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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Section 1, R-B. 11834 TECHNOCRACY INC. present* ARCH MAUN Authorized Speaker in FREE PUBLIC LECTURE Tuesday, April 28 —8 P.M. 2666 Pasadena Ave. Public Invited live* go HIGHLAND "S NORTH a C $542 ■ Ends Sunday WALLACE BEERY “THE BUGLE SOUNDS” M Olivia Dellavllland, Henry Fonda, Joan Leslie Free Auto Park Lamour, J. Dorsey and Orch “THE FLEET’S IN” Qrable, Mature, Oakie "SONG OF THE ISLANDS” In Technicolor STARIAND r-OM NO.. SROfiI'WAY HHOM I.A- HO9O “Corsican Bros.* 1 Gene Autry “Cowboy Serenade” Adults IV . Tax me Starts Sunday “Suspicion” ‘H, M. Fulham Esq.’ SK Our Cocktail Lounge Has All The Ingredients For A Good Time Folks "in the know” make their after-five dates here where they can enjoy a cocktail and snack and be sure of getting- the best. The TOPS Cafe ‘Where Good Fellows Get Tonethep’ 5913 N. Figueroa St. RANKLiN 5500 N. FIGUEROA AL. 1061 NOW! ENDS SAT Double Actions and Thrills! Bill “Hopalong” Boyd in “SECRETS OF THE WASTELANDS” with his new singing partner BROD KING Ph...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
SIERRA Eagle Rock at Colorado AT?. 4729 FREE PARKING Now Playing thru Saturday ‘DRUMS ALONG THE MOHAWK' starring Claudette Colbert. Henry Fonda Also “RIGHT TO THE HEART" with Brenda Joyce, Jos. Allen, Jr. Saturday Matinee— CASH PRIZES FOR CHILDREN Jackpot Keno Every Wed. EAGLE MM Bagla Rock Blvd. af TwainUo Dr. &amp;L-SIM Thurs., Fri., Sat. April 23, 24, 25 Rosalind Russell, Walter Pidgeon in “DESIGN FOR SCANDAL" And Frank Morgan, Kathryn Grayson In “THE VANISHING VIRGINIAN" Cash-In Nile Friday and Tuesday Phis Jack Pot Sun. to Wed. April 26-29 Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland in “BABES ON BROADWAY" And George Sanders. Wendy Barrie in “DATE WITH THE FALCON" Every Monday Constance Bennett Cosmetics Free to Ladies 3526 Eaule Bock Blvd. AT.. 9912 NOW PLAYING! Ends with Sat. Mat. Show DEANNA DURBIN Grown up, romancing and singing with Robert Cummings and Charles Laughton in “IT STARTED WITH EVE” —ALSO—“Blondle Goes to College” and Disney’s “Chef Donald” $ Play Mon.. Fri.. Sat. $ STAR...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Food Sale Saturday Toland Way P.-T.A. is conducting a Home Cooked Food Sale Saturday, April 25. at Roberts Ranch Market on Eagle Rock Boulevard. The purpose of this sale is to raiclt money for a War Emergency Fund. All food is being donated by members and friends of th« P.-T.A. There will be pies, cakes, cookies, candy, salads, hot dishes, etc. DR. B. SCHWARTZ Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 5224 N. Figueroa St. ALbany 4201 It takes shill . . professional skill! With so much dependent upon accuracy and knowledge, you can be glad your prescriptions are in professional hands when you send them to your Monte Vista pharmacist. Years of study and experience have given him a knowledge of medicine and pharmacy that assure the proper filling of your doctor’s orders. You can depend on Monte Vista Pharmacy. We Give S&amp;H Green Stamps MONTE VISTA PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY AYE. 54 AT MONTE VISTA ALBANY 8888 6LASSELL PARK AREA There is a list of Air Raid Wardens, Zone Wardens and...
Nine New Troopers Seek Membership In Ambulance Corps [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Nine New Troopers Seek Membership In Ambulance Corps Nine new troopers applied for membership in the Highland Park unit of the Women’s Ambulance Defense Corps of America at its regular meeting held Friday night at 7:30, at the Highland Park Recreational Center. Any woman, between the ages of 18 and 45, who can pass a physical examination, is eligible for membership in the Corps and is invited to attend any Friday evening. Visitors are welcome. Sgt. F. G. Newell, Sgt. D. McPherson, and Cpl. McCaney of the State Guard, Highland Park unit, Instruct the WADCA troopers in military drill each week. The Highland Park playground has graciously given the corps the use of its grounds for drilling as well as its club hall for its business meeting. The one obligation women incur in joining this defense organization is the purchase of a regulation uniform which may be bought at any department or uniform store. Only other requirements are attending drill once a week and the completion of the Red ...
