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What Do You Think? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
What Do You Think? You sent a Valentine to me, A wisp of lacy rhyme With gay red hearts and arrows gold — A love song for a dime! I’ve gotten other Valentines Far costlier — lt’s queer That none of them quite measure up To that one you sent, dear. * He My Valentine? February 14 may be just a number on the calendar to lots of people, but to youngsters it’s the day a kindly St. Valentine lends a helping hand to those whom Cupid’s arrows have left tongue-tied and flustered. Upon such matters, elders may make knowing remarks about “puppy love,” but truth to tell, were hopes more keen, or heartbeats more frantic than when, casting all caution to the wind, you boldly declared your feelings toward the little brown-haired girl with the blue eyes who sat opposite you in the fourth grade? Of course, you didn’t say it out loud in so many words. That’s where St Valentine came in. He enabled you to pluck up your courage and express your sentiments on one of his special cards, illumined with glow...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
FREE IDENTIFICATION TAGS No cost or obligation . , . nothing to buy. Simply come in and register your name and address at our defense center desk and return in a few days for your tag. Children must be accompanied by adults. KING'S FOOD MARKET r 3500 Eagle Rock Blvd. o FREE VALENTINE BREAKFAST SATURDAY, FEB. 14 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. FAMILY STYLE MENU Sperry's Pancakes Schilling's Coffee Morrel's Meal Iris Juices Iris Syrup Pel Milk Knudsen's Fresh Milk &amp; Buffer ALL YOU CAN EAT BE HERE EARLY AND ENJOY FREE BREAKFAST While Shopping King's Food Market 3500 Eagle Rock Blvd.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
NOTICE Will the parties seen entering house at 5252 Irvington Place, Sunday, February 8, please return silverware and other articles taken out? Mrs. Jayne Borgmier, 5121 York Blvd. No questions asked. //■• TaiUllaL \COJHJU can MEXICAN DINNER Enchiladas, Spanish Rice. Fried Beans, Salad. Hot Rolls, Tortillas and Butter and Coffee. 50c CHILI RELLENOS .. CHILI COLORADO Con Came TACOS . . BEEF OR CHCKEN Orders Filled by Phone North Figuer-O Cafe ENCH,LaDfIs *** to take out CL-6-6857 6711 N. FIGUEROA ST. 808 BEACH, Prop.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
SPEC Strutter Cloth SLACKS Navy. Brown. R. A F. Blue, Green, Beige. New drape model with hip pockets. Sizes 12 to 20. Reg. va1.54%95 $6.95 A L ! JUMPER DRESSES Button front In latest styles and colors. Strut.lei clotn, crease-resistant. Sizes 10-20 LONG SLEEVE BLOUSES— All styles, sizes &amp; colors. Reg. value $1.98 s^9s Reg. Val. $6.95 Special— Use Our Friendly Budget Plan QUALITY DRESS SHOP 5034 York Boulevard Next to York Food Market I U Use Our Friendly Budget Flan
“The Under Pup” To Be Presented At Thorne Hall [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
“The Under Pup” To Be Presented At Thorne Hall THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS Mrs. Albert Clark, chairman of the program committee of the Thorne Hall Junior Matinees, held on the second Saturday ■of each month, annouces that on February 14, at 2 p.m., at Thorne Hail Occidental college, “The tinder Pup,” starring Gloria Jean, will he presented to entertain the young people In this area. As usual, Mrs. C. E. McDowell will give an Organ Recital, and our spinach-eating friend, “Popeye” will be on hand on the screen, to provide the comedy for the afternoon. Chaperons are always in attendance. These programs are sponsored by Highlands Council of the Par-ent-Teache rAssociation, and are considered good clean entertainment for young people of all ages. The admittance charges are: children, 11 cents, juniors, 13 cent* - and adults, 28 cents.
