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Fletcher Drive P.T.A. Has Interesting-Program For Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Fletcher Drive P.T.A. Has InterestingProgram For Today Conservation of Natural and Human Resources is the theme of, the Fletcher Drive P.-T.A,. meeting to be held in the school auditorium, Thursday, March 19, at 2 p.m. Mrs. Sloan’s room will present a conservation program. A motion picture on consumer education, entitled “Managing the Family Income” will be shovm. Washington Irving Glee Club will be presented under the direction of Miss Hinkleman, musical director. Anyone interested in organizing a Cub Scout Unit in Fletcher Drive School may receive Information concerning same by calling Mrs. Ethel'Benninger at ALbany 3094.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
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Poetry and Music Club to Present Interesting- Program [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Poetry and Music Club to Present Interesting- Program The Poetry and Music Club will present a program at Barker Bros. Auditorium on Wednesday, April Ist, at 1:30 p.m. Program chairman, Enid Daniel Jones. Constance Walker will present readings from her new book of illustrated desert songs, “The Courage of Joshua.” There will be selections from the club’s Verse Choir and other attractions.

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Pupils of Miss Hoyt Entertain Members Of Garvanza P.-T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Pupils of Miss Hoyt Entertain Members Of Garvanza P.-T.A. Last Thursday, March 12th, marked the monthly meeting of Garvanza Parent-Teacher association. Miss Hoyt’s pupils gave an interesting program on the subject “The Measuring Stick.” Luther Burbank Boys’ Glee Club presented the musical portion of the program under the able direction of Mrs. Lundgren. Mrs. Harry P. Bowman spoke on the topic of Defense Bonds. The first aid class has at present a capacity enrollment. Mrs. Helen Ames Is the able instructor. The Red Cross sewing group which meets each Wednesday is making quilts for emergency use until Red Cross material is available. Two lovely quilts have been completed at this publication. The executive board wish to express _ their appreciation for the response to the sale of rolls held last Friday. Over 100 dozen rolls were sold. Special thanks to our president, Mrs. R. E. McNamara, are extended for her part in making the sale possible.

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Yorkdale P.-T.A. Sees Film on Fire Prevention [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Yorkdale P.-T.A. Sees Film on Fire Prevention “Home Fire Prevention” was the film presented to the Yorkdale Parent-Teacher members by Captain Ross on Tuesday, March 10. The following members were nominated for offices next year: Mrs. C. A. Hall, president; Mrs. C. E. Buchanan, vice president; Miss Anamay Chapman, second vice president; Mrs. W. F. Bailey, secretary; Mrs., W. C. Fowler, treasurer? Mrs. E. H. Aullman, auditor; Mrs. S. A. Bacus, historian; and Mrs. W. D. Turner, parliamentarian. Entertainment was presented by children from rooms 4, 6 and 9 and mothers from rooms 7 and 8 served refreshments.

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County Officers of W.C.T.U. to Conduct Institute Here [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

County Officers of W.C.T.U. to Conduct Institute Here Members and friends of the Highland Park Women’s Christian Temperance Union will welcome the County officers as they come to conduct an all day County Institute in the Highland Park Christian Church, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on March 27, 1942, which will be the last Friday of the month and the regular meeting day of the local union.

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Glassell Park P.-T.A. Guests of President In Recent Visit [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Glassell Park P.-T.A. Guests of President In Recent Visit Members of the Executive Board of Glassell Park P.-T.A. enjoyed a day at Montrose with Mrs, Dessie E. Matthews, President of the organization, Friday, March 13th. Mrs. Matthews has been living at Montrose for the past few months. The purpose of the meeting was to fill out reports for the past year for each of the various chairman.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

N. LUBOVISKI ANNOUNCES NEW LOCATION OF HIS MUSIC SHOP 5520 YORK BOULEVARD Formerly located at 5117 York Blvd. innnTionnL defease OPEN A COAST FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT OR BUY UNITED STATES DEFENSE BONDS AT f COAST FEDERAL SAVINGS J O E C R 4 I L y PRESIDENT EIGHTH AND BROADWAY • LOS ANGELES g*. SECOND FLOOR MERRITT BUILDINO DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE MAY CO. S' ) wevr/Ueei^ WILSON'S SLICED BACON 33* YEARLING LAMB LEGS 1 C lb. Jake’s Meat Market 3400 FLETCHER DRIVE IN MOBLEY’S GROCERY SPRING NURSERY SALE STARTING SATURDAY, MARCH 21 LARGE NURSERY STOCK At Greatly Reduced Prices NO TELEPHONE ORDERS - NO DELIVERIES COME EARLY FOR REST SELECTIONS FLETCHER FLORIST & NURSERY 3952 EAGLE ROCK DLVD. Just Below the Robert’s Ranch Market

