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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
HOC K IRV D A M SPECIALS LADIES 2-PIECE SUITS OR DRESSES Cleaned &amp; Pressed Mens Suits Cleaned &amp; Pressed Studio Cleaners 1588 COLORADO BOULEVARD 50c 25c Quoting from the writings of Hillard—“The instinctive and universal taste of mankind selects flowers for the expression of its finest sympathies, their beauty and fleetingness serving to make them the most fitting symbols of those delicate sentiments for which language seems almost too gross a medium.” Small wonder that the custom of giving flowers never grows old and that their use forms such an important part of a memorial service. The funeral director owes an important duty to friends and family alike in the consideration of floral tributes. He must be willing to give sufficient time to this phase of the service and have a thorough knowledge of the art of arrangement so that he may do more than simply place the floral pieces. A careful and artistic arrangement of flowers produces a memory picture which is a...
LARGE PARTY AT CLUB’S LUNCHEON [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
LARGE PARTY AT CLUB’S LUNCHEON Almost 100 guests attended a luncheon, Thursday, of the Women’s 20th Century club, when Mrs. Annie Little Barrie, state president of the Federation of Women's Clubs, was the honored guest and Rev. James Whitcomb Brougher, pastor of the Glendale Baptist church,was the luncheon speaker. Rey. Brougher’s address, humor - us as well as serious, was well re- • celved. On the afternoon program, Paul Jordan Smith,art and literary critic, talked. His observances were both humorous and to the point, backed by experience as a newspaper critic In Los Angeles. Mrs Barrie gave a short talk in which she stressed the need for meeting present conditions with courage and holding steady under the unusual strain put upon the people today.
SAN RAFAEL P.T.A. INVITES FATHERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
SAN RAFAEL P.T.A. INVITES FATHERS San Rafael P.T.A. Is extending an invitation to the fathers to attend its meeting Wednesday evening, at 7:30 sharp, In the school • auditorium. An interesting program on recreation will be presented. Mr. Bassett will present moving pictures of the recreational facilities of Los Angeles. Mr. Grant, supervisor of playgrounds, has some new plans for “backyards.” Arbor day will be recognized with a song by Mrs. Hobson, and Mrs. Stone will conduct some novel community singing. This is the regular meeting, held In the evenings so that the fathers may attend and become better acquainted with the activities of the P.T.A. There will be a social hour and refreshments at the close.
GIVE PROGRAM IN SPITE OF QUAKE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
GIVE PROGRAM IN SPITE OF QUAKE Courage and loyalty of Unity unit glee club members. American Legion auxiliary, who kept faith with patients at Sawtelle hospital and appeared on a program as scheduled Friday night, despite the earthquake and attendant excitement, was praised by Mrs. Ada Quigley, glee club director. Of five auxiliary units scheduled to take part in the entertainment, the Unity representatives were the only ones to appear. The patients were most appreciative—for, though no damage to the hospital was reported, nearly all were in a highly nervous state and the musical numbers the glee club sang had a calming and reassuring affect. William Shirley and wife, of Eagle Rock, also appeared on the program, the former rendering saxaphone and trumpet solos, accompanied by the Sawtelle band and by Mrs. Shirley.
MAYOR CANDIDATE STARTS CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
MAYOR CANDIDATE STARTS CAMPAIGN The campaign for mayor of Los Angeles has begun. Frank C. Shoemaker, first to file his petition for the office, has decided to begin at the northeast end of the city and speak at public meetings in every councllmanic district from Pasadena to Santa Monica and from Glendale to the boundaries of Long Beach. Mr. Shoemaker will be a speaker before the 54th Assembly District Democratic club at the regular meeting in the Professional building, corner of York Blvd and N. Av£. SO, -Wednesday.eveijiug.
