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EL MOfcENA BOND SALE HOPED FOE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

EL MOfcENA BOND SALE HOPED FOE Several potential bond buyers were interested during the last week in the El Modena street improvement bonds, it was learned through the office of Council Edward L. Thrasher, but owing to the failure of property owners to agree regarding the grade and other details, it was stated that the bonds have not yet been taken. Hope that buyers will appear in the near future so the project might be started was expressed. A portion of the bonds have been sold and the city is expected to handle another portion, it is stated, so that the amount left to be sold is about one-third of the total issue, or about $13,000 worth.

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) “And do not attempt to move without calling me; for you are liable to break the stitches and that would be a serious matter for you.” Just as you say Nurse; I have been hearing a lot about stitches. Can it be possible that there is nothing left of me but stitches? “Young man I see I must be plain with you; you have some very bad wopnds. To reopen one of them might mean your finish; you owe it to your friends who have been watching over you day and night to -be as careful as possible; ; eVjjh if you Are careless -about your own welfare.” Well Nurse, you seem to have the best of the argument. Til try-to be careful; but will you please tell me how Lee —I mean Leeonia is? "The health of the young lady is good: she is asleep now; she was completely worn out watching you.” Watching me? “You are talking entirely too much; in fact you talked too much for three days and nights; now you go to'...

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MERCHANTS GROUP TO HOLD MEETING MARCH 8; MANY MATTERS TO BE UP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

MERCHANTS GROUP TO HOLD MEETING MARCH 8; MANY MATTERS TO BE UP Eagle Rock merchants, composing the Merchants group, are to hold their next meeting Wednesday night, March 8, at the Chamber of Commerce offlees, it was announced last evening, following an interesting meeting. Several matters of general interest were discussed, Including that of mutual protection from the activities of passers of bogus checks. A feature of the discussion was that of more general cooperation among the merchants. All merchants arc invited to attend the meetings.

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Lenten Season Plans Made By Local Churches [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

Lenten Season Plans Made By Local Churches Beginning on Ash Wednesday, March l, Lent observance in the form of special services, prayer sesi sloggNmd devotionals will be arranged by various local churches, both Protestant and Catholic. While the plan will be carried out by several Protestant churches of uniting ,in services during the week of j March 2 to 9, and also during Holy i Week, services in St. Barnabas ' Episcopal and St. Dominic’s Catholic | churches begin with Ash Wednesday j and continue throughout the Len- , ten period. Every Wednesday morning at 1( o'clock, beginning March 1, there will be services at St. Barnabas church, followed by an hour oi study at the parish house, undei the direction of Mrs. R. A. DeLine who will give a series of lesson: about the American Indian. Every Thursday night, at 8, special speakers will be heard at the Church, as follows: Thursday evening, March 2, Rev. T. J. Fish ol Calvary church Of Los Angeles; Mareh 9, Rev. Harry Gray, of Huntingto...

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GIVE HARD TIMES DANCE ON MAR. 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

GIVE HARD TIMES DANCE ON MAR. 3 A “depression” dance, or “preinaugural hard-times” party, is to be given by the Royal Arch Masons of Eagle Rock at Masonic Temple Friday evening, March 3. This will be an occasion when fine raiment will be strictly taboo and milady will be garbed in the habiliments of distress, while the “well dressed man” will appear in such clothing as may have -been saved from the wreckage of the last panic. E. B. Hale, in charge of arrangements, has several rabbits up his sleeve which he proposes to bring out at the proper time for the entertainment of the guests. This dance will be open to the public, it is announced.

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ART SHOW DRAWS PUBLIC INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

ART SHOW DRAWS PUBLIC INTEREST Widespread interest is being shown in the Highlands Council P.T.A. general art exhibit to be held at Sparkletts auditorium, on York Blvd., March 3, from 12 noon to 10:00 p.m. The whole community is asked to take part. There will be no charge either for entries or admission. The exhibits will be as follows; Paintings, wall hangings, photography, quilts, antique furniture, city playground, handcraft, needle work, cut flowers, potted plants, dish gardens, plastic art, millinery and dressmaking from adult classes, welfare dresses from P.T.A. and home cruft of all sorts.

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HISTORY’S PACKS U are TURimrftaot [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

HISTORY’S PACKS U are TURimrftaot Turning back the pages of history, the ladles of the White House' during the Colonial times were' shown in beautiful living pictures at' a meeting of San Rafael Hills chap- 1 ter, D.A.R., at the women's club- 1 house Monday afternoon. Mem-] bers of the local chapter were re-' splendent in Colonial costumes and made charming and realistic “por-‘ traits.” ! Prior to the afternoon’s program, a delicious luncheon was served. Mrs. L. E. Hammond, regent, pre-j sided. In addition to being the an-' nual Colonial Day, commemorating George Washington’s birthday, this was also Reprocity Day and many guests of members were present, as well as guests of the chapter. The latter included Mrs. Elmer Horace' Whitaker, of Santa Barbara, state vice-regent, luncheon speaker; Mrs. Clark Stoll Smith, regent, Los Angeles chapter: Mrs. Wm. B. Me-' Collough, vice-regent, El Camino] Real chapter; Mrs. Frank Phelps Toms, past state regent. j After the luncheon the members and...

