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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
NOW BEFORE PRICES GO UP I. the time to avail yourself of one of these oustanding values. YOU MADE THE DEMAND 30 HERE IT IS: PROTENIZED WONDR WAVE It won your applause and acclaim as it was. NOW it has been protenizcd—More rich, healthful oil has been added to make it a Rich, Creamy—BATH OF OIL that will leave your hair soft and silky—• easy to manage. Truly comparable to waves costing up to $15.00. Amazing results on dyed, bleached, or fine, hard to wave hair. All complete—No extras to pay—Protenized only $2.79 —Regular only rj, S STYLE HINT Have your Wondr Wave cut short and curled tite—feather cut—No after care necessary. It’s the season’s smartest. No Extra Charge. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED SOLUTIONS, DUART, NUTRI TONIC, SOMMERS NATURAL &amp; MACHINELESS HENNA PACK Genuine Egyptian Henna. Includes — Shampoo, Hairstyle, Rinse ft Dried $429 I CLAIROL $ Touchup Complete. Expert Hairtinting Erases those grey hairs in one simple treatment. ■ Includes: Shamp...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
OPENING SATURDAY, MAY 2 ‘LIZ’BETH’S FLOWERS 5232 York Blvd. Flowers for all occasions . . . Weddings, Banquets, and Funerals. Choice selections of cut flowers and pottery plants at moderate prices. &gt; \/0 VOUR Snumcs-RRE SAFE Federally insured, under conservative Crail management. 3H% current rate. tORST FEDERRI SHUIRGS EIGHTH ANO lIOADWAY, LOS ANGELES • AM 4343 JOE CRAIL. PrtiidMt ★ A WELCOME AT MALCOLM’S tktitMT i/he I In Celebrating the Opening of Our Completely Remodeled Store We Offer These Unusual Values! GARMENTS EXPERTLY CLEANED AND PRESSED Including LADIES’ or MEN’S SUITS DRESSES (Plain) COATS or ROBES 45 DRESSES (Plain), SUITS, O’COATS, GLEANED and PRESSED 59 WE OFFER YOU A COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE /I FREE! LET US CLEAN YOUR FLAG Bring in your American flag and have us thoroughly clean it without cost or obligation. It is not necessary that you accompany it with a dry cleaning order. I “KEEP ’EM FLYING” MALCOLM’S L CLEANERS AND TAILORS 5116 York Blvd. cash and ca...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE Cover All of Highland Park and Glassell Park FOR BIGGEST RESULTS AT SMALLEST COST USE POST-DISPATCH CLASSIFIED ADS DEADLINE TIME FOR CLASSIFIED ADS 3 P. M. WEDNESDAY Save Money—Pay Cash A 1 Our Counter Automobiles 84—Automobiles For Sale (Continued) 1941 HUDSON DeLuxe 6 cylinder, $l5O down, $32 per month. (Beautiful) Nearly new car-only 8623 miles. £l^6-4126 1933 PLYMOUTH DeLuxe 6 ments of $lO, Beautiful Fine tires, too. CL-6-9453. Small paycondition! 18—Roofing (Continued) RE-ROOF Do It now. The old reliable roofers know how. A better Job at a saving to you. Free estimates. Sturgeon Co. GENERAL ROOFING 4682 York Blvd. Res. 1827 Phillips Way AL-1675 19—Painting &amp; Paperhanging Painting 8c Paperhanging “Interior and Exterior* First Class Workmen at Low Prices. Free Estimates. Also Floor Sanding and Floor Polishing machines, wall paper remover lor rent by hr. or day. W. P. FULLER &amp; CO. PAINT STORE CL-6-9549 5823 N. Figueroa PAINTER,...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Moving PACKING, SHIPPING. STORAGE MOVI Ask About Our Fre* Vacation Stony* AL-0159 6060 North Fiyuoro* Eve £ Sun. AL-9264 Optometrists J. H. DANCY VOBvl OP I. D. Optometrist Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed 16 Years in H. P. New Location 5566Vfc N. Figueroa CLeveland 63431 Have DR. W. D. JACKSON OPTOMETRIST Examine Your Eyes AL. 8991. 5635 N. Flgeruoa Plnmbing HIGHLAND PARK PLUMBING SHOP Since 1906 Hot Water Heaters • All Kinds E Z PAY A. G. HANNAFORD 112 North Avenue 58 AL-1811 Printing Since 1908 Clyde Browne Has Engaged in Printing at 6162 North Figueroa SI. Albany 2020 FOR THIS SPACE Phone AL-0193 Highland Park POST-DISPATCH 5123 York Boulevard
