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Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday “Substartce” is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon on Sunday in all Churches of Christ, Scientist. The Golden Text is from Hebrews: '"Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” One of the Bible selections in the Lesson-Sermon presents these verses from Acts; "And a certain man lame from his mother’s womb was carried, whom they laid daily at the gate of the temple which is called Beautiful, to ask alms of them that entered into the temple; Who seeing Peter and John about to go into the temple asked an alms. . . . Then Peter said, Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have give I thee: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk. And- he took him by the right hand, and lifted him up: and immediately his feet and ankle bones received strength. And he leaping up stood, and walked, and walking, and leaping, and praising God.” ’ The Lesson-Sermon includes also these statements from the Chris...
Franklin Hi School Donates Rifles To U.S. Government [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Franklin Hi School Donates Rifles To U.S. Government Franklin High School’s R.O.T.C. has given to the ordnance department of the army fifty-six of their one hundred ten M 1903 rifles. Franklin cadets lost ninety rifles to San Luis Obispo just before the Christmas holidays, but thirty-four were received to substitute from the Van Nuys R.O.T.C. The army took the R.O.T.C. pup tents and Browning automatic rifles about six months ago. The rifles were in perfect condition, many of them manufactured since the last war, and it is evident that they will see active service. Since the Franklin unit does not have sufficient rifles for the entire unit, Lt. Getze has decided to let the second semester men have them for the first part of the term and the first semester men for the second part of the term. This will enable the unit to be more efficient for the Corps Area Inspection. It is not known when the rifles will be returned.
2 FRANKLIN HI-LITES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
2 FRANKLIN HI-LITES By DONNA HAYS REVOTE FOR CABINET Paul Cornelius, popular secretary of the Associators, was elected prexy of the Senior B class, and Arline Collins, treasurer, in a close revote for both offices. Other officers are Mamie Honn, vice president; Barbara Jean Allen, secretary; Odell Silverstein, boys’ social chairman; Jean Patterson, girls’ social chairman; Buster Cryer, boys’ yell leader; and Beverly Wolf, girls’ yell leader. The complete list of candidates was Guido Lorenzi, Paul Cornelius and Ralph Schaeffer for president; Mamie Honn and Bill Moje, vice president; Barbara Jean Allen, Shirley Bent, Betty Van de Mark, and Jane Woodmansee, secretary; Arline Collins, Dorothy Hamilton, and Josephine Tonso, treasurer; Odell Silverstein and Ben Sheerer, boys’ social chairman; Jean Patterson, girls’ social,chairman; Buster Cryer and George Mooney, boys’ yell leader; Beverly Wolf and Betty BolmgTen, girls’ yell leader. “BEN’S TIDBITS” The leadership class under the directio...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
PARTY AND DANCE at Section 1, R.D, 11834 Technocracy Inc. 2666 Pasadena Ave. Saturday, March 14, 8 p.m. Admission 20c SSI2 York "Always a Crowd' "WE STILL GIVE THE MOST FOR THE MOMET" Open S iv,in. tn 8 p.m. BUT DEFENSE STAMPS AND BONDS the place to go: 5b04 NORTH FIGUCROA Cl 6-9347 NOW PLATING Deanna Durbin, Chas. Laughton, Irving Cummings "IT STARTED WITH EVE” Disney Feature Length Cartoon "Dumbo,” Beautiful Technicolor Free Auto Park Now Showing B. Davis, A. Sheridan, M. Woolly MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER •LOOK WHO’S LAUGHING’ Bergen, McCarthy, Fibber McGee STARLAND Adults 2.62-4 NO eflOAPWftt PHONI CA 803b —Friday, Saturday— Lynn. Bennett "Law of Tropics' Jimmy Durante "In the Army Now*’ Battle of the Banda Richman vs. Martin me. Tax TH &gt;•* f.o i r ' V* Y * feidlLDL Here's Quality When It comes to highballs and cocktails . . . we’re mighty fussy ... we know you can’t make good ones that really hit the spot without using good liquors. Tou’ll find all the top grade labels he...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Eagle Rock at Colorado - AL. 4729 ANY ANY SEAT AUP SEAT Plus Tax FREE PARKING Something you’ve been waiting for! Giant Jackpot Keno 10 sure Cash winners!! PI.US large Jackpot awards every Monday and Thursday nights. i Now playing to Sat., March 14 “Maltese Falcon” with Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor —AND— Wayne Morris, Brenda Marshall in “The Smiling Ghost” PLUS 3 Stooges Comedy and Ep. 11 “Texas Rangers” Call the Theatre! AL. 4729 for program starting Sunday, March 15 EAGLE 4884 Eagle Rock Blvd. at Toaemite Dr. AL-5189 Thurs., Kri., Sat. Mar. 12. IS, 14 Don Ameche, Rosalind Russell in “FEMININE TOUCH” And Edward G. Robinson. Larraine Day “UNHOLY PARTNERS” Cash-In Nlte Friday and Tuesday Pins Jack Pot Sun., Mon., Tues. Mar. 15, 16, 17 Bob Hope, Zorina in “LOUISIANA PURCHASE” And James Ellison, Virginia Gilmore in MR. D.A. IN THE CARTER CASE Every Monday Constance Bennett Cosmetics Free to Ladies Starts Wed., March 38 “They Died With Their Boots On” and “Unexpected Uncle” DALE 5526 Eagl...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Ora/ismertare vital to America's race to gain and keep superiority of land, sea and air. From the tooling of minute fittings to the fabrication of massive battleships their work is vastly important. You, as an individual, can speed your country’s struggle by planning your day so that your trips on cars and coaches do not conflict with those of war workers. If you unnecessarily delay a car of sixty workers one minute you have lost America one hour of precious time. We have undertaken to deliver these workers to their jobs wherever our lines run. Help us to help America. BUY STAMPS BUY •BOHDS
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
BIG PINE The CUT BATE Service Station BETTER SERVICE Quality Merchandise CL. 6-9326 5350 N. FIGUEROA ST. 5 v What is a pharmacist ? A pharmacist is one who is skilled in the art of preparing:, preserving and compounding medicines according to the prescriptions of physicians. Your Monte Vista pharmacist has had at least three years of college training in pharmacy ... he is registered by the state ... he is experienced in his profession ... he is competent and you can depend on that! For Quick Delivery Service Gall AL. 8888 We Give S&amp;H Green Stamps MONTE VISTA PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY AVE. 54 AT MONTE VISTA UNION PACIFIC :r 1; America says "keep 'em flying." But to keep 'em flying we must keep 'em rolling —on the rails. Materials, thousands of carloads, for planes, tanks and guns must be rushed to production and assembly plants. Completed armament also must be transported. Union Pacific is powered to do the job. Twenty "Big Boys," largest steam locomotives ever built, have re...
