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Business Is Good Claims Bob Beach At Figuer-O Cafe [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

Business Is Good Claims Bob Beach At Figuer-O Cafe Considered one of the most unusual eating places, in this area, the North Figuer-0 Cafe, located at 6711 North Figueroa Street, reports a steady increase in business, according to Bob Beach, genial owner and manager. Enchiladas, tortillas, chili rellenos, chili Colorado con came, beef or chicken tacos are but a few at this unusual eating place. “If you want to enjoy Spanish food at its best,” says Bob, “try one of our complete dinners. served every day and evening, it is a treat that every member of the family will enjoy.”

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
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BUNDLE FROM HEAVEN FOR CHARLES A. WOODS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

BUNDLE FROM HEAVEN FOR CHARLES A. WOODS Police Officer Charles A. Woods, of 4958 Lincoln Avenue, who is attached to the educational unit of the collision prevention bureau, was wearing a broad smile last week handed out cigars to announce a bundle from heaven in the form of Thomas Edward, born to Mrs. Woods on Friday the thirteenth at the Glendale Sanitarium. Mrs. Woods, son Thomas Edward, and pappy are doing fine.

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What Do You Think ? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

What Do You Think ? George Washington It is to the leader of one of her darkest, as well a brightest, hours that America pays homage on February 22 Looking back through more than a century and a half to the days of ’75 when Washington took command of the Continental Army, we can glimpse the resolute will and character of a man who welded an initial force of 16,0dd untrained men into a victorious fighting force. But between July 3, 1775 and April 30, 1789, when Washington took office as the nation’s first president, he was the leader of battles that more than once appeared lost. Today we remember the victories at arms and ol statesmanship, forgetting too often the periods of despair land disunity which swept over the colonies in that critics period. Four years after the desolate winter at Valley Forge, and just before Washington’s decisive triumph at Yorktown, the country’s morale was near ebb tide. In a disheartened people, there was gloom and disconlent. It. an enfeebled Congress, ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

IDENTIFICATION DISCS No cost or obligation . . , nothing to buy. Simply come in and register your name and address at our defense center desk and return in a few days for your disc. Children must be accompanied by adults. KINGS FOOD MARKET f 3SOO Eagle Rock Blvd.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

a msi like. mjCLOMrIOTjULIA^ OuU-COArCMinjL, MEXICAN DINNER Enchiladas. Spanish Rice. Fried Beans, Salad. Hot Rolls, Tortillas and Butter and Coffee. 50C CHILI RELLENOS .. CHILI COLORADO Con Came TACOS . . BEEF OR CHCKEN Orders Filled by Phone North Figuer-0 Cafe w* to take out CL-6-6857 6731 N. FIGUEROA ST. 808 BEACH, Prop. 2 for 25C

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

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S.A.W.V. Daughters Valentine Party Interesting Event [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

S.A.W.V. Daughters Valentine Party Interesting Event THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS The Loyal Daughters’ of the S. A.W.V. attended a vtlentine party last Thursday, February 12, at the home of Mrs. Ruby Loomis, 5215 Eagledale Avenue. Games consisted of Whoopie which was enjoyed by all. The prizes which were all kinds of things useful to the boys in the Service were returned by the guests to be sent along with the home-made candies and cookies to the boys at camp. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Virginia Braunton, 410 North Avenue 53. At that time garments for a layette will be distributed to the members to be made up at the home and to be brought back at a latter meeting and sent to the Florence Crittenden Home.

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First Game of Season Scheduled For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

First Game of Season Scheduled For Next Sunday Sunday, February 22 the Moose Lodge, formerly the Verdugo Cardinals, will open their season against the Lucian Ljttlefielders at El Sereno playground at 2:00 p.m. After a six months layoff, the Cardinals are staging a comeback after finishing second in the North-Northeast division last year. Gene Baroni will manage the Moose Lodge Cardinals.

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DAUGHTERS OF UNION VETERANS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

DAUGHTERS OF UNION VETERANS Jessid Benton Fremont, Tent No. 4. Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War will meet Monday, Fbruary 23, in Patriotic Hall, 1816 South Figueroa Street at 1:00 p.m. All visiting daughters are welcome. One leak can sink a ship—don’t talk.

