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Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

MODERN CONVENIENCES FOR MODERN WOMEN General Electric’s New tif oven cleans itself., electrically! Ail YOQ N Is set con trots, letch the OWN door, set the timer. In 2 to 3 hours oven is clew as Beni • 3*4 Semi-Temp® Unit • Built-In Sfyflnf • Bert Coppertone, Mix-or Match Colors, or White jMm. COME m PM A P-7 OVEN DCMONSTMTIOM F»st, FlmfeSS »« r. MODEL J-756 GENERAL ELECTRIC DELUXE TOAST-R-OVEN: MODEL T93. A toaster! An oven. It toasts both sides of bread of once, perfect for buttor toast, or cheese sandwiches. It bakes cookies, frozen pastries ,re-heats cooked foods! Special top browning feature. ALL PURPOSE MIXER: Model M 35. A power stand mixer or a lightweight portable. 2 glass bowls of 1y 2 and 3 quart capacity fit snugly on revolving 2 position bowl pan. Speed selector gives 12 mixing speeds. Beater ejector and heel stand. In beige or white. Us* ft anywher*: CORDLESS ELECTRIC SLICING KNIFT: Model EKS. All you do is guide it! Use it anywhere • . . kitchen, dining room, even on a...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Began in days of horse and carriage Times change but EbelTs ideals remain [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Began in days of horse and carriage Times change but EbelTs ideals remain The Highland Park Ebell Club was born in the home of Mrs. Howard Lunt, 111 S. Ave. 53, on Dec. 7, 1903. Mrs. Rob- ert H. Tripp was elected the first president. Th i r t y-one presidents have taken a turn in this office since the beginning of the club. At that time North Figueroa Street was a dirt road with horse-drawn conveyances the popular mode of travel and was known as Pasadena Avenue. The thirty-nine founders of this club were dedicated to cultural, civic, philanthropic, and social betterment of their own lives and the community. These are the same lofty principles to which the members subscribe to this day. Many changes have taken place in our community since those "horse and buggy days”: world wars, automotive, atomic, and space age eras; still the organization continues upon the firm foundation those 39 far-sighted charter members laid for our operation. The name of the club was chosen in honor of Dr. ...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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New club off to 'roaring' good start [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

New club off to 'roaring' good start Highland Park Lioness Club, one of the youngest in the area, was formed just 12 months ago. It grew from the desire of the wives of Lion’s Club members to share in service to their community. In its short history, the club has already served in two of the annual Chamber of Commerce anniversary celebrations by running a game booth at the three-day affair. The ladies also chartered a bus to take underprivileged children to the circus. Then included all the "trimmings” hot dogs, cotton candy popcorn, etc. The Lionesses just completed their first rummage sale and it was a big success.

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

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Home Makers-Home Buyers and Home Seilers PRESENTING: The Lady Real Estate Brokers of Northeast Los Anqeles [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Home Makers-Home Buyers and Home Seilers PRESENTING: The Lady Real Estate Brokers of Northeast Los Anqeles Let the man boast about the “head of the house.” As long as the girls are “the heart of the home,” we have nothing to worry about. And what is more important than the American home where tomorrow’s generation is cradled, trained and given the keys to maturity. The selection of the family home i* probably the biggest decision that is ever made by the group, and do you know that statistics prove that’s it's usually the woman who makes that choice? Mainly because we women have more savy about convenience, comfort and the all-around liveability of the place that will house our children. ALICE CARROLL CARROLL REALTY 5526 Monte Vi*ta Sf. 256-1268 NADINE BOLM NADINE REALTY 4855 York Blvd. 257-7555 ANNA NELSON ANNA NELSON REALTY 5252 York Blvd. 254-4361 MARTHA THOMPSON THOMPSON REALTY 203 No. Avo. 64 255-0339 HILDA BUTTRESS with CARROLL REALTY 5526 Mont* Vista 256-1268 HELEN STEIDEL wi...

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Home Makers-Home Buyers and Home Sellers PRESENTING: The Lady Real Estate Brokers of Northeast Los Angeles [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Home Makers-Home Buyers and Home Sellers PRESENTING: The Lady Real Estate Brokers of Northeast Los Angeles So whot » more logical than to Have a woman assist in that decision ... a highly trained professional woman who linows how to find fust the right spot for you and arrange everything from fitting the key in the front door lock to all the intricacies of escrow. The Real Estate Women of Northeast los Angeles really have their “heart in their work.” If you wont advice on any property problems drop in and thot with any of the lovely ladies whose pictures appear on these pages. NELLE G. HOOD NELLE G. HOOD REALTY 4970 Eagle Rock Blvd. 256-7739 i - LOIS WARIAS LOIS WARIAS REALTY 4217 N. Figueroa 225-1156 MARY ANN JUSTICE L.A. KEY REALTY 1661 Colorado Blvd. 254-2271 JANET ELLIOT JANET S REALTY 6117 York Blvd. 254-3219 ELZADA HAWLEY with WARD REALTY CO. 4623 Eagle Rock Blvd. 254-6181 ROSE MOSSO MOSSO REALTY 4916 York Blvd. 254-7321 RUTH CARTER CARTER REALTY 6556 N. Figueroa 256-4103 MRS....

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POT YOUR TRUST IN THE WOMEN REAL ESTATE BROKERS OF NORTHEAST LOS ANGELES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

POT YOUR TRUST IN THE WOMEN REAL ESTATE BROKERS OF NORTHEAST LOS ANGELES You tan for a number of reasons. Tbey hove a special talent for finding the home that fits your dreams. They hove proven themselves sharp experts in the art of bringing the buyer and seller together for both their profit. They are dedicated to their own home communities and the interests of the people who live in them.

