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POWER. TUCKER TO MOVE THIS WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
POWER. TUCKER TO MOVE THIS WEEK Dr. Hal Power, dentist, and Dr. A. K. Tucker, physician and surgeon, expect to be established in their new offices, at 1609 Colorado Blvd., by next Monday, according to announcement Saturday. Announcement are being sent out by Dr. Power inviting friends to attend an open-house at the new offices all day Sunday, Feb. 5. At that time the doctors expect to have everything connected with moving and establishing themselves In the new quarters completed, and be ready to receive their guests. In the meantime, it is expected, the new building will be completed so that they can begin installing the equipment and furniture in their new offices the latter part of this week. This should be completed in time so that they can be located in the new building next Monday morning. Work of finshing the building was delayed somewhat by the storms of the last week, and by other circumstances. A largg crew of men, however, was engaged in the finishing work the latter part ...
IT OCCURED HERE ; OR A PART OF IT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
IT OCCURED HERE ; OR A PART OF IT A Highland Park police division radio patrol car received this message Tuesday afternoon: “Go to Colorado and Eagle Rock Blvds. Boys throwing snowballs." The police car speeded to the center of Eagle Rock and quelled three youngsters gleefully throwing snowballs at themselves, street cars, automobiles, pedestrians and any other target within range. Some kind motorist had brought a load of snow down from the mountains and dumped It in the street.
REGISTER FOR HI SCHOOLS FEB. 3-6 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
REGISTER FOR HI SCHOOLS FEB. 3-6 All new pupils entering Eagle Rock junior or senior high school should be at the school by 8 o’clock Monday morning, Feb. 6, it is announced. Other pupils o fthe school will fill out their new programs Feb. 3", and be ready for admittance to new classes at 9 o'clock the following Monday morning. These regulations were announced by Miss Noe, Girls’ vice-principal of the high school.
Camera Artist Club Is To Be Formed In E. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
Camera Artist Club Is To Be Formed In E. R. Curtis H. Sherwood, manager of Eagle Rock’s Art Exhibits, has called a meeting of amateur and professional photographers with the object of forming a camera club. The meeting will be held Friday evening, at 7:30, in the Eagle Rock public library, 2225 Colorado Blvd. All interested in photography are invited. The object of the club will be to encourage artistic photography, promote goodwill and fellowship among its members, conduct camera trips to the mountains and desert, and to hold local exhibitions of artistic photography. Eagle Rock and vicinity has a large group of camera artists, prominent among whom are Paul MacFarlane, Arlon Putnam, Carl Hegner, and Baily Carson. Mr. MacFarlane is a consistent winner in national competitions. He has just j been honored by being allowed to present a one-man show at the Philadelphia Photographic Guild.
MERCHANTS MEET TO BE HELD WED. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
MERCHANTS MEET TO BE HELD WED. Business men of Eagle Rock will meet Wednesday night, at the Chamber of Commerce to formulate plans for a campaign to establish Eagle Rock as the shopping center to be considered first by residents of the community. The meeting, called for last week, was not as largely attended as desired, due to the stormy weather, but a representative number of business men are expected to attend the meeting called for this week. Among matters to be discussed will be the desirability of forming an association of merchants, for the purpose of studying merchants’ problems. "The merchants need to band together,” stated Charles A. ■ Butler, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. “They need to meet and consider their advertising and other problems so that they may not be 'high pressured’ into advertising schemes that are not creditable. They must study how to build up Eagle Rock as a trading center. The patronage of local merchants is growing constantly, and means will hav...
Oxy’s Student Body Selects New Officers [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
Oxy’s Student Body Selects New Officers After an exciting week featured by two elections, primaries Wednesday and the finals Friday, Occidental college will settle down to the routine work this morning. Emlyn Jones, of Los Angeles, after an exciting race, received the majority of votes for president. Eleanor Tuttle of Monrovia goes in as secretary; Marjorie Mitchell, of Long Beach, vice president, and Burns Lee. of Highland Park, will edit the Occidental. Steve Salisian will fill the position of yell leader. There wil be no mid-year graduation at Occidental. Those who have earned their degrees will not receive them until the June commencement, it was announced from the dean’s office.
