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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
EAGLE 4884 Eagle Rock Blvd. at TaaemUe Dr. fIJL-S 189 NOW AIR-CONDITIONED Thurs, to Sun, Jan. 15-18 Jeanette McDonald - Brian Aherne in “SMILIN’ THROUGH” and Gene Tierney Bruce Cabot In “SUNDOWN” Cash-in Nite every Frl. &amp; Tues. Plus Jack Pot Keno Mon. Tues. Jan. 19-20 Constance Moore Lloyd Nolan in “BUY ME THAT TOWN” and Ruth Hussey Robert Young in “MARRIED BACHELOR” Every Monday Constance Bennett’s Cosmetics Free to the Ladies Starts Wed. Jan 21 “Nothing But The Truth” ‘‘You Belong to Me” 8526 Eagle Rock Blvd. AL 9912 Play Friday and Saturday NOW ENDS SAT. Irene Dunne, Robert Montgomery in “Unfinished Business 1 ’ —AND— Gene Tierney, Bruce Cabot, George Sanders in “SUNDOWN” Sun., Mon., Tues., Jan. 18-20 George Brent Ilona Massey - Basil Rathbone “International Lady” —ALSO—LLOYD NOLAN CONSTANCE MOORE “Buy Me That Town” $ Play Monday $
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
/ SWifT fSMRV/Ct. Moving day is always upsetting. Let “0.K.” make it easy for you. Our bywords are “speed,” "efficinecy” and “care.” CLeveland 63398 For: Reliable Moving Storage Insurance Protection Reasonable Costs CallOn “0.K.” Van and Storage 5140 York Blvd. 50 SINGERS Trade-Ins Fully Guaranteed WHITE, ETC. TREADLES $4.95 up ELECTRIC CONSOLES and PORTABLES Floor models and trade-ins at prices you cannot resist, Big Savings on Latest Models. Singer Portable $ 29 95 ' ffri Console $ 39 95 SHAUGHNESSY ELECTRIC 590.L05 N. Figueroa St. —Open Eves. AL. 5514
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
I Specialize In BIRTH CERTIFICATES and INCOME TAX REPORTS M. E. King Notary Public Office, 3297 Verdugo Rd. Home, 1814 Winmar Dr., Evenings Announcement It is with a great deal of pleasure that the Holland Electric Shop announces the expansion of its Record department. ITftr- — NEW RECORD DEPARTMENT I* now In the capable charge of Miss Barbara May Erlcksen, W’4l graduate of Franklin High School who has specialized in music and is ready to advise and serve you on any record problem. MAY THIS SERVE AS A CORDIAL INVITATION TO COME IN AND PAY A FRIENDLY VISIT Complete Selections of Victor, Bluebird, OKEH, Columbia. Decca Records. We will be glad to make up any special order for you anytime. POPULAR RECORDS 35* (plus tax) up SHEET MUSIC mmm ALL POPULAR HITS! 35* UP (plus tax) HOLLAND ELECTRIC SHOP JOHN C. HOLLAND 5634 N. Figueroa AL 0149 OPEN EVENINGS Complete Line of Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, Cleaners, Appliances Ct*££ £ £ ’ £ ESTABLISHED 1811 HOME TO STAY WE ARE God’s homing pige...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Forward March AMERICA Ace Hi FLOUR ONE FLOUR FOR EVERY FAMILY BAKING PURPOSE ! ENRICHED 9.8 Lbs, 45c KARO RICH IN DEXTROSE BLUE LABEL Ns. 1M No. i 13* 35* RED LABEL No. 1H No. 5 14* 38* MAITRO MKK CONTAINS VITAMINS A.B,A« NEW LOW PRICE hrlr** 1 29* 10. CAN muff INfTAMTiT CRACKERS OVEN FRESH SODA 1-lb. Box 9*o TOMATOES PACK 11 U Can A A VAL VITA SOLID PACK No. V/ 2 Can . CORN rASXEWELL 10* No. 3 Can ■kServa your home, your family, your country—and keep America free! Cooperate with the government in its plan for defenae, for greater health, for elimination of waste. Plan your meals care-fully—-be sure they are well balanced and nutritious. Do not prepare too much food, but when there are left-overa, tee that they are uaed the following day. FOOD IS VITAL TO DEFENSE and we offer quality foods and home needs at prices that leave change for the purchase of Defense Saving Stamps. ■¥■ WHEAT germ WHEAT GERM Rich In Essential Vitamins! IW-ib. Fkg. 25* BISKIT MIX L &amp;r 27* VAL VITA...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
