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HIGHLAND PARK'S [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

HIGHLAND PARK'S The Highland Park News-Herald & Journal presents a Pictorial and Feature Panorama of the Historical Development of Highland Park on the occasion of its 75th Anniversary including sketches of the individuals and firms whose faith and plans have mad© its forward progress possible* SOUVENIR EDITION

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

- VERN WEAVER a report from the President of the HIGHLAND PARK CHAMBER of COMMERCE The Highland Pork Chamber of Commerce is proud to have played a part in the exciting 75 year history of Highland Pork which this special commemorative magazine unfolds. In initiating the Diamond Jubilee celebration, your Chamber of Commerce felt that it was an especially appropriate time to pause and look backward over the full years. We need to do this. We need to put the present in the perspective of the past so that we can profect a future which will be channeled in the traditions and pleasant ways of life that have characterized Highland Park throughout its 75 years. need h> do this also, for the city planners and investment experts fell os that Highland Park is on the verge of a new era of explosive growth. Already the signs are visible everywhere. The chain reaction apartment building boom, and this means multiplying population. The new, modern shopping center developments, which are ...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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FROM_ RANCHO DAYS TO SPACE AGE Highland Park born' in 1880 s [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

FROM RANCHO DAYS TO SPACE AGE Highland Park born in 1880's Although the curtain was officially raised on Highland Park as a residential suburb of Los Angeles during the 1880’s, the background story began in those drowsy, placid years when Indians peered timidly from their villages in the valley and watched the lordly Spaniards grazing cattle on the hillsides and taking siestas in the vast and princely Rancho San Rafael owned by the Verdugo family. It was one of nature’s most favored spots, an idyllic region of lovely rolling hills abundantly clothed with wild flowers and teeming with natural springs and artesian wells. It was inevitable that men seeking the bounties of life came early into the lush arms of the Highlands. But it was in 1870 that two pioneer Southern California investors, Andrew Glassell and A. C. Chapman, purchased what is now Highland Park from the Verdugo interests for one dollar per acre; and promptly leased the land for further sheep raising; and it was in the ye...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

DRUGS OLDEST AND MOST RESPECTED DRUG STORE IN TSK HIGHLAND PARK rfSr Ns\ tv . A Million Prescriptions! Since 1903 to the present, sixty years later, over a million prescriptions have passed through the sure hands of HP Drugs' pharmacists. Wonder drugs have replaced the old time remedies but the integrity that guided the original “apothecarists” remains constant! MM. CELEBRATING 60 Years OF SERVICE TO HIGHLAND PARK 1 9 0 3 TO 1 9 6 3 Five years after Al Neiss had brought his blacksmith shop to Highland Park, Mr. Prettyman established the Highland Park Drug store . . . We get nostalgic thinking about it—the rich, solid mahogany cabinets, highlighted by the white tiled floor, and the heady aroma of sassafras tea blending with the tantalizing smells of rock candy and ginger beer. HP Drugs, Now Presents the Modern World of Science and Beauty! Things have changed as the times have changed and science has advanced into the age of the miracle drugs, vitamins and tranquilizer pills. Highland...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

grogs OLDEST AND MOST RESPECTED DRUG STORE IN ne* HIGHLAND PARK X m r v X c A Million Prescriptions! Since 1903 to the present, sixty years later, over a million prescriptions have passed through the sure hands of HP Drugs' pharmacists. Wonder drugs have replaced the old time remedies but the integrity that guided the original “apothecarists” remains constant! CELEBRATING Years OF SERVICE TO HIGHLAND PARK 1 9 0 3 Five years after Al Neiss had brought his blacksmith shop to Highland Park, Mr. Prettyman established the Highland Park Drug store . . . We get nostalgic thinking about it—the rich, solid mahogany cabinets, highlighted by the white tiled floor, and the heady aroma of sassafras tea blending with the tantalizing smells of rock candy and ginger beer. TO 1 9 6 3 HP Drugs, Now Presents the Modern World of Science and Beauty! Things have changed as the times have changed and science has advanced into the age of the miracle drugs, vitamins and tranquilizer pills. Highland Park has...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

‘lilefa Stony m ■ « i r> r? ;- . • . FRANK JOHN VI LET A, the man on the left replete with vest, bow tie and tailor’s tape, had this picture taken way back in 1910. Names of the gentlemen on his staff are not available; however by their impeccable attire it is plain to see they too were dedicated to the apparel world. Interesting note: the smart vests with gold chain, which no doubt boasted a twenty dollar gold piece! Frank John Vilelo heeded Horace Greeley’s sage advice and arrived on the Western scene in 1919, opening the original Vilelo Men’s Store the following year of a Highland Pork location now occupied by the Kress store. Next door to Vileta was on electric shop headed by a man, who later become well known in these ports . . John C. Holland. In the ensuing years Frank John Vileta was joined by his son, William in the men’s store that hod enjoyed a constant growth and reputation. William ("Bill”) Vileta took over in 1923 and "like father like son" wos joined by his...

