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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
S5 sy. Easter Parade Of Values SLACKS Jumper DRESSES Button front In latest styles &amp; colors. Strutter cloth, crease-resist-ant. Sizes 10-20. Reg. val. $&lt;595 $6.95. Special ** WOMEN’S DRESSES Sizes 12 to 52 Cute Little Children’s DRESSES $1.29 up ( Genuine sumara, T.B.L. finish. T üblorizedcrease resisting. Navy, Brown. Beige. Sizes 12 to 20. Reg. val. $ .fl? $7.9$ TS Also Strutter Cloth Slacks—s3.9s LONG SLEEVE All styles, sizes Reg. value $1.98 BLOUSES—and colors. s■sB 49 QUALITY DRESS SHOP 5934 YORK BOULEVARD Next to York Food Market to Use Our Friendly IBudgei Plan
Plumbers Face Eagle Rock Nine In Easter Tilt BY CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Plumbers Face Eagle Rock Nine In Easter Tilt BY CHRIS REDONDO THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS Charley Pedrotti announces an appetizing baseball menu for Easter Sunday, his Rosabell Plumbers will meet the strong and hustling Eagle Rock Eagles at 2:30 on Rosabel! Field in South Pasadena. The contest will be in the nature of a neighborhood feud. The Eagles, who can honestly boast their home in the northeast same as the Plumbers, can now join with the Highland Park Merchants in a campaign to unseat the present Southern California champs from their lofty position in the semi-pro world. But, as Charley Pedrottl points out, the more the merrier! Another Northeast team does the national pastime a great deal of good, and If they do defeat Rosabel! Sunday, all the power to them. The genial Rosabell owner forgot to mention the fact that the ace of the Plumbers, Tillie Schafer, will undoubtedly be on the mound for his nine Sunday, which 1* bad news to any ball club. Berly Horne, who used to fool many a b...
EASTER BONNETS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
EASTER BONNETS Reading top down. FAYE EMERSON featured in Warners' "Wild Bill Hickok Rides” wears this youthful beret of black milan with headband and antenna of black belling. JEAN CAGNEY, featured in Warners’ “Yankee Doodle * Dandy”, designed and modelled this clever chapeau, with square front and wired grosgrain trim. Below Jean models a beige straw sailor with speckled pheasant quill edge. Ribbon and veiling are brown. FA YE | EMERSON £ wear* | a * brown milan sailor with mass of pink quills at renter front.
Special Matinees Scheduled For Fox Highland-Arroyo [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Special Matinees Scheduled For Fox Highland-Arroyo A special matinee is scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. Saturday at the Fox Highland and Fox Arroyo Theatres. These are special kids’ shows featuring the full-length feature in technicolor, “Mr. Bug Goes To Town.” This will be the only time this feature will be shown in these theatres, and as an added treat, three extra color cartoons will be shown at each performance. Only one performance each day, as the regular program, will be shown at its usual time. The reason for these special shows is to afford some entertainment for the children during Easter vacation. Regular matinee prices will prevail.
24 Out Of Every 100 Old Folks Receiving Aid From County [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
24 Out Of Every 100 Old Folks Receiving Aid From County In Los Angeles county in April, 1940, 24 out of every 100 persons 65 years of age and over were receiving aid to the needy aged, study by California Taxpayers’ association of census data just released on the age distribution of persons in California at the time of the 1940 census shows. Census figures show that in April, 1940, there were 236,861 persons 65 years of age and over in the county, and relief statistics show 56,891 received aid to the needy aged during the month. This number, the association stated, had increased to 66,062 for February, 1942.
FRANKLIN HI-LITES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
FRANKLIN HI-LITES By DONNA HAYS Without their tomahawks and warpaint the Senior A nine will enter the local diamond to battle the faculty squad for baseball supremacy April 8. Members of the faculty squad are Mr. Elliott, Mr. DaVall, Mr. Hess, Mr. Paige, Mr. McCollom, Mr. Spangler, Mr. Johnston, Mr. Kindy, Mr. Butcher, Mr. Hentschke, Mr. Wing, Mr. Gilbert, Dr. Axt and Mr. Sherinyan. Coach Downing and Coach Miller will attend to the bats for their teammates. Battling for the Redskin cause will be Dale Wright, Gordon Batchelor, Allen Woodhull, Bob Oelrich, Dick Cavaier, Earl Heinritz, Sam Beck, Dennis Morison, A 1 Foxcroft, Don Hull, Travis Hyatt, Dick Overmier and Bill Welch. Jack Ahlin will be bat and water boy for the Senior A’s. EPHEBIAN HONORS Leo Beach, Margaret Boggio, Helen Coupe, Pat Ganahl, Travis Hyatt, Bob Oelrich and Dale Wright carried away the highest honors awarded in a city high school by the votes of the Seniors and the faculty, by being elected Class Ephebians of th...
