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MORE PUPILS OR DROP A TEACHER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
MORE PUPILS OR DROP A TEACHER Unless the enrollment of kindergarten pupils reaches 75, with an average daily attendance of 60, one of the kindergarten instructors at Eagle Rock grammar school will be dropped, according to word from the board of education this week. Present attendance of over 60, in the event of the reduction, would have to be cut to 55, to meet the state requiremnets, Principal C. W. Preston pointed out, which would mean many of the younger children would be deprived of the kindergarten training. Mrs. Betty Lance, junior kindergarten instructor, would be forced Ito resign, if the ruling is put in effect.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
REPAIRING of Watches and Jewelry That You Can Depend Upon As Being Right S. R. KNOX JEWELER 2145 Colorado Blvd. ARE YOU SICK? To determine the exact nature of your trouble and to make you acquainted with the EAGLE ROCK HEALTH CENTER, we are making the following offer . . . ' $1 00 SPECIAL OFFER ;Until Jan. 24 Only—Mention this ad. Complete Physical Examination—lncluding: Heart, Blood Pressure, Lungs, Spine, etc. And One Regular $2.00 Treatment. ALL FOR $l.OO We are equipped with the latest and most up-to-date modalities for the treatment of every ailment and disease. Our services are conscientious and thorough; the most effective treatment being used in each case. WE GET RESULTS! EAGLE ROCK HEALTH CENTER Dr. D. J. Olson—Dr. E. N. Kneeling CHIROPRACTORS Nurse in Attendance—Open Evenings CLeveland 62526 2270 Colorado Blvd. iMfrWW Kfl i ■ ' ■**».,-.'*** • * *■ sa* - -7 s
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
HARRY LAUDER VARIETIES HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 8:15 pm BENEFIT EAGLE ROCK BASEBALL CLUB High Class Acts Singing—Dancing —Comedy Cast of 100 Home Folks And Professionals The Best Show of the Season Admission 25c Tickets on Sale at Eagle Rock Stores and Members of Baseball Club OhcAAACTHPIFTS EAGLE ROCK r we'l-l. -see- \F Your mother is A AT HMD READER. l‘M JUST At2&gt;OOT TO OftlVE AROUND TO A CERTAIN STORE AIM'D BUY 60METHIPMCr« if She knew what store IT WAS sHE'D 1 insist OIM G-OIMCSr.^ That's easy, Sandy, it's f ) -c' Mac Thrifts are very happy folks They all like Sandy's little jokes. He likes clean fun but it's not sense. ITo spring a joke at his expense. 'A thing must be, to make a hit, Worth all that Sandy pays for it. After Inventory we find many remnants and odds and ends which must be closed out regardless of cost CHILDS UNDERWEAR up to 14 years Broken sizes in 2 lots at 9 f&gt;c &amp;£ Ac nr at uii ■■ ” ”vf Worth Much More Some...
MOTHERS’ CHORUS INVITES MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
MOTHERS’ CHORUS INVITES MEMBERS The Toland Way Mother’s Chorus meets every Friday morning, from 10 to 11 o’clock, under direction of Prances Bates. New members are desired and all who enjoy singing are invited. During December the welfare chairman, Mrs. Clarence Hoffman, and her committee were kept busy playing Santa Claus in the community. They wish to thank all of those who made contributions. The welfare work is one of Toland Way P.T.A.’s greatest and most important activities.
OBJECTIVES FOR KIWANIS STRESSED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
OBJECTIVES FOR KIWANIS STRESSED An appeal to Kiwanians for a renewal of faith in the objectives of the club, was made at the presidents! council, held Saturday at San Luis Obispo, attended by four numbers of the local club, Glenn BofUnger, president, E. C. Franklin, vice-president, and Dr. H. B. CrawAU Kiwanians were urged to make an effort to assure children that, .the educational advantages they now have will not be taken from them. That members of the club should keep themselves well informed on civic and governmental matters and take active part in public affairs, was also stressed as one Of the objectives of Klwanis. District Gov. Clark Clement presided over the council, and Lieut. Gov. Bashor, of The Los Angeles club, was the principal speaker. Ptano for the Kiwanis international convention, to be held in Los Angeles this summer, were discussed. Two banquets, one at noon, and one in the evening, were pleasant features of the council.
