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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

—BILLIE BIRD MARKET—SPECIALS FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27^-28—29 WE RESERVE THE t MILK LAMB HALBERTS OWNED—NO LIMIT ON QUALITY EASTERN PORK MILK VEAL FRESH GUT SPARE ! ' RIBS lb -10 c PORK CHOPS 111 12‘ c FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER lb. 10 c 3 Pounds for 25c FANCY BABY STEER POT ROAST lb l2'« MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN FOR GOOD HOME MADE SALADS We Carry a Complete Line of Sea Foods We carry only Steer Baby Beef Tender and Juicy Every Purchase Guaranteed or Your Money Back Luer’s Hygrade WIENERS lb.) CONEYS lb.) BOLOGNA lb.) 100% PURE , , PORK SAUSAGE lb. 19V2C NO CEREALS. OCR OWN MAKE Can Be Made Cheaper But Not Better LEAN STEER BEEF lb 15' Ciit from Chuck Steer Beef 15c LEAN EASTERN BACON lk ls c SLICED—NO RIND FORREST’S BAKERY AGUILAR BROTHERS COMBINATION SALE 8 w«™ ORANGES ni. SWEET JUICY JUICE / I I POUND DATES for SOFT DEGLET NOOR - VEGETABLE SALE FANCY LARGE . ? ‘ ‘ , * S'" ? i ‘’ 4 ARTICHOKES 3 for) NEW STRAWBERRY . „ , RHUBARB 4 lbs.) YOUNG, SWEET FULL POD PEAS.......

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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MISS MORLEY AND DAN W. GATES WED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

MISS MORLEY AND DAN W. GATES WED Two of Eagle Rock’s popular young people, Miss Corda Gwendolyn Morley, daughter of Mrs. C. C. Morley, and Daniel W. Gates, son of Judge and Mrs. Walter S. Oates, were married Sunday noon at the Eagle Rock Christian church, immediately following the service, with the Rev. Paul Barber officiating. The bride, beautiful in trailing gown of white taffeta, with a veil of real Irish point lace and carrying a bouquet of white sweet peas and llllies of the valley, was escorted to the wedding archway by her father. The bridal pair stood beneath this floral arch, from which was suspended a bell of white carnations. On either side were lighted tapers in massive antique candle sticks which graced a monastery in Italy 300 years ago. The bride was attended by Margaret Benger, a schoolmate. She was also attired in white and carried sweet peas. Forrest Aiken acted as best man, and Jean Gates, sister of the groom, celebrated her Bth birthday by acting as flower girl. ...

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HEALTH TEACHER OF E. R. TO WED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

HEALTH TEACHER OF E. R. TO WED The course of-true love may be interrupted, but eventually all difficulties will be surmounted, and so, sometime in April will occur the delayed wedding of Mrs. Mattie Crawford, founder of the School of Science and Philosophy and health exponent. Some of her followers were termed "nudists” by scandalized Highland Park residents who saw the scantily attired health seekers disembark from cars about 4 a, m. and start for a run in the hills one morning last fall, and reported to police. The bridegroom, Samuel Bellamy, an engineer, will share in the work of*leadership of the school, according to Miss Marie Applegate, of the “school,” who verified the report, the couple were to have been married early in March, but the earthquake and "other difficulties” made postponement necessary.

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“FOOL”EVENTS AT DANCE SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

“FOOL”EVENTS AT DANCE SATURDAY Dance patrons will attend the next dance of the Eagle Rock American Legion auxiliary at their own risk, for it is to take place on Saturday evening, April 1, at Verdugo playgrounds. The comittee in charge announces anything may be expected to happen, for, as 1 everyone knows, it will 'be April Fool’s day. Special surprise entertainment features are being arranged by the dance chairman, Mrs. Ida Anderson, and Mrs. Ethel Sauter, president of the unit. All who enjoy dancing are Invited. Tickets will be available at the door.

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COMMITTEE HEADS FOR CAMERA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

COMMITTEE HEADS FOR CAMERA CLUB The Foothill Pictorialists met last Tuesday evening at the home of j Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Kryeser, 1235 i Cedaredge Ave, Eagle Rock. President James Giridlian discussed plans for the ensuing year and appointed chairmen for various committees. Mrs. Paul W. |McFarlane, 1323 Linda Rosa Ave., Eagle Rock, an artist and writer as well as a camera enthusiast, is chairman of the program committee. Members are anticipating educational features to be offered at each meeting. There will be lantern slides and talks by authorities on the finer points of the many phases of photography. : Members also will profit by the I criticisms which their prints will receive from professional critics and fellow Pictorialists. One of the major aims of the club is to promote appreciation of \ artistic photography and encourage ' r ! amateur “shutter-clickers” to higher Ideals in their prints and to beJ come amateur photographers ft this end exhibitions of artistic { photographic ...

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APPROVE LIST OF MOTION PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

APPROVE LIST OF MOTION PICTURES Mrs. Fleming, motion picture chairman of San Rafael P.-T. A., announced the following list of approved pictures: “The King’s Vacation.” “Cheyenne Kid.” “The Face In the Sky.” "Hello Everybody.” "The Mysterious Rider.” "Lawyer Man.” “Smoke Lightning.” “The Conquerors.” “Hard to Care.” “Little Orphan Annie.” “The Penquin Pool Murder.” "You Said a Mouthful.”