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FROM FRUIT STAND TO SUPER MARKET... IN ONE GENERATION – THE STORY OF THE BOYS! BOYS MARKET STORY IS HORATIO ALGER SAGA [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

FROM FRUIT STAND TO SUPER MARKET... IN ONE GENERATION - THE STORY OF THE BOYS! BOYS MARKET STORY IS HORATIO ALGER SAGA The original Boys Market, No. 1, pictured at the left, first saw the light of day back in 1925 and was truly a small neighborhood store. A real ‘‘Success Story” is the saga of The Boys Market. More than anything else, it is the story of one man, Joe Goldstein, who is President of The Boys Market, Inc., and the story of his devotion to his family, as well as his business. When Joe was only 14 years old, his father passed away and he was left head of a family of four brothers and two sisters. This was quite a responsibility for a youngster of his age, but in true American fashion, he worked at whatever jobs he could get; selling newspapers, shining shoes, running errands, doing whatever he could to earn money to keep his family together and see that his brothers and sisters obtained the education he was compelled to forego. Joe received his schooling, too. It came fro...

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BIG MARKETS FROM LITTLE MARKETS GROW--: – [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

BIG MARKETS FROM LITTLE MARKETS GROW--: - By 1931, it became increasingly evident that The Boys were ‘getting too big for their britches’, and the big expansion started. Believing that the Highland Park area was one of the most progressive in town, they looked around for a likely location and in that year, opened the original Boys Market No. 2, shown above, at the corner of Avenue 55 and Monte Vista. Joe’s brothers, barely out of school, established a policy of friendliness, quality and low prices that had started the first Boys Market and that has carried on in the present chain of 23 stores. While The Boys changed the size of their operation through the years, they have not changed their methods. They are still as interested in their customers’ shopping problems and as anxious to do everything possible to make their trip to The Boys a pleasant one. Many residents of Highland Park will remember this original store. Their slogan was "The Store That Never Closed.” This will bring a c...

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BOYS HAVE BIG PLANS FOR 1964 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

BOYS HAVE BIG PLANS FOR 1964 It has been a big jump from the little comer store on Avenue 55 to the new market planned for early 1964 opening, artist’s drawing pictured below. Still with the thought in mind of providing for their customers the best possible market that can be had, plus convenient parking, etc., The Boys once again will progress with Highland Park. There will be little to recognize from the first store to the new one planned for 1964. The market will be completely remodeled, modernized and many new conveniences added. A pharmacy department will be added to supply the customers with a really one-stop shopping place, as well as additional parking, and a donut shop with fresh-baked delicious donuts. The two-story house on the south-west of the market will be tom down to make room for additional parking. The entire store will be completely remodeled to make room for larger non-foods and frozen foods departments, as well as a new air-conditioning system for the comfort of...

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HIGHLAND PARK EBELL CLUB Loyalty, service keynote activities [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

HIGHLAND PARK EBELL CLUB Loyalty, service keynote activities By Mrs. I- Maude Symonds While Highland Park was still in its infancy, depending upon the Pacific Electric car on Pasadena Ave. and horsedrawn vehicles for transportation, the need of a woman’s club began to be evident. In December, 1903, a group of ladies of Highland Park, numbering about 50, were invited to the home of Mrs, Howard L. Lunt, 111 S. Ave. 53, where the organization of a woman’s club was discussed. Mrs. Emma Greenleaf, lecturer and clubwoman of Long Beach, came at the request of Mrs. Lunt and gave what she called a “sample day,” speaking on current events and giving some magazine reviews. At the conclusion of the program it was decided to organize a club which would meet once a fortnight on Tuesday at 10 a.m. This was soon changed to every Tuesday. FIRST OFFICERS On March 8, 1904, the following officers were elected for the remainder of the year and the following year; president, Mrs- R. H, Tripp; first vice ...

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Mail bags tossed onto moving train [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Mail bags tossed onto moving train “As the train slowed down at the little Highland Park station, we rushed out of the grocery store and threw the mail bags into the car. The engine slid along the track —it never came to a complete stop •—slowly gathered speed and continued on to Los Angeles and we went back to the store to wait on customers who came to buy shoes, crockery or groceries.’’ So stated Mrs. Louise Stoeksdale in the Sept. 6, 1929 issue of the News-Herald, as she described how mail was started on its way from the first Highland Park Post Office in 1890. A combined general store and post office housed all the business and was the only store in the entire district. J. P, Stocksdale, the first postmaster, instituted the service to attract customers to his grocery store. He canceled letters and weighed packages for postage when no one was waiting at his counters; and when a customer arrived he deserted his duties as a postmaster to become a grocer. Sightseeing trips were not ...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE [ OF-”nOGHESS| VJs are Proud To Participate KNUDSON AUTO SUPPLIES 1939-1963 Walter Knudson, the man from Minnesota, opened his first tire outlet at 4685 York Boulevard, some 24 years ago. With an ever expanding operation, Knudson in 1947 moved to 4701 York and finally in 1957 opened at his present location at 5800 North Figueroa. Known as “the place with the big tire on the corner,” Knudson has enjoyed a continued growth in tire sales and service since taking over a key comer location in Highland Park. Walter Knudson’s firm policy of handling only the best brands of tires, plus “backing up” his sales . . . have been the factors that have built the Knudson reputation. Knudson's convenient drive-in location, with parking in the rear for customers, has also contributed to the growth of the firm. Walter Knudson adds his name to the roster of leading merchants who now salute Highland Park on its 75th Birthday! HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 YEARsfiiMi^ OF ...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Congratulations to the people of Highland Park! We’re pleased and proud to be part of the Highland Park story...and to have had a role in it. Even more important, we’re looking forward to the challenge of the coming years! so much is possible with Security Bank as your financial partner SECURITY FIRST NATIONAL BANK MEMBER FEOERAU DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION HIGHLAND PARK BRANCH/5601N. Figueroa/Raymond A. Bock, Manager

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