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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

pi cE LY WICCLy p| OIS'ftJIQUTION WITHOUT,vVASTG: These prices and deals effective Friday, March 24 and Saturday, March 25, in all or our stores within thirty-five miles of Los Angeles. CORN "SST Tender Country Gentleman com in reclusive Stokely goli O NO. 2 OB O TINS ;o!3en enamel lined cam POTATOES LT. S. No. 1 Idaho Russets. This price effective Friday and Saturday only with purchase of 50c or more of fresh fruits and vegetables. Limit 1 potato deal. Potatoes alone, sold at the regular price. 10^1 STOKELY’S Delicatelv flavored, stringles KIDNEY CUT NO. 2 BEANS TIN QC Delicately flavored, stringless cut beans. Buy before price increases come. BEANS ff) NO. 2 af m STOKELY’S TINS XS C Hand-picked especially for fine flavor and appetizing appearance. Stock up now. gHI A TJT TJ 1 T VI C. SUCCOTASH OBP 91UIV XL L X O 2 NO. 2 TINS c Stokely’s selected lima beans and tender corn in a most satisfying blend. BUTTER La France at Safeway—Sunset Gold at Piggly Wiggly. Priced for Friday and Sa...

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

AIvIrIiSeR A Cbmmunity News and Shopping Digest ▼oi. 5; No. 78 1620 Colorado Blvd. ALbany 3068 Monday, March 27, 1933 Eagle Reck, Calif. Published Monday and Thursday

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[Auto Caravan Will Back North Figueroa Protest HES»L*.'r Crowd to Tell Council Views On Assessment [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

[Auto Caravan Will Back North Figueroa Protest HES»L*.'r Crowd to Tell Council Views On Assessment Moving by auto caravan upon the city hall, a crowd of property owners that may number as many as 1000 will face the city councilman Tuesday, when they are scheduled to take up for hearing protests on N. Figueroa assessment for widening and opening. There will be plenty of protests. While no figures were available, it was estimated that there are at least 4000 signatures, representing virtually all of the property in Eagle Rock, on petitions which have been in circulation in this community for the last few weeks. Other protests are to be filed by other districts, including Glassell Park and Highland Park and the York Blvd. section, The motor caravan Tuesday morning is to leave Eagle Rock at 8:30 a.m. Those who lack means ol transportation are to meet at the Eagle Rock city hall, and places will be found for them in the , -iiiOofc 'to should be on hand early. Plans are for the auto parad...

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“Crucifixion” Is' To Be Sung Tuesday Night [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

“Crucifixion” Is' To Be Sung Tuesday Night f ■ ; Presenting celebrated soloists and [ directors, and musical groups of f. I*Wely known reputation, the Eagle Rock community chorus, with five Other choruses and choirs assisting, yrtll ■ sing John Stainer’s “Crucifixion,” Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, at the Eagle Rock high • Wheel auditorium. This will be the first community event attempted since its organization. Frank Purseli, director, will extend the guest baton to Herbert C, Tovey, musical director for the Bible institute and who will bring the Kola a’capella choir. Mr. Purseli. first baritone soloist at St. Paul’s Episcopal cathedral, last week won the honor of first place in the young artists musical contest of the California division of the Federation of music clubs. In San Pran■tioeo, winning first place In the California contest. Mr. rogsgtalS IW. ‘'Glory Road” by Wolfe, and "It is Enough” from “Elijah.” ' j Other soloists will include Albert Kuechel, tenor, and Bradford Mo...

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AID PROVIDED ON EMPLOYMENT WORK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

AID PROVIDED ON EMPLOYMENT WORK Mrs. Allin, of Linda Rosa Ave., has been assigned by the county bureau of employment stabilization as an assistant to Secretary Chas. A. Butler, of the Chamber of Commerce, registrar in the Eagle Rock district for unemployed. The assistant was assigned to the local office because of its importance and because of the large amount of work required in connection with staballzation employment in the immediate future, it was stated. In the last week about 300 men have been given employment under the stabilization program. Within a short time the local work project, the storm drain on Eagle Rock Blvd., is to be under way, calling for a considerable number of men. In addition new calls are planned by the stabilization bureau. All of this will entail a great deal of work, and it was felt that an assistant was needed by Mr. Butler. In the past he has bad only volunteer help.

