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EARTHQUAKE ONLY; DELAYS DINNER OF THIS FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

EARTHQUAKE ONLY; DELAYS DINNER OF THIS FAMILY Barbara Hazelett, of Long Beach, is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wray, of 5141 Dahlia drive. Eagle Rock, following the recent earthquake. For Mrs. Hazelett’s family the quake only delayed, but did not otherwise interfere with their dinner last Friday evening. In spite of the fact the building was of brick construction and that others around it had been destroyed, Mrs. Hazelett, after the first shock, returned to the family apartment .and cooked dinner for her family. !

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

Bakery Specials Thurs., Fri., & Sat. St. Patrick Novelties 30c doz. and 5c each Angel Food Cakes Each 18c Delicious White & Choc. Cup Cakes doz. 20c Potato Rolls doz. 10c Pineapple Cream Pies Topped with Whip Cream, Each 25c EAGLE ROCK BAKERY 5059 Eagle Rock Blvd. ALbany 9224 Mrs. A. C. Pardee, 1616 Yosemite dr.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

/ ( 3? AVt 5067 CASPAR TRANSFER EAGLE ROCK. CAL. ALBANY 171MOVING HAPPY DAYS ABE HERE AGAIN! Banks have reopened. The recent earthquake left us unharmed. Our country has a “He” man for President. —Brighter and more prosperous days are ahead. Surely we have much for which to be grateful. We, of the Eagle Rock Feed & Fuel Co. are especially thankful to the many good folks of Eagle Rock who have favored us with their patronage during the trying times of the past. We are constantly striving to merit your patronage by carrying reliable merchandise at lower than down town prices. FEEDS-SEEDS I FERTILIZERS - INSECTICIDES | PET SUPPLIES - GARDEN TOOIS COAL - WOOD - BRIQUETS

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

Spost and unit in Eagle Rock, hur- j |jrted to Patriotic hall Friday night 1 find Saturday. Contributions of

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JPIONEER STORIES FULL OF THRILLS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

JPIONEER STORIES FULL OF THRILLS f. (Eagle Rock Library Review) f Pioneer stories always are inter- . estlng to the person who loves excitement and adventure in his readling, and the books of that typ< nentioned today have already beer popular with the patrons of th< ranch. The “Land of the Saddlebags”, b3 lames Walt Raine, gives a glimpse nto the lives of the people living n the Appalachian region, introlucing their quaint customs and nethods of living. For Generations hey have been marooned on their sland of mountains, with such poor roads that they had little communication with the world beyond. The story tells about the moonlight | schools, the many feuds among ; v the mountaineers and their methods .of adjusting them and the making iof their moonshine, and is altogether a good description of one of Vthe colorful sections of our country, w“Early Candlelight” by Maud Hart IpLovelace is a story of the founding fOt St. Paul and its development (|from the littl...

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REPORT ON EARTH QUAKE RELIEF WORK ARE GIVEN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

REPORT ON EARTH QUAKE RELIEF WORK ARE GIVEN At a meeting of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, Wednesday, reports of relief, work in the earth quake area were heard, from the emergency, community service, and child welfare chairman. . I Though the community service, two truck loads of food, clothing,' and other items were gathered Sunday and Monday and tranSpor- 1 ted to Patriotic hall, the merchants! who co—operated by placing donat-' ion boxes in their stores were lauded. 1 Officers of Unity also assisted at Patriotic hall with the preparation of food and other relief worlt.

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FULL PROGRAM AT PiT.A. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

FULL PROGRAM AT PiT.A. MEETING About 75 . attended the March meeting of the Dahlia Hts. P.T.A. Mrs. Benham made an appeal for donations, since the funds are low. Mrs Bradshaw urged non-members to join, dues being only 35c a year. Prof. Prosper, of Glendale, gave' two cornet solos. j Ida May Gearhart, art supervisor of Los Angeles schools, kept her listeners entertained with her wit and humor, as well as impressing them with the need, “especially in these times,” of art in the schools, in the homes, and in every walk of life; Art, said Miss Gearhart, should b,e used in setting the table, choosing the clothes, building homes, selecting furniture, making gardens and in every occupation. I Miss Gearhart displayed a number, of pictures from each room of the I school, illustrating the progress and development of art from kindergarten age to the 6th grade. Miss Shepard, principal of Rockdale school, talked on the proposed reduction in the school budget and “the Inadvisability of economizin...

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MBS. L. S. HIGLEY WILL BE HOSTESS FOE D.A.R. MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

MBS. L. S. HIGLEY WILL BE HOSTESS FOE D.A.R. MEET J The next meeting of San Rafael Hills chapter D.A.R., Is to be held I at the home of Mrs. L. S. Higley, t of 5256 Mt. Royal drive, next Monclay afternoon. The program will ( be furnished by the General Richard Gridley chapter of Glendale, j When the local chapter met last ( Monday, at the; home of Mrs. Alfred , Tilley, one comfort was completed and with two other? the chapter had made, was sent to the earthquake area.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

NEW HOUSE PAJAMAS—For Ladies—Silk Pongee With Fancy Printed Pongee . A n ] t . (PI AC Jacket—ONLY UHly $1.30 BUTTERFIELD “PUEBLO” PRINTS—In New Patterns—Plain Colors to Match Ygf j Js(j SHEETS—Heavy Quality—No Starch Size 81x99 @ 79 c Size 72x99 @ . 69c CASES 42x36 @ ... 19c Compare the Quality and you will see how Low these are Priced. PHONE ALBANY 43i8 A NEW SERVICE FOR THE CAR OWNER WHO DOES HIS OWN WORK Brake Drum and Shoe Exchange For Fords ' - -. • ■I \ , Bring in your Brake Shoes and Bands and we will exchange them for lined ones at REASONABLE PRICES. Mrs. Wallace Todd, 4616 Alumni Ave. s** Eagle Rock Service Station r -rs 4755 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. JERRY

