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FRANKLIN f HI-LITES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
FRANKLIN f HI-LITES By DONNA HAYS Sam Beck and Phyllis Beaman were chosen king and queen of cotton at the Cotton Day Victory dance In the gym last Wednesday. Jack Ahlin, Margaret Boggio, Yvonne Watson, and Dale Wright were the judges of the contest and picked the winners from the Grand March. Entertainment for the intermission included a song by Olga Duby, an accordion splq by Jennie Durreto, a piano solo by Alma Mathews, and a song by Betty Hughes. BUILDERS HONORED Several-Franklin model aircraft builders from Mr. Hugh Baird’s woodworking classes were awarded ratings as honorary officers in the United States Navy last Friday. The highest award, that of an ensign, was given to Maurice Devlin, Bob McVey, and Harry Wilson for producing three model planes. The other award, that of cadet aircraftsman, was awarded to James Conrad, Lorin Meyer, Howard Mielke, Frank Toth, Don Walker, Bill Lyon, John Mcßae, Henry Huizinga, Melvin Nordstrom, Benny Silvani, Carlton Sanderson, Sharon Sherman, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
m to ,e? "THE INVADERS" Laurence Olivier, Leslie Howard and Raymond Massey "KID GLOVE KILLER" Van Heflin, Marsha Hunt Disney's "Symphony Hour" 3E .NfjßfH f.'GUIHOA' I bßai • fm PA'S*' ARROYO FREE PARKING “KING'S ROW" Sheridan, Reagan. Cummings ‘ Coortshlp of Andy Hardy" Mickey Rooney and the Hardy* Doors Open 4 .oo—Mon. thru Fri :-L?&lt; Nii hK AOWAY PHCNI U 80'JU Adults XV me. Tax also 'Ghost Wanted "The Man W’ho Returned to Life" “Ellery Queen and the Murder Ring" % 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 cocktall and snack and be sure of getting the best. The TOPS Cafe ’ Whe*p Good Fellows Get Together* 5913 N. Figueroa St. Play Every Tues. and Sat. FRANKLIN 8800 N. FIGUEROA AL. 1060 LAST TIMES TONIGHT! BETTE DAVIS In “The Little Foxes” with Herbert Marshall Also “Marry the Boss's Daughter” FRI.. SAT. MAY 15, 16 The Three Mesqulteers ■‘West of Cimarron*’ ■■ ALSO—“Mr. Celebrity”...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
SIERRA Eagle Rock at Colorado Albany 4729 15* FREE PARKING Now Playing: Thru Saturday “VIVA VILLA" with Wallace Beery. Leo Carrillo Also Don Ameche. Eugenie Leontovich In “FOLK SONS" Sun., Mon., Tues. May 17, 18, 19 “HONKY TONR” with Clark Gable, Lana Turner And “WE GO FAST" with Lynn Bari, Allan Curtis Saturday Matinee —■ CASH PRIZES FOR CHILDREN EAGLE 4884 Eagle Reck Blvd. at Totwitti Dr. U4SH James Cagney, Brenda Marshall In “CAPTAIN OF THE CLOUDS'* And Carole Lombard, Jack Benny In “TO BE OB NOT TO BE" Saturday Matinee —Chapter No. 2 “Capt. Midnight" Cash-In Nlte Friday and Tuesday Pins Jack Pot Starts Wednesday May 20 Lana Turner, Robert TayVor In “JOHNNY EAGER" And Paulette Goddard, Ray Milland hi “LADY HAS PLANS" Every Monday Constance Benneti Cosmetics Free to Ladies Play Every Mon., Fri., Sat. DALE 3526 Bagle Bock Blvd. AT., 66X2 NOW! ENDS FRIDAY GINGER’S FUNNIEST! Here’s the low-down story of a high class gal who did no wrong . . . but how she tried! GINGER ROGERS as “ROXI...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
n ■' ■ 1 Vl I f I I M V ■ 3 Save For Defense 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 (except white) DRESSES (Plain), SUITS, O’COATS, CLEANED and PRESSED V wr We Offer You a Complete Laundry Service FELT HATS CLEANED and BLOCKED (except white) 49 0 M ALGOL GLEANERS ft TAILORS M i ■ We Own and Operate Our Own Plant CASH AND CARRY Opposite Post-Dispatch Bldg. Sll6 YORK BLVD. Phone AL. 93*6 I J
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
TIRES NOW! AH Sizes WHILE THEY LAST USED TIRES Tire Repairing and Grooving ROMAG TIRE GO. 3383 Verdugo Rd. Ours is a dual duty! Filling your prescription* with speed and accuracy Is our profession . . . supplying your drug store needs is our business. We apply to both of these functions a conscientiousness and a desire to serve you in a friendly and efficient manner. Your Monte Vista pharmacist is dependable you can rely on him whatever your needs. We Give S&amp;H Green Stamps » MONTE VISTA PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY AVE, 54 AT MONTE VISTA ALBANY 8888 HOW TO MAKE YOUR RADIO SET LAST LOMCE/m J. J V /'X &amp; k a? &amp; NEW radios, Ilka new aufomobilas, washing machines and refrigerators, are fast becoming scarce because of Uncle Sam’s war effort. , The radio set you now own will have to do for the duration. But there’s plenty of life in any radio If the owner heeds these rales lor its protection] Don't place your radio nest to a window, atop a radiator or near a st...
