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Activities Of H.P. Ebell Club Ended For Year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Activities Of H.P. Ebell Club Ended For Year By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson As usual a gala time was enjoyed at the Ebell Clubhouse, 131 S. Ave. 57, last Tuesday, when the annual tea marked the close of the 1941-1942 year, which has been ably conducted by the president, Mrs. Wm. M. Crandall. Mrs. Crandall expressed appreciation for all officers and members who have helped to make the first year of her term one of enjoyment and pleasure. Officers installed to serve a two year period were: Mrs. Leon A. Porter, house chairman, and Miss Mabel Guinn, rental chairman. Mrs. Lee O. Tenney, program chairman, was happy to present for entertainment of frivolous joy the marionettes of Nick and Nellie Nelson, who took the audience back to the days of “Aladdin’s Magic Lamp.” It was so beautifully done one hardly realized they were not human beings. The Nelsons explained the technique, showing just how they operate the strings. New members, twenty-six in number, were presented by the membership chairma...
Plumbers Seek 3rd League Win; Chamberlain Next BY CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Plumbers Seek 3rd League Win; Chamberlain Next BY CHRIS REDONDO The Rosabell Plumbers’ newest pitching: discovery, Jim Scott, will take the mound Sunday In an effort to make it victory number three for the locals in the current summer league, Orange Belt division. The right-handed curviist will face Pasadena Chamberlain Athletics in a game scheduled for 2:30 on Rosabell Field In the Arroyo Seco. Joe Lurie doesn’t mind admitting his pitching problems are about over with Scott as the number one man and Rudy Hummes and A 1 Ellerman available for relief duties on the mound. When the last two named aren’t throwing their deadly hitting talents can be of some use in pinch-hitting roles or in utility spots. Manager Jess Cox will probably do the hurling for his Chamberlain nine when they take on the Plumbers in Sunday’s league clash. WALLOP MERCHANTS The current semi-pro feud between the Rosabell Plumbers and Highland Park Merchants saw another hectic chapter enacted last Sunday on Rosabell ...
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday "The Idols have spoken vanity, and the diviners have seen a lie, and have told false dreams; they comfort in vain.” The foregoing verse from Zechariah is the Golden Text In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced” is the Lesson-Sermon subject. It includes, among other selections, the experience of Balaam and Balak, from Numbers. Balak, the king of the Moabites, tried to induce Balaam to curse his enemies, but instead Balaam blessed them. In answering Balak’s criticism, Balaam said, "Must I not' take heed to speak that which the LORD hath put in my mouth? . . . God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should reepnt: . . . Behold, I have received commandment to bless: and he hath blessed; and I cannot reverse it. . . . Surely there is no enchantment against Jacob, neither is there any divination against Israel.” Passages from the C...
Clayton Jenkins Is Candidate For Graduation [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Clayton Jenkins Is Candidate For Graduation Clayton Jenkins, formerly a student at Franklin High School and son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Clayton Jenkins of 4661 Nob Hill Dr., is a candidate for graduation from Occidental College, according to the registratr’s office. Mr. Jenkins, a major in geology, Is a member of the varsity baseball team. He is also a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. His class, the 50th to be graduated from Occidental, will receive its degrees in the Hillside Theater, Monday evening, June 1, at 6:45. Dr. Max Mason, former president of the Rockefeller Foundation and present member of the executive board of the California Institute of Technology, will serve as speaker.
How’s Tour Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
How’s Tour Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl It is necessary for a doctor’s instructions to be carried out to the letter. For example, in same heart conditions, the condition of the patient requires a very marked restriction in the fluids taken in order that bed rest and medication may relieve embarrassing' symptoms. Sometimes this fluid restriction is severe and must be continued for several days. It is important in order to accomplish the benefits for which you are paying the doctor to accomplish, that you pay attention to what he instructs you to do regardless of how much will power it requires. The same is true in eating. A person may be very hungry and yet it might be dangerous to take food. To fail to heed advice might precipitate a very serious complication for which there would be no help. It is. therefore, necessary to understand the instructions that the doctor gives and follow them carefully in order that your recovery may be hastened.
