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WEST END P.-T. A. RESUMES ACTIVITY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
WEST END P.-T. A. RESUMES ACTIVITY San Rafael P.T.A. resumed its activities after the holidays with Mrs. Hobart conducting the monthly board meeting. Mrs. Holmes, child welfare chairman, reported that, from the food drive the last week of school, 16 Christmas baskets were distributed. The children brought the food already tied in Christmas wrappings. Mrs. Dust called attention to the radio broadcasts by the board of education every Saturday evening from 6:30 to 6:45 over KECA. Mrs. Bacon announced a marionette show to be held In the school I auditorium Jan. 23. i The regular P.T.A. meeting will |be on Wednesday, Jan. 18, at 2 I o'clock. The room mothers will conduct a food sale at this meeting.
DEALERS AID OBSERVANCE OF ELECTRIC RANGE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
DEALERS AID OBSERVANCE OF ELECTRIC RANGE WEEK Indicative of the determination of business people generally to help in every possible way to restore prosperity in 1933, leading Los Angeles dealers in electrical household appliances are cooperating In an observance of Electric Range Week Primarily educational, the six-day observance, sponsored jointly by the dealers and the Los Angeles bureau of power and light, is designed to focus attention of home managers on the many features making for economy, convenience and uniformly satisfactory results provided by the various makes of new model, fastcooking, automatic electric ranges. Participating in the events of the week is the newly organized Los Angeles Junior Electric Cookery council, each member of which, recognized as an expert in all matters pertaining to electric cookery, holds himself in readiness to respond to requests upon dealers by individuals or groups for special demonstrations.
OBITUARY THOMAS V. CARNEY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
OBITUARY THOMAS V. CARNEY “ •• v Masonic funeral services were conI ducted Saturday morning in TRe •; Little Church of the Flowers, For- ■ est Lawn, for Thomas V. Carney, connected with the Los Angeles branch of the American Optical Company for 16 years, who died last j Thursday at his home, 1408 North Avenue Fifty-two. Interment foli lowed in the Graceland section at j Forest Lawn. Born 82 years ago in Calumet, Mich., Mr. Carney had , been a resident of Los Angeles since i 1917. He was a member of the Masons and Scottish Rite bodies. Mr. Carney leaves three sisters, Mrs. Anne V. Schneider of Los Angeles, Mrs. Alice Debrow of Sausulitto, and Mrs. Eleanor Butz of Baltimore, Maryland.
FIRE DEPTS ORCHESTRA MAY SUPPLY DANCE MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
FIRE DEPTS ORCHESTRA MAY SUPPLY DANCE MUSIC Request for the services of the Los Angeles fire department orchestra, to play at the next dance to be given by Unity unit, American Legion, has been directed to Chief R. J. Scott. This dance will be held Saturday evening, Feb. 4, at Verdugo playground, and is expected to draw a large attendance. Mrs. Abby Rauen and Mrs. Evelyn Needham are conferring on plans for the event. There will be an advance sale of tickets, and notices cf the dance w ill be sent to all units in the 17th district, and to some in the 2(kh.
THE DEVIL PASSES" TO RUN FOR A SECOND WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
THE DEVIL PASSES" TO RUN FOR A SECOND WEEK "The Devil Passes,” Benn W. Levy's sophisticated comedy, with Gordon Westcott, stage and screen actor, in the role of the tempter, who. in the guise of a youthful curate, passes through a parish and assists in the readjustments of sev» eral lives, begins its second week at the Pasadena Community Playhouse on Tuesday evening. Ruth Matteson and Addison RichI ards head the supporting cast which includes Kay Deslys, Morris Ankrum, Myra Marsh Van Pelt, Cecil Reynolds and Jose Rubio. The play closes Saturday.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE— Classified Advertisements Lost and Found LOST—Large fat spaded female dog, black and tan; crippled left front leg. Reward for any information. 1436 Yosemite. AL. 4018. 1t16p LOST—Pair shell rim glasses. Jan. 12. Reward. 1304 Yosemite Dr. CL. 64677. Itl6c 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable. I Elmer Adair-, 1423 N. Ave. 48. ALbany 8787. tf 19c ROOFING Complete Roofing Service Estimates free Time payments. Lewis Roof Co. ALbany 9853 JOBBING CARPENTER Wants work. All work guaranteed. Rates reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avoca tf26c PAPER HANGING and Painter. Papering $1 per room up. Wall paper at cost. Geo. Ward, 5381 Mount Helena ave. AL. 2681. tflc DRESSMAKING and remodeling—' Former employees of leading | shops in Beverly Hills and Pasa- I dena. Silk and wool dresses, $4., $5; cotton, SL, $1.50; children’s 50c, 75c, AL. 9871. 1400 Cedar’ Edge. t£2oc WINDOW CLEANING, floors cleaned, shellaced, waxed, polished. P...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
