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Snow, sheep, farms – – we've seen them all [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Snow, sheep , farms - - we've seen them all First power pole, 1916 They were playing the piano (on the sidewalk, right), singing and raising the flag for the installation of Highland Park’s first power pole on May 30, 1916 at the corner of Piedmont and N. Figueroa. (Courtesy Dept, of Water) Watering the sheep, 1878 Johnston’s Lake was a favorite watering hole for sheep that grazed in Highland Park. Today, loke is still here with fashionable homes rimming the edge. View from Mf. Angelus looking west from Mt. Angelus (near Monte Vista and Ave. 61 ) 69 years ago shows Monte Vista St. Os a narrow dirt path which divides hills on right from cultivated farm lands on left. When this photograph was taken there were about 600 people living in Highland Park and ® lot at the corner of Ave. 56 and Monte Vista sold three years earlier for $6O. Twenty-four years earlier, when the Rancho San Rafael was split up, land went for $1 an acre; (Courtesy Security First Not’l Bonk) If was a C-O-L-D Winter...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Page 75 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years PROGRESS OF We Proud are To Participate realty A KEY 1941 1963 Geegrophitolly good location . . . favorable zoning lows and a genuine enthusiasm about the future of Highland Pork.' These were the major reasons that prompted LA, Key Realty to settle here os income and residential builders and developers. Headed op by Erik Pedersen and Erling Christiansen, the firm has enjoyed serving this area for a goodly number of years. In taking this opportunity of congratulating Highland Pork on its 75th birthiday celebration, the LA. Realty states . . . “We hope to continue to be effective and on integral port of this fine community in the years to tome!” This enterprising firm is located at . . . 4400 Eagle Rock Boulevard

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FOR HIGHLAND PARK Bright future predicted [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

FOR HIGHLAND PARK Bright future predicted Backed by a massive land use study, John Roberts, chief of the Los Angeles City Planning Department, advises local residents not to sell Highland Park short. Some of the erroneous impressions that Roberts’ report exploded: (1) “All the youngsters have left the area, nothing but older people and pensioners in the area.” It’s not true, says Roberts. There are slightly fewer children in the one to five-year age grouping than elsewhere in Los Angeles, 9.4% to 10,4%. But in the 6 to 11, 12 to 14, 15 to 17 age groups, there is a higher percentage of youngsters in Highland Park than in other parts of the city. (2) “Most of the people are pensioners in the area.” It’s not rue, says Roberts. Actually 5.3% more people 65 years and up live in the Highland Park areas than in Los Angeles of the local population. The planning department land use survey of Highland Park also produced some statistics on comparative economic conditions. For instance, there i...

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Remember the Plumbers? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Remember the Plumbers ? FIRST ROSABELI TEAM—What baseball fan in Highland Park could ever forget the famed Rosabel! Plumbers, one of if not the greatest semi-pro teams in the United States. Owned by Charley Pedrotti, the team was launched in 1936 and comprised entirely of former Franklin stars. During the first season the team won 51 games, lost only two. Here is that team: (from left, front) Harris Swanson, manager; Susie Humphries, Red Saxelby, Johnny Bishop, and Joe Pedrotti; (back row) Charley Pedrotti, Chick Wolford, Buck Swanson, Al Lingua, Johnny Probst, Montie Dußerry, and Jack Keayster. ROSABELL STARS, 1947—Some of top names in baseball circuit played in winter circuit with Charley Pedrotti's Rosabell Plumbers. Take a look at these names: (from left, front) Steve Mesner, Lou Stringer, Ed Malone, Bill Schuster, Ed Sauer, (back row, from left) Charley Pedrotti, owner; Max West, Hank Sauer, Stan White, Rex Cecil, Ed Stewart, Chris Flanagan, Mgr. Dutch Brandt, Trainer Johnny Mi...

