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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
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“My Sister Eileen” Held Over Because Of Popular Demand [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
“My Sister Eileen” Held Over Because Of Popular Demand THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS “My Sister Eileen,” the immensely successful Broadway comedy hit now playing at the Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles, has been held over because of popular demand. The Joseph Fields-Jerome Chodorov play, from the magazine stories by Ruth McKenney, has been held over three times on its Pacific Coast tour, and has proved to be the most popular comedy the legitimate theatre has offered here in a decade. It was to have opened here upon conclusion of its Chicago engagement, which was to have been three months. It was held over an additional 23 weeks there. San Francisco retained the hilarious show for four weeks. Announced originally for two weeks at the 'Biltmore, a third week was added when the demand for seats exceeded the supply. Even additional Sunday shows were not enough, so a fourth week has been added. The story of “My Sister Eile.en” concerns the Sherwood sisters, Ruth and Eileen, who come to New York fro...
Collects Major Award At Fox Starland [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Collects Major Award At Fox Starland Manager Jimmy Maestro, hands Mrs. Victoria Gattoni, 2420 Eastlake Avenue, a check for $2OOO, representing the major award at the Fox Starland Theatre last week. The Gattonis had no one to take care of the baby, so flipped a coin to see who would stay home that night, and Mrs. Gattoni won, and won the check as shown above which is being presented to her by the manager, Jimmie Maestro.
“Citizen Kane” Comes’to Dale and Franklin [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
“Citizen Kane” Comes’to Dale and Franklin ■ I 110 I ” ost amazing motion picture ever to come out of Hollywood will be presented for its first exclusive engagement in Northeast Los Angeles when it opens a four-day run It botli the Dale and Franklin Theatres, starting Sunday. Stage life has a vivid SXres n ts°-n 0n “ CitiZe “ Ka " e ” Whe " adapts theatricit ° ne ° f ." S many enter P rlses - The picture is so un- / everyo "® is ur &amp;ed see it from the start to catch the on Tuesday e ”farch Tn T*o haVe continuous performances Zft workers St , artln S at 3 P™- «" order to accommodate rrn!,ala . Jfcii' r V I ,erKo,,s who do not wish to attend the crowded The companion feature will be
AT THE EAGLE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
AT THE EAGLE Jane Wyman plays opposite Jimmy Durante In “You’re in the Army Now,” opening: tonight at the Eagle Theatre. On the same bill is Loretta Young and Conrad Veidt in “Men in her Lite.” Glassell Park P.-T.A. To Present Play At Next Meeting 1 Five members of the board of Glassell Park Parent-Teachers Association have been busy working with Mrs. Morris Matson, drama chairman, preparing to present a play entitled “Safety” at the next meeting, to be held March 10th. The play is humorous and should get many laughs. The characters will be as follows; Mrs. Sap: Mrs. Marion Hayne; Mrs. Chump: Mrs. Olga Dustin; Mrs. Smart: Mrs. Rose Koskie; Mrs. J. Walker: Mrs. Angie Hayes, and Mrs. Galbraithe; Mrs. Leone Minser.
H.P. Merchants, Plumbers, Renew Baseball Feud BY CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
H.P. Merchants, Plumbers, Renew Baseball Feud BY CHRIS REDONDO Charley Pedrotti’s Rosabel! Plumbers, now in the throes of a two-game losing streak, will attempt to regain the form that won the Southern California semi-pro title, Sunday, against their old blood rivals, the Highland Park Merchants. The renewal of the feud is slated for Rosabell Meld in South Pasadena, starting at 2:15 o’clock. Both clubs felt the sting of defeat last week, the Plumbers losing a close game to the Colored Athletics and the Merchants dropping a 19 to 3 contest to Montebello. That Montebello defeat doesn’t worry Manager Stoudt in the least. He’s been pointing for the Rosabel! scrap and used the Montebello visit as a tuneup game. Don Pulford, his right-handed ace, who was supposed to hurl against Montebello, skipped his pitching turn and has been working out regularly to get into shape for the Plumber game. CASEY UNDECIDED According to Manager Casey Campbell the Rosabell slab choice will be made just befor...
PLAYGROUND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
PLAYGROUND NOTES GAMES FOR THE HOME The Women’s gymnasium class at the Verdugo Playground invites all. women to attend the class in physical fitness meeting Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. In addition to the regular exercises the class will be given each week a game appealing to all members of the family or usable at children’s parties. ‘This is being done as one of the contributions the Playground can make toward aiding, in civilian morale. These games will be such that neighborhood leaders may use them in their local groups or mothers may be equipped to keep a child from being alarmed by a black-out. _ LOCAL HIKES STARTED This morning, Thursday, there is being- held the first of a series i Of local hikes. Starting from the \ erdugo Playground at 9:30, a group will walk to Forest Lawn, view the copies of the famous pictures and buildings and then return to the Playground for lunch. If you who read this would like to join us, come.along—be a California.. housekeeper let., those dishes...
