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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
AMPLE FREE PARKING AT REAR ENTRANCE FREE—FREE—FREE LARGE PLASTIC PUMPKINS JUST IN TIME FOR HALLOWEEN WITH s s°° PURCHASE H H X* mi wiry im-in# ¥* ****** ir# m# ** ¥* ** u** ******** m n Grand Bargain -COUPONEntitles bearer to purchase any regular priced Polyester Knits in the store at 25% discount. GOOD OCT. 12 THRO OCT. 19, 1970 -GIBSON YARDAOEiAm.!.i „m ,u Mimi jJUJAimjLmj PXtXS Sew, Knit &amp; Stretch Fabrics BOOKS and PATTERNS SALE STARTS OCT. 12 AND RUNS THRU OCT. 19 OPEN FRIDAY "' "T 9 PIN CUSHIONS WITH NEEDLE SHARPENER WHILE QUANTITY LASTS CARDING BRUSHES A boon and necessity for the well groomed wardrobe. 1.75 VALUE NOW ONLY . . . 99 GLITTER PANNE VELVET 54" wide. Holiday shades. Most luxurious and elegant fabric yet. Hand washable. Regularly priced at 5.98. This week only 3 99 JUST ARRIVED ! ! New Polyester DOUBLE KNITS A GREAT SELECTION OF RICH FALL COLORS 49 For tops, pants, suits &amp; dresses. 56"-64' wide. Specially priced for this sale ■■ Y^2 BONDED WO...
Churchwomen adopt ancient TISH’ symbol to aid community [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Churchwomen adopt ancient TISH’ symbol to aid community Call for the FISH ... A local SOS group has taken on the ancient Christian sign meaning "Save Us.” Wherever the sign of the fish is displayed it means solace, assistance, and help. The modern adoption of the symbol began in an English fishing village in 1961, and spread rapidly through the civilized world. Launching the campaign locally are the Churchivomen United of Northeast Los Angeles, who spent many months organizing FISH. It has meant enrolling many volunteers to man the phones, and creating a work force which would respond to the nteeds of those in trouble. To facilitate matters, the call for help is simply 792-FISH (or in numerals 792-3474). j Chairman of the local FISH group is Mrs. Darrell Farnham, wife of the pastor of United Church of Eagle Rock atid ecumenical project chairman for Churchwomen United. Assisting her in the: initial venture which got started this spring were: Mmes. Gail Goodman, William Klaes, Larry L...
iFOPT:T:Ttlll Wii . 1k..... .-far'.... i [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
iFOPT : T : Ttl l l Wii . 1k..... .-far'.... i Mrs. Irving Angel's interest in the human family begins with preventing birth defects via the March of Dimes, and keeps right on going through senior citizens' activities. She has received c citation tor more than 20 years of work with the March of Dimes, heading the Northeast Division most of that time. At the other end of the "calendar," she founded the Monday Seniors, first senior citizens club in this area, and at one time considered the fastest-growing such group in the United States. She's an avid worker for the Highland Park Symphony, a life member of the PTA, ond a post president of B'nai B'rith.
Viette Fitch, a credit to Eagle Rock [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Viette Fitch, a credit to Eagle Rock Mrs. Jack (Viette) Fitch is one of the most active and attractive clubwomen in town. A past president of the Twentieth Century Juniors, she is also an officer in the newlyformed Las Perlitas de Esperanza and is historian for Eagle Rock Coordinating Council. In addition to these duties, she has also taken over the gavel as president of Dahlia Heights PTA, Her daughters, Elizabeth and Ellecia, attend Dahlia Heights and her older daughter, Evelyn, is a tenth grade student at Eagle Rock High.