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
KING'S WL WWTS AND Do you have trouble getting your child to eat the vaga&lt;»hles 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 hell cry for more—not less—vegetables. In our Produce Department you will find the variety which is the crying need of diets suffering from moaltims monotony. KING'S DELICATESSEN TRY OUR SALADS! KITCHEN-FRESH NONE BETTER COME AND GET IT! Delicious foods already prepared in our own kitchen of the finest quality Ingredients. SPAGHETTI With Tomato Sauce 15 Potato Salad Our Own Mayonnaise 15 FRUIT SALAD FULL OF FJRUIT PINT 15 Baked Beans WITH PORK _. 15 lb Vegetable Salad 1 C Raw Vegetable Vitamins .... PINT IHi GRAPE-NUT CUSTARD 20 lb COLE SLAW Made with Sour Cream PINT 10 MAYONNAISE You’ll Like It! :... PINT 28 »-c Prices Effective FRI. &amp; SAT. CLOSED SUNDAYS r SINGS FOOD MARKE T You’ll Like to Trade Where You Meet Your F...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Child Health Week KEEP THEM HEALTHY THU EASY WAY Mak, MHk liwa RENNET-CUSTARDS Junket RtMHirPWPER frw.lTjl Pep and Knorgy' v —■ * 23&lt; &lt;x 42&lt; Jurti/ie RIGHT ~tb ie Gebhardt's Spread 2~17&lt; Deviled Sandwteb Spread: CUFFS BABY FOODS •trained (dor BaWea 3 » 19* Chopped (far CUMrm) 3 Ttr 25« , / / Young America must fca kept strong I There timet be no pellagra among die boys and tfirk «f our country. Wa have the foods . . . It’s up to you to see that your children gat their share in »ufi ftafent quantities to \ swill (hem strong. of H ir * MT HtIADIATO MILK 3&amp;25 PET Gerber's m 3 -19 Gerber's ‘SSf -15 tm muwfjwei iikt. milk 'srl* Wheat Hearts 21 Scottowels Boraxo For Dirty Hen del Saves Laundry! Fiji ReU jR' 2-25 V 7, 7. 3 ““23' II MVIE TIAM BORAX Sr** ,#r jj’’/’* a **« ! Step GMpe'gr&amp;l* MM**?!’ S^eeiHeirt TOILET SOAP ..SEES lO U? SKIN Gel 'extra rake for '/&lt;■■ with every 3 ' ok purchase Jbjf' 20* ■—g—aaMto ' I ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
ihf fnusek iuiUtr KING'S MEAT DEPT. This Community’s Busiest Quality Meat Market Ask tor our choice meats —you couldn’t ask for batter. Tender . . . tasty . . . juicy—they bead the class for qual&gt; ity. Serve them daily. School children need the vitamins, protein, and minerals supplied by meat to give them the strong bodies and active minds to necessary to Seed school work. BAKERY6OODS DAtfCtl AIJ - OF OUR BAKERY DHIVCII PRODUCTS are baked HERE IN OUR SANITARY BAKERY IN OUR MARKET. Almond Krunch COFFEE CAKES 3 10 BOSTON CREAM PIES 33 0 STRAWBERRY CHIFFON PIES Topped with Pure Whipped Cream 33 LARGE 3'LAYER BANANA CREAM CAKE Sat. only 29 KING'S i n ii sp£cms BUY BULK WINES 33* PODT SANTA LUCIA I Wll I QUART 4 YEARS OLD PINT HIGH GLEE WHISKEY $1.09
Ebell Club To Hear Talk By Dr. Wallbank [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Ebell Club To Hear Talk By Dr. Wallbank By MRS. HARRY I). ANDERSON ( Next Tuesday, May 5, at 10:30, ; Highland Park Ebell Club will \ hear Dr. T. Walter Wallbank, a I world traveler, lecturing on! “White Outposts in a Turbulent i Pacific.” ] Dr. Wallbank has studied the ' c problems of Europe, Asia and ] Africa. Under the auspices of the American Research Council he &lt; made a special survey of interna- j tional affairs in India and Africa, t
Women Colonels Named By USO Chairman [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Women Colonels Named By USO Chairman Mrs. E. B. Campbell, local chairman of the U.S.O. campaign announces that the following women will serve as Colonels: Mrs. Stuart R. Horton, 5325 Raber street; Mrs. Helen Parker, 2422 W. Avenue 30; Laura B. Hampton, 6402 Repton street, and Mrs. H, C. Heinritz, 1201 Isabel street. These Colonels are rapidly completing their organization in preparation for the opening of the campaign on May 11th.
