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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Special! Jumper DRESSES SLACKS N. Button front in latest styles &amp; colors. Strutter cloth, crease-resist ant. Sizes 10-20. Reg. val. $6.95. Special WOMEN’S DRESSES Sizes 12 to 52 Cute Little Children’s DRESSES $1.29 up A I Genuine sumara. T.B.L. finish. T u b 1 or izedcrease resisting. Navy. Brown. Beige. Sizes If to 20. Reg. val. s&gt;|9s $7.95 * Also Strutter Cloth Slacks—s3.9s LONG SLEEVE BLOUSES—AH styles, sizes and colors. Reg. value $2.49 s^69 N QUALITY DRESS SHOP 5934 YORK BOULEVARD Ned to York Food Market Use Our Friendly Budget Plan
PLAYGROUND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
PLAYGROUND NOTES THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS To meet the needs of the women who A«e volunteering to act as “block mothers,” school aids, or who wIH otherwise have charge of children in an emergency, a class In recreation for defense workers will be started Thursday. April 30, at 1 p.m., in the Verdugo Playground Clubhouse. The material offered will also be useful to the mother hi her home, the Sunday School teacher and the church recreation leader. The Los Angeles Playground and Recreation Department has 'prepared the course so that standardized material will be offered to the women throughout the city. The class offered at the Verdugo Playground is one in which those attending will learn by actual participation. Lessons will be over a six week period, and will cover various types of home play at different age levels. Girls in Glassell Park who have been looking forward to joining ■ the Campfire Girls may do so now. A group is now meeting at the Verdugo Playground on Monday afternoons, af...
Woman’s Group of Improvement Assoc. To Meet Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Woman’s Group of Improvement Assoc. To Meet Tuesday The women’s auxiliary group sponsored by the San Pascual Improvement Association, with Mrs. Laura Smith as chairman, will meet from 1 to 4 o’clock p.m. at the home of Mrs. P. L. Chattock, 722 San Pascual Ave., on Tuesday, April 28. Refreshments will he served and 25c charged, the funds from these gatherings are used to purchase the first aid equipment so that there will be a first aid kit in each block in this precinct. Mrs. Smith announces that wrapping bandages will be started at this meeting. Since these kits and equipment are for the benefit of all of the people living in this precinct, the support of each citizen is requested. Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need. —Mary Baker Eddy.
Plumbers Win 7th Straight; Meet Pepsi-Cola Sunday BY CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Plumbers Win 7th Straight; Meet Pepsi-Cola Sunday BY CHRIS REDONDO The red hot Rosabell Plumbers will go after their eighth straight semi-pro triumph Sunday when the crack Pbpsi T Cola nine foams onto Rosabell Field to do battle with the locals. Game time is 2:30. Chief reason for the Rosabell prosperity era has been Joe Lurie’s and Charley Pedrotti's relentless drive for a hustling ball club. The campaign has paid off in dividends, the entire Rosabell nine has been playing heads up ball and has generally shown a marked Improvement in the hit and run department. Lurie reveals that Sparky Reese is what the doctor ordered for the vital shortstop spot. He has shown a powerful arm and has been hitting the ball hard In the two games played In a Rosabell uniform. The Highland Park Bombers, more familiarly known as the Rosabell Plumbers, unleashed a merciless 12-hit attack on three East Pasadena Merchant hurlers to win easily by a 9 to 3 score and rack up their seventh semi-pro triumph. Th...
Franklin Panthers Win Championship For Third Year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Franklin Panthers Win Championship For Third Year Northern League Champions for the third consecutive year is the honor the Franklin Panthers Softball team under the coaching of Tony Spangler has won hy winning nine games out of ten and having but two defeats in three years. Also proud are the B’s of Franklin for they have won the B title for the third year losing but two games this season. Under the stellar hurling of Stan Shaw and Hay Cookmeyer the varsity swept over all opponents but had a tough time with a strong Wilson team, coming out even in a two game series. Sparked by the brilliant playing of such three year veterans as Loyal Tacy, Larry Hoff, Don Walker, Odell Silverstein, and Vic Schwenk, the Panthers played smooth heads-up ball to win many a game by a close score, counting mostly on the breaks and then pushing across enough runs to win. As the amount of runs scored against them, totaling 11, it is plainly shown that the Panthers displayed a powerful defense. All the pla...
Glassell-Cypress Defense Center In Need of Materials [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Glassell-Cypress Defense Center In Need of Materials The Glassell Park-Cypress Civilian Defense Information Center asks you to do your part hy bringing the following articles to the information desk at King’s Food Market, 3500 Eagle Rock Blvd. Old keys, tinfoil, used stamps (arty kind), white cotton or linen suitable for bandages, and woolen scraps. If it is inconvenient to come to the information center, call any one of the council women listed below and arrangements will be made to pick up same. Mrs. Mary Ross, 2628 Loosemore St.; CA. 14905. Mrs. L. Sheppard, 3124 Andrita St. Mrs. Arnold Behnke, 3112 Arvia St; CA. 3740. Mrs. Robert King, 3231 Future St; CA. 17720. Mrs. J. Westfall, 1715 Winraar Dr.; CA. 13778. Mrs. Olga Dustin, 3125 Cazador St.; CA. 8365. Mrs. J. Wiseman, 4025 Verdugo View Dr.; CL. 64688. Mrs. Rose Koskie, 2601 W. Ave. 31; CA. 8532. Mrs. Marie Dickey, 2960 W. Ave. 34; CL. 68467. Mrs. Celia Zaner, 3046 W. Ave.. 32; AL. 1082. Mrs. Estel Everett, 3066 W. Ave. 32; CL....
