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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

May your year be replete with the deepest satisfaction of life. And may your happiness in the New Year be as certain as our wishes are sincere. 2146 COLORADO BLVD. d* ❖❖ ❖ ❖ 4* ❖❖ ❖ ❖ •}• *;• ❖ ♦JuJ* **< *J* «J» »J» «J* *J» ♦*« *J» «£« *J» »J* «J* Greet - 0 - Grams Good health and food fortune attend yon this coming year. FISHER MOTOR SERVICE 2391 Colorado Blvd. MILTON sc-10c-25c Store Greetings For 1933 A • -

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

Your Lucky Day— FRIDAY THE 13m

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

-HOMELAND-CENTRAL-MARKET 5014 Eagle Rock Blvd. Closed Sundays ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF COLORADO BOULEVARD IN EAGLE ROCK SPECIALS—Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, January 2nd, 3rd, and 4th GROCERY DEPARTMENT NO LIMIT. BUY ALL YOU WANT FLOUR 24K ibs. 49c Globe Mills Silver Star. Every Sack guaranteed. MARGARINE COMAR SALAD OIL Pt. 15c Challenge. Full Pt. Decanter Dog & Cat F00d.... can 5c Strongheart or Skippy VEG. SALAD 9 cans 95c Fancy. No. 2 Tins SUGAR IQ 42' Pure Cane—ln Cloth Bags Buy in cloth bags and be assured of best quality. TOMATO SOUP .. can 5c UAV r*AMDC VAN CAMPS Tomato Paste, Italian Style .. .can 5c WHITE KING PWDR Large 29c MALT SYRUP Can 25c Buckeye. Light or Dark COFFEE. HOTEL BLEND SYRUP, Old Gold, 14-oz jug 10c SCRATCH FEED, IXL 100 lbs. $1.35 BEANS & PORK No m 9 can No 2 Vi Tins Camp The Big Van MEAT DEPARTMENT PORK CHOPS h>loc EASTERN CORN FED RIB STEAKS... lb. 15c LAMB (]HOPS... lb. 15c PURELARD lb. gc Ground B eef.lb. i o c Pure PORK SA...

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Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

Editorial ITS ANOTHER YEAR We are starting another year—--1933. The start is more auspicious, without a doubt, than has been that of any year in several. There is much to make one confident that in extending the wish for a Happy New Year 1933 will be a much happier 12 months than has been the one we have just finished. There is, indeed, much to make one believe that this year will be in fact a happy one, for the start out of the abnormal conditions of three years is well under way, and evidence indicates the progress upward will be steady. To look back upon the last year Is neither pleasant nor profitable. Nothing is to be gained—not even lessons—from retrospection; spilled milk cannot be saved nor can broken glass be mended successfully. It is the future in which we are interested. Looking ahead one sees close by much that gives promise of progress. The holiday season has en-j gendered a spirit of confidence and optimism, and put us all into a better frame of mind. We are approachi...

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GOVERNMENT CLEANUP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

GOVERNMENT CLEANUP The stage Is being set, it appears, for a government cleanup at Washington, D.C., with the possibility that a real job is going to be done. A program has been laid out by members of congress to place in the hands of Franklin D. Roosevelt, when he takes office as president, the power to reorganize the government. Our government at Washington has become the world’s most cumbersom and costly. Commissions, boards, bureaus almost without end clog the wheels of government and pile up costs to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars. It has been going on for years, this steadily increasing multiplicity of government agencies. Perhaps we, the people, are partially responsible for the condition, but only partially so. However, to stop it has been impossible, it has seemed, for every move in that direction has been met by a kind and strength of opposition that no one seemed to ,be able to overcome. t President-elect Roosevelt is cut- ting out a Job for himself, and leti...

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—LINT— By J. G. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

—LINT— By J. G. R. While the great educators are busy plucking the most beautiful and the ugliest words out of the English language, let’s consider a few of the most descriptive—according to our notion. As for instance; Dumbell Plastered j Hyena Heap Sun-tan Ga-ga Snake’s hips Merry go round Hijacker To Jug Some words have inherited an emphasized meaning, through popular songs, such as “Please,” “Smiles,” “Memories,” 1 and —you name some. • • ■... - Of course, there are combinations of words that might be classified as at least annoying, such as: “Who’s calling?” “Account Overdrawn,” “Nobody home,” “He’s in conference.” Then there are flippant combinations such as “Whit-a-man,” and “was my face red!" Much is to be said for the English language. But not quite as much can be said for it as with it. We won’t go into the expressions devised by students of high school age to cover certain situations. Suffice it to say, their deviousness are quite beyond the adult mind. Teacher—“ Describe...

