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Page 33 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
WAKEFIELD FLORIST AFFECTIONATELY SALUTES "THE WOMEN" OF THE NORTHEAST AREA Flowers for All Occasions We creote floral designs of all types. Offering the most profuse selections of flowers the seasons have to offer. Funeral designs, weddings, potted plants, corsages ond artificial arrangements. Fast, county-wide delivery Flowers by telegram. Next to Mirabol Mortuary. A TELE FLORA Serving GREATER L.A. AREA ESTABLISHED 1930 2720 NO. BROADWAY LOS ANGELES 31, CALIF. 225-0528 225-4824 Wc Give SAH Green Stomps
A Salute To The Women! • WHO HAVE MADE A SUCCESS OF BUSINESS • [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
A Salute To The Women! • WHO HAVE MADE A SUCCESS OF BUSINESS • The Communities of Northeast Los Angeles have reason to toast the accomplishments of their women who, as typified by the successful business women shown here, have done so much toward the betterment and progress of their “home towns.” These representative women all have entered the so-called men’s world and met the challenge with flying colors. They have demonstrated their imagination and their executive skill in creating and developing businesses that have added immeasurably to the values of our communities. MARIE HILLER CHATTERBOX GIFT SHOP 4623 York Blvd. CL 5-7295 VI S ARTIST SUPPLIES &amp; PICTURE FRAMING 5401 Vi N. Figuerc CL 5-0054 LILLIAN NEAKRASE MODE O’ DAY DRESS SHOP 5027 York Blvd. CL 5-SO7I PEGGY WOLFE KILTYS DRY GOODS 2158 Colorado Blvd. a 5-4318 LIU. ASHTON PAT &amp; DLL’S BEAUTY DEN 6187 N. Figueroa CL 5-6141 DOROTHY MADDOX DOROTHY’S PARTY BAZAR 5250 York Blvd. a 6-1725 MRS. MILDRED FLETCH...
Page 35 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
•r ' i | ROYAL SAVINGS £ LOAN KI~I - SI ", i &gt;*4%&gt; mm,,, ~ " ■■■ "T* — "»■■ ■^r P 5 - ■ m - V • r Ai j - ‘■■K-. - ******* ..... .I..vL*.-£&amp;4^oW ,„rr-en; annua! rote -■ tr. poo n died ’ q u arre&lt; ly : A ROYAL INVITATION! - -;, r, j» Now your non-commercial clubs or civic groups of up to 50 are invited to hold their meetings in our splendid new community room, with use of the modern kitchen facilities adjacent to it Available any afternoon or evening, at no cost or obligation, reservations may be made by calling John Lundquist, Executive Vice President. H * ROYAL SAVINGS and Loan Association 4817 Huntington Drive • Los Angeles 32 • Phone 223-3141 • Open Monday through Thursday 9 to 4 • Friday 9 to 6 • Free Parking
Overseas brides yearn for bit o' home [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Overseas brides yearn for bit o' home “Transatlantic Brides &amp; Parents Association,’’ which got underway after World War II in 1946 as the war brides ships began sailing, a small group of British parents, whose daughters had met and married American and Canadian military men during the war years, came together and laid the foundation for an association designed to foster better Anglo - American understanding while providing both the parents and brides with an organization dedicated to their mutual interests. A magazine was published in England for members both in the United Kingdom that each and everyone both in U.S.A., Canada and England know of the many activities they and their loved ones are part of. Since then the circulation is over 12,000 copies monthly. These branches when established have get togethers where the English girls can meet and have a little evening “cup of tea” and chat of many things. North Los Angeles boasts the only branch in Los Angeles. This affo...
Two tons of fruit cake [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Two tons of fruit cake It’s usually on the hottest day of the summer . . . when the women of Garvanza Methodist Church get together to slave over a hot stove all day. They don’t plan it this way, but the Weather Man seems to be “trying their faith.” The ladies are busy making holiday fruit cake, pounds and pounds of it. A score or so of the devout workers set up an assembly line type of project with the superintendent in charge of citron and cinnamon working elbow to elbow with the chairman of molasses. The result is so gratifying that the demand for their product increases every year. Proceeds go to support the building fund of the church. BUSY LEADER Mrs. Hugo Nielsen, who has served the Friday Morning Club in almost every capacity, is now president of the California Federation of Women's Clubs, San Garbiel District. A long time resident of Et Sereno, she has been actively engaged in a huge variety of community activities.
