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H.P. Baptist Church To Present Program Of Sacred Music [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
H.P. Baptist Church To Present Program Of Sacred Music A program of sacred music will be presented next Sunday night at 7:30, at the Highland Park Baptist Church, North Avenue 59 and Monte Vista Streets, when students from the Los Angeles Pacific College will render several numbers. The usual two morning services at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. will be conducted by the Revs. Stanley and Bart Jacobson with the sermon theme, “The Hidden Christ.” The sanctuary choir, under the direction of Harold Mcßride, will assist in the services. The radio ministry conducted by the pastors of the Baptist Church can be heard over KMTR Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings at 9 a.m.
Garvanza P.-T.A. To Hold Regular Meeting Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Garvanza P.-T.A. To Hold Regular Meeting Today The Garvanza Parent - Teach Association meets today, May 3 at 2 p.m. for its rgular month meetings A panel discussion conccmb the relation of the school, hor and church to the community w be the feature. The speakers 1 elude Principal Link of Garvam Principal Rosenberry of Luth Burbank, the Reverend Roy Ford and Mrs. K. Bauer. Hostesses for the day are roo mothers of Mrs. Walker’s room. The executive bard meet* in t teachers’ room at 12:30 prior the regular meeting. If you are as bright as yo lights, you’ll dim them.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Friendly Service CHAIN STORE PRICES S &amp; H GREEN STAMPS Home of a Real Couph Mixture LABRADOR SYRUP OF GUMS FREE! VITAMIN CHART Just come in and ask for it! See Us About Your Vitamin Needs Definitely no substitutes In Prescriptions! Garvanza Pharmacy 8401 Pasadena Ave. CL. 6-S3ll DR. B. SCHWARTZ Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 5224 No. Figueroa St. ALbany 4201 / 4 If you’re considering 1 modernizing your home, consider the inexpensiveness of re-uphoister-Ing. Vour furniture can be made to look entirely new, entirely different, this economical way. M A ■ 1 ' |: ) * 91 I WE PURCHASED Thousands of yards of material before the price rise. Consequently we pass the savings on to you in a choice of beautiful coverings. Come In and select your fabrics or phone us and an estimator will call at your home. VICTORY SPECIAL Every piece of furniture completely re-upholstered ... all old material removed; furniture rebuilt from frame to covering; where necessary, frames are re...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM 5630 North Figueroa Street Open Week Days from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Excepting Wednesday, When It Closes at 6 Here All Authorized Christian Science Literature May Be Read, Borrowed or Purchased ALL ARE WELCOME Maintained by Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist 5206 North Figueroa Street Los Angeles. California Owl Stores Are Rexall Stores! this WEE* 5 OWL values hear areal SAVIHC TO YOU ITS NO TRICK TO SAVE MORE WHEN YOU. SHOP AT THE OWL! Save 51c On Hind's Buy Honey &amp; Almond 91 SKIN CREAM Save now on this once-a-yeor special! This extra creamy, skin softening: lotion helps make your hands look smooth and feminine. It’s soothing:. AT THE OWL ** 49 c Invert In Country't Fi Buy United States War Savings Stamps On Sale At All Owl Drug Stores 0n1y... Yon Save More ' When Yon Buy At Old! It's Safety First When You Try Owl First * Bring With Your Doctors ■ Prescription Fifty years of integrity insure your confidence in the skill and accuracy of our ph...
L.A. American Bldg. & Loan Assoc, in New Home “Dream of Many Years Fulfilled” Claims W. G. Tomlinson, Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
L.A. American Bldg. &amp; Loan Assoc, in New Home “Dream of Many Years Fulfilled” Claims W. G. Tomlinson, Secretary “It’s a dream of many years fulfilled,” thus spoke W. G. Tomlinson yesterday as he received good wishes from many shareholders and friends of the Los Angeles American Building and Loan Association, who stopped at the beautiful new headquarters of the association located at 5700 No. Figueroa Street. ‘‘lt happened seventeen years ago, yet it seems as if it was only yesterday,” says Tomlinson, the soft-spoken and kindly secretary of the association, as he related the beginning of the Los Angeles American Building and Loan Association which took place on a beautiful afternoon in late September, 1924. A small group of sincere, earnest and public-spirited citizens of Highland Park met at the office of the late Dr. J. C. Baddeley at 5101 York Blvd. Dr. Baddeley called the meeting to order and stated that the desiire of same was to discuss the matter of organizing a Bu...
FIRST SAVINGS ACCOUNT OPENED $ $ $ Story Relates Advantages Of Saving [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
FIRST SAVINGS ACCOUNT OPENED $ $ $ Story Relates Advantages Of Saving The first savings account opened with the Los Angeles American Building and Loan Association was in March, 1925. This was account number 13 and is regarded as the ‘prize’ account of the association, not from the standpoint of size but from the standpoint of regular and systematic savings over a long period of time. This account was opened by a well known family in Highland Park, for their little daughter, who was about six years old at the time. It was started with a deposit of five dollars; an additional deposit of five dollars was added each and every month thereafter until and including the month of December, 1937. Twelve years and ten months of regular systematic savings. And that mind you, during the years of the depression. Another splendid feature about the account is that it still is on the books of the association with a credit balance of $995.32. The amount withdrawn and the interest the association has ...