Rev. E. Dow Hoffman To Present Series Of Five Sermons [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Rev. E. Dow Hoffman To Present Series Of Five Sermons On Sunday night, May 17th, in the Highland Park Methodist Church, will be presented the first of a series of five sermons on the subject of “Fulfilled Prophecies Which I Have Seen.” These prophecies are recorded in the Bible, In various places, and are literally fulfilled today. The pastor, E. Dow Hoffman, visited “The Holy Land” some years ago, and walked over these various historic places, and has actual photographs of the scenes which in a vivid way prove the Bible to be accurate and true In its recording of coming events. This series is being presented to the public in answer to a question raised by the young people of the Highland Park Methodist Church, as to whether a visit to Palestine would weaken or strengthen one’s faith in the Bible as to its credibility and accuracy in forecasting coming events and recording of historical happenings down through the years of its development and growth, Kev. Hoffman insists that any on...
Morning: Sessions Of Ebell Club End Next Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Morning: Sessions Of Ebell Club End Next Tuesday By MRS. HARRY D. ANDERSON Next Tuesday, May 19, Is the last morning session of the Highland Park Ebell club this club year. At 10:30, music chairman Mrs. George A. Nicholson will present a musical program to which much thought and consideration has been given. Among the artists on the program are Carmen Noguero, soprano soloist accompanied by her sister Pilar, who are well known to music lovers of Southern California. They will bring new and sparkling Latin numbers. Jules Lepske, violinist, is soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and Albert Tessler, accompanist, is a French pianist and composer. At the Drama section, with Mrs. Theta Lynn van Dugteren as chairman, Laurence Cook will lecture on the Gilbert &amp; Sullivan Operas with illustrations. Ways and Means chairmen, Mrs. Alice L. Teall and Mrs. W. A. Maitland will be glad to have you join in the evening activities, Saturday, May 16, when cards and games will...
•ANN DANCES WITH 'EM [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
•ANN DANCES WITH 'EM ANN SHERIDAN fhatsfrawberry blonde With y the midst of o tour to army camps with four-inch haels on her hiking shoes, twenty skin-tight dresses'for uni form s*and the All the privates are generals, so far as.l'm concerned,’and vice verstu'WThe lady with the; curveslanditKef flaminghair Jwilt^visitlsomoJof]the biggeiH camps) in itAmeflca^located|in| i Missouri for singing and dancing sessions with the men in training; Jhe lovely; Ann's latest A vehicle„isiWaimer^‘'Wings".foflthe'Eeqle.f
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl I don’t believe anyone ever was cured of the alcoholic habit without wanting to be. In order for a person to overcome such a disease as alcoholism, they must be able to see the dreadful example which they are, as well as see the benefits which would accrue by overcoming the habit and set out with a purposeful program designed to prevent the occurrence of any opportunity to fall off the wagon. 11113 requires the assistance of everyone and should be in everyone’s mind to avoid alcoholic beverages In the presence of anyone who is making a serious effort to overcome the uncontrolled use of such beverages. It is exceedingly thoughtless to offer drinks or guy anyone who is making such an effort. The difference between success or failure during his life may depend on the success with which he can withstand the temptations to take liquor. Many people can drink moderately and without apparent harm, and for them there appears to be no reason to object to ...
