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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
BIG PINE The CUT RATE Service Station BETTER SERVICE Quality Merchandise CL. 6-9326 PROTECT YOUR HOME Community Fire Defense Program 1. Do you know what to do In case of gas attack? You must protect your own home! 2. Bo you know how to tell what kind of gas is being used? Your Fire Department will show you in the next lesson given by them at The Verdugo Playground, 3580 Verdugo Road March sth • 12th and 19th at 7:00 P.M. More information on Fire Prevention also at ARAGON SCHOOL, 1118 Aragon Ave. Mondays, March 9th, 16th and 23rd 3. Do you know the danger of inflammable materials in your home? You should keep your home free from spots of danger. The P.-T.A. will help and you can help their “ Child Welfare Program” hy giving them your rags, paper and metal salvage. /11l Out For Home Defense Make Glassell, Cypress Area the best protected community in the city! For Additional Information Phone: CL. 6-2226 Sponsored by Glassell, Cypress Co-ordinating Council and the Business Men of your ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Get Your GREETING CARDS Here KODAK - FILM DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING Anderson’s Photo Shop $Bll N. Figueroa St. More power to build defense.. This is a war of equipment rather than of men. Equipment for aggression, planes and tanks and armament, must be met with equipment for defense. In Southern California the growth of industries fostered by the need of defense materials is almost fantastic. Great as are the demands of this growth the Edison Company continues to be ready to meet the power needs of new , and bigger and busier industrial plants—ready, as always, to be of greater public service. Southern California Edison Company Ltd.
Urge Women To Attend Class For Physical Fitness [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Urge Women To Attend Class For Physical Fitness Realizing the importance of keeping physically fit during these trying days, Franklin Evening High School urges HIGHLAND PARK women to take advantage of the physical education class offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:00 to 9:00. Under the direction of Melidia Goldman, the first hour is devoted to conditioning exercises which are designed to correct posture faults and to reproportion figures where necessary. With Spring and Summer fashions making their appearance on the market, the average woman is probably making mental notes of where and how much she should “stream-line” to wear her Easter outfit to best advantage. Women interested in joining this Class can register in the Franklin Evening High School office.
Franklin Workshop Turns Out Two Hundred Stretchers [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Franklin Workshop Turns Out Two Hundred Stretchers Two hundred stretchers to be used in case of bombing or other such catastrophe have been made by the cabinet makers of Franklin High School. After the Pearl Harbor disaster when the American people were shocked into the realization of their own dangerous unpreparedness in event -of any emergency, it was discovered that in the whole of Los Angeles there were only eighty stretchers, hardly adequate equipment for any great emergency. This situation had to be remedied quickly so the officials turned over to the Los Angeles ■schools the job of constructing the three thousand stretchers that were needed. Ten Los Angeles schools were assigned this job. Shortage of material halted the Franklin boys’ work for several days during the manufacture of the two hundred, stretchers. The goal of three thousand stretchers of all the schools, however, was reached. Price for the needed material for the stretchers rose far above normal due to the war em...
Annual Hobby Day At Ebell Club Set For Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Annual Hobby Day At Ebell Club Set For Tuesday By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson Next Tuesday, March 10, will mark the third annual Hobby Day at the Highland Park Ebell Club. It Is also Public Affairs Day. Mrs. George B. Doolittle will be chairman of the day. Robert Teall, Principal, Franklin High School will speak on "The Home Front.” "War Gardens" will be discussed at the open forum led by Mrs. Harry L. Stroh. A musical number by the quartette from the Women’s Glee Club of Occidental College. In the afternoon the Literature section will present Ruth Haskell Lane and other local short story writers, who will blend their talents of creative writing with hobbies as displayed by Club and Community. This is a community project as well as club, and all are welcomed to exhibit their hobbies. Among the various exhibits will be Art, Handcraft, Foodcraft, Red Cross activities and several others. A hobby is the fun It gives us but when It does good for others it has a greater remuneration. Make your...
GUEST SPEAKER [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
GUEST SPEAKER Matters of deep Importance are to be discussed next Sunday night, when Dr. Elam J. Anderson, president of Redlands University, will be the guest speaker at Glassell Park Baptist Church. Dr. Anderson is well known to both educational and spiritual leaders and his topic for the evening will be "P.-T.A.’s and Spiritual Defense.”
G.P. Baptist Church To Be Host In March Conferences [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
G.P. Baptist Church To Be Host In March Conferences During the month of March, the Glassell Park Baptist Church, Eagle Rock Blvd. at Ave. 30, is to be the host church to an interdenominational church conference, together with a course In choir leadership and singing. These meetings are to be held each Saturday afternoon and evening during March. Every Saturday at 2 p.m., Prof. Elton M. Roth will have a voice class, and if you are at all interested in singing or song leadership in your church there will never be, a better opportunity present Itself to you, to. learn and master the art of' singing than at this time. At 3:30 p.m. this Saturday, March 7th, the Rev. Edward Wycoff will speak, and at 6 p.m. Prof. Roth will speak about music In the church.
