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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
/ THE CRY IS FOR VARIETY! -KDo you have trouble getting your child to eat the vegetables which are so essential to his good health? Then here’s the answer to your problem—VAßlETY—two different vegetables every day. His interest in meal* will improve and he’ll cry for more—not less—vegetables. In our Produce Department you will find the variety which is the crying need of diets suffering from mealtime monotony. KING'S FRESH PRODUCE Help Yourself If You Wish each 10 (EXTRA LARGE AVOCADOS FULL OF JUICE FULL OF JUICE M mm mm ORANGES 5 4 “25 10 FULL POD SWEET P E AS lb GREEN PIPPIN APPLES SOLID HEADS LETTUCE NEW CROP ALMONDS IS 39 lb LARGE BUDDED WALNUTS 29 lb KING'S DELICATESSEN TRY OUR SALADS! KITCHEN-FRESH NONE BETTER OUR OWN Potato Salad PINT 15 0 OUR OWN COLE SLAW PINT 10 0 NEW YORK NIPPY CHEESE 18. 49 0 RAW _ Vegetable Salads 15 DELICIOUS JELL-O Fruit Salad Pint 15 0 PENNSYLVANIA SMOKED SAUSAGE 39 lb EGGS TRY THE AT THE DELICATESSEN DEPT. FRESH DAILY FROM NEARBY RANCHES 'SAVE" 71 '...
Aircraft Women's Clubs To Meet Next Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Aircraft Women's Clubs To Meet Next Wednesday The next meeting of the Aircraft Women’s Club will be Wednesday, February 25. Installation of officers will be discussed. Katherine Bransen will report on Red Cross services, sewing, bandages, knitting, etc. Any member interested in a course of Home Nursing come to the meeting or notify Virginia Packard at 401 Del Rey, Pasadena, or phone SYcamore 2-6293. Meetings are 2nd Wednesday at 7:30 and 4th Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. each month at 175 N. Los Robles, Pasadena. All Wives, mothers, sisters, daughters, and fiances of men working in aircraft industries also women employed in same are eligable for membership. Call Estelle Kuhl, SYcamore 3-4875 or 286 S. Chester, Pasadena, regarding information.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Income Tax Forms Carefully Typed W. D. CRAIGMILE 3212 RTo. Figueroa SI. CA. 1-1876 CL. 6-8050 George Washington b.22, 1732 "The very idea of the power &amp; right of the people to establish government presupposes the duty of every individual to obey the established government. G. Washington Our government -the one we builthas cautioned us to reveal no military information. Perhaps the location of a gun emplacement or the fact that a ship left the harbor last night seems unimportant to you But our government is seeking to protect us, our men in service, our shores and our future. It has msked us to "serve in silence.’’ It's good sense to co-operate fully 94 LOS ANGELES RAILWAY BUY STAMPS BUY BONDS AMERICAN REGION Post 206 NOTES By F. F. FULLER PAST COMMANDERS’ NITE All the Past Commanders of Legion Post 206 will celebrate Thursday night, February 19th, at 8:00 p.m. Those expected will be “Baldy” Britton, “Art” Brooks, Van Bishop, “Bill’ Bradley, Earl Campbell, “Tom” Esterbroo...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
"We Can Only Lose This War If We Slow Up Our Effort Or If We Waste Time Sniping At Each Other" FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON Rsi^HH)kpatch 5123 York Blvd VOLUME VI.- -NUMBER 24. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, FEBRUARY 26, 1942 A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities Albany 0193 FIVE CENTS A COPY
The Sage Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
The Sage Says: By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title represents the opinion of the publisher of this paper, and not the writer of this column, who holds that modesty Is a virtue that should prevail In any Itinerant scrlbbllngs. The boys of the navy seem to know what they are talking about when they say the Japs eannot shoot for sour mush. The big undersea craft that fired a dozen shots at the Golita refinery while President Roosevelt was broadcasting Monday night only landed one shell near its objective. One other landed far up a canyon and the other ten struck in the surf or far offshore. * * » Why doesn’t the one in charge of camoflage think of turning scene painters loose on the big oil tanks? One man in a few days could turn the big containers into an innocent group of trees. They could similate a tank where it is not, and so mislead the evening Snipers, unless a fifth column traiter would give it all away by blinking information to the evening from some hidden position o...