DflncmG FOR VICTORV At Shrine Auditorium Monday March 9 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
DflncmG FOR VICTORV At Shrine Auditorium Monday March 9 On Monday, March 9, the Shrine Auditorium will be the rendezvous for thousands of defense workers in the 'Southern California area. From the airplane factories, ship yards, machine shops and munitions plants they’ll doff their overalls and gather en masse for an all night jamboree fittingly christened “Dancing for Victory.” Prom Y P.M. until 5 A.M. there will be dancing and entertainment. Ten bands will be in attendance as well as celebrities from stage, screen and radio. Knox Manning, news commentator and screen actor, has recruited the services of the following nationally known announcers to act as masters of ceremonies: Truman Bradley, Bill Goodwin, Wendell Niles, Don Wilson, Harlow Wilcox, Ken Carpenter, Me! Ruick, Art Gilmore and Tom Hanlon. The bands, announcers, celebrities and all others connected with this huge undertaking have all volunteered their services gratis. “Dancing for Victory” is the most ambitious programme...
Technocracy, Inc. Invites Public To Film Showing’ [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Technocracy, Inc. Invites Public To Film Showing’ “Sugar from the American Farm,” a motion picture presenting timely information on a subject of national interest, will be shown free of charge at Section 1, R.D. 11834, Technocracy Ind., 2666 Pasadena Ave., tonight, Thursday, at 8 p.m. Following the film a brief talk will be given by a section instructor. The public is also invited to attend the study classes held each Tuesday evening,, or the series given each Sunday morning at 10 a.m. at the section.
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday “Have we not all one father? hath not one God created us?” These words from Malachi are the Golden Text In the Lesson-Sermon on “Man” on Sunday in all Churches of Christ, Scientist. The Lesson-Sermon includes these passages from Genesis: “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of jhe air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth. So God created man In his own Image, in the image of God created he him.” Paul’s words from Acts are also presented: “God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelieth not in temples made with hands; Neither Is worshipped with men's hands, as though he heeded any thing, seeing he giveth to all life, and breath, and all things; . . . For in him we live, and move, and; have our being.” Among the selections...
Girls of Brownie Troop Taking- Part In Cookie Sale [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Girls of Brownie Troop Taking- Part In Cookie Sale The girls of Brownie Troop No. 261, sponsored by the San Pascual Parent-Teacher Association, are taking part in the Girl Scout Cookie Sale this year. All of these who have given the girls an order for cookies are extended thanks from Troop No. 261. On Friday afternoon, February 27, Mary Cynthia Judson, who was 8 years old on that day, had a party for all of the Brownies of the Troop at the San Pascual School. The following little girls were present: Patty Cunningham, Margot Willmot, Doris Dean, Betty Merson, Shirley Morris, Glenda Krownapple, Mary Lou Irwin, Caroline Dunham, Joan Morris, Eleanor Elkins, Loreta Buchanan, Dorothy Gulick, Ramona Weigel, Barbara De Haan, Marlene Stuchbery, Katherine Davis, Winifred Davis, and Maxine Brown
Discontinue Drama Class At Franklin Evening- High School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Discontinue Drama Class At Franklin Evening- High School For the first time in ten consecutive years, the popular and helpful class in drama, stage, screen and radio technique which developed so many at .Franklin Evening High School, 820 North Avenue si, has been discontinued temporarily due to the war-time transfer of Instructor Alpheus Lincoln as Board of Education coordinator for certain Civilian Defense classes. The only class now conducted by Mr. Lincoln is the Monday evening class in public speaking and salesmanship which meets at Franklin from 6:30 to 9:30 o’clock.
Regular Meeting Of Bethel Lodg£ Held Last Week [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Regular Meeting Of Bethel Lodg£ Held Last Week Bethel 23 held its regular meeting Monday evening, February 23, 1942. A short business meeting was held after which majority degree was given. Assisting Honored Queen Gail Gray with majority service were Martha Piercy, Arline Lewis, Barbara Branch, Helen Killen, Grace Hill, Minnie Galyen, Betty oJnes, Grace Nelson, Thelma Hansen, Alice Carlson, Orvetta Edmiston, members of the Honorary and Past Queens Club, and Barbara Schwenk, Bethel .musician. Members who took majority were Ada Calhoun, Mamie Petrick, Estella Kurtz, Irene Shepherd, Maroeline Tuttle, Virginia Phegley, Cleoha Bates Carroll, Barbara Willis Rainville, and Frances McCarter Cummings.
Home Defense To Be Discussed By Yorkdale P.-T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
Home Defense To Be Discussed By Yorkdale P.-T.A. “Home Defense” will be the topic for the next regular meeting of the Yorkdale P.-T.A., to be held on Tuesday, March 10, at 2:00 p.m. in the school auditorium. Captain Ross, of the Los Angeles Fire Department, will present a program of motion pictures on home hazards on ‘Safety and he will talk on emergency protection to be followed by any questions from the audience. The children from room 4, under the direction of Mrs. Gra ( ce Orr will present the entertainment and the mothers from rooms 7 and 8 will have charge of the social hour. The public is cordially invited to attend this timely meeting. It is common to overlook what is near by keeping the eye fixed on something remote. —Samual Johnson
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
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