Red Cross Classes Now Being1 Held In Local Library [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Red Cross Classes Now Being 1 Held In Local Library Beginning this afternoon, four special standard American Red Cross first aid classes begin in Highland Park’s Arroyo Seco branch public library, 6145 North Figueroa street, for the benefit of housewives and others desiring the training who may find it difficult to attend other regularly scheduled classes. Offered without charge by Alpheus Lincoln, wellknown faculty member of the local Franklin high school and member of the Los Angeles City Board of Education, these classes —meeting each Tuesday morning from 9 to 11 and 11 to 1 and each Thursday afternoon from 1 to 3 and 3 to 5 for 12 consecutive weeks—lead to the standard American Red Cross certificates for those successfully completing the work. As the size of each group must be limited, persons interested are urged to enroll at the hours most suitable. JSaster message, Sunday at 10:50 a.m., at the Highland Park Christian Church, 235 N. Avenue 58. An Easter song service under the ...
Mrs. Wm. M. Crandall To Preside At Ebell Club Meet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Mrs. Wm. M. Crandall To Preside At Ebell Club Meet By MRS. HARRY D. ANDERSON Mrs. Wm. M. Crandall, president, Highland Park Ebell Club, will preside at next Tuesday’s meeting, April 7, starting at 10:30 a.m. Ross Worsley will be soloist at the morning prograjn. Mr. Worsley needs no introduction to club members, having appeared at the Club many times. During the Bach Festival at Carmel recently he sang all the bass roles. He also appeared in a series of concerts held there. It has been said his interpretations of Brahm and Schubert were remarkable for one of his age. Ross Worsley is a local boy, having graduated from Franklin High. Mrs. Lee O. Tenney, program chairman, will introduce the speaker, Lawrence D, Pritchard, director of Public Relations at the University of Southern California. His message, which is one by request, is “Essentials of Victory and Peace.” At 1 o’clock the Bible section will meet. Miss Barbara Erickson will be soloist. Mrs. E, V. T. Sens, curator of this secti...
The Man At the Keyhole [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
The Man At the Keyhole BT OPERATIVE WB The first qualification of a candidate for high State office in this year of war and priorities, our waggish sleuth reports, is a good set of tires. The situation is so critical, in fact, that candidates for Governor are threatening to put on a streamlined version of the famous Lincoln-Douglas debates, with several rival aspirants sharing the same car as they travel from town to town and knock each other from pillar to post. The boys won’t even dare to cut corners on each other; they’ve just got to conserve that rubber. Shoemaker, stick to your last. If you’re a bricklayer, lay your bricks; if you’re a grocer, peddle your groceries. But don’t think that just because you’re a patriotic American you should raise a “victory garden”; unless you know your onions it’s a reckless waste of seed. And that’s straight from the fellow with the whiskers; yes, that's right—your Uncle Sam! Father Riker of Holy City, who is running for Governor on a platform o...
Mrs. Hattie Haworth Guest Of Aldama Parent Teachers [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Mrs. Hattie Haworth Guest Of Aldama Parent Teachers Mrs. Hattie Haworth, program chairman for Highlands Council, was a guest at the Aldama Parent Teacher Association meeting held March 24. Miss Elizabeth Bates, assistant superintendent of schools, spoke. A specialty song number was sung by Mrs. Georgie Lovelady and Mrs. Marjorie Bertieson. They were accompanied by Mrs. Hazel Duke. The children of Mrs. Louise Puthuff and Mrs. Louise Judson’s rooms sang. Tea was served by the mothers of Mrs. Ella Singleton’s room. The nominating committee for the officers that serve this coming year consists of Mrs. Doris Livingston, Mrs. Florence Johnston and Mrs. Inez Rightmire. Miss Ruth Marlatt, assisted by a group of mothers, gave an Easter party for the children of the Aldama playground, Friday, March 27. There was a program first in the auditorium with community singing led by Mrs. Alta Thompson and songs and dances by Chief Eagle Feathers, a real Indian chief. After an egg hunt and a play by t...