SENIOR PLAY IS PLEASING EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
SENIOR PLAY IS PLEASING EVENT Eagle Rock school seniors presented Friday evening as the annual senior play, “Lillies of the Field,” by John Hastings Turner, a three-act comedy, before a large and appreciative audience. Each year the A-12 drama class j presents a three-act play, called the “senior play.” This year the play, the clever comedy “Lillies of the J Field,” proved exceptionally well chosen, and the cast throughout did excellent work, winning unstruted applause. The story deals with twin girls. Both are quite modern but circumstances arise which tempt one to turn Victorian. Upon their birthday their grandmother has two presents, a month in London and 10 yards of pink crepe-de-chlne. but she can’t decide which present, should be given to which girl, i Events finally decide and the re- j suit is two clever romances. The cast was as follows: Elizabeth, Prances McAllister; . Catherine, Louise Dally; Vicar, Clifford Fischer; Ann, Barbara Jutras; Mrs. Rooke-Walter, Patricia Benefi...
CHORUS TO BE ON BROADCAST SOON [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
CHORUS TO BE ON BROADCAST SOON The Eagle Rock community chorus will be heard over KTM in the near future, it was announced by playground officials. Pine rehearsals are in progress each Tuesday evening, from 7:30 to 8, and those who enjoy singing are invited to join. Rehearsals are directed by Frank Pursell and Anita Aiken Knox is accompanist. The date of the radio broadcast will be announced later. .
School Choirs In Joint Fete Friday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
School Choirs In Joint Fete Friday Evening As part of an interesting venture in stimulation of enthusiams in a’cappella singing in high schools I and at colleges. Eagle Rock high j school will be held Friday evening, , a music festival featuring a'cappella i choirs of Fremont, Eagle Rock and j Los Angeles high schools and Los ! Angeles junior college. Each choir will be led by its own conductor in a group of selections and all, com- : bined, will be directed by John j Smallman, noted director and con- : ductor of the well known Oratorio society. The program will be as follows: "When A!len-a-Dale Went-a-Hunting,” "Russian Easter Carol,” "The Three Kings,” “Echo Song,” Eagle Rock, Howard Swan, Director, j “Ave Maria,” "The Island,” “You Stole My Love,” "Exultate Deo,” Los Angeles High; Verna C. Blythe, Director. "Adoramus Te,” "Hosanna,” "Eli Ton,” "Silver Swan,” Fremont; Ida' E. Bach, Director. "Tantum Ergo,” "The Bride of | the King,” "Were You There?” Los Angeles Junior Colege; Ral...
FINAL MEET FOR HALF YEAR THURS. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
FINAL MEET FOR HALF YEAR THURS. Winding up a most succejsful half of the year for the Women's 20th Century club, the last to take place before the Issuance of new bulletins, will be held Thursday. This will be American Citizenship Day, and the luncheon speaker will be Mrs. L. Watkins, president of the Friday Morning club. Mrs. Roy Parkinson, American citizenship chairman for the 20th Century club, will introduce Mrs. Watkins, whose talk will touch on various phases of citizenship. May Copeland Lineman, judge and attorney. will speak during the afternoon program. This noted woman Jurist has spoken before many women's clubs and wields a storyinfluence among organized groups. Her talks are based upon practical experience and knowledge. Luncheon reservations may be made with the regular reservations committee, headed by Mrs. David Warde.
130 JUNIOR HIGH PUPILS TO FINISH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
130 JUNIOR HIGH PUPILS TO FINISH When commencement exercises of the Eagle Rock Junior high school are held Friday, Feb. 3, at 2 p. m., in the high school auditorium, 130 pupils will receive promotion. Student commencement speakers will include Elizabeth Alderkin and Frederick Lindsley, son of Charles Frederick Lindsley of Chandu radio fame at KHJ, and professor at Occidental college. Music will be furnished by the school orchestra and by a chorus of nine girls. The singing of the school hymn will conclude the program.
PINOCHLE, BRIDGE CONTEST GOES ON [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
PINOCHLE, BRIDGE CONTEST GOES ON Pinochle players turned out in numbers Thursday night at Masonic Temple, in spite of the storm, although the bridge players were not so numerous. About 40 were present for the second lap of the Masonic pinochle and bridge tournament, which will continue until Feb. 4. The three highest scores in pinochle are now held by J. E. Pinkerton, Alexander Roberts and Albert McGrery. The high trio in bridge are Frances Connett, Ray Sutton and Eunice Slice. The next I session will be held Thursday eveI ning.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
ITO BