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Russian Concert To Be Heard At EbeUClub [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
Russian Concert To Be Heard At EbeUClub By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson Next Tuesday, March 24, the Russian Concert Ensemble will be heard at the Ebell Clubhouse in Hungarian and Russian Gypsy Music. Mrs. Lee O. Tenney, program chairman hopes you will not miss this opportunity of hearing these wonderful artists. A Community sing, conducted by J. Arthur Lewis with Helen Wise Borum accompanist. After lunch at the Homemakers section there will be a tecnicolor film on California Dried Fruits. “Dine for Defense” Saturday, March 21 at the Clubhouse. The Executive Board is sponsoring this Bar-B-Cue dinner, with entertainment following, which has been arranged by Mrs. Lee O. Tenney. Mrs. Alice Teall, Mrs. O. A. Bredy and Miss Guinn will be instrumental in making this affair a success. Reservations close Friday at 6, phone Mrs. Mason, Capitol 1-2573 or Mrs. Teall, Albany 3463. Mrs. S. W. Hastings, curator of the Ramblers announced the postponed “Day at Farnsworth Park,” Lake Avenue, Altadena, will...
Captain Le Count OfU. S. A. In Visit With Parents [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
Captain Le Count OfU. S. A. In Visit With Parents Captain Louis K. LeCount who was formerly with the Department of Employment office in Glendale, visited in Highland Park with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. LeCount yesterday. Captain LeCount’s home is in Montrose, but since his call to service more than fifteen months ago, his wife and little daughter have been with him at Monterey, where he is on duty at the Reception Center. He is a graduate of Franklin High and U.C.L.A. and majored in Political Science at Columbia University.
What Do You ? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
What Do You ? Welre On God's Side Private Joseph Louis Barrow, heavyweight champion of the world, in his sincere, brief manner, made the best speech of the evening on the “Night of Stars” Navy Relief Show at Madison Square Garden recently. Joe appeared on the program along with outstanding civic, radio, screen and stage personalities. A Message From Your Mailman 1 H. R. 6486 has been introduced into the House of Representatives. This bill probably doesn’t mean a thing to the average citizen, but it does to your mailman. It is a bill to increase the salary of Postal employees. Your pc* . - man hasn’t had. a pay increase in 17 years, quite a while for anyone to wait for a raise. This means that the m?n who brings you your mail is trying to make ends meet in these times of high living costs with a*1925 dollar. Other workers throughout the country have been given raises to meet the advancing costs of living. Your postman contributes 5% of his salary to his retirement fund. lie buys his ...
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New Low Prices For Broadway Hit “My Sister Eileen” [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
New Low Prices For Broadway Hit “My Sister Eileen” THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS What is said to be the greatest entertainment buy in Los Angeles theatre history will be offered at the Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles, beginning Monday, March 16, when “My Sister Eileen,” the Broadway comedy riot, slashes its prices almost in half. Throughout its lengthy New York engagement of more than a year and during its road tour of approximately the same length of time, "My Sister Eileen” has never been played at less than a $2.75 top. This scale was in effect for the first four Immensely successful in Los Angeles. The new top "price evenings is only $1.50 for the best seats, with the balance of the theatre at 50 cents and $l. Matinees on Wednesday and Saturday are only $1 for the choice seats, with the balance of the theatre at 50 cents. Max Gordon, one of Broadway’s most astute producers, announced the reason for the new policy: ••We have grossed more than 1650,000 with the road tour alone and we’ve dec...
BROADWAY COLLEGIATE COMEDY [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
BROADWAY COLLEGIATE COMEDY COLLEGE FUN! Olivia de Havilland and Henry Fonda are starred along- with Joan Leslie in “The Male Animal,” Warner Bros, hilarious plcturizatlon of the famous Broadway collegiate comedy, which opens Thursday, March 19th at Warners Hollywood and Downtown theatres. The associate feature offers Joan Blondell and John Wayne in “Lady For A Night.”