Defense Measures Explained Defense Advice Given By Lieulenanl Schanfz At Mass Meeting Here [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Defense Measures Explained Defense Advice Given By Lieutenant Schantz At Mass Meeting Here “Don’t let your guard down!” That was the advice given to people of Highland Park last Friday night by Lieutenant Paul Schantz of the United States army’s Fourth Interceptor command when he addressed a mass meeting called by the Highland Park Organization for Co-opera-tion in Civilian Defense. The meeting was held in the Highland Park American Legion hall, with 200 citizens in attendance. Other speakers on the program were L. F. Olson, regional director for the Southern California Ground Observation; Sergeant L. L. Mitchell, air raid warden coordinator for Highland Park; Reuben Brown, of the Los Angeles civil defense council; and George Terhune, one of the air raid wardens in Highland Park. Mrs. E. B. Campbell, vice-presi-dent of the Highland Park 'organization, presided, while Howard Stanton, program chairman, introduced the speakers. Olson and Lt. Schantz told of the ground observation work ...
Boys' Week Plans Set For End Of April [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Boys' Week Plans Set For End Of April Boys’ Week, the one period in the year when boys rule, will be celebrated this year from Sunday, April 26 to the following Saturday, May 2nd, it was announced this week. Simultaneous with the announcement of the date, new officers for the Council were named. Arthur Read Hewitt, one of the founders of Boys’ Week in Los Angeles and treasurer for many years, was elected president, replacing Dr. James Steinberg, who was selected as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Joseph Scott was re-elected vice-president and also re-named to the position as general chairman of Boys’ Week. James G. Warren and D. W. Pontius were elected vice-presi-dents; G. E. McPeek, treasurer and G. M. Hoyt, secretary. Special emphasis will be placed this year on Boys’ Day in the Community, which will embrace boys’ part in defense. The annual week will open with Boys’ Day in Churches, under co-chairmen, A. L. Miller and Clifford W. Huling. Monday, April 27 will be Boys’ Day in ...
Methodist Church To Hold Youth Convention Here [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Methodist Church To Hold Youth Convention Here Plans are being completed to enable the Highland Park Methodist churct to accommodate more than 300 delegates from 60 churches in and around metropolitan Los Angeles when the Los Angeles District of Methodist Youth Fellowship’s annual convention is held here on February 27, 28, and March 1. Registration will begin at 4 p. m. Friday, with a get-acquainted party following at 8:30 in the Franklin High school’s gir 1 s’ gym., Speakers at the devotional services will be Karl Downs, K. Morgan Edwards, and Ed Erny. Highlight of the convention will be the banquet of Saturday evening ,followed by a play presented by the conference players. The convention will terminate with devotional services on Sunday morning which will include the installation of newly-elected officers and communion service. The purpose of these conventions is five-fold. They are held to elect district youth officers, for group discussions, to plan the program for the coming ...
Local Men Prisoners Of Japs Al Least Seven Men Of Northeast Los Angeles Held [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Local Men Prisoners Of Japs Al Least Seven Men Of Northeast Los Angeles Held At least seven Northeast Los Angeles and South Pasadena men were among the 2,210 Americans reported last week by the navy as being captured by Japanese in their attacks on Wake, Guam, and in China. Addresses of many of the reported prisoners were not announced, so that it is quite possible several other men from this district were among those captured. William Wiltshire Boinar Jr., above* a former Eagle Bock High School athlete who was with the Marines in Guam, was named as one of the Americans held prisoner by the Japs. Four of the seven local men were civilian workers on Wake island. -They are: Clair E. Compton, 2419 Fernleaf Street. Joseph Hiser, 3054% Cazador Street. William R. Manson, South Pasadena. Norman H. Neblett, whose brother, Sidney S. Neblett, lives at 1382 Eagle Vista Drive in Eagle Rock. Two of the men were marines stationed at Guam. They are: Corporal Robert. A. Newton, 134% South Avenue 19...