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BIG INCREASE IN PLAYGROUNDS USE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

BIG INCREASE IN PLAYGROUNDS USE A rapid increase in public use of the Los Angeles municipal recreation centers, in contrast with a decrease in the funds available for public recreation purposes, were the outstanding features for 1932, reported by the municipal recreation commission, in its annual statement to Mayor Porter covering the developments of the calendar year. The attendance recorded at all municipal playgrounds, camps,< beaches, swimming pools and other recreational facilities of the city during 1932 showed a total of 22,811,515 visits—an increase of more than a million over the 1931 total of 21,787,469. • The department's income was, shown to have dropped nearly $lOO,OOO during the year, the 1932 revenue totalling $751,424 as compared with $842,757 during 1931. Numerous new recreational structures and play facilities were added through finances provided by the $1,000,000 employment bond issue voted to the department in 1931, but only partially used during that ...

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Ad Chief [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

Ad Chief Before returning this week to the Detroit headquarters of CampbellEwald Company, the national advertising agency directing General Motors and other accounts familiar to. the readers of the United States and Canada, H. T. Ewald, president, announced the appointment of J. Fred Woodruff as vice president in charge of the Pacific Coast region. This appointment brings back into active service the former vice president, secretary, treasurer and general manager of the CampbellEwald Company who resigned in Detroit about a year ago to devote himself to several personal activities. One of the most widely experienced executives in the country. Woodruff will have supervision over the Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland offices which are maintained in keeping with the Camp-bell-Ewa!d Company policy of servicing directly Its national and other accounts on the coast. W. S. Wood will continue as manager of the Los Angeles office, Earle V. Weller in Ban Francisco, and Steve Arnett In Po...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

R"* C. DENZIL McCLURE Owner and Publisher Published Every Monday and Thursday 1620 Colorado Blvd. Phone ALbany 2068 Eagle Rock, Calif. Subscriptions $2 per year by mall Advertising Rates on Application Circulation of the Eagle Bock Advertiser Is 5000 in Eagle Bock giving full coverage. If you do not receive your copy regularly please ratify this office. Your Lucky Day— FRIDAY THE 13TR Happy New Year . . IT’S BEEN A TRYING YEAR probably the most unsatisfactory year within-the memoriesof most of us. We’ve worked harder and reaped less. We’re glad that 1932 is now history BUY IN SPITE OF THE TRIALS OF 1932 ..... we of Sager’s Stationery Shop have much for which to , be thankful. We, like others, have felt the depression, but thanks to good friends like you we have been able to carry on and provide us all with a livelihood . . . WE GREET 1933 WITH A SPIRIT OF OPTIMISM . . We believe in the United Stales of America. As a people we have conquered seemingly insurmountable obstacles. We'll ...

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

Greet - 0 - Grams Wishing You a Happy New Year That yon may make the moat of it is our sincere wish. J. C. RICHARDSON REALTY CO. 5028 EAGLE ROCK BLVD.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

Wi A Happy New Year to friends and customers, and those we have yet to have the pleasure of serving. FROLIC FROCK SHOP 506Q Eagle Bock Boulevard That 1933 may be bright with the fulfilment of all your hopes and ambitions is our cordial wish. ALTA JANE . Marinello Shop 2041 Colorado Blvd. AL. 1710 ... - - ■ Greet - 0 - Grams Success To You and Yours iL^// HOP-INN CAFE 24 Hours A DayOn Colorado Blvd. Between MT. ROYAL and LA BODA ♦*« *** ♦*. .*♦ *J* «J» ♦*« ♦*« »** .** ♦*« ♦*. *** *J« •*« ♦** **■> •*« • -*j* «j* *j* «*♦ *£**s*«s* *s* vj* tj* *jo Greet - 0 - Grams The entire personnel wishes you a Happy New Year. KEMP AUTO SERVICE 1719 COLORADO BLVD.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

v» e Bird Markets *o'] 1924 COLORADO BOULEVARD Corner Glen Iris Avenue SPECIALS FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 3, and 4 TOM THOMPSON, Manager of Grocery Department MONOGRAM BRAND TOMATOES 2,“® 15 c These prices also effective at Billie Bird Market 1302 Yosemite Dr.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

BABY BEEF MILK LAMB {{ALBERT'S EASTERN PORK MILK VEAL FANCY STEER BONELESS BEEF STEW CENTER LOIN PORK CHOPS lb.) lb.) 15c OUR OWN MAKE PORK SAUSAGE . lb.) -j 01 _ FANCY BEEF I A POT ROAST lb.) a "2L FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER NO FAT ADDED EASTERN SLICED BACON lb. {oc RIND OFF ib. 15c MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN TRY OUR HOME-MADE SALADS ALL SALADS PINT 15 c AGUILAR BROTHERS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DATES 3 ,bs 20 c FANCY IMPORTED Fancy California Dates as low as lb. 12c POTATOES lb.) IDAHO RUSSETS CARROTS Bunch) YOUNG FRESH BANANA SQUASH. .lb.) RED CABBAGE lb.) YOUNG, CRISP New Potatoes {Q lbs. 20° Fancy White Rose

