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Page 47 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years PROGRESS OF We Proud are To Participate ARROYO FURNITURE CO 1939 1963 Fronk Lodes, owner of Arroyo Furniture, met Walter Dibben years ago. Mr. Dibben at that time had become one of the co-founders of Peoples Department Store. He encouraged Frank to open a furniture store in Highland Park. So 24 years ago, the Arroyo Furniture Co. was born at the present address 6039 North Figueroa. It has been a story of growth . . . even unto an annex . . . and an continual expansion of stock in fine furniture and famous name appliances. The Arroyo story is truly a “family” story with sons Frank Lodes Jr. and Lee Lodes now associated with the founder. (Frank's charming daughter drops in with on assist on the books from time to time.) Beside variety and reasonable prices, Mr. Lodes attributes the success of his store to handling his own credit accounts. The Lodes “family” is proud to salute Highland Pork on its 75th Birthday!
Page 48 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
aTj Ih A KOSABEUCO. Rosabell Plumbing Co. Salutes HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE UII \ 75 years : L!lllv OF PROGRESS —And Observing Their Own 58 Years of Service to Highland Park Charles Pedrotti PLUMBER—BASEBALL TEAM OWNER 1905 - 1963 '.r » $ i r '■ * ra FIRST OFFICE AT 5032 YORK BLVD. (PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 3, 1922) From left to right, Joe Pedrotti, Charles Pedrotti, and a friend, named Harry Stauffer “Fifty-eight years of active and productive business in and around Highland Park is an apt description of Rosabell Plumbing Company at 4448 York Boulevard, Charles H. Pedrotti is the original owner and present Advisor of this company. His children are its present directors. They are: Joseph L. Pedrotti, President; Richard E. Pedrotti, Ist Vic-President; Louis A. Pedrotti, 2nd Vice-President; and Gloria Pedrotti Cordano, Secretary-Treasurer, The story of the establishment of this business is another “Horatio Alger" type of success attributed to Charles H. Pedrotti. It came into being in 1...
Goings-on [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Goings-on A jolly marshmallow roast was held last Saturday by the Happy Thirteen, all school girl chums. Hot chocolate was served around the fireplace and the ladies chatted until almost midnight at which time they departed for their homes agreeing that this had been a delightful evening. o-o-o-o The Ladies Aid Society, disappointed that the quartette from Los Angeles did not show up, went ahead with plans for their chicken dinner anyway. It is reported to have been very tasty, p-o-o-o Little Miss Mamie Cunningham is reported improving after being laid up with the measles. o-o-o-o James De Camp, managing editor of this paper, spent a delightful weekend in San Diego, enjoying the sights at the exposition. ————————— ...VO* Miss Mary E. Stewart and Thomas Fellows were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, and event at which the whole town turned out to offer their felicitations. They were the first couple to be wedded in the community of Highland Park.
Louise Foster, Clarence Judson are joined in bonds oi holy matrimony [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Louise Foster, Clarence Judson are joined in bonds oi holy matrimony A very pretty wedding took place Friday evening July 10, 1914 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J, N. Burns of 369 N. Ave. 35 when their niece Miss Louise Foster became the bride of Clarence B. Judson. The large rooms were a bower of greenery, brightened with myriad blossoms and sweet peas and asters. The ceremony which was read by the Rev. Will Knighten, was performed under a canopy of asparagus ferns and sweet peas. A large bell of sweet peas, being over the couple. The bride, a beautiful blonde, wore a gown of white crepe drapeo with lace and silver and gold and carried a bouquet of pink sweet peas with maidenhair fern. Little Miss Mary Jane Symonds acted as flower girl and was a vision of daintiness in embroidered net and pink ribbons. The bride was given away by her grandfather John S. Symonds. After the ceremony a bridal supper was served. The wedding will be of interest to a large circle of friends as both young p...
