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HOME WITHSTANDS QUAKE, RETURN TO LONG BEACH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
HOME WITHSTANDS QUAKE, RETURN TO LONG BEACH Mrs. Guy Bergevln and three children, of Long Beacn, who were brought to Eagle Rock to visit Mrs. Bergevin’s sister, Mrs. Paul Ritter, of 1515 Hill drive, following the earthquake, returned to their home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bergevin had just completed the building of a new home in Los Cerritos, or North Long Beach. Though furniture was shaken up and thrown about when the quake occurred ,the dwelling was undamaged.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT—Unfurn. 4 rm house. 2 bed rooms. Breakfast nook. Garage. Rent $22.50. 5140 La Roda. It2op TRY ADVERTISER CLASSIFIED ADS This is No. 2 of a series of messages appearing in windows of Eagle Rock stores, a new one each week. LOYALTY TO HOME Loyalty to our community means everything. It is the essential factor to our growth A and development. V Jl. • "' Merchants who invest here are the ones deserving of our support—it is a requisite of loyalty to get behind the men and institutions who have shown their faith by devoting their time ,money and efforts for the general welfare of our neighborhood. Trade at home whenever it is at all possible. BUYING. AT HOME SPELLS LOYALTY
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
VOX THEATERS, INC. : v ■— j./. -"‘--at B g l» P.. 4d:: T^ij EAGLE ROCK and COLORADO BLVDS. 300 GOOD SEATS ALbany 1517 ONE WEEK STARTING SUNDAY, MARCH 19 TWO BIG FEATURES Karloff, The Uncanny, in THE MUMMY” ALSO “HANDLE WITH CARE” with JAMES DUNN, BOOTS MALLORY, EL BRENDEL YOSEMITE THEATER EAGLE ROCK BLVD. at YOSEMITE AL 5189 New Price Policy, Starting Sunday, March 19 15c 300 SEATS 1 5c FIRST 17 ROWS Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed., • 1 March 19-20-21-' l TWO BIG FEATURES I RUTH CHATTERTON in “FRISCO JENNY” and KATE SMITH in “HELLO EVERYBODY” Thurs., Fri,, Sat., March 23-24-25 “SECOND HAND WIFE” with Sally Filers and Ralph Bellamy —also—“THE BILLION DOLLAR SCANDAL” with Robert Armstrong and Constance Cummings YORK BLVD. at AVE. 50 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, March 19-20-21 William Haines, Madge Evans, Cliff Edwards in “FAST LIFE” AND “ISLAND OF LOST SOULS” H. G. Well’s Rapsody of Terror Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., March 22-23-24-25 James Cagney and Mary Brian in “HARD TO HANDLE” ALSO Edmund Lowe...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
Editorial THE GOLDEN STREAM Into the banks of the country during last week flowed a golden stream that will make the country glad, and that will go far toward stimulation of the economic revival that already has started. It w r as. the return by hoarders of the money they had had in hiding. Banks all over the country reported large deposits of money that previously had been out of circulation. The Eagle Rock banks were no exception, and it is estimated that something like $lOO,OOO was returned to the banks here. One can do a little figuring on his own account, based on the Eagle Rock record. Many unusual features w r ere noted. In connection with the deposit of, money that had been in safe de-1 posit boxes, private safes, or some other hiding place. Some are amusing, while some were remark-1 able for the total disregard of the, danger involved. As an example we heard one story of an occurance in Hollyw'ood. j It was brought to Eagle Rock by two local men, who had business in a Holly...
Uncle Sid Says: [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
Uncle Sid Says: The arinual trek to the desert to see the spring flowers is beginning. And that Is something. Nature, In her generosity, takes no account of bank holidays, economic situations, 1 or anything of the sort, but lavishly spreads her gifts of beauty and bounty. Truly spring is a beautiful season.
—LINT— By J. G. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
—LINT— By J. G. R. Southgate residents, fleeing from the earthquake regions after spending wearying nights sleeping in their cars, were greeted by a sign on an auto seat-cutting establishment on Florence Ave., which read, “Sleep in Your Car.” Another partly fallen building carried on its broken window the sign; “Moving.”
The Pollyanna Idea [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
The Pollyanna Idea Headline in a newspaper reads: “Highlands Escape Quake Damage; Policeman Killed.” “Stick Out Your Tongues, Californians.” “St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone,” Said Pat to Mike Maloney. “The Bishop said we could eat meat. But that was a lot of baloney.” Encounters with people from earthquake area proved the unquenchable humor of the American people. In a week or so, they will be willing to admit there was a ■ slight tremor which did some tem-| porary damage to a beach city somewhere along the coast. | And the tourists will have to come out and see for themselves, espec-J ially the “show-me” folk from Missouri. Incidentally the earthquake finished what the banks started. Motion picture houses suffered deeply, but are beginning to come back now. That’s the way with everything. It’s beginning to come back from where It went. Which brings us to the song which is appropriate for either earthquakes or depressions—“ Out of Nowhere.” Meantime, Hollywood waits the return ...
MUSICAL SHOW, “LOW AND BEHOLD!” AT PLAYHOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
MUSICAL SHOW, “LOW AND BEHOLD!” AT PLAYHOUSE Leonard Siilman is assembling and will present a new type of revue, patterned after the original Russian Chauve Souris, entitled “Low and Behold!” as a gala attraction which will inaugurate the summer season at the Pasadena Community Playhouse, Gilmor Brown, producing director, announces. The date is set for May 16. Principals announced include Marguerite Namara. a recent arrival from London where she played in. Noel Coward’s latest revue, “Words and Music;” Lulu McConnell, Broadway comedienne: the Rocky Twins, international artists: Leonard and June Siilman and William M. Griffith. Siilman conceived the idea for the new revue and will direct and produce it for the Playhouse under the supervision of Gilmor Brown.