THERE IS STRENGTH IN MEAT Meat is an economical source of nutrition , , , a delicious, healthful food that provides the energy we all need to do our part in winning this war. Serve it for breakfast, dinner and supper, but be sure you get the quality that assures full-flavored goodness by choosing your meats here. • . * YOU.GET ALL 3 IN MEAT KING'S Slri II as ILKE LUX BOURBON PINT WALKER’S DE LUXE SPSC/AIS $145 90 PROOF 4 YRS. OLD HIGH GLEE STRAIGHT BOURBON 80 PROOF Q AQ 4 YRS. OLD V B PINT 1 VOLTAIRE STRAIGHT BRANDY fifth 00 PROOF CA C* 4 YRS. OLD sos* 2
OBITUARIES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
OBITUARIES LAKIN Mrs. Louisa S. Lakin, of Madera. Calif.. passed away suddenly while on visit to her sister. Miss E. Reckard of Eagle Rock. Mrs. Lakin was a native of Missouri but.had lived in California for the past 33 years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Fern L. Bailey, Miss Genevra Lakin. a son Roscoe and her sister, Miss Reckard. The remains of Mrs. Lakin were forwarded by Cresse’s to Madera for services and Interment. WATTERSON Funeral services were held for William C. Watterson at Cresse’s Eagle Rock Redwood Chapel. Januar 13. Mr. Watterson. who was 87 years old, was sorn in the British Isles, having lived n United States for 70 years and in California for 45 years. He leaves his laughter, Mrs. Ellen Atkins, of 5127 Shearin avenue, and a granddaughter, Julia. SHARON Mrs. Jessie M. Sharon passed away at her home. 6431 Garvanza avenue. January 13. Mrs. Sharon, who was 72 rears of age. was born in England coming to America 52 years ago. She had lived in this community fo...
Bethel Installs New Officers [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Bethel Installs New Officers New officers of Bethel, No. 23, were formally installed into office last week, with Bertha B. Inman, Grand Secretary, State of California, 0.J.D., mistress of ceremonies. The last meeting was held the council last installed. Among others Installed were Gail Gray, honored queen; Inger Jenson, senior princess; Elaine Snuffer, junior princess; Dorothy Carroll, guide; Pauline Admiston, marshall; Beverly Kreutzberg, iner guard; Laurin'a Johnson, outer guard; Loretta Gibson, senior custodian; Lianie McDermott, junior custodian; Lucille Sudano, librarian, and Joyce Moller, recorder.
WELFARE CARD PARTY SCHEDULED TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
WELFARE CARD PARTY SCHEDULED TOMORROW The Welfare Card Party, which is held each term, of Luther Burbank P.-T.A. Is Friday, January 16 at the American Legion Hall, 227 North Avenue 55 at 12:30 p.m. The admission is 30 cents and the public is invited. Bridge, 500, Pinochle and Bunco will be played, with prizes for each. This party is held each term and the entire proceeds are used in Child Welfare, especially for the boys and girls in the graduating class. For reservations phone Mrs. E. E. Turney, CL. 6-2876.
WATCH OUT FOR TIRE THIEVES IS WARNING [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
WATCH OUT FOR TIRE THIEVES IS WARNING Service stations in Highland Park are warned to be on the lookout for 2 young men in a 1936 Oldsmobile Sedan, on which the front grill is bent. These men have passed several forged checks made out in the fictitious name of “Paul Scott.” They have several license numbers, three of which are 49Q352—08P610—22N--793. If these men are seen, they should be detained and the police notified at once of their whereabouts.
