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Glassell Park [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Glassell Park Mr. K. M. Paley returned Sunday from a week's trip to San Diego. Mr-. Mary tinman an.l Mr- h M. I)alma//.o were gue-ts of Mr- Robert 1.. Coates Tuesday aflt'rnoon. Friends of Mr-,. John Patterson nil! he glad to hear of her recovery from the grippe, from which -he ha- been a sufferer during tile past week. Mr. and Mr-. Theihand entertained at dinner Sundae Mr. and Mr- G I McMullen. Mr. and Mr-. John Patter--on and Mr. and Mrs. Warner V Hoag, all of (i las-ell I 'ark. Mrs. M. I). Theihand of Torthor- 1 w.ald avenue had as guests at luncheon Tuesday evening the Mis-e--h'lynn. Mis- Sadie I hue, Dr. W'd Hants, Mr. Lloyd and Mr. (lamer of l.os \ngeles. The evening was enjoyable spent at whist. The regular meeting of the (lla--ell Park Improvement \--ociation will he hehl Tuesday evening. \pril 4. at the re-iednee of Mr. (1. \V. Lyons. \t ihi- meeting the officers for the ensuing year will he elected, and a representative gathering i- reque-ted. The matter of selection of a ...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Society Notes M r C.orge I'lilhp- Castle Cragha' 141 •no la I’itt-burg ; ;i visit with relatives. Mr .in.l Mr- C’ 1 1 ar 1 1*' V.. mg and little daughter \mVr spent I weekend at 1 li\-a 11 1 ’.irk. Mi ,1. W I’n'-t ai Texas. i- hero D-iting hi- «i'ler and brother-in l.av. Mr. and Mrs W 1.. Kllen wo. „1. Mi&gt;&gt; llerriel Spangler who i - an instructor in the Dos \ngelcs Military academy, siicnt the week end with her parents in this city. Miss \nn.a Hall of Ca-tle Idas- is 'recovering front a serious operation which was successfully perfanned re , cently at the • )sleopathic hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. I.ea of I’alotna avenue, had ;is dinner quests Saturday j Mr. and Mrs. If. 1.. liidwell and young i son Ifdwin of Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrs. ('. 11. Daggett and smi 11. 1.. Daggett, of Los Angeles. Mrs Julia I. liutler, eldest daughter of kev. and Mrs. Irving k. I.ovejoy, together with her hushand. Ini' been visiting her parents in this city for a few davs. They lef...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Garvanza Bakery Under new management since the first of the year, is now serving the people of this vicinity every afternoon with hot lire,ad, rolls, snails, and the finest variety of cakes, pies, etc This ad and Sc will buy a 10c loaf of bread. Phone and the team will call. Mast 2517. 11. M I.ond. Prop. 107 X. Ave. 64 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000-ooooooooooooc Guirchoffhe(i(xx I Shepherd Congregational Corner Colorado Boulevard and Linden Way KKV. AI-FREH W. HARE, Minister Sunday School (graded, 9:45 a. in.; Morning service, II o’clock; Evening service, 7 o’clock; Woman’s Rihlc class, Fridays,2:4s p. in'. 1-adies Society, first and third Fridays at 2:45 p. m. All people, very cordia’ly welcomed. 0000-O-000000000000000000-00000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOd 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000\&gt;0&lt; lickjlo Pock M. I:. Church ;■ . ■Of Colorado Boulevard near Castle street J. M. SPANGLER, Pastor Preaching every Sunday morning at 11 o’clock; ev...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE —Rhode Island Rod eggs for hatching, from thoroughbred stock—sl,so for 15. From utility stock—7s cents for 15. Mrs, liruco. corner Colorado and Kenilworth. Phone East 2694. FOR SALE —Thoroughbred White Rock Eggs. $l.OO per setting. (). A V. Rnngrcn, 1460 Oak Grove avenue. East 2958. FOR RENT In Eagle Rock Valley a three-room California bungalow. Inquire of Mrs. J. J. Kolbe. 21)2 Fairmont avenue. Phone East 2822. FOR SALE —riiorotmlibred Huff Or pington egg- $1 per setting of 15. \\. I). Van Sittcrt. 14 Mahautonga Wav, near Eagle Rock Avenue. 4* FOR SALE —lure bred White Wv andotte baby chicks, with or with out mothers Also eggs for hatching. $5 per hundred. Fine laying stock. Mrs. R. 11. Ilrown, Phone Sunset Glendale 52 I. *4 Going East over the Rocky Mountains I - a particular!;, pleasant way to go, tin.', is most comfortably miplished in the througl ourisl sleepers which run daily via the Stint Lake IT t e, Denver &amp; Rio Grande and the popular ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Daddy ’s Bedtime Story— The Lord of Burleigh 3 1 I'm Only a Poor Man" •* NCK upon n time In England, children," said daddy one evening, heft ginning Ids bedtime story to Evelyn and .lark, "there was a imldeman, very rich and the head of a great family, lie was tallied the Lord of Burleigh, but ho did not care very mileh about all bis riches and his honors. The only thing for which he eared a great deal was the painting of pictures, for he was an artist, and a very good artist. If he had not been so rich he could have made much money by painting pictures and selliug them. •'One summer the Lord of Burleigh made up his mind to put on old clothes and visit a certain village near his castle, where he had been told there was tunny a pretty scene, so lie went there and set up Ids easel to paint pictures, forgetting everything else. But one day as ho was painting a beautiful young girl, daughter of a poor man In the village, stopped to watch him paint. The lord of Burleigh noticed her and s...