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AT THE EAGLE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

AT THE EAGLE Fredric March and Martha Scott star In “One Foot In Heaven,” current feature attraction now playing at the Eagle Theatre. On the same bill is Mary Martin and Fred Mac Murray in “New York Town.”

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AT THE DALE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

AT THE DALE Bud Abbott and Lou Costello will end a five-day run Sunday in “Keep ’Em Flying,” at the Dale Theatre. On the same bill is Frederic March and Martha Scott in “One Foot In Heaven.”

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Social Integrity Theme of Next Aldama P.-T.A. Meet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

Social Integrity Theme of Next Aldama P.-T.A. Meet Social Integrity an Ideal of Women is the theme of the Aldama Parent - Teacher Association’s meeting next Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 2 p.m., in the school auditorium. Mr. R. B. Huxtable of the Luther Burbank Jr. High School and Mr. Eugene Memmler from the Art Center School will speak. There will be a skit in memory of the fiunders of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers entitled “Turning Back Time,” with Mrs. J. C. Kleinfeld reading and a cast of Mesdames A 1 Young, Alene Chalfant, Nellie Montgomers, Nellie Montgomery, Jay White, Sarah Gralla, Pauline Hackamack, Amelie Downs, Jeftn Parsons and Doris Livingston. Mrs. Alta Thompson, president, wishes to thank, on behalf of the organization, all the mothers and teachers who worked so hard on the paper drive to make it a success. Aldama will have a First Aid class beginning Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. Miss Harriet Gerson, a certified leader, will be the instructor and at ...

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AT THE FRANKLIN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

AT THE FRANKLIN Lynn Bari and John Sutton hold the spotlight in “Moon Over Her Shoulder,” opening at the Franklin Theatre Sunday. Companion feature on the same bill is Sonja Henie in “Sun Valley Serenade.”

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Ebell Club Has Interesting’ Meeting For Next Week [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

Ebell Club Has Interesting’ Meeting For Next Week By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson Bible Section, with Mrs. E.V.T. Sens and Mrs. E. Roscoe Hulbert, as chairmen will present the morning program at the Ebell Clubhouse, Tuesday, February 24, at 1:30 a.m. Dr. Donald H. Tippett, speaker will talk on “Religion’s Role in the Development of Democracy.” Margaret McKee, world renowned whistler will render whistling solos. Community Sing, with J. Arthur Lewis conducting will also be a feature of the morning program. Something different for the afternoon meeting, when Mrs. Harriet W. Myers and Mrs. C. W. Mattison present a conservation program. Mr. C. A. Harwell, California representative of the National Audubon Society will show the Tucker film of the humming bird. Mr. Harwell was nature guide at Yosemite National Park for eleven years. Miss Helen Pratt will also show films illustrating Sanctuaries for Birds, On Wednesday, February 25, the ramblers will meet at Farnsworth Park, Lake Ave., Altadena. L...

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Past Presidents Of Yorkdale P.-T.A. Welcomed in Meet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

Past Presidents Of Yorkdale P.-T.A. Welcomed in Meet Mrs. W. D. Turner, president of the Yorkdale P.-T.A. welcomed the many past presidents who attended the Founders’ Day meetifig on Tuesday, February 10. Mrs. Donald Rankin, third vicepresident of the Tenth District gave a most inspiring message to the parents on their duties in the present emergency. The mothers of the Buchanan Mothers Chorus presented a delightful musical program. The executive board were hostesses for the social hour. Mrs. W. O. Lothrop was Founders’ Day chairman. The tables were appropiately decorated with Birthday cakes, favors and potted flower gifts in color and design symbolic of the Parent-Teachers.

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Executive Board Of Luther Burbank To Meet Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

Executive Board Of Luther Burbank To Meet Tuesday The Executive Board of Luther Burbank Parent-Teacher Association will meet in Room 256 at 1 p.m., Tuesday, February 24. Mrs. F. J. Dietsch, president, requests that chairmen who have to make out reports for the District, please meet at 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday. The Mothers Chorus rehearsal is each Monday from 10 to 12 in Room 6 annunces Mrs. John Eshelman, music chairman. An invitation is extended to all mothers interested in singing to come out and get acquainted.

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SAW WAR START [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942

SAW WAR START Anna Q. Nilsson, silent day star who returns to the movies in Paramount's Pine-Thomas picture, “I Live On Danger,” was in Europe when the war first broke out, after being off the screen for 12 years following an injury caused by a fall from a horse.

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