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Page B3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

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Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Page B3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Making a pretty picture as they gather for convention at the Huntington Sheraton Hotel are these officers and chairmen for the Twentieth Century Club of Eagle Rock: Mrs. Annie Darajky, Mrs. Robin Darajky, Mrs. William Adams, Mrs. Thomas Roscoe, Miss Helen Parrett, Mrs. Evelyn Welland, Mrs. Edward Smith (District president), Mrs. Reserl Keen (club president), Mrs. Paul Hughes, Mrs. Earl Ritter, Mrs. John B. Franklin and Mrs. Leslie Hanson. The club, with its 197 members, meets the second Thursday of each month at noon at 5105 Hermosa Ave. Women of the 20th Century

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Mrs. Edward Smith heads district Women's Clubs [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Mrs. Edward Smith heads district Women's Clubs Mrs. Edward W. Smith, first vice-president and dean of club presidents, was installed as president of Verdugo District, California Federation of Womens Clubs at the 18th convention held recently at HuntingtonSheraton Hotel, Pasadena. Mrs. Smith has served Verdugo District in many capacities, including I e a dership Development, over the past 12 years. She received training as a member of the Twentieth Century Club of Eagle Rock for more than 21 years. If fact, she attended Twentieth Century as a child with her mother. She is also a member of Alumnae of Verdugo District Board and the Parliamentary Club of Alumnae of Verdugo , District Board and the Pu She received training as a member of the Twentieth Century Club of Eagle Rock for more than 21 years. In fact, she attended Twentieth Century as a child with her mother. She is also a member of Alumnae of Verdugo District Board and the Parliamentary Club of Glendale, and holds a membership ...

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Here's hoi poloi of Highlands Council [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Here's hoi poloi of Highlands Council Heading Highlands Council PTA for the year ahead is a roster of officers from the local Associations including; Annandale, Aldama, Buchanan, Bushnell Way, Dahlia, Delevan, Eagle Rock, Fletcher Drive, Garvanza, Glassell Park, Mt. Washington, RockdaVe, San Pascual, Yorkdale. OFFICERS ARE: ' Mrs. Robert Reynolds, president Mrs. Iris Roman, first vice president Mrs. John Fuqua, second vice president Mrs. Anthony Moreno, secretary Mrs. Larry Hatler, treasurer Mrs. Roland Marquette, auditor Mrs. Raymond Barela, historian Mrs. John Kocher, parliamentarian.

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Arroyo Vistas [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Arroyo Vistas Arroyo Vista Woman’s Club, founded in 1931 and federated in 1934, meets the second Wednesday of each month at 1:15 and the fourth Wednesday at 10 30 a.m. at 437 Redfield Ave. Officers are: Mrs. Norma Johnson, president Mrs. Paul Miller, first vice president Mrs. Russel] Vick, third vice president Mrs. Claude Watson, recording secretary Mrs. Hugo Lindeman, treasurer Mrs. Ralph Ward, parliamentarian Mrs. Forest Davis, programs Mrs. William Hoagland, publicity.

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HP Ebell Club [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

HP Ebell Club Highland Park Ebell Club was organized in 1903 and was federated with the state in 1905. The club meets the first and third Tuesdays at 11 a.m. at 131 S. Ave. 57. OFFICERS ARE: Mrs. Paul Carius president Mrs. Eva Kerns, first vice president Mrs. Fay Kreuger, second vice president Mrs. Ruby Wyco f f, recording secretary Mrs. Lewis Meek corresponding secretary Mrs. Evelyn Sawyer, treasurer and parliamentarian Mrs. Fred Schupp, public affairs chairman.

