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Chirstian Science Lesson Sermon [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Chirstian Science Lesson Sermon “Truth” is the subject of the. Lesson-sermon on Sunday in all Churches of Christ, Scientist. The Golden Text is from' the Psalms: “God shall send forth his mercy and his truth.” A Scriptural selection in the Lesson-sermon presents these words from Matthew: “And, behold, a woman of Canaan came out of the same coasts, and cried unto him, saying, Have mercy on me, O Lord, thou son of David; my daughter is greviously vexed with a devil. But he answered her not a word . . . Then came she and worshipped him, saying, Lord, help me. But he answered and said, It is not meet to take the children’s bread, and to cast it to the dogs. And she said, Truth, Lord: yet the dogs eat of the crumbs which fall from their masters’ table. Then Jesus answered and said unto her. O woman, great is thy faith: be it unto thee even as thou wilt. And her daughter was made whole from that very hour.” Passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the ...
Nation’s Youth Bolster Men Behind U. S. Guns [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Nation’s Youth Bolster Men Behind U. S. Guns . LOS ANGELES (Special) Every thirty days California NYA supplies 1,916 of the national total of 36,400 shop-trained NYA youth who join the battle of production behind the men behind U. S. guns, according to a report just made public by Aubrey Williams, administrator of the National Youth* Administration. “Under the defense program the NYA makes available practical shop experience to youth between 17 and 24 years of age,” the report states. “Emphasis , is placed on preparation of workers to do the jobs required in ship building, aviation, machine tools and the mechanized branches of the armed forces. Young men are groomed for war production jobs by doing similar jobs on NYA projects. From February 1, 1941, to December 1, 1941, a total of 18,998 California youth have gone from NYA projects to jobs in private industry.” The report indicates a complete streamlining of the NYA program throughout the country with emphasis on quick basic traini...
Thursday A.M. Club Luncheon Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Thursday A.M. Club Luncheon Today The Thursday Morning club celebrates its eighth birthday today at the Old Virginia Inn at 119 Pasadena avenue, South Pasadena. The luncheon will be at 12 noon. Mr. Lundberg Godard, author lecturer and composer is invited as speaker of the day. Mr. Goddard’s topic will be ‘‘Law or Human Contact.” Guests will include Mrs. Alan Dibble, Hospitality chairman, Mrs. Alice Turney, Red Cross chairman of the Los Angeles District of Womans’ Clubs. Mrs. Loretta Brinker of Brinker-Haven Home for Crippled children. Brinker-Ha-ven Home is the main porject of the club. Mr. Dave Robertson, organist will furnish the musical program through the courtesy of Pierce Brothers.
Elizabeth Felkner Funeral Last Friday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Elizabeth Felkner Funeral Last Friday Funeral services were conducted Friday at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale for Miss Elizabeth Felkner, 82, of 4079 Glen Albyn drive, Highland Park, who died Wednesday in St. Catherine’s hospital, after a three months’ illness. She was a retired teacher in private schools and had resided in California 30 years , Miss Felkner was a native of lowa City, lowa . She was survived by a cousin, Liillian Lewis, with whom she resided in Highland Park, and by a niece, Miss Bess Haynes who resides at the Windmere hotel in Santa Monica.
The Man At the Keyhole By Operative WB [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
The Man At the Keyhole By Operative WB There’s one glaring deficiency in America’s war production program, our spy advises, which neither the OPM nor the War Department has done a thing to rectify. Tin Pan Alley has flatted and fluted all over the place, but hasn’t produced a really topnotch Army song since the war began. One of the gubernatorial candidates, hoping to make capital of the fact that Governor Olson Ims been quite chummy with Harry Bridges, plans to release a press photo of the pair, shortly, sweetly captioned: “Culbert Calls Him Harry!” I Prison Inmates throughout the country are sending word to their wardens not to worry about jail breaks or riots for “the duration.” At a time like this, say the boys, we consider it our patriotic duty to keep order. But prison authorities aren’t quite sure whether the lads are imbued with patriotism, or just an ironic sense of humor.
Anaymay Chapman Receives P.-T.A. Life Membership [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Anaymay Chapman Receives P.-T.A. Life Membership At the regular meeting of the Yorkdale Parent-Teacher Association held on Tuesday, January 13, Mrs. E. J. Strong, president of the Tenth District Congress of Parents and Teachers, presented Miss Anaymay Chapman, principal of the Yorkdale School with a life membership into the association. Miss Marlenetta Roe, vice-prin-cipal of Luther Burbank junior high gave a brief message to the mothers and members of the A-6 graduating class. The girls’ senior glee club and children of room 3 at Yorkdale provided the entertainment, and the mothers from rooms 9 and 19 were hostesses for the day. Members are asked to save their old clothing for a drive to be held in February. A larg£ attendance Is urged for our next card party to be held on Friday, January 23, at the home of Mrs. C. A. Buckanan, 1609 North Avenue 56, at 12:30. Cohostesses for this party will be Mrs. E. W. Howard and Mrs. W. H. Smith. A slip of the lip may give a spy a tip.
Monte Vista P.-T.A. Defense Members To Complete Plans [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Monte Vista P.-T.A. Defense Members To Complete Plans The Monte Vista Defense Committee, namely Mrs. Dean Hinton, Mrs. E. E. Turney, Mrs. R. Vick, Mrs. Yvonne Turkopp, Mrs. N. H. Crebs, Mrs. Edwin King and Mrs. S. R. Marshall, president, met with Mrs. Cora Rusling, principal, to complete defense arrangements at the school . Owing to the resignation of Mrs. C. C. Fischer as defense chairman, Mrs. Turney was appointed in her place. The various chairmen are contacting their workers and acquainting themselves with their assignments. Mrs. Rusling and Mrs. Marshall attended the meeting of the Highland Park Coordinating council, January 12. Mrs. James Marconi, health chairman, has been serving as a captain in the Red Cross solicitation.
Kansas Picnic Set For January 29 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Kansas Picnic Set For January 29 Vernon Day, president of the Kansas Association, announces the annual mid-winter picnic reunion will be held, all day, Thursday, January 29,. in Sycamore Grove Park. The Jayhawkers hold their reunion the 29 for memory’s sake as it is the anniversary of their war time statehood, back in Sixty-one. A fine program will follow the basket picnic dinner hour with music, community singing, brief addresses by leading Kansas speakers. An invitation is extended to all Kansans in the West.
License Rule For Visiting- Motorists [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
License Rule For Visiting- Motorists Non-resident motorists over 21 years of age having drivers’ licenses from their home state, may operate a car in California for on« year without obtaining a California dirver’s license, according to a summary of state motor vehicle acts recently compiled by the Automobile Club of Southern California. For those drivers over 21 yeart of age from states which do not require operator’s licenses, tha California state vehicle law provides that those motorists may operate a personally owned car in California for only 30 days.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
/H 7 L.A.P.D. Traffic Educ. Unit PULL TOGETHER TO PULL JAPS APART All-out war demands all-ont production. Accidents slow up war productoin. Help Uncle Sam “axe the Axis” by eliminating traffic casualties. More man-hours in vital defense industries are lost through automobile collisions in one day than by production accidents in a week. One hundred per cent action demands 100 per cent cooperation.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
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