Books [Mildred Lawson]
“I give all types of waves, manicures, facials, hot oil treatments, and shampoos, and I also dye hair, eyebrows, and lashes. No I have never had any trouble about baking the hair too much, for all my machines are equipped with automatic shut-offs. There's no guess work about permanent waving in my shop.
“I went in business for myself in 1923, and 6 years ago I opened my own shop in Athens. I came here because as a Georgia woman I wanted my son to complete his education at the University of Georgia. To come here, I left a mill town in another state. There wasn't sufficient business there for me to clear enough money to sent my boy to college. Now, I've given up my shop for the present, to teach girls to become beauticians.
“My students pay me $60 for a 6 months course, or a thousand hours. When I have enrolled four more students I intend to raise my price to $90 for