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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BPW’s Battle Cry-hard-headed, charming [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
BPW’s Battle Cry-hard-headed, charming P OLLUTIONI - a word that has suddenly emerged as big as the universe and just as important. What to do about it? The women of the nation are in the vanguard of the protesters. They are not just shouting, but are offering practical and immediate solutions. Business and Professional Women the nation over have adopted it as their number one priority project for the coming year. Lucy Quirk, president of Eagle Rock Chapter BPW, has made a special study of the pressing problem and has this to say: All Involved "Preserving the environment,' fortunately, is something practically all of us can do more about, if we will. A veteran of many federal antipollution campaigns, Senator Edmund S. Muskie of Maine, has suggested a way to become involved that is especially recommended for women who have not yet entered the antipollution ranks. As the author of probably more antipollution legislation than anyone in history, Senator Muskie deserves our attention for...
Needles and thread [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Needles and thread Patricia Tottle is one of the busiest seamstresses in town. Although she has eight children, she finds time to sew on much more than needed clothing. Pat sews some 60 layettes a year for the Department of Social Services; made 33 dresses for Tenth District PTA "Clothes Closet” last year, and has made no less than 1000 stuffed toys and dolls for Christmas distribution. In addition, she sews for her church’s missionary group.
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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HP Ebell Club has 'mansion7 look [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
HP Ebell Club has 'mansion 7 look For Highland Park Ehell Club, the past year has been one of renaissance, 'with the complete refurbishing and decorating of their clubhouse at 131 S. Ave. 57. With its new stage, foyer, banquet room, and smaller dining hall, the club has become the meeting place for many "homeless” groups, and stands as a monument to the effort of dedicated women. Organized in 1903 by Mrs. Howard L. Lunt, the club has grown up with the century and is showing a marked growth in membership. Meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month (October through May). Featured attractions are the annual White Breakfast, fall bazaar, spring rummage sale. Reciprocity Day, and many others. Mrs. Evelyn Sawyer heads the Ebell Club this year.
Josie Teixeira . . a one woman ombudsman [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Josie Teixeira . . a one woman ombudsman Josie Teixeira ... a woman ombudsman, angel of mercy, and ambassador of good will. Official titles don’t mean a great deal to Josie (although she’s had plenty of them). Her main objective is to seek out those who need help, and with total lack of ostentation or hope of personal reward, to do what needs doing. When someone is down on his luck, sick or sick-at-heart, victim of major catastrophe, you’ll find Josie working like a one-girl-team. She doesn’t stop with first aid, but goes behind the scenes and sustains the help. She was one of the dynamos in the drive to help nine-year-old Michael O’Shea (victim of terminal cancer) obtain hospitalization. When floods hit the area last year, killing two young children, it was Josie who helped get a committee on the job to aid the grieving parents who had lost their home and their children. Family burned out . . . Mrs. Teixeira may not man the hose, but she’s there to organize help that is meaningful....
Toastmistress ready to go international [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Toastmistress ready to go international Miss Pauline V. Myer of Eagle Rock was elected international vice president at the International Toastmistress convention in Portland, Ore. . Miss Myer has been a member of Eagle Rock Toastmistress Club for 15 years and has held offices at club, council, region, and international levels. For the past year she has been third vice president of international. In addition to her Toastmistress activities, she is a member of National Association of Parliamentarians and State of California Parliamentarians. Miss Myer recently retired from the position of accountant with the Los Angeles County Flood Control District. MISS PAULINE MYER
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Arroyo Vistas enrich community [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Arroyo Vistas enrich community The Arroyo Vista Woman’s Club, meeting at 437 Redfield Ave., organized in 1931, has as its prime interest "Community and Culture.’* Although one of the smaller clubs in the Verdugo District CFWC, the little club is famous for getting things done and coming up with numerous awards for service to the community. Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Mrs. Charles Wanger is president this year. Rock Hound deluxe . . . Rocks may be just rocks to the average woman, but to Muriel Rath, past president of the Glenade Lapidary Society, they are the substance from which rare jewels are wrought. The Eagle Rock woman has won countless trophies for her rare gems and jewelry. Mrs. James Clark, president of Verdugo District, California Federation of Women's’ Clubs. The noble Appaloosa . &gt; • Breeding, raising, and showing prisestock Appoloosa (Indian spotted horses) is a hobby and a profession with socialite Mrs. A. J. Fetferman of...