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J. H. HADDEN SPEAKS AT LEAGUE MEETING Importance of Incorporation Brought Out By Able Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
J. H. HADDEN SPEAKS AT LEAGUE MEETING Importance of Incorporation Brought Out By Able Speaker J. H. Hadden, editor of the Huntington Park Signal, favored members of the Eagle Rock Improvement League with some very enlightening remarks on incorporation at the league’s regular monthly meeting Monday night at Symphony Hall. Mr. Hadden is well informed on this subject, having been a factor in three such moves before. His elegant talk giving the pros and cons left little doubt in the minds of the audience but that incorporation is the proper thing for Eagle Rock. Huntington Park, which has been US'*'! as a source of argument againsc incorporation by a number of misinformed citizens, is one of the most successful municipalities in the state —and to say this means in the whole union. The tax rate is 7S cents and the city has no bonded indebtedness whatever. The road cax before incorporation, which, of course, is now eliminated, was 60 cents, out of which amovit only a small fraction was ac...
WOMAN’S CLUB MEETS AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Mrs. E. A. Allen and Miss Olive Siebens Hostesses for Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
WOMAN’S CLUB MEETS AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Mrs. E. A. Allen and Miss Olive Siebens Hostesses for Afternoon The regular meeting of the Womon’s Twentieth Century Club was held in the lecture room of the Congregational Church Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Charles Young, first vice-president, presiding. An interesting address on civic questions by Miss Bertha C. Moore of South Pasadena was followed by a violin solo by Miss Martha Spangler, with piano accompaniment by Miss Olive Siebins. After the meeting, tea was served by Mrs. E. A. Allen and Miss Valley Chislom hostesses, for the afternoon. An advertisement is to a merchant what sowing seed is to a farmer. It may take a little time for the result to become apparent, but they are always sure to come. The wise farmer is not sparing with bis seed, nor the wise merchant with his advertisement.
ENJOYABLE MEETING OF WOMAN WORKERS Parent-Teacher Association Held Regular Meeting Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
ENJOYABLE MEETING OF WOMAN WORKERS Parent-Teacher Association Held Regular Meeting Wednesday The Parent-Teacher Association of the Eagle Rock school held a very enjoyable meeting in the school building last Wednesday afternoon. A report from the receipts of the recent entertainment given at Symphony Hall showed the net proceeds to be $34.85 , Mrs. Gates having very generously donated the use of the hall. After the business meeting, a delightful program was rendered, which was in charge of Mrs. Werden, Miss Mary Richardson sang two charming children’s songs, “All for Sleepy Lane,” by Gage, and the “Ginger-bread Man,” by Gaynor. She was accompanied by Mrs. Hannaford. Miss Hazel Bly of the Cumnock school gave a very interesting portrayal of Mark Twaine’s dramatic sketch, “The Death Disk.” After the program refreshments were served by Mrs. Rettig and Mrs. Williams with the assistance of Lois and Ilene Rettig and Master Warren Williams. The next meeting will be held in the school buildin...
DIG GAME CAPTURED IN ADJOINING HILLS Dr. George E. Cox and Wallace Tupper Trap Many Anitnala [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
DIG GAME CAPTURED IN ADJOINING HILLS Dr. George E. Cox and Wallace Tupper Trap Many Anitnala Dr. George E. Cox and Wallace Tupper are the figures of what runs along the lines of a sensation of little less importance than the exPresident’s thrilling adventures in South Africa. Being aware of the fact that there is a plenty of game and animals in the large range of hills just north of Eagle Rock, the two adventurers set traps to capture some of the animals, meeting with surprising success. They started this practice just two weeks ago and during that time have trapped twelve wildcats, four coyotes, a number of foxes, poll-cats and numerous other varimints too numerous to mention. The University of Southern California has ordered a number of the animals which are to be stuffed and a large live wildcat was sold to Mr. Thad Lowe at Pasadena. Additional traps are being placed in various sections of the surrounding hills.
RICHARD CATES AND DOLLIE BEERS MARRY Newly Weds Will Take Up Residence at Eagle Rock [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
RICHARD CATES AND DOLLIE BEERS MARRY Newly Weds Will Take Up Residence at Eagle Rock A marriage license w,as issued Thursday, December 1, at Riverside, Cal., to Richard Harrison Cates, a native of Indiana, and Dollie Beers, a native of Missouri, both residents of Eagle Rock, where they will reside in future.
PITTSBURG’S MAYOR IS UNEXPERIENCED Magee Knows Nothing of “Spooning by Experience [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
PITTSBURG’S MAYOR IS UNEXPERIENCED Magee Knows Nothing of “Spooning by Experience “Fire any city employe caught in the act of spooning over the telephone. Fire any one who can be proved to have spooned in the past and to have charged tolls to the city..” Thus Mayor Magee of Pittsburg in a line frenzy of economical indignation spoke. The trouble with him, of course, is that he knows nothing whatever about spooning. To spoon over the telephone would be an unprecedented act of legerdemain, a miracle, an impossibility. Spooning presuppose and requires the intimate contact of nose and nose, the immediate juxtaposition of eye and eye. A man may philander, by post or wireless, across a thousand leagues of sea, and he may flirt, if his technique is sufficiently coarse, at a distance of 50 yards, but to spoon he must have the girl upon his knee and his arm around her waist and her head resting gently upon his manly shoulder. Articulate speech is abhorrent to spooning. It is a matter of coos ...