8 Real Estate for stale Bring Your Check Book lt’s Going to be Sold 8 Room Modem Home, Frame. Corner, lot, Ceptraljy located. Close to cars .stores and school, will be sold at present prices, $1000 cash and bal. arranged. It is worth your while. Property is clear. BOWEN REALTY CO. AL. 4587 2351 Ridge View | FOR SALE —5 room Calif. House, j Lot 45x150. Close in. $l6OO. Terms. John O. Adamson, 4917 Eagle Rock Blvd. Phone AL. 4419. Res. AL. 2757. 2tl2c : 9 For Sale or Trade I FOR SALE OR TRADE—4O-acre ranch in Washington. 16 acres in cultivation. Family orchard. Good house, barn and other buildings. Fenced and cross fenced. Running water in house. Electricity. 2 young cows and 2 heifers fresh in summer. One horse. Farm j tools. Cream separator. Household goods if desired. Beautiful sightly place, overlooking Columbia river and in sight of Portland, Ore. Prefer small ranch. Inquire ; 5048 Mount Royal drive. tf9x U For Sale | FOR SALE—Pontiac Coach, 1926-7. Good condition. Bargain. $65 c...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
KET BLYD, JL i COLORADO BLYD : CLEVELAND . -- ■■■ Specials Monday, Tuesday Wednesday January 16,17, and 1$ VAN’S GROCERY CHALLENGE—BEST GRADE BUTTER ....... lb. 22c Cflß^TAKO^^^..... 21*8*- IS 1 KINGSFORD. 16-OZ. PKGS. " BISCUIT FLOUR Pkg. 25 c GLOBE A-l COMPLETE COFFEE * 25f MAXWELL HOUSE, Drip or Regular ■ SANKA COFFEE • ,b - 43 c post bran F lakes - 2 15c CRACKERS 2p^2s c Snow Flakes or Honey-Maid Grahams SUPER SUDS One Large or 2 Small 15c SOAP, Ben Hur or Crystal White 10 bars 25c LUX FLAKES Large 19c; Small 3 pkgs. 25c LUX TOILET SOAP r Bar 6c LIFE BUOY SOAP Bar 7c RINSO Large 19c; Small 2 pkgs. 15c Small pkg QUAKER 5c QATS Large pkg 12c Quick Regular or CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT LARGE CENTER SLICES HAM Large Loin LAMB CHOPS lb. 20c Small Loin LAMB CHOPS ...lb. 25c PLATE BOILING BEEF lb. 6c LITER’S PURE LARD lb. 5c BONELESS STEWING MEAT lb.) FRESH SLICED LIVER lb.) - PC Leg Pork ROAST, whole or half ..lb.) 1 A n Fresh Cut SPARE RIBS lb.)J-Ut SWIFT lb SHORTENING 6 c Fresh Ground...
Senior Class Gives Play Today and Friday Nights “LILLIES OF FIELD,” THREE-ACT COMEDY, TO BE GRADUATES SHOW Seniors Presenting Annual Play This Afternoon and Friday Evening at High School Auditorium i —Cast Well Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
Senior Class Gives Play Today and Friday Nights “LILLIES OF FIELD,” THREE-ACT COMEDY, TO BE GRADUATES SHOW Seniors Presenting Annual Play This Afternoon and Friday Evening at High School Auditorium i —Cast Well Chosen “Lillies of the Field,” a three-act comedy with a cast made up of seniors of Eagle Rock high school, will be presented at the school auditorium at 2 o’clock this afternoon, and at 8 o’clock Friday evening. The first act, taking place in the vicarage of Widelett, depicts twins’ birthday and the arrival of Mrs. Rooke Walter, their grandmother, bringing a gift for one of them. The other is to have a season in London. To choose between the two, a scheme is arranged by which Elizabeth as the mid-Victorian girl, spends the month in town. Her experiences in London furnish the comic situations of the play. A well chosen cast is under the direction of Miss Dorothy Gerow. Players are: Vicar, Clifford Fisher, twins, Elizabeth, Frances McAllister, Kittie, Louise Dally; Ann, the vi...
WYNN CHEVROLET COMPANY IS TO MOVE TO LARGER QUARTERS Automobile Concern Takes Lease on 2252-4-6 Colorado—Will Enlarge Both Sales and Service Branches of Business [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
WYNN CHEVROLET COMPANY IS TO MOVE TO LARGER QUARTERS Automobile Concern Takes Lease on 2252-4-6 Colorado—Will Enlarge Both Sales and Service Branches of Business Joe S. Wynn, Eagle Rock Chevrolet dealer, announced yesterday that the Wynn Chevrolet company has leased the building located at 2202-4-6 Colorado Blvd for a period of years, and that the company will occupy its new quarters by Feb. 1. Work of remodeling and improving the building, and the start of the moving operations will begin at once. All of the work, including preparing and fitting up the offices and show rooms, and installation of machinery, and equipment, which will require several days and a large amount of work, is to be com- j pleted and the moving undertaking , completed by the end of the month, [ so that Feb. 1 will find the Wynn Chevrolet company fully established in Its new home. “We have outgrown our present location and found it necessary to) have large quarters,” said Mr. Wynn.' “Our riew location will giv...
