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Page B5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
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Page B6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
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Page B7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
lack s Decker s|g 9 9 If EASY TO WIN WIN lof 8 CANS by AMC f | 1975 Matador Brougham Plus over 1500 other prizes NOTHING TO BUY NOTHING TO WRITE eagle reck blvd. at fair park, cl. 5-1451 USE THIS COUPON TO ENTER THE 810 SWEEPSTAKES This is Your Fall Golden Value Days Sweepstakes Entry Form. There's Nothing to Boy, No Jlagles or Slogans to Write. Simply till In the Coupon I Deposit In Our Store NAMLAOORESS 2223 FAIRPARK AVE. OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. (Across from Mayfair &amp; Savon) SUN. 9 A.M. TO 3 P.M. CITY_ STATE -ZIP. DEALERS NAME ADDRESSCITY.. JSTATEZIP Sub«M« to Moral, State A local law*. Not Open to Contestant* Whom ParNcloation I. Otahibttad. Price* Will bo Awarded on a National Rota TWO-BPeED JIG SAW KIT Four jig saw blades, blade packet, rip fence included. #7519 SAVE $6.88 CORDLESS GRASS SHEAR Trims orass ypur mower can't get Easy to handle Rechargeable. Special 3V2-INCH BENCH VISE by Gamble Imports ideal for the handyman or hobbyist. # 100TW/HBV/02. REG. 7.89 i...
Meet the leading ladies in town [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
Meet the leading ladies in town Additional photos will be found on page 9 MARY ABEYTA El Sereno CHARLOTTE COBB Eagle Rock PEARL GONZALES El Serena SHEILA HUDSON Eagle Rock SHIRLEY MINSER MARIAN PERRAULT Highland Park GLORIA SPENCER Lincoln Heights DOLORES BARELA Highland Park VIRGINIA CORDOVA Highland Park naomi graham Highland Park JEANEANE JOHNSON Highland Pork MARTHA MOREN Highland Park MARIA PROVENCIA Highland Park ANITA STOREY El Sereno MIGGIE BRATTON Highland Park ELEANOR DUFFY Eagle Rock MARGARET GUERRA El Serena IRENE JORDAN Eagle Rock CYNTHIA NEWLAND Mt. Washington BARBARA PULSKAMP South Pasadeno LOIS SZUKALA El Sereno DENISE BRENT Highland Park PATRICIA ENGEL Highland Park GENEVIEVE HALL El Serena BEA JUE Mt. Washington NAOMI NIELSON Eagle Rock SILVIA RAMBA Eagle Rock JACKIE THORP El Sereno LUCY CARREON Lincoln Heights MARGARET FAY South Pasadena DOLORES T. HAMILTON Highland Park NATALIE LAKE Eagle Rock MARY ORLANDO Lincoln Heights LUCY VALLES El Sereno MARTERESA CARVELLO ...
i, .. i ii... Sister Virginia Women advised to know their worth [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
i, .. i ii... Sister Virginia Women advised to know their worth £ Sister Virginia of All Saints Catholic Church has been prominently mentioned by members of :he community as an example of womanhood in action. Beloved by the community, Sister Virginia’s work becomes interdenominational when she participates in the CCD School of Religion where children from public schools in the area as well as parochial students. T “I feel very keenly that women play a tremen-dous-part, in building a better community,” says : Sister Virginia. "Their influence in the home and in die schools cannot be equaled. An understanding and appreciation of this fact on the part of every woman in the community is vital to the moral ;iber of the area. If each woman truly believed in her own worth and in her value to the community, women would ae a tremendous force in building a better com■nunity. I believe that it is part of my work to help women understand this.
What 50 women say 'We believe in working together7 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
What 50 women say 'We believe in working together 7 From more than 5 0 women, suggested by their friends and neighbors, have come some interesting conclusions about women and the changing scope of their activities. When Northeast Newspapers first began the annual contest, emphasis was put upon homemaking, and although "keeping a neat and friendly place for the family” ranks high on the list for most of the women interviewed, it has lost its priority. Women, in general are moving past the hearth, the neighborhood club and auxiliary to more ecumenical goal. More than 22 percent are involved in politics in some way although none holds public office. (rules prevent it). Prime concern seems to be education, ecology and support for law-enforcement agencies. They are impelled to coordinate their efforts to make them effective. Examples are the Block-parent movement, the school advisory councils, ne i g hborhood protection groups in which the police and residents meet to discuss their inter...
