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She took over Disneyland [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
She took over Disneyland All the way from a timid little gal who couldn’t even say “boo” in public to the reigning Toastmistress at a regional convention, that’s the story of Pauline Meyer, who has held every office that the Eagle Rock Toastmistress Club has to offer. “Being self conscious is nothing but selfishness,” is the way she puts it. “When you learn to concentrate upon what you have to say and not on yourself, then anyone can be an effective public speaker.” Last year it was Miss Meyer who had charge of the arrangements at the Toastmistresses big Disneyland convention. If you had told her five years ago that she’d be handling a big assignment like that . . . she’d have swooned. Now Pauline is known as one of the most soughtafter public speakers in the area, and is anxious to spread the good word that “anybody can learn to speak effectively in public.” UNACCUSTOMED as I om . . to public speaking used to be Pauline Meyer’s lament when called upon to speak in public. Now the Ea...
Spiritual growth aim of Methodist women's groups [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Spiritual growth aim of Methodist women's groups The Women’s Society of Christian Service and Wesleyan Service Guild of Highland Park Methodist Church were established to help women grow in knowledge of God as revealed in Christ and to challenge them to respond to God’s redemptive purpose in the world. Toward the realization of this purpose, the Women’s Society and Guild provide opportunities and resources which will help women grow in understanding and spiritual power; increase their knowledge of needs in the world and share in the outreach of the church. The Society and the Guild enlist workers and secure funds for the fulfillment of their responsibility of the church at home and overseas. This year’s officers include Minnie Palmer, president, 1335 Hill Dr.; Valorie Hofner, vice president, 6039 La Prada; Hazel Horn, recording secretary, 435 N. Ave. 56; Ruth Ashley, treasurer, 6105 Garrison Dr. Secretaries are Miriam Samuelson, campus ministry; Jean Bearnstein, children’s work; Rut...
Bargain Bin benefits Hathaway [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Bargain Bin benefits Hathaway Hathaway Home, a school for children of broken homes or youngsters with emotional problems, is a favorite philanthropy for local clubwomen who donate much time and talent to ways and means projects with Hathaway the beneficiary. In addition Hathaway sponsors a “bargain bin” on York Blvd. where a year-round rummage sale r'fers many usable articles at a tiny price and the proceeds all go to Hathaway Home.
Responsibility, poise, learned by Rainbows' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Responsibility, poise, learned by Rainbows' Both Eagle Rock and Highland Park boast that picturesquely - titled organization known as Assembly of Rainbow Girls. With membership based upon Masonic recommendation these girls learn poise, generosity and reverence for the finer things of life. Every six months, gowned in dainty formal gowns they hold their plush initiations as girls go “through the line” to the offices of worthy advisor, worthy associate advisor, faith, hope and charity.
Page 39 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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Page 39 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Heavenly Gift Idea! * * f t* 41 m rv&gt; VE b*tm PO *m i Helena Rubinstein’s HEAVEN SENT FRAGRANCE FANTASY A dreom of o gift! Helena Rubinstein's Fragrance Fantasy is a temping tower of Heaven Sent* delights. Trimmed with tulle ond touched with glitter, Fragrance Fantasy holds Eou de Porfum (2 oz.) and a shaker box of fragrant Bath Powder (3 oz.). She'll odore this light, lilting scent that's long-lasting, tool Also available in White Magnolia ond In Apple Blossom fragrances. The Set; 3.00 plus tax DAVIS PHARMACY 2200 COLORADO BLVD. EAGLE ROCK
The Pearl Mes/a of Hlqbl and Park Ideas are business [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
The Pearl Mes/a of Hlqbl and Park Ideas are business Whenever anyone has a problem about entertaining they go to Harriette . . . Whenever a ways and means chairman is stymied in trying to dream up “something different” for an installation or party extraordinaire ... she calls on Harriette. This petite “Ann Landers” of the party world never seems to run out of solutions to social problems which she passes along gratis to the civic minded in this area. Few will believe it, but Harriette Bryson admits it. She is 74 years old, and keeps up a schedule that would exhaust her granddaughter. It was back on May 1, 1928 that Mrs. Bryson teamed up with Sparkletts Water Co. as its public relations director, and she has “sparkled” for Sparkletts ever since. Harriette goes far above and beyond the demands of most PR gals in that she has introduced a new service for the entire community, making use of Sparklett’s Auditorium to house many a civic gathering. But not just mere “housing,” Mrs. Bryson ...
Ideal homes are found In Northeast LA [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Ideal homes are found In Northeast LA In the eternal search for proper foster homes for homeless kiddies, Northeast Los Angeles has been found to be in greatest demand. Middle class, stable, home-lov-ing people constitute this area. It is small wonder that it is here Foster Parents are most in demand. Many foster mothers have had as many as 30 children and see to it that “the cradle is never empty.” A heartening and soul satisfying venture . . . the foster mothers agree, and are gratified by giving an unfortunate child the right start in life . . . with a real home of his own. Only tough part is that “hour of parting” when the little ones are either returned to their parents or adopted permanently.