COLLEGE WOMEN’S MEETING ON FRI. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
COLLEGE WOMEN’S MEETING ON FRI. With the purpose of drawing more closely together the various units connected with Occidental college, a large group of alumnae, women faculty members, wives of the administration, women of the board, and women students of the college will gather in the College union, Friday, for an all-women's dinner. The dinner, planned by the women of the college, is to be similar to one given by the men some time ago, at which Dr. Ira B. Cross of the university of California at Berkeley. spoke. Its purpose is to create a spirit of friendliness and co-operation among the women connected with Occidental.
YOSEMITE MEETS RIVERSIDE STARS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
YOSEMITE MEETS RIVERSIDE STARS The Yosemite baseball club rallied in the 10th inning to beat the Jacot Plumbers 6 to 5, in a close game Sunday afternoon at. Yosemite playground. Sheets struck out 15 men. Jacot also pitched good ball. Bailey hit for the circuit the first time up. McLean's hitting also featured. Selling got 3 hits for the visitors. Next Sunday the Riverside Stars will be visitors at the local dia- 1 mond. The game starts at 2 p.m.
P.T.A. SPONSORS PROGRAM FEB. 17 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
P.T.A. SPONSORS PROGRAM FEB. 17 Bert Harwell, ranger naturalist of Yosemite Valley will give an illustrated and musical lecture, “The Music of the Out of Doors," at Eagle Rock high school auditorium on Friday evening, Feb. 17. Music will be furnished by the Eagle Rock Junior High School Glee Club and orchestra. This entertainment is arranged by the Rockdale P.T.A. and a small admission. will be charged. MARGARET ADAIR ILL Margaret Adair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Adair of Maywood Ave., has been ill for several days.
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
OBITUARY LEROY JOHN FULL Funeral services will be held today, at 2 p.m., at the Wee Kirk o the Heather, Forest Lawn, for LeRoy John Full, of 4135 Somers Ave., who died of heart trouble at his home early Tuesday morning. Aged 50 years. The police ambulance was called, but efforts to revive Mr. Somers failed. He suffered from indigestion during the evening, but thought his illness of a minor nature. He was found dead by his wife. Mrs. Ella Pull, the widow, is his only survivor. Funeral arrangements were made by Cresse and interment will be at Forest Lawn, MRS. LILLY M. WALTERS Daniel L. Walters, Eagle Rock school custodian, was saddened last week by the death of his mother, Mrs. Lilly M. Walters, of Los Angeles. Mrs. Walters is survived by her husband, Leaper Walters, two sons, Daniel L., and Donald E., the latter residing at his parents’ home, and by five sisters and two brothers. Funeral services were held 1 at 2:30 o’clock Monday afternoon at the Coleman funeral parlors, followed b...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
SPARTAN D U VE MARKET 1714 Eagle Rock Blvd. R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. Cleveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE: THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Jan. 19, 20, and 21 BUTTER Pound 91c FRESH CREAMERY MILK tall can PJc MORNING BRAND 9 C CATSUP LARGE BOTTLE COFFEE "&gt; 19 1 CUB BRAND Every Pound Guaranteed Ground While You Wait BEANS Q lbs. 1 Ac Pink or Small White ” SWANSDOWN... .pkg. 22 c CAKE FLOUR Fanc y CORN No. 2 Can 1 Ac IRIS PETITE ” Quaker Oats.. .Sm, Pkg. PJc 3UICK or REGULAR Kidney Beans.. Q for 9 PJc MO. 2 CAN TOMATOES Q for 9^c With Puree—No. 2&lt;i Can CORNED BEEF...canIPJc T TTinvc 10 fU/ r% V LIBBYS—I2-OZ. CAN COCOA 11b. can 12 1/2 C HERSHEYS CRACKERS 2^25' SNOW FLAKE or HONEY-MAID GRAHAMS Tomato Juice.. .9 for 95c IRIS No. Z'A Can " BERRIES.... No. 2 can 1 4c Assorted Black &amp; White Brand CIGARETTES ... pkg. tic Chesterfields, Lockys, Old Gold, Camels ,5s 20c FLOUR GLOBE A-l lb. 7 MARGARINE GOLDEN WEST MEAT DEPARTMENT A. L. Alstrum, Prop. STEAKS T-Bone-Sir...