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

TRY ADVERTISER CLASSIFIED ADS THE ENGELS HAVE MOVED now better prepared for all kinds of AUTO REPAIR Now Located At PIERCE SERVICE STATION Eagle Reck Blvd. at Merton It is not an uncommon thing for an individual to pause 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 attracted to our midst a high type of citizenry and fine institutions, all of which have brought about general moral standards that seldom, if ever, are excelled in a community at large. It is true that of late a considerable number of our people have been less fortunate, but they have accepted their condition uncomplainingly. This spirit, coupled with the many evidences of helpfulness and neighborliness on all ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE— Classified Advertisements 2 Personal Business Lawn and Garden Work—Lawn mowers sharpened and adjusted. Work guaranteed. Called for and del. AL. 4188. 2tT23ci JOBBING CARPENTER Wants’ work. All work guaranteed. Rates reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avocal tf26c i DRESSMAKING and remodeling— Former employees of leading shops in Beverly Hills and Pasadena. Silk and wool dresses, $4., $5; cotton, $1., $1.50; children's’ 50c, 75c, AL. 9871. 1400 Cedar Edge. tf20c Lawn Renovating , Power Machine. Landscape Gardening. Excavating. Grading. Haul-! ing. Top Soil and Decomposed| Granite. I A. NELSON AL. 2622 918 N. Arc. 50 AL. 9241 { 3 Situations Wanted RELIABLE WOMAN wants day work. Laundry or cleaning. Call mornings. AL. 5723. Mtfl3c YOUNG MAN wants painting or Garden work. A-l Refs. AL. 2881 tflcl 5 For Rent—Furn. HOUSES—FOR RENT —Unfurnished 7 rooms. I Garage. 1027 El Paso drive. $2O. CRestview 6555. tf27c FOR RENT —$32.00 per mo. Modern 6 room bungalow. Woul...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

8 Real Estate FOR SALE—6 rm. Stucco, newly painted. N. of Colp. 3 bedrooms. Hdwood floors. Like new. Real fireplace. Lot 50x220. $5OO cash. Bal. like rent. Mtg. $2OOO. Two years to go. GL. 5305. 1t27« 11 For Sale FOR SALE—Davenport table, odd chairs, floor lamp, hand painted hanging, desk, odorless gas heater, AL. 9257. 1517 Rock Glenn, Glendale. It27c

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 March 1933

L 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. PHONE: CLEVELAND €9516 BUY AMERICAN—BUY IN EAGLE ROCK BUY CALIFORNIA PRODUCTS Specials for Mon., Tues., Wed., March 27, 28, and 29 CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT INDEPENDENTLY OWNED—NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY 1r 4 \t>o rDATFDV we reserve, the right to YAiIU lltiUtUtU LIMIT QUANTITIES EXTRAS, LARGE, STRICTLY FRESH F 1 fl G dozen 15® V* vJ kJ (LIMIT 2 DOZEN) Chase & Sanborn COFFEE lb. 29c Suburban Brand TOMATOES 4No 2 x /i cans 25c Whole Wheat FIG BARS.. 3 lbs. 25c Val-Vita TOMATO SAUCE .... 3 cans 10c Mission Black FIGS, bulk lb. 5c Quality Brand CORN BEEF 2—12 oz. cans 25c SUN MAID PUFFED RAISINS ft California RICE 3 lbs. 10c WALDORF TOILET TISSUE Broils 10c Doyle’s or Bozo DOG FOOD tall can 5c SHREDDED WHEAT 2 pkgs. 19c Pride o’West COFFEE, fresh ground lb. 17c MARGARINE--2-JL* 15 Philadelphia Cream CHEESE,.... 3 pkgs. 25c Carnation or M&M Pet MILK, 3 tall cans 14c Bee Farm HONEY.. 5 lb. pail 37c Fanning’s Bread & Butte...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933

A EAGLE ROCK W\ DVERTISEK A Community News and Shopping Digest VoL 5; No. 79 1620 Colorado Bird. ALbany 2068 Thursday. March 30, 1933 Eagle Rock, Calif. Published Monday and Thursday

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Postpone North Figueroa Assessment Six Months CITY COUNCIL PUTS OFF ACTION AND PROMISES RELIEF ON LEVY Hearing of Protests on Big Assessment Scheme Draws Crowd That Fills Council Chambers —Hope for State Funds on Project [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933

Postpone North Figueroa Assessment Six Months CITY COUNCIL PUTS OFF ACTION AND PROMISES RELIEF ON LEVY Hearing of Protests on Big Assessment Scheme Draws Crowd That Fills Council Chambers —Hope for State Funds on Project Pinal action upon the proposed assessment in Eagle Rock and the rest of Northeast Los Angeles, for opening and widening N. Figueroa St., was set over Tuesday by the city council for six months, until Tuesday, Sept. 26. This action was taken following a protest hearing Tuesday forenoon by the council which was attended by about 500, property owners, completely filling the council chamber. The action was not taken until after there had been considerable oratory, both by members of the council and by members of the protesting delegation. The discussion supplemented the submission of j protest petitions representing about 7000 pieces of property. The proI test grew out of the proposal of the I city assessment bureau to assess I all property except that immediately facin...

