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RECORD CROWD AT OLD TIME DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
RECORD CROWD AT OLD TIME DANCE More than 250 attended the old fashioned dance Friday evening at Yosemite playground, and enjoyed a delightful evening, either dancing the dances of former days or having an equally good time as spectators. Ray Littlejohn, Jr., who won first place in an inter-play-ground dance caller competition recently, acted as caller. Many of the guests were especially interested in his work and in the dancing of the group which also brought first honors to Yosemite playground in the old fashioned dance competition. These dances are held the first Saturday night of each month and are growing steadily in popularity. Saturday’s crowd was the largest yet to attend.
HARDY LECTURES ON JAP PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
HARDY LECTURES ON JAP PROGRAM The second of the series of alum- | m lecture' at • uceraentar wtießu (will be delivered Wednesday evening, March 15, at 8 o’clock in the [music chapel by Dr. Osgood Hardy, member of the faculty and a resident of Eagle Rock. Dr. Hardy will speak on “The Japanese Monroe Doctrine.” Eagle Rock residents desiring to attend this lecture must make reservations by calling the college, it is announced. The usual attendance at the alumni lectures is large.
CAMPFIRE COUNCIL FIRE ON MAR. 18 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
CAMPFIRE COUNCIL FIRE ON MAR. 18 The annual birthday council fire of the Campfire Girls, celebrating the 21st birthday of the organization, will take place at Echo Park, Saturday afternoon, March 18, at 2 o'clock. An invitation is being extended to mothers and friends to attend. There will be a ceremonial on this occasion, which takes place one day following the organizations official birthday. March 17, and ranks and national honors will be awarded. The Blue Birds, composed of girls under 10 years of age, under sponsorshpi of Mrs. Samuel Ratliff, will take part in a pageant. They will rehearse next Saturday, at 2 pm at Echo Park, it H announced.
“ROMANCE OF RUBBER” IS ISSUED AS BOOK; POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
“ROMANCE OF RUBBER” IS ISSUED AS BOOK; POPULAR Big moments in rubber history are described vividly in a recently published book, “The Romance and Drama of the Rubber Industry,” containing a series of radio talks delivered by Harvey S. Firestone, Jr„ vice-president of the Firestone Tire &amp;Rubber company, represented in Eagle Rock by the Fisher Motor Service. While the talks were being given on the air a heavy demand for copies of them developed from many different quarters. To meet this nationwide call the material was put together in book form and thousands of copies have been sent to universities, colleges, schools, libraries and individuals.
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE Classified Advertisements li**"?" J*? JJffL.?J* rt,,ne W • J®"* for * busincss motto: His autobiography, just pubrtieolo th»t lb Wkl n: The —a —ha w Milwi* Hlln mart either .boat or ahrertlae.” ass. .2 , Personal Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48 AUbany 8787. tfl9( JOBBING CARPENTER work. All work guaranteed, reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Want! Rate: Avocs tf26&lt; DRESSMAKING and remodeling— Former employees of leading shops In Beverly Hills and Pasadena. Silk and wool dresses, $4. 95; cotton, $l., $1.50; children’! 50c, 75c, AL. 9871. 1400 Cedai Edge. tf2oc Lawn Renovating Power Machine. Landscape Gardening. Excavating. Grading. Haul tog. Top Soil and Decomposed Granite. A. NELSON AL. *622 918 N. Ave. 50 AL. 9241 BOLDEN RULE BROTHERHOOD FREE WRECKING - INSURANCE —lawn and garden work. Rubbish and dirt hauling. Excavating. Decomposed Granite for sale. AL. 4117—Evenings AL. 5110. SEW...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
