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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Stomp honors the ladies m&amp;j WOMAN SUFFRAGE *1920*1970 m* m VOTES FOR m Mft* u ■■ SO” anniversary ssfiSSßs«vw§Ks ft OJL * 6 "Stamp out" discrimination .. . This is how it all started back in 1920 and the battle grows ever fiercer with the Woman's Liberation movement. Honoring the gals is this new issue stamp being released this month. Joyce Turney, postmaster for South Pasadena, supplied the preview peek of what's new In stamos. Peopl * ' DCPADTUIMT CT cs DEPARTMENT STORE 5817 NORTH FIGUEROA STREET HIGHLAND PARK look this way... this fall conform polity hose Put them on and they become your size. No bagging, sagging or wrinkling —Just sheer lovely fit. Pr SJWir S' r Urn iA (T oJimii misses suits Banded fabrics that have extra body. 3-piece outfit—skirt and channel jacket in solid bright blue with contrasting stripe blouse. pant/jumper 2-piece ot material as above. By mixing and matching these two outfits you can have eight different combinations. Sizes 12 to 20 ONE OF THE...
THEY GET THINGS DONE When women get together.. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
THEY GET THINGS DONE When women get together.. California Federation of Women’s Clubs (CFWC) was organized Jan. 18, 1900, an appropriate time to dedicate the new century to the progress of women. The charter group included 40 clubs representing 6000 women. The state federation now numbers 610 clubs with 60.000 members. The General Federation preceded the state group by 10 years, chartered in 1908. It now encompasses 55 countries and boasts a membership of eleven million ... all women. The total includes 800,000 members in 15.000 clubs in the United States and the territory of Puerto Rico. Although the general public is just now becoming aware of the peril facing our natural resources, CFWC’s first project, back in 1902, was an attempt to save the giant redwoods. As the plan progressed, the federation bought a grove of its own in 1928 for $90,000. The CFWC raised $45,000 and the state of California (liking the idea) matched the amount. The clubwomen over the years have given their su...
Talk about action! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Talk about action! Mary lou McQuown, wife of deputy police chief of Los Angeles, maintains a schedule that would boggle the mind of most women. She is Jobs Daughters Deputy Grand Guardian as well as guardian of local Bethel; is a member of four sewing groups for the hospital... acts as wedding hostess at the First Lutheran Church . . . conducts a training class for teenage girls , . . makes articles for patients at Yerdugo Old People’s Home . . . works on projects to buy wheelchairs and refurbish cottages at Covina orphanage. She also makes garments for Burns Institute
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
MAYTAG BIG, FAMILY CAPACITY Automatics AND MAYTAG ELECTRONIC CONTROL Dryers Celebrates ARROYO Funiture’s 31st Anniversary! Low cost Maytags wash big loadsn rr~r AUTOMATIC WATER LEVEL CONTROL saves gallons of water! Lets you match water level to size of load. Ends water pressure problems. MAYTAG POWER-FIN AGITATOR. Tough on the stubbornest dirt. Gentle to the most delicate garments. East dry clothes at low temps. ** " J *““ PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE provides wrinkle-removing conditioning period after clothes are dried means less ironing. a gentle circle of low, ) »r~ i even heat means soft H virtually wrinkle-free T clothes in minimum 1 time. Saves Ironing. 0 % m r* •• •• •A® REVOLVING LINT FILTER is highly efficient. Filters 100% of exhaust air. Snaps in. Snaps out. Cleans easily. PERFORATED TUB full of holes! Purposely! Gets dirt away from cleaned clothes. WITH H MO-OIF -HEAT® ft* ■x;y&lt;sX A f * rv-* r • &gt; L.i v •Y'yA sj L o I K US /■■■ ■■ Come In and Check Our New...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Here are the women who head your local PTA groups. In the front row are: Mrs. Rodger Pace, president of San Pascual PTA; Mrs. John Fuqua, council auditor; Mrs. Kenneth Smith, council secretary; Mrs. John Gibson, council first vice president; Mrs. John Kocher, council president; Mrs. Franklin Wong, treasurer; Mrs. John Urso, second vice president; Mrs. Larry Larsen, historian. In the back row are: Mrs. Floyd Keffer, Buchanan; Mrs. Daniel Yang, Rockdale; Mrs. Robert Gibson, Delevan Drive; Mrs. James Gladson, Annandale; Mrs. Charles Hall, Yorkdale; Mrs. Raymond Geer, Bushnell Way; Mrs. Robert Nicoletti, Eagle Rock Elementary; Mrs. George Huff, Glassell Park; Mrs. Gourney Turner, Toland Way; Mrs. Harold Stevens, Garvanza; Dr. Margerey C. Morten, principal Latona and Mt. Washington; Mrs. Jack Fitch, Dahlia Heights; Mrs. Manuel Paniagua, Latona; Mrs. John Papp, Mt. Washington; and Mrs. Robert Williams, Aldama. Highlands Council has a full crew
Wednesdays 'Oldest club' always keeps up to date [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Wednesdays 'Oldest club' always keeps up to date Organized in 1898, the Wed* nesday Morning Club, at 220 E. Ave. 28, holds the distinction of being the second oldest woman’s club in Los Angeles, The group’s flower is the pansy, and its colors are purple and gold. Organized originally as a study club (with particular emphasis on Shakespeare), the group has expanded to also include sections on current events, music, history, physical culture, French and Spanish, and the "Dickens fellowship.” The club ran into hard luck last year. After years of struggle to build their picturesque clubhouse, a disastrous fire hit the building two years ago. The cost of repair and refurbishing was such a financial blow that they were forced to sell the structure; but they still use it as their meeting place. The women of the Wednesday Club have not let this interfere with their personal progress, and it’s "business as usual.” The club meets every second and fourth Wednesday, October through June. Busine...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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'Oscars' for clubwomen [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
'Oscars' for clubwomen Awards were received by members of Verdugo CFWC at the state convention held this year at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. Winning a special "outstanding achievement Oscar” was Dr. Ciwa Griffith, who founded the now internationally famous HEAR foundation, beginning in Highland Park. South Pasadena Study Club received special citations for CARE food programs. Arroyo Vista Woman’s Club, Woman’s Club of South Pasadena, and Eagle Rock Twentieth Century Club, were awarded honors for community improvement! Arroyo Vista and Women’s Twentieth Century shared plaudits for participation in the Meals for Millions program. A special club award for trade, aid, and interAmerican affairs went to South Pasadena Study Club.
A boon to their community [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
A boon to their community The Woman's Club of South Pasadena, 1424 Fremont Ave., was organized in 1899. It has always been part of the "back bone" of the community. The group meets the first and third Wednesdays of each month (October through May), and features a variety of interests as reflected in its many sections. Always active in civic affairs, and hosting speakers of note, the club has received several top awards for its Exhibitors’ Fair, held before Christmas each year. At this event, women invite merchants in the community to display their wares for inspection by the city’s residents. Mrs. Frank Stoney is this year’s president. For information call 799-9309 (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) weekdays only. Project Hope Mrs. Clifford J. Finnic of Pasadena (left) and Mrs. R. I. Geer of Highland Park (center) present a check for $2,332.78 to Project HOPE'S western regional director, Edward J. Flynn. Mrs. Geer, immediate past president of the Verdugo Metropolitan District of the California Fede...