SAFETY BULLETIN GIVEN CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
SAFETY BULLETIN GIVEN CHILDREN A number of topics relating to safety of school children are covered in an interesting bulletin just issued by the Automobile Club of Southern California. Several hundred of these bulletins were distributed at the Eagle Rock elementary school last week. Necessity for caution in flying kites is pointed out. The bulletin warns boys and girls to use vacant lots or fields for their kite flying, so there will be no chance of their running or backing into a street in front of a car while watching the kite in the air. They are also warned against the use of wire as a kite string because of the danger when such a wire comes into conThe bulletin also contains many “safety jingles” written by school pupils, and includes this one, written by Teddy Hostetler of the Rockdale school: “Safety, safety, look very hard Before you cross the boulevard.” Here is another written by Carroll Potts, of the Normandie Ave. school: “Mary had a little lamb But now he’s almost dead...
MRS. C. D. DUNCAN. 76, REPORTED MISSING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
MRS. C. D. DUNCAN. 76, REPORTED MISSING When she returned home from church services Tuesday evening, Mrs. J. Wilson, of 4026 Maywood Ave., found her mother, Mrs. Clara Duncan, aged 76, who lived with her, had disappeared. According to her report to the missing persons bureau of the police department, Mrs. Wilson left her mother in the •house while she attended church services, but when she returned home, Mrs. Duncan was gone. The missing woman is described as being 76 years of age, grey hair, blue eyes, 5 ft, 5 Inches in height, weighed 150 pounds. She probably would be wearing a black coat with tan collar, house slippers, and a dust cap. She was described in the report as being “very forgetful.”
INTER-CLUB WILL MEET WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
INTER-CLUB WILL MEET WEDNESDAY Announcement of the monthly luncheon of the Inter-club association Tuesday noon at the Roosevelt grill, is made by President H. G. Warren. It is urged that all members be on hand for this meeting. A number of important matters are to come before the organization. Among them probably will be the N. Figueroa assessment protest. This will be the first meeting of the organization since the annual dinner, held last month at the Oakmont Country club, and attended by about 60.
SAN RAFAEL P.T.A. HOLDS MONTHLY BOARD MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
SAN RAFAEL P.T.A. HOLDS MONTHLY BOARD MEETING The monthly board meeting of San Rafael P.T.A. was held last Monday afternoon, because on Tuesday the children of San Rafael visited ‘'Old Ironsides.”' As usual the meeting was well attended, Mrs. Hobson, music chairman, announced several women were rehearsing for the Tenth District chorus that is to sing at the state convention in Long Beach in May. The board believes some of the proposed legislature will seriously handicap the schools, and instructed the corresponding chairman on Education and also local representatives asking that they do not support any measure that will withdraw physical education from the school curriculum or .entirely remove the kindergarten. Mrs. Lyons, magazine chairman, reported she has secured the necessary number of subscriptions to fulfill the requirements for a standard P.T.A. organization.
SAFETY OF CHILDREN AT PLAYGROUNDS IS SHOWN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
SAFETY OF CHILDREN AT PLAYGROUNDS IS SHOWN Demonstrating the fact that municipal playgrounds and city school yards are the safest places for children to play, a sharp decline in number of traffic accidents causing the death of children was noted in the last year and attributed to aid of the playgrounds and schools, in a report on file with the Dos Angeles Juvenile Research council. Traffic deaths of children of Los Angeles decreased 28 percent in 1932 as compared with 1931, according to the report. The report attributed the reduction in child fatalities from traffic accidents to a campaign of safety education waged at municipal playgrounds and city schools, resulting in children themselves exercising greater care in crossing the streets and confining their play activities as much as possible to the various public recreation centers.