For Rent—Fum. FOB RENT—Fum. rooms, $1.60 per week. Oozy, clean apartments, $3 per week. 2112% Colorado Blvd. tfias FOR RENT—Purn. rm., adjoining bath. Would consider elderly person with or without board. CL. 63719. MTtf9c _6 For Rent—Unfurn. FOR RENT—Unfur. new stucco duplex; cozy; 4 rms lower, airy bed rooms; nice closets; hall with linen closet; tile bath, shower; large kitchen and dinette; tile sink; buUt-in ice box; roomy garage. Only $25.00. 4110 Manor Court. (Manor Court is 1 blk N. of E. R. Blvd., off W. Ave. 41). Owner RO. 3324. Ttf26c FOR RENT UNFURN—House, ( rms., bath, garage. Newly decorated. Water paid, $lB. Owner 494( Avoca. Cor. Linda Rosa Ave. Ttf26&lt; FOR RENT UNFURNISHED—Attractive 4 room house. Refrigeration. Garage, wall heater, sunny, quiet. Some furniture 11 desired. 2027 Addison way. tfl7c FOR RENT—House, 4 rooms. Breakfast nook, 2 bedrooms, garage $25. 5140 La Roda. It9f FOR RENT—Unfurn. 4 rm. house Garage. $2O. 4978 Mount Ifcya DriVe. roJTTouse, lar...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
11 For Sale FOR SALE—9 tube radiola super hetrodine all electric. Perfect. 5074 Mt. Helena. AL. 5349. 2tM&amp;T6c ■ NEW AND USED FURNITURE Baked enamel range, like new $9.95. (12.50 and $14.50. Refrigei’ators, $5.00, $8.50 and $13.50. Linoleum, 39c and 49c. Drop leaf library and din. table $9.50. Mahogany chest of drawers, $3.95. Walnut buffet, $12.50. Overstuffed love seat, like new, $9.50. Walnut twin bed, $5.00. Book case, $2.50. Refinishing or Upholstering. Light Hauling Cheap. COLE FURNITURE CO. 1578 Colorado Bird. AL 8101 FOR SALE—R. I. Baby chicks 8c also setting eggs. 2259 Fairpark CL. 67807. It9c New Used FURNITURE Look the other fellows specials over and then come to HARDING’S and Save Money. Wind Wings Pair sl.oo' Patio Settee &amp; 2 Rockers $3.00 , Breakfast Sets—s6.oo, $6.50, ft $l2. j Coffee Tables. New $1.89, Wilcox-Glbbs Portable Electric j Sewing Machine $22.50 Portable Victrola _ $3.50 Coal ft Wood Stoves—sl.2s, $6.50 &amp; Mahogany Writing...
KINGSBURY SHOWS ATHLETIC CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
KINGSBURY SHOWS ATHLETIC CLASS Mach favorable press comment is being given to the hurdling prowess of “Hunt” Kingsbury, a member of the S’3l class at Eagle Rock high school, who is now a freshman at ” Stanford university. A recent clipping covering a meet between the Prosh team and Alameda high states: “Keeping right up in the matter of fast times was Huntington Kingsbury, hurdler for the Cards, who took the highs in ,15:1s and the lows in .24:45„ both better than average varsity performance.” This promising athlete is also the president of the freshman class at Stanford.
SOAP DONATIONS FOR NEEDY ASKED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
SOAP DONATIONS FOR NEEDY ASKED Urgent need for soap necessary, ! for health as well as cleanliness, 1 among needy families is a matter of i grave concern to the welfare com--1 mittoe of the Eagle Rock grammar schcool P.-T. A. An appeal is being j made for donations of soap, as well as of foodstuffs, to help fill emergency aid boxes, which were placed this week at the Piggly-Wiggly store, on Eagle Rock Blvd. near Colorado, and at the Quality Market, on Eagle Rock Blvd., near Addison Way. Cereals, both dry and the variety for cooking, and canned milk are among the articles most needed in addition to the soap. Any other donations anyone desires to give may also be placed in these boxes.
TWO RECITALS TO BE GIVEN AT OXY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
TWO RECITALS TO BE GIVEN AT OXY Two recitals of interest will take place at Accidental college, one this morning and the other next Tuesday evening. This morning’s recital, at 10:45 In the music chapel, with Josef Borlsoff, instructor of violin at the college, will give a program. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the music building, the pupils of Alex Kosloff, college piano instructor, will be heard. The public is Invited to both events.
P.-T. A. WILL HEAR COURT OFFICIAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
P.-T. A. WILL HEAR COURT OFFICIAL Father’s night, of the ParentTeacher Association, at Toland Way school will be held Tuesday evening March 14, at 8 o’clock In the school auditorium. • The citizenship chairman, Mrs. Wm. Jones has asked Stanley W. Sutton of Judge Blake’s court to talk on “The Broken Home” and Juvenile Laws.” A program will be given by the pupils of the.school, followed by a social hour. A report also will be given on school legislation.