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HISTORY PROFS MEET IN ANNUAL COMFAB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

HISTORY PROFS MEET IN ANNUAL COMFAB (Continued from Page 1) topic discussion was “The Indians of the American Southwest.” Speakers included Frederick W. Hodge J director of the Southwest Museum; ] Andrew E. Douglas, University of Arizona; Charles Amsden, Southwest museum and A. Harvey Collins, University of Redlands, chair man. At 4 o’clock Thursday, a reception' for members and guests was held at the home of President and Mrs.' Remsen Bird of Occidental. The, annual dinner took place Thursday evening at Union hall, with Robert, G. Cleland of Occidental as chairman. Edward M. Hulme delivered] the presidential address, “The Personal Equation in History.” j The third general topic, discussed Friday morning, was “The Pacific Area,” with Rockwell D. Hunt, of U.S.C. as chairman. Speakers included Rufus K. Wyllys, State Teachers College of Tempe, Ariz.,;! Harold J. Noble, University of Oregon: Meribeth E. Cameron, Reed College, and Thomas R. Adams, Occidental. | Polowing luncheon, with Wi...

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XMAS. BIRTHDAY BOTH CELEBRATED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

XMAS. BIRTHDAY BOTH CELEBRATED Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reuter, of 5022 Sierra Villa drive, celebrated ] a Merry Christmas by having a family reunion and birthday party in honor of Mr. Reuter's 71st birthday. It was all a surprise to him, as the two dinners, on Christmas and Mr. Reuter’s birthday, Dec. 26, were furnished by the relatives. The following stayed over to celebrate the two days; Mrs. Mary Phelps, sister of Mrs. Reuter, from Prairie City, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Phelps, son and daughter-in-law of Mrs. Mary Phelps, of Indinola, Iowa; Mrs. Effie Smith, sister of Mrs. Reuter, of Fairfield, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Fowler, of San Bernardino, daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Phelps: Miss Ola Terhune, neice of Mrs. Reuter, of Los Angeles: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whitman, daughter and son-in-law of Mrs. Reuter, of Altadena; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Reuter, of Monrovia. The relatives from lowa are spending the winter in California,

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“ALICE IN WONDERLAND" HELD FOR SECOND WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

“ALICE IN WONDERLAND" HELD FOR SECOND WEEK Because many patrons were turned away during the first week of its run, the Pasadena Community Playhouse announces a second week ftn; its current production of “Alice in Wonderland,” modern, musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll's delightful and charming nonsense. The second week starts with a matinee and evening performance today and performances each evening. with matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Ruth Covell Levison, popular playhouse ingenue plays the role of Alice, and other favorites in the play include Ralph Freud, Morris Ankrum, Charles Levison, Florence 1 Gil and-Sharley Simpson, . |

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I BRIDGE-PINOCHLE TOURNEY PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

I BRIDGE-PINOCHLE TOURNEY PLANNED A tournament, such as Eagle Rock has never before been privileged to witness, is about to be opened by local Masons, to be exact, on Jan. 12. at 8:15 p.m., at Masonic Temple. The tournament will prove thei prowess of bridge and pinochle players from here and yon. An air of conspiracy, which has hovered over the heads of E. B. Hale. Dean Tate, Earl Stlce and Oliver Forsyth, at last has cleared, and the full brilliance of the pro-j posed tourney becomes apparent. The rules of the engagement are ' thus: Any one may enter. Highest score wins. Nights of playing will be Jan. 12, 19, and 26, and Feb. 4, and the, championship will be decided on the latter date. i Score keepers will be Dan Bard and Bernard Lee. Many asserted experts, barring the Culbertsons, from other lodges. I in Glendale and Highland Park, I have taken up the challenge issued by the Eagle Rock group and will be on hand in full force the opening night. Holder of the highest score in pinoch...

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THOUSANDS SWIM WHILE OTHERS ENJOTING WINTER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

THOUSANDS SWIM WHILE OTHERS ENJOTING WINTER While thousands of Californians were enjoying winter sports at Big Pines and other mountain areas, 11,677 people visited the county beaches Christmas Day, it was reported by the county recreation department. It was found 3000 or approximately 25 per cent were in bathing suits. The two extremes in recreation, winte rsports and beach swimming, are simultaneously available in Los Angeles county.

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