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Local Resident Active In Affairs Of Musical Club [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Local Resident Active In Affairs Of Musical Club The members of the Matinee Musical club of Los Angeles have launched a new drive to raise funds for war bonds, the Red Cross, and the U.S.O. Foremost of its members to contribute to this cause is Miss Maria Lazaro, actress of stage and radio, who is a resident of Highland Park. Last Friday, Miss Lazaro presented a play at the Beverly Hill Athletic Club, which she authored, entitled “Opus in White,” the play being directed by. Louise Glaum Harris, club president and a prominent actress of the silent screen. The play was well received and the entire proceeds were used to purchase war bonds. Miss Lazaro is now collaborating with Mrs. Harris on a grbup of plays which will be presented for the benefit of the above organizations duping the summer. Success of past seasons have been Grand-daughter of Confucius, Episode i n Vladivostok, When Ladies Meet, and The Escape, in all of which Miss Lazaro scored the leading role. MARIA LAZARO
MEMORIAL SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
MEMORIAL SERVICES Memorial Day services will be conducted at the Highland Park Baptist Church next Sunday in the three services of the day. The co-pastors of the church, Revs. Stanley and Bart Jacobsen, announce for the 8:30 and 11:00 a. me. services the sermon “Lest We Forget.” The sermon for the evening services at 7:30 is “Ambassadors in Bonds.”
What Do You Thinkl [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
What Do You Thinkl Memorial Day Not in a generation, not since 1918, has America observed a Memorial Day like that of this year. In happier times of peace, the sod thickens over the graves of the men who have died for America, as the years pass and time softens the pain of families that mourn them. In the cemeteries now the green blanket of grass lies torn by the brown earthen mounds of new graves—graves dug last week, and week before then, and the week before then. The blood and the tears of this war will seem very near and real to all who visit cemeteries on this Memorial Day, even to those who have not suffered personal loss. For all know that the sacrifice of death and grief must grow. Nearer and more tangible than ever before, too, will seem the blood and tears of earlier wars. The soldier who died on Bataan has become an eternal comrade of the soldier who died at San Juan Hill, at Gettysburg, at Trenton, at St. Mihiel. Times have changed, and weapons and enemies have changed, ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Refrigerator SERVICE In addition to our Radio and Small Appliance Repair Service, we now have a Licensed and Bonded Refrigerator Service. We can service or Rebuild your Refrigerator. Large stock of belts and other parts. w Keep your present equipment In first class condition. It Is possible you may not be able to replace It. HOLLAND Electric Shop Open Evenings 5634 N. Figueroa St. Phone AL-0149 Window Shades ■&lt;!!»-THAT ’ We have ihe best equipped Window Shade Factory in your district. Shades reversed. Bring in your old rollers. Quick service. WHOLESALE and RETAIL. wham: BANG! No Move of This! $1 INLAID GENUINE LINOFLOR SQUARE YARD Save 21c on every sq. yd. Genuine inlaid with colors and patterns inlaid through to waterproof backs. REG. $4.55 BROADLOOM Felt Base RUGS 5-coat lacquer finish for wear. s&lt;*49 9X12 3 89c INLAID Floor Covering SQUARE YARD Save 20c on every sq. yd. Waterproof felt backs. Tile, broken tile and cross directional patterns. 69 i* LINOLEUM 1...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
To the Heroes of Past Wars . . . . . pay tribute with a floral design symbolic of their love of country! See our choice selection of designs. Choice Cut Flowers and Potted Plants Reasonably Priced 'LIZ'BETH'S FLOWERS 5232 YORK BLVD. Phone CL-7-3016 TUSi VM4 loUlUol XCOIKL* con MEXICAN DINNER En ch iladas, Spanish Rice. Fried Beans. Salad. Hot Rolls. Tortillas and Butter and Coffee—--55c Orders to lake out . . . simply phone and It will be ready for you when you arrive. Chili Hellenes Chili Colorado Con Came Tacos Beef or Chicken Mexican Pork Steak Dinner Carne Adohada. Fried Beans. Spanish Rice, Huacamole Salad—--65C North Figuer.O Cafe enchiladas Tn TnliP ftnt 0.-6-6857 5711 N. FIGUEROA ST. 808 BEACH, Prop. To Take Out 2 for 30e GAS RANGES $5B » POR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY If You Qualify ALL MAKES AND MODELS Here are conditions under which you may buy a new gas range If your old cooking: cqnipi9 ment Is worn out, and that repair is impractical . , . WE TAX DELIVER A BRAND NEW RANGE IMME...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
