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VOCAL AND PIANO RECITAL PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

VOCAL AND PIANO RECITAL PLANS A delightful recital of vocal and piano selections was presented Friday night by pupils of Miss Ethel Congdon at the W.C.T.U. Old Ladies’ Home, on Norwalk Ave. Guests of the Home and friends of those presenting the program formed an appreciative audience. < The first number was a piano solo, “Warrior's Song,” by Heller,, played by Lorene Fawcett. Kenneth McComb then sang two numbers, “Reminiscence,” by Ogle and “Sorter Miss You.” by Smith. Other vocal selections included “Bendemeer,” by Gatty, Mrs. Paul Barber; “He Was a Prince,” by Lynes. Dorothy Wehmeier; "The Stranger of Galillee,” by Sturgis, Paul Barber; “Vale,” by Russell, “Who’ll Buy My Violets,” by Terrry and “Rockin’ in the Wind,” by Neidlinger, Mrs. W. P. Truelson; “Can't You Hear Me Calling, Caroline.” by Roma, Kenneth McComb; “Just a Cottage Small,” by Hanley, Mrs. Barber; “Who Knows," by Ball and “Swaying Willows." by Hambler, Robert Prosher; “One Hundred Years from Now,” Dick Na...

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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FATHERS ATTEND SAN RAFAEL P.-T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

FATHERS ATTEND SAN RAFAEL P.-T.A. Fathers of San Rafael visited the monthly meeting of the P.-T.A. last Wednesday evening. An interesting program on recreation was presented. Mr. Bassett showed a film of the playgrounds and recreational facilities of Los Angeles. Mr. Grant, superivsor of playgrounds, told of and inexpensive ways to make amusements in small backyards. Mrs. Copeland, safety chairman, announced that a police man was still on duty at the Colorado and El Verano crossing. Mrs. Weir, health chairman, announced a free picnic for children of pre-school age, held in the Woman's clubhouse. Mrs. Pangerow, correspondent secretary, read a letter from Supt.j Bouelle, telling of precautions taken for the safety of children in school buildings since the earthquake. Mrs. Durst, principal, welcomed the fathers to the school and the P.-T.A. Mrs. Hobson sang “Trees,” in recognition of Arbor day. Community singing was led by Mrs. Jessie Stone . Mi’s. Havens, hospitality chairman, was ass...

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COLLEGE TO HOLD THREE-DAY EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

COLLEGE TO HOLD THREE-DAY EVENT 1 Activities featuring every phase of college life at Occidental and the crowning of the King of the Fools will add to the fun and entertains ment of the second all-college week--end at the college March 31 to April 2. Arrangements are being- • made to house all off-campus stu-r j , dents in the various residences coiiinected with the campus so that the three-day social program will not be interrupted. - During the period, starting Friday morning with a special chapel program, there will be a track banouet at which time track men and basketball lettermen will be introduced; an all-college breakfast in , the sycamore grove on the college , grounds; a police escorted parade to Pomona where the Tigers and . the Sagehens will meet in their [annual encounter on the track: a glee club concert, and a big dance in the College union. Friday evening. all fraternal organizations will have open house in order to show visitors the various scenes of a good! deal of...

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JOHN ANSON FORD SEEKS | EDUCATION BOARD PLACE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

JOHN ANSON FORD SEEKS | EDUCATION BOARD PLACE John Anson Fora, head of the John Anson Ford company for the past 13 years, has announced his candidacy for the board of education. Included among the sponsors are a large number of leading citizens, representing business and professional interests, religious bodies, women's clubs and labor groups. He is a graduate of Beloit cftllege; was a high school teacher of history and economics' for two years

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

CLEANING SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK MEN’S SUITS DRY CLEANED and PRESSED 50‘ PLAIN DRESSES DRY CLEANED and PRESSED 59* We call for and deliver at small additional charge. Minor repairs free. Garments insured. HANSELL & CO. ODORLESS DRY CLEANERS Phone AL. 3084—1363 E. COLO. PROFESSIONAL VAUDEVILLE 7 BIG /o PLAYS * ACTS u MARCH 31, 8 P.M. Dahlia Heights P.-T.A. Child Welfare Benefit EAGLE ROCK HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Adults 25c —: — Children 10c