So few know correct way to help lady remove coat [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
So few know correct way to help lady remove coat It is strange that not one person in a thousand who knows how to help a man or lady with his coat or a lady with her jacket. They all make the mistake of holding the gar- merit too high, especially the last sleeve. They lift it so high that a man nearly dislocates his arm reaching for it. The more futilely he grabs and claws and lurches for it, the higher they hold it until the wretched victim would have to get on a pair of stilts to find the armhole. The proper way? Why hold the coat so that the armholes are as low as a man’s waist, taking care to keep the skirt of the garment off the floor, of course. If there is any struggle to find the last armhole, drop it still lower. Never raise it. Drop it until his hand slips into it naturally.
Proper boots for our school girls [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Proper boots for our school girls For footwear the college girl will require heavy soled tramping boots of tan calf, two pairs of buttoned boots, one pair having contrasting material in dressy style; one pair of evening slipper and a pair of smart black pumps for wear on ordinary evenings with the dinner costume. It is better to provide buttoned boots than pumps for day wear with all costumes for the little freshman will be apt to dash out of doors in all sorts of weather, perfectly regardless of her foot covering.
Glee Club sings [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Glee Club sings A big mass meeting to "Keep California Dry’’ was staged at Highland Park Christian Church in July of 1913. The Hermon Glee Club entertained at the meeting. Garvanza Congregationalists welcomed their new pastor, Rev. Thomas at a community wide reception on July 28, 1915. A huge revival was under way at Hermon Free Methodist in June of 1913 where Dr. Tilroe and Dr. King officiated.
Ladies meet for a jolly party [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Ladies meet for a jolly party Mrs. Charles E. Anderson very informally entertained about a dozen of her lady friends at her home at 410 W. Ave. 56 last Sunday afternoon. The ladies busied themselves with sewing and conversation served by Mrs. Harrow. Pres- ent were Mesdames Andrew Braydon, Arthur Clapp, John Johnson, L. E. Darrow and the Misses Jessie and Emily Anderson, Margaret Clapp, Claudia Price, Adelaide Haight, Luella and Boyd Rice and Frances McComb.
Page 49 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
I y T* &amp; SC Uii uu Jk m ■Jk w«M SJJ3W* 14,16. 16 Skirt StM* H. IC, iZ Vcara. How About This? All 25c Ratines 15c a Yard *'■■■■ AND HOW ABOUT THIS? ATT CALICOES GO at 4% CENTS THIS SALE IS NOW ON AND WILL CONTINUE ALL NEXT WEEK i* im —l*&lt; w* Slum THE WHITE HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE $719 PASADENA AVE. SEXTONE DRESS FORM AND MAKE DRESSMAKING A PLEASURE They arc modeled upon your person and are an exact reproduction of every line and curve of your figure. 4306 Homer St., Near Ave. 43 East 2827 Briggs Toilet Parlors Garv. 878 Home 38187 5812 Pasadena Ave. LADIES! Do Not Wear an Old Faded Switch! Just look over an audience and see the dreadful, faded, old hair some ladies will wear on their own heads. Oh! Ladles? If you could only see your head as others see it. Old Switches can be made over to look like new. We %re only too glad to explain to you just how this can be done. Do not hesitate about corning in. We welcome you.
Page 50 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
' Salutes HIGHLAND PARK On Its 75th BIRTHDAY! HIGHLAND PARK'S Chamber of Commerce 1940-1963 |75 years | OF PROGRESS HIGHLAND PARK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 23 YEARS OF PROGRESS 1940-1963 Charter Membership 42 Official Roster 1963 * 183 MEMBERS WILLIAM C. VILETA PRESIDENT 1940 VERN WEAVER PRESIDENT 1963 Highland Park Chamber of Commerce FIRST OFFICIAL ROSTER 1940 William C. Vileta President George Staff First Vice President Leo Hepp Second Vice President A. J. White Treasurer Members of Board of Directors Harry M. Chapman John C. Holland William C. Schaper Carl Eyerick Tom Denyer C. G. Tilton Georgs Robb Highland Park Chamber of Commerce OFFICIAL ROSTER 1963 Vern Weaver President Henry Rodenbeck First Vice President Frank Lodes Second Vice President Dr. Maude Rousey Secretary Ed Files Treasurer Henry Weber Exec. Manager Members of the Board of Directors Jack Campbell Immediate Past President Bill Vileta Alice Daly Tom Denyer Jess Ivers Keith Vileta Earl Vail John Ivers Mark Platt Ray Bock ...