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
How’s Y our Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl Your teeth represent a means of maintaining- your health. In many ways when they are neglected they are the cause of poor health. If we start with a small child and remember that babies cut their first teeth between four and six months of age under normal conditions, we must remember that abnormal delay in teething may be due to nutritional disturbances, lack of vitamins, or in many cases a matter of heredity. Progenitors of the child having been extremely slow to teeth. These children may be delayed in the use of certain foods. All may be helped by the judicious use of fruit juices and cod liver oil. When the infant's teeth are being replaced by permanent teeth, care should be taken that your dentist will have the opportunity to prevent distortion of the permanent teeth by their being pushed aside by too retentive deciduous teeth. Early in life the teeth may be decayed, frequently by improper diet and insufficient care. If not promptly given p...
Aldama School To Hear J. H. Curtis In Defense Talks [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Aldama School To Hear J. H. Curtis In Defense Talks Beginning next Friday, March 6, in the Aldama School Auditorium, 10 to 12 a.m. and continuing for the four consecutive Fridays, Mr. J. H. Curtis of the Defense Council, will give a series of free instructions on the defense measures one should all make, to protect their homes and families during this emergency. Rules, regulations, and devices, for air raids, bomb shelters, bombs, pbison gas, etc,, will all be discussed. Many who could not get into the course which Mr. Curtis is just finishing at Luther Burbank Jr. High, may take this course. All citizens in this vicinity are welcome. The Aldama mothers and their children are meeting, beginning this Friday, March 6, at 1:00 p.m. Laird Cregar, the 280-pound character actor in “This Gun for Hire,” really has a healthy appetite. His dinners usually include two steaks with all the trimmings.
FRANKLIN HI-LITES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
FRANKLIN HI-LITES By DONNA HAYS Colleen Townsand was installed as president of the B-10 Girls’ League last Wednesday. Her supporting cabinet is Anna Marie Wood, vice president; Melba Ratten, secretary; Charlotte Fretzer, treasurer; Florence Genofsky, social chairman; Betty Bean and Betty Hitch, yell leaders. The A-lO’s elected Shirley Stone to head their cabinet in the position of president. Her supporting cabinet is Avonne Adams, vice president; Barbara Knighton, social chairman; Ruth Yorba and Helen Burk, yell leaders. TRADITIONAL CEREMONY In an impressive torch bearing ceremony, the Girls’ League officers were installed last week. Yvonne Watson, newly elected president, took a , leading part. Alice Skolfield, vice president; Edith Kinney, secretary; Norma Bently, social chairman; Catherine Gregory, treasurer; Pauline DlTuri and Merle Becker, yell leaders; were the other officers. TICKETS LACK SUPPORT Franklin’s student body failed to give support to the long wanted season tickets...
Buchanan P.-T.A. Invites Public To View Film Showing- [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Buchanan P.-T.A. Invites Public To View Film Showing- The Buchanan Parent-Teacher Association extends a cordial invl- - tation to the public to view the film “Fighting- Fire Bombs,’’ which will be presented at their next regular meeting, Thursday, March 12th, at 2 p.m. in the school auditorium. A member of the Fire Department will be on hand to answer any questions which may arise after the showing of the film. Members of the Executive Board will act as hostesses for the meeting, and Mrs. Grace Trerise will preside. This meeting was originally scheduled for Friday night, March 13th, but all evening meetings and enteratinments have been cancelled during the emergency. The Buchanan P.-T.A. will sponsor a paper drive on Wednesday, March 11th. Please bring your papers to the Baltimore entrance to the Buchanan School playground, if possible, on that morning, or you may send your name and address to school with your child, and they will be picked up by P.-T.A. members.
Highlands Council Guests of Aragon Avenue School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Highlands Council Guests of Aragon Avenue School On February 27, Highlands Council members were the guests of Aragon Avenue School. A warm welcome was extended to all of those present by Mrs. Florence Thompson, president of the Aragon P.-T.A., and Mrs. Alice Colestock, principal of the school. The Inspirational Message, "Begin Today,” was read by the home service chairman, Mrs. Mabel Hart. Mrs. Parker called on the members of the standing committees for reports. Among them it was learned that Highlands Council was on the State Magazine Honor Roll, and that all of the 19 schools in the Council had 100% in Community Chest. Membership to date was 4,025 with more coming in each day. The local presidents gave interesting reports about the many things they were doing including, the National Defense Activities. Mrs. rFank R. Schaefer gave a short Parliamentary Law Talk. Mrs. Parker announced that Home Fire Prevention Classes were being held at the Verdugo Playground, and on Monday evenings...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
N. LUBOVISKI ANNOUNCES NEW LOCATION OF HIS MUSIC SHOP 5520 YORK BOULEVARD Formerly located at 5117 York Blvd. Ill) for the before dialing ■ ' ( 9 itmmtM :« That "dial tone," a steady hum, Is the signal that the equipment is ready to receive a call. It corresponds to an operator’s "Number, please?” Usually the dial tone is heard almost instantly when the receiver is lifted. But if the central office equipment is operating at more than capacity, there may be a few seconds’ wait before it is heard. When you dial before hearing the tone, you prevent the equipment from getting you your number. You also prevent it from completing calls for other users. Waiting for the dial tone helps the service to serve aIL SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE COMPANY. 2445 Daly St. • Telephone Michigan 9111 Crease’s ESTABLISHED 1911 m X. WATER'S COURSE THE mountain stream courses over earth and rocks, its dear waters still unsullied in spite of jagged edges and muddy basins of soil. So must man live the course...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
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