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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
/C, ii o O' L.A.P.D. Traffic Educ. Unit RESOLUTIONS FOR MOTORISTS I hereby resolve that I will be a more cautions driver during: 1942: that I will obey all traffic laws to the letter; that I will always signal my intention to turn right, left, or stop; that I will be considerate of the rights of pedestrians; that 1 will never drive my car at a speed greater than that which is safe or prudent; that I will “slow down at sundown”; that I will been my temper In traffic, and always practice care, courtesy, and common sense on the highway.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
THE PANTS THAT CAME BACK There is many a suit headed for the discard that could be restored to its originally smart, tailored perfection through our careful cleaning and pressing! Let us prove it. CL. 6-1909 “■713 CYPRESS ST 534-1 NO FIGUEROA i - CAPITOL 6616 CLEVELAND 61909 ! W ALSO SUPERIOR. LAUNDRY SERVICE M Ei • .rv ■K!rr:T.rrr3»:. JiMVt r 'Hsm "THANK YOU—from all of us” “Just before Christmas, we told you that we would appreciate your lending us a hand over the Holiday Season by not sending greetings by Long Distance. “We asked this in order to help keep the lines available for calls important to defense. “In spite of all our extra operators could do, there were many more calls than could be handled without delay. We are exceedingly sorry for the delay, but grateful for the friendly cooperation you gave us all through these busy days. Thank you. It really helped a lot “We assure you that we will do our level best, under existing conditions, to render you the finest service poss...
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl Anemia to many people simply means being pale. To your doctor, anemia has other meanings. It might be one of several types of anemia each calling for a separate kind of treatment. In order to determine the kind of anemia present, a complete blood count is taken which is designed to show the percentage of hemoglobin, the number of red cells, the number of white cells, and the per cent of the different varieties of white cells, together with the shape and size and general appearance of the red cells. It must be recognized that there are types of anemia in which the symptoms or blood findings are not entirely definite. In these cases, a trial of treatment is frequently necessaryy. Many such border-line cases not responding to various forms of iron therapy do respond to proper liver medication. In the course of examination many times, your doctor will find a physical condition which contributes to the anemia, such as a chronic infection or some cond...
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians ADRIAN, famed Hollywood dressmaker —"Spring clothes this year should be gay, for a woman can be as gallant in her clothes as she is in her heart.” "MOTTO” HARAKAWA, Japanese draftee, in letter to S. F. woman for whom he was houseboy and chauffer —“I am try hard to be a good soldier, to give my humble life into it, so that our next generation will live to see better understanding among nations.” GLORIA VANDERBILT, on marriage at Santa Barbara to Pasquale Di Cecco, actors’ agent —“This is going to be my only marriage. It is going to stick —I’m not going to make any mistakes.” JUSTUS CRAEMER, Orange County editor and State R. R. Commissioner —“The vital need of the hour is dollars for defense —billions of them. The public official who wastes funds entrusted to him or plays politics at the expense of the defense effort, stands shoulder to shoulder with the enemy!” CHIH TSiNG FENG, Chinese consul general —“America now ...
Townsend Clubs In Meet Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
Townsend Clubs In Meet Sunday Affiliated Townsend Clubs of the Northeast 13th district will hold their usual union meeting Sunday afternoon in the American Legion Hall, 227 North Avenue 55. Religious services will be held from 2 to 2:30 with Rev. McGee, of Alhambra as featured speaker. Installation of club officers wil Ibe held at 2:30 following the regular meeting. Rev. C. Lyle Harris will speak.
Baptist Church To Start New Schedule Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
Baptist Church To Start New Schedule Sunday Highland Park Baptist Church, North Avenue 59 and Monte Vista Streets, will commence a new schedule Sunday night when the service will commence at 7 o’clock. This hour makes it possible the attendance of family groups, who desire to return to their homes at an earlier hour. The special feature for Sunday night will be the appearance of a group of students from the University of Redlands, who will render several musicale numbers. The sermon subject for the 8:30 and 11 o’clock morning services Is “Thus Saith The Lord.” Bart and Stanley Jacobson, co-pastors of the church, also announce the church school session at 9:40 a.m. and the youth groups at 6 o’clock in the evening.
Students Give Musical Recital At First Chirstian Church [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
Students Give Musical Recital At First Chirstian Church Students of Mrs. Florence Evens gave a piano recital at the First Christian Church, on Monte Vista street, Tuesday, December 30, at 2 p.m. Those participating were: Jack Haack, Jeanne Haack, Marilyn Alexander, Leonard Foerster, Wan’ da Foerster, Eleanor Mills, Carmen Fuentes, Robert Forcella, Lola May Mosher, Joan Hayes, Roger Hewitt, Mary Ann Jacobs and Ardeen Vare Ellrod.
Buchanan P.-T.A. Meets Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
Buchanan P.-T.A. Meets Today “Our Responsibility as Homemakers” will be the topic presented today at the Buchana P.-T. A, meeting, held at 2 p.m., in the school auditorium. A panel discussion on nutrition, art in the home, human relationships, and character education; an”' a film on consumer education will comprise the program. Mrs. Mary Brady, defense chairman of the Buchanan school district will speak of her plans for our part in the line of defense. Hostesses for the day will be Mrs. Stevenson’s and Miss Hart’s rooms. Mrs. Grace Trerise, president, will preside.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
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Defense Theme Of Council Meet Monday Noon [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
Defense Theme Of Council Meet Monday Noon Highland Park Coordinating Council will hold a general luncheon meeting Monday, at 12:10, at the American Legion Clubhouse, 227 North Ave. 55. It is imperative that all council members and others interested in defense activities be present. The defense council has made a definite call on coordinating councils for specific participation in this effort, hence, the keynote of the meeting will be the part the local council will play in defense activities. A competent speaker has been procured who will set forth a definite program to be carried out by Highland Park Coordinating Council. This program is of vital importance and will require the unstinted 100 per cent cooperation of council membership. Make luncheon reservations by calling Mrs. George L. Clarke, publicity chairman, CL. 6-4860, 6533 Aldama street., Luncheon is 40c, served by ladies of the American Legion auxiliary. Reservations must be in by Saturday. •
Lois Vlodeman, Evelyn Fry Are Welcomed Home [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
Lois Vlodeman, Evelyn Fry Are Welcomed Home A welcome home and birthday party was given at the home of Myrtle R. Hoffman, 832 Cresthaven Drive, Highland Park, in honor of Lois Vlodeman and Evelyn Fry. Mrs. Vlodeman, well known in club circles of Highland Park, is now residing in Albany, Oregon. Mrs. Hoffman presented a very enjoyable program with Miss Mockbee singing, “Will You Remember Me?” and “Giannie Mia,” Beatrice Johnson appearing in an original skit, “Barefoot Boy,” written by her sister, Mabel Wilton. Mrs. Wilton, who is well known in club circles as the author of two children’s books, “Down Childhood Lane” and "Muggity Ann’s Friends,” also gave two of her own original skits. Mrs. Hoffman’s daughter, Margie, sang several numbers. Cake, ice cream, coffee and punch were served and voice recording# made. r President Sam A. Selecman, of the Missouri State Society of Southern California, announces the date of the annual mid-win-ter picnic reunion will be, all day, Saturday, Janua...