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

t • : VOX THEATERS, INC. EAGLE ROCK THEATRE I EAGLE ROCK and COLORADO BLVDS. ALbany 1517 15c 300 GOOD SEATS 15c SUNDAY, MONDAY, MARCH 26-27 Slim Summerville and Zasu Pitts in “THEY JUST HAD TO GET MARRIED” AND Joel McCrea, Marian Marsh, Wm. Gargan in “THE SPORT PARADE” 5 DAYS STARTING TUESDAY, MARCH 28 Mae West, “Darling of Broadway,” in “SHE DONE HIM WRONG” -ALSO Pat O’Brien, Merna Kennedy, Gloria Stuart in “LAUGHTER IN HELL” YDSKMI THEATER EAGLE ROCK BLVD. at YOSEMITE AL 5189 15 c 300 SEATS FIRST 17 ROWS 15 c ONE WEEK STARTING SUNDAY, MARCH 26 TWO FEATURES “20,000 YEARS IN SING SING” With Spencer Tracy and Bette Davis and Victor McLaglen, Edmund Lowe, Lupe Valez in “HOT PEPPER” ALSO CHARLIE CHAPLIN’S “FLOOR WALKER” and OSWALD Cartoon YORK BLVD. at AVE. 50 ALbany 5015 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, March 26-27-28 f ,r» “AIR MAIL” with Ralph Bellamy, Gloria Stuart, Slim Summerville and “THE BILLION DOLLAR SCANDAL” with Robert Armstrong, Constace Cummings, Olga Baclonova Wed., Thurs., Fri....

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

Editorial MAKE IT STRONG Formal protest against the assessment, as spread over Northeast Los Angeles, for the N. Figueroa widening and opening, will be presented to the city council Tuesday forenoon, according to schedule. That presentation will be by petition and In person—if opportunity is given —and bids fair to be a momentous occasion. Tuesday’s hearing before the city council is to be the climax of a! period of industrious effort to bring the affected property owners in Eagle Rock into an imposing array against the flat assessment of $7.50 per 50 foot lot for this district, and In fact for all of Northeast Los Angeles except the property directly fronting upon the street. It has been a period when all property J owners have shown a keen interest in the efforts to secure justice from the city in the matter of the levy. In fact it is apparent that property ; owners are practically unanimous against the proposal. . With petitions bearing thousands of names to be presented, and wit...

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Uncle Sid Says: [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

Uncle Sid Says: It looks like it is going to be a case of the power of mind over matter—the mind in the White House and the matter in congress. Speaking of mind, if the proper frame of mind means anything then this country is set for a quick comeback.

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TRADE WITH HOME MERCHANTS VITAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

TRADE WITH HOME MERCHANTS VITAL ' (Copywrlght toy G.G. System) The chief argument in favor of home trade is the fact that it not only rebounds to the benefit of all residing in the adjacent trade territory which is a part of every community but pays in dollars and cents. Every dollar sent away to build up business in some big city! 1? Just that much taken away from I the resources of the home community. If people will only figure up the incidental costs and conveniences occasioned by sending out of town for anything that can be purchased in their home town they will readily see that it pays to trade at home. It is customary to ignore such items, but they are there Just the same and are part of the cost of the goods that, are purchased in that manner. For instance, the cost of i a trip to the city, hotel bill, time ! wasted away from employment, 'goods brought home that are not { really needed, higher prices actually paid for the goods on account of' the stupendous overhead of the bi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

Kodak Film r Developing and' Printing There’s a Reason Why Sager’s Do Most of the Kodak Finishing in Eagle Rock. Let us do your next roll and you too will know the Reason Quality at the same reasonable prices. —SAGER’S—- — Stationery & Gifts At the Circle Eagle Rock

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

il Asks sneering Pilate. Hear the answer of the Christian. —At— EAGLE ROCK LUTHERAN CHURCH Maywood, and Chickasaw Ares WEDNESDAY EVENING 8 P. M. The Vested Choir Will Sing Butler’s Garage 4953 Eagle Rock Blvd. OPENING SPECIALS BRAKES RELINED 75c Per Wheel PLUS MATERIAL COST * T i CYLINDERS REBORED New lightweight pistons, wrist pins and rings, valves ground, bearings adjusted. New gaskets and oU, complete tune-np and car greased— Per Cylinder $7.75 Rio Grande Gas & Oil This is No. 3 of a series of messages appearing in windows of Eagle Rock stores, a new one each week. DOES YOUR MONEY COME BACK TO YOU When you spend your money out of town, when you patronize stores in other cities, or buy from mail order houses, your money never comes back. Money spent away will never be used for the betterment of your home town. Money spent here stays here—it circulates r ::v and is used for yoy. The profits of our merchants are spent here. - Are you sending your money away where it—or ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