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Women make music [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Women make music With Northeast Symphony one of the most prominent influences in Northeast Los Angeles, this area is a logical center for women who say “make mine music.'’ o-o-o Rosemarie Welch, a beautiful soprano with a long list of credits in the operatic world, has become an integral part of her community. Having had the lead in the Symphony’s successful “Traviata” presented last summer, Miss Welch is also teaching voice at Franklin Adult School and helping with the opera workshop in which persons who are interested in music get together to plan their next extravaganza. 0,0-0 Sophie Angel, a charter member of the Northeast Symphony Board and an avid worker for the group, was at one time a noted singer herself. She is the founder of the Monday Seniors of Highland Park, a past president of Bina B'rith and chairman for the March of Dimes (for 20 years) in the Northeast area. Mrs. Angel is a life member of PTA and heads many philanthropic drives in the community. o-o-o Charlotte Cob...

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She heads California State PTA [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

She heads California State PTA Mrs. Lennert Swenson of South Pasadena holds the top spot in the state for PTA. Mrs. Swenson was installed as president of California State PTA at a statewide convention held m San Francisco last May. She previously served as vice president of the state and was general chairman for the convention which hosted delegates from some 4500 units. The local woman began her PTA career at Marengo Street school where she served as president and later held the presidential gavel at South Pasadena PTA Council and went on to head first District PTA. MRS. LENNERT SWENSON

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For women who care League of Voters.. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

For women who care League of Voters.. The Northeast League of Women Voters meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, at 7:45 p.m. at the Eagle Rock City Hall, at the comer of Colorado Blvd. and Maywood Ave. The League is a nonpartisan group concerned with learning more about government processes and issues in order to become better informed citizens. LWV believe that informed voters are necessary for a healthy democracy. National, state, county and city issues are studied throughout the year. The LWV has observers at the City Council. Board of Supervisors, the Commissioners, and the Board of Education. It takes action only after the issues have been studied in depth and a consensus of the member’s opinions has been taken. Before every election all ballot measures are discussed with both the pros and cons equally represented, and non partisan information on the candidates is available. The two meetings in October will be concerned with the November state elections. Linda...

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She declared a war on graffitti [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

She declared a war on graffitti Evelyn Schnieder is the worst enemy graffiti ever had. As secretary for the York Chamber of Commerce (for the third year), Mrs. Schneider with her “sisters” from Alpha Phi got out and painted over the offending letters themselves. She’s a member of the Board of Northeast Symphony and hospitality chairman for the newlyformed Soroptimist Club. Widowed in 1951 and the mother of three children and two grandchildren, she has had a versatile career, as bookkeeper, dress designer and is now self employed with ABMT. She likes photography, reading, swimming, painting and golf. MRS. GIL OZATALAR—heads the roster of Eagle Rock Twentieth Century Juniors. Serving with her are. Mrs. George Bird, first vice president; Mrs. Dennis Killeby, second vice president; Mrs. Gary Dennis, ways and means; Mrs. Robert Dunn, recording secretary; Mrs. William L ucas, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Edward Scalise, treasurer; Mrs. Norman Taylor, first director; Mrs. Kenneth S c o v ...

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Margarita Rosales [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Margarita Rosales Marianne BI anch e r, young and pretty and with an enviable background in modeling, conducts the Wendy Ward Charm School for girls at Eagle Rock Plaza.

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Page B4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

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Page B4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Heading Eagle Rock American Legion Au»itiary ?76 this year is Marie Epifanos, wko has servecj the au*iliary in mqny capacities. Her publicity book won a state pri»e last year and her Poppy and ROW projects have proved very successful. Marie Epifqnos

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MonaPfovencia 'Contribute Don't just exist' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

MonaPfovencia 'Contribute Don't just exist' Maria Provencia of Highland Park, is an active worker with Red Cross, an expert swimmer who teaches others the sport, a volunteer worker for scores of philanthropies. “A woman should be active in many roles," says Mrs. Provencla (who follows her own advice) “She is an employee, mother, volunteer etc. She should educate herself on the needs of the community so that she may inform others of the problems and then participate in what is to be done. "She should not merely exist, but contribute." Mrs- Provencia likes to swim, dance and play tennis. She also creates gourmet meals on an international basis.

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Page B5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

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