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A new generation takes over Teenagers accept the challenge [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
A new generation takes over Teenagers accept the challenge Teenagers and young adults have been busy in northeast Los Angeles this year, and as a new decade begins a whole new terminology is evolving. The new generation, battling conditions that those a decade behind them never experienced, have got their work cut out for them and they are doing quite nicely, thank you. Realizing that a new enemy, pollution, is threatening the world that will soon he theirs, they have backed ecology projects in full force. Youth groups have combed the highways and countryside gathering litter, and "Earth Day” was an encouraging picture of teenagers in action. At Occidental College, coeds expressed themselves quite vocally, demanding priority for campaigns that will save their world from self-destruction. They also protested the declining status of our schools, marching (in an orderly way) with the slogan "Billions for freeways? For Schools?” Involved, concerned, and united, the kids of the seventies...
S-T-R-E-T-C-H your imagination [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
S-T-R-E-T-C-H your imagination Mavis Kerr, a talented seamstress with a know-how for fabrics, got her start in Eagle Hock when she opened her first shop "Kerr’s Yardage” on Verdugo Blvd. some 16 years ago. Realizing that the advent of the stretch fabric had changed the entire picture of home-sew-ing, Miss Kerr went to San Francisco and to Oregon where special classes were conducted in learning about the "stretches” and how to deal with them. The new fabrics whose whole intention is to "stretch” must stretch in the right places and working with them effectively means the adoption of new techniques. Now Mrs. Kerr has devoted her entire talents to the subject with the opening of her new shop in Glendale. Here she teaches women to sew simply and with short cuts once known only to garment manufacturers. "Within five years, 95 percent of all fabrics will deal with ’stretch’,” she comments. "And any fashionable woman wants to keep up with the times.” Gems from other eras, as well as the mo...
Page 44 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Page 45 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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GIRL POWER In the days of their youth [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
GIRL POWER In the days of their youth Never too young to become interested in the world that gives them challenge, Brownies (pintsized Girl Scouts) and Bluebirds (fledgling Camp Fire Girls) offer many opportunities. Keeping up with the times, the girls have been active in re-seeding projects; keeping the hills green; and conducting "ecology” drives; collecting aluminum cans, glass bottles, etc. which can be re-cycled for use and avoid the problems of surplus waste. In addition, the girls enjoy many social events and camp-out experiences. Parents of very young ladies may get the information about youth groups from the school nearest them or the PTA involved. "Tastihg Party"— This trio of little girls from Glassell Park belong to the junior cooking class at Verdugo Playground where they learn to mix sugar and spice and come op with something "extra nice." Five-year-old Kerry Lang started her artistic career at a young age. The picture she drew of her Daddy won first prize in Bullock's...
Page 47 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Page 48 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
JOHN PAPPAS, Prop h—,l A FIRM PRICE Estimates, of course. Reasonable (no ups) you can depend on it. WE TAKE THEM DOWN FOR YOU And mark them carefully window by window for the rehang job. "V AND TAKE THEM AWAY TO THRIFTY’S To our own, modern plant. ULTRA MODERN PLANT Designed exclusively for draperies .. .and run by experts. THEY’RE LIKE NEW DRYCON is a marvelous new product that makes your drapes look like brand new. MACHINE FINISHED Here again our experts finish your drapes perfectly for size and shape. FAN FOLDED This is an art in itself, but on our special machine, everything comes out just perfect! AND WE REHANG THEM FOR YOU You are sure to be satisfied with the new, clean beauty. So tall us now and have your home ready for Iho Holiday season. No job too small ... no job too large. We specialize in apart* ment houses and invite owners and managers to arrange a definite yearly schedule with us. For Your Protection BULK DRY-CLEANING PER POUND No Limit! EXCLUSIVE SERVICE at THRIFTY...
South Pasadena [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
South Pasadena L. i ura Frantz Ingman, chosen South Pasadena's Woman of the Year has been active on many fronts in providing and maintaining a better community. Now serving on Mayor Bradley’s Citizen Advisory Committee on Rapid Transit, she is up to the minute on contemporary problems. The active mother of two, who previously taught at Garfield High, Emerson Junior High and Anaheim Union High, has served as president of South Pasadena League of Women Voters and was on the transit action committee for the Los Angeles County League of Women Voters. She is in her fifth year as conservation chairman for the Woman’s Club of South Pasadena and serves on South Pasadena Mayor's committee on environmental quality. She was active with the mayor’s (South Pasadena) committee on downtown revitalization and served as deputy registrar of voters for 14 years, Mrs. Ingman has been with the advisory board for the Ecology Center since 1973 and is district conservation chairman for th e California Fede...
Honorable mention [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
Honorable mention Placing second in the Women of the Year Contest are the following runners-up. Eagle Rock: CHARLOTTE COBB El Sereno; GENEVIVE HALL Highland Park NAOMI GRAHAM Lincoln Heights; EVA CASTILLO Mt. Washington NICOLENA VICK South Pasadena ANN WEBBER Finalists are EAGLE ROCK; Shirley Minser, Betty Welcome, Natalie Lake and Eleanor Duffy. EL SERENO: May Abeyta, Anita Storey and Lucy Valles. HIGHLAND PARK: Marilyn Ferguson, Flora Pacheco and Marian Perrault. LINCOLN HEIGHTS; Mary Ann Orlando, Stella Suaza and Lucy Carreon. SOUTH PASADENA: Margaret Fay, Jennie Castorena and Barbara Pulskamp. MT WASHINGTON: Bea Jue. Gloria Spencer and Cynthia Newland.
Eagle Rock [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
Eagle Rock Karen Marie Whalley, although a comparative newcomer, has been named Eagle Rock Woman of the Year. In just a little more than two years, Mrs. Whalley has made her influence felt in many vital areas in her community. 'My formal awards have been none,’’ says the pretty mother of three. "My rewards have been derived from being associated with many wonderful human beings, working together in church, school and civic activities. To me the ultimate personal reward (other than accomplishment) is the feeling of being needed and seeing my help bring happiness to others.” Volunteer Duties And, her method of bringing happiness to others includes volunteer work on an extensive basis. At St. Dominic’s School she has served as nurses’s aide, assistant teacher, yard duty mother, room mother etc. In the pre-school department she has been field trip chairman, crafts and has done yard duty work at Eagle Rock Lutheran pre-school. She is now extending her services to Toland Way School where ...
El Sereno [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
El Sereno Frances Crisostomo. El Sereno’s Woman of the Year, has served her community in almost every phase and is well aware of its needs. Mother of eight children and two grandchildren, Mrs. Crisostomo. worked with neighborhood services for many years, professionally and as a volunteer. As part of the Neighborhood Adult Participation Program, she was assigned to Cleland House in East Los Angeles and organized the community into group to promote community development. She formed block clubs and re-ac-i tivated the PTA at Higgin School; was instrumental in getting the return of the foot patrol, assisted the DPSS recipients to the then-new food \ stamp program. She wa? with Community Efforts Inc. as lest administrator and was spokesperson for the Interim Assistance Program of the city of Los Angeles. She was also active with the Hispanic Urban Center and EastNortheast Housing Development corp. At Ramona Gardens, she was improvement council chairman and at Euclid Heights Neighborhood ...