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* CHICK WITH FOUR LEGS, 9 9 FOUR WINGS, ONE HEAD 9 9 IS HATCHED IN E. R. 9 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

CHICK WITH FOUR LEGS, FOUR WINGS, ONE HEAD IS HATCHED IN E. R. Harry Fobes, well known poultryman of 1454 Yosemite drive, has a freak chicken, hatched from a pure blood Rhode Island red egg from his poultry yards. It was almost an entirely double chick. There were four legs, four wings, two neck vertebrae, but only one head. Among biologists and others to whom he displayed it, the chick attracted a great deal of attention. It was declared it was not hatched from a double yolked egg. It was preserved at Occidental college, will be used in the class at the high school on Wednesday, and after that will be on display at the EaglileRock Feed & Fuel Co. store.

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Finish Tryouts For The Parts h Comic Opera [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

Finish Tryouts For The Parts h Comic Opera ResUfta of tryouts for the "Pirates of Penzance,” a Gilbert and i Sullivan comic opera, to be preI sented May 11, 12, and 13, by Eagle [ Rock high school students in the school auditorium, show two people for each part. They will compete until a month before the showing of the opera, when one of the two will be chosen for the production. Those chosen from the preliminary tests are the following: Frederic, pirate apprentice, Melvin Cooney, and Gordon Travers; Mable General Stanley’s daughter, Virginia Turner and Dorothy Hadley; | Richard, pirate chief, Ben Nunn I and James Miller; Samuel, his lieu-j tenant, Burns Cash and George i Lawson: General Stanley of the British army. Bob Mac Donald; j Edwards, sergeant of police, Lorenzo Hlghley. Other daughters of Gen-| eral Stanley are Kate, Doris Murdock and Hazel Regie; Edith, Char- I lene Dyckman and Helen Mary | Campbell: Ruth, piratical maid of, all work, Dorothea Cash and Mary I Alyce Kirk.

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BUILDING LEASE!) BY AUTO DEALER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

BUILDING LEASE!) BY AUTO DEALER John Neuschaefer, well known auto dealer of the north part of the Los Angeles district and in Glendale, has leased the Dr. John C. Shedd property on Colorado Blvd. at El Rio, and will begin moving In today. Mr. Neuschaefer has secured the , Wlllys-Overland and Willys Knight ! agency for the Eagle Rock district, it is reported, and will enter the sales field here with these popular cars. In addition he will install up-to-date machinery for a modern and fully equipped service and repair department, it is stated. The lease was handled for both parties by H. I. DeVol, well known realtor of Eagle Rock. Mr. Neuschaefer is well known in both the Highland Park district, where he has been in business, and also in Glendale, where he was located for some time.

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Local Club Is Host to Party of 300 Women [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

Local Club Is Host to Party of 300 Women Guests and members of the Women’s 20th Century club, numbering almost 300, gathered Thursday at the women’s clubhouse in Eagle Rock to honor California Day and also Reciprocity Day. Guests included state and district chairmen, Mrs. Charles McKelvey, district federation president, and members of the district board, and club presidents from throughout the district. They were ushered into clubrooms transformed into a veritable garden of flowers, the California poppy and wild lilac mingled with other wild flowers. The luncheon tables held as a landscape centerpiece running the full length and showing the road to California in the days of the gold rush, with covered wagons at various stages of the journey and scenery of cactus and sage brush and golden rocks at the various “mines.” All were impressed with the Ingenuity of the desgln. A miniature cock, replica of the Eagle Rock, was placed in front of Mrs. McKelvey’s place at table. Each -guest rec...

