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BIG DEPOSITS MADE IN EAGLE ROCK BANKS Confidence Is General After Banks Holiday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
BIG DEPOSITS MADE IN EAGLE ROCK BANKS Confidence Is General After Banks Holiday One of the most pronounced fea- ■ tures following the end of the banking holiday and the reopening i of the banks last Tuesday, is the i spirit of confidence and optimism j with which the public has joined in | the resumption of normal business, i This is the statement of those In ! the Eagle Rock banks, and cor- ! responds with reports coming from ' all sections of the Los Angeles and 1 Southern California area, and in j fact from all sections of the country. One of the evidences of confidence lis found in increased deposits. Much of this money has come from ■ safe deposit boxes and other places j used for safe-keeping, and much of [ it comes under the class of hoarded ! money. However, it now has come ; back into the banks as deposits, | and returns to the channels of trade. While many of these deposits are money that was withdrawn because of fear of loss by the individuals, a marked spirit of , confid...
Centra! Drain Project Given Final Approval [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
Centra! Drain Project Given Final Approval With the Eagle Rock Blvd. storm drain project receiving the official O.K. of the board of supervisors at its meeting Thursday morning, one of the much needed public improvements for Eagle Rock passed • one more step on its journey toward the actual starting of work. Bids for materials will be advertised by the city council next Monday, according to Councilman E. L. Thrasher, whose general plan for the storm drain and its financing through the Reconstruction Finance corporation was accepted without change both by the council and the board of supervisors. The drain, which is to connect with the present drain laterals, one block east and west of Eagle Rock Blvd. on Colorado, is to cost approximately $90,000. There will be no property assessment for this improvement. Due to the fact the project is to be financed by R.F.C. funds, all labor wi’.l be supplied through the county stabilization bureau. The estimated labor involved will be among the u...
Campfire Girls Win Honors at Annual Event [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
Campfire Girls Win Honors at Annual Event Thirty members of the Eahapaha-1 ta, Petaphahta, and the Oak Tree 1 Blue Bird groups of Campfire Girls attended a Birthday Grand Council Fire of all Los Angeles groups at Echo park playgrounds Saturday afternoon. Many honors were awarded, and 11 Eagle Rock girls and their guar- i dian took rank. Those given therank of woodgatherer were Helen i Burrows, Lois Bustrum, Marian | Gottschal, Faith Hartley, Zelta I Burrows, Betty Jane Harrell. Patri- ] cia Raplees, Betty Sapper, Evelyn Ward, Catherine Tyson and Aletha Peters. Mrs. Samuel Ratliff, sponsor of the three groups, received the rank of torchbearer in social leadership. Awards were made by Mrs. Cornelia G. Stevenson, chief exccu-1 tlve of the Los Angeles Council of Campfire Girls. The Oak Tree Blue Birds, consisting of the younger girls, took 1 part in a pageant given by all the Blue Birds in Los Angeles. The girls who received the rank of Woodgatherer, are now eligible to work for the ran...
POLICE BACK ON EIGHT-HOUR DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
POLICE BACK ON EIGHT-HOUR DAY Following a schedule of 12-hour shifts, during the banking holidays, Highland Park police last week went back to their normal working day of eight hours. With extra vigilance of the department In effect the period was passed without increase of crime. The day the banks opened, police officers were stationed at the different banks throughout the district, as an extra measure of precaution.
Guest List of Club Meet Will Bring Notables [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
Guest List of Club Meet Will Bring Notables Three state chairmen, California j Federation of Women's clubs, as 1 well as the district president, Mrs.) Charles McKelvey, and members of i her board, all district chairmen and] about 60 club presidents, will attend] 1 the Reciprocity Day meeting of the Women’s 20th Century club Thursday. This will be one of the most notflbie events on the ciub calendar. Gathered about a luncheon table, | attractive with covered wagon dec-1 orations in honor of California Day, will be about 225 members of the club and guests. Each guest will have a member of the 20th Century club as her hostess. Mrs. R. W. Meeker, state arts and crafts chairman and president of the Tuesday Afternoon club of Glendale: Mrs. J. Hokom. state radio chairman, from Los Angeles, and Mrs. Jack Butterfield, state, resolutions chairman, of San Francisco, will be among the distin-! guished guests. Mr. and Mrs. John 1 Stephen McGroarty will also be honored guests. Mrs. Lewis Reed, pr...