Sabbath Services To Be Sponsored At Jewish Center [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Sabbath Services To Be Sponsored At Jewish Center Highland Park B’nai B’rith Lodge No. 1205 announces that it will sponsor the Sabbath services at the Jewish Community Center on Friday night, June 12. Occupying the pulpit will be I. Rosenbloom, layman rabbi of the Glendale Sinai Temple, and his cantor, H. Jaffe. They will be accompanied by a loyal delegation of Glendale B’nai B’rithers headed by Eugene Wolver and Michael Kohn. In return, Rabbi Moses Sucher and Cantor Harry Bard of the Center will conduct the services at the Sinai Temple. Moe Kudler, 1941 president of Lodge No. 1205, is now secretary of the Southern California B’nai B’rith officers council and also AZA district deputy. He was the guest of honor last Friday evening when the AZA and Junior Girls jointly conducted Sabbath services at the Center. The War Service Fund Committee, headed by Milton Olf, chairman, is holding a raffle to raise the necessary money. Prizes to be awarded will be a $5O war bond; a $25 bond; and a ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
"Always a Crowd" "WE STILL GIVE THE MOST TOR THE MONET" Open 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. we P»sc« go Alfred Hitchcock’s Triumph “SABOTEUR” Robt. Cummings, Priscilla Lane “LARCENY INC.” Edw. G. Robinson TlME—“lndia In Crisis” . 3?jf NORTH flGUim'j ca ,8831 run r.*Ki ARROYO FREE PARKING Sabu, in Kipling’s “JUNGLE BOOK” in Technicolor “JOAN OF PARIS” Thomas Mitchell, Laird Cregar ?b?4 Nfl -B (WAD WAY HHONI CA, 80!)U Adults 22 . Tax me “SNUFFY SMITH, YARD BIRD” • Joel McCrea, Veronica Lake “Sullivan’s Travels” Doors open at 4:00 Monday thru Friday Our Cocktail Lounge Has All The Ingredients For A Good Time Folks "in the know” make their after-five dates here where they can enjoy a cocktail and snack and be sure of getting the best. The TOPS Cafe ‘Where Good Fellows Get Together’ 5913 N. Figueroa St. Play Keno Tues. and Sat. RANKLIN 5500 N. Figueroa. ALbany 1060 FRL-SAT. MAY 29-80 Special Kiddie Show Sat. Mat. Decoration Day I WILLIAM GARGAN in “SEALED LIPS” —AND—CHARLES STARRETT In “Prairie Strang...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
EAGLE 4884 Eagle Rock Blvd. at Tosemite Dr, AL-514* Now Playing Thru Sunday Marlene Dietrich, Fred Mac Murray "THE LADY IS WILLING” also “THE FLEET’S IN” with Dorothy Lamour, William Holden Cash-In Nite Friday and Tuesday Plus Jack Pot “NO HANDS ON THE CLOCK” with Chester Morris. Jean Parker also Glenn Ford, Claire Trevor in “THE ADVENTURES OF MARTIN EDEN” Every Monday Constance Bennett Cosmetics Free to Ladies
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
America honors her WAR HEROE That these men shall not have died In vain—let liberty's torch be borne high to illumine the sides and earth with the light of a United Nations victory! These men—-the dead of 1917 and 1918: these men—the dead of 1941 and 1942. To them, we the living, pledge anew our strength, our faith, our united effort to the point of sacrifice. For by any measure, the sacrifice we at home may be called upon to make is small indeed compared with the supreme sacrifice which they have already made for us. Freedom they fought and died for! And that freedom shall be secured by us in their memory, and for their children. That is our solemn pledge, as we join all America in honoring her war heroes on this Memorial Day, 1942. Busk Van &amp; Storage Co. Local and Nationwide MOVING AND SHIPPING 6060 N. FIGUEROA ST. AL. 0159
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
* BAY * 1942 SAD, yet proud, Uncle Sam thinks of all the soldier dead of wars gone by. The faces of the men who fought in the Mexican War, the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, and World War I pass in review. And on this Memorial Day, soldiers of World War II are added to that parade of heroes. IN ACCORDANCE WITH OUR CUSTOM THROUGH THE YEARS, WE HONOR MEMORIAL DAY BY BEING CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, MAY 31st OPEN FRIDAY EVENING TILL 8 P.M. MAY WE ASK THAT YOU DO YOUR SHOPPING AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FOR THE WEEKEND. THANK YOU MAZOLA SALAD OH. of CHARACTER 26* -*so* KERNS CATSUP Add. real flavor 14-os. 11* to ooid Bot. RY-KRISP WAFERS 22* 12-oz. Pkg KINO KELLY ORANGE MARMALADE Tasty on Toast! Aj One-pound Jar £Qr VACATION BREAKFAST •Twin Golden "At" Pancake* Drawn In Saildona Vermont Maid! VIRMONT MAID SYRUP STir ♦ • ♦ CtTt d ♦ ♦ ♦ GLOBE "Al" PANBAKE FLOUR NIBllfS 11* an 0 * the Gobi It-os. Can Rap-in-Wax QaaKty Waned Paper Ms7# S.r,l6* HEMO*?±t; 59' Mew food drink ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
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Safely Hints [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Safely Hints Before you pass another car on the road make sure that another car ( is not trying to pass you. This is a frequent cause of accidents, which could be avoided if more drivers glanced now and then in the rear view mirror. You should use the glass before you pass. Are you a traffic grouch? Do you think that you are the only good driver and all the rest are reckless nitwits? Do you shout abuse at other drivers and pedestrians? To avoid accidents keep your temper. There’s a lot at stake behind the wheel of an automobile says the Greater Los Angeles Safety council. It’s your family, your job, your fellow-citizen and yourself. Almost any sudden emergency while driving your car can be met if you are going slow enough. Why speed? Jaywalking is a short cut to the coroner, says the Greater Los Angeles Safety Council. A loose nut at the wheel of an automobile isn’t as bad as a tight one. Death takes no holiday but it certainly takes a lot of holiday drivers. A daffy driver, name of...
Buchanan P-T. A. Mothers' Chorus Heard On KNX [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Buchanan P-T. A. Mothers' Chorus Heard On KNX Eight members of the Buchanan P.-T.A. Mother’s Chorus sang with state choral group at the convention of the California CongresS of Parents and Teachers, held in Long Beach last week. The Mothersingers’ program was broadcast over KNX at 4:30 p.m., May 20, on a coast to coast hookup. At the evening performance, held in the Long Beach Civic Auditorium, five numbers, including “Recessional,” “Calm as the Night,” “Sylvia,” “Waltz of the Flowers,” and “A Heart That’s Free” were sung by the group. The banquet, preceding the program, was held in the Marine Room of the Hotel Hinton. Those participating from the Buchanan P.-T.A. were: Mildred Hillery, Lelah Brooks, Dorothy Service, Beth Keeley, Alice Biffle, Louise Bensel, Gwen Gibb, and Grace Trerise. Mrs. Trerise, president, attended the three day session of the convention as delegate from Buchanan.