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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 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 probIem—VARIETY— two different vegetables every day. His interest in meals 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. NIKAIDO PRODUCE For Almost a Quarter of a Century in this Community m h I It pays to look before you buy . * . fruit and vegetable prices vary considerably, so it is wise to make careful comparisons of prices that are quoted on identical merchandise. Such an investigation will show you where you can buy all your fruits and vegetables here to advantage. We make this suggestion as we know our prices are low for the quality merchandise we handle. It has been a policy with the firm of Nikaido for over a quarter of a century in Highland Park to keep prices at the lowest level. That’...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

SALMON M *°* or HYDROOS N ATI O VIGCTAtLt O' 4 - PURE VEGETABLE i SHORTENING , ft FOR ALL FRYING CAKES PASTRY L BISCUITS i m. pies M Stays Fresh Longer , , . No “Off-Flavor” Baked Goods! 1-lb. can 25 3-lb. can 69 TRY SAVORY SALMON CASSEROLE Unusual! Delicious! Economical! Recipe on Page 41 f.l-lb. sack 4.9-lb. sack 49« 26 Gentle-Press Tomato Juice Excellent Source of Healthful Vitamin*! 3 s 25* VEGETABLE DINNER! Tasty Lenten Meal 2 cups drained, flaked salmon, freshly cooked or canned (1-lb. can ) 6 tablespoons uncooked, rolled oats Salmon Vegetable Dinner Broadcast by: Mary Lee Taylor , Feb. 26 V 4 cup finely cut green pepper •A teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 54 cup Pet Milk Turn on oven and set at slow (325* F.). Grease six 3-inch muffin tins. Put salmon in mixing bowl. Add oats, green pepper, salt, pepper and milk. Mix thoroughly, then divide among the greased muffin tins. Bake 35 minutes, or until mixture is firm to the touch; Loosen sides and let stand about 5 minutes. Garnish...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

TEST MEATS ate i Ml 4\ w •FLAVOR ADDS NOTHING TO WEIGHT There are 16 ounces In every pound of meat you buy so why not make sure that you get all of the delightful flavor that makes meat he delicious food it Is? There’s only on# way to do so . . . BUT QUALITY . . . buy meat here where you get fullflavored quality at money-saving prices. frrHeaUh 7^ BILL ROCK’S FOR OVER TWENTY YEARS WE HAVE BEEN SERVING FOLKS IN THIS AREA FANCY POT ROAST 27 ROCK’S PURE PORK SAUSAGE BULK LINK 30’Hi 35Mb Delicatessen Full Line of LUER’S Hygrade Cold Meats We Carry a Complete Assortment of CHEESE Headquarters lor Fresh Fish For the Lenten Season RECEIVED DAILY roved . . . h Cleanser 3 '“‘SO* GENUINE . . . O ’ C E D Alt Protects Preserves Polishes L 7 23< I 43'

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Tracksters Will Open Season At Oxy Next Sat. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

Tracksters Will Open Season At Oxy Next Sat. Occidental’s varsity tracksters, coached by Joe "Timberwolf” Pipal, will open their season next Saturday, when they will play hosts to U.S.C. in the annual handicap meet. The Tigers were scheduled to hold a practice triangular meet with Glendale junior college and Los Angeles city college last Saturday but Pipal called the affair off because his men were not in proper condition. However, Glendale and Los Angeles will be Invited to participate in next Saturday’s U.S.C. meet, making It a quadrangular handicap affair. Prospects for a winning team at Oxy this year are not very bright, with three of the outstanding athletes having failed to re-enter school for the second semester. Two of the athletes—Jack Geyer and Paul Shirey—have entered the nation’s armed forces. Geyer is an all-around competitor, entering sprints, hurdles and one or two field events each meet last year, and usually winning one or two of the events. Shirey was conference sp...

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TO SPEAK HERE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

TO SPEAK HERE Honorable Judge Ida May Adams of the Los Angeles Criminal Court will be the speaker at the evening services in the Highland Park Church of God, North Avenue 62 and Kuby Street, next Sunday at 7:45 p.m. Rev. L. W. Guilford, pastor has chosen “Have Faith in God’' as his subject for the Sunday morning services at 11 a.m.