“Listen America” To Be Presented at Luther Burbank Hi [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
“Listen America” To Be Presented at Luther Burbank Hi With a cast of more than 150 students, “Listen, America,” a panorama of American life, will be presented at Luther Burbank Junior High School as the culmination of the celebration of Public Schools Week. Two performances will be given, one on Thursday, April SO, at 10:30 a.m., the other, Friday, May 1, at 1:30 p.m. Parents and friends are cordially invited to attend either day. The production Is under the general direction of Mrs. Katherine Lewis, drama teacher, assisted by other Burbank teachers. “The Master of the Garvanza Lodge, M. H. Howard, joins the faculty and students of Luther Burbank in Issuing a very urgent invitation to the public to visit our school during public Schools Week,” states Mr. E. E. Rosenberry, principal. “In these war days an ever increasing responsibility rests upon the schools to maintain civilian morale and assist in civilian protection during emergencies. The interest of the public will encourage you...
Yorkdale P.-T.A. Elects Officers For Coming; Year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Yorkdale P.-T.A. Elects Officers For Coming; Year The annual election of officers of the Yorkdale P.-T.A. was held on Tuesday, April 14. with the following corps of officers chosen to serve for the coming year: Mrs. C. A- Hall, president; Mrs. C. E. Buchanan, Ist vice president; Mrs. Anamay Chapman, 2nd vice president; Mrs. W. D. Turner. parliamentarian; Mrs. W. F. Bailey, secretary; Mrs. W. E. Fowler, treasurer; Mrs. E. H. Cullman, auditor; and Mrs. F. Bacus, historian. Miss Elizabeth Bates gave a most inspiring talk on education and a delightful program was presented by the children from Rooms 8 and 16.
SOUNDING THAT VICTORY NOTE! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
SOUNDING THAT VICTORY NOTE! Armv men so all out with brass, reed and strings in melodious proof that they enjoy their off-duty jam .essfonT at one of the 400-odd larger USO service men’s clubs. USD's 1942 program, to be earned out throuah the $32,000,000 War Fund Campaign, May 11-July 4, calls for operation of 450 clubhouses and £25 other units at Army camps and Navy stations. ——
J- FRANKLIN HI-LITES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
J- FRANKLIN HI-LITES By DONNA HAYS Travis Hyatt and Jack Ahlin vere chosen commencement essayists for the Franklin class of summer ’42 after an extemporaneous tryout in the auditorium last Tuesday. There were twelve in all participating in the tryouts and they were judged on compsition, poise, delivery, and voice. The participants were given one , hour in which to make an outline and organize their speeches on subjects that they had never seen before. Five minutes were given for the speech by each contestant. Jack Ahlin, president of the Franklin student body, gave a speech on the topic of Labor Will Win or Lose This War, and Travis Hyatt, financial manager of Franklin, gave a speech on the topic, Wake Up, America! OPEN HOUSE A new policy has been adopted at Franklin’s Annual Open House event. Due to the imminence of blackouts in Los Angeles, no evening affairs are being held at Franklin. Open House this year will be held all, day long instead of the traditional night affair. Many a...
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl It-occasionally happens that a person will suddenly he aware of their heart heating at a furious rate. They are breathless and very very nervous. They fear that something is going to happen to them. In almost all instances, the person experiencing such incidents is inclined to he nervous and easily disturbed. Palpitation or tachycardia in most instances is not serious; it is uncomfortable to be sure. Its onset is sudden and it stops as suddenly. The cause of its onset or its stopping frequently cannot be ascertained. It may last for a few seconds to several days. It is not usually a cause of death. Treatment towards its relief may include very simple procedures, such as the application of ice to the chest, drinking an ice cold glass of water, or hanging the head low. When the attacks are very frequent or frequent enough to be annoying or disabling, your doctor will prescribe the proper medication for the prevention of these attacks. In any event...
Mrs. Jane Milliken Elected Head of Garvanza P.-T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Mrs. Jane Milliken Elected Head of Garvanza P.-T.A. Mrs. Jane Milliken was elected president of the Garvanza P.-T.A. for the 1942-43 term at a meetingheld April 16. She will succeed Mrs. R. E. McNamara. Other officers elected Include Mrs. Pearl Berry, Ist vice president; Mrs. Marion Walker, ■ 2nd vice president; Mrs. Inez Wilkinson, 3rd vice president: Mrs. Evelyn Mott, secretary; Mrs. Lucile Denis, treasurer; Mrs. Edna Good, auditor: and Mrs. Grace Thrasher, historian. Installation of the new officers will be held at a future meeting.
Blood Donors In Glassell-Cypress Area Being Sought [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Blood Donors In Glassell-Cypress Area Being Sought Another chance to donate blood to the Red Cross is being offered residents of the Glassell-Cypress area. Although intended to take care of late registrants and repeaters of the last jjlock booking from these communities, there are a few places left for those who have not yet given and who wish to do so. The date scheduled is for May 15, in the morning. To join the group phone CL, 6-9383. Men and women are eligible between the ages of 21 and 60 providing their weight is over 120 pounds. ■