Old Timer Looks Back HP resident recalls Good Old Days [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Old Timer Looks Back HP resident recalls Good Old Days By Martin Carman My first recollection of Highland Park dates back to around the year 1915 when our family moved here from another section of Los Angeles to take up our residence on Mesa Avenue. It was while living here that I first attended Garvanza School beginning in the first grade. How well I still remember the old school with its English style, steep-pitched roof, supported by outer walls of white stucco, contrasted with wide, wooden strips trimmed in brown. Each morning before entering the main building via the steps on Ave. 62, the principal, the late Sidney V. Good would assemble us at the foot of the steps for our daily "pep talk” before having the salute to the Flag. And I confess that to this day, from each of those five-minute talks during the entire eight years, only one single piece of advice has stuck with me "Do each day’s work each day.” WARTIME SONGS How well, too, I recollect the patriotic songs we learned so...
Was there really a haunted house? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Was there really a haunted house? By E. CRUMPACKEB In the early 30’s, when we were children, speculation ran high as to whether or not the “Old Jeffries House’’ at the corner of Cypress and North Figueroa was really haunted. Everyone knew the prize fighter, Jim Jeffries, used to live there, but that was long before our time. We only knew the house as a symbol of mystery. On our way to the Arroyo Theatre on North Figueroa, we three never missed wondering aloud about the spectral tenant of the "Old Jeffries House.” Returning from a Saturday matinee, we decided to “investigate” the big, grey house and know for sure whether the stories surrounding its lonely life on top of the hill were true. Access to the house was by climbing about 100 wide, cement steps from Cypress Avenue. Bravely we started up. Twenty steps later, my younger sister lost courage and decided the better part of valor consisted in sitting out the experience right there. Onward and upward our friend and I proceeded ghos...
Page 51 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK w DIAMOND JUBILEE "75 years,|i OFPROGRESSI We are Proud To Partkhate DAILY UNCLAIMED FREIGHT % 1942-1963 fit DAILY UNCLAIMED FREIGHT has been an integral part of the Highland Park commercial growth. Back in 1942, some 21 years ago this firm selected Highland Park for its “growth potential”. In recent years Daily Unclaimed Freight has expanded to the extent of taking over the building formerly occupied by Western Auto . . . 5540 North Figueroa. Featuring all types of Furniture . . new and used . . at wholesale and “unclaimed” prices. Unclaimed Freight has shown a remarkable increase in sales volume. 5540 NORTH FIGUEROA
WHERE EVER YOU LOOK, SOLD BY COOK!" Cook Realty Dedicated to Progress of Highland Park [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
WHERE EVER YOU LOOK, SOLD BY COOK!" Cook Realty Dedicated to Progress of Highland Park “If one had to reduce success in the real estate business to one essential quality, I would say it is dedication to the community in which the real estate man operates.” So stated Ernie Harnsberger, president, owner and guiding genius of the Cook Realty Company, 6330 N. Figueroa in considering his firm’s part in the growth and development of Highland Park. “Real Estate organizations cannot work in a vacuum. Their success must be measured in the framework of the community in which they do business,” he said. On this count, Cook Realty has been highly successful, for Cook Realty, and its staff of six real estate specialists has had a. major part in “selling” Highland Park to thousands of clients who have come to them for guidance in the purchase of homes, and apartments and businesses. In addition to this business activity, Harnesberger himself, as lecturer on real estate and sales techniques, has s...