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Back in the 'Hope Chest7 days [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Back in the 'Hope Chest 7 days A group of young ~ , high school girls who got together in 1928 to sew articles for their "Hope Chests” are now still getting together . . ’. sewing things for their grandchildren. The club bears the modest title of the "No Name Club.” Charter members are Mary Halfacre, Evelyn Marks, Maggie Sullivan, Elsie Chambre and Leona Meals. Those who joined the group later include: Mabel Lawyer, Ann Stewart, Urusula Meadows, Laurel Sommers, Stella Davis, Edith Fuller and Katherine Lyle.
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
8 9 I I i o o o o $ i I 4-Drawer Desk V. ;&gt;yse % 8 Drawer $34*95 Dresser OU 4-Drawer Chest .. $ 13 95 s 5-Drawer i Chest. - I ■ 3-Space J Bookcase MAHOGANY MR. &amp; MRS. CHEST t-Drawcr, 56” Lone, with Center Guides « MAHOGANY g MR. &amp; MRS. CHEST $ 36 9s I s 2B 9s ■&gt;: I » &amp; :r*-^ *: X MAHOGANY MR. I MRS. CHEST WARDROBES | 36”x72”x24"549 £ 42”x72"x24"554 :$ 46 ,r x72”x24”558 af. •: JS. i p w XBAR STOOLS 16" $3.95 24” $4.50 30” $4.95 WROUGHT IRON SET 34”- 5 Drawer CHEST-Special Los Felix ND ALE NEW OWNERSHIP 12-Drawer. 67” awnr : ; S Mahogany, heavy, solidly construct ■&gt;; long, with Center I ' ® ed, with shoe rack, hanging bar •»: • Guides... ■ I extra storage space. 3] x ■v 34”-7 Drawer HIGHBOY CHEST : :®¥S?S: : JW4SSS 0) CREST 5 DRAWER 2BL x 16** 43H $ 59 95 m LINGERIE CHEST $39*5 Kaufman’s showrooms are full of every room of your home ...Hr home, so simple to finish and yoi&lt; ed possible! Let us help you with...
Businesswoman of the year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Businesswoman of the year Joyce Turney, postmaster for the city of South Pasadena, was judged top Career Woman in this year’s Leading Ladies contest sponsored by Northeast Newspapers. In private life she is Mrs. Francis Turney, mother of five, who maintains a home, an important position, and is active in varied interests in her community. She is past president of the Soroptimist Club of Pasadena and is currently president of South Pasadena Business and Professional Women. She also edits the publication, "Cali- fornia Postmaster,” and is member of the board of directors and finance chairman for the Pasadena YWCA. She holds a life membership in the FT A and served four years (by governor’s appointment) on the Advisory Council to the State Board of Nurse Examiners. In 1969 she was residential chairman for the South Pasadena United Crusade and is state parliamentarian for the National Association of Postmasters. She attended Oklahoma State University and the University of Redlands, and ...
Honorable mention [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Honorable mention Top businesswomen whose names were submitted to Northeast Newspapers contest include: Daisy Brooks . . . Louise Cook . . . Connie Destito . . . Michelle Jeannette . . . Nevart Jamgotchian . . . Estelle Moore . .. Virginia Moreno . . . Mrs. Max Magdalena . . . Crete Meindorfner . . . Mary Orlando . . . Helen Page . . . Trudy Pafford . . . Julie Ramos ... Dr. Bonnie Templeton . • . Mary Provencia . . .
She probes problems of pollution [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
She probes problems of pollution ■ Dr. Bonnie Templeton, former curator of the Los Angelea County Museum of Natural history, is now a consultant and researchist in pollution and environmental problems. The Highland Park woman ia a fellow of Southern California Academy of Sciences and a life member of many botanical organizations. She also enjoys homemaking and designed the family home ~ . even helped to build it. She enjoys marimba music and art and is active with Los Angelea Beautiful, Women’s University Club and Garden Club. ‘Through her awareness of civic problems,” says Dr, Templeton, the career woman must use her abilities to meet large scale social problems not ordinarily thought to be the role of a businesswoman.
School principals are not like the ones you remember [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
School principals are not like the ones you remember “A n elementary school principal must be able to repair anything from broken plumbing ... to hurt feelings,” says Lorene Lowe Miele, principal at Dahlia Heights. She fills the bill adequately, and in addition to other attributes, provides a delightful sprig of humor. Belying her youthful appearance, she has been a school principal for 30 years. She began her teaching career in Bakersfield where she recalls with a laugh her "most difficult pupil” whom she sized up the first day of school as one who badly needed to learn to mind. Did she succeed? "No, not a bit,” she giggles. "But I got a letter from him the other day. Guess what? He’s now a principal.” Mrs. Miele (then known as Miss Lowe) is a principal the kids don’t forget. She receives scores of letters from former pupils, and nothing makes the job seem so worthwhile as to find out she’s helped steer a child in the right direction. Time was when the small fry tringed in terror a...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Councilman's deputy speaks out Women in politics [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Councilman's deputy speaks out Women in politics "Need more women in politics? "Most definitely,” says Marcia Dickinson, Councilman Arthur Snyder’s only feminine field deputy, and a woman who loves her job. "But the fact that we don’t have more women in public office isn’t a matter of men’s excluding them; women simply don’t vote for other women.” She cites the desirability of women in places of political importance, pointing out that since they bear the children, they have a more specific interest in the future. Mrs. Dickinson is actually on par with the male deputies, since duties ar apportioned geographically and not according to the nature of the case being handles. The personable women deputy has had a long career in politics, having serves as secretary of the Democratic Central Committee for five years, and has also been a member of the state committee. Managing a political campaign is where Marcia really shines; especially in planning and coordinating the many facets that com...
Daya Mata The girl who became 'Queer/ of Fellowship [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Daya Mata The girl who became 'Queer/ of Fellowship Daya Mata, who came to Northeast Los Angeles as a school girl from Utah, became interested in Self Realization (SRF) while still very young. She never dreamed that she would one day be called upon to act as spiritual leader of the fast-growing organization which is known all over the world. A protege of the famed Paramahansa Yogananada, she spent years in study and meditation before assuming this uniquely important position. She is sought after as a speaker all over India, where SRF had its beginnings, and this year headed the great international ingathering here in Los Angeles. Vivacious, intelligent, and charming, Daya Mata is equally at ease with kings and prime ministers as in a mud hut on the shore of the Changes .
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Ladies of the Low When 'Counsel7 is a lady [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Ladies of the Low When 'Counsel 7 is a lady All of the time that pretty Gloria Reed was studying law' she had a theory that women were "naturals” for the branch of the legal profession that has to do with domestic relations, and was a strong advocate of the new system that is now in effect. Now, as a practicing attorney in Eagle Rock, she finds that she was right. Not only do women with domestic problems come to another woman more .readily, but many men do, too. Much of her work has to do with "dissolution,” the process that we once called "divorce,” in which the parties separate on a np-blame basis so that much of the hostility (at least in the courtroom) is removed. However, Mrs. Reed does not confine her cases to domestic relations. As a general practitioner, she covers the field, W'hich means running the gamut of emotions of people in trouble. Peer Pressure Being a woman in a profession long dominated by men is nof all gentlemanly bows and "may-I-kiss-your hand, madame.” In her ...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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