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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
SIERRA Eagle Rock at Colorado AL. 4729 FREE PARKING Now Playing Thru Saturday Orson Welles “CITIZEN KANE” Also “SMALL TOWN DEB” with Jane Darwell, Bruce Edwards and Cobina Wright Sun., Mon., Tues. May 10, 11, 12 “LOOK WHO’S LAUGHING” with Fibber McGee and Molly, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy “BLUE WHITE AND PERFECT” with Mary Beth Hughes Saturday Matinee— CASH PRIZES FOR CHILDREN the alsce to go HIGHLAND 5604 NORTH FIGUEROA .CL 6-954?*-ENDS SATURDAY “THE TUTTLES OF TAHITI’ Chas. Laughton, Jon Hall “PARIS CALLING” Basil Rathbone, Randolph Scott Sunday—“KlNG’S ROW” ARROYO 3236. NORTH fIGUIROA CA. 80 3 1 FREE PA.R K FREE PARKING ‘GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN’ “Tarzan’s Secret Treasure” —Midnlte Shows Fri. and Sat.— “THE WOLF MAN” ‘GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN Adults Friday, Saturday “DUMBO” in Technicolor “W ILD BILL HICKOK RIDES” me. Tax A / i mmf Our Cocktail Lounge Has All The Ingredients For A Good Time » Folks “iu the know” make their after-five dates here where they can en joy a cocktail a...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
"THEY'RE MY T/RES n "T ihey're MY tires," he argued, "and I can wear 'em down to the rims if I want to." "Sure, Mister," wo agreed. "They're your tires-and it's your patriotic duty to make them last. As a national conservation measure you ought to ride streetcars and busses. And, if you can ride between the hours of nine and four to give us a chance to get war workers to their jobs and home again, that'll be better yet.” "Oh, I don't know," he said. "I've-got about 4,000 miles left in my tires. By that time I guess - "0.t." we said, counting rapidly on our fingers. "We'll see you about next July." 92 *\.Es * * A 4 O BUY... STAMPS .buyl BONDS B ► We Give S&amp;H Green Stamps AVE. 54 AT MONTE VISTA ALBANY 8888 Ours is a dual duty! Filling your prescriptions with speed and accuracy Is our profession . . . supplying your drug store needs is our business. We apply to both of these functions a conscientiousness and a desire to serve you In a friendly and efficient manner. Your Mon...
San Pascual P.-T.A. Elects Officers For Coming- Year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
San Pascual P.-T.A. Elects Officers For Coming- Year At the April meeting- of the San Pascual P.-T.A. the officers for the ensuing year were elected. The results of the election are as follows: Mrs. Inza Stuchbery, president: Mrs. Edith Atwood, first vice president; Mrs. Edith Louchs, second vice president; Mrs. Marion Morris, secretary; Mrs. Florence Willmot, treasurer; Mrs. Wilene Irwin, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Margaret Hongala, historian; Mrs. Genevieve McEuen, parliamentarian; Mrs. W. H. Hehnuth, auditor. Mrs. Ruth Ashbaugh, Principal, is our Counselor. These officers will be installed at the June meeting of the Association. The children gave a musical program of several pieces on the harmonicas under the leadership of Mrs. Irion. Piano solos were played by Betty Merson and Margot Willmot. To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only end of life. —Robert Louis Stevenson
Mrs. Amelia Downs New President Of Aldama P.-T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
Mrs. Amelia Downs New President Of Aldama P.-T.A. Mrs. Amelia Downs was elected president of the Aldama P.-T.A. at the meeting held April 28. To serve with Mrs. Downs for the coming year are Mrs. Florence Johnston, Ist vice president; Mrs. Grace Evison, 2nd vice president; Mrs, Pauline Haokamack, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sarah Gralla, recording secretary; Mrs. Ruth Rose, treasurer; Mrs. Alene Chalfant, historian; and Mrs. Rae Jones, auditor. At this meeting William Schaper, attorney, spoke on the subject “I Am An American.” Dr. Sol Fegen, school doctor, spoke on ‘‘Hygiene and Mental Health.” Mrs. W. W. West, health chairman of- Tenth district, gave a brief summary of the duties of the various health chairmen of the Tenth district. Mrs. Marguerite Allen, president elect of Highlands Council, gave an inspirational, and Mrs. Jack Rickard, hospitality chairman of Tenth district, led the salute to the flag. The children of Mrs. Grace Evison’s and Mrs. Louise Judson’s rooms sang.