Page 36 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Are You A Homemaker . .. who likes to beautify her home with “Do-it-yourself" &amp; “Save Money" Projects? THEN The CHATTERBOX # Come in and tee for yourself the many items you can make with CRACKED MARBLES. Perhaps a hanging lamp that will odd charm and luxury to your home. Expensive looking but you'll be amazed at the low cost. MOSSY AND CRAFT CLASSES . . . WEDNESDAY EVENINGS 7:30-10:00. WORK SHOE . . . TUESOAY-THURSOAY AFTERNOONS 1:30-4. TOTS TO TEENS CLASS SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:30-4. SPECIAL CLASSES FOR GROUPS ... EVES. BY APPOINTMENT. WILL GIVE DEMONSTRATIONS TO ANY CLUBS, ORGANIZATIONS OR HOME CROUPS. 4623 York Boulevard is the place for you l . We carry a complete line of supplies and kits. The newest thing is PLASTIC RESIN to fashion your own decorator pieces in your choice of colors. Moke bright butterflies, fish and grapes at ONETHIRD the cost. • An extensive selection of MOSAIC and CRAFT KITS. CLASSES The CHATTERBOX 4623 York Blvd.
Page 36 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS OF GLENDALE • instruction • Rentals • Sales • Service 402-B No. Brand Blvd. 246-7258 A Hammond Organ will provide a lifetime of challenging, stimuating, exciting musical enjoyment and rewarding relaxation for you and your family. It can put life into your living rooms families into family rooms and spread happiness all through your house yet become a source of insipration and relaxation for moments when you wish to be alone. Everyone can play it. Every member of your family will want to because it's so easy to learn. So much satisfaction to the beginner has never been accomplished by any other musical instrument. A HAMMOND ORGAN will cost you less in the long run because a HAMMOND ORGAN is worth more than other makes, both as a musical instrument with unsurpassed performance record and as a beautifully designed piece of furniture styled to complement any decor. Styled for a lifetime your HAMMOND ORGAN must always remain in perfect taste. Call us about our “grou...
This club wants no new members ever! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
This club wants no new members ever! American Gold Star Mothers, Inc. is an organization of mothers whose sons and daughters served and died in line of duty in the armed forces in World War I World War 11, and the Korean Conflict, or died as a result of injuries received in such service. This organization was founded in the year 1928 by Grace Darling Seibold, a prominent resident of Washington, D.C., whose son died in France in World War I, was incorporated under the Laws of the District of Columbia in January 1929. Whereas, The Mothers of Sons and Daughters who served and died in the Allied Cause during the great World War, or died as the result of such service, in order to associate themselves together for loyal and patriotic service, do unite to establish this permanent organization. The objects of the corporation shall be; To keep alive and develop the spirit that prompted world service; To maintain the ties of fellowship born of that service, and to assist and further all patri...