Yorkdale School Names Defense Committees [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Yorkdale School Names Defense Committees Yorkdale School and P.-T.A. have named members to serve on the defense committees. Members named to serve on the school defense committees are: Mrs. W. D. Turner and Miss Anamay Chapman, chairmen; Mrs. Edward F. Walker, co-ordi-nator, in charge of organization; Mrs. Richard Ensley, alternate co-ordinator, in charge of Red Crdss; Mrs. Edith Catlow, feeding committee; child training, Mrs. F. E. Rhea, Mrs. A. C. Diboll, Mrs. W. H. Bartels; Nursing, Mrs. Venice Fagengren, Mrs. W. E. Fowler, Mrs. F. D. Angell, Mrs. W. C. Hanna; Sewing, Mrs. R. J. Smith, Mrs. R. S. Westlake, Mrs. G. P. Wolf, Mrs. J. E. Wycoff; Faculty emergency wardens are Misses Arline Haines, Dorothy Ver Nooy and Marguerite Richards. Fire wardens are Mrs. Helen McMorris and Mrs. Esther Caldwell. The Red Cross sewing and knitting class has two meetings next week, Tuesday and Thursday. Those interested in securing materials should report at either meeting.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE Cover All of Highland Park and Glassell Park ARLY LOU PRALL WEDS ALVIN WERRE After a short honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Werre are now at home to their many Highland Park friends at 762 G Street, Coronado.' The bride is the former Arly Lou Prall, whd m'ade several friends while attending Franklin High School, from where she graduated in summer, 1934. The couple was joined in wedlock Saturday, December 27, in Los Angeles. o Classified Ad Service When You Need A Classified Ad Let This Friendly Newspaper Serve You. Trained Ad-Takers Gladly Assist You in Writing Your Ad, Provide You With Any Information You Wish, Do Everything Possible to Insure the Best Results at the Least Cost to You. - POST-DISPATCH &lt;y
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
FOR BIGGEST RESULTS AT SMALLEST COST USE POST-DISPATCH CLASSIFIED ADS Public Notices 1 —Personals TEMPLE OF TRUTH Spiritualist Church 4652 EAGLE ROCK BOULEVARD All meetings during the present emergency will take place between 2 and 4 in the afternoon Pastor Reverend E. A. Smith Res. CL-6-2392 DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY ? Can use washing machine and sewing machine. CL-6-5905. HAVE YOUR SHOES Repaired, Dyed, lengthened &amp; widened at POELKES. since 1919. 6320 Pasadena avenue. 6—Lost &amp; Found LOST Fox terrier pup. white and brown; child’s pet. Reward. 2361 Moss Ave. Lost In this vicinity. 10 —Instruction PIANO WESSONS Modern or Classical. Reasonable Rates. AL-0383 Employment 12—Help Wanted Bill Passers Wanted Men to distribute hand bills and newspapers, house to house. UNION RATE PAID. KELLOGG SYSTEM 6027 N. Figueroa St. AL-8196 GlRL—General housework. No cooking. Stay nights. 5629 No. Figueroa. Afternoons. 14—Situations Wanted ODD Jobs, yard work, carpenters helper, ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Building Service 23 —Upholstering WEL-DON UPHOLSTERING CO. Try our new purchasing plan on recovering and rebuilding over-stuffed furniture. Custom built furniture now on display. Call us lor free estimates. 