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Page 84 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years PROGRESS OF We Proud are Participate JERRY'S To PAT 1961 963 You will note that the team of Pat and Jerry are only “2 years old” . . . speaking historically of the period they have been operating the friendly restaurant at 6101 North Figueroa. The husband and wife team, however have been catering to the good taste habits of more and more of the local citizens. In other words, if you’re not already a customer . . . you should be because your missing out on some mighty good home cooking. Pat & Jerry’s . . . ever so easy to find . . . merely drive down or up York Boulevard . . . and at the ‘‘curve’’ near the police station you’ll find this fine cafe. Find it . . . and enjoy good food in a friendly atmosphere. 6101 YORK BOULEVARD

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Page 85 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

14 YEARS OF PROGRESS The Angelus Chevrolet come in to being back in 1949 when Jack Groth and Ray Wilson took over the agency and renamed it, Angelus. In the ensuing years Angelus continued to grow . . . keeping pace with an explosive suburbia. Courtesy, good service and fair treatment has been the foundation of the success of Angelus for over a decade. Thank You . . . - - - AND STILL GROWING! Vern Weaver and Perry Knauss purchased the Angelus Chevrolet agency a comparatively few years ago , . . but in this short period of time, this team backed up by a loyal “family” has seen their dreams come to fruition on September 26, 1963 when the modern, expanded Angelus hod its Grand Opening at the “New” location, 5100 North Figueroa! For your enthusiastic reception of (“an old name at a new location”) ANGELUS CHEVROLET. Just in cose you weren’t able to attend our Grand Opening . . . we want you to feel that every day is virtually open house at Angelus Chevrolet. ANGELUS CHEVROLET Mow at Gjr ...

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A LOOK AT HIGHLAND PARK'S FUTURE Wheel of fortune comes full circle [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

A LOOK AT HIGHLAND PARK'S FUTURE Wheel of fortune comes full circle By GORDON HENDRY As is true in other phases of life, the 75-year-old development of Highland Park as depicted in this commemorative magazine, has been a preparation for the future. The developing process has just been slow in terms of the explosive growth of the rest of Southern California, which has been the wonder and dismay of the planning experts. While the identities of old communities in other sections have been washed away on a tide of new population and new business centers, Highland Park has held its traditional character. While old shopping districts in other areas have been decimated by the counter attraction of new peripheral centers, Highland Park’s business center, thanks to progressive merchants, has remained the vital hub of the community. COMMUNITY BY-PASSED On the residential side, Highland Park was by-passed by the turbulent population influx that affected other sections of Southern California dur...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Page 87 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

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Page 88 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963

*7V> ) X ¥ . r S3 V _ IS FOR INDIVIDUALITY... lis for Integrity ... Imagination... Individuals! For seventy- five years, a great many Individuals have contributed to the steady growth and progress of Highland Park—lndividuals working together with Integrity and Imaginative ideas. I is for Ivers ... as the largest Independent retailer serving this area, Ivers is proud to be Identified with Highland Park and an Integral part of the community activities that have marked the progress of one of the oldest areas of Los Angeles. Fifty years ago we started with an idea . . . Individuality! $ U Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Ivers founded Ivers in 1913

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS November •

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of the Communities of Northeast Los Angeles [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

of the Communities of Northeast Los Angeles A 48page Pictorial and Feature Review..., of the Womens Organizations of the Communities of Northeast Los Angeles, what their activities mean to the social and cultural structure of Our Communities; with the spotlight on those women leaders who have contributed to the development of our special way of life MRS. KENNETH PETERSON Homemaker 1964

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Mrs, Homemaker of 1964 We salute....Clara Peterson! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Mrs, Homemaker of 1964 We salute....Clara Peterson! nee upon a time there was a pretty little girl who lived in a big two story house in San Antonio, Texas. Full of sugar and spice as all little girls are supposed to be, little Clara Koscielski was the apple of her daddy’s eye, and holding hands, the two of them went for long walks through the cornfield in the early morning under those extra-big, extra-blue Texas skies. o—o—o “She’s the sweetest daughter anybody ever had, but maybe I’m prejudiced . . said her mother, Mrs. F. M. Koscielski Clara, now grown up and the mother of nine, finds that a lot of people agree with her Mom . . . especially the five judges in Northeast Los Angeles who just this week decided that Clara (now Mrs. Kenneth Peterson) was the best “Homemaker” in this town. She may be the best one in the United States, too, but nobody will know about that until after she competes for the national title in Chicago next week. o—o—o Clara’s nine happy, healthy children ado...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

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Grandmas are part of PTA [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Grandmas are part of PTA Grandma doesn’t sit in her rocker and knit any more. Good heavens no! She’s off to PTA, manning festival booths, serving hot dogs, kicking up her heels at the Founders’ Day program ... or just about anything. At Rockdale Elementary, for instance, there are no less than eight grandmas very active in affairs. There’s Mrs. James Bettini, ways and means and hospitality committee; Mrs. Joseph Cooper, who was treasurer, auditor and holds many chairmanships; Mrs. Margaret Peltier and Mrs. Emma Starks, always offering their services. There’s Mrs. Donald Stephenson, a past president, who’s starting in on the second generation this year, serving as a room representative. Mrs. Charles Wells, who now has her Grandma degree, has been vice president, parliamentarian, chairman of health and program. She also serves with the Highland Council and is a member of the Mothersingers. Mrs. D. E. Chenault has had charge of flowers, press and inspiration and is always on the go, ta...