Page 37 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Talk about economy. 7 GASOLINES-? PRICES m 90 m All this and savings, too—thanks to Hancock! Imagine paying less for the gasoline that fits your car exactly. That’s just what happens when you fill up at Hancock. Here’s the story. One amazing pump precision blends 7 grades of gasoline at 7 prices... automotive engineers recommend the blend that’s right for your car... and you save money. Fill up at Hancock. Everyone's talking about Hancock M ' Hi HIGHLAND PARK Cl 6-1795 ART’S SERVICE CORNER OF YORK ond FIGUEROA a k V Sooner or lafer everyone in Highland Park Shops at the Boys ... Because BOYS IS HIGHLAND PARK’S MOST COMPLETE SUPER MARKET. BOYS HAS A COMPLETE SELECTION OF THE FINEST FOODS, PRODUCE, DELICIOUS MEATS AND . . • COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY • DELICIOUS DONUT SHOP • FAST DEPENDABLE CLEANERS 1 AND YOU ALWAYS MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS THERE! Remember . . . For Consistently Low Prices Shop at 7Ju&gt; % r?, 1 1,1 "W't j
She founded Highland Arf Guild A picture book house is the place to create prize winning pictures [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
She founded Highland Arf Guild A picture book house is the place to create prize winning pictures Mrs. Estelle Smith, dainty and delicate as Dresden, really looks as if she should create things of beauty and this turns out to be no paradox. Famous landscape artist who lives in a picture-book house, Mrs. Smith really got “things artistic” onto an organized basis here in Highland Park. Back in 1946 Mrs. Smith invited a group of similar-minded friends of hers to a little informal tea at her home on North Avenue 64. There in the relaxed atmosphere of Oriental teakwood, genuine jade nicknacks, bronze bells and sumptuous satin upholsterings, the group laid the plans for the Highland Park Art Guild with Mrs. Smith as its first president. As capable with a gavel as she is with an easel and brush, Mrs. Smith guided the Guild through its formative years and has been on hand for each of the famous art festivals held every spring. Originally cater- ing only to the Highland ParkEagle Hock area, ...
love language, use with grace' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
love language, use with grace' Like many birth certificates, the historian’s book of Eagle Rock Toastmistress Club has been lost. Fortunately, early members with good memories have contributed memorabilia of which every every member may be proud. In 1947 several enthusiastic women attended, and temporToastmistress Club in Eagle Rock. The first meeting was held in March, 1947. Forty women attended and temporary officers were elected and by-laws were drafted. History tells us how much these founders are indebted to Dr. Lamb of the Eagle Rock Adult Evening High School. Dr. Lamb helped to formulate a speaking program for this ambitious group, and generally assisted in evaluation work which is so important to a young club. International Toastmistress approved the new club’s charter and on June 17, 1947 Eagle Rock Toastmistress Club be- came a full fledged member of this international organization for women. Self assurance, self improvement, public speaking and leadership are among the ai...
Lionesses aid the blind [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Lionesses aid the blind To lend a helping hand to the blind had long been the primary philanthropy of the Lion’s Club, and when the Lioness auxiliary was formed in Eagle Rock recently the lady “Lions” continued with the project. Of special importance are their sight conservation program, the White Cane drive and also the Mobile Clinic. The club is deep in plans to provide a special bus for the blind, which they consider their most important project to date. This year’s officers are Edith Heyne, president and Ruth Connors, secretary-treasurer.
Page 38 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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Page 38 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
BUY DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER Wt make alt mattresses in •«r own shop and tell to you directly. YOU SAVE! HOLLYWOOD BED SALE Here’s What You Get . . . TWIN BED SET 4-DAY SALE THURS., FRI., SAT., MON. $ A Sal Coniiit* of • ONE TUFTLESS INNERSPRINO MATTRESS • ONE GUARANTEED BOX SPRING • ONE SET HOLLYWOOD LEG* Plaallc Headboard Extra KING SIZE BEDDING AVAILABLE SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENT* SHEETS • BLANKETS PADS • BED SPREADS SAVEI SPECIAL SALE! Custom made sett 7-ft. long, 6-ft. wide Mattress and Box Spring BOTH FOR ONLY JAVCI SrCUHL KING SIZE $1 EASY MONTHLY TERMS POSTURE POISE SET Twin Size Box Spring and Mattress 20-Year Guaranteel 59" FOR PROPER ' ' CK SUPPORT! Compare Anywhere for Quality HOTEL SET Luxurious MO9O EASY TERMS Twin Size Mattress and Box Spring Tempered Steel Unit. 7-oz. woven ticking. 10-yr. guarantee. SLEEP-AIDE MATTRESS CO 1439 COLORADO BLVD. IN EAGLE ROCK] Between Figueroa &amp; Eagle Rock Blvd., EAGLE ROCK Open Daily 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday &amp; Friday,...