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Highlands Council Praised For Fine Spirit Of Unity [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
Highlands Council Praised For Fine Spirit Of Unity At the May 28 meeting of the I Highlands Council held at the Monte Vista St. School, Mrs. Helen Parker, president, presided. The Council Motion Pictures chairman, Mrs. Fred Hetze, led the group in the Flag Salute. Mrs. Ruth Milliken, magazines chairman, read the inspirational message, “Values.” Mrs. Margaret Marshall, president of Monte Vista P.-T.A., welcomed the group, and presented the principal of the school, Mrs. Cora Snider Rusling, who praised the Council for their fine spirit of unity, and for the fine’ work they have accomplished in this area. Mrs. Parker welcomed all of the new local presidents, and praised the out-going local presidents for the fine work that they have done this year. Mrs. Hazel McK. Lewis, who has charge of the Toy Loan Department of the Highland Park Coordinating Council, asked for toys for the Kiddie Home on Avenue 66, to be used for the children in case of an emergency. She stated that the toys could ...
Buchanan P.-T.A. Will Sponsor Coat Hanger Drive [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
Buchanan P.-T.A. Will Sponsor Coat Hanger Drive During- the week of June Bth, the Buchanan P.-T.A. will sponsor a coat hanger drive, in which the children of the school will participate. There will be a contest between rooms to see which one brings in the most hangers. The entire proceeds from the drive will go into the Buchanan War Emergency Fund, which will be used in case of disaster. Miss Mabel Lawrence, principal, and Mrs. Marjorie Dumas, teacher, of Buchanan School, were guests of that P.-T.A. at the 10th District Post-Convention Luncheon held on May 29th at the Ambassador Hotel. Mrs. Edwin Strong, outgoing 10th District president, was presented at that time with a silver tea service, a gift from the P.-T.A. members in the Los Angeles area. Others attending the luncheon from Buchanan were: Mrs. Grace Trerise, president, Mrs, Mildred Allan, radio chairman, and Mrs. Gwen Gibb, publicity chairman.
Highlands Council Ratifies Names To Be Served Next Year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
Highlands Council Ratifies Names To Be Served Next Year Mrs. E. W, Allen, the presidentelect of Highlands Council, ha* had the following names ratified by the council board for nexl year’s chairmen: Association Goals, Mrs. C. R. Jensen; Emblems and Magazines, Mrs. Ruth Milll&gt;ken; Programs and Pounders Day, Mrs. Helen Parken; Membership and Life Membership, Mrs, Hattie Howorth; Legislation, Mrs. Frank R. Schgefer; Motion Pictures, Mrs. R. B. Dunlap; Chorus Director, Mrs. Alta Thompson; Home Service, Mrs. Winifred Giese; Health, Mrs. Thomas Schumacher; Child Welfare, Mrs. Gwen Gibb; Parent Education, Mrs. R. N. Smallcomb; Publicity, Mrs. Florence Turner. Be noble-minded! Our own heart, and not other men’s opinions forms our true honor. — Schiller.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
EAGLE 4884 Eagle Rock Bled. at Toiemtte Or. BL-SlB* Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun. June 4-7 Wallace Beery, Marjorie Main In "THE BUGLE SOUNDS*' And Henry Fonda, Olivia DeHavllland In “MALE ANIMAL’' Ca*!h-In Nlte Friday and Tuesday Plus Jack Pot Mon., Tues. June 8. 9 Grade Allen, Wm, Post, Jr., in “MR. &amp; MRS. NORTH” And , Richard Aden. Jean Parker in “TORPEDO BOAT” Every Monday Constance Bennett Cosmetics Free to Ladies Play Tues. and Sat. RANKLIN SSOO X. Figueroa ALbany 1060 NOW! ENDS SATURDAY Daring New Adventures with your favorite aetion star—• “HOPALONG CASSIDY” BILL BOYD - ANDY CLYDE in “OUTLAWS OF THE DESERT’’ —ALSO— A Musical Jamboree in Jail! NAT PENDLETON in “Jail House Blues” Plus: Final chapter of “Don Winslow of the Navy” SUN. THRU WED., JUNE 7-10 Two of the year’s most talked about pictures on the same program! LESLIE HOWARD The man with 35 lives in “MISTER V” —AND—GENE TIERNEY VICTOR MATURE Walter huston in “SHANGHAI GESTURE” DARING! SHOCKING! Play Jackpot Keno E...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
HOUSE CLEANING Five Floors Waxed $3.50 Kitchen Cleaned $3.50 Windows 10c Du Pont Service AX. 5875 CL. 73440 Evenings CL. 71366 TIRES Bought and Sold BIG PINE 5350 N. FIGUEROA ST. CL. 6-9326 0 IT I Friendly Service CHAIN STORE PRICES S &amp; H GREEN STAMPS FREE! VITAMIN CHART Just come in and ask for it! See Us About Tour Vitamin Needs Garvanza Pharmacy 6401 Pasadena Ave. CL. 6-3311 TIRES NOW! All Sizes WHILE THEY LAST USED TIRES Tire Repairing and Grooving ROMfIC TIRE GO. 3383 Verdugo Rd. WE’RE SELLING HEALTH 6S J rP to America This familiar scene takes place hundreds of times each day in pharmacies all over America—where trained scientists compound and dispense the medicines that keep Americans strong-. We are proud of our part In selling health to America. Call us for expert service the next time your doctor writes a prescription. We Give S&amp;H Green Stamps MONTE VISTA PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY AVE. 54 AT MONTE VISTA ALBANY 8888 00FOR A PERFECT VACATION Free trom Car...
