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Page 15 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

8 Real Estate SPECIALS 6-rm home, near Hill drive, blocks to car. two Only $2900 —Terms 6-room and sleeping porch. Lot 55x163, mi La Roda, near Hill drive. Only $3700 —Terms You cannot afford to rent at these prices. INSURANCE NOTARY Scholfield & Sheppard 1622 Colorado Blvd. AL. 8223 $3500 $3500 Modern stucco, 5 rooms, one block north of Blvd., among fine homes. You will be proud to own this home. Terms. F. S. ROSS 1586 Colorado AL. 11 For Sale 'FOR SALE—R. I. Baby Chix $.OB. Also setting eggs. 2259 ‘Fair Park Avenue. CL. 67807. It2c FOR SALE—Decker & Son Piano. Rose wood case. Looks like new. Call 1307 Cedar Edge Ave. CL. 1315. It2p NEW AND USED FURNITURE Wedgewood Range, baked enamel, like new, $9.50. Occidental Range a dandy, nearly all white enamel, $14.50. Wardrobe trunk, $6.50. Electric washer, copper tub, $19.50. ‘ lui'ieU *SSt —$9.50. Davenport table, $2.00. Overstuffed love seat, $9.50. Linoleum per sq. yd. 39c and 49c. Reflnishlng or Upholstering. L...

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

WINDOW SHADE HOSPITAL Repairing Our Specialty DRAPERIES ALTERATIONS SLIP COVERS AWNINGS RECOVERED 6 Years in Eagle Rock 2140 COLORADO BLVD. Upstairs over Eagle Rock Hdwr. G. H. SCHNEIDER CO. Phone: ALbany 5627 PLUMBING SERVICE * 9 * Wc Guarantee Best of | T * Workmanship on Any Job * I WATEn HEATERS | w _ i V * All makes sold, installed X *** A * or repaired. * PHONE ALbany 4472 H.E. Billingsley * 1547 Fairpark Ave.

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FAMILY AIDED BY GENEROUS FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

FAMILY AIDED BY GENEROUS FOLKS To the people of Eagle Rock, who answered an appeal In the Eagle Rock Advertiser on behalf of Mrs. H. M. Herbuck and her four boys, whose home was burned recently, j and gave clothing, household goods, and " money towards establishing the family In other quarters, thanks are extended, not only by the family, but by the welfare workers, F, Pargellis and Mrs.Eunlce Picelich, who made the appeal. The family received donations of clothing, bedding, cooking utensils, and an annonymous donation of $5.00, as well as two $1 gifts. Although a few more things would be useful, including floor coverings and either a dresser or chest of drawers, the family has been provided for in a quite satisfactory manner, It is reported,

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– ■ i ' ii m-i TF3" ' [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

- ■ i ' ii m-i TF 3 " ' TROOP NO. 1 ( Last Friday we had an interesting meeting. After we attended to j troop business, each patrol gave a short skit. Jr. Asst. Scout-Master, Don Elvrum gave a talk on the | “Pine Tree Patrol." This patrol is the boys who show exceptional in-! terest in scouting. There will be new boys in this patrol every two months, thus giving those boys who worked hard a chance to achieve this goal. Scoutmaster Decker hopes to instaU the patrol immed- lately. He gave a talk on the summer camp, and urged all to attend. Troop No. 2 Troop No. 2 held its regular meeting Friday evening. Plans were discussed for the camp Friday, the first for 1933. Scoutmaster Clark ur3fe every scout tc go. The scout bus will pick up ai: scouts of troop 2 Friday at 4:35 p.m at the First Presbyterian church. ! Several interesting games were 1 played and contests In knot tylnf were held. 1 Bob Clark was appointed Junioi Assistant Scoutmaster. As yet the 'new patrol leader for the Apache ...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

Sun Goshi BEN OKUBO, Manager * j Free Delivery 1576 Colorado CL. 69114 Specials—Thurs., Fri., and Sat., Mar. 2 3 4 U. S. NO. i SELECTED IDAHO RUSSET P0TAT0E5.......21 25 c “SHIMA” FANCY BEST BURBANK Eagle nock Bird SajMgajl Cleaned, Ki.ii.njH.. onic for the Ills of the - LARGE CRISPY SWEET CELERY 4 10* SNOWY WHITE LARGE HEAD CAULIFLOWER . Each gc FRESH GREEN SOLID HEAD CABBAGE M l‘