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Page 76 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

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Meet the Rev. Mr. Highland Park' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Meet the Rev. Mr. Highland Park' By Nelda Thompson It was about two o’clock in the morning. The doorbell rang and Rev. Alden Lee Hill, struggling away from sleep went to the window straight into the flashlight of a police officer. Having been a very respectable minister in Highland Park for some 50 years, the sleepy minister felt no pains of guilt, and yet it’s an uneasy situation. “You Reverend Hill?” asked the officer. “That’s me,” he replied. Marrying Preacher “You the ‘marrying preacher?’ ” (the uniformed one grinned, using the colloqial that had caught on for this distinguished white haired man. “That’s what they call me,” Rev. Hill grinned back, admitting to the title which meant he had married literally thousands of couples . . . How many thousands? .., He’s lost track. “Got a couple out here who want to get married. Said they walked around all night trying to get up nerve enough to use their wedding license.” Actually two o’clock calls for tying the knot haven’t been too fre...

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Mormons started in 1923 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Mormons started in 1923 The first Sunday school branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) in Highland Park, was organized Oct. 23, 1921 under the direction of two young missionaries from Utah. At that time there was a membership of about 85 and the meetings were held in a hall on the corner of Ave. 64 and Garvanza Ave. The new numbers grew very quickly and a Ward was organized on June 10, 1923. Albin Hoglund was appointed the first Bishop over the Garvanza Ward. For a number of years meetings were held in the Ebell Club House on Ave. 57. On February 2, 1941 ground was broken for a chapel. It was completed Jan. 17, 1943 and dedicated by Apostle George Albert Smith. December 4, 1949 Garvanza Ward was divided and now two Wards use the same building. The other Ward is called Highland Park. There is a membership of over one thousand in the two Wards. The church members in Highland Park along with the thousands of other members here in Southern California helped ...

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Grace Presbyterian opened services in rustic chapel [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Grace Presbyterian opened services in rustic chapel Grace Presbyterian’s colorful history can be traced back to the time of the real estate boom in 1906 when some Bible loving members of Highland Park Presbyterian Church saw a need in New York Valley (as it was then called) for Christian outreach, and Mrs. H. H. Grotthouse was sent to organize a Sunday School. A rustic little chapel was built on two lots near Ave. 56 on a dusty street now known as York Blvd. This is the spot of the present parking lot of Safeway. After a series of tent meetings conducted by Dr. J. R. Pratt, the church was organized on June 24, 1912, and Grace Chapel became Grace Presbyterian Church. With Dr. Pratt presiding, 34 charter members were received into membership. On November of 1912 the Highland Park Presbyterian Church donated those lots to the newly organized church. The next year they were traded for lots at 5232 Meridian and the little chapel on York was moved to the rear of these lots and was used fo...

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Page 78 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

SALUTATIONS and BEST WISHES to HIGHLAND PARK Celebrating its Diamond Jubilee We have been a part of the Highland Park community for more than HALF of its 75-year history. We have SERVED and BEEN SERVED by your citizens and your industries. We, therefore proudly join you in commemorating this milestone of your growth and achievement. BAKING COMPANY

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Little Study Group that grew [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Little Study Group that grew In July 1961 a small group of Highland Park residents, previously joined together as a study group, with the idea of some day becoming a Church of Religious Science, petitioned the Church of Religious Science in Los Angeles, founded by Ernest Holmes, for official affiliation. Under the leadership of Rev. C. Jack Quigley, who had been sent to them from the Religious Science Headquarters in Los Angeles in April 1961, as a guest speaker (and is still serving as their minister) plans were made to increase the membership and fulfill other necessary requirements to enable them to apply for a Charter as a Fellowship Church of Religious Science. GOAL ACCOMPLISHED This goal was reached in October 1961, at which time the group was properly organized to function under the leadership of an executive committee, composed of five members. Under the Charter, the first executive committee is appointed by the minister, and this first Board rendered such faithful and dedic...