Local Association Member Of Federal Home Loan Bank [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Local Association Member Of Federal Home Loan Bank Recognizing the usefulness of Building and Loan Associations in the savings and home financing field, the Congress of the United States established in 1932 the Federal Home Loan Bank System. One of the twelve branches 6f this bank is located at 311 South Spring Street, of which M. M. Hurford is president. The Federal Home Loan Bank is to Building and Loan Associations that qualify and become members, what the Federal Reserve Bank is to the ordinary bank. The Directors of the Los Angeles American Building and Loan Association were quick to see the advantages of joining the Federal Home Loan Bank and were admitted to membership in 1933. The L. A. American Building and Loan Association is also a member of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, an instrumentality of the Federal Government. The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation is to Building and Loan Associations that qualify and become members, what the Federa...
Budget Payment Plan From Income Is Safe and Easy Way [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Budget Payment Plan From Income Is Safe and Easy Way Paying for your home on a budget payment plan from income has proved to be a safe and easy way for thousands of Americans to own their own homes. Such a plan has given these families the pleasures and privileges of home ownership without hardship and long years of saving to make that home possible, and at the same time has established them in their community as one of the stable, dependable families. What more e°uid (lie residents of Highland Park who met wnu Dr. Baddeley that September afternoon back in 1924, to organize a Building and Loan Association for Highland Park, wish for? The object of that meeting has been accomplished: Highland Park now has a Building and Loan Association with every facility and safeguard for service that any other association has. They are now housed in their own office building at the comer of Avenue 57 and North Figueroa Street, right in the center of Highland Park.
Bruce C. Bailey Regarded As Wizard Of Mathematics [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Bruce C. Bailey Regarded As Wizard Of Mathematics Bruce C. Bailey, Consulting Actuary and Actuarial Authority in the Courts of California, and who is regarded as a wizard of mathematics, is expected to be present at the new offices of the L.A. American Building and Loan Association Friday of this week as guest of W. G. Tomlinson. Bailey will demonstrate some very interesting and seemingly Impossible things about figures and Tomlinson says, ‘‘Believe it or not, Bailey can prove that two equals one.” Bailey, who is known throughout the state of California, is author of Bailey’s Tables and Methods which is a simplified mathematics of finance for building and loan associations, banks, finance corporations, investment companies, certified public accountants, appraisers, realtors, etc.
History Of Building [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
History Of Building That the building now occupied by the Los Angeles American Building and Loan Association holds many fond memories for Clyde M. Church, prominent local banker, was revealed this week when he related the story that the building was erected in 1905 by William and George Price, general contractors, for G. W. E. Griffith who owned ten acres of land surrounding the building. The building was first occupied by the Bank of Highland Park of which Griffith was president. In 1910 Clyde M. Church became associated with the. bank as vice president. In 1922 a merger was effected with the Security, Trust and Savings Bank and the banking concern moved to the building at 5610 North Figueroa Street.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Congratulations and Best Wishes TO THE Los Angeles American Bldg. &amp; Loan Assoc. We are proud that you called upon us to do the electrical work in your beautiful new home. ALLEN ELECTRIC SHOP 5810 No. Figueroa St. AL. 8181 When the Los Angeles American Building and .Loan Association had a moving job to be done they called Busk. When You Need LOCAL and NATION , WIDE Moving and Shipping Call BUSK VAN AND STORAGE Call for Estimate 30 DAYS' FREE STORAGE 6060 N. Figueroa AL. 0159 j Evenings AL. 9264 CONGRATULATIONS! The officers and members of the. Highland Park Realty Board take occasion at this time to congratulate the Los Angeles American Building and Loan Association as it takes possession of its beautiful new home at 5700 North Figueroa Street. The splendid cooperation that you have rendered to the members of this board at all times is worthy of our deepest appreciation. We bid you every good wish for continued success. HIGHLAND PARK REALTY BOARD HIGHLAND PARK, CALIF. Off...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
BEST WISHES To the L.A. American Bldg. &amp; Loan Assoc. We Are Proud That you called upon us to furnish the linoleum and Venetian blinds in your beautiful new headquarters. Park Linoleum &amp; Awning Go. 5716 No. Figueroa St. ALbany 2370 Congratulations! Don A. Tully REAL ESTATE 5151 York Blvd. AL. 2078 A DREAM FULFILLED... ■ • ii * #■ vs# &amp; P It happened seventeen years ago ~ • K small group of sincere, earnest and public-spirited citizens of Highland Park met at 5101 York Blvd. The meeting was called to order by the late Dr. J. C. Baddeley who explained to the group the advantages that a Building and Loan "Association would bring to the citizens of Highland Park. Succeeding meetings resulted in the birth of the Los Angeles Building and Loan Association. Since its inception, the association has advocated and encouraged the “own your own home” idea, resulting in hundreds of monthly payment loans made to residents of Highland Park and adjacent communities...
Delevan Drive P.-T.A. To Be Entertained By Rhythm Band [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Delevan Drive P.-T.A. To Be Entertained By Rhythm Band The regular meeting of the Delevan Drive Parent-Teacher Association is to be held May 14 in the bungalow of the school at 1:30 p.m. The Rhythm Band of Mrs. Van Noys’ room are to entertain the guests and members with several numbers. Mrs. Gresser of the 10th District California Congress of Parents and Teachers is to be the speaker of the day with the topic, “What To Do With Leisure.” The adult class of sewing is to demonstrate their accomplishments of the year with a style show. Hobbies of various persons of the community will be on display. Mrs. Wm. Thost urges all members to be present. Honour and shame from no condition rise; Act well your part; there all the honour lies. — Pope,