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Kiwanis Hold Ladies Party JS BnTHa VsS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

Kiwanis Hold Ladies Party JS BnTHa VsS ( Eagle Rock Kiwanians will meg , hosts tomorrow evening, at MasoniA , Temple, at a Ladies Night party, , the first in several months for the ( local organization. It is anticipated I the affair will be one of the largest the club has held. The evening will start with the serving of dinner at 6:45. This will be followed by the various features , of the program of the evening, and j to say that these will bs varied will be putting it mildly to say the least. The program committee has announced the following: Dancing, bridge, games, contests, music, fun, prizes, favors, and there is a chairman for each. “Something doing all the time,” is the announcement, and the known abilities of the committee members show that this is going to be the case. Reservations should be made, this morning, with Jerry Boltinghouse or J. E. Pickerton. Ladies night party will take the place of the regular weekly luncheon today, but Secretary C. W. Preston will be on hand...

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KIWANIS CARS TO TAKE PUPILS TO SEE FAMOUS OLD NAVY SHIP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

KIWANIS CARS TO TAKE PUPILS TO SEE FAMOUS OLD NAVY SHIP It Is estimated more than 50 pr pils from Eagle Rock school will gc as the special guests of the Klwanis club to see the U.S.S. Constitution this afternoon. In order that the children might have the opportunity of seeing this historic vessel, the board of education designated that each day one-fifteenth of the schools of the ctiy might have a shortened session and Eagle Rock school received the first appointment. But, according to the ruling, no trips could be sponsored in any way by the teachers of the school. So the Eagle Rock Kiwanians, with Jerry Alexander in charge, is sponsoring the trips. Children Of needy families will be placed first on the list for transportation. Many cars have been volunteered to carry the pupils on their half-holiday trip. Parents are instructed to have all children desiring to go in the Klwanis cars at the Eagle Rook Service station, 4761 Eagle Rock Blvd, at 1 o’clock. The children'will be taken t...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

STORE NO. 4 SPECIALS CJ-Jl WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. " 1700 COLORADO BLVD. FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 24 AND 25 FANCY NEWTON PIPPIN APPLES 15 k 25« BEST COOKING SWEET SPANISH FRESH CRISP FRESH SOLID LETTUCE FANCY POTATOES FANCY IDAHO RUSSET OR BURBANK POUNDS... .. X0 C s QUALITY MIVICE S, FAI* PRICE "SELLS ftNCY FOODS FOR LESS ' GROCERY DEPARTMENT SUGAR, Cane 10 lbs. 33c WITH PURCHASE OF 72 FEET WAX PAPER - }J C or 2 CAKES OLIVE CASTILE SOAP Wc SUGAR ONLY 39c DURKEE’S SALAD DRESSING ... 17c QUAKER OATS Small 5c Large 12c —DEL MONTE PRODUCTS—BEARS (limit 2 Tins) 2 No. Cans 25c SALMON Mat Tin 9c BLACKBERRIES , , No. 2 Tin 10c FIGCO FI 4'* ack 'forflavor Albers flapjacks ere eesy to prcpece Just add milk, pour onto a hot ariddlo ...and they're ready! Large Package M aesuauassam ■dniurmu co«e»>**. INSTANT POSTUM THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH LACTOSE and DEXTRINE 1 lb. Tin, Regular 65c -49 c 5 lb. Tin, Regular $2.75 $2.15 PSYLLIUM SEED, Regula...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

PERSONAL The Campfire Blue Bird group, for girls 8-10 years old, was organized Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. There were about 12 girls present. The Misses Margaret Dorr and Margaret Gerberlck are the assistant guardians. The Young Peoples league of the Eagle Rock Lutheran church entertained members of the "church and friends Sunday evening at a delicious luncheon, prepared by the young ladies of the society and served by the young men. Later those present played lotto. First prize in the lotto game was won by Mrs. A. Kopp, the consolation prize going to Mrs. J. Johnson. The "Questers,” a group of, young women interested in missionary work of the United church, will present a play Sunday evening, during the evening service, entitled “Janey,’* and named for a girl who finds herself changed from- a crude country girl to a fine high type character due to Christian teachings. The play is being directed by Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Roy E. Powers. Special music will be presented by...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