TOWNSEND NOTICE Club No. 10 will commemorate Memorial Day in their meeting tonight in the Monte Vista School auditorium at 7:30. There will be special appropriate music, decorations and a talk on Americanism by Dr. Paul Gardner. IT’S TIME TO HAVE YOUR "WALLS CLEANED" Bv Machine No Streaks. No Lap Marks. Let us Brighten and Beautify Your Kitchen and Bath—for Spring. NU-WALL CLEANING CO. CApitol 3771
AT THE DALE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
AT THE DALE THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS The retired and active railroad employees and their families are having an all day get-together picnic today at the Sycamore Grove, Los Angeles. Olivia de Havllland plays opposite Henry Fonda in “The Male Animal,” now showing at the Dale Theatre. “The Adventures of Martin Eden” completes the double-feature program.
Barber of Seville At Pasadena June 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Barber of Seville At Pasadena June 2 When the American Music Theatre, "opera in English” company, presents Rossini’s comic opera, "Barber of Seville” at Pasadena Civic Auditorium on June 2, at 8:20 p.m., it will have a cast of noted young singers, admirably suited to their parts. The cast is as follows: Douglas Beattie, prominent basso of the "Met” and Chicago Operas, who will sing the role of Dr. Bartolo. Virginia Card, “America's prettiest opera star,” has been cast as Rosina, the opera’s heroine. John Raitt, sensational young baritone, is Figaro. As his famous aria will be sung in English for the first time, people in the audience will be able to understand what it’s all about.
FRANKLIN HI-LITES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
FRANKLIN HI-LITES By DONNA HAYS SPANISH PREXY ELECTED Eugene Cooper was proclaimed president of the Spanish Club at their last meeting. Other officers for next term were announced as follows: Nellie Smith, vice president and social chairman; Don Strickland, treasurer; Kathleen Anderson, secretary; Hugh Hughes, historian; Tamara Novas, Patricia Clerk, and Paulmer Beck, social committee. GIVES HIGH PRAISE Franklin High received high praise from the director of the Los Angeles Service Organization, Lyman H. Johnson, in a letter to Mr. Robert J. Teall last week. The letter complimented Franklin on spirit that caused Franklin to give the receipts of the faculty-senior A baseball game to the USO. The total contribution was $73.30. It’s a great thing when the student body can have a good time and also do something for their country. GIVES SWIM MEET Today the annual Hi-Hatter swim meet will , take place at the Occidental College pool, where Sammy Lee, nationally known swimming and diving ch...
Luther Burbank P.-T.A. In Final Meet Of This Year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942
Luther Burbank P.-T.A. In Final Meet Of This Year The final Luther Burbank P.T.A. meeting of this year will be held Tuesday, June 2, at 1:30 p.m. in the gymnasium. The honorary hostess will be Mrs. Florence Turner, president of Yorkdale school. Mrs. Henrietta Young will sing a solo and the Mothers chorus will sing two numbers. Officers for the coming year will be installed after the report of committees, historian’s report and highlights of the State convention. Mrs. Lee T. Sepln, president of Griffith Council, wi'll be Installing officer. The executive board of Luther Burbank P.-T.A. will meet at 10 a.m., Tuesday, June 2, in Room 256. Mrs. F. J. Dietsch asks that all officers and chairmen please be there early to make their report. The Mothers chorus of Luther Burbank P.-T.A. will finish their year’s work with a picnic lunch at the home of Mrs. Clair Bass, 5120 Stratford Road, Friday, May 29. The Mothers chorus will be among the Mother singers at the Griffith council meeting, June ...