TOWNSEND CLUB TO MEET [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
TOWNSEND CLUB TO MEET The Townsend Club No. 10 will meet Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orrie J„ Hill, 322 No. Avenue 54, pending granting of permits for Monte Vista school for the month of March. Such permits r.re only issued the Ist of each month. The Sunday afternoon meetings of the Affiliated Clubs has been discontinued for the time being. Members please give this notice publicity.
School Hobby Show Now In Progress [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
School Hobby Show Now In Progress Hobbies for Home Defense—this theme motivates the Second Annual Los Angeles City School Hobby Show, now in progress until the end of February on school playgrounds throughout the city school district. Hobbiests from eight to eighty years of age—and anyone with a hobby to display is eligible—are proudly entering the products of leisure-time activities in which they have found recreation, education, and personal satisfaction. School authorities find that as America gears herself to the war effort, families spend more time together, and the home assumes new importance as a center for recreation and out-of-school activties. Hoteies as the basis for a closer family relationship are invaluable. . Collections of dolls in native costumes, minerals, butterflies, match box covers, badges, buttons, and Insignia, photographs, bells, perfume bottles, homemade games, miniature china animals, model airplanes and boats, salt and pepper shakers, cactus gardens, trop...
Miss A. C. Loomis Becomes Bride of Corp. Dale Smith [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Miss A. C. Loomis Becomes Bride of Corp. Dale Smith In a double ring ceremony at Camp Roberts in the Southeast Chapel, Miss Arline Constance Loomis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bentin B. Loomis of 6303 Aldama Street, became the bride of Corp. Dale Dudley Smith, February 14. Chaplain Eric L. Danielsen officiated. Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Smith of Santa Ana. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride wore a powder blue suit, with hat and veil to match, black patent leather accessories; her corsage was orchids, Mrs. Meruim B. Loomis, sister-in-law of the bride was in attendance. Corp. Robert Phienny, friend of the groom served as best man, during the ceremony soft organ music in the background was heard, a soldier friend of the groom sang a solo, “Because.” After a short honeymoon spent at Carmet, the groom returned to his duties at Camp Roberts, the bride is a graduate of Franklin High school and is affiliated with Sigma Phi Gamma International Sorority...
H. P. Coordinating Council To Meet Next Mon. Noon [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
H. P. Coordinating Council To Meet Next Mon. Noon The Highland Park Co-ordinat-ing Council will hold its General Luncheon Meeting on Monday, March 2, 1942 at 12:15 p.m. Important program on locally vital matters is being arranged. Juvenile delinquency is on a sharp increase. Something must be done about it. A record attendance is urged at this meeting. Be there in full force and bring someone. Every local Citizen is automatically a member of the ,H. P. Co-ordinat-ing Council. Meeting will be held at the Arroyo Vista Women’s Clubhouse 437 Redfield Ave., (Hermon District). Luncheon 40 cents. Make reservations by phoning CLeveland 6-4860, in the A.M. and after 3 o’clock in P.M.
Railway Hearings Recessed Testimony To Be Resumed In April By The Commission [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Railway Hearings Recessed Testimony To Be Resumed In April By The Commission After three complete days of testimony the State Railroad Commission recessed until April 16th, at which time the experts for the City of Los Angeles, and the Railroad Commission, will proceed to bring before the Commission their analysis of the exhibits and evidence introduced by the Los Angeles Railway Corporation. Commissioner Ray Riley presided at the hearing, with Chief Examiner J. G. Hunter, Chief Engineer Arthur C. Jenkins, and other members of the staff of the Railway Commission, in attendance. G. Tillman, K. C. Bean, and S. Lanham, appeared for the City of Los Angeles, Max E. Utt for the Los Angeles Railway, T. K. Resmey for the California Progressive, The Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach employees, A.F.L., by Attorney Horn and Paul Rowley, President; a good representation of citizens was also present. The Highland Park Transportation Council was also represented....