NET STARS TO BE IN PLAY SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
NET STARS TO BE IN PLAY SUNDAY With the majority of the city’s greatest men and women net stars scheduled for matches, the third week of play In the Metropolitan Tennis tournament is expected to bring out some of the best net clashes of the annual classic next Sunday, at Griffith playground courts, according to Municipal Tennis association and recreation department officials. A huge attendance of spectators is expected to watch Les Stoefen, Gene Mako, Ethel Burkhardt Arnold, Gracyn Wheeler, and other nationally known players in action, and preparations are being made for handling of the throng of tennis fans at the Griffith courts. Particular interest centers in the battle for the city singles title, which has been held during past years by many of the nationally famous players produced on Los Angeles public courts. Last year, Stoefen upset National Champion Ellsworth Vines to win this title and is this year favored to defend his laurels against the best the local courts can offer.<...
FIRE DEPT’S ORCHESTRA NOT ABLE TO FLAY HERE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
FIRE DEPT’S ORCHESTRA NOT ABLE TO FLAY HERE Owing to sickness In the department, and a lowered personel, the fire department orchestra is making no engagements, and therefore will not be able to play for a dance, Feb. 4, as requested by the American Legion auxiliary, according to information received in a letter from Chief Engineer R. J. Scott. Other plans are being perfected by the committee, headed by Mrs. Abby Rauen. and the dance will be held at Verdugo playgrounds on the date as announced. All who enjoy dancing are invited to attend. Proceeds will be devoted to welfare work.
MUSIC AND TALKS FEATURE PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
MUSIC AND TALKS FEATURE PROGRAM At the regular meeting of the Rockdale P.T.A. last Friday afternoon. Virgil Drengburg, violinist, accompanied by Miss Ethel Congdon at the piano, captivated the audience with three beautiful selections. Avery J. Gray, supervisor of school savings, spoke in the interests of thrift. R. A. Chase, director at Yosemtts playground, assisted by his wife, recreation chairman for Rockdale P.T.A., led the mothers and teachers in recreational activities, games were played and greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Mark A. Eaton, president, Mrs. Geo. D. Baker and Mrs. P. P. Peterson represented Rockdale at the Tenth District meeting at Patriotic hall Mrs. Baker gave a report of the meeting mentioning particularly a talk given by F. L. Daugherty, on physical and corrective education. Miss Anne L. Shepard, welfare chairman, stated 509 free lunches had been served at Rockdale prior to Christmas vacation, the number fed increasing monthly. She also reported distribution of 72 package...
FATHERS INVITED FOR P.T.A. MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
FATHERS INVITED FOR P.T.A. MEET Fathers are the specially invited guests at the next meeting of the Eagle Rock grammar school P.T.A. Friday evening, at 7:30 o’clock, in the school auditorium. So both fathers and mothers may be able to attend this meeting, arrangements have been made to care ' for children. Children of the pri-j mary grades will be cared for byj Mrs. Ong in room 17, and those of j the upper will be led in games by Mr. Mullins in room 24. “We hope for a good attendance of fathers,” stated Mrs. Montrose Burrows, president of the P.T.A. “We feel that the P.T.A. is not entirely a women’s organization, for the father is equally concerned in forming a partnership of home and school that will benefit the child.” The program will open with a salute to the flag led by Mrs. Wm. G. Bonelli, followed by selections by the school orchestra, conducted by Mrs. Parks. Business and announcements will take a short portion of. the evening. C. W. Preston, principal, will discuss proposed...
THRASHERS RECUPERATING AT PALM SPRINGS RESORT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
THRASHERS RECUPERATING AT PALM SPRINGS RESORT Councilman Edward L. Thrasher and family are so-journing for two weeks at Palm Springs, while Mrs. Thrasher recuperates from an operation and Mr. Thrasher recovers from the effects of bronchial pneumonia. Mr. Thrasher attended the city Council meetings Monday morning, but returned to Palm Springs for the remainder of the week. If his condition continues to improve, he expects to resume his duties the first of next week, Miss Bessie West, his secretary, announced.