Glassell Park P.-T.A. Elects Officers For Coming Year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Glassell Park P.-T.A. Elects Officers For Coming Year The Glassell Park Parent-Teach-er Association held its annual election of officers at the regular meeting, April 14. Officers for the coming year will be as follows: Mrs. Ralph Miller, president; Mrs. Frank Dustin, Ist vice-president; Miss Elsie Jensen, 2nd vice-presi-dent; Mrs. Earl Twitty, secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Lynch, treasurer; Mrs. Neenan, auditor; Mrs. Joseph Rose, historian; and Mrs. Rose Koskie, parliamentarian. The program opened with selections played by a rhythm band composed of first-grade pupils of Mrs. Whitmer’s and Mrs. Sherwood’s rooms. Following this, Mr. Carl Etter, who is sponsored by the Board of Education in coordination with a State and Federal program, gave a comprehensive talk on the subject of rehabilitation of physically handicapped children. Mr. Harry Bowman made a fiveminute speech about defense bonds, and Professor Roth who is wellknown in musical circles, told of his plans for a choral group to be o...
Open House Event Scheduled At Franklin Hi School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Open House Event Scheduled At Franklin Hi School Franklin high school welcomes the parents and friends of Franklin to the annual Open House event on Thursday, April 30. The Open House will continue throughout the day. Parents heretofore saw evening demonstrations of work which approximated the regular work done by the students during the day; now they will be invited to visit the classes and see the real thing. Sixth period will be omitted that day to give the parents opportunity to meet in the auditorium to listen to a short message delivered by the Master of the Masonic Temple. A program of dancing with Mrs. Thayer’s interpretive and tap dancing classes will be featured. Mr. George Wing will conduct the band in several numbers in the auditorium. A get-together of teachers and parents so that they may talk over Junior’s development will follow. The administration, Mr. R. J. Teall, principal, and Miss Grace Champion and Dr. Fred B. Axe, vice principals, and the counseling staff will...
AIR DEFENSE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
AIR DEFENSE Civilian defense is the much talked.topic. To each of us as individuals this means the protection of our homes,, our business and our possessions. If our enemies should attack and bomb us here, as our planes recently bombed Japan, our fire department would probably prove inadequate for the emergency and some conflagrations might follow, together with more or less demoralization and loss of morale as a consequence. The greatest safeguard we have against such a loss and its consequences is proper insurance against war damage, and tho our government still has no concrete proposition to offer, such protection is still available with good stock companies, subject to their acceptance of applications, in order that they may properly spread their risks the same as they do for fire or earthquake hazards. There are still two or three good companies taking some of this business and you may “lock the barn door” now thru L. C. LeCount, broker, now. or if you prefer, try to place it a...
Mrs. Mary A. Ruckles To Speak At W.C.T.U. Meeting- [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Mrs. Mary A. Ruckles To Speak At W.C.T.U. Meeting- The regular meeting of the Highland Park Woman’s Christian Temperance Union will meet at the Highland Park Christian Church, Friday, jApri'l 24, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Mary A. Ruckles, county vice-president, is to be the speaker. The president requests that all members attend this important meeting. Visitors are welcome. Love is the hardest lesson in Christianity; but, for that reason, it should be .most our care to learn It, —-William Penn . Doughtioys Knead Dough! Buy Defense Bonds!
Georgia Harford Honored by Glassell Park P.-T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Georgia Harford Honored by Glassell Park P.-T.A. Members of Glassell Park Par-ent-Teacher Association honored one of their group, Mrs. Georgia Harford, at a luncheon and shower, held at the home of Mrs. Frank Dustin, Hospitality Chairman, on Friday, April 17th. Mrs. Harford is moving to Downey within the next two or three weeks. Among the board members present, were Mmes. Rose Koskie, Leone Minser, Marian Hayne, Catherine Rose, Angeline Hayes! Elsa Miller, Lavonne Twitty and Fern Matson. To embrace the whole creation with love sounds beautiful; but we .' 3e B' in with the individual, with the nearest. —V. G. Herder
British War Relief Card and Bunco Party Friday Evenina: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