5237-39 No. Figueroa CL-6-254D FRED'S UPHOLSTERING" Repair, recover, remodel, reas. prices FRED W. DEMKE 5105 Monte Vista AL. 3977 Res. CA. 7437 Send It to A Master For REPAIRING RECOVERING As Long as 12 Months to Pay Free Estimates Also FINE FURNITURE CLEANING ACE UPHOLSTERING CO. 5337 No. Figueroa CL-6-6233 "THE HARDYS" Distinctive Upholstering "RECOVER AND SAVE 50 %" Time Payments If Desired 4767 York Blvd. AL-2808 UPHOLSTERING Expert Workmanship with a Guarantee Remodeling - Repairing Call us for Free Estimates and Samples WEEK'S MATTRESS and UPHOLSTERY SHOP 138 San Fernando Rd. CA-0341 Stites Upholstering Recovering &amp; Repairing ol all Kinds Chair Re-Canlng Broken Furniture Repaired Call AL-2786 for Estimate 25—Rug Cleaning SHAMPOO RUG &amp; UPHOLSTERY CLE...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Real Estate Real Estate 58—Houses For Sale 58—Houses For Sale % "Real Estate This Year, As Always, Will Be one of the Soundest Outlets for Investment Funds” Consult one of the reliable real estate firms represented on this page and let them guide you through the channel of safety and profit. 34—Household Goods For Exchange (Continued) SAVE s 4s or Repossessed NORGE REFRIGERATOR ROGNSTAD’S 5159 York Blvd. CL-6-2532 RECONDITIONED RADIOS 5-tube table model $ 6.95 9-tube Packard-Bell - $ 8.00 9- Majestic $15.00 •9-tube Spartan - $lO.OO 8-tube R.C.A. table model $10.9: 8-tube Majestic console $15.00 10- G.E. table model $27.50 11- Philco console $29.50 All in Good Condition Holland Elec. Shop 5634 N. Figueroa. AL-0149 TYPEWRITER $llO Remington only $19.00 ROGNSTAD’S We Reni and Repair All Makes 5159 York Blvd. CL-6-2532 Easy Agitator type —532.00 Thor Porcelain tub washer $27.50 $l5O Universal - $49.50 Large Stock of New Washers THOR - EASY - MAYTAG - BENDIX Lowest Prices and Terms One-f...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
40—Pels-Poulfry-Supplies TEN white leghorn pullets. $1.25 each. 716 Adelalne Ave., South Pasadena. Phone SY. 9-4906 42—Furnished WANT steady tenant —3-room cottage, garage, 2 acres, fine view. 3925 WAWONA 3 ROOMS—Modern. Adults, no pets. $25. 5440 York Blvd, Rentals 44—Unfurnished 4-ROOM house —Newly painted, clean inside. 1 child O. K. 5051 CORINGA DR. $20 —UNFUR. 3-rm. house at 4196 York Blvd. Lot 50x100. Call AL-0383. NEWLY decorated 5-rm. house No children. $35. Apply 5319 York Blvd. 53—Wanted to Renl WOMAN wants small house, furnished or unfurnished. Write Post-Dispatcn box A. Real Estate 58—Houses for Sale RUSS GREEN Offers the Following New Listings New 5-room stucco home in good lo cation. Now being completed. Only $4150 with $750 down. 3936 Scandla Way Nearly new 5 room stucco, dbl. gar., large view lot. 2 blocks to car and Roberts Market. Price $5OOO. Terms. Exclusive Agent Russ Green Company Realtors - Notary - Insurance 4000 Eagle Rock Blvd. AL-4998 HOME AND INCOME 2 hou...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
58—Houses For Sale (Continued) 'AAA/N^A^i^A/VWNA^W^A/V^/VWVWWWW&gt; LISTINGS WANTED Have buyers for all types of property in Highland Park. Come in or call E. P. POHRTE 5233 No. Figueroa AL. 1790 $137.50 Per Mo. 4-unit income, two of them only three years old. Three nicely furnished. Including electric ref., very good rental district. Full price $6,950. Terms. Inq. 3954 Eagle Rock Blvd. READY TO MOVE IN—3 new houses. FHA approved. Close to H. P. Prices right. For information call AL-8460. $3OO DOWN Buys 5-room home, newly decorated and painted. It has living and dining room, kitchen and 2 bedrooms and large service porch. It is located on top of a hill. Lot Is about level, has wonderful view. Price only $2500. Located at 6043 Roy St. SEE— Chas. B. Throop 5905 York Blvd. AL-9928 5 ROOM HOME NEAR Eagle Rock HI School. Cor. lot. house in good condition. $3,750. $750 down. Inq. 3954 Eagle Rock Blvd. WELL, here is a clean 6-rm. home that won’t be for sale long now. Level lot, dbl...