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Covenant Baptist began with 32 members in '5O [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Covenant Baptist began with 32 members in '5O In the early part of the year 1950 a group of members of the Highland Park Baptist Church felt the need of another Baptist Church in the rapidly growing community. Approximately 130 charter members organized and met for services in a clubhouse at the corner of 57th St. and Buchanan, and on Sept. 25, 1950, the Rev. Bart Jacobson, who had recently resigned as pastor of the Highland Park Baptist Church, was called to serve as pastor for the new church. The invitation was accepted and Rev. Jacobson delivered bis first sermon Oct. 1, 1950. The church was fast outgrowing its accommodations so plans were set in motion for a permanent home. Great sacrifices were made on the part of each member, and on March 12, 1952, the Board of Trustees was authorized to negotiate the purchase of the Highland Park Church of the Nazarene then located at 6051 Meridian Street Dedication This was accomplished and on Sept. 28, 1952 the church building was dedicated...

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From yesterday's church files [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

From yesterday's church files Holy Name Society added cfc members to its roster at a breakfast on Jan. 15, 1932. Speaking to the group was the Parish Priest the Rev. Father O’Donoghe. o-o-o-o T. E. B. Williams, founder of Haliness Church died at his home of a heart attack on Jan. 20, 1932. o-o-o-o The Bethlehem tableau, a special Christmas pageant, was presented at All Saints Episcopal on Dec. 18, 1932. T. H. Anderson was in charge of the event which featured a Little Boys’ Choir.

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Page 79 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. BENEffCJAII Tlif f g CONGRATULATES HIGHLAND PARK ON ITS 75th ANNIVERSARY AND “We hope that we will be instrumental in the continuing development of this fine Community.’’ over 15 years BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM LOANS in Highland Park “When you need money . . . call your BENEFICIAL MAN” BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. iBENEFICIAII HWAWCI [ LOANS f | OF HIGHLAND PARK CL 6-2168 DAN CIUCCI, Manager 6307 N. FIGUEROA ST. LITTEN'S PLUMBER SAYS: "CONGRATULATIONS TO HIGHLAND PARK ON ITS 75th ANNIVERSARY!" 'aQ&h, S. Lifan V PLUMBING 6095 YORK BLVD.,HIGHLAND PARK*CLS-5143

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Depression didn't stop if Lutheran Church of Good Shepherd keeps on growing [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Depression didn't stop if Lutheran Church of Good Shepherd keeps on growing Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd was organized on the evening of May 4, 1932 with a nucleus of 47 confirmed Lutherans. Officers selected were; Elders, Mr. L. S. Hunting and J. A. Jensen; Deacons, G. Knight and I. Kime; Trustees, P. Purcell, H. Oldenburg and W. Hartwick; Financial Secretary, W. J. Klein; Treasurer and Recording Secretary, Ray Tauchman; Pianist, Mrs. W. Hartwick. Mrs. Knight served as Sunday School superintendent for many years. NEW PASTOR A call was extended to student Dale Lechleitner of Capitol University, Columbus, Ohio to become the pastor of the newly formed congregation. Pastor and Mrs. Lechleitner arrived two months later. Pastor Lechleitner conducted his first service July 3, 1932 in the K. of P. Hall on North Avenue 64 and Ruby Street. He was installed the following Sunday by Pastor F. D. Mechling of Torrence, Secretary of the Mission Committee. After a few months the first of se...

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Page 80 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

Congratulations TO HIGHLAND PARK 75th Birthd ay let me congratulate the Highland Park Chamber of Commerce and the other organizations and individuals who have initiated the idea of bringing together the full, absorbing story of the development and growth of this outstanding community. It occurs to me that this is where the American dream begins in the communities of America where free individuals pool their interests, their aspirations and their dreams toward a better way of life. Glen Lipscomb CONGRESSMAN-24th District Congratulations r TO HIGHLAND PARK [ 75th Birthd ay I let me congratulate the Highland Park Chamber of Commerce and the other organizations and individuals who have initiated the idea of bringing together the full, absorbing story of the development and growth off this outstanding community. It occurs to me that this is where the American dream begins in the communities of America where Glen Lipscomb

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