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Love of Bach set stage for club [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Love of Bach set stage for club Early in 1919 Mrs. Aida Ludlow noted a newspaper announcement of Bach programs which her pupils were attending and became very interested. She felt that in teaching Bach one must have a knowledge of music. She phoned Mrs. Constance Braasch of Eagle Rock and agreed to meet her at the Carnegie Library (now the City Library). It was a cold and rainy day, but against that drab background the two ladies laid the plans for a very colorful music club in the community of Eagle Rock, where much musical interest had been noted. Dedicated to the pontinuance of the study of music, the Thursday Morning Club was formed, boasting just five members at the start. The club's motto was established as “Harmony” and the colors, green and gold. The object of the club is to promote the love and knowledge of music in all its phases, thereby developing within us a larger capacity for work along these lines and to promote musical interest in Eagle Rock. The club meets twice a ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

LOWER PRICES BETTER VALUES BIG SAVINGS STARTS at 10 P.M. 5621 N. FIGUEROA * d >v'de •d»a'W \rv cor \s\e\N are Xova /HX o* ,ng oper"’ id brO°' ,d 9^°' ouf \o\ See SHOP The to ,o'so^ SCW idovjs qOL^ \a^eH o* >ch s\o' ne^ VdoV yoUf Shop \o9 5 ' FREE! 3-ifts with purchase to first 100 Ladies SUITS Excellent for fall and Holiday Wear Values now to $16.98 *lO BLOUSES Long Sleeve Print & Solid Colors Values to $6.98 99 98 TERRY ROBES Just Arrived Beautiful Lace PANTIES Beautiful Gold, Blue and Pink Prints At Low 98 NOW 98 00 USE BANKAMERICARD AND OUR LAYAWAY PLAN OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. maiLwn CL 7-2582 An . U fasK'°° s ° , r-M G^'° 9 ■ '\daV G ' Y SWEATERS DRESSES-JUMPERS $ 5 i $ 8 J ' 101 Italian Mohair Hand Knits Values to $17.98 98 Hand cmbroidened Acrylic in Whit* and Holiday Colors 4-5 98 SKIRTS Pleated - A - Straight New fall Styles and Colors Many More SPECIALS WILL BE FEATURED IN OUR STORE DURING OUR GRAND OPENING SALE! CAPRIS Cotton Twill

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Philanthropy First' say Juniors [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Philanthropy First' say Juniors The Junior Women of the 20th Century Club of Eagle Rock are young women between the ages of 18 and 35 who are of service to the community and who believe in promoting cultural and philanthropical activities. The motto of the club is purpose and achievement, this has been true since 1933 when the Junior Club was organized. The Junior Women have been affiliated with the California Federation of Women’s Clubs and the Verdugo-Metro-politan District since 1934 and with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs since 1943. Mrs. Bryant Noakes, president, has set as her theme for the year, “Keys of Opportunity,” and through service to youth the Junior Women fulfill this theme. Last March, Mrs. Noakes was head of the Women’s Telephone Committee for the new northeast YMCA. Junior Club Women and board members were on the committee and attended most of the fund raising dinners along with Jean. The regular club year runs from September through June, but the Eagle Ro...

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ER Business and Professional Women Working Gal's best friend [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

ER Business and Professional Women Working Gal's best friend The Business and Professional Women met in St. Louis in 1919 to form a Federation. In 1923 the Eagle Rock Club was formed. It was one of the first in California. Dr. Mary Le Clere, now retired osteopath physician who etill resides on Rockland Ave. in Eagle Rock, was one of the founders. Mrs. May Snow, who now resides in Santa Cruz, was its first president. The Eagle Rock Business and Professional Women is a club in the Sunset District, which is made up of 27 separate clubs. The Eagle Rock C ab meets on the first Monday of every month for its business meeting and the third Thursday for the dinner and program meeting. Business meetings are held in members’ homes and the dinner meetings are at wellknown restaurants. The Federation objectives are: I. To elevate the standards for women In business and in the professions. t. To promote the interest of business and professional women. 9. To bring about a spirit of cooperation amo...

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Eleanor was the first [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Eleanor was the first Northeast Los Angeles’ first entry into the Homemaker USA contest in 1962 was Eleanor Degenkolb, an ardent community worker who feels that “her home comes first.” Always on the go, always ready to lend a helping hand wherever is is needed, Mrs. Degenkolb enlarged her family circle of three children to make room for her two orphaned nieces. And what a happy home it is where there is always a family project under way; something cooking in the oven . . . even if Mom is usually on the phone making plans for PTA, YMCA, March of Dimes, Red Cross or a civic betterment commpo+innf Mr. Degenkolb, a former Los Angeles fireman, is mighty proud of Eleanor and she’s proud of him, making for a harmonious union. The youngsters have never been hampered with overformality in the home and theirs is a family circle where everyone’s rights are important. She represented our area in 1962, taking the trip to Chicago where she participated in panel discussions with homemakers from al...

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