CHANGE MEETING PLACE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
CHANGE MEETING PLACE The Tetapahata Campfire Girls met Thursday, after school, at thd home of Mrs. W. T. Ward, 5292 College View ave. Mrs. Samuel Ratliff, sponsor of this group, at whose home the meeting usually takes place, was moving last week from 1836 Oak Tree drive to 1249 Hill drive. Next Thursday, in place of the regular meeting, this group will go from school to the Los Angeles Campfire Girls headquarters to take the examinations for the rank of Woodgatherer.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
Classified Advertisements 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48. ALbany 8787. tfl9c JOBBING CARPENTER Wants work. All work guaranteed. Rates reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avoca U26c ■ - DRESSMAKING and remodeling— Former employees ol leading' shops In Beverly Hills and Pasa- j dena. Silk and wool dresses, $4., $5; cotton, $l., $1.50; children’s 50c, 75c, AL. 9871. 1400 Cedar Edge. tf2oc Lawn Renovating Power Machine. Landscape Gardening. Excavating. Grading. Hauling. Top Soil and Decomposed Granite. A. NELSON AL. 2622 918 N. Ave. 50 AL. 9241 3 Situations Wanted RELIABLE WOMAN wants day work. Laundry or cleaning. Call mornings. AL. 5723. Mtfl3c YOUNG WOMAN—Experienced, reliable, wants housework, part time. Good local references. AL. 1228. Itl3c YOUNG MAN wants painting or garden work. A-l Refs. AL. 2881 tflc 5 For Rent—Furn. HOUSES—FOR RENT—Furnished 3 room house. Overstuffed, garage, water paid. Adults only $2O. 1709 ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
FOR RENT—Unfurn. 5 rm. house. 4700 Townsend Ave., cor. lot. Double garage. Hillside 2121 or GR. 7049. ItlSp FOR RENT—Unfurn. Lower 5 rm. apt. frigldalre, laundry, washing machine. 2329 Yosemlte Drive. TMtf9c 7 Wanted to Rent WANTED—WiII exchange house work for rent small furnished cottage or apartment. 5211 El Verano. 2tMTl3p 8 Real Estate FOR SALE—Leaving city. Must sacrifice my $6BOO equity in 3bedroom stucco. North of Colorado for $l5OO. Terms. Bal. $2OOO 7%. Lot 50x220. GL. 5305. 2t9c «■♦♦*»♦♦♦♦♦»*»*»**»*♦»♦♦*« I PLUMBING | SERVICE | We Guarantee Best of % Workmanship on Any Job I WATER HEATERS I 4* All makes sold, installed * j or repaired. 2 t | | PHONE | * Albany 4472 f H. E. | | Billingsley t 1547 Fairpark Ave. * TRY AN EAGLE ROCK ADVERTISER WANT AD FOR RESULTS
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
RKET BLVD. JL 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. PHONE: CLEVELAND 695X6 BUY AMERICAN—BUY IN EAGLE ROCK BUY CALIFORNIA PRODUCTS Specials Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Mar 13-14-15 VAN’S GROCERY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES EXTRA’S. LARGE. STRICTLY FRESH EGGS Limit 2 Dozen Jti MT HEINZ KETCHUP Lge. Rot. 15c 4-Sew BROOMS, orange handle .... Each 25c GLOB’S BLEACH, 5c hot. deposit, 5c SNOWDRIFT 1 lb. can 3 lb. can 15c 45c PALMOLIVE SOAP 5 bars 25c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER can 7c Ocean Spray CRANBERRY SAUCE can 15c 5 lb. SACK A-l or GOLD MEDAL FLOUR-FREE With Purchase of I—4-oz. bottle of VANILLA @ 25c LA PALOMA SOAP 10 bars 19c KIPPER SNACKS ■...:. .3 cans 10c Del Monte RED SALMON 2 tall cans 25c Swansdown CAKE FLOUR ...Lg.pkg. 23c CHALLENGE BUTTER lb. fic WITH PURCHASE OF y 2 LB. ORANGE PEKOE BLACK TEA @ 33c MISSION BUCK FIGS lb. 5c Large PRUNES, bulk, 3 lbs. 19c Crescent MILK 3 tall cans 14c SNOWFLAKE SODAS and o n h ?£/. HONEY MAID GRAHAMS—Ib. pkgs. L P l^* Edgemont GINGER SNAPS Ib.pkg. 1...