COMMUNITY SERVICE IS TRIED AS RELIEF MEASURE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
COMMUNITY SERVICE IS TRIED AS RELIEF MEASURE An experiment in cooperative community service is being tried out in many schools. The mothers and fathers whose children are receiving aid come to the schools and give I their services, the mothers in the cafeterias and fathers in the gardens. A group of mothers also meet at the school and under a paid instructor are given lessons in sewing, maldng garments from material, supplied by the Red Cross. These garments are gfven to different community groups wherever necessary. Instructors being paid from funds contributed by the faculty for unemployed teachers.
HAND-PAINTED FLAG IS PRESENTED TO SODALITY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
HAND-PAINTED FLAG IS PRESENTED TO SODALITY An event fraught with special significance for mothers and daughters of St. Dominic’s Catholic church took place Sunday morning, when the children of St. Mary’s sodality were presented with a handsome hand-painted silken banner by the con-fraternity. Following a Joint communion, the sodality and con-fraternity enjoyed a delicious breakfast at St. Dominic’s hall. The banner, which was painted by Mrs. Margaret Price, of 2354 Fairpark Ave., and which is an admirable piece of work, was presented at this time. Georgia Fink, curator of the Bible section of the Catholic Women’s club, delivered a short talk. Mrs. Mildred Miles, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. J. C. Ball, sang, “Ave Maria.”
“Atlin Day’s Woik,” Says Pet’s Rescuer [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
“Atlin Day’s Woik,” Says Pet’s Rescuer When doge chased a eat named White Foot up a pole, he got th» Jitters and wouldn’t come down—not even for his young masteh, Robert Irrgang, of Indianapolis. Robert’s mother the tele* phone company for help, and repairman Howard Ulrey put on his climbing spurs, went up the pole, and brought down a grateful cat to a grateful bov.“All in the day’s work,” said Ulrey.
Grapefruit Salad [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
Grapefruit Salad Dissolve a package of lemon gelatin in one-third of a cupful of boiling water and add one and onehalf cupfuls of grapefruit juice, onehalf cupful of orange juice, one tablespoonful of lemon juice, threefourths of a cupful of diced celery, two tablespoonfuls of chopped small pickles, on- tablespoonful ohpi&amp;e&amp;a pimiento. away to mold. Serve on lettuce with mayonnaise dressyou have a fish saSSt- unsweetened gelatin for .» sala g. three tablespoonfuls—and the othe?*“ ingredients the same.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
There’s A Reason Why i Sager’s Do Most of the ! Kodak Finishing in i Eagle Rock. ALL PRINTS ON VELOX vtuo* / f o,r &gt; best results Even if Velox paper does cost us more, we want our customers to have the exceptional results that prints on Velox assure. Velox is made especially for printing from amateur negatives. In each case, the particular grade of Velox that will produce the best looking picture is selected, Send us your films and enjoy the beauty of Velox prints STATIONERY &amp; GIFTS At the Circle Eayle Rock
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
LENTEN-TIME IS WORSHIP-TIME COME and WORSHIP WEDNESDAY EVENING 8 P. M. —At— EAGLE ROCK LUTHERAN CHURCH Maywood and Chickasaw Aves. Hear the answer to the question, “What Further Need Have We of Witnesses?” The Vested Choir Will Sing “CHRIST OF CALVARY” SPECIALS Sweaters &amp; Shirts. Cleaned &amp; Pressed LADIES 2-PIECE SUITS OR DRESSES Cleaned &amp; Pressed Mens Suits Cleaned &amp; Pressed Each 20c 50c 25c Studio Cleaners 1588 COLORADO BOULEVARD
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
IN MARKET 4714 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS ON SALE MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20th, 21st, 22nd FOLKS WHOVEJ*^ "with us all SAY:j here's precaution To know Weaver’s is to KNOW FOOD PURITY, FOOD WHOLESOMENESS FOOD SAFETY. You SAVE EVERY WEEK by PRESERVES 9 glasses 11c TEA PARTY—6-oz. glass. " BEN HUB COFFEE REGULAR OR DRIP Lb. 3r BREAD AND BUTTER PICKLES Large 15-oz. Jar. Reg. 18c 29 c 2 WALDORF TOILET TISSUE 3 rolls m REX SLICED BEEF 2-oz. jar 10 c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 cans Jgc No. 1 Grade pEANUT gUTTER VERY DELICIOUS 2-lb. jar 19 c IRIS BRAND CORN FANCY PETITE CORN No. 2 can me PUREE ROSS VITAMIN GOLD MEDAL GALAD DRESSING 72 Pt Qt jar PRODUC^DEPARTMENT— J. M. Smith, Proprietor POTATOEs'IOMS' I I YAMS 6 1k 25 c BEST GRADE—BURBANK or RUSSET | | JUST RIGHT FOR BAKING FINE QUALITY NEW MEXICO . PARSNIPS Young and Tender 3lbs.) (onions Brown or White 3 s * ORANGES Quality Juice 2^ oz -
DIME DINNER AND DANCE SAT. NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 March 1933
DIME DINNER AND DANCE SAT. NIGHT i Members and friends of the newly organized Progressive Citizens alliance in large numbers attended a dime dinner and dance given Saturday evening at Masonic hall, at !N. Figueroa and Ave. 56, by the j women’s council* of the organizaI tlon. Dinner was followed by danc- ( Ing, which lasted until a late hour. The new organization has opened a relief depot at 7155 N. Figueroa It has found it necessary to move its meeting place, due to increasing membership, to the Arroyo 'Seco clubhouse, at 6150 Piedmont street. Meetings are held each second and fourth Thursday evening.