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P.T.A. MEET HAS M VARIED PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
P.T.A. MEET HAS M VARIED PROGRAM Following its regular board meeting, members of the Eagle Rock grammar school P.T.A. enjoyed an interesting session in the school auditorium with Mrs. Paul R. Queen, president of the Highland! council, as speaker. Mrs. Queen j paid tribute to the founders of the ( P.T.A. and of mothers clubs which! were organized before the P.T.A. became a national organization. | Miss Dorothy Hopkins, director of Yosemite playground, told of the various classes in physical recreation and other departments of the playground. Reports of committees were heard and a nominating com- ( mittee was selected, composed of the following: Mrs. Ralph J. Sapper, 1 chairman; Mrs. Wm. O. Bonelli, Mrs. Harry Segavske, Mrs. O’Kell a - id C. W. Preston, school principal. At 10 o’clock Tuesday morning the class in parental education was coo* ducted by Mrs. Ray Gardiner. Mr. McLain, of the bureau of marital relations, Los Angeles, tatted on “Two in a Family.” Members of the class enjoye...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
Sun Goshi BEN OKUBO. Manager Free Delivery 1576 Colorado CL. 69114 Specials—Thurs., Fri., and Sat., Feb. 23 —24—25 U. S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES 20 ,bs - 25 c K Best Baking FANCY LARGE NEWTON PIPPIN * * Best Cooking and Eating SWEET JUICY ARIZONA QRAPEFRUIT 17 forage LARGE SWEET NAVEL ORANGES 4 doz -25 c For Table and Juice SWEET SPANISH ONIONS 11 k 10 1 LARGE SOLID HEAD LETTUCE 5 10° LARGE CRISPY WELL BLEACHED CELERY 4 sUlks lo° SELECTED FANCY BANANA IQUASH lb. 1c 'EET. LARGE BUNCH /ARROTS 1‘
Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
ICL.LV WS and UTI Q N V"S/ IT M OUT W AST CGrocery prices except butter, effective from Fri., Feb. 24, through and including Tues., Feb. 28, in all stores within 35 miles of Los Angeles. BUTTER FANCY PER LB. 18c La France at Safeway and Sunset Gold at Piggly Wiggly. Limit 2 pounds. X CORNED 12-OZ. 1 1 r IjljDO X 9 beef tin X Libby’s cooked, compressed corned beef, tender and delicious. Limit + tins. DEL MONTE O TINS C. Qm for U' /V T Tf*TP DEL MON 11 9A U vCI TOMATO QM FOR J'Del Monte’s famous tomato sauce —adds a zest to all meat dishes. Limit 4 tins DOG FOOD sss s4c Strongheart dog food, made from selected beef No. 1 tin. Limit 6 ti ri ATPirm3 1 maxwell o*t £* r JBiJCI HOUSE—LB. W 1 Maxwell House, a blend of finest coffees, kept “Vita-fresh” .h vacuum ti JELL-WELL P.L. 14 HOUSE—LB. M C Maxwell House, a blend of finest coffees, kept “Vita-fresh” .h vacuum tins PKGS. 14C Choice of Jell-well, the gelatin, or Jiffy Lou, milk dessert in variety of flavors CEREAL 1 Qr 24-OZ. X if l Rals...
N. Figueroa Levy Protest Signed by Hundreds Mass Meeting of 500 Marks Fight Opening [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
N. Figueroa Levy Protest Signed by Hundreds Mass Meeting of 500 Marks Fight Opening About 500 property owners interested in protesting the proposed assessment for the N. Figueroa opening, attended a mass meeting Saturday night. Virtually all of them signed the formal petitions drawn up by the joint committees of the Chamber of Commerce and the Tax-payers’ league. Dr. M. M. Null, acting as chairman of the evening, explained that the protest petitions, ready for signatures, related to property within the old corporate city limits of Eagle Rock. The petition, embodying nine main objections to the levy, was read by R. E. Wilson, of the Bank of America. Outstanding among objections listed was the point that property much nearer the N. Figueroa improvement is assessed at the same rate as that in Eagle Rock; that the improvement is not a public necessity; "that there will be no benefit to said Eagle Rock property.” . I Lawrence Johnson, representing ! Occidental college and the board of | ...
Kiwanis Party For Ladies Is Notable Event [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
Kiwanis Party For Ladies Is Notable Event One of the outstanding parties In the history of the Eagle Rock Kiwanis club was held Friday evening at the Masonic Temple, when Ladies Night was observed. With nearly all of the Kiwanians attending, accompanied by wives and daughters, there were in addition a large num- j ber of guests, invited by the members. Starting with the serving of dinner at 7 o'clock, the evening's program was a crowded one, lasting until midnight. At the dinner and I early part of the program immed- j lately following, President Glen; Bollinger presided. Later he turn- I ed the gavel over to Jerry Boltin- ; house, chairman of the program committee, as master of ceremonies, a position he filled energetically and enthusiastically. *’ The party was in observance of . Washington's anniversary, and the decorations and program took on a tone in keeping, including a, short historical talk by Mrs. Mary Piske, flßng~Eime meffllber of the D.A.R., and a patriotic song by Larr...
