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Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
PARK HIGHLAND JUBILEE DIAMOND 75 YEARS p Proud We are To Participate NOLL AUTO COMPANY 1963 1916 “One of the oldest end biggest Potkord deolers in Los Angeles, Noll Auto Company for many years has been the headquarters for the elite “Carriage trade.” This statement held true for nearly 40 years. When Packard discontinued a few years ago, President Ralph W. Baldwin and Secretary-Treasurer William A. Noll decided to convert their operations to a foreign car center. Under the General Managership of O. N. Mcßride, Noll Auto Company now is one of the largest dealers in Renaults, Austin Heolys, M.G.’s, Volvos and International Scouts. Noll Auto Company is happy to solule Highland Park on its Diamond Jubilee along with every other businessman and resident. NOLL AUTO CO. 4301 N. FIGUEROA “SERVING HIGHLAND PARK FOR OVER 47 YEARS.” (ED. NOTE—SORRY MR. LEE, WE RAN OUT OF CHINESE CHARACTERS) ro ■J.'. THE FINEST IN LUNCHES &amp; DINNERS AVENUE 60 &amp; MONTEREY ROAD CL 6-0676
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
FOR 30 YEARS GOODHOUSEKEEPING HAS BEEN DEDICATED TO GOOD LIVING IN HIGHLAND PARK "We are Proud of our part in the Growth and the Better Living of s- &gt;r HIGHLAND Herman Cohen, pioneer furnifura and appliance merchant PARK Our pioneer home furnishing slore is privileged to have contributed to the gracious community of home, that is Highland Park. *'■ m Sfan Ward, general sales manager, Goodhousekeeping Shop 30.000 Homes Are Better, More Modern Places to Live! Good In 30 years of fine furniture and appliance service to the people of Highland Park, the Good Housekeeping Shop has furnished, refurnished, modernized and remodernized some 30,000 homes. (That’s more homes by one half than there are in Highland Park, but the same people keep coming back, year after year, generation after generation.) We have been successful yes, but we count success in terms of those trim, tasteful homes that spread over the hills of Highland Park, and the gracious living within them that we have h...
25,000 boys in Scouting [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
25,000 boys in Scouting Highland Park can certainly call itself a community that looks to leadership of tomorrow as more than 25,000 boys have passed through the ranks of Boy Scouting since the program was initiated in the Northeast area. Through the combined efforts of many dedicated people in the community, the thousands of boys in the program have enjoyed the character building, citizenship training and physical fitness of scouting. Congratulations are certainly in order to the churches, parent teacher associations, service clubs, industries, business leaders and parents who have offered their willing support. The following list includes the Cub Packs, Scout Troops and Explorer Posts of the community, with sponsor, leader and number of boys in the program. Troop 43, Washington Irving Jr. High PTA, Edward Montano, 12 boys; Troop 55, LAPD, Highland Park Division, James Arnett, 45 boys; Post 55, Highland Park Lions Club, Terry Moore, 20 boys. Pack 61, St. Ignatius Catholic Church, F...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
CELEBRATING DIAMOND JUBILEE Loves HP ijj* 'To years OF PROGRESS a e a i With the Lew Clicks, father and son, it was love at first sight when they came to Highland Park to found and operate the Highland Furniture Company. The trim homes with their evidence of pride in home ownership, told them that the people would want—and demand—a home furnishing service of honest quality, honestly priced and honestly sold. Time has proven the idea was sound. Tims has brought Highland Furniture and its 30,000 customers together—close—in mutual confidence! 2 Generations of Fine Furniture Service Two generations—and 30,000 customers—away from the day in 1943 when we opened our doors, the same policy that brought the Highland Furniture Company into being, continues to guide our business. Our policy, which places sales and profits secondary to the trust and confidence of our patrons, has set the pace of steady, satisfying growth. It is reflected in the careful selection of fine furniture and appliances...
Colorful names once labeled local streets [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Colorful names once labeled local streets Highland Park has undergone a lot of changes in the past 75 years, not the least of which is almost a complete change in the names of local streetsThe community’s first subdivision, above, made under the direction of C. W. Morgan after a survey by A. Classed Patton, illustrates street name changes. Following is a list of the "then and now” names of local streets, which readers can match above: Pasadena Ave., changed to North Figueroa: Railroad Ave., changed to Marmion Way; Lemon St., changed to Monte Vista; Orange St., changed to Malta St.; Olive St., changed to Lynn St.; Oak St, changed to Granada St.; Garvanza St., changed to S. Ave. 57; Elm St., changed to N. Ave. 60; Cedar St., changed to N. Ave. 59; Laurel St., changed to N. Ave. 58; Walnut St., changed to N. Ave. 57; Cherry St., changed to S. Ave. 56; San Rafael Ave., changed to No. Ave. 56; Pine St., changed to N. Ave. 55; Sycamore St., changed to S. Ave. 54; Central Ave., changed to ...
Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE f'7s YEARStiiiliS i'iQF PROGBBSST We are Proud To Participate SLEEPY-TIME Bedding &amp; Upholstery Co. 1963-1963 Thot’s right! We’re not a year old yet. In fort, we've only been in Northeast Los Angeles for one month. Although here for only one month, we ore happy to soy that we have been met by the friendliest people anywhere in Los Angeles. The residents of Highland Pork hove more than welcomed us—although total strangers—os though we were old-time friends. Our location of 2148 W. Colorado Boulevord in Eagle Rock is so convenient. In looking at the community when we arrived from the Green Mountains of Vermont, we could not help but see that this area has not only grown in the post, but will fast become one of the most active oreos in Los Angeles. Congratulations to Highland Pork on its Diamond Jubilee, May you prosper for many more years.
Page 30 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years PROGRESS OF We Proud are To Partlmote THOMPSON REALTY 1945 1963 More thon a decade ago, 18 years to be exact, Martha and “Eugene” Thompson arrived in Highland Pork from Denver, Colorado. They had moved “to escape the winters and the big snows.” Their reaction: “Yes, we plan on staying in California, right here in Highland Park, our choice of all places in the Golden State.” With this affection for the Highlands, it is no wonder that Martha J. Thompson and company hove mode such a success in the real estate business. A very wise observation used os a slogan for the firm goes os follows: “Whether you rent, whether you buy . . . you pay for the home you occupy!” Location: 203 North Avenue 64 MEMBER NORTHEAST REALTY BOARD MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE • NOTARY
DON CARLOS OF EL ALISAL Charles Lummis-famous man of Highlands [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
DON CARLOS OF EL ALISAL Charles Lummis-famous man of Highlands By Wilfrid Deliquest His friends often called him Don Carlos. Distinguished as author, explorer, archaeologist, mentor of artists and confidant of the great, Charles Fletcher Lummis was closely associated with the Highland Park section of Los Angeles. Presidents and princes, statesmen, poets, artists, actors, singers, musicians and scientists made pilgrimages to his home, “El Alisal,” close by Arroyo Seco on E. Ave. 43. A fitting monument to his vision, the Southwest Museum perpetuates his memory from its hilitop above the valley. HE WAS UNPREDICTABLE Lummis was born in Lynn, Mass., on Mar. 1, 1859 and brought up in the New England traditions of scholarship and independence. He was a nonconformist. He was both an individual and an individualist. He delighted in reversing the rules, in doing the unexpected. Men of that breed often make reality out of dreams and stimulate the world by the originality of their minds. The ea...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 YEARS progress OF Proud We are To Participate SPORTSMEN S DEN Where are mountain trout jumping? . . . What lure will get them? How do you charter a boat for ocean fishing? How about getting a deer with a bow and arrow? These and all other questions pertaining to the great field of sports . . . can be answered by a man “who has been there.” That fellow is John W. Orr, who for 20 years has been handling sporting equipment, and handling it himself right in the great outdoors. John, a native of Highland Park, noting that the area was not served by a sporting goods store . . . and knowing the market, decided to establish himself. Since that time Orr has enjoyed a growth and reputation in the sporting goods business. Located at 5011 York Boulevard and surrounded by a collection of guns and fishing tackle, etc., etc. that any outdoor man would envy . . . John welcomes any problem in his game. Sportsmen’s Den salutes Highland Park on its 75th Birthday!
Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
' It kor ARK E T S mi COME TRUE rr ■“? - -- ■ ■ m % W i x ■ m s 1 ... M A New Modern ■ Shopping Center Kory’s prepores fo molch the excitement of the post with a golden promise for the future ... In process of planning and construction today, is a complete, modem shopping center, a concentration of bright stores and fast moving merchandising firms. It will offer new conveniences of complete selections, of spacious parking areas: and at its center will be a new KORY'S MARKET, the most modern, attractive, spacious and complete in Southern California. For Kory's it will be a dream come true . . . For Highland Pork it will be a symbol of a new era of good living the future has in store for it. YORK MW- » RSUEROA WE NEVER CLOSE § ..... mm