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More Names In Advts., Each To Get A Ticket [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933

More Names In Advts., Each To Get A Ticket There are 10 more names hidden in as many advertisements in this edition of the Eagle Rook Advertiser. Each of these names, when found entitles the owner to two of the best adult tickets to either the Eagle Rock, Yosemite or York theaters. All that is necessary is to go to the place of business in whose advertisement your name appears, identify yourself and the order for the tickets will be given you absolutely free. There is no obligation. The merchant will be glad to present the ticket order to , you. Each week 10 names appear in as many advertisements. Others are enjoying the sport of looking for j them, and others have enjoyed the | use of the tickets, for the best shows are being presented at the three theaters. Your name may be one of them this week, or one of your friends. If not this week, then it may come next week.

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HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY NIGHT Dahlia Heights P.T.A. Is Sponsoring Event, When Popular Entertainers Will Appear. Big Crowd Expected at Benefit Event [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933

HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE SHOW AT HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY NIGHT Dahlia Heights P.T.A. Is Sponsoring Event, When Popular Entertainers Will Appear. Big Crowd Expected at Benefit Event What promies to be unusually high class entertainment will be offered at a vaudeville program to be presented at the Eagle Rock high school auditorium tomorrow evening. The curtain is to go up on the first act at 8 o’clock, and it is expected it will be before a crowd that will fill the big school auditorium to capacity. The show, which will feature professional performers, will be pressented under sponsorship of the Dahlia Heights P.-T. A. Funds raised by the show are to go to the organization’s child welfare work. According to the announcement there will be seven big acts and two plays. Judging from advance information each of the acts, including the plays, is well worth the price of admission. Among others to be heard on the program will be Senora Carmen Garcia, coloratura soprano, and Senor Jose de Sandozequi...

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No Damage By Quake, Report [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933

No Damage By Quake, Report That parents need have no anxiety over the condition of the Eagle Rock elementary school is the as‘sifrahce given this week by C. W. Preston, principal, following the reports received from the board of education engineering department. The auditorium has not yet been inspected. The entire structure, including the old section fronting on Caspar ave., as well as the new Fair Park biulding, withstood the earthquake shock without damage. All school auditoriums are being subjected to rigorous inspection. The Eagle Rock grammar school auditorium was scheduled to be inspected last week-end, and the janitor was kept on duty both Saturday and Sunday, but the inspection was delayed. It is felt by school authorities here that the inspection will show the auditorium to be entirely safe and undamaged. No school structure here has shown any damage from the earthquake. People from other parts of the city and surrounding cities have begun a general move toward the foothil...

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KIWANIAN LADIES NIGHT AT SAUGUS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933

KIWANIAN LADIES NIGHT AT SAUGUS Eagle Rock Kiwanians and their wives and daughters will be guests of the Saugus Kiwanis club at an inter-club ladies night this evening. It is expected a large part of the membership of the Eagle Rock club, accocmpanied by their wives, will attend. The evening will begin with a dinner. to be served at 7o'clock, and will be followed by a program that gives promise of being exceptional. The address of the evening will be by Dr. Osgood Hardy of Eagle Rock. | Jerry Boltinhotise will lead the sing- | ing, and Mrs. Nan Custer will play the accompaniments. For those unable to attend ar- ' rangements will be made to register] at noon today at the Masonic temple, Eagle Rock.

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—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933

—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) Eileen's letter continued. The birth of a new civilization. Will you my fellow citizens help to make this THE GREATEST COUNTRY ON EARTH? Cries of we will —You are all right came from the crowd, and then Jack said—All in favor of establishing the Co-opera-tive Commonwealth say Aye, and a roar of Ayes went up from thousands of throats; there was no need to call for the noes for the response was unanimous. I will not attempt to tell all that was done that day towards establishing economic justice on Earth A committee of twelve was agreed upon to formulate a plan of government. Five of the committee were chosen by Jack and five by Red Mike and to the credit of Red Mike be it said that he chose two of the five from employers of labor; men who had always treated the men in their employ right. At the suggestion of Red Mike, Jack was chosen chairman of the committee: he accepted the appointm...

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* WE TRUST THAT YOU * * ARE RECEIVING YOUR * * ADVERTISER REGULARLY * [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933

WE TRUST THAT YOU ARE RECEIVING YOUR ADVERTISER REGULARLY Are you receiving your copy of the Eagle Rock Advertiser regularly, and is it delivered properly? We trust you are, but if you are not we want to know about it. That is by way of saying that, if any Monday or Thursday morning you should not find your copy of this newspaper at your door, it will be appreciated if you will report by calling AL. 2068. Just let this office know and a copy will be sent to you. We urge you not to hesitate to call, because we want everyone in Eagle Rock to have each edition of the paper.

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