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Get Your GREETING CARDS Here KODAK - FILM DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING Anderson’s Photo Shop 5811 N. Figueroa St. DR. B. SCHWARTZ Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 4 5224 No. Figueroa St. ALbany 4201

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

C re s; £ e’£ MAN MAY WONDER TORRENTS of rain and blazing suns have left unscathed the overwhelming dignity of that strange entity—the wise and aged Sphinx. Many may wonder at its seeming eternal power, man may wonder at its mighty beauty . . . yet it is a work of man as man is a work of God. And as the sphinx shall endure forever, so must man, recalled to His kingdom after a brief terrestrial interlude. UNEXCELLED SERVICE AND 4824 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. 5860 N. FIGUEROA ST. ESTABLISHED 1911 NONE LESS EXPENSIVE EAGLE ROCK REDWOOD CHAPEL CLeveland 6-2211 HIGHLAND PARK LOS ANGELES ALbany 0166 * CALL BUSK AND BE SURE LOCAL AND NATIONWIDE MOVING & SHIPPING We Gladly Quote Estimates Without Cost or Obligation BUSK VAN & STORAGE CO. MOVING - PACKIN G- SHIPPING - STORAGE 6060 N. Figueroa St. ALbany 0159 When IT’S TIME TO MOVE 'Think of to. PHONE AL.-0159 6060 N. FIGUEROA-

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

r 65—Real Estate Wanted Loans • Rentals - Insurance Exchanges - Notary WORDEN REALTY 5151 York Blvd. AL-2078 ~ LISTINGS WANTED Have buyers for all types of property in Highland Park. Come In or call E. P. POHRTE 5233 No. Figueroa AL-1790 wandal 73—Money to Loan $5OO-$l5OO-$2OOO-$2500 To loan at 6% on good residential or commercial. Straight or amortized. Free appraisals. Wilbur J. Filley 5113 York Blvd. AL-3016 $5OO to $2500 at 6% Easy Monthly Payments $2500 AND OVER as low as 4y 2 %. See us for your loan Problems. THAD SALMON 4121 Kagle Rock Blvd. A1>5301 81—Automobile Repairing 81-HOUB TOW SERVICE BASSETT Automotive Service General Repairing, Body and Fender Work - Battery and Electrical Work DAY CE-6-9585 NIGHT CL-6-5284 5235 York Blvd. BETTER RESULTS ORDER YOUR CLASSIFIED AD IN THE POST-DISPATCH PHONE IT TO AL-0193 OR BRING IT TO 5123 YORK BLVD. Automobiles 84 —Automobiles For Sale 1936 HUDSON 2 door sedan, Beautiful sage green finish. • Fine tires, $195 full price. V...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Automobiles 84—Automobiles For Sale (Continued) • NOTICE! Our Service Dept. Now Open 7:30 A.M. to 10 P.M, IN OUR EFFORT TO RENDER THE VERYI FINEST SERVICE TO THOSE WHO FIND IT INCONVENIENT DURING THE NORMAL HOURS OF THE DAY. HIGHLAND PARK CHEVROLET CO: 5001 N. Figueroa St. CL-6-4161 ’4l HUDSONS 10 to Choose from Beautiful, nearly new cars, Complete new car guarantee Easy Bank Terms Open Evenings and Sundays ■Your Last Chance to Get 18 Months 18 (U. S. Regulations restrict terms beginning Monday, March 22) C. M. PETERSEN "Hudson New Car Dealer'* 6181 York Blvd. Moving PACKING, SHIPPING, STORAGE IfSS MOVING; Asfc About Out Free Vacation Storage AL-0159 6060 North Figueroa Eve & Sun. AL-9264 Optometrists J. H. DANCY OPT. D. Optometrist Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed 16 Years in H. P. New Location 5566 J /2 N. Figueroa CLeveland 63431 Have DR. W. D. JACKSON OPTOMETRIST „ Examine Your Eyes AL. 8991. 5635 N. rigeruoa Plnmhing , HIGHLAND PARK PLUMBING SH...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