CONGREGATIONAL BAZAR A DECIDED SUCCESS Thriving Business Done at Gaily Decorated Booths [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
CONGREGATIONAL BAZAR A DECIDED SUCCESS Thriving Business Done at Gaily Decorated Booths The bazar held in the lecture room of the Congregational Church on the evening of Dec. 1 was such a success that the ladies who had it in charge are still congratulating themselves. Gaily decorated booths tilled the floor space, while the kindergarten room was converted into an inviting cafe, where under the direction of Mrs. Charles Young, dainty maids served the customers with home-made tamales, doughnuts, sandwiches, cake and ice cream. The pure food booth, in charge of Mrs. Rowland, did a thriving business, some of her mince meat going into almost every home in the valley. While the fish pond lasted it certainly proved very popular, the two poles being kept busy all the time, as well as Miss Olive Siebins, who took in the money, and Miss Elizabeth Hare, who baited the hooks. Mrs. Brewer, with the dolls, and Mrs. Chrisolm and Mrs. A. W. Hare, in the fancy work booth, disposed of almost everyth...
Church Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
Church Notes Mrs. Alfred W. H'are entertained the members of her Sunday school class at an afternoon party Wednesday, at her home on Ridgeway. • • • Rev. G. L. Miller of the Illinois M. E. conference will preach at the morning service of the Eagle Rock M. E. Church Sunday morning. Mrs. Miller will sing. • • • Mrs. Theo. Watterson wishes to announce to the residents of the valley who arc members of the Catholic Church that a house warming will be given December IS to Father O'Neal of the Glendale Catholic Church. The affair will be given to welcome Father O’Neal to the new rectory which has just been completed. It is to be held under the auspices of the Sodality Society. For the cold mornings good warm glvoes can be had at Swan’s Dry Goods Store. The Eagle Rock Drug Co. solicits business, and will make deliveries throughout the valley and Eagle Rock avenue.
DISGRACEFUL SERVICE ON THE JNUE UNE Can Run Down Darft A venue at ,’ZZ Neck-Breaking Speed [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
DISGRACEFUL SERVICE ON THE JNUE UNE Can Run Down Darft A venue at ,’ZZ Neck-Breaking Speed The service given by the Los Angeles Railway company on Eagle Rock avenue during the evening time is a disgrace to any civilized community. A complaint was recently made to the Public Utilities commission of Los Angeles, by citizens of that city, but without much result. Although greatly molested by this dangerous practice, the residents living outside of the city have no means of defense. At a speed rivaling an express train —and it is safe to add, not less than 40 miles an hour—the cars wild!) dash down the dark avenue bound for the barns. At no occasion do these careless and reckless offenders stop for the patient patrons and if they fail to get out of the way from the swiftly moving cars they are run to the ground. At times half a dozen succeeding cars go by refusing to take up passengers.. A stop should be put to this miserable and disgraceful imposition. Besides the inconveniences of wai...
PARENT-TEACHERS’ FEDERATION MEETS Eagle Rock Ladies Show Interest by Attending Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
PARENT-TEACHERS’ FEDERATION MEETS Eagle Rock Ladies Show Interest by Attending Meeting The Parent-Teachers’ Federation of Glendale and vicinity met in the Glendale Union high school building Saturday afternoon, December 3. A number of speakers v/ere present. Mrs. A. L. Hamilton, of Pasadena, state president of ihe Mothers’ Congress, gave a fine address on ‘'Character Pudding.” Her paper proved her ability and experience, and the slate is most fortunate in its choice. Mrs. Gridley, president of the Glendale Tuesday Afternoon Club, gave a synopsis of Mrs. Gilman’s lecture on “Our Brains, and What Ails Them.” A large number of Eagle ißock ladies were in attendance.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
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Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Bock, Lob Angeles Co., Calif. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Bock, Lob Angeles Co., Calif. Franklin O. Schroeder — Editor and Proprietor. Miss Elizabeth Hare—Society. —Offices — Symphony Hall Bldg., Eagle Rock Valley. Glenandale Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Subscription Price —$1.00 a year strictly in advance. Advertising rates —Display 2Sc an inch each insertion; classified Sc a line, payable on or before the tenth day of each month. —Mail Address — Box ISIA, Rural Route No. 1, Los Angeles, California Entered at the Postoffice of Los Angeles, Cal., as second class of mail matter on June 20, 1910 Communications and news items solicited. To insure publication for that week, copy must reach this office not later than Wednesday evening.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
EDITORIAL It is nice to be handsome —but it is a good deal handsomer to be nice. If a woman wants a man’s wages she should marry—then she will get them, A municapility could be run on little above the amount of road tax alone. McClure’s “Burbank Review” is becoming brighter than ever —because Burbank has now a second paper. There never was a woman but was just aching to tell some other woman how to do up her hair. The Jewel City Press, a bright, clean and newsy paper, made its first appearance on Tuesday and is a credit to both editor and printer. A Santa Ana editor broke his arm cranking his auto: Serves him right. An editor has no right to own a machine. Energy is required to accomplish anything worth while. Talents, circumstances and opportunities are useless without it. When you suspect there’s a “colored ge’man’’ in the wood pile you never need look to see if he is chopping wood. Mrs. V. G. Hosfelt this week takes over the editorship of the Highland Park Herald. Mrs. Hosfelt ha...
NO NATIONAL HOLIDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 December 1910
NO NATIONAL HOLIDAYS We have no national holidays. All the laws about holidays so far passed by Congress apply only to the District of Columbia, and to make them general the Legislatures of all the states and territories would have to sanction them. Congress has appointed special holidays now and then, and in 1894 it passed a statute making Labor Day a public holiday; but the act did not make it a national holiday, for the Legislatures of several states and territories have not provided by law for it, and it is not even observed on the same day in all the states where it has been legalized. There are various legal holidays which are almost universally observed, such as the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas. But there is no national holiday, unless Sunday may be so considered by a literal interpretation of the term “holiday” as “holy day.”