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Plans For Defense Perfected At Washington Irving [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Plans For Defense Perfected At Washington Irving There has been a- great deal of Defense planning at the Washington Irving Junior High School for the safety of students in case of air raids, as is shown by the following report given by Mrs. Lulu H. Hall, Defense Chairman of the P.-T.A., who is working in cooperation with the school faculty: “Defense preparation at Washington Irving Junior High School is as nearly complete and perfected as is humanly possible to make it before a real need. The watchword, under all circumstances, is "Be Calm.” Should raids occur during school hours everything necessary to your child’s safety has been planned and is being carried out. Pupils will not be sent Jiome. ; Students have been familiarized with the air raid signals and drills and know where and how to take their places in case #f such raid. There is also a Medical Advisory Committee' on hand to take care of shock or wounded patients. The students have made and have on hand 280 First Aid kits a...
World Wide Guild Members In Charge Of Evening Service [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
World Wide Guild Members In Charge Of Evening Service The girls of the World Widt Guild, under the direction of Mrs W. A. Randall, had charge of the evening services last Sunday at the Glassell Park Baptist Church. And a beautiful and impressive ceremony was held. The girls were dressed in Grecian robes of white and when they held the Candle Light initiation of new members to. their group it brought a lump to the throats of many it was so beautiful and inspiring. The purpose of this group is to promote a better understanding of Christianity among girls.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
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Franklin Hi P.-T.A. Membership Drive Well Underway [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Franklin Hi P.-T.A. Membership Drive Well Underway The annual mid-term membership drive of Franklin High School Parent-Teacher Association is well underway and an Invitation is extended to parents and friends to join and become acquainted with the activities of the organization. Adella Davis, in her address to the well attended regular meeting February 18, gave much food for thought along the most vital subject of nutrition. Mr. Bowman of the Toastmaster’s Club, spoke, urging the need of buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. Splendid instrumental solos were given by Catherine Mills, cello; Margaret Mattison, flute;, and Ralph Shaffer, violin, accompanied on the piano by Ronnie Scripkus. Mrs. Nell Howard presided. Among the members of the Franklin High Association, who attended the meeting at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, honoring Mrs. William Kletzer, the President of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, were Mrs Nell Howard, Mrs. Dennis Garder, Mrs. Donald Rankin and Mrs. F. ...
Glassell-Cypress Fills Quota In Call For Blood [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Glassell-Cypress Fills Quota In Call For Blood Th* call for a district bloodbank offering to the Red Cross mood Bank was magnificently answered. A week before the closiof j te the Quota number was tUled and volunteers were still phomng in. Having been informed that another block-booking is beh -J for in the Lincoln Heights district the local overflow was turned in that direction. Hie following folks of the Glasth reS u area are now wearing the little bronze donor’s button: Mesdames Edith Ashworth Norrna Busey, F. C. Clements. Charles Cena, Effie Diederich, Mane Dickey, Marion B. Duff Ora Ford. Juanita Gambino! Hearms, Flora Jumey, Rose Koskie, Harriet G. Morris. H M Markham, Mrs. McConnell, Edith McCarter, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Overton, Florence Olsen, Mrs. Overton Helen Parker, Mrs. Rounsefell, Maunne Seaton, Clelia Swafford, Don Smith, L. Swartz, Erauen, E. C. Taft, Mildred Thost, Mrs. Whittman, Jessie Wiseman, Miss Anna Duwalter. and the Messrs. Ell. Jones, Harry Newman, Maurice Cord...
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday This verse from Philippians, “God shall supply all your needs according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus,” is the Golden Text in the Lesson-Sermon on “Christ Jesus” on Sunday in all Churches of Christ, Scientist. Among the Scriptural citations are these passages from Matthew: “Now when Jesus was bom in Bethlehem of Judaea in the days of Herod the king, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem, Saying, Where is he I that is born King of the Jews? . . . j When Herold the king had heard I these things, he was troubled, and j all Jerusalem with him . . . And he sent them to Bethlehem, and said, Go and search diligently for the young child; . . . When they had heard the king, they departed; and, 10, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was . . . And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and wor...
