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ASXOR RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
ASXOR RETURNS Gertrude Astor, the first actress to wear bobbed hair on the screen several years ago, played a role in Paramount’s Gay Nineties epic “Tombstone (The Town Too Tough to Die),” which Henry Sherman produced. Love, in its highest manifestation, is the richest, most persuasive, most powerful thing that God has to offer —it i« the only weapon we need. — Rev. H. R. L. Shepard. Love of God and man is love of good and its expression.— Yoder.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
SIERRA Eagle Bock at Colorado AT.. 4729 FREE PARKING Now Playing thru Saturday "MAN .AT LARGE” with Marjorie Weaver, Geo. Reeves Also "LADY IN THE MORGUE” Saturday Matinee— CASH PRIZES FOR CHILDREN Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara in HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY’ And "DOUBLE TROUBLE” Jackpot Keno Every Wednesday 11 Here's Quality When it comes to highballs and cocktails . . . we’re mighty fussy ... we know you can’t make good ones that really hit the spot without using good liquors, you’ll find all the top grade labels here, and what’s inside is never a disappointment. The TOPS Cafe 1911 N. Figueroa St. DALE 8828 Eagle Rock Blvd. AL 99) 2 Now! Ends Saturday Errol Flynn, Olivia da Havllland in "THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON" Cesar Romero, Carole Landis, Milton Berio in “A GENTLEMAN AT HEART” SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION LeaM how to fight the BB€ BUTZ! I Also A IMeney Cartoon M Jackpot Keno Frl. and Sat. $$ Son.. Mon.. Tues. April 19. 20. 21 Gary Cooper. Barbara Stanwyck ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
UNION PACIFIC * % m h % % * m » » /e/p/ &gt; iot&gt; can OH • Now more than ever before those railroad warning signs should be rigidly observed, night and day. A fleet of powerful Union Pacific locomotives are hauling precious cargoes over the Strategic Middle Route, connecting the East with the West. Rolling over the rails are shipments of materials for armament plants, trainloads of troops emd supplies. They must go through without delay, America's welfare and your welfare are at stake. Please, then, be extremely careful when approaching railroad crossings. In that way you, too, con help. For Complete Iniormation T. L. VOGEL, General Agent, Pasadena 205 W. Colorado Phone SYcamore 2*4107 LOS ANGELES: 434 West Sixth Street Telephone THinity 9211 UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD ShcUeqie Middle Route «
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
BEAUTY At Its Finest A service still available at the same low cost CADET FLUFF Just a mass of soft, fluffy bangs and upswept side waves will make you the sweetheart of any battalion! You can do wonders with your hair with your new Wondr-Wave wave. Get yours now for up-to-the-minute hair styling! * \ : -m V Jf All Complete No Extras to Pay CLAIROL TOUCHtJP COMPLETE Don’t let those grey O . hairs tell on you. We can Permanent Wave over Clairol. Includes Shampoo, Flngerwave 2 39 MAGHINELESS Due to shortages, $2 49 we don’t know how long we will be able to offer this outstanding value— NO EXTRAS All the Curls you need! SHAMPOO, FINGERWAVE 39* RINSE AND DRIED —Any day of the week 5603? No. Figueroa AL. 9906 rran W* n »JL J fiUTT BEfIUTr SHOPS 5603? No. Figueroa AL. 9906 . Seven shops to serve you. See phone book for one nearest you. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE J. J. NEWBERRY CO. 5c - 10c ■ 2sc STORE 5031 YORK BLYD.
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl Breathlessness, palpita tio n , and chest pain are the usual indications of some heart ailment, but it is absolutely necessary that your doctor make an examination and give you his opinion. A person having real heart trouble often has to limit his activities in order to be comfortable. The limit is only bounded by the production of breathlessness, palpitation, or pain. In the cases of real heart trouble, such precautions and limitations are an absolute necessity for continued comfort and life. Be sure that the restrictions that you practice are called for by discussing the matter with your doctor. Treatment as prescribed by your doctor may lessen the limitations placed on your activities by the heart, but the treament and your activities are both subject to your doctor’s advice. Remember that rest and your doctor's treatment may give you the chance to again be occupied at a gainfull occupation.
First Aiders and Stretcher Bearers Urgently Needed [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
First Aiders and Stretcher Bearers Urgently Needed First Aiders and Stretcher Bearers are needed at the Luther Burbank Casualty clearing: station. A meeting: of the personnel of the station was held Thursday evening, April 9, Dr. Moes of the county health department, who originated the idea of the casualty clearing stations, was present and gave a lecture on the operation of the clearing station. Dr. Helen Martin, one of the staff members, gave a lecture on gases, explained their action and the methods used to combat them. The personnel of the station Is under the supervision of Dr. Rufus David, with H. O. Brower as adjutant. The personnel is complete with the exception of holders of advance first aid cards and ableboriic'' - who can act as str ' - revs in case of a dis-a-ste . . ork is all of a volunteer na.: ,nd those who wish to volunteer for this work must take some preliminary training and be ready for action. A group of first aiders meet at Annandale School every Wednesday eve...