DINNER-DANCE IS MARKED SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
DINNER-DANCE IS MARKED SUCCESS ! The St. Patrick's Day turkey: | dinner, served Friday night at St.! , Dominic’s hall amid emerald surroundings and to the strains of old Irish airs, was a marked success, I as crowd attending, excellency of the viands, and the dance which followed. The dinner was prepared and served by the con-fratemity of the Blessed Sacrament, of which Mrs. Joe Wight is president. A splendid orchestra, which later furnished the dance music, played during the dinner. Miss Lucille Bessolo sang two pleasing selections, “Kerry Dance” and “Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms.” In addition to those who attended; the dinner, many came in for the; dancing later. The hall was crowd-! Ed with a merry throng until mid-| night.
Merchants to Hold Meeting. On Wed. Night [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
Merchants to Hold Meeting. On Wed. Night Business men of Eagle Rock are to meet at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening, at the Chamber of Commerce offices in the Eagle Rock city hall. The meeting is called by the merchants group, recently organized. According to Chairman A. A. Herrmann and Secretary B, F. Campbell a number of important matters are to be brought up for discussion. It is urged that all merchants of Eagle Rock, in whatever line, attend the meeting. The Wednesday evening meeting is the regular semi-monthly conference. Attendance at the meeting of this group has been increasing steadily, from one meeting to the next, and interest in the matters coming before the organization is growing. While it is not stated what matters will be under discussion Wednesday evening, it is stated that they will be of more than ordinary interest to the business men.
PLAN SCHEDULES TO SUIT SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
PLAN SCHEDULES TO SUIT SCHOOLS The regular winter schedule of events will continue at Yosemite playgrounds this week, starting today and in the event that schools here should be closed for an additional period, the summer open- j ing hours of 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. will be observed. Miss Hopkins stated the playgrounds throughout the city would adopt their schedules to correspond with the schools. Where schools 1 remain closed, the playgrounds will be open during the day, and where schools are opened, the winter schedule will be in effect.
ANNOUNCEMENT AT ST. PATRICK PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
ANNOUNCEMENT AT ST. PATRICK PARTY Mrs. Gertrude Tow, 5177 Hartwick St., Eagle Rock, entertained a large group of her daughter's friends at a gay party Friday evening. The St. Patrick motif was used throughout the house and for table decorations and favors. Invited guests were Mesdames Bonneville, Masters and Grubb and 1 the Misses Billie Brown, Evelyn Sheas, Sarah Crosby, Hazel Kroe- ! sen, of Los Angeles; Miss Madalin Schwimmer of El Segundo; Mrs. Willa Mendoza, and the Misses Lura Spellman and Margaret Briggs of Lennox, and Misses Pern Weeks and Marion Barkley, of Inglewood. An Irish guessing game was climaxed with the announcement of the engagement of Miss Catherine Tow r , daughter of the hostess, to Dennis Spellman of Lennox. After receiving the congratulations of the group Miss Tow led thei group to another room where bridge was played until a late hour when I the hostess served dainty refresh-! ments. Miss Tow is a former resident of Inglewood and is a graduate of: I Inglewoo...
TOO MANY THEFTS SO SHE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
TOO MANY THEFTS SO SHE REPORTS When a thief stole a radio from her machine a month ago. Miss [Frances Pinners let it go and said i nothing about it. But when her | car again was raided Wednesday night, while parked in front of her home, she decided something should be done about it, and reported it to police of the Highland Park division. In the second theft a clock was removed from the dash board and a rear view mirror was taken. Including the radio taken in February, the total loss to Miss Finners amounted to $63.
Schools in E. R. Are to Resume Sessions Today [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
Schools in E. R. Are to Resume Sessions Today Eagle Rock school children will enter their classes at the usual time this morning. The local schools being among those undamaged by the recent earthquake, the regular sessions will be resumed, it iwas definitely made known by the I board of education in its meeting ] Saturday. I While plans went forward foi | rigid investigation of school buildings and materials used in their construction, many Los Angeles schools were not allowed to open this morning. Damages of varying degrees were reported on several of the school buildings. Repair work was gotten under way last week. Many mini a- repairs were completed but the more serious damage will take longer to remedy. Last week will constitute the Easter vacation, which was to have begun April 7.
GLEE CLUB SINGS AT MEET OF VETS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
GLEE CLUB SINGS AT MEET OF VETS As guests of the Spanish American War Veterans, the glee club of j Unity unit, American Legion auxilj iary, will sing a group of three numbers tonight at the regular social evening of the post, at the hall, i Ave. 57 and Pasadena, j The glee club, under direction of Mrs. Ada Quigley, will sing "Gypsy ! Girl,” "Larboard Watch,” and "Anchors Away.” A drill, forming the letters of “Unity” and the number : "276 ", also wall be executed by the glee club members. The glee club will sing, at an early date, at the Mormon church 1 of Los Angeles.
