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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
Sunset Glendale 1613 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips iiindc through Eagle Rock twice a week Best Work E. H. Howard, Mgr. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore ami Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 38417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East 880. Home 39314. Office, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of the Eagle Rock Avenue car line Phone East 2217 Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 107 S. Ave. .4, Garvanza Home 39077 East 125 Sunset Glendale 2243 Home 944 Thompson Plumbing Co. W. O. Thompson Repair Work a Specialty. Estimates Furnished. 808 4th street Glendale, Cal. East 2563 Estimates Furnished HENRY NASH CARPENTER &amp; BUILDER Additions—Alterations—R...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
Local Events Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bailey will spend the holidays in the valley. Dr. J. M. Spangler is having the exterior of his residence on Castle avenue painted. The County Highway Commission made a speedy trip through the valley on Wednesday. Both attendance and interest are increasing in the services at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Harry L. Rhodes has returned home from a six weeks’ visit with relatives in the East. ’ Rev. and Mrs. I. R. Lovejoy will spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crete at Pasadena. Miss Eliza Loejoy will spend part of her Christinas vacation with her sister, Mrs. Woodward, at Ramona. Mr. S. E. Rice of Escondido spent a few days in the city and also visited Rev. and Mrs. I. R Lovejoy in the valley. Mr. Cormack of Fresno is the guest of his mother, at her home in Mayfair Park. He will remain during the holidays. Miss Bessie Cowan of Los Angeles will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cowan of Ridgeway avenue during the holidays. J. C. Wight of Los Angeles...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
Snnaet Glendale 2011 Horn* 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OS NIGHT LADT ATTENDANT Phones: Bast 11 Home 39272 uk Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. f Highland Park Bed or Yellow Garvanza Car to Avenue 61. Printing Orders! “It’s a Question of Quality” Delivered Correctly Delivered Promptly “Sentinel” Job Department • Symphony Hall Bldg. Eagle Rock Valley ■ I Eagle Rock Drug Co. Central and Colorado Christmas Suggestions Cigars by the Box—--12 Y. B. Perfectos $l.OO 25 Y. B. Perfectos 2.00 25 Y. B. Leaflets 1.05 25 Y. &amp; B. Panetellas $1.05 12 Lord Lycton 50 25 Spana Cuba 1.05 12 Ruy Lopez Ramilletes.. 1.00 Hot Water Bottles BSe to $275 Collapsible Drinking Cups Celluloid Soap Boxes 25c-35: Hand Mirrors 25c to $1.25 Perfumes Toilet Waters Sachet Powders Tooth Brush Holders Christmas Stickers Christmas Gift Cards Magazines Subscriptions to Magazines Box St...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
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GREAT MOVE TAKEN TO ADVERM VALLEY Opportunities and Advantages tp Be Brought Before Home Seekers [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
GREAT MOVE TAKEN TO ADVERM VALLEY Opportunities and Advantages tp Be Brought Before Home Seekers As stated in a previous issue of the “Sentinel” the rates for display advertising in these columns are to be raised on the first of January, 1911. It is the intention of the publisher to print several hundred extra copies of each issue for free distribution among outsiders; to place the advantages of one of the most progressive and fast developing communities in the South before them in the proper light. The paper will be handsomely illustrated with half-tones and printed on a fine quality of heavy book paper. Correspondents from environ territories have been secured and articles on various subjects will be especially written for the “Sentinel” by writers of repute. The “Sentinel” has shown a disposition to render material assistance in this work of advertising Eagle Rock, but it should not be expected to furnish all the funds for that purpose. The people themselves must do their part. I...
TO PLANT SHADE TREES ALONG AVENUE Residents Circulating Petition for Free Mail Delivery [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
TO PLANT SHADE TREES ALONG AVENUE Residents Circulating Petition for Free Mail Delivery Steps will soon be taken by the Eagle Rock Avenue Improvement Association to plant acacia or magnolia trees along the avenue from the city limits to the present terminus of the avenue car line. Other improvements were also discussed at the regular meeting Tuesday evening. The improving of Mahantonga Way will also soon be decided upon. A petition asking the postoffke authorities for free city delivery in Annandale Valley, which is now quite .thickly populated, will be circulated . among residents of this section and presented to the proper officers in the near future.
GARRETT AGAIN SHOWS GREAT GENEROSITY Each of Eight Conductors and Motormen Given Christmas Gift [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
GARRETT AGAIN SHOWS GREAT GENEROSITY Each of Eight Conductors and Motormen Given Christmas Gift L. R. ,'iarrett, one of the most prominent residents of the Valley, who is at the head of everything that aids in Eagle Rock’s progress and the first to give and to help any cause, has again shown his generosity among the employes of the Los Angeles Railway on the Eagle Rock line. Mr. Garrett has presented each of eight conductors and motormen on this line a fine hat as a Christmas gift for which they have especially asked the “Sentinel” to extend him an additional vote of thanks. In fact, all of the residents who are extended such courteous treatment from the car crews, have been generous this Christmas in making pres ents to show their appreciation.