PLAYGROUND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
PLAYGROUND NOTES Two hours of dancing to the music of Lottie Anderson. From 8 to 10 Friday night, March 20, at the Verdugo Playground, - Miss Anderson will play popular dance music. Just a little recreation for the men and women who work. A small charge will be made to cover the cost of the music. This will not be old-fashioned dancing but fox trots, rhumbas and watlzes in swing without jitter. Get ready to walk by joining the “conditioning” class at the Verdugo Playground Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. Rhythmics, games and gymnastics for women, build and strengthen the body and Steady the nerves. The class is free. The Moose Lodge Cardinals defeated Kinney Iron Works last Sunday, March 15, at Arroyo Seco playground, by a score of 6 to 4. The- Cardinals play Eagle Rock Tigers this Sunday, March 22, at Yosemite playground at 2:00 o’clock.
Plumbers Take On Pacific Clay; Casey Campbell Resigns BY CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
Plumbers Take On Pacific Clay; Casey Campbell Resigns BY CHRIS REDONDO Charley Pedrotti’s Rosabell Plumbers are in the market for a new manager for the Pacific Clay Products game, slated for Sunday at 2:30 on Rosabell Field in South Pasadena, as' the result of Casey Campbell’s announcement that he is retiring from the local baseball scene. Campbell’s resignation was tendered early this week with the explanation that he is seeking a rest. Under Campbell’s leadership the Plumbers won three Southern California semi-pro championships, two in the winter and one in the summer. As part of Charley Pedrotti’s program of developing young ball players for professional careers, 24 future "Babe Ruths” and "Ty Cobbs” signed their names to pro contracts while playing under Campbell. REGRETS LOSS Charley Pedrotti regrets the loss of Casey Campbell but is making every effort to land another hustling and fighting leader for his Rosabell Plumbers. Pedrotti will probably appoint one of his veterans to ...
Evening- Hi School Stresses Need Of Bookkeeping- [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
Evening- Hi School Stresses Need Of Bookkeeping- Is the old budget getting you down now that prices are going up? Small wonder—but there is still hope. Bookkeeping Is just as important for budgeting In homemaking as it is in business or a profession. If you feel the need to make your own budget work a little smoother (and who doesn’t?) it would, no doubt, profit you to investigate the classes in bookkeeping and accounting at Franklin Evening High School, in Highland Park. If you are working toward a government position, an accurate knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting will be invaluable to you. Due to the infinite number of records required in work of this type, a sure understanding of figures is most essential. Why don’t you investigate the opportunity offered in the bookkeeping and accounting class at Franklin Evening High School in Highland Park? Mr. C. J. Hough, the instructor, gives individual attention to each student and takes up his particular problems. He will be glad to...
Final Meeting of Fire Defense Set For Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
Final Meeting of Fire Defense Set For Tonight The .special feature of the final meeting of the Community Fire Defense Program of fhe GlassellCypress district will be a chance to hear the zone air raid wardens of this district and to hear from them just how each neighborhood is set up. This is of vital interest to everyone at this time to know how much protection is offered. On Thursday night, March 19, at 7 p.m., that information will be given you. The Los Angeles Fire department will conclude its series of lessons at this time with two motion pictures and a short talk on fire prevention. Mrs. Crane, instructor in Red Cross, will give instruction in first aid for bums. At the end of the meeting coffee wii! be served and those who wish may remain to talk with the speakers. All residents of the district are Invited.
“Casey” Johnson Doing- His Bit For Uncle Sam [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
“Casey” Johnson Doing- His Bit For Uncle Sam “Casey” Johnson, popular 7 year old Warner Bros, juvenile actor is touring western states making personal appearances with a Warner Bros, technicolor film, in which he is featured. All proceeds of the tour go entirely to purchasing defense bonds. “Casey” is well known in Highland Park and will probably close his tour in one of Highland Park’s theatres. “Casey” is appearing in two recent releases, “One Foot in Heaven” with Frederic March and Martha Scott, and “Hurricane Smith” with Ray Middleton. He will also be heard on a series of radio programs shortly after his return.
H.P. Community Flower Show Set For April 24 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942
H.P. Community Flower Show Set For April 24 It’s time to begin thinking about the 13th annual Highland Park Community flower show, which will be held April 24 from 2 to 10 p.m. in the Girls’ Gymnasium of Franklin Evening High School. This year the management of the show is under the able direction of Mrs. Yvonne Turkopp, an active member of the Highland Park Garden Club. A detailed list of Classifications and additional information will ap-pear-in the next issue of the PostDispatch.