Occidental Glee Clubs To Give Concert Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Occidental Glee Clubs To Give Concert Sunday The Men's and Women's Glee Clubs of Occidental College, of which Douglas Murray is President, under the direction of Howard Swan, will give a vesper service Sunday, March 15, 1942, at 5:00 p.m. at the Highland Park Presbyterian Church, corner of North Figueroa and Avenue 53. This is the only appearance the clubs will make in this section of the city and it affords an excellent opportunity for the community to hear this splendid singing organization. Mr. Swan, who is the director of the clubs, was the former director of the music program at Highland Park Presbyterian and many of his friends will want to be there to welcome him. One of the aceompanists for the vesper service •will be Marjorie Berg, who while Jn High School and before entering Occidental College was the tofficial accompanist for the childran’s choirs at the local church. Douglas Murray
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl The Uncertain Age for most women is around forty-five. It may be short or prolonged over many years. Symptoms are often very mild, but can cause great anxiety, not only for the patient, but for all of her family. Due to the improvements in medication you can with certainty of relief consult your doctor, for he has available oral and hypodermic preparations capable of maintaining complete freedom from ' the unpleasant symptoms. No one should try to avoid an examination by her doctor at this time. He -will try to advise you so that you can prevent more unpleasant experiences as well as how to recover from present ones. Symptoms of hot flashes, nervousness, the absence of normal functions, or any disturbance of them call for you to make a visit to your doctor for a complete examination and his advice- as to treatment.
Transportation In Defense Explained By Railway President [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Transportation In Defense Explained By Railway President “It is our job to get the workers to their jobs and back as quickly, as efficiently and as safely as possible. This applies to the bond house executive, the aircraft worker, the grocery store manager and the, man behind the lathe.” In these words, P. B. Harris, President of the Los Angeles Railway, told company employees that their work is as important to national defense as any other. He also stressed the fact that service will be further increased, that new lines have been added and that further extensions are contemplated to serve defense industries and asked that each Railway employee work to the limit of his ability to help gain the inevitable triumph. , Appended to the message was a brief summary of the co-operation which the Los Angeles Railway Is asking of its riders so that service may be of the best.
Washington Irving High School In Drive For Papers [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Washington Irving High School In Drive For Papers Students of Washington Irving Junior High School have been saving their newspapers, magazines, coat hangers, and gunny sacks for weeks now. The reason is of course, that there Is to be a Victory paper drive at their school on Thursday and Friday, March 12 and 13. There will be a special assembly in the auditorium for the homerooms that bring the greatest quantity. The boys and girls hope to make this paper drive a big success. The Board of Representatives, headed by Alan Hemberger, student body president, is sponsoring the drive and working closely with the faculty committee.
Glassell Park P.-T.A. Hears H. P. Bowman In Talk On Bonds [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Glassell Park P.-T.A. Hears H. P. Bowman In Talk On Bonds Glassell Park Parent - Teacher Association held an unusually interesting meeting March 10th, in the school auditorium. Mr. Harry P. Bowman gave a talk about defense bonds, and to further carry out the patriotic theme, children of the fifth and sixth grades gave demonstrations of the duties and insignias of the various defense organizations. The speaker for the afternoon was Mrs. Clarence Hines, Juvenile Protection Chairman of Tenth District, P.-T.A. Her talk was on the subject, “A Democracy emphasizes the value of the Individual,” which was the theme chosen for the month of March.
Franklin Hi P.-T.A. To Hear Mrs. Howard At Next Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Franklin Hi P.-T.A. To Hear Mrs. Howard At Next Meeting The occupational adjustment of youth in War Times, will be the topic of the regular monthly meeting of the Franklin High School Parent-Teacher Association, Wednesday, March 18, Room 280, Auditorium Building. Mrs. Nell Howard will preside. Dr, Fred Axe, Chairman, will introduce the speaker, Mr. Guy M. Hoyt, Director of Attendance and Employment of Minors section of the Board of Education. The Pledge of Allegiance will be led by Yvonne Watson, Girls’ League President. A piano solo, The Malalaguence by Lecuona, will be given by Annie Skripters.
Red Cross Class To Resume Work * At Nazarene Church [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Red Cross Class To Resume Work * At Nazarene Church The Red Cross First Aid class will resume its work Thursday, March 12, 7-9 p.m., at the Nazarene Church, 2921 W. Ave. 35. All those who have registered for any emergency that may arise ent. And others may attend the class if they desire to do so. We should all feel keenly the recessity of equipping ourselves for this class are urged to be presin our community. Let us not be caught off guard. “Remember Pearl Harbor.”