NIKAIDO PRODUCE For Almost a Quarter of a Century in this Community m > ’ w W m h I m mmmm It pays to look before you buy . * . fruit and vegetable prices vary considerably, so it is wise to make careful comparisons of prices that are quoted on identical merchandise. Such an investigation will show you where you can buy all your fruits and vegetables here to advantage. • We make this suggestion as we know our prices are low for the quality merchandise we handle. It has been a policy with the firm of Nikaido for over a quarter of a century in Highland Park to keep prices at the lowest level. That’s why we welcome your comparison of the values we offer. We carry a complete line of Birds-eye Frosted Foods M Pineapple Rice Pudding . Broadcast by: 'Mary Lee Taylor, Mar. li 2 eces. separated H cap pineapple V 4 cup sugar juice Vi teaspoon salt cup diced, 1 Vi cups Pet Milk canned pineapple* 3 cups cooked rice rum on oven and set at very slow (300° F.). Grease a shallow baking d...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

w i 5k .-*>w SPUING . CLEANING Ik CAMPAIGN Clean out attics, garages and all the fire traps to protect against Incendiary bomb hazards. Then step up the pace to make it a general clean - up to preserve period. Increase the life of floors by waxing; of furniture by polishing; of painted surfaces by removing: film and grease; and so on throughout your entire house. In addition to the satisfaction of a sparkling clean house, you will be doing defense efforts a really good turn. We are going to have to get along with what we have, so let’s protect it. This Market plays its part as your minute man by supplying the ammunition with which you can most effectively and most easily do that clean-up Job. Bring this ad with you to our Market as your shopping guide. w ur shW* DETAILS AT HOUSECLEANING DISPLAY Wmr*, BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Book ONLY lAt AND AFEW ONLY I||V WRAppERS 2^3o* WORTH OF SOW* WITH COUPONS IN EACH BOOK Ivory Soap Relax in a gentle Lge. M Ivory Soap Bath! size Ivory Soa...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

OAKITE ".10* 7 or all Home leaning: Purposes! HELP WIN Can 5^ GOODWINS AMMONIA Helps Makes Bathrooms Sparkle! pt <* 2i< /CLQROX FREE FROM CAUSTIC AND OTHER HARSH SUBSTANCES! fmt. Quart %-gal. 16* I 28«! WINDEX Just Spray on Win- 6-o*. dows and Wipe Clean! bot. 13 BRILLO Beautifies and Lengthens the Life of Aluminum! 5-PAD Pkg. 8* *ToX Glooming Floor* without ony grubbing olh ns o jttSS m CMI 55» rtS 59 98 • si RAIN DROPS America’s Newest Washing Sensation! "•■lo* 2 pkgs. 19* TALBOT'S Ant Powder A Sure Way to Get Rid of Ants! Med. size 130 Large size 250 PEANUT OIL 0 \ ■ ilk ODORLESS! % SMOKELESS! FINE FOODS Vienw Vienna Sausage Ready to Use! 44? No. Yi can It Deviled Meal 3 17* Gentle-Press I Tomato Juice FAKt!j MatoTuM Hi«rh VJt 2 t I S®

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

fS CA r \ ite mmoDywvfsmr serve/rmore of rev BILL ROCK’S FOR OVER TWENTY YEARS WE HAVE REEN SERVING FOLKS IN THIS AREA FANCY POT lb MAST ROCK’S PURE PORK SAUSAGE BULK LINK 33 c lb 38'lb Delicatessen Full Line of LUER’S Hygrade Cold Meats We Carry a Complete Assortment of CHEESE Headquarters for Fresh Fish For the Lenten Season RECEIVED DAILY of*2 PILISBURY Best Flour —ENRICHED—--49?J 260 9.8Lb. sack 4.9Lb. sack TANG CUDAHY'S All-Purpose Meat Serve Cold, Baked or Pried! 12-oz, can 33*

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Thoie Company In Step With Demands Of War [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Thoi\e Company In Step With Demands Of War The war and its demands and effect upon telephone operations was the dominant keynote of the annual report of The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company for 1941, recently issued by N. R. Powley, president, who stated that "The expanding program and accelerated tempo of National Defense throughout 1941 made for an unprecedented activity and a multitude of problems in every phase of our company’s operations.” Copies of the annual report were being distributed here today to employees of the telephone company as an informative and valuable ’textbook on the company’s operations, according to C .T. Brown, District Manager. In reporting his company’s operations, President Powley emphasized that “every possible step has been taken to anticipate, and to provide for, the telephone requirements of the Army and Navy, as well as other branches of our Government.”

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Defense Center In King's Market Answers Queries [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Defense Center In King's Market Answers Queries What have you done toward Civilian Defense? Have you made proper arrangements for a black-out? Do you know what to do in case of an air raid? If you can answer yet to all of these questions, you don’t need to read any further, but in the event that there are any questions you want answered about Civilian Defense, do you know where to get that information? In Glassell Park is a Civilian Defense Center, sponsored by the Co-Ordinating Council on Defense, prepared to answer all inquiries at King’s Market, 3500 Eagle Rock boulevard. The phone number is CL-6-9281. To guard our men Upon the seas Say nothing to The Nipponese.

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