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Opening Baseball Game Scheduled For This Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

Opening Baseball Game Scheduled For This Sunday The opening game of baseball scheduled for last Sunday at the Highland Playground was postponed because of rain, but will take place at the same pityground this Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. The two teams expected to play were the Moose Cards managed by the very capable Gene Baroni and the Lucian Littlefielders, sponsored by Lucian Littlefield of movie fame. The Moose Cards consists of practically all Franklin and exFranklin horsehiders. Their lineup: J. Baroni, 28. G. Baroni (mgr.) C.F. A. Baroni, L.F. R. Soxelby, P. L. Lombardo, 38. R. Poole, C. B. Peterson, R.F. A. Caparello, F.B. S. McNally. S.S. R. Dodd (utility man) The manager of the Moose Cards, formerly a member of the Championship Franklin Baseball Team of 1938, played the 3rd sack the majority of his ball playing career, but will now continue his career at center field. This ball club is about the only j men’s team that includes a pair of hard-hitting, hard-playing twins, br...

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EXHIBITION GAME SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

EXHIBITION GAME SUNDAY Because the Mystery Nine played their game in the City Finals last Sunday, (and won it 10 to 3) while other play-offs were canceled because of wet fields, this Sunday there will be an exhibition game between the Speedoelectric and Mystery Nine. Game begins as usual at 2 p.m. ABANDON PROCEEDINGS City council this week abandoned all proceedings directed to abandonment of a part of Glen- j albyn drive contiguous to the northeasterly line of Grand View terrace between the terminus of Glenalbyn and a point approximately 130 feet southeast of Monterico street.

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Dr. F. P. Woellner To Speak At Next Ebell Club Meet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

Dr. F. P. Woellner To Speak At Next Ebell Club Meet By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson Dr. Frederic P. Woellner, Professor of Education U.C.L.A. will speak on the morning program at the Ebell Clubhouse, 131 So. Avenue 57, Tuesday, March 3, at 10:30. Mrs. Lee O. Tenney, program chairman is happy to present Dr. Woellner, who is well known to all. His topic will be “City Government and the Good Citizens.” A musical program has been arranged for the afternoon. Mrs. E. V. T. Sens, curator of the Bible section will present Mrs. E. E. Hockett, narrator, Mrs. F. R. Feitshans, soloist, and Mrs. Sue Austin, accompanist, in “The Song of the Shepherd.” There will be another Hobby j Day at the clubhouse, March 10. Club and Community projects j will be on display. Get in touch with the chairman, Mrs. George B. Doolittle, regarding your exhibits. Last Tuesday, Mrs. Wm. M. Crandall, president, presented J. Arthur Lewis who conducted a community sing. It was a rather cool morning but everyone got warmed up w...

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LUTHER BURBANK P.-T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

LUTHER BURBANK P.-T.A. “Character Education in Reverse,” will be a Panel Discussion {by Luther Burbank students at the March meeting of the Luther Burbank Parent-Teacher Association, Tuesday, March 3, at 2 p.m. in the Gymnasium with Mrs. F. J. Dietsch, president, presiding. This is election of the nominating committees. Mrs. S. R. Marshall, President of Monte Vista P.-T.A. will be Honorary Hostess. New mothers, come out and get acquainted with your school, its teachers and the Parents Association.

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WE FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

WE FIGHT We are fighting Satan with all the forces we can get together, and by the help of the Almighty we are going to defeat the enemy of our souls and come out victorious. If you are threatened with an invasion of the enemy, don’t delay in mustering all of your strength and that of your allied forces to combat this common foe. Our fort at Glassell Park Nazarene Church, 2921 W. Avenue 35 has been greatly strengthened recently with the help of two strong and well equipped leaders (Rev. Ralph and Mildred Wynkoop of Seattle, .Washington) who have come to help us organize and get our forces lined up for battle. We are very much in need of recruits. The next two weeks we are expecting a goodly number to enlist. Some have already enlisted. Will YOU and YOU and YOU join us in this great defense program? Our only line of defense is Jesus Christ, and our achievement or goal is the City of God. Ralph and Mildred Wynkoop

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Inmates At County Jail In Series of Blood Donations [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

Inmates At County Jail In Series of Blood Donations Inmates of the Los Angeles County Jail today began a series of blood donations which will result in over 1,000 blood donors giving their blood to the American Red Cross for national defense. Arrangements for the mass donations by county jail prisoners were made by Sheriff E. W. Biscailuz and his Jail Physician, Dr. M. E. Crahan, collaborating with Carelton W. Alsop, Director and Dr. C. M. Hyland, Technical Advisor of the Red Cross Donor Service. Donors in the jail must indicate their willingness to participate in this form of patriotism entirely on their own violation. No effort whatever is made to induce them to volunteer their services. When Dr. Crahan was asked to canvas the jail for volunteers, no idea whatever was had that jail inmates would prove to be so generous. Where a few dozen donors had been expected, hundreds volunteered. In taking the blood, from which a vital supply of dried plasma is secured, the Red Cross Blood Do...