DRIVE IN MARKET 4T14 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. R. N. WEAVER. Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS ON SALE MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27th, 28th, 29th ’ CUB BRAND COFFEE Pound .... 10c FRESH GROUND QUAKER OATS Lge. Pkg. \2 C © youf Dollar It is easy to become A STEADY CUSTOMER OF WEAVER’S. It seems to come natural for women to deal where they jet High Quality ALWAYS AND SAVE MONEY EVERY WEEK. “WEAVER’S FOODS WIN FAVOR WITH PARTICULAR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO SAVE.” DOG FOOD, Marco or Skippy can 5c CATSUP, Heinz... .large bottle 15c Peanut Butter, Gldn West 2 lb jar 23c Tomato Soup, Ritter Brand 2 cans 9c Olive Oil, Heinz Imported, 8-oz btl 29c Morton’s Salt, lod. or Reg 2 pkgs 15c Honey, Mountain Brand 5 lb. can 35c PEACHES 2 No. 2% cans 29c IBIS. IN EXTRA HEAVY SYRUP. PEAS, ungraded.... 2 No. 2 cans 19c Toilet Tissue, 1000 sh. rls, 3 rolls 10c Mayonnaise, Gld Mdl x k pt 15c pt. 29c Cleanser, Light Houser.. 3 cans 10c FREE—B-OZ. PKG/ GOLD MEDAL MA...

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SCHOOL BOOK ON SALE THIS WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

SCHOOL BOOK ON SALE THIS WEEK Interesting and novel plans for Eagle Rock high school’s annual, j “the Totem,” have brought students to the point of anxiously waiting i for the new edition to go on sale this week. Artistically the book is one of the best. The looseleaf cover, which will hold the records of one’s en- 1 tire high school career, is brown with gold lettering. This, together! with the blending shades of brown,' cream and dull orange in the book, as well as the clever prints and : pictures of the campus, make the book as attractive as any yet offered. Athletics are given splendid write ups, with results of all contests. Complete records of events of the last term are included, and also all records of student activities and organizations. Pictures of organizaed groups are clear and every per-! Son in each picture is identified. The good points of previous annuals combined with new and novel features make up the new Totem. ,

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DOHERTY PUSHING COUNCIL CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

DOHERTY PUSHING COUNCIL CONTEST Tom Doherty, councllmanic aspirant In the 14th district, was calling on Eagle Rock friends Friday, which he characterized as: “Just paying my regular visit.” He emphasized his hope that “every man might have a job.” He feels a keen sympathy for those in need, and voiced his determination to give full support to the unemployment relief. Mr. Doherty made a careful study of the N. Figueroa assessment protest, and pledged his coopera-i tion, declaring he believed the time: has. Come when the major traffic arteries, connecting cities and towns, should be financed by the state in construction and deveopment. He commented freely on the whole-hearted community spirit of Eagle Rock “so ably fostered and aided by your secretary of the ' Chamber of Commerce."

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SCHOOL FACULTY GUESTS OF P.-T.A [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

SCHOOL FACULTY GUESTS OF P.-T.A Members of the faculty of Eagle Rock elementary school were charmingly entertained by the executive board of the P.-T.A. Saturday with luncheon and bridge, at the home of Mrs. Sylvester Wilder, 2030 Hill drive. About 40 were present, including C. W. Preston, principal. Following a delicious plate luncheon Charles Gallagher of El Monte, radio performer, who has sung for the Kiwanis club, sang several selections, accompanied by Mrs. Montrose Burrows. A motion picture, furnshed by a large dairy was shown, with Clifford Kenworthy, a graduate of the Eagle Rock school, making a few explantory remarks. Following this, bridge was played. Many attractive prizes were awarded. Mrs. Wilder was assisted by a committee of board members.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

SPECIAL (FOR ONE WEEK ONLY) PANAMA HATS (TEAMED & BLOCKED 7Qc Studio Cleaners 1588 COLORADO BOULEVARD

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