Franklin Hi P.-T.A. Holds Final Meeting Of The Year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
Franklin Hi P.-T.A. Holds Final Meeting Of The Year Franklin High School ParentTeacher Association held its final meeting of the year Wednesday, May 27, following a luncheon at the school honoring the incoming officers. Mrs. Rollin Brown, Junior Past President of the Tenth District, as speaker of the afternoon, reminded all of their duty to collaborate with the educators in helping to meet the needs of youth in preparing them for a changing world. The senior girls glee club gave five Inspiring numbers under the direction of Mrs. Madge Moore. Mrs. Dennis Gardner, delegate to the state convention at Long Beach, presented “Convention Echoes.” The following officers for the Coming year were installed by Mrs. Rollin Brown: -President, Mrs. Dennis Gardner; First Vice Pres., Mrs. Esther McNamara; Second Vice Pres., Mrs. H. W. Lake; Recording Sec., Mrs. Herbert Vincent; Corresponding Sec., Mrs. Ethel Bradley; Treasurer, Mrs. Minnie Buetzer; Auditor, Miss Eva Jessup; Historian; Mrs. Audrey M...
Los Angeles Railway Thanks Riders For Wartime Cooperation [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
Los Angeles Railway Thanks Riders For Wartime Cooperation “Staggered hours have helped to a great degree in leveling off peakhour loads, but there are still many things which can be done to speed up public transportation in Los Angeles. The next move is up to the riding public.” Summing up the local intra-city travel situation, L. A. Reeves, Director of the Los Angeles Railway Bureau of Public Service, said this week that the observance of a few common-sense rules might possibly mean the saving of thousands of manhours yearly in war production. “The majority of our riders have shown the utmost cooperation in such matters as having fares ready, leaving cars from the opposite end from which they enter, and so forth,” Reeves continued. “We realize that lack of operators and equipment has caused some trying situationos in the recent past and we fear that the same lacks will cause even more inconveniences during rush hours in the near future. The fact that the public is taking these unav...
Victory Scalp Keynotes Helldorado [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
Victory Scalp Keynotes Helldorado Citizens of Las Vegas, Nevada, sprouted beards for the annual Helldorado celebration held last week but Ted Thompson went one better —he had what’s believed the first “V for Victory” haircut in embossed-V style. Heildorado with parades, rodeos, and fun in ‘‘Helldorado Village,” celebrated Las Vegas’ wild west days when Union Pacific railroad first reached town. Many Southland residents attended Helldorado, making a side trip to Boulder Dam. Southern California, through the All-Year Club, cooperated in this event at the gateway to Southland’s recreational area.
Christian Science Lesson Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
Christian Science Lesson Sermon For Next Sunday In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, the subject will be ‘‘God the Only Cause and Creator.” The Golden Text Is from the Acts: “Lord, thou are God, which hast made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and all that in them Is.” The Lesson-Sermon speaks of the healing by« Paul of a man, crippled from birth, who could not walk. This man heard Paul speak, as it says in Acts, and Paul "stedfastly beholding him, and perceiving that he had faith to be healed, Said with a loud voice, Stand upright on thy feet. And he leaped and walked.” An excerpt from Psalms is also included in the sermon passages: "The LORD upholdeth all that fall, and raiseth up all those that be bowed down.” Correlative statements from the pen of Mary Baker Eddy, as set forth in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,” are as follows: "It is our ignorance of God, the divine Principle, which produces apparent discord, and the ri...
Isadore Rosenbloom To Be Heard At Local Jewish Center [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
Isadore Rosenbloom To Be Heard At Local Jewish Center Isadore Rosenbloom, Glendale real estate man and acting rabbi) of the Sinai Temple since its inception, will give the principal Sabbath address when Highland Park B’nai B’rith sponsors the Friday evening services at the Jewish Community Center on June 12 at 8 p.m. Rosenbloom, assisted 'by Cantor Jaffa, will be accompanied' to Highland Park by a delegation of Glendale B’nai B’rithers, headed by Eugene Wolver, prominent attorney, and Michael Kohn, zone deputy. This will mark the close of the Friday evening services until the High Holidays in September. Rabbi Moses, spiritual leader of the Temple, will be available for lectures and addresses this summer and any cultural or religious groups desiring his services as guest speaker are asked to write to Mitchell Cohen, 263 Museum Drive, Los Angeles. The yearly picnic, sponsored by the Temple Sisterhood for the Sunday School children of the Jewish Community Center, will be held on Sunday...
Air Raid Post 2179 Will Hold Food Sale Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
Air Raid Post 2179 Will Hold Food Sale Saturday People from Air Raid Post 2179 will hold a food sale next Saturday at 5055% York Blvd. Proceeds from this sale will go for emergency first aid equipment. The support of the people in this precinct is urged. ■* Any further information concerning this may be had at the Air Raid Post 5838 Fayette St. or call CL. 63874. The sale will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will continue till sold out. If you are as bright aa your lights, you’ll dim them.
American Revolution Children To Stage Annual Hobby Show [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942
American Revolution Children To Stage Annual Hobby Show Like a "call to colors” the Children of the American Revolution will come flocking: to their favorite affair of the year the hobby show, all-day picnic and joint meeting’ of all the C.A.R. Societies of the Southern District of California on June 13, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., at the Highland Park Playground. Pasadena, Glendale, San Marino, Altadena, Highland Park, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Westwood, and Hollywood Societies will come with their parents, grandparents, aunties and the neighbors' children. There will be big hampers of home cooked foods for picnic lunches, mysterious boxes with collections dolls, glass slippers, salt and pepper sets, bottles, books of stamps, match covers, blue prints, drawings, scrap books, cleverly written essays, poems, large boxes of beautifully tailored garments, knitted pieces, clever needlecraft, and this year photography will be an interesting addition. The generous prizes will be war savings...