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Hunting Names In Advts. Now Popular Sport [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

Hunting Names In Advts. Now Popular Sport More popular than cross-word | puzzles seems to be the general verdict on the sport of hunting for names, hidden in advertisements in the Thursday editions of the Eagle Rock Advertiser. Each of the 10 persons whose names are hidden in the advertisements is entitled to a gift of two of the best adult tickets j at either the Eagle Rock, Yosemite j or York theaters, absolutely free.! So the sport of looking for the | names may be profitable—is to the! 10 at any rate. Reports coming to merchants and | to the office of the Eagle Rock Ad- ] vertiser show that already a very I lively interest is being taekn, all | over Eagle Rock, in the gift this j newspaper is making each week, through arrangement with the arrangement with the theaters and with the courtesy of the merchants, of 20 free tickets. Those whose names appeared last Thursday, and the advertisements in which they were hidden were: Mrs. B, Finkelstein, Campbell | Electric Co. Mrs. E. C. F...

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9 SAID ONE SCOT: “I’LL 9 9 OFFER IT;” SAID THE 9 SECOND SCOT: ‘T’LL BUY 9 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

9 SAID ONE SCOT: “I’LL 9 9 OFFER IT;” SAID THE 9 SECOND SCOT: ‘T’LL BUY 9 In his advertisement in the Eagle Rock Advertiser last Thursday, J. D. Kilty, dry goods merchant, advertised a “49c window.” Among other things in the window was a fine wool blanket, worth $8.50. “I’ll put it in, and see how long it takes for someone to grab it,” said Mr. Kilty. The blanket remained in the window until Friday noon, though many people had stopped to look, and a large number of items had been sold. It remained for another Scot to act. “I'll buy it,” he announced, and did.

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Popular Stars On Program In E. R. on Friday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

Popular Stars On Program In E. R. on Friday 1 1 Vaudeville Friday at the Eagle I 1 Rock High school auditorium, is I I attracting much attention because E , of its variety oi a»i.i actions. Keiß. ■ j Cook and Rots Henderson are prov--11 ing themselves quite professional jin their parts as leading charac- ! [ ters in a comedy playlet, “The Boy j j Comes Home.” They are supported 1 ; by Constance Casoli, Rose Korden- i I brock and Dorys Clark. Lucille Bailey, talented entertainer! I and teacher of music and elocution lis directing the show for the i j Dahlia Hts. P.T.A. child welfare. She has on the program many na- j mes, well known because of their I radio, stage and screen popularity. | Some of these are Matt Martin, of I : Orpheum fame, Barbara McClay, i 1 Fanchon-Marco and Fox Films, 1 dancer; the colonial trio, who have;' furnished real music over the radio; j a radio male quartett “The Four 1 Octaves," and there is a promise l! of the KMTR “Covered Wagon i 1 Serenaders”, if the...

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LIVING COSTS IN JAPAN ARE HIGH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

LIVING COSTS IN JAPAN ARE HIGH That living costs are rather high is shown by a letter Miss Olive Jacque has just received from Mrs. Sekiyama, who formerly conducted a market in Eagle Rock, and who returned with her daughter to Japan some, months ago, following the death of her husband. Her letter in part follows; "The Chichibu Maru rocked very badly on the trip, and we got very sea sick, so we did not feel so good. After we arrived in Japan the water did not suit, so then we had a very hard time, especially Voshika (her daughter) who got chicken pox soon after New Year, and then pneumonia. We had a bad time so long, but she is all right now. "Here (Sumaku Kobe) the weather is not so cold like the north part of Japan, but the sun does not shine so much. We love tire bright sun- Shine all the time in California. Oranges, apples, grapefruit and everything are so high we can’t taste oranges now. Here are some of the prices here: One Sunkist orange 50c About 50c a dozen in Eagle Rock. On...