Dr. J. A. Rosenburgr To Be Heard At Jewish Center [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
Dr. J. A. Rosenburgr To Be Heard At Jewish Center Highland Park B’nal B’rlth Lodge No. 1205, Irving Weinberg, president, is privileged to present at the Jewish Community this Friday evening, the noted Zionist, Dr. Joseph A. Rosenburg. Dr. Rosenburg, who for many years has rendered invaluable aid to the upbuilding of a national homeland in Palestine, will speak on “Zionism, Its Aims, Visions, and Accomplishments.” Cantor Harry Bard has been engaged to lead the choir'. Residents of Highland Park are especially urged to hear this outstanding Zionist. Refreshments will be -served and the time is 8 p.m. Students of the Sunday School conducted ■ the Sabbath services last Friday and put on a sparkling program. Malcolm Wilk and Robert Weissburg engaged in a lively debate on "Modernism, Pro and Con.” Since each gave sincere and convincing proofs for his side of the question, Melvin Lesser, acting as judge, declared both boys winners. Lovely Arlene Joy Marks, who has just recuperated from the...
Annandale P.-T.A. Next Meet Set For Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
Annandale P.-T.A. Next Meet Set For Tuesday The regular meeting of the Annandale P.-T.A. will be held Tuesday, May 12, at 2 p.m. in the school auditorium. Miss Jesse Tritt, Supervisor of Education for Exceptional Children, will show films and give a talk on “The Communities Responsibilities Toward Its Children.” Mr. R. Bishop will speak on “Cub Scouts.” Mrs. Mabel Phelps will discuss the' “Bluebirds,” a branch of the Camp Fire Girls. The Adult Education Sewing and Millinery Classes will conduct a Fashion Show and the Annandale Chorus will sing. Hostesses for the social hour are: Mrs. Virginia Snow, and Mrs. Alice Neely, room mothers for Miss Holzschuh. That friendly chap may tell a Jap.
How’s Your, Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
How’s Y our , Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl Complete physical rest Is one of the prime essentials of treatment in conditions of the heart. A person must be able to be quiet even in bed. Frequently nursing care is necessary. Very often to provide tlje type of bed which pi'ows for a continuous half reclining position is best. Breathing is much easier and the efforts of your doctor will be apparent sooner. Very frequently urinary and intestinal problems are less. This complete rest must be obtained and the patient or the family should not object to the use of sedatives prescribed by the doctor. The welfare of the patient is his first concern. Fresh air, not too heavy bed clothing, and a marked restriction in diet and liquids is freqently prescribed; all needful and your doctor knows when they should best be applied. The length of time the person with a serious cardiac problem stays in bed depends entirely upon the response that he makes to his doctor’s advice. Frequently the response that...
San Pascual P.-T.A. In Drive For China Relief [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
San Pascual P.-T.A. In Drive For China Relief The students of San Pascual Elementary School become “grandparents” of a Chinese orphan last week and are planning to “adopt” .another one soon. Mrs. Jessie Mae Hammond, corresponding secretary of San Pascual P.-T.A., started the drive for China Relief among the official board and the children and the students were quick to respond and they are very proud that they have received their first $2O certificate.