I LOCAL GIRLS IN DANCE FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
I LOCAL GIRLS IN DANCE FESTIVAL i The Virginia reel will be given !by 12 Eagle Rock girls from Yo- ■ somite playgrounds, in a folk dance i festival at Exposition park Thurs- | day, it was announced by Miss Hopi kins of the playgrounds. I This festival will be an interi playground event, and will open at i 2 p.m. Spectators are invited and no admission charge will be made. 1 Folk dances of all countries will be represented in the festival.
SECOND WEEK FINDS INTEREST KEEN IN FREE THEATER TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
SECOND WEEK FINDS INTEREST KEEN IN FREE THEATER TICKETS It’s becoming quite a game, this looking for a name; 10 in each Thursday edition, of the Advertiser. Only condition, to get free theater passes, is to show you're the lasses; just call upon the store —merely that and nothing more. Yosemite, York, Eagle Rock show, to cither; of these you may go. So find your name in an Ad, and the merchant will be glad to pass along to you a pass that’s good for two. It is indeed becoming a game, like . jig-saw or cross-word puzzles, to find the 10 names that appear hidden in advertisements in each Thursday edition of the Eagle Rock Advertiser, to each of whom is presented a theater pass for two adult admissions. Last Thursday was only the second time the list has appear- ' ed, but it found people all over town keenly interested in finding the ( names. Groups gathered to "see how many they could find.” To repeat—in each Thursday’s edition of the Advertiser 10 names are hidden in as many advertis...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
PERSONAL A charmingly appointed bridge party, given last week, was the occasion chosen by Mrs. Rebecca A. Green, 4658 Loleta Ave., to announce the coming marriage of her daughter, Prances, to Sam Gotwalt, of Los Angeles. The marriage will take place May 25 at the Wee Kirk O' the Forest Lawn, Occidental -college *wn* host for the early spring meeting of the • Southern California Science and Mathematics association, which held an all-day session on the campus Saturday. The program included illustrated lectures in both the afternoon and morning and a luncheon. Prof, and Mrs. Walter Hartley, of the Occidental college music department, will present the third faculty recital of the year at 8 o’clock Wednesday evening, in the Music building of the college. The program will include a number of songs by Mrs. Hartley and an or-' gan program by Prof. Hartley. The Misses Helen and Evelyn Bostrom, who came here from quake stricken Long Beach and stayed at the home of her aunt, Mrs. W. W. Roe, 49...
XVI, XVII CENTURY | MUSIC IS TOPIC! [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
XVI, XVII CENTURY | MUSIC IS TOPIC! A regular meeting of the Eagle Rock Thursday Morning club was held on March 16th at the home of Mrs. Glenn Gardner, on Delaware Ave. The subject of the mus--1 ical program was “Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Compositions.” Mrs. Edna West was in charge. Numbers were as follows: “Musicians XVI and XVn fipqfriijos" Paper Mrs. West, , “Gigue,” Corelli, Mrs. Edna West. “When the Roses Bloom,” Reichardt (duet) Mrs. Thekla Elderkin; ; Mrs. Frances Gardner. Accompanist: Mrs. West. “Courante,” Henry Purcell, Miss Mabel Thorne. Aria from “Mitrane,” Rossi, Mrs. England; Mrs. West accompanying, j “Gigue,” Zipoli, Mrs. Vivian Teub- , ner. Paper: “Origin of English and \ German Hymns of XVI and XVII Centuries,” Mrs. Teubner. The next meeting of the club will be held April 6 at the home of Mrs. and Miss Congdon, 5160 Hartwick. The subject of the day will be “Folk Songs of Great Britain.” I The club held its Annual Frolic Saturday evening. It was a progressive...
ADMITS HAVING STOLEN GOODS; ASKS PROBATION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
ADMITS HAVING STOLEN GOODS; ASKS PROBATION Walter Godfrey Radcliffe, arrested three months ago on suspicion of burglary of the offices of Ward &amp; Jensen, realtors, at 4623 Eagle Rock Blvd., and who jumped his bail, recently was taken into cus- • tody and wa's brought into court Monday. The charge of suspicion of burglary was changed to that of receiving stolen goods, to which Radcliffe pleaded guilty and asked for probation. y | Radcllfte’s stroy to police was that Ihe had no knowledge of the actual ' burglary, in which an adding machine and stand, typewriter, check protector and other office equipment were taken, but that a man whose name he did not know had met him on Spring street and had given him these articles. His case was continued until March 30, when his application for probation will be heard.