PUBLIC ROSTRUM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
PUBLIC ROSTRUM l-'ilitor Sentinel: Ihe article in your last week's issue regarding tile Improvement League was quite at variance with the lacts and somewhat misleading, and I ask for sufficient space to state the trite condition of affairs, as there are a lew citizens of lids city who are interested. \t the tneeting held on the first Monday in March no quorum was present, and by mutual consent adjournment was taken for two weeks, I In Monday, March the 211 th, a hare quorum was present, and the future of tile League was the first topic of discussion. Ihe opinion was expressed teat the League could he made of great service to our newly incorporated city il Inc citizens generaly would take a lively interest and make it the peoples toriini. However. pending such a movement in this direction, a motion was made and seconded and carried unanimously that when the League adjourned on that evening, that it a Ijourned subject to the call oi the Lxecutive Hoard upon the writ ten request ot ten...
Parent-Teachers' Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Parent-Teachers' Meeting The I’areiit-Teacher's Asociathm Lave been very fortunate in securing ittr-ane natures for I heir next meeting which will be held next Ttu sday ft ecu "-ii ,t the -eh-" '1 building at -Ldc o'clock. Mr-. 11. C. \\ added of the Mutual I'.etielit Comittee of Los \ugele-. will -peak on ‘The Welfare "f tile t'hil.l," following this will be a monologue by Mis- Lthel Hodgson of 1.0- Angele-. which wa- written lor i er by Mr-. IlcsSte Tltcw Miller, ’Lite business meeting will be deferred until after the regular program. \ egelahle foul should he helore the fowls at all times. hre-h water should always he available. To obtain the be-t re-ults in eggi roductioii from confmed laying or breeding stock, sonic form of animal food should he supplied every day. A large amount of animal food should he fed fowl- during the moling season, for the reason that the growing feather- require the nitrogenous matter that meat supplies niii-t readily and cheaply.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
I.a \ in# hens that are eating their egg-. began picking at their shell I" ■eciire lime. If a ll iek of egg eating: fowls i- given an over-aliiimlance oi fre-h ea a shell', :hi- hahit will he, disc m ti lilted. I .ayin k hen- require time for the form 1 1 ion of egg -hells; ;l ean he fed in the form of ea a - shell-, hroken oy-ter shell- or broken pla-ter. If the egg she l !- that aeenmnlate ilur- | mg : 1 e spring and -nmmer are lined in the oven and -tored, they ean Infed with idvantaae l i the winter layei -. lni|iiirie- are frei|iiently received from faneier- near the coast, a- l &gt; the feedine: value of fre-h li-h tor poultry. l-hir breeding fowls they would he s.atisfaeoiry. hut for hens that were producing table eggs the teinlenev would he to impart a 1 1 sli llav-r to the eaa-. liee,’ -erap-. meat meal. animal im al. dried M 1■ &lt;r digested tankage are all commercial foods that ran he bought from the poultry simply ho.i-e- -r packing Imtt-c-. Reel -eraps ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Auto Truck &amp; Express Co. JAMES B. GRAY, Manager Trips to and from Los Angeles Daily Starting on the First of March Main 1581 —City Phones— Home 5200 Sunset Phene East 399. Home 39044 :: R. A. BAKER COMPANY Fuel. Feed. Cement, Gravel. Sand. Crushed Rock. Cobble Stone, Hardwall Plaster, Wcod and Metal Lath, Furniture and Piano Moving, Transfer and Storage Office 6050 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. 