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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
BAKER'S Feature: NEW MATERNITY DEPT. Capris, Weskits, Shifts, Suits, Blouses, Dresses, 2-Piece Suits, Bras, Girdles, Half Slips, Loungewear, etc. HOLIDAY DRESS UP GOODIES FLANNEL GOWNS AND PAJAMAS Sizes 32 to 46. Best Quality . . $398 DRESSES From $29.00 $3OO ea. Special Rock from our own stock. Sizes 5 to 22 % . . . While they last. CAR COATS SOME WITH HOODS Fleece lining, water repellent. All sizes. Black, Olive, Beige. HALF SLIPS $l9B 100% Nylon. S-M-l Average. S-M-L Petite. Black and white. No limit. Lingerie and Foundation Dept. Famous brands Bras, Girdles, Panties Garlerbell Elaine, Gossord. Cheer's Playtex, Sarong, Renee Holly Bra, Magic Form Charmfit, Olga Lillyetfe, Maidenform Contcssa Nemo, Exquisite Form Magic Lady Fortune Flexnit, Silfskin Beverly Vogue ! nnnr Accessories Jewelry, Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets, Hand Bags, Patent Leather, Calf, Needlepoint Gold, Silver, Beaded, all colors, Hong Kong Belts—All colors Scarfs—All colors Handkerchiefs Entire Wardrobe UUIMAMM...
San Rafael DAR offers awards to worthy high school girls [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
San Rafael DAR offers awards to worthy high school girls San Rafael Hills Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Eagle Rock was organized in 1920. It is one of 141 chapters in the state. Dr. Mary LeClere, the only living charter member of the local Chapter has given continuous and loyal service, and remains active. The San Rafael Hills Chapter projects the national programs locally. The National Society of the DAR was organized Oct. 11, 1890. Mrs. Benjamin Harrison, wife of the President of the United States was the first President-General NSDAR. Inauguration of the 18 month “75th Diamond Jubilee” celebration of their founding, commencing now, is national in scope. The program of the DAR is three fold, historical preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic endeavor. Their historical activities include the acquisition and protecting of historical spots, the erection of monuments, encouraging historical research, and the promotion of patriotic anniversaries. Ed...
Study Club supports community [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Study Club supports community The Garfield Study Club was founded by Maude E. Butler ini March of 1924 for the benefit of its members along civic and cultural lines and to raise funds for charities and community projects. Meetings are held in the homes of members the third Thursday of each month; September throug.h June. The present club membership is limited to 25. Officers are elected every two years. The elebted Officers for 1964 and 1965 are: Mrs. Meta Moore, president; Mrs. Minna Langdale, vjee ,president; Mrs. Louise Martin, recording secretary; Mrs. Reirie Wride,’ corresponding secretary;; Mrs. Esther Scribner, treasurer. Committee: chairmen are: Mrs. Ethel Wallace, transportation; ]\)irs. Minna Langdalc, friendship; Mrs. Reine Wride, English; Mrs. Dorothy Critser, current events; Mrs. Mabel Harrison, press and program. Telephone 221-1326. mud; /.vji a.;iivc&gt;. ii .!&lt;&gt;-£ 991
Poet creates her own illustrations [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Poet creates her own illustrations Northeast Los Angeles, with its picturesque hill country and rural atmosphere appeals to many writers, and many wellknown scribes and noels make their home here. Among them is Constance Walker, a poet listed in “Who's Who In America” who specializes in poetry about the desert. Her “Courage of Joshua” is perhaps her best known work, one which inspired a comment from Poet Laureate John McGroarty. Miss Walker (Mrs. J. Burns in private life) is the winner of many contests for poetry. She has one son who is a practicing attorney.
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
'Women's Nite Out' • M'LADIES' FAVORITE DINING PLACES • A Choice of Restaurants where YOU may enjoy delightful Luncheons, Dinners and Cocktails suited to your particular tastes. She’ll Love You Even More! An Evening of the Barristers, is the ultimate compliment! Men leorn fast. How to survive o domestic crisis. It's simple, they tell vs . . . M bring the little lady to the Barristers Inn and oil is forgiven. No question obovl It, a dinnoi chosen from Barristers tempting range of entrees is the quickest way to a woman’s heart! HANK DAILY’S larristpra Jtut 2324 COLORADO BLVD. EAGLE ROCK a 6-8602 AIRLINER STEAK HOUSE 2419 N. BROADWAY Fine Wines and Liqueurs Cocktails and Banquet Room SPECIAL ALL YOU CAN EAT $1.50 CHILDREN, under 12 75 i Served Every Week Day 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. SPECIAL EVERY NIGHT PAN FRIED CHICKEN We extend a special invitation to the wonderful ladies of Northeast LA to visit us soon. BILL KNOX DOM PALERMO The Loveliest Ladies Come to the O.V. The Old Virginia’s Ur...
