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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 23rd, 24th and 25th 1924 COLORADO BLVD. 1302 YOSEMITE DRIVE "&gt;■ 19' HOMINY, RLC Brand 3 No. 2y 2 cans t PINK SALMON 3 tail cans K CHICKEN OF SEA TUNA 7 oz. cans 2 for 23 c FORREST’S BAKERIES 1924 Colorado, Eagle Rock 415 So. Central Ave. Glendale THURSDAY SPECIALS DATE NUT BREAD Loaf 10c FRESH RHUBARB PIES. Each 19c FRIDAY SPECIALS CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS ... Each 5c HOT CROSS COFFEE CAKES Ea.' 15c SATURDAY SPECIALS BETTY CROCKER S MILK CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE QQc LARGE SIZE ** ** % CAKE 20c ORANGE COFFEE ROLLS doz. 19c FRUIT NUT BREAD....Loaf 10c AGUILAR BROS. 1924 COLORADO BLVD. FREE ORANGES DOZEN M ith Purchase of 13 lbs. POTATOES .... 1 Qc (Idaho Russet) NEW POTATOES ..3 lbs.) SWEET, FULL POD GREEN PEAS .... .2 lbs.) FRESH, MEDIUM SIZE ARTICHOKES 5 for) FRESH CUT, YOUNG. CRISP ASPARAGUS 2 lbs.) FRUIT SPECIALS CRISP WASHINGTON WINESAP APPLES ....7lbs.) 1 0,, INDIO DEGLET NOOR I DATES 2 lbs.)
CAMPFIRE GIRLS SELECT OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
CAMPFIRE GIRLS SELECT OFFICERS At its semi-annual election of officers last Monday, the Hahapahata Campfire group chose the following; President, Faith Hartley; vice-president, Margaret McDowell; secretary, Winifred Ratliff; treasurer, June Cook; pianist, Ruth Fuller; song leaders, Virginia Ratliff and Margaret Halbert; cheer leaders, Ruth Fuller and Bernice Gee. Next Monday, the Hahapahatas will meet at the new home of their guardian, Mrs. Ratliff, at 1249 Hill drive, and will walk to the Eagle' rock to explore the caves. Saturday morning, Mrs. Harold Ide Cruzan and Mrs. Samuel Ratliff will drive the girls to Exposi-1 tion park to see Whistler’s painting | of his mother. They will take their lunches and remain to attend the International Dance Festival of the playground department.
HOLD NOMINATION OF NEW OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
HOLD NOMINATION OF NEW OFFICERS At a special meeting of the Eagle' Rock grammar school P.-T. A. Tues- 1 day morning in the school library, I officers for the coming year were nominated. The regular meeting, to have taken place Tuesday afternoon in the auditorium, was cancelled due to the fact use of school auditoriums is banned until fur- j ther notice by the board of educatin. Those nominated are as follows; President, Mrs. L. H. Moulton; Ist vice-president. Mrs. Montrose' Burrows; 2nd vice-president, Mrs. Edward Luebben; 3rd. vice-president, Mrs. F, B. Caldwell; 4th vice-presi-dent, Miss Knight: sth vice-presi-dent, Mrs. A. D. Long; recording secretary, Mrs. Glenn Miller; corresponding secretary, Mrs. C. P. Llenesch; treasurer, Mrs. R. H. Douglass; parliamentarian, Mrs. J. H. Macdonough. At a board meeting which followed the class in adult education, plans were completed for luncheon Saturday at the home of Mrs. Sylvester Wilder, 2030 Hill drive, when teachers of the schol will be...
ELECTION SOUGHT j BY JUDGE EAGAN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
ELECTION SOUGHT j BY JUDGE EAGAN Judge Ellis A. Eagan, of the municipal court, is a candidate to succeed himself and is receiving strong support in all quarters. He was appointed by former Governor Young as a judge of the Los Angeles municipal court in July, 1930, making him at that time the youngest judge in California., j f • . &lt; Judgfe Eagan • was born in' Los Angeles in January, 1899, and has been a resident of the city ever since. He was educated in the Los Angeles schools and following service in the navy during the war entered U. S. C. law school in 1918, graduating in 1922. In 1925 he became a deputy district attorney, resigning in 1929 to become legal advisor to the mayor, followed by his appointment as municipal judge.
PROTEST MEETING ON LEVY FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
PROTEST MEETING ON LEVY FRIDAY Property owners assessed for the N. Figueroa project is requested to attend a big protest mass meeting Friday at 8 p. m. at Franklin High school, where protest petitions can be signed. This is for the district outside Eagle Rock, as the petitions have been in circulation here for several weeks. President James F. Maloney, of the 14th Councilmanic District, NonPartisan league, will preside, and the following organizations have offerred to co-operate; Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce, Glassel Park Democratic club, Young Peoples Democratic club, Old Timers club, York Valley Tax Payers asso., Eagle Rock Democratic club, and Northeast Democratic club. Councilman E. L. Thrasher has been requested to state his attitude on the assessment. Other speakers will be Deputy City Attorney Arthur W. Nordstrom, Harry Lawson, Attorney C. R. Ogg, and vice pres.of the city planning commission M. J. Bicknell. Secretary John R. Gaudin announces a plan for property owners to a...