YOUNG DIRECTOR [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
YOUNG DIRECTOR Madeleine Carroll, currently costarring with Stirling Hayden in Paramount's desert island romance, “Bahama Passage,” worked her way through the Paris SorbOnne writing and directing amateur plays. She became a professional actress before graduating. Political or professional reputation cannot last forever, but a conscience void of offense before God and man is an inheritance for eternity. —Daniel Webster
Technocracy Inc., Invites Public To Valentine Party [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
Technocracy Inc., Invites Public To Valentine Party An evening of fun is promised all those, who attend the Valentine Party and Dance to he given at Section 1, R.D.11834, Technocracy Inc., 2666 Pasadena Avenue,- this Saturday evening, announces Lena Llocchi, social chairman. The public is invited to attend and enjoy the dancing, entertainment and refreshments which will be provided. ‘‘Technocracy; The Design,” is the lesson to be presented at the regular Study Class next Tuesday evening by Everett Bertoia, capable instructor. These study classes are free to the public.
Glassell-Cypress District Gets New Date To Give Blood [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
Glassell-Cypress District Gets New Date To Give Blood Before last week’s edition had been published in this district the list of blood donors as planned for the 11th had been filled, —so the Red Cross phoned and told this district would handle a complete blood block of thirty-six—and a new date was given, the 24th. The group will leave at one o’clock from the Verdugo Playground and the Glassell Baptist church meeting at the donation center at 1:40. So it will not be too late to join the Glassell-Cypress group when you read this. We regret we could not have let you, know this sooner but the news and printing time are several days apart, but the 24th it now is and will remain until the list is filled. Transportation will be furnished and those who can be there but a brief time will be allowed to have first chance to offer blood. Remember the Red Cross will take only those who weigh more than 120 pounds, and those who are V .ween the ages of 21 and 60. Eighteen, 19 and 20-year-old youn...
Many L. A. Ry. Men In Armed Services [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
Many L. A. Ry. Men In Armed Services Men who drove busses through the streets of Los Angeles will probably be behind the wheel of army trucks; car-washers who scrubbed streetcars may be performing the same function with airplanes; skilled mechanics who tinkered with coach motors are qualified to repair warship engines. Conductors and motorinen will, because of their experience, be able to fulfill a diversity of military duties. In many ways the army and navy will make use of the highly trained men who have been inducted into the armed services from the Los Angeles Railway, the Railway Bureau of Public Service announced this week. A red and white flag studded with blue stars flying at the Railway Building attests to military service of its employees. “We are very proud to assist the government, not only in the continued operation of our regular service, but in the furnishing of specially trained men for the many necessities of the emergency,” L. A. Reeves, director of the bureau said...
Interesting- Program Scheduled For Next Ebell Club Meeting By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
Interesting - Program Scheduled For Next Ebell Club Meeting By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson “First Ladies of the Land Live Again” when Mrs. Lee O. Tenney, program chairman, presents a very intresting program at the Ebell club house, next Tuesday, February 17. Mary Waterstreet, a superb actress will give dramatic episodes from the lives of the first ladies of the land from Martha Washington to Eleanor Roosevelt. Drama section at one o’clock with Mrs. Theta Lynn van Dugteren in charge presents members of her dramatic family, Mrs. Alice Artz and Mrs. Cora Tatum. Mr. Dan Hammock, Sr., will discuss the, effects of War on drama, literature and motion pictures. Friday, February 13, the ways and means committee with Mrs. Cora G. Tatum hostess, will hold the regular monthly dessert bridge luncheon at 12:30. Cooperating with the Victory Book Drive, each guest is asked to bring a book from her bookshelf, one that has already served its purpose in the family. Mrs. E. H. Ford, Red Cross and national d...
Executive Board Of Aldama P.-T.A. To Meet Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 February 1942
Executive Board Of Aldama P.-T.A. To Meet Tuesday There will he a meeting of the executive board of theAldama P.T.A., Tuesday, February 17, in the school library at 10 a.m. All members are urged to attend. Aldama was represented at the Tenth District meeting held at Lincoln high school by Mrs. Alta Thompson, president. Mrs. Amelia Downs and Mrs. Florence Johnston are assisting in defense work at the listening post in the American Legion hall every Thursday morning. The mid-term membership drive is now on and anyone wishing to join Aldama Parent-Teacher Association is urged to do so now. The Red Cross class will meet Thursday, February 12, because of the holiday. The next meeting, Thursday, February 19, will start at 9:30 a.m. with a pot luck luncheon at 12 noon. Anyone that has ever attended the class is invited and urged to attend. Please call Mrs. Nellie Montgomery at AL. 8980 for reservations. The six day playground with Miss Ruth Marlatt, director, now