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Large Attendance At Founders Day In G. P. School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Large Attendance At Founders Day In G. P. School On Friday afternoon, January 23, members of the Highlands Council of the P.-T.A. observed Founders’ Day at Glassell Park School. The council members and guests were welcomed by Mrs. Dessie Mathews, president of the Glassel Park P.-T. A., and also Mrs. Helen Parker, president of Highlands Council, as Glassell Park is her home school. Mrs. Mabel L. Hart, Council Home Service Chairman, gave the inspirational message, “Ten Commandments For A Child, ” and “A Mother’s Prayer.” The usual business of the council was conducted, reports were given by all of the council chairmen and local presidents. A beneficial talk on “The Importance of P.-T.A. Membership” was given by Mrs. Donald M. Rapkin, third vice-president of Tenth District. The Council Parliamentarian, Mrs. Frank R. Schaefer, gave pointers in parliamentary procedure, for the benefit of all local' presidents. Mrs. Parker appointed Mrs. R. E. Giese, of Dahlia Heights, Mrs. Edward Koehm, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
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Men’s Club Of Baptist Church Hold First Meeting’ [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Men’s Club Of Baptist Church Hold First Meeting’ The Men’s Club of the Glassed Park Baptist Church held their first meeting of the year last Tuesday, January 20, in the Church social hall. A steak dinner was served by the ladles of the Missionary Society. Mr. Dan Bowen gave a talk about Lepers, with moving pictures depicting the actual work being done in locating such cases and caring for them until such a time as they could be they could be sent to the Leper Colonies, and the further work in maintaining their well being. Last year there were four cases here in Los Angeles, but thanks to this organization Mr. Bowen represents, they have bee nisolated and sent to a Leper Colony. Mr. Jack Holland led the singing,and while some were a bit off key, they all sang from the heart and had a wonderful time. Mr. Stanley Nash was soloist.
Pot Luck Supper Held By Guild In Glassell Park [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Pot Luck Supper Held By Guild In Glassell Park Last Friday, January 23, at Pot Luck Supper was held by the World Wide Guild (a girl’s organization), in the Glassell Park Baptist Church at the church, Eagle Rock Blvd at Avenue 30. Shirley Sowden, program chairman. arranged a Round Table discussion on “Living Together In The Family.” If some of the parents had been present, this discussion would have made them sit up and take notice—these “kids” know a lot more about things than most of us realize. In connection with the family theme, Shirley told of Saturday nights of the great missionary David Livingston: Marilyn Randall told the story of the adventures of the Jacks family. The devotional service was led by Ameal Randall and Frances Cobb sang two solos. The young group is on the lookout for more members, and asked that all interested get in touch with their leader, Mrs. W. A. Randall, CLeveland 66438.
Emphasize Need Of Trained Leaders [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Emphasize Need Of Trained Leaders The urgent need o traine leaders was emphasized by Mrs. Ralph E. Vandervort, Parent Education Leader, in elaborating in her topic— Preparing Youth for Tomorrows World by Keeping a Sound Mind—at the last regular meeting of the Franklin high school Parent-Tea-cher Association, Wednesday, January 21. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Barbara Davis, Girls’ League president. Two inspiring numbers were given by the A Cappella Choir under the direction of Mrs. Martha Abbott. A social hour followed.