Scholarships awarded to three girl students [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
Scholarships awarded to three girl students Three El Sereno girls hold •oveted scholarship awards rom the Friday morning )lub of El Sereno. 0-0-0 Miss Carol Ann Vanlersall, daughter of the lev. and Mrs. Ralph /andersall, maintained a t.40 average at Wilson High md will now attend s asadena College where she will study to be a dental issistant In addition to scholastic ixceUence, she was Fashion show Queen in 1974, a mem)er of the high school band md was active in church groups, 0-00 Miss Annie Jan Fong, iaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fong, holds a 3.78 jrade average and will major in biological sciences at UCLA. She’s athletically inclined, having “lettered” in varsity basketball, tennis and volleyball She also participates in church musical groups and high school gospel teams, o-o-o Miss Olivia Marie Martinez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Martinez has a 3.58 average and is now a junior at USC where she made the dean’s list. She’s a member of Alpha Lamba Delta Honorary Society an...
Salute the women in military [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
Salute the women in military Military-minded lassies of the Highlands are many. As women achieve equality, there will be more and more women taking part in the armed forces. Damaris Warner of Eagle Rock, got her start back in World War II when she achieved her sergeant’s stripes and served overseas in the Italian campaign. The Eagle Rock former WAC, is also gifted musically and formed one of the first choral groups in the overseas units. She is now president of Eagle Rock chapter American Association of Retired Persons. o-o-o Cynthia Ann Newland of Mt Washington West is a member of the United States Army Reserve and was a sergeant in the Women’s Auxiliary Corps as a nurse. She holds a national defense meritorious achievement medal as well as numerous first aid citations. She is presently employed at Huntington Memorial Hospital. She has two children and in interested in gardening, interior decorating, rug - making and knitting. She also likes to ski, play golf anft swim. *■
hfeads Parents of Air Force [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
hfeads Parents of Air Force Jeaneane Johnson of Highland Park is the newlyinstalled president of Flight 9, United States Air Force Mothers. The organization seeks to bring together parents of the men and women of the Air Force. Serving with Mrs. Johnson are Bertha Wallace, first vice president; Edith Pruitt, second I vice president; Eppie Brice, : secretary; Helen Vrana, • treasurer. i- Mrs. Johnson has charge pf service projects, hospital £nd community services.
Her literary genius wins many plaudits [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
Her literary genius wins many plaudits Known nation wide in literary circles is Marilyn Ferguson, finalist in the contest for Mt. Highland Park Woman of the Year. Mrs. Ferguson’s ‘‘Brain Revilution,” a scholarly treatise on the human brain, presented in a contemporary and exciting style, has received accolades from all over the world. Years of research went into the book which is now in its third printing. Mrs. Ferguson, who is also a guilding light in the Alternative School Association is active with literary and educational groups.
Page B9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
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Tips from the best cooks in town [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
Tips from the best cooks in town Jennie's Pumpkin Pie 1 nine inch pie shell 2 eggs 14 cups pumpkin 4 tsp. salt 1 tsp. cinnamon 4 tsp. ginger 4 tsp. cloves ■ , 1 2-3 cups light cream Mix filling ingredients in order and pour into shell. EGG NOG 1 doz. eggs yolks mixed with 4 pound sugar 1 qt. whipping cream (whipped until firm). 4 gallon vanilla ice cream. Mix ice cream with one dozen egg whites stiffly beaten. Combine ingredients and top with nutmeg. Jennie Castorena Wanda's Pecan Pie 3 eggs well beaten 1 cup white sugar 1 cup white corn syrup 1 tbsp. vanilla 1 1 2 cups pecans 1 9 or 10 inch pie shell Line unbaked pie shell with pecans. Beat other ingredients and pour over pecans. Bake for one hour at 250 degrees. Wanda Hatler PAT S ENCHILADAS Patricia Engel, who combines a job as dental hygienist with that of homemaker has six children to feed and she says: •They are ALWAYS hungry.” That’s why she uses this recipe for enchiladas (to serve 15). Everybody likes them . . . and they're...
Cheese and Corn Casserole [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
Cheese and Corn Casserole 1 can cream style corn 8 soda crackers 'e cup grated cheese 1 can onion rings I ' 2 cups milk 1 egg Cover bottom of baking dish with four crackers and spoon in *2 can of corn, then layer of onion rings and half of the cheese. Repeat, but reserve the rest of the onion rings. Lightly beat the egg and mix milk and pour over all. Bake in moderate oven until brown. Sprinkle remaining onion rings on top and return to oven for a few minutes. 1 an original recipe from Florence Holden)
Page B10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
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