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THE WHO'S WHO OF SUCCESSFUL REAL ESTATE WOMEN GIVES THE HOME SEEKER A SURE GUIDE TO THE HOME THEY WANT [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

THE WHO'S WHO OF SUCCESSFUL REAL ESTATE WOMEN GIVES THE HOME SEEKER A SURE GUIDE TO THE HOME THEY WANT The successful women shown on these pages should be the clue lo satisfaction for homeseekers. For these women hove a knack of finding the right home at the right price a feel for happy living. Each of these women are leaders in their profession, respected for their knowledge, trusted for their earnest endeavor to please.

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Margaret Hulin Mrs. Homemaker of 1963 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Margaret Hulin Mrs. Homemaker of 1963 Mrs. Homemaker from Los Angeles for the year of 1963 was 30-year-old Margaret Hulin, the vivacious wife of a Presbyterian minister. Chosen from a slate of some 40 women throughout the area, Mrs. Hulin carried the standard of the community to Chicago where the Suburban Press Foundation conducted the national finals. “Maggie” as she’s known to her friends isn’t the “staid and proper” minister’s wife in the cold concept of the word. She’s part of this new, informal fastthinking generation. Husband Nominated Her It was her husband, the Rev. James Hulin of Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church who suggested her name in a letter that won the approval of the judges for her to enter the finals. She reassured them of her qualifications in the personal interview that followed, and Maggie was on her way to Chicago, leaving behind “dad” Hulin and the three little Huins, Margie, Frances and Pete. Maggie, a graduate of Wilson High where she met Jim, a hefty foot...

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Stained glass artist active in community [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Stained glass artist active in community A study in courage and skill Is Mrs. George D. Merrill, who courageously took up her husband’s stained glass business after she was suddenly widowed some three years ago. A highly exacting field and one which demands rare skill In addition to the usual intricacies of business and finance, Mrs. Merrill has amazed her friends with an outstanding accomplishment. Many notable commissions have been completed under her supervision. In addition to her profession, Mrs, Merrill is active in Grace Presbyterian Church and the Breakfast Opti-Mrs. Club of Highland Park, where she is immediate past president. Mrs. Merrill has one son who is an assistant professor at Long Beach State College.

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Eagle Rock Office of California Federal Savings Association Every Day k Ladies' Day To Us We’ll go as far as anyone, even farther, to make our service exemplary for males. But we're especially proud that it pleases the ladies. The ladies, we find, appreciate the beauty of our office decor more than men do. The large and growing number of savings accounts opened in feminine names continues to delight us. (Confidentially, far more than half of all our customers are women!) And when it comes to a head for figures like our 4.8% current annual rate or our $1 billion assets, the lasses are as quick as the lads to know good things when they see them. So, here's to the ladies the young and the not so, the careermakers, and the home makers, the helpmates and the helpless bless ’em all! CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AMO LOAN ASSOCIATION EAGLE ROCK OFFICE: 5015 EAGLE ROCK BOULEVARD • 256-2241 HEADQUARTERS OFFICE; 611 WILSHIRE BLVO., I,A. 17 OUR BIUION-DOUAR BUSINESS IS THE BETTERMENT Of PEOPLE

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There are 34 PTAs going strong in NE Los Angeles areas [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

There are 34 PTAs going strong in NE Los Angeles areas Northeast Los Angeles is well represented by Parent Teacher Associations, with 24 elementary schools, six junior highs and four senior high schools in the area. Grouped into three Councils (Highlands, La Sierra and Griffith) the organizations cover all phases of child welfare and constitute the backbone of community-family life. Highlands Council includes the elementary schools in Eagle Rock, Highland Park and the Mount Washington and Glassell Park area while La Sierra Associations are located in the Lincoln Heights and El Sereno communities (also at elementary school level). Griffith Council is composed of PTA groups in the secondary schools, locally: Luther Burbank, Washington Irving, Florence Nightingale, Lincoln, Eagle Hock and Wilson Junior Highs and Eagle Rock, Franklin, Lincoln and Wilson Senior Highs. Highlands Council Highlands Council Associations include Aldama, Annandale, Buchanan, Dahlia Heights, Delevan Drive, Eagl...

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It all began with women Suffragettes [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

It all began with women Suffragettes The Northeast Unit of the League of Women Voters now meets at the California Federal Savings Building, 5015 Eagle Rock Blvd., twice a month on Monday evenings. It is a local unit of the League of Women Voters. The League of Women Voters originated from the Suffrage Movement, and continues its purpose of promoting political responsibility through informed and active participation of citizens in government—to make every woman voter an informed voter. The League is nonpartisan. It takes action in support of or in opposition to selected governmental issues, but it does not support or oppose candidates nor does it support or oppose political parties. Members are encouraged to work as individuals in the political party of their choice. Women citizens of voting age who believe in representative government are eligible to join. Although the original members of the Northeast Unit of the League of Women Voters were retired school teachers, members are now ...

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Friends' support old Lummis home [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964

Friends' support old Lummis home Dedicated to the preservation of old Spanish artifacts in Northeast Los Angeles are the “Friends of the Casa de Adobe,” which maintains the old home of Charles Lummis as an historical shrine. The Friends see to it that the doors of the Spanish Mansion on Avenue 43 are open to the public Wednesday and Sundays from 2-5.

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