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

rcßisuo 3 Pounds 53c LESLIE’S SALT Del Monte RED SALMON California RICE PINEAPPLE TIDBITS ROYAL BAKING POWDER ..-.2pkgs. 15c 2 tall cans 25c 3 lbs. 10c can 5c .12-oz. 39c SUGARS PnreCane.. 5 lbs. gc W CLOTH SACK ” ” With Purchase of 4-oz. Bottle VANILLA @ 25c TILLAMOOK CHEESE .....lb. 17c NUCOA lb 10c z zz: Bi S g Lge. Pkg. Gladiator Whole Wheat Flour ..1c _ WITH PURCHASE OF -1Large 2-lb. Pkg. ROMAN MEAL @ 29c JLAAA..*. A a A -< - • ' 7 > * « ■ * T * T T T T T T T T T T T V * * « f f # f f f’ 'f f Y •y’ GRAND CENTRAL FRUIT MARKET OF EAGLE ROCK CAULIFLOWER “2‘ 2 118 - 29 c FANCY SNOWBALL— BETTER THAN EVER FANCY QUALITY ALL GREEN PIPPINS Solid Northern... .lb. ORANGES sh ®M»mg h ** M 13 c SPINACH, young, tender Bunch) LETTUCE, Arizona. Head) 1 C CARROTS, fresh Bunch) 5 lbs. BANANAS 5 lbs. Winesap APPLES In shopping bag-Val. 50c AllFor2sc

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

Patties 2 for) LITER’S PURE LARD lb.) T KFafF’s Up I Cream I Pound Kraft’s Elkhorn Tuff Cream Oregon Cheese 14c Fresh Pigs Feet I Hormel Skin. HAM Each 1c I Shank End ...lb. 9c

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

of last Friday even--1 injf *That meanf millions of dollars e3c P ended ln paying for labor aijp materials. Jpo return to the matter of the regjpenlng of the banks. Several ! cljllhges In connection with the l bOllks are to be noted. Not theletopt of these is the return of gold ab(B currency to the banks. Liter-' ally millions of dollars, that has Win in hiding, is going back into' the banks, to stimulate the flow of trade. Within a very short time 1 the banks of the country literally w)ll be bulging with money. •As for the effects which are fol- ( lofting the destruction caused by the recent earthquake, the influence win be felt throughout Southern California. Clearing away the debris and preparations for resuming business and for rebuilding already " has given work to thousands of men, many of whom had not had em-' j

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

( been hoarding. Not only that but 1 there are penalties for those who fail to get the idea. As a matter of fact from Washington it is an- 1 i Pounced that the government can j assess a penalty of double the' amount of the gold hoarded. As an' i example we have been told of an I i Individual, in Los Angeles, who the i day before the Los Angeles bank 1 ’ holiday, drew from a bank $40,000 1 in gold, and no doubt he placed) ( the money in a safe deposit box, or possibly in a safe at his office or! . home. As much as he apparently 1 loves money he would find it rather i painful to have to give up an additional $40,000. One of the things that has had no small part in handicapping business and In increasing the acuteness of the depression that has lasted since October, 1929, has been the action of the hoarders, the heavy withdrawals from the banks

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

t improvement Is one that is very > i badly needed, to relieve the “bottlc- • neck" on east and west bound traf- ■ lie by way of Colorado Blvd., to rei duce traffic dangers, and to Im- ■ ■ prove the grade on .the three or i four blocks of this main artery. 1 1 Besides the need of the improve- • | tnent Is the fact that the present ; | paving on El Modena is nearly worn 1 1 out. It will last but a short time 1 1 more. It already has been repeatedly patched, and again It is going ’| to pieces. Either the street must ( be improved, or the pavement must be repaired. The latter would be only a make-shift, a temporary Job and a needless expense, until such time as the street is improved according to the original program. Here is an improvement all provided for and held up by failure to sell a small block of bonds.

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—LINT— By J. G. It. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

—LINT— By J. G. It. If we thought this would just be wasted effort we wouldn’t oblige you lucky people by writing this column this week, but we’ll join with the optimists and believe that the next severe quake won’t come for 50 years. * I By that time, we hope to have perfected a dwelling that is quake proof, or else moved to a place where the shocks don't come. , Meantime, business as usual. Now that -the banks are open—- • A student of astronomy here in Eagle Rock six weeks ago predicted the earthquake at Compton and Long Beach. He prophesied that the quake would take in just the area it did, and that it would happen before the 20th of March. So it is said. We’re' hoping to find that man,

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933

Sager's Stationery ft Gift Shop 2167 Colorado Bird. Eagle Rock, California S-A Thursday, March 16, 1933 No. 6 DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN ar ndships. Keep your friendships •Hg by many little contacts. n too busy to write send a Now as never before keep PLAYING CARDS friendships in repair. They p e f Deck one of your greatest assetsa card. A new shipment of playing eards in snappy new designs good boxes, doubles anc singles. laying cards 25 c Eagle Rock's Kodak Service Station. S ewriters rented 3 mos. $5.00 -STjlfpev 11 Never before was any country so well equipped to go forward a America is today. What you and we make ot Inc future rests with you and us as individuals. LET’S GO FORWARD A . Modem Circulating Library. Newest Books 3c ■uj»y

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