Gospel Team Of W.C.T.U. Thanks Pastors For Help [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
Gospel Team Of W.C.T.U. Thanks Pastors For Help The lota Sigma Gospel Team, Jr., Order of the W.C.T.U. of Hollywood, composed of Marion Camille Martin, Florence Edith Landen, Ethel Casebeer and Lois Kimball Tilley, who have been giving so generously of their time, talent and experience in the various churches of the Highland Park district for the past number of months, are very grateful to the pastors for the co-operation they are receiving. Last Sunday night, April 26, they were guests of Ebenezer Baptist Church at 6314 Garvanza. Next Sunday night, May 10, in honor of Mothers’ Day, Rev. J. Lewis Vess, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, Glassell Park, will present them in the same number. Mrs. Anna Ranck, National Director of Missions and Temperance for the National W.C. T.U., is their sponsor and business manager.
G.P. Nazarene Church Announces Program For Mothers Day [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
G.P. Nazarene Church Announces Program For Mothers Day * Rev. J. Lewis Vess, pastor of the Glassell Park Church of the Nazarene, 2921 W. Ave. 35, announces an unusual Mothers’ Day program for next Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Much interest is being centered on three groups of prizes to be offered to those in attendance. The first prize will be awarded to the youngest mother and an additional prize to the oldest mother, while a grand prize will be awarded to the mother bringing the most children.
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday “O Israel, return unto the Lord thy God; for thou hast fallen by thine Iniquity.” This verse from Hosea is the Golden Text in the Lesson-Sermon on “Adam and Fallen Man” in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. “Thus saith the Lord God;” reads a passage in the LessonSermon chosen from Ezekiel, "I will seek that which was lost, and bring again that which was driven away, and will bind up that which was broken, and will strengthen that which was sick: . . . And I will set up one shepherd over them, and he shall feed them, even my servant David; he shall feed them, and he shall be their shepherd.” Jesus said, as recorded in John: “Verily, verily, I say unto you, I am the door of the sheep. ... I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine. . . . And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd." Citations from th...
New Officers For Annandale P.-T.A. Are Announced [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
New Officers For Annandale P.-T.A. Are Announced Annandale P.-T.A. elected for the coming year the following officers: President, Edna Bryan; Ist Vice President, Betty Martin; 2nd Vice President, Frieda Boehncke; 3rd Vice President, Betty Ostrum; Secretary, Athalene Leonard; Financial Secretary, Helen Carsten; Corresponding Secetary, Eula McNeal; Treasurer, Susie Dunpal; Historian, Lena Siberell; Auditor, Sylvia Hannon; Parliamentarian, Lucille Terpinitz. Mrs. Edna Bryan, President elect, Miss Frieda Boehncke, Principal, Mrs. Lucille Terpinitz, President, and Mesdames Lena Siberell, Gladys Vering, Doris Bernabucci, Hazel McK. Lewis, Helen Carsten, Betty Ostrum, and Betty Martin, represented Annandale at the Highlands Council meeting Friday, April 24, at Toland Way School. A slip of the lip m»y sink s ship.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
HOUSE CLEANING Five Floors Waxed $3.50 Kitchen Cleaned $2.50 Windows 10c Du Pont Service AL. 5875 CL. 72440 -Evenings CL. 71266 H7"l I X &gt;- MB 7 I Save For Defense In Celebrating the Opening of Our Completely Remodeled Store We Offer These Unusual Values! GARMENTS EXPERTLY CLEANED AND PRESSED Including LADIES’ or MEN’S SUITS DRESSES (Plain) COATS or ROBES (except white) DRESSES (Plain), l-Q-I O’COATS. CLEANED and PRESSED : Oir We Offer You a Complete Laundry Service FELT HATS CLEANED and BLOCKED (except white) 49 M I i ALGOL GLEANERS &amp; TAILORS We Own and Operate Our Own Plant CASH AND CARRY Opposite Post-Dispatch Bldg. YORK BLVD. Phone AL. 9366 I I Cr ease’s ESTABLISHED 1911 W THE MILL’S LAST TURN THE OLD MILL is tired of grinding endlessly; it wants to rest, and has turned silently to things it never before completely knew . . . spiritual beauty . . . peace . . . and celestial meditation. Our lives are pretty much like the mill: the wheels have to stop turnin...