Pythian Sisters' ritual based on old Biblical characters [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Pythian Sisters' ritual based on old Biblical characters Miramonte Temple No. 41 of the California Pythian Sisters was instituted in Highland Park on April 10, 1910, with Gertrude Smith installed as most excellent chief. Rose Cedarstrom had the position of sitting past chief. Alice Goodhue, known as “mother”, sponsored the new temple at its institution. There were 26 charter members, all of whom have since passed away. The institution and installation ceremonies were held in the Masonic Hall, where Miramonte Temple conducted their meetings for three years and then changed into the Ebell Clubhouse for a while until they bought their own hall at the comer of N. Ave. 64 and Ruby St. Old Library This building was the original library in the community known as Garvanza more than 50 years ago. It served the people of five districts, until they merged into "Greater Highland Park” and a new library was built to meet the needs of the growing population in this area. It was at this time that ...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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Ruth Hare-Mrs. Republican [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Ruth Hare-Mrs. Republican Mrs. Harold (Ruth) Hare is sometimes known as “Mrs. Republican” in this end of town. Many years of activity in GOP circles have found Mrs. Hare serving as charter member of Eagle Rock Republican Women; California alternate county, central and state committees. She has headed the California Republican Assembly, Eagle Rock chapter, and was recently elected to the GOP Central Committee. In non - partisan activities, Mrs. Hare is a life member of PTA, president of Occidental Faculty Women and also head of the Interfraternity Mothers Club of USC. She is an active member of the Women’s 20th Century and served as a leader in both Boy Scout and Girl Scout organizations.
DAR born in 1911 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
DAR born in 1911 The Daughters of the American Revolution was founded in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 11, 1890, by four prominent ladies: Eugenia Washington, niece of George Washington; Mary Lockwood, head of a press club and author of an article in the Washington Post of July, 1840 which aroused colonial descendants to found the D.A.R; Ellen Harding Walworth, of Jackson, 111. (the daughtrer of an attorney, she was head of a private school and was a practicing lawyer in New York); and Mary Desha, an assistant director in the hospital corps during the Spanish American War, and later, a government employee. Caroline Harrison, wife of President Harrison, was the first president-general. During the first year there were 18 members. Tierra Alta Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was organized in Highland Park May 24, 1911, with 15 members. The first officers were. Louise Brier Stratton, regent; Katharine Thompson, vice regent; Rebecca Jane McComb, treasurer; Harriett Davis,...
Miss Korondi keeps ladies in good shape [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Miss Korondi keeps ladies in good shape A petite blonde with an enviable record in Olympic comptition is helping the ladies of Northeast Los Angeles to keep in shape. She is Hungarian born, Margaret Korondi, who says that "anyone can have a beautiful figure” and results of her classes prove that she means what she says. Teaching regular classes at the local YMCA, Miss Korondi gives the ladies customized service just for her own particular problem, including exercise and diet. Hungarian born, Miss Korondi makes her home in Highland Park. MARGARET KORONDI
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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’Sociability with purpose' Junior creed [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
’Sociability with purpose' Junior creed Arroyo Vista Junior Women’s Club is affiliated with the Verdugo Metropolitan District California Federation of Women’s Clubs junior membership, and are sponsored by the Arroyo Vista Women’s Club and meet in the clubhouse located at 437 Redfield Ave. Meetings are held twice monthly: The first Tuesday, a potluck luncheon, is held in various members homes; the third Tuesday, an evening meeting in the clubhouse at 8 p.m. Federation provides the clubs with a diversified program from which they can pick and choose. It is primarily a service organization. What is Federation? “It is socialibility with a purpose.” Membership consists of young women between the ages of 18 and 36 who are interested in building a better community in which they may raise their families. The club believes that education is a continuing progess and tries to bring to members many useful and informative programs. Credo of the Junior Women is that we are first wives and mothers...
Mrs. Hulbert real friend In need [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Mrs. Hulbert real friend In need Mrs. Rpscoe Hulbert, of 434 N. Ave. 51, has been suggested as a “Leading Lady" of the community. “I have known Mrs. Hulbert for about 15 years," says Katherine C. Spooner, “and have never known her to turn down an opportunity to give a helping hand. “She is an active worker in the Highland Park Presbyterian Church. She has been the head of about every Woman’s Group and has been on call at anytime to drive those without cars. She also takes those that are shut-iri to the doctor or shopping. “She has made hundreds of yo-yb dolls for the children at General Hosptal and lap robes for the patients at Olive View. “If you need further information as to her qualifications you can get it from the office of the Highland Park Presbyterian Church."