German Exile To Be Heard At Luther Burbank Hi School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
German Exile To Be Heard At Luther Burbank Hi School Dr. Martin Hall, German exile and noted journalist, will tell the interesting- story of Germany in the Luther Burbank Junior High Auditorium, 1:30 Friday, May 16. Dr. Martin Hall is the outstanding available person who in three years in this country has made for himself a place in the hearts of Americans because of his energetic enthusiasm for the American Way as contrasted to the Nazi. Dr. Martin Hall was bom In Germany. He is still a very young man, He was a prominent journalist in his native land, having had a brilliant career in journalistic circles before being forced to flee from the country. He was exiled from his country because of his Insistent attacks on the policies of the Nazi totalitarian state. He was educated in the Universities of Munich, Berlin, and Marburg, receiving his degree of Doctor of Philosophy from the latter. He has traveled widely over all of Europe and understands as do few commentators the significanc...
Senior Voice Recital Presented By Betty Holland [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Senior Voice Recital Presented By Betty Holland Miss Betty Holland, formerly a student at Franklin High School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John C. Holland of 271 La Mont Drive, presented her Senior Voice Recital last Tuesday at Occidental College. Miss Holland displayed her voice talent as a conclusion to four years of training under the supervision of Mrs. Edith Hartley of the Occidental Music Department. This recital was one of a series of recitals given by senior students of the members of the Occidental music department and are designed to help the students in their advancement in the musical world by displaying their talents to the public. A music major, Miss Holland Is a sponsor or “Big Sister”, for freshmen women. She is also vicepresident of Sigma Alpha lota, national music fraternity, and holds the same office in Beta Phi Delta, social sorority.
San Pascual To Observe National Family Week [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
San Pascual To Observe National Family Week Friday afternoon, May 15, at 2:00 p.m., all parents are cordially invited to a meeting of San Pascual P.-T.A. This is National Family Week and one very appropriate way to observe it woudl be to come to this meeting honoring the home. The program will be put on by the children of the school. There will be two short plays and several choruses as well as piano numbers, harmonica and tonette band selections. Do come and bring your neighbors.
Los Angeles Goes Over The Top In China Relief Drive [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Los Angeles Goes Over The Top In China Relief Drive With Los Angeles over the top in its campaign to raise $250,000 for United China Relief, other communities throughout Southern California this week are concentrating all effort on bringing their phase of the campaign to a successful termination. The total quota for Southern California is $500,000. Optimistic reports from scattered communities throughout the Southland indicate that the campaign is meeting with success in all districts. While Los Angeles was the first major city in United States to fill its quota, other Southern California cities are also over the top. Reports show that Pasadena with a quota of $10;000 has raised more than $15,000; San Diego is substantially ahead of its $25,000 goal; Covina has raised $l,OOO against a quota of $5OO.
“Victory Siren” Ready Soon Claims Council Of Defense [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
“Victory Siren” Ready Soon Claims Council Of Defense Development of a powerful sound generator, named the “Victory Siren,’ use of which may prove the solution for many cities in California finding their present air rai dwarning devices inadequate, has been announced by the Office of Civilian Defense, Kenneth I. Fulton, acting executive director of the State Council of Defense, said today. Sufficient quantities of the new “Victory Siren” will be available very soon, Fulton was Informed by OCD Director James M. Landis.