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

PSGGLY WrCCLV and s oiSrßinuTiON without w/v s t r Grocery prices except butter, effective from Fri., Mar. 3, through and including Tues., Mar. 7, in all stores within 35 miles of Los Angeles. BUTTER KS £Bc La France or Sunset Gold. Sold only with 50c purchase of oilier groceries. CORN MONTE T?N 8c Del Monte cream style Country Gentleman corn. Nationally advertised quality. COFFEE i-u?™ 31c I The famous M.J.8., a favorite for many years. Each tin is “safety-sealed”. DEPENDABLE OBe» \s\JJr Mr JCfIJCI 1-LB. TIN Mll c {Everything you want in coffee-flavor, aroma and strength. A quality blend.. AIRWAY PER°POUND 19c Airway, a mild, mellow Santos blend. Ground to your order when you buy it. HOMINY &S3ES 7c Plump, giant kernels of Stokely’s hominy—made only from premium corn. STOKELY’S NO. 2 fi r SLICED TIN IT* Tender young beets, deep red in color; delicious flavor. Enamel-lined tins. GINGER if '' Large doll-house free with each dozen bottles. Plus bottle deposit of sc\each. N...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

Advertiser A Community News and Shopping Digest Vol. 5; ; No. 72. 1620 Colorado Blvd. ALbany 2068 Monday, March 6, 1933 Eagle Rock, Calif. Published Monday and Tkursday

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Extend Bank Holiday--Scrip Is To Be Issued THREE DAYS ADDED TO CLOSED PERIOD; EXPECT OPENING THURS. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

Extend Bank Holiday--Scrip Is To Be Issued THREE DAYS ADDED TO CLOSED PERIOD; EXPECT OPENING THURS. .California banking holiday, which began last Thursday morning, has been extended by proclamation ol Governor James Rolph, jr., for three days more, today, Tuesday and Wednesday. With the reopening of the bants of Los Angeles Clearing House certificates will be placed in circulation, in lieu of currency, it is expected. Printing presses in the large downtown shops have been working overtime since Saturday printing the certificates ,or scrip, to be ready with a sufficient supply when the banks are permitted to reopen. These were the developments of the week-end in the banking situation in this district and in the state. Extension of the holiday for three days more was due to failure to reach agreement upon legislation to meet the situation that made necessary the holiday in California, and by the national situation that caused similar holidays in all states. Everything points to a deci...

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Jessup Favors Building Storm Drains in E. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

Jessup Favors Building Storm Drains in E. R. Promise that the Eagle Rock Blvd. storm drain project would receive his support when the resolutions passed by the city council Wedensday, are brought up before the Board of Supervisors, was made Friday by Supervisor Roger Jessup, in a conference with representatives Of the Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce and other business men, it is announced. The conference took place in Mr. Jessup's office with Supervisor Gray and Councilman E. L. Thrasher present. Attention to the need for this proposed storm drain and for similar relief for the Yosemite drive district, was called by the Eagle Rock Advertiser in January following the heavy rain storms and the resultant floods. Details pertaining to the Eagle Rock Blvd. storm drain and its construction were discussed by those attending the conference Friday, with H. A. Lawson, president of the Chamber of Commerce, acting as spokesman. Need for a similar down Yosemite drive to connect with the one termi...

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CLUB WILL HEAR BROUGHER, WARDE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

CLUB WILL HEAR BROUGHER, WARDE ■'Do You Think, or Just Think You Think” will be the subject of the luncheon talk to be given by Rev. James Whitcomb Brougher, pastor of the Glendale Baptist church, before the Women’s 20th Century club next Thursday noon. The afternoon program is expected to be one of inspiration and interest, for it brings Dr. Frederick Warde, Internationally known Shakespearin actor. Dr. Warde will give some of his best characterizations which never fail to charm his audience.

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* FOR ALL EAGLE ROCK * [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

FOR ALL EAGLE ROCK Eagle Rock Advertiser, * Mr. C. Denzil McClure, Publisher. Dear Sir: Thank you for publishing my letter to Councilman Thrasher regarding the storm drain matter that appeared in this days’ issue. You are also to be commended for your timely editorial “For All Eagle Rock”— l sincerely hope that our people will take this title for a slogan, band together in one great association, and work together for the good of our entire community, Yours sincerely, RAY S. MINTON.

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Camera Fiends Club Officers Are Selected [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

Camera Fiends Club Officers Are Selected The Foothill Pictorialists, new club composed of camera enthusiasts of the foothill communities from Glendale to Monrovia, met Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Swinnerton, 2314 Las Collnas Ave., Eagle Rock, and completed formal organization. For president, James Giridlian, 884 South Marengo Ave., Pasadena, was elected. He has been a camera enthusiast practically all his life and is well qualified to direct the activities of the new organization. Kenneth T. Swinnerton is the vice-president. He also is a lifetime camera "fiend,'’ especially interested in artistic portraiture. Hortense Kreiser, 1235 Cedaredge Ave., Eagle Rock, was unanimously chosen for secretary, and Dorothy Fulton, 5334 Ellenwood Dr., Eagle Rock, was elected treasurer. All of the officers, much interested in success of, the new club, have attended every meeting since the initial one was called at the Eagle Rock library Jan. 27 by Curtis H. Sherwood of 37...