High Place for Eagle Rock Nan [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
High Place for Eagle Rock Nan Olindo R. Angelillo, 32-year-old ■contractor, of 3281 Romulus drive, at the line between Eagle Rock and Glendale, is slated for a high place in the new national administration, it is learned. According to information to the Eagle Rock Advertiser, he is to be appointed an undersecretary in either the department of commerce or interior. Mr. Angelillo left about a week ago for Washington, D. C., in connection with his appointment and also to attend the inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt as president next Saturday. While Mr. Angelillo had been a prominent contractor and builder in this district for several years, it was not until last summer, about the time of the national democratic convention, that he came into any political prominence Following, Roosevelt’s nomination he stepped Into prominence as a campaigner for the democratic ticket, making many speeches throughout Southern California in support of the democratic ticket. His work was largely among ...
OPEN LETTER TO EDW. L. THRASHER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
OPEN LETTER TO EDW. L. THRASHER HON. EDW. L. Thrasher, Councilman 14th District, Los Angeles. Dear Sir: It appears from the inclosed clipping that efforts of business men and other interested parties have at last prevailed in an effort to obtain relief from storm waters, in the section localized at the intersection of Colorado and Eagle Rock Boulevards without direct expense to them. You, I and all of us will of course bear the expense in the form of taxes one way or another. While it is recognized that extention of this project covering ! the above section is highly necesj sary, it is well to call attention to ■ the fact that other sections are in as great need for such relief as well. I refer in particular to the sections embracing the entire length of J Yosemite drive and Chickasaw Ave.l where run off waters make it prac- 1 tically impossible for children to' get to school or pedestrians to move about without extreme dis--1 comfort and danger, to say nothing! of property damage c...
ARROYO SECO BRIDGE SEES ITS 41st SUICIDE; PASADENA MAN VICTIM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
ARROYO SECO BRIDGE SEES ITS 41st SUICIDE; PASADENA MAN VICTIM The 41st suicide from the Colorado street bridge over the Arroyo Seco, in Pasadena, occured Friday afternoon when Robert Sterling, 41, a grocer, of 1301 Elizabeth street, Pasadena, leaped to the pavement 175 feet below. A letter the man left said financial difficulties caused his act. He is survived by his widow and a brother, Dr. Daniel Sterling. The last previous suicide from the bridge was that of Mrs. Clara Lindlcy, of San Bernardino. ******
Art Exhibit to Offer Greatly Varied Display [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
Art Exhibit to Offer Greatly Varied Display Eagle Rock is to be well represented in the 10th District P.-T.A. Art Exhibit, to be held at Spark-j letts auditorium March 3. Many, have signified their intention of. bringing entries. There will bej everything on exhibit from breakfast biscuits to “depression” flowers. One of the most Interesting exhibits yet promised will be Miss May Wilson’s collection of Mexican curios and art objects. Miss Wilson j who has travelled widely and lectured before many women's clubs, will give an explanatory talk regarding her exhibit. In the photography section, collections by several amateurs will be entered. Dr. Montrose Burrows will show a reproduction of cloud groups which are shortly to be published in an eastern magazine. The more practical arts of homemaking—the prime-moving factors which satisfy the cravings of the "inner man" —are to have a place of ranking importance in the exhibit. Biscuits, cakes, pies, canned fruits and vegetables, jellies a...
CHRISTENSON IS BUYER OF STORE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
CHRISTENSON IS BUYER OF STORE I The Yosemite market, at 1865 j Yosemite drive, has been purchased 1 by N. Christenson, from L. Utness, | and t heformer took over the management of the business last week. Mr. and Mrs. Christenson have moved to 4875 La Roda Ave. The new owner of the Yossmite market has been in the market business for about 25 years, a number of years of the time in Los Angeles district, and is thoroughly acquainted with all departments. Mr. and Mrs. Christenson will have charge of the grocery and produce departments, while A. Moburg, who has been in the meat department : for several months, will remain in [charge of that department.