To Launch Victory Garden Campaign Week of March 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
To Launch Victory Garden Campaign Week of March 1 Looking forward to the official launching of a Victory Gardens campaign in Los Angeles the week of March 1, a special committee, recently appointed by the City Defense Council, today is completing plans for a program which Is expected to attract the interest of many local citizens. Plans as outlined call for full cooperation with other Victory Gardens programs now In progress under the guidance of the Los Angeles Board of Education and other groups and organizations. Interest in the program Is being shown by adults as well as children, it was announced. Instructions and information of value to prospective gardeners are being prepared by members of the committee and will be available to the public prior to the launching of the city-wide program. Mrs. Winfred R. Goddard, representing the city beautification committee of the Women’s Auxiliary, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, is chairman of the City Defense Council’s Victory Gardens Com...
UNITED LATIN BLOC FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
UNITED LATIN BLOC FORECAST Highlighting "Americanism Week” with United Americas Day, the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce gathered with prominent Southern California patriotic and civic leaders to hear Dr. Octavio Mendez Pereira, former president of the University of Panama. "Relations between Argentina and Chile and the Axis powers will be ruptured soon. With the inauguration of its new president, Juan Antonio Rios, Chile will join the Pan-American bloc and Argentina will *jj n declared Dr. Pereira who is pictured above delivering his idaress with Jo* Crail, American ism exponent who introduced the speaker.
Draft Registrars Thank Those Who Assisted On R-Days [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Draft Registrars Thank Those Who Assisted On R-Days Mrs. W. D, Turner, President of the Yorkdale P.-T.A., who acted as Chief Registrar for the recent Selective Service Draft Board and Mr. W. D. Turner, Alternate Chief, wish to extend their thanks to the following persons who gave so freely of their time to that cause: Miss Anamay Chapman, Principal of Yorkdale, and Mrs. Nellie P. Hemenway, member of the Faculty. Mrs. W. O. Lothrop, Ruth E. Wilber, Fannie Braun, Mary E. Morris, Lorena Russell, Daisy G. Packer, Edna Clark, Lois Robbins and Mr. Fred T. Barry, Edward Tompkins, Paul Gentry, Charles Robbins and Frank Morris. At the conclusion of the Home Nursing class, under the direction of Miss Catherine Taylor, twentyfour ladies received certificates of achievement. Most of these ladies are continuing with Miss Taylor in her class in First Aid.
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl Hip fractures occurring in the aged are very serious many things combine to make it so. Age brings with it circulatory disturbances and disturbances of elimination. The shook is not tolerated well. Various accidents associated with the fracture are prone to occur. For this reason every effort is being made to reduce bed confinement, reduce pain and discomfort, and allow changes in position. The most satisfactory way of taking care of hip fractures in the aged is by operation on the bone, with a metal pin made to hold the bone fragments in place. It obviates the necessity of a long, bulky cast worn for many months though full weight bearing is not permitted for many months. The success of this surgical treatment is very great but still must overcome the prejudice of folk who believe that because a person is old he need not have the care accorded a younger person. Your doctor will.advise you of its advantages. There is more opposition to a doctor’...
First Aid Class To Fe Held At Annandale School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
First Aid Class To Fe Held At Annandale School On. Tuesday, February 24th, at 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon, Mrs. Cook will instruct a First Aid Red Cross class at the Annandale Grammar school on North Figueroa. The class will be limited to 26, so come early. Mrs. Helen Tally has been ratified as Third Vice-President of the Annandale P.-T.A. In the place of Mrs. Dena Siberell, who, due to illness, will be unable to resume her office. On February 27th, at the home of Mrs. Alice Neely, there will be a Child Welfare benefit card party. The. games will be: 500, bridge, bunco, and pinochle. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Edna Bryan, Mrs. Maggart, and Mrs. Alice Carlson. The address is 6017 La Prada Park, or call CLeveland 64553, and CLeveland 62681.