0-0 0-00 O &gt;O-000000000000-00-0000000000000000000000000-00oooc o Eagle Rock Dahlia Gardens 600 VARIETIES OF DAHLIAS The dalil'a. by reason of it- wonderful diver-ity oi form and c-d 2 r. i- beomimj the most popular of all flowers. Now is the time to 9 plant Dahlias. I have the finest on the coast and have originated 6 - anr of the finest in the world Catalog and culture instruct: in- free S upon request. J. J. Broomall, Dahlia Specialist K. F. I). Xo. 1, Box 232 A Los Angela-, t’al. ■o-000-00-oooooooooooc^'o-ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc i RITCHEY AND GROTTHOUSE “...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Water Heaters: Reliable, $16.00; Garland, No. 7, $l4; Garland, No. 10 $16,00. Waterbacks $4.50 connected. • DOUILLARD &amp; DOELLE STOVE REPAIRING, RELIABLE PLUMBING STEAM, GAS AND WATER FITTING 1807 North Main Street Phenes: East 1370 Los Angeles, Cal. F 5089 Phone East 119 ::: Eagle Dale ::: Half in Glendale and half in Eagle Rock, lying on the boulevard from Pasadena to the sea. "The Place to Live.” Grow anything: now have 2df) varieties of fruit. Cool mountain water. Climate ami soil just right. Electric lights and telephone. Fine large lots. Houses built to suit. SEND FOR PLAT Robert Henry Brown Los Angeles, Cal. Eagle Rock Bank M&gt;*4 Easter Cards &amp; Booklets Flaxon—the New Waisting Percales and Ginghams Swan’s Dry Goods Store Colorado and Castle. Phone Ea-t 2857 PROMPT DELIVERY COURTEOUS TREATMENT J. B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY Fancy and Staple Groceries Fresh Fruits and Vegetables PHONE EAST 1148 FER-DON BUILDING The Los Angeles Examiner I The ...
Valley Club Meets [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 April 1911
Valley Club Meets Tin- Valley Cluh, composed of hoys nf ilu' Sunday School of the Church of the G 1 Shepherd, hold-, its regular meeting in the pa-tor’s study at the church every Friday Good 'hooks and all kinds of frames are ■piovided for the hoys, and the cluh is .steadily increasing in numbers.
PROTEST OF WOMAN’S CLUB LAID ON TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 April 1911
PROTEST OF WOMAN’S CLUB LAID ON TABLE At tlu' meeting of tin* Hoard of City Trustees, wliicli was held in tlii' city lull Monday evening. tlu' iiroti’st made by llie \\Uni,Hi' Twentieth Century Chili against changing the name of Mill avenue to koca Vista Drive, was laid on the talde by mole m of 11. C. &lt; iallonpe. It was deeided. however, to invite the people living on that street, or owning property fronting there on. to suggest a name other than that wlneli now exists.
WHAT'S IN A NAME? [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 April 1911
WHAT'S IN A NAME? (tid things must die, let poets sing Their lays, and let the world tie claim Their mighty efforts, praises ring fn those who boldly change a name! file lovely vale ol Eagle Kock. Whose hills e'er beckon front afar. (&gt;itr puny efforts ever mock \nd warn its that we should not mar, Her grandeur, and her sweeping sway Which centuries long have not disputed: We surely take what me,ns we may To keep her beauty unpolluted. Sir e'en the real estate prompter In cutting up her acres fair Deals gently with her beauties' litre And bids his engineers beware. For fear that Eagle Rock's fair hill side Should have its glorion- beauty marred He lakes in counsel far and wide And ruthless "cuts" and "tills'' till barred. And those who live in this fair region, And hoe its shadows and its &gt;un. I hey love the very names, in legion. That cling to streets, since streets begun. I'hev hoe the good, short names of old The name.- ihat seem to go with hand, I'he names o...