REGULAR MEETING OF 20TH CENTURY CLUB Paper on “The Valley Beautiful” Is Read by Mrs. James Gates [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
REGULAR MEETING OF 20TH CENTURY CLUB Paper on “The Valley Beautiful” Is Read by Mrs. James Gates The regular meeting of the Women’s Twentieth Century Club was held Thursday afternoon in the Congregational church. Mrs. James Gates, who has lived for many years in the Valley read a very fine paper on “The Valley Beautiful.” Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. A. Dunn, and Mrs. F. K. Schrietoer. Tea was served during the social hour. Charming in all its appointments was the Christmas party at which Mrs. Fine and Mrs. Nettie Smith were hostesses at their cosy bungalow on Acacia street last Monday evening. The decorations, in keeping with the holiday season, were especially pretty. In the living room great bunches of fir and red geraniums were used in the corners, from which garlands of rose vines and geraniums were caught in a huge bunch of peppers and berries, surrounding a Christmas bell, in the center of the ceiling. In the dining room, branches of orange, with the fruit, were arti...
INCORPORATION DELAYED ONTIL NEAR FUTURE Important Project Seems to Have No Visible Opposition [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
INCORPORATION DELAYED ONTIL NEAR FUTURE Important Project Seems to Have No Visible Opposition At the regular meeting of the county supervisors which was held at Los Angeles last Tuesday the Eagle Rock incorporation question was slightly touched upon. Attorney L. R. Darrett faithfully appeared before the board in order to watch the progress of the petition but the matter was laid over until next Tuesday, January 3rd, and will not be finally decided upon until the result of the Glendale annexation election is officially announced. There seems to be no opposition to organizing Eagle Rock as a municipality and the energetic promoters ■may rest assured that friend Garrett with the aid of the balance of the committee is doing all in his power to bring about the result so enthusiastically desired by the overwhelming majority of our residents. The delay, which is consequent to the Glendale project, does not at all discourage the optimistic promoters who are so eagerly working for the develo...
HOME TEAM LOSES TWO BIG BATTLES Harris and Frank Team Brings Along Pretty Girls in Picture Hats [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
HOME TEAM LOSES TWO BIG BATTLES Harris and Frank Team Brings Along Pretty Girls in Picture Hats The Eagle Rock Baseball Team met the Diamond-White Sox in a game at the baseball grounds on Sycamore avenue, last Sunday, and if reports are true, it is sledge hammers our boys should 'have been equipped with instead of bats. Those White Sox were simply the limit. They won the game—the score was 9 to 2, but it wasn’t much of a victory as most of the home team were celebrating Xmas —far from the scene—and the substitutes were not in very good playing shape. On Monday the Harris &amp; Frank nine from Los Angeles entered the sacred precincts of the Valley for a game with the Eagle Rock nine. With the air of conquerors the Harris &amp; Frank men took up their positions —their air was haughty—their manner patronizing—the beautiful Xmas sun seeing no further need of its services, quietly withdrew behind a cloud. Alas—where were the feminine rooters for the home team — probably g...
GOOD ENTERTAINMENT AT M. E. CHURCH Sunday School Children Give Eloquent Program Saturday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
GOOD ENTERTAINMENT AT M. E. CHURCH Sunday School Children Give Eloquent Program Saturday Evening A very enjoyable Christmas entertainment was given by the Methodist Sunday School last Saturday evening. Mr. James Robertson, superintendent of the Sunday School, had charge of the program in which all the participants acquitted themselves very creditably. The recitation, "Toptoe, Tiptoe Off to Bed,” by Avis Spangler, Esther Kolbc, Frances Oderlin and Thelma Sheets was very well received by the audience. The decorations were very pretty. A huge Christmas tree, bearing many fruits, represented the Tree of Life. After the program, presents were distributed to the children. Apples and candy were given to all present.
QUAINT CELEBRATION OF TWELFTH NIGHT CUSTOMS Proceeds Are For Benefit of Club House Fund [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
QUAINT CELEBRATION OF TWELFTH NIGHT CUSTOMS Proceeds Are For Benefit of Club House Fund A celebration of the quaint old Twelfth Night customs will take place in Eagle Rock on Friday, January 6th, at the residence of Mrs. Mary A. Hickson in Mayfair Park. The entertainment will be given as one of a series for the benefit of the club house fund of the Twentieth Century Chfb and will embody all the old time “high jinks” and festivities of the ancient customs. Tickets for the occasion may be had at twenty-five cents each of the Club Members Committee, consisting of the following: Mrs. Godfrey Edwards, chairman; Mrs. W. J. Cook, Mrs. Will Werdin, Mrs. Frank Richardson, Mrs. F. C. Eckert, Mrs. Frederick Hannaford, Miss Mary Richardson, Mrs. Goss, Mrs. Clifford Mead, Mrs. Mary A. Hickson, Miss Frances Rodgers, and Mrs. Fred W. Schneider.
UMKESIffEIS HBiKnmn Entertainment at Congregational Church a Huge Success [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
UMKESIffEIS HBiKnmn Entertainment at Congregational Church a Huge Success The largest audience ever assembled in Eagle Rock Valley greeted the children of the Congregational Sunday school, last Friday night, when the Cantata, “Christmas With the Toymakers,” was presented toy them. So well did the children carry out their parts that they were the recipients of repeated encores. Too much cannot be said of the ability of the twelve boys who took the part of the toymakers, who opened the first scene -with a rollicking chorus. Miss Frances Werdin was pleasing as Santa’s Messenger. Little Lois Garrett, as "Happy Thought,” picturesquely costumed in a filmy green dress, and tall thinking cap, made a decided hit, when after singing a pretty little song she summoned a flock of beautiful snow birds, who offered in a cheery song to help make the Xmas toys. In many respects the most beautiful feature of the evening was the appearance of the little startoeams, composed of the tiniest tots in the ...