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Miss Flora Strout To Be All Day Guest of W.C.T.U. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

Miss Flora Strout To Be All Day Guest of W.C.T.U. Miss Flora Strout, formerly an organizer 1 for the World’s Women’s Christian Temperance Union and a National Lecturer, will be a guest at the all-day meeting of the Highland Park Women’s Christian Temperance Union which will be held at the Highland Park Church, 5300 North Figueroa Street from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 27, 1942. Miss Strout has had thirty-one years of interesting experience in Brazil, Burma, Japan, Ceylon, Straits settlements, and South Africa, as well as working in the United States. The guest will give an address at the afternoon session. She is recommended as a versatile speaker by the National officers of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union and the people with whom she worked in other lands. The program will be offered at Fridays meeting, after a meeting of the Executive board at 10:00 a.m.

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Mrs. Hohenstein New Chairman of Aldama Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

Mrs. Hohenstein New Chairman of Aldama Red Cross Mrs. Gustav Hohenstein, newly appointed Red Cross chairman of Aldama P.-T.A. was enthusiasticly received by the mothers who meet each Thursday morning to knit and sew. New yarn is expected this month as the head of the Los Angeles Chapter of Red Cross will soon return from Washington, D. C. with the new quota. At the pot luck luncheon held last Thursday, after the Red Cross meeting, Mrs. Nellie Montgomery' expressed her appreciation of the co-operation and the amount of work completed in the past two years. Since October, 1941, the class has completed: 52 sweaters, 9 knit suits, 92 pairs mittens, 11 pairs rompers, 20 snow suits, 2 girls skirts, and 3 women’s dresses. This amount would have been doubled if more materials had been obtainable. But the women did not disband in the meantime. They have kept busy making air raid pads and quilts for the school to be used for any emergency.

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Mary Ann Allard Hostess to Many Friends At Parly [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

Mary Ann Allard Hostess to Many Friends At Parly Mary Ann Allard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harper Allard of 6050 Roy Street was a gay and happy hostess, Valentine Day when she invited a number of young friends to her home to help celebrate her February 4th birthday. Highlights of the occasion was a birthday cake with six lighted candles which took three hearty puffs of the young hostess to blackout. Guests included John Allard, Clifford Sands, Skeeter Law, Star Dorothy ' Allard, Barbara Sands, George Carvin, Robert Allard and Charles Carvin.

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lowa Association Cancels Plans For Annual Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

lowa Association Cancels Plans For Annual Picnic Owing to war conditions, the annual picnic reunion of the lowa Association will be called off for the present, indefinitely postponed. This would have been the forty-third annual winter picnic reunion. The lowa Association of Southern California was organized January 18th, 1900.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

FOR RESULTS TRY CLASSIFIED AD 9 CUT RATE DRUG STORES MONTH-END SAVINGS SALE! Ends Sat., Feb. 28th 7 50c HIND'S Honey and Almond CREAM 25 Now Only Half price sale . . limited lime only! Gilbert’s Fresh CITRATE OF MAGNESIA Regular Bottle 12* Fresh Daily. Active Laxative for Relief o 1 Constipation. Regular 25c Tin MAVIS TALCUM 4SVIS r *tcim Mildly Scented 9 Delicately textured Talcum Powder. Disc. (Limit 2) Regular 25c Jar HIND'S DEODRANT Specially Priced 9 Famous Hind’s Cream. Low Priced. Disc. Gilbert's MILK OF MAGNESIA Full Pint EVE CLEANSING 500 TISSUES Limit One Box! $1 FACE COSRAY POWDER c MILK MAGNESIA .. Upjohn's Super-D MjoTTLr'or^r I !^^ cod liver oil \ADEX TABLETS Wander Malted Milk By the makers , of Ovaltlne. ' S-pound tin 99 8-Ounce Bottle Cod liver oil with vitamins A and D. SQUIBB'S NAVITOL MALT 16-Ounce Vitamin A D and B complex. -Qu , ■ & (BOTTLE OF 2SO TABLETS YEAST FOAM SQUIBB'S COD LIVER OIL 12-oz. Bottle Si* Plain or mint flavored. Vll amins A and D. ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942

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