Toland Way P.T.A. To Stage Paper Drive April 17 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Toland Way P.T.A. To Stage Paper Drive April 17 Because of the need for paper the schools are now being permitted more paper drives than in normal times. Toland Way School's next paper drive is April 17. All residents in the vicinity, whether they have children in school or not, are urged to save and send us all dry newspapers, scrap paper and cardboard cartons flattened and tied in bundles. Tf you will call Mrs. Whitt at CLeveland 7-1313 we will gladly arrange to have your paper picked up. CHAMP WALKER Madeleine Carroll, feminine star of : :My Favorite Blonde,” climbs the hill behind her home at Palos Verdes every evening after dinner, and takes a really long walk on Sunday. It's easy to back Into trouble when driving. Look back, then back to avoid accidents.
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians HAROLD T. MORAN. S. F.’« noted hobo and editor of “Prospectus for Panhandlers”—“Quit* often when I was young, but with decreasing frequency as the years go by, I have been offered jobs. Otherwise, life has treated m* kindly.” MRS. CLAUDE LOVAT FRASER, London fire warden —"California might copy our harvest tim* plan. Children stood watch in every field to deal with incendiary bombs while the bumper crop was brought in to safety. Every English child over 12 can put out a burning bomb.” EDMOND A. RIEDER, mgr. Palace Hotel, S. F.—“To my notion, the war crisis has heightened the attractiveness of real estate a# a California investment. It is soundly protective against inflation, for one thing—and the heaviest bomb made can't destroy ft piece of land.”
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
FOX WEST COAST THEATRES the place to go ! Friday, 2 P.M. and Sat. 11 A.M. “MR. BUG GOES TO TOWN” and 3 Color Cartoons Ends Saturday Ginger .Rogers—“Roxie Hart’* Goddard—“LADY HAS PLANS’ Friday. 2 P.M. and Sat. 11 A.M, “MR. BUG GOES TO TOWN” and 3 Color Cartoons “TO BE OR NOT TO BE” “SULLIVAN’S TRAVELS” Ends Saturday Friday-Saturday “Remember the Day” Colbert &amp; J. Payne “SECRETS OF THE WASTELANDS Bands” Adults me. Tax Battle Here's Quality When it comes to highballs and cocktail* . , . we’re mighty fussy ... we know you can’t make good ones that really hit the spot without using good liquors. You’!! find all the top grade labels here, and what’s inside is never a disappointment. The TOPS Cafe S«IS R. Figueroa St. RANKLIN NOW PLATING TO APRIL 4 What a. Cast! What Fun! What Romance! FRED„ Mac MURRAY MART lit ’tTIN AHm Tamlroff - Rohi. -ston Lynne Overman in “New York Town” —ALSO— Your new Cowboy Star GEORGE MONTGOMERY In another thrilling ZANE GREY story—‘Last of the Duanes...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
TECHNOCRACY presents Free Motion Picture “On to Jupiter” Tonight, April 2, 8 p.m. Section 1, R.D. 11834 2666 Pasadena Ave. Speaker: Leslie D. Barnett EAGLE 4IH EagU Hack Blvd. at ToMtiifk Dr. U-Sl«« THURS. TO WON. APRIL 2~8 Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Keith Warrick in “THK CORSICAN BROTHERS’* and Hedy La Marr - Robt. Young In "H. M. PULHAN, ESQ.” Cash-In Nile Friday and Tuesday Plus Jack Pot STARTS TUBS., APRIL 7 Academy Award Winner Joan Fontaine - Cary Grant In “SUSPICION” and Kay Kyser - John Barrymore in “PLAYMATES” Every Monday Constance Bennett Cosmetics Free to Ladies mi l in n &gt;mi NOW PLAYING TO APRIL 4 DARING, SHOCKING the critics say— We call it “SWELL”—See tor yourself! GENE TIERNEY VICTOR MATURE Walter Huston, Ona Munson in “Shanghai Gesture” —ALSO— Charlie McCarthy EDGAR BERGEN FIBBER McGEE &amp; MOLLY Lucille Bail in “Look Who’s Laughing” $ Jackpot Keno Fri.-Sat. $ SUN. thru WED., APRIL S-8 JUDY GARLAND MICKEY ROONEY “Babes on Broadway” —ALSO— W. C. FIEL...