Festival Choir Schedules First Meeting May 8 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Festival Choir Schedules First Meeting May 8 Singers residing in the Glass-ell-Cypress area who would appreciate the chance of doing choral work under the direction of a competent leader are invited to attend the first meeting of a Los Angeles Festival choir to be held at the Verdugo Playground Clubhouse Friday evening May Bth at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Elton Menno Roth, nationallyknown director of the Ecclesia choir has recently become a resident of this district and offers to found another group devoted to singing festival rather than ecclesiastical music. Mr. Roth will, however, endeavor to aid local church choirs by studying at each meeting some hymn. This is an exceptional chance for members of church choirs to improve their own techniques. At this first meeting instruction will be given in the singin gof one of the wellknown protestant hymns and in contrast Mr. Roth will present from manuscript an old religious melody. —Place Your Ad In The PostDispatch, Cover All Of Highland Park And G...
British Relief Extends Thanks For Cooperation [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
British Relief Extends Thanks For Cooperation The Highland Park Unit of the British War Relief thanks the people who attended the bridge party on the 24th for their splendid co-operation. The party was a great success. The Chairman also wishes to thank the workers and donors for .enabling the Unit to make a shipment of 26 cases of clothing, shelter quilts, etc., which left last Thursday, April 23, for Britain, together with 74 pairs of crutches sent on the 9th. They have also 15 layettes ready to ship. Donations of all articles of clothing, bedding, etc., will be appreciated, and workers to help get them ready are still wanted. We are glad to say that new workers have responded to past appeals. Accident records show the thinking driver never drinks and indicate the drinking driver never thinks.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Drive For Victory 3519 ROSE VIEW 6 Room Stucco (Furnished) $3150 $650 CASH Please Do Not Disturb Tenant W. D. CRAGMILE 3312 NO. FIGUEROA ST. CA-1-1876 CI-6-8050 CLASS ehat&amp;i &amp; a/v MOTOR'S JsfcV A Perfect Gift For Mother &lt;s\ Otbc. »"*f yptoS®^ MUSICAi ??«?“ S3«l ssSfjSe. *« J $lOO Powd® 1 # Day Gifts Colog« es JAR SET Beautiful Clear Glass with Finger-Tip Griifs on Covers '. Set £ I—4"x4", 17-oz. par with lid. of " i—-4"x8", 36-oz. jar with Jid. pieces i— 8"x8', 78-oz. jar with lid. Complete Set of 3 Jars and Covers m wot Just aaS' 6,816 nug* s Buy Mother i '"While Nylon is w ' ' oMai "l Rr'and ' Airmftid B Nylon Hosiery in the Newest Spring Shades, popular Sizesan —1 $4 47 pair PiC } U nf 5 5595 Value Cnivex Reflex Camera • Complete fi”close • Mtin* shot- • »y e .» take - Early JVm cn . ca " Toilet OWSgiSI^SOperaNigW (jpeio pe rfum£S_ , fT|Tcoi°9 ne «BJsifflrTSNew tow^ nce - AGt A d FILM w „ » q (1271 8 exp " Sc bI f ° 6 \ | tS: ■-r- T - i ‘ 8 300 ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 7 May 1942
Tribute to the Navy's War Dead by Secretary of Navy Frank Knox: &gt; “They didn’t ‘lose’ their lives - they ‘gave’ their lives in the finest way that man can die” HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON Rs^^Hß)ispatch 5125 Yorkßlvd. A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities VOLUME VI- -NUMBER 34 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, MAY 7, 1942 Albany 0193 . FIVE CENTS A COPT