Salvation Army 'lassie' 'mothers Lincoln Heights [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Salvation Army 'lassie' 'mothers Lincoln Heights Emma Guitterez has the unofficial job of “mothering” many of the girls in Lincoln Heights. A Salvation Army captain with the sweetest smile in the world, she not only carries on the usual duties of the “Army” but conducts classes in good grooming and self improvement that have helped local girls tremendously. During the Christmas season Captain Emma herself mans the Army “pots,” rain or shine, and considers service to humanity the greatest gift of all. The Salvation Army also operates Booth Memorial Home in Lincoln Heights where unwed mothers of all races, creeds and color can find a refuge. Recently remodeled, the building offers an ultra modern hospital and "loving anonimity for girls in trouble. Many local clubs make this their philanthropy. The Friday Morning Club of El Sereno, for instance, has furnished and dedicated a “room.”
Nina Shipman hails from ER [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Nina Shipman hails from ER A prominent alumna of Eagle Rock is lovely Nina Shipman, now a promising actress with Twentieth Century Fox, who has had many leading roles in movies, TV and stage. A graduate of Eagle Rock High, Nina is the daughter of a famous scenario writer who also made his home in this area for many years. Nina, an accomplished musician, dancer and actress, has played opposite many prominent leading men, including Bing Crosby.
Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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A MESSAGE FOR PARENTS-ABOUT RESPONSIBILITY... Parents who teach their children sensible eating habits help the young avoid costly food faddism [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
A MESSAGE FOR PARENTS-ABOUT RESPONSIBILITY... Parents who teach their children sensible eating habits help the young avoid costly food faddism Tt HAS BEEN estimated that Americans spend from 500 million to one billion dollars each year needlessly on food fads, ■vitamin pills that are not necessary, and so-called "health foods” which may be perfectly good foods but which do not live up to some of the elaborate health claims made for them and which may not be worth the premium prices charged. Parents really interested in getting their children off to a good start in life should be alert to food faddism and health quackery and should prepare their children to avoid being victimized by the faddists and quacks who prey on the young, as well as the aged, because they know of the concern the young have for health and strength and body development. Although scientific research has demonstrated that drinking milk on the day of an athletic event apparently has no adverse effects on the athlet...
Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Kory’s has dreamed up Big Plans for the Women of Northeast L A. Soon it will be building before your Kory’s has been dreaming big dreams for the women of Northeast Los Angeles, a dream shopping center bringing together some of the top retail stores in a setting of unequaled convenience and beauty! ARK E T S 6235 York Blvd. WE NEVER CLOSE The New Highland Park Shopping Center HERE! Soon! These Fine Stores! Thrifty Drugs Wooden Shoe Restaurant Laundromat Fletcher Cleaners Lu Su Dress Shop Don Page T.V. Florist Two powerhouses of value-giving strength will set side by side in the new Highland Park Shopping Center, forming a central core for all of the other attractive shops and services,, and add to it an exciting new unit of the famous Wooden Shoe Restaurants. Soon, very soon, the women of Northeast Los Angeles will find new, exciting pleasure in shopping and new standards of value! We Give Blue Chip Stamps
Self Realizafion Fellowship presldenf lives on Mf. Washington Daya Mata, symbol of East meets West [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Self Realizafion Fellowship presldenf lives on Mf. Washington Daya Mata, symbol of East meets West By NELDA THOMPSON The name of Daya Mata is known all around the world. As president of Self Realization Fellowship, a philosophy of meditation incorporating both Oriental and Occidental religious concepts, one might conjure up an austere image. Meeting the head of an international group who lives in a “castle” of sorts on top of Mt. Washington, one would expect an ethereal, hard-to-approach lady of frightening dignity. What a surprise and what a paradox to find lovely young Daya Mata, a blue-eyed, pink cheeked American whose only visible tie with the religion of India and the mysteries of Yoga, is her flowing pink Sari, someone has described "as the most flattering garment ever worn by any woman.” A soft-spoken lady with great straightforwardness and a hint of mischief in her blue eyes, she did not seek or even “want” to become a person of great prominence, and when called to head the ...
Whos Who and Where's Where in Clubland [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Whos Who and Where's Where in Clubland Local clubs who have submitted their names for the Woman’s Magazine directory are listed below. Names included are those of the president or club contact: Alpha Zeta Sorority (Sigma Phi Delta) Edith Babcock Ci. 4-5883 American Legion EK Marie Epifanos CA. 1-5678 Arroyo Vista Junior Crystal Bell 256-8817 Arroyo Vista Seniors Mrs. Claud Fordice 255-5559 B’nai B’rith Mrs. Henry Lutz CL. 6-5887 BPVV (Business and Professional Women) ER Esther Waggoner CL. 7-6889 BPW, Highland Park Mary Misterly CL. 7-5656 CFWC, San Gabriel Mrs. Hugo Nielsen CA. 1-5510 CFWC, Verdugo Mrs. William Adams 447-9793 Churchwomen, Council of Mrs. Helen Peters CL. 6-8839 Clipper Club (Young Marrieds) CL. 6-8817 Confraternity Blessed Sacra-, ment Mrs. Lester Wombache--255-2012 Curtain Raisers Pasadena Playhouse SY. 3-8171 DAK (Daughters American Revolution) San Rafael Mrs. Floyd Patterson CL. 7-6615 DAK (Tierra Alta) Lillian Shrewsbury HO. 3-9046 Dieteers (TOPS reducing dub) ...