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TWO ARRESTED AS COUNTERFEITERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

TWO ARRESTED AS COUNTERFEITERS Beware of “bad" half dollars, Is the warning from the police by officers of the Highland Park station, following the arrest Friday of two assented counterfleters, Lloyd Perryman and George Drumond, at 2035 North Figueroa street. Dies and a quantity of counterfeit half dollars, said by police to be excellent imitations, except in their weight, were seized. The men who are said to have confessed, were turned over to federal authorities. Perryman, said to have been the originator of the plan, told police that he and his accomplice had been operating only a short time. Police, however, stated they believed a number of the bod coins were in circu.lation in Southern California.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

BROTHERS STORE N0.4 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27th, 28th and 29th COFFEE g“ HILLS BROS, Red lb. 32c BROS Blue ft. 25c . pkg Ib. 18c AMERICAN MAID BLEACH .. big btl 8c BLACKEYE PEAS 3 lbs. 12c Grapefruit Juice, Del Monte, 2 No. 2 cans 25c MILK 3 cans 10 c MT. VERNON or BANNER WITH PURCHASED CAN LIMIT STRING BEANS No. m tin Ifo PEACHES, Tropic Brand, No. tin 10c CHEESE grated....pkg.xqc AMERICAN BORDEN FREE—Pkg. Gold Medal Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles FREE—Wisk Closet Brush—with purchase of—cans MELO OK c Maker AM Water, Rain Water “ ** 1C AT T CRYSTAL DIAMOND M-LV U X PLAIN or lODIZED 2 packages.. x5 c Campbell’s Pork & Beans can 2 C With Purchase of " / 1 Bar OLIVE CASTILE SOAP 5c BUCKWHEAT FLOUR .... lb. bag 9 fic 100% PURE PEACOCK V Best Foods MAYONNAISE Qt. 49c; Pt. 29c YOUR CHOICE BERRIES No 2 tin 15 c Strawberries, Gooseberries, Blueberries, Blackberries Red Raspberries THE NATURAL WAY T...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

PERSONAL Joe Haben, well known tailor, of, 5119 Eagle Rock Blvd., who has! ' been 111 for the last two weeks, was removed to a Glendale hospital Thursday. It Is expected he will be out of the hospital early this -wf municipal court of Los Angeles. s{k>ke to the Occidental college student-body Friday in chapel. His 1 topic was “The Municipal Courts.”, Judge Landreth was a member of! the class of T3 of Occidental and is at present a member of the board of trustees of the college. Greek letter houses of Occidental college campus entertained at their annual inter-fraternity prom Saturday at the Los Angeles Elks club. Faculty men were the honored, guests. Arrangements for the dance were under Jim Carney, inter-fra-ternity president, assisted by Art Buell, Bill Orr, B. Ballard and Charles Hirt of the fraternityl council. A successful Lenten tea and fashion show was given last Tuesday! afternoon at St. Barnabas rectory. A large number of women attended j and viewed with enjoymen...

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PHILHARMONIC HEARD IN TSCHAIKOWSKY CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

PHILHARMONIC HEARD IN TSCHAIKOWSKY CONCERT (By Elvin Lankford) With a sparkling all-Tschaikow-sky program that fairly dazzled the large audience with its splendor Sunday, March 19. Dr. Rodzinski carried the Philharmonic orchestra to new heights. The interest of the highly appreciative audience never waned for a minute throughout the entire program. TsChaikowsky’s “Romeo and Juliet” fantasie opened the program. Jan Cherniavsky, soloist of the afternoon, wove a spell for the listener as he played Tschaikowsky’s B-flat minor Concerto. The soul of the composer was protrayed by the pianist. Each movement brought a great round of applause, and with the conclusion of the 'brilliant fi- . nale. Pianist Cherniavsky was not ' released until he had returned six | time* 'to the spotlight. For the second half of the unusual program. Conductor Rodzinski led the orchestra in a spirited rendition of the great Russian’s Fourth Symphony. All the ecstatic joy and infinite devotion put into the splendi...

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STAMP COLLECTORS CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

STAMP COLLECTORS CONTEST Stamp collectors of the Los Angeles playgrounds will compete for honors in the first annual Playground Stamp Exhibition. The competition will be open to all ages, with three classes of entries for youngsters under 18 years and the fourth for persons over 18. Gold, silver, and bronze medallions will be the awards. Anyone may enter his exhibit prior to April 3 at the nearest Los Angeles municipal playground.

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Taking Up Room [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

Taking Up Room Passenger (carrying many large bundles); “Is this my bus?” Conductor; “Well, anyone would think scf.”

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