GRACE COTA IS HOSTESS FOR ST. PATRICK’S PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
GRACE COTA IS HOSTESS FOR ST. PATRICK’S PARTY An enjoyable 11 mi; wati had at a St. Patrick'* party Friday night at the home of Grace Cota, Guests were: Bob McClay, Scotty Fraser, Art Osborne, Tommy Thompson, Clyde Fox, Vincent Bcharfenberg, Kenny Quinn, Mentor Heubner, Charles Burnett, Phil Brown, Bob Lang. Bob Cottle, Jimmy Watson, Clifford Heubner, Pierre Joerg, Bertha Ouyson, Paula Clarke, June Moberg, Gall Service, Ruth Donnelly, Mary Donnelly, Prances Kirkland and Katherine Johnson.
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
ANTICIPATE YOUR FURNITURE NEEDS NOW PRICES ARE GOING UP Raw materials have already shown an increase. Wages and manufacturer’s cost at this time are being readjusted. We have had advance notice of an immediate increase in the finished product- Our prices will nut advance on our. present stock but as BUY AND SAVE NOW 3-Piece Bed Room Suite in Walnut. • s34*^ VANITY—BED—AND CHEST Box Spring and Inner-spring Mattress.. .$17.85 COLORADO BOULEVARD FURNITURE COMPANY . 2028 : ■ ~ ALbany 0489 , - \ V: " . ,-J Eagle Rock Mrs. J. D. Spence, 2501 Colorado Bird. COMMUNITY BLESSINGS It is not an uncommon thing for an individual to pausb for reflection and feel a deep sense of gratitude for some personal good fortune; but seldom under normal conditions do entire communities think seriously upon these things. Only events such as we have just experienced cause us to stop and count our blessings. Our beautiful Highlands were developed by people of sterling qualities. As a result there have been attr...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
SPARTANtMARKET 4714 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 23rd, 24th, 25th PINK BEANS lbs © &amp; ‘‘■Mr W FOLGER’S COFFEE L b 31 c T He v &lt;-L vou DAYS RAINY FOR Particularly in Foods you must insist upon HIGH STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE. Here, you get the WORLD’S FINEST GROCERIES at LOW PRICES. LENTEN SPECIALS FINE QUALITY. 5 oz. CAN OYSTERS B'/ 2 c NORTH STAR “WEAVER’S FOODS WIN FAVOR WITH PARTICULAR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO SAVE.” SARDINES can 5c IN PURE OLIVE OIL CHOICE PINK MILK MORNING BRAND or GOLDEN STATE Tall Cans.... JQc With Purchase 2 No. 2 l / 2 Cans Standard Tomatoes at Regular Price of can 10c a 1 CHEESE, Whole Milk lb. 16c GOLD SEAL ’ CAKES Assorted Flavors, 2 layers, 20c value E Anl 15 c eTTgS™I COM HONEY. •Superior’. 12 oz 14c I Q a p 27 c ” VA K-/ m rtm * itastst i inn tv i j nn H t mr-r niruirr ® FRESH RANCH D oz 9 C With purchase lb. Orange...
Retiring Royal Matron and Royal Patron and Their Staff of Officers of Eagle Rock Court, Order of Amaranth. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
Retiring Royal Matron and Royal Patron and Their Staff of Officers of Eagle Rock Court, Order of Amaranth. iJJSS; Ri L h&lt; r ßla " Cl : C I°J Ge ? rge Henry ’ Yuto Stice ’ Edith Muellerweiss, Royal Matron Frances Connett, Royal Patron M d ’rn Wilc ® x &gt; ®* s,e T » te . Edna Eee, and Fred Muellerweiss. Center Row—Ethel Pifesser, Mary Kirchner, Anna Marchbury, Ellas Henry, Myrtle Griswold, Rita de Loge, Mane Kusmeicr. Lower Row—Guy Marksbury, Marion Cates, Esther Walker, Alexander Roberts Bertha Roberts, Ida Williams, Daniel Williams, Jeanette Beckett, Pearl Wilkinson.
[STILL TIME FOR I SIGNING PETITION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
[STILL TIME FOR I SIGNING PETITION I r 1 1 Many owners have asked me if R is too late to protest against the Figueroa Assessment. Others discouraged, stated: “What is the use?” Others as, “Must I use any special form?” Paul Jones said: “Don't give up ■the ship!” My advise is fight against Figueroa assessment! Any property owner may file a protest against the unfair amount each lot is assessed, giving lot, block, and tract number, frontage, and the assessment number you will find on card sent owners. This must be filed before Tuesday, March 28, 10 a.m., with city clerk, city hall. Any kind of paper, in your own words. Or bring your notice to meeting Friday 8 p.m., Franklin high school, where regular printed forms will be ready to sign. Remember, no property owner south of 2nd st„ nor those one, block north of Figueroa on Freemont St„ nor those on Broadway,! the next street south of Figueroa 1 St., are assessed any more than many who are five or more miles away. Everybody east of San ...