John Bell Hit By Auto While Crossing Colo. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
John Bell Hit By Auto While Crossing Colo. John Bell, of 5129 Mount Royal, drive,, well known real estate man [ of Eagle Rock, was run down and seriously injured at the intersection of Colorado and Eagle Rock Blvds., about 8 o'clock Saturday evening. Mr. Bell, who is about 60 years old, suffered the breaking of his right ( leg and severe bruises and cuts. I Police are investigating the acci- 1 dent, and Saturday morning had not determined whose car had struck Mr. Bell. A car. No. 5P722, owned and driven by Robert D. McCullock, of 5254 Argus drive, was claimed by j R. W. Weiler, of 607 N. Plymouth St.„ to have struck Mr. Bell. Mr. | Weiler, who was passing at the time, followed McCullock to a service station farther east on Colorado and told him his car had struck a man. McCullock returned to the scene,, but stated Weilar was mistaken. , Others stated the accident was ! caused by another car, and that the [driver had gone on without stop--1 Ping. j Mr. Bell was crossing Colorado Blvd...
SCHOOL PROBLEMS TO BE DISCUSSED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
SCHOOL PROBLEMS TO BE DISCUSSED ! Pate of the physical education and kindergarten departments of the public schools, in the night of proposed measures before the state legislature, will be the subject for discussion at a meeting of the I women’s committee on public eduj cation, Tuesday night at the hon\e 1 j of the chairman, Mrs. Lewis Reed,' ,2474 Ridgeview Ave. | Each member of the committee.. i which is made up of members 1 from various civic organizations, is asked to bring at least one other I person to the meeting, and an invitation to men active .in the Taxpayers league. Chamber of Com-; merce, and Kiwanis clubs is also, extended. Two speakers are to be , heard, one to speak on the physical I education and the other on kinder - 1 garten problems. Much data has: I been gathered by the committee and will be given out to committee members. Both sides of the questions involved are to be discussed and several prominent residents to be in opposition to the committee’s attitude are ...
SIGN UP N. FIGUEROA PROTEST PETITION AT OFFICE OF ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
SIGN UP N. FIGUEROA PROTEST PETITION AT OFFICE OF ADVERTISER Copies of the petition of protest against the North Figueroa assessments in Eagle Rock will be on hand at the office of the Eagle Rock Advertiser, 1630 Colorado Blvd., where they may be signed by property owners who desire to enter their protest against the proposed levy of $7.50 or more against each 50-foot lot in the community. Those who desire to sign the petitions should bring their assessment notice cards so they will have full description of their property, which must be on the petitions.
Work Given 50 Men Registered In Eagle Rock [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
Work Given 50 Men Registered In Eagle Rock More than 50 Eagle Rock men, registered at the local Chamber of Commerce under the county stabilization plan, will go to work this morning on street construction on the Arroyo Seco driveway in Highland Park. This was announced officially the last of the week, when notices were sent out to Chas. A. Butler, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, to be forwarded to the men drawn. The work is secured by this group of men under the county stabilization plan, in effect during the last year, and under which some 500 men have registered at the Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce. They will be given work on the Arroyo Seco drive as one of the work projects developed for this means of aiding the unemployed. In all a total of 315 men have secured employment, for limited time blit bringing in some money, since the registration was inaugurated in Eagle Rock. Had it not been for the registration these men would not have secured the work, as those for the jobs ...
LUTHERAN CHURCH LENTEN SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
LUTHERAN CHURCH LENTEN SERVICES Eagle Rock Lutheran church, at, Maywood and Chickasaw’, in accordance with its custom, will hold a series of mid-week services on Wednesday evenings during Lent. I These services will begin this week, j on Ash Wednesday, and continue j until Holy Week. In Holy Week the midweek service will be held on. Good Friday instead of Wednesday. The pastor. Rev. A. J. Bueltmann will preach a series of sermons with the general theme “Lent’s 1 Compelling Questions.” The first of | the series, entitled “What will ye j give me?” will be Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock. At this service the ( vested choir will sing "In the Cross of Christ I Giory,” by J. A. Parks, j The Easter Sunrise service, con- j ducted by the Lutheran churches j on Silverwood hills here,, will be held again this year, it was decided at a meeting of the association promoting these services, held last 'week.
Children Enjoy Ironsides Visit [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
Children Enjoy Ironsides Visit It was a wildly enthusiastic group of more than 30 youngsters from the Eagle Rock school which visited the U. S. S. Constitution Thursday afternoon as the guests of the Eagle Rock Kiwanis club. Transportation of the boys and girls was arranged by Jerry Alexander, and machines were furnished by several Kiwanians and the Wynn Chevrolet company. The expedition, which left, the Eagle Rock Service Station at 1 o'clock, mingled with the tohusands who visited the ship Thursday and encountered many individual groups of Eagle Rock school pupils chaperoned by adults. Two adults were in each of the Kiwanis cars. Today, is the time set for the visit of Rockdale school children, and Tuesday, March 7 is the day for Eagle Rock junior and senior high schools. A shortened session of the high school will allow the j afternoon free for the purposes.