fancy Dress - "Dale White"

Fancy Dress - "Dale White"

M Morris

This page was added by Laurie Stonehouse on 16/03/2012.
Comments about this page

On the assumption that the portly figure, second from left with the uke, is Dale White I can add the following.   Dale White in my time, i.e. prior to 1954 when I moved to Manchester, was a barber with premises in Chapel Street not far from the Jolly Sailor pub. To my knowledge he was a bachelor.  He was well known for his fancy dress and often paraded as an Indian Maharajah during the bonfire carnival.  And he certainly looked the part, no one could touch him when it came to judging the costumes and make up.  His main hair style, to my cost, was short back and sides, very short back and sides, and to this day I insist on keeping my hair touching my collar.  I did once sneak up to Reid's barbers by the post office but the fact that my school cap had hair showing below it gave the game away.

 

By Albert 'John' Hallett
On 24/11/2015

His name was Del White. I believe  it was short for Delemar.

By Bryan Greenfield
On 03/12/2017

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