PYTHIANS ATTENTION! CONVENTION DISTRICT Monday, Feb. 27—9 P. M ODD FELLOWS HALL 2705 North Broadway Manitou Lodge as Host Highland Be at Mlramontc Lodge Halt Aw. 64 and Roby, at 8 P. M. Regular Meeting of MIRAIWONTE Every Friday, 8 P.'M.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

m mm A.C .PARDE E The Angeles Sercnaders on the radio have changed their time to Sunday, 7:45 p.m. Be sure to listen next Sunday night. It’s a winner. PECIALS THIS r. For that Stubborn Case of La Grippe (Flu) TRY t Pardee’s Cold Tablets.. .25c j Try Vantress Ointment 75c For that Pimply Skin—lt’s Guaranteed to Satisfy. $1.50 Hot Water Bottle.. .59c ADEX TABLETS 10D 98c The Best Cod Liver Oil Tablet Made. METALLIC-X fixes anything 35c Bring Coupon from Evening Herald and Save 10c. 25c POWDER PUFFS all colors 9c SANIKINS, sanitary napkins Doz. 19c Pardee's Ha ppy la nd -Pharmacy I yOUMITE DRIVE

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

uzjveimjvzimißisizjßnaxjiti Bakery Specials Thurs., Fri., & Sat. HOT-X-BUNS Dozen 25c Lots of Fruit and Nuts CHERRY PIES Each 19c Eastern Sour Pitted Cherries WHIP CREAM CAKES Each 25c WHIP CREAM PUFFS Each & EAGLE ROCK I BAKERY 5059 Eagle Rock Blvd. ALbany 9224 3 LARD .. IND HAMBURGER NG BEEF FEE^p ROAST BEEF jDER, whole or shank 3D LIVER HEARTS or SMALL ' CHUCK BEEF ROA a o ALBANY In* MOVING ROCK . C&L BULBd | LARGE ST. ss, Ground Round tioulder BEEF ROAS' ''ancy No. 1 AEAL ROAST Center BIRDCAGES 95c and up BREEDING CAGES.. .as low as $1.25 1 BIRD SEED Ib. 10c 3 LBS. FOR 25c GOING TO THE SNOW? CLOSE-OUT on SLEDS and $l5O ‘Bandini’ COW MANURE 4 sks $l.OO STEER MANURE 2 sks. 10. sks $ ton : sn.*o: SHEEP MANURE Per Sk $ .60 10 sks 9 $14.00 TON WAGONS—Big Special Wood Body 12x21in. - Disc Wheels Rubber Tires ONLI 79c

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Sew li AMERICA 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

Sew li AMERICA 1 Troop No. 2 Troop 2 held its regular meeting Friday evening in the troop hall During the recreation period drill teams were formed. Drill practice was a big part of the evening’s program and several new games were played. Joe Dickerson was appointed senior patrol leader, leaving an empty chair as patrol leader for the Apache patrol for which a contest is being conducted to determine which boy will be new patrol leader. Troop No. 4 1 The last meeting of troop No. 4 opened with the flag ceremony and' the scout oath. We then played a few games. Mr. Bradfield gave us an interesting talk on “Old Iron- 1 sides.” Some of the boys were at work in the cabin but came to the meeting for the close. We are happy that we won the window display contest and that the cup is ours “for keeps." We are proud of it. / Troop No. 3 7 Members of troop 3 enjoyed a{ very interesting scout meeting last Friday night at the Eagle Rock) Grammar school. Dr. R. P. Millei’/ father of one of our scou...

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HONOR CONFERED ON MRS. LAWRENCE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

HONOR CONFERED ON MRS. LAWRENCE An Interesting program of music and speaking was presented by officers and students of the SpanishAmerican Institute of Gardena, ,at a meetign of the Spanish-American auxlliaryiMohday . night at North Figueroa and Ave. 57, when Mrs. Gertude Lawrence, member of both the Spanish-Amerlcan and Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, was presented with a certificate of merit. Mrs. Lawrence was given a citation for service in organizing the auxiliary, the certificate presented by Mrs. Lillian Archer, past department president. Several members of Unity unit were present as the guests, wearing colorful costumes of Mexico, sang several numbers, accompanied by Mrs. Allen, director of music of the institute. Mrs. Allen furnished a novel number on the Russian violin, an instrument simiI liar to the regular violin, but played 1 in a manner different from that of ' the violin. Mrs. Allen explained that the Russian violin was the invention of Dr. Fisher, native of Ru...

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BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933

BIRTHDAY PARTY A birthday party was given in honor of Keth Kordenbrock’s eighth birthday recently. The color scheme carried out Was in red, white and blue. Those present were: Gene Morrosco, Barbara Goodfellow, Phoebe Mills, Barbara Spoor, Theresa Hurley, Neola Kordenbrock, Beverly Smith, Lorraine Halter, Stephen Haines, Toni Woods, Gene Here, Franklin Smith, Roy Powers, Keth Kordenbrock, Wallace Merrill, and Alfred Cook. Game? were played and refreshments served.

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