Brotherhood Group Hear Address by Rabbi Sucher [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Brotherhood Group Hear Address by Rabbi Sucher Services at the Community Chest last Friday evening were held under the sponsorship of the newly formed brotherhood group and Rabbi Moses Sucher, spiritual leader of the temple, delivered the address of the evening, "Why a Temple Brotherhood.” Stressing the urgent need of increased interest in the spiritual activities of the temple, Rabbi Sucher said, "there are growing Indications of the approach of a new time—without spirit no organization is able to survive. To revive that spirit is the prime purpose of this group. People become dissatisfied with their former way of life. We are on the steady march for more permanent values. The burning symbol of the synagogue sends us its radiant message of new hope today. "The synagogue had always been the fountain of inspiration and encouragement in times of trouble but in the course of time the synagogue lost its importance; materialism and mechanism conquered the mind of the man in the street. H...
Executive Board Meet Next Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Executive Board Meet Next Tuesday The executive board of the Al- | dama Parent Teacher Association ! will meet Tuesday, April 21, at 12 noon in the school library. Mrs. Alta Thompson was a Highland Council hostess at the Parent Teacher Association annual convention of the 10th District Parents and Teachers held April 9 at Franklin High School. Mrs. Ruth Rose, Mrs. Amelia Downs and Mrs. Florence Johnston w§re delegates from Aldama. The adult education class of sewing held at Aldama has been consolidated with the class at Buchanan Elementary School under the direction of the same teacher, Mrs. M. Downs, and will meet every Monday from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Buchanan School.
Mrs. C. Maxson to Preside at Meeting-Of Women’s Society [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Mrs. C. Maxson to Preside at MeetingOf Women’s Society Mrs. Charlotte Maxson, president of the Women’s Society of Christian Service of the Highland Park Methodist Church, will preside at the regular monthly meeting to be held in the church parlors Thursday, April 16, at 11:00 a.m. At noon a-luncheon will be served by the Eyerick-Maeder Circle. The afternoon program will be given in the dining room. Mrs. Bart Jacobson, of the Baptist Church, will lead the devotions. An original play, "They Also Serve,’’ will be given, with twenty of the church ladies in the cast. The prologue was written by Mrs. Jennie Ashton.
Room Mothers of Yorkdale P.-T.A. Schedule Card Party [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Room Mothers of Yorkdale P.-T.A. Schedule Card Party The room mothers of the Yorkdale Parent-Teacner Association, under the direction of Mrs. W. E. Fowler, will hold a card party on Friday night, April 17, at the Highland Park Playground. Clubhouse, 6150 Piedmont Street. Bridge, 500, bunco and pinochle will be played with an award of 100 points to those who arrive on time. Refreshments will conclude the evening's entertainment. The public is urged to support this party as the proceeds of 25c per player will be placed directly into the association’s War Emergency fund. That friendly chap may tell a Jap.
Delevan Drive P.-T.A. Schedules Meeting For This Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Delevan Drive P.-T.A. Schedules Meeting For This Afternoon The April meeting of Delevan Drive Parent-Teacher Association, having been postponed because of conviction with the Tenth District convention date, will be held today at 1:30 p.m. in the school bungalow. At this time there will be shown two films that the public is particularly urged to see. One is “Aluminum” and the other, “Power For Defense.” Mrs. Henrietta Schultz, principal of Delevan Drive School, will be the speaker of the afternoon, developing the day’s theme of “Education.” As a special treat Mrs, E. W. Prout will present a group of Indian readings and songs in costume. Election of officers ror the coming year will be held at this time. Attending the 43rd Annual Convention of the 10th District of C.C. P.T. at Franklin High School recently were the following members of Delevan Drive P.-T.A.; Mesdames Mildred Thost, Ora Ford, Aileeni McConnell, Elsie Thomas, Katherine Sisk, Helen Wismer, Marjorie Wood, Ena Murray, and ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
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Wardens To Have Dance Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Wardens To Have Dance Saturday Final arrangements now are being made for the Community No. 1 zone wardens’ dance and card party, to be held in the Legion clubhouse, 227 North Avenue 55, next Saturday evening, April 18, 8 p.m. All 10 'zone wardens of the community, are sponsoring the affair, with C. Walter Scott, of Zone No. 9, and George A. Terhune, of Zone No. 6, serving as co-chairmen. All proceeds of the party will be given away during the evening in defense stamps, with a grand prize of an $18.75 bond. A seven-piece band will furnish music. Hot dogs and pop will be served as refreshments. Purpose of the dance and party is to create a better acquaintance ; and understanding between air j raid wardens of the community. In addition to the dancing, bingo, 500, bridge, and pinochle will be ; played.