British War Relief Card and Bunco Party Friday Evenina: The Highland Park Unit of the British War Relief is holding its monthly card and bunco party at 6401 Elder St., Friday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m. There will be prizes and refreshments. Card and teacup readings promise to make the evening entertaining. A layette will be on display at the party. Everyone is cordially invited to come and bring friends. For further information call CL 6-9395 or stop at the Unit’s headquarters at 6010 York Blvd. The head quarters are open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Thursday till 10 p.m. and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. That friendly chap may tell a Jap.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Lloyd’s Flower Shop (Successor to Sycamore Park Florist) ( 400* NO. FIGUEROA ST. j ’ Offer You Artistry in Floral Arrangement 1 BOUQUETS, WEDDING OR FUNERAL DESIGNS CALL CA. 9534 AND CHARGED IT Guard Against Coughs Ask for Bernfeld’s Labrador Syrup of Gums 49c that's all FREE DELIVERY GARVANZA PHARMACY fi'Ol Pataflona Avr. CI.-0-3311 B3G PINE The CUT RATE Service Station BETTER SERVICE Quality Merchandise CL. 6-9326 5350 N. FIGUEROA ST. Owl Stores Are Rexall Stores! r vnai-ia Maran / y 0 $ § SAVE AT OWL FOR VICTOR Jean La Verne Regular 29c COLD CREAM Sweetheart Rich Lathering TOILET SOAP Djer Kiss Regular $2.00 Body Freshener Its smooth texture is splendid for cle ansl n g. ITS A MATTER OF PRIDE When Owl Pharmacists * Bring Your Prescription To (hdl Fill Your Prescriptions With The Utmost Accuracy And The Most Potent Ingredients. Since 1892 Owl Has Been Proud Of The Part It Has Played In Maintaining The Health Of The People Of Western United States! ifiVWtt Bland milled. Kind to you...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
HURT'S PRODUCE I .ARCH RIPE INDIO TOMATO m ICAimOTS BEETS TURNIPS FfiNOY ; ■ i PEAS LARGE 48 SIZE | ARTICHOKES RUSSET BAKING POTATOES 6 lbs JUMBO PEANUTS WE HANDLE ONLY THE BEST Extra Nice Long Green Tender ASPARAGUS 2 lbs WILLIAMS h HI WE GARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF BIRDSEYE SPARKLETTS AND JACK FROST FROZEN FOODS &amp; Creole Hamburgers Broadcast April 16 1% pounds twice* ground beef (chuck or shoulder) K cup Pet Milk 6 tablespoons finely cut onion tablespoons quick* ! cooking rolled oats toasroons salt Vi teaspoon pepper 1 Vz tablespoons but* ter or other thort* ening *4 cup drained* canned tomatoes* 1 cup grated Ameri* can cheese or 3 ois. diced* packs aged variety ' Turn on oven and set at moderately i slow (350° F.); Mix together thoroughly ground beef, milk, onion, rolled oats, salt and pepper. Divide into 1Z portions. With wet fingers shape into patties. Put in greased baking pan; i Dot with bits of shortening. Bake 45 ’ minutes, or until brown, basting at 15-minute inte...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
WESTERN FAMILY... ... is the Name! t[3_h IX6OO JA GREEN GIANT PEAS 2 £29 HEINZ TOMATO KETCHUP fi*. 17 IRIS TOMATO JUICE 3 £25 SUNBRITE CLEANSER S' i i AZO L A 26* 1 0,1 SO’ 5 SALAD OIL Pu of CHARACTER! JUST OFF THE COB—SHOEPEG CORN 2 "25 A GERBER’S STRAINED Baby Food 3 19 0 CLIQUOT CLUB Ginger Ale 2 £25 BROADCAST CORNED BEEF HASH -19 t Welch’ WELCH’S GRAPE JUICE Reduce the Easy WELCH WAY! Pint 23* I Quart 42* GRAPELADE "~140 DINA-MITE NUTRITIOUS HOT CEREAL 24-o*. Pkf. Kern’s Catsup Use this full bodied Catsup on 14-oz. Cold Meats and Taste the Difference. Bot. 11* k 252 v^s Medium Cake O cZ 10* What's in a Name? Plenty . . . when you say Western Family. Because right now it represents thirty-two pages chock-full of valuable information on perfect menus for perfect children, recipes and menus for delicious vitamin-balanced meals (in keeping with the National Nutritional Program), timely features, interesting fiction stories, movie information, what to do about scarcities and much oth...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
“MEAT is very digestible” •Statement approved by the Council on Foods and Nutrition of the American Medical Association. TOP JEST MEATS BILL ROCK’S QUALITY MEATS HORMEL’S KEYSTONE Sliced BACON &gt;/ 2 -lb. pkg. BREAST OF BABY LAMB 17“ BONELESS VEAL ROAST 32“ RABBITS Baby Frying Size FRESH DRESSED BEST QUALITY Eastern Corn Fed Young Loin Pork CHOPS 35 l EASTERN CORN FED Loin Pork ROAST 34“ SUGAR-CURED CORNED Ik BEEF FINEST YOUNG EASTERN STEER BEEF BEEF ROAST POT ROAST, lb 27c| O-BONE 7-BONE AMt OVEN ROAST ft ROAST ft YOUNG STEER BEEF Rump Oven Roast FRESH FISH DAILY See Our Large Selection —All Varieties In Season BILL ROCK’S PURE PORK SAUSAGE BULK LINK 33 * lb 38 * lb l i i i Large Can* 25* Bang-o Popped Corn •Fully Popped Kernels of Delicious Cora, Seasoned Just Bight 2-gal. can (Plus Dep.)