EAGLE ROCK ORDER AMARANTH INSTALLS OFFICERS MARCH 31 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
EAGLE ROCK ORDER AMARANTH INSTALLS OFFICERS MARCH 31 ■ j Installation of officers for the ensuing year for Eagle Rock court, Order of Amaranth, is to be held , Friday evening, March 31. It will be an open meeting, to which the public is invited. The Order of Amaranth installation ceremony is one of unusual beauty and impressiveness, and elaborate preparations are being made to see that the coming event Is up to the standard of previous similar programs. The address of welcome to the new of- j ' ficers will be made by Leland MeKelvery. I i Installing officers will be: Frances | Connett, royal matron; Austin Griswold, royal patron; Anna Marks-j bury, marshal in east; Blanche J Forsyth, marshal in west; Mathilda I Lemons, prelate; Margaret McKelv--1 ery, musician. ( The program will be as follows: | Entrance of prelate with Bible. I i Entrance of officers of 1933-4. 1 Entrance of flag bearer, Harriet Hale. Eulogy of flag, W. D. Smith, j past grand royal patron. Escort. ! Uncrowning cer...
DEVONA L. BROWN IS BRIDE C OF RICHARD A. HUCKANS 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
DEVONA L. BROWN IS BRIDE C OF RICHARD A. HUCKANS 1 A spring wedding of attractive appointments occured Saturday evei ning, March 18. when Miss Devona L. Brown, youngest daughter of Mr. | and Mrs. John A. Brown, of 5018 ‘ Argus drive, Eagle Rock, became i the bride of Richard A. Huckans. I sen of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Huckj ans. of Hollywood. I The ceremony was performed bv i Rev. James Whitcomb Brougher. cf the First Baptist church. Glendale. , The sing ring service was used. I The bride was attractive in a , gown of dusky pink silk crepe with j slippers and hose to match. She . carried a boquet of pink Columbia I roses, gardenias and sweet peas and I maiden hair fern. i ; After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's i parents and a wedding supper was served for 20. The dining table was prettily arranged with a large wedding cake forming the renter piece and with boquets of sweet I peas on either side. The bride and j groom left Saturday evening on a i short mot...
KITES ARE GIVING WIRE MEN GRIEF [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
KITES ARE GIVING WIRE MEN GRIEF What is so sad as a tangled kite? I “Nothing” might be the answer of | the telephone repairmen who have been dashing around in their moj tor trucks during the past few : weeks clearing “kite trouble.” K. D. Schwab, district manager of the telephone company, said j telephone men agree with boys and girls that kite-flying is a fascinat-; mg sport, but precautions are nec-j essary to avoid injury to the chil-' dren and damage to the electric and telephone services. "Severe shocks or burns resulting from contact of a damp kite string or metal framework with high vol- : tage wires, are among the greatest dangers. In addition, there is a c large variety of other circuit trou- i ! F, Wes traced to captive kites. Last week al] the telephone bells in one I neighborhood started on a siege of , ringing. When answered, nobody was on the line. A snared kite was I causing the ringing. "In another Southern California district where power and telephone : lines occupy...
LISTS BOOKS FOR JUVENILE READING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933
LISTS BOOKS FOR JUVENILE READING Mrs. L. B. Briggs, home service chairman, of the San Rafael P.T.A. - has prepared the following list of books for elementary reading, supplemental to a list issued and published in the Eagle Rock Advertiser some weeks ago: Science and Natural History ANIMALS: Robinson—"Beasts of the Tar Pits.” Lord "Picture Book of Animals ” ( Gosh—"Wonders of the Jungle ” j 2 Vol. Moseley—"Our Wild Animals." Gall—"Wagtail.” Materlinch—"The Child's Life of a Bee,” Fabrc—"lnsect Adventures.” EARTH: Reed—"Tire Earth for Sam." Beebe—"Exploring With Beebe." Putman—"David Goes Avoyaging.” STABS: Lewis—“ Astronomy for Young Folks.” J Griffith—"Stars and Their Stories.” OUTDOORS IN CALIFORNIA: j Clements—"Flowers of Coast and Sierra.” Jepson—"Trees of California.” Wyman and Burnell—"Filed Book of Birds of The Southwestern United States.” OTHER BOOKS; Means —"Candle in the Mist." ; Means —"Ranch and Ring.” Lownsbery—“The Boy Knight of Reines.” Stewart —“Tell Me A True Story....