W. L Miller Passes After Long Illness [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
W. L Miller Passes After Long Illness Last rites were said Monday afternoon at Presbyterian church for W. L. Miller, well know Eagle Rock i resident and former newspaper j editor, who passed away at noon Friday, Jan. 13, at his home, 5125 j Rockland Ave., after a prolonded, illness. j Mr. Miller, 72 years of age at the time of his death, had been a resident of Eagle Rock for more than 20 years. He was an active member of the Presbyterian church president of its building committee and chairman of the board of trustees. He was affiliated with other local organizations among them tlon of which he helped to establish. The Deceased is survived by his widow, Jennie Caldwell Miller, and a Sister, Mrs. O. E. Sallenbach, of Eagle Rock. Funeral arrangements were made by Cresses, and interment took place at Forest Lawn,
CHANGE PROGRAM FOR SECTION DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
CHANGE PROGRAM FOR SECTION DAY A slight change in the section day program of the Women's 20th Century club, for today, is announced by Mrs. Vardaman Bailey, curator. The morning hour will be devoted to current events from 10 to 11, under leadership of Mrs. Dan Hege. Dr. Wood Comstock will speak from 11 to 12 and will present a program by the blind. The hour of drama, conducted by Mrs. Fred Lang, will take place from 1 to 2 o’clock, instead of in the morning, and an Indian program, conducted by Mrs. M. L. Marshall, will be presented from 2 to 3 o'clock. This last hour of the program will include songs and dances by Indians from the reservations and will be both novel and picturesque.
LEEONIA [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
LEEONIA A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) John continues his reply in regard to the preparation of food. “Science and invention coupled with intelligent co-opcratlon effort has not only eliminated much work that might be considered drudgery toy -many people; but has resulted in a much greater degree of health (dr the general public; for all food prepared by the government has been selected and cooked under the direction of skilled dletitions with the greatest consideration being given to it’s ease of digestion, and nutritious value, with the result that the craving for food is satisfied without overloading or injuring the stomach. It is safe to assert I that under the capitalistic regime I more people died prematurely from eating badly prepared food, adulter- ' ated food, and above all from overeating than ever died from starvation even in hard times. | “Most families do very little cooking in the home as a general rule, excep...
SEE CREDENTIALS OF « SOLICITORS, WARNING BY LOCAL MERCHANT < [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
SEE CREDENTIALS OF SOLICITORS, WARNING BY LOCAL MERCHANT Warning: was given this week to the people of Eagle Rock, through the Eagle Rock Advertiser, of the “solicitor” racket, which is being developed to a high degree, it is stated. The merchant urged that people ask any solicitor who calls for his credentials. “The honest one will be glad to furnish credentials,” he said. “So also will his employer. Beware of those without prrjpor credentials—they should be more than a mere business card.” The racket is to call at homes and solicit such work as clothes cleaning, shoe repairs, or anything of the kind where property may be “taken to the shop.” The racket is that the property is never returned. It has been worked extensively in other parts of the city, and is being worked here now.
Baseball Club Show Program Pl»AVmonO Mnnll 1 1. mHIQvO MUMP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
Baseball Club Show Program Pl»AVmonO Mnnll 1 1. mHIQvO MUMP Variety will be the spice of the Eagle Rock baseball club benefit performance, which will be present- j ed under the inviting title of the “Harry Lauder Varieties" at the I Eagle Rock high school auditorium. I Wednesday evening, at 8:15 o’clock. Harry Lauder, of Eagle Rock, di- j rector of the production and master of ceremonies, gave high commendation to the baseball club, which has been furnishing free entertainment to about 500 people at the Yosemite playgrounds every Sunday afternoon. The local club is a member of the City League and has played many of the out-standing trade teams of the city. The artists appearing on the program are doing so in the interests of the team which is in need of new uniforms and equipment. AI Imembers of the team are Eagle Rock young i men, it is pointed out, and the or-, ganization furnished a wholesome recreation for both the team mem-' bers and the spectators. The best talent of the commu...
ELECTION IS HELD BODY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
ELECTION IS HELD BODY I The student body election at Oc--1 cidental college Wednesday created 1 a stir of excitement with which the | campus literally buzzed; Voting continued until 4:30 in the afternoon and returns will not be an- ■ nounced until today. I Nominating petitions were cir--1 culated for 18 candidates last week, i Much conjecture arose as to which 1 of the three running for the presi--1 dency would be the students’ choice, Iby receiving a majority of votes.