GENEROUS FOLKS SUPPLY HOME NEEDS OF FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
GENEROUS FOLKS SUPPLY HOME NEEDS OF FAMILY In response to a further appeal in the Eagle Rock Advertiser to help supply the needs of the Herbuck family, whose home was burned recently, additional household goods was donated by kind hearted residents last week. A chest of drawers and dishes and cooking utensils were among the things given. The ladies of the Adventist church have promised to make rugs for the floor.
PROGRAM FRIDAY EVENING FOR SAWTELLE PATIENTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
PROGRAM FRIDAY EVENING FOR SAWTELLE PATIENTS fli mh n i Paftwts”~af , sMli&amp; Wm be entertained Friday night, with a program and par ty sponsored by five units'of the American Legion auxiliary, including the local chapter, Unity, and Navy, Lennox, Inglewood and Walter Brinkop. Members of Unity unit, with LetI tie Fraser, hospital chairman, will 1 motor to Sawtelle and will furnish two numbers on the program. This party has been planned for several weeks and everything is being done to assure a good time.
WIENER ROAST HELD BY CAMPFIRE GIRLS GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
WIENER ROAST HELD BY CAMPFIRE GIRLS GROUP Members of the Hahapahata Campfire Girls broup, somposed of high schcool girls, enjoyed a weiner roast Monday afternoon at the home of Miss Marporie Cruzan, 1870 Gak Tree drive. Games played upon the hill side and the supper was prepared over an out-door grill. About 15 were prenest. Part of the group acted as the committee to perpared the food, and the remaining group cleared up after the supper.
TWO EVENTS AT OXY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
TWO EVENTS AT OXY Two events are scheduled to occupy the attention of Occidental students Friday afternoon. While purchcase the supplies, another part those interested in dancing enjoy a merry time attending a “mixer” dance at 3:30 in the patio of Union hall, the women's debate team will discuss “War Debts” with women orators of U.S.C. Both events have aroused much interest on the campus.
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
Sun Goshi BEN OKUBO, Manager Free Delivery 1576 Colorado CL. 69114 Specials—Thurs., Fri., and Sat., Mar. 9—lo—ll FANCY GREEN NEWTON PIPPIN APPLES 12^25' Best Cooking and Eating SWEET JUICY NAVEL JUICE ODAMPE mt pai St/ O' SNAPPY JUICY SWEET DELICIOUS APPLES 7 lbs -25 c Best for Eating and Table FANCY SOLID RIPE TOMATOES ....2 lbs. Xgc SWEET JUICY TANGERINES 0 lbs. Xgc LARGE CRISPY SWEET CELERY 4 f#r 10° From Chula Vista SWEET FRESH CARROTS or Q bunches t Ac TURNIPS FRESH GREEN ONIONS Q bunches lAc or RADISHES LARGE WHITE (CAULIFLOWER ........Each gc
Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
f The dinner will be foBpv Eagle Rock chapter, O. E. S., will EASTERN STAR‘iMWOTR'"The dinner will be followed, ay games and cards." Pull details of jive a Cosmopolitan dinner, Friday evening, April 7. at Masonic Temple. the P lans wiU be announced later. ICCLY' Wl and CCL Y ? i ’it Mi T I ( ) ’V'V' ITHOUT \STf Grocery prices except butter, effective from Fri. Mar. 10, through and including Tues. Mar. 14, in ail stores within 33 miles of Los Angeles. BUTTER FRI. &amp; SAT. ONLY—LB. 18e La France at Safewav; Sunset (Jold at Piggly Wiggly. Sold with 50c purchase. PEACHES 10c Libby’s deluxe sliced or yellow cling, halves tree-ripened peaches. Top quality. SALMON LIBBY’S RED NO. 1 TALL TIN Libby’s fancy red Alaska salmon, rich irvrolot and flavor. In No. &gt; talk thus.. PINEAPPLE Libby’s sliced Hawaiian pineapple. 8 luscious sun-ripened slices in No. 2J4 tin. ¥ TDD TOMATO NO. 2 Q. JLiDD X O JUICE TIN V#' JUICE TIN Garden-fresh tomato juice—a healthful and refreshing dri...