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DELAY SCHOOL OPENING A WEEK AND $575,000 SAVED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

DELAY SCHOOL OPENING A WEEK AND $575,000 SAVED That there are many ways to accomplish savings has been demonstrated by the board of education. Among the savings effected last year was postponing the opening date of school one week. This one week, in which there were two holidays, Labor Day and Admission Day, would have cost the taxpayers $575,000. By waiting until the following Monday, Sept. 12, a saving of more than half a million dollars was achieved.

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Eagle Rock Is | United Against Figueroa Levy [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

Eagle Rock Is | United Against Figueroa Levy Property owners in West Eagle Rock, residing between College View Ave., on the East, Eagledale on the west and south of Broadway, will find protest petitions against N. Figueroa assessment at 2742 Rock Glen Ave., afternoons and evenings. WEST END COMMITTEE The Protective petitions may be signed also at the office of the Eagle Rock Advertiser, 1620 Colorado Blvd. The protest movement against the N. Figueroa st. opening and widening assessment in Eagle Rock sweeps I forward, with petitions being signed in numbers almost beyond hopes, according to members of the committee(in charge. Aside from the original 500 petitions which ace being circulated in the district, over 1000 copies have been mailed to property owners outside Eagle Rock and already are being returned bearing the proper signatures. West End Twice Assessed At a meeting of the West-End Improvement association, of which Dr. R. E. Rose is president, a resolution presenting that part...

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LUNCHEON TOPIC [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

LUNCHEON TOPIC Taxation in California and Los Angeles county and city was the subject of the weekly luncheon program of the Kiwanis club. Dr. M. M. Null, chairman of the public affairs committee, was in charge, and presented a comprehensive reconfronting the people,'

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* SCHOOLS REOPEN THIS * * MORNING; NOT AFFECTED • * BY HOLIDAY FOR BANKS * [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

* SCHOOLS REOPEN THIS * * MORNING; NOT AFFECTED • * BY HOLIDAY FOR BANKS * * Schools of Eagle Rock, and 5 * throughout the state, are to re- * * open this morning as usual. 4 * They are not affected by the 9 9 banking holiday, which began 4 9 on Thursday morning and is to 9 * continue until next Thursday * * morning. This announcement ' * has been made by school offi- 9 9 dais. In some cases schools ■' * closed Friday, under the theory * 0 that the bank holiday was a * * general holiday. All, however, * * are to reopen this morning. 9 * » » » » * * * *

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High School’s Faculty Show Is Next Thurs. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

High School’s Faculty Show Is Next Thurs. All cares abandoned, rules for the class room suspended, and test ] papers laid aside, members of thej faculty at Eagle Rock high school j will go into their regular annual I performance of gaity and fun j Thursday afternoon, at 2 o’clock, ( when the Faculty Show will be presented in the auditorium. " This performance is primarily for ! the school and is being presented in the interests of the student body fund, but there is a possibility an evening performance will be given i at a later date to which the par- 1 ents and general public will be in- j vited. A limited number of adults may' attend the afternoon show, but if there is the usual student attendance, there will be an S. R. O. sign hung out shortly after the box of-! fice opens, as the antics of the dig- ( nified profs on this one occasion of the year have a dstinct box-office value as far as the student body is | concerned. Howard Swan has the j show well in hand and rehearsals are ...

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FIND YOUR NAME IN AN ADVI; RECEIVE FREE THEATER TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933

FIND YOUR NAME IN AN ADVI; RECEIVE FREE THEATER TICKETS Find your name and address in one of the advertisements in next Thursday’s edition of the Eagle Rock Advertiser and receive from the party advertising an order for two of the best adult tickets to either the Eagle Rock, Yosemite or York theaters absolutely free. The Eagle Rock Advertiser takes pleasure in announcing to the people of Eagle Rock that, by arrangement with the three theaters, the Eaigle Rock. Yosemite and York, and by the courtesy of local business men, this gift of free theater tickets will be made each Thursday, absolutely free, with no strings, or charge. It is up to you to read the advertisements in the Eagle Rock Advertiser carefully, for you do not want to miss your name and your gift. Each week 10 names of Eagle Rock residents will be drawn, by lot, and these will be found at some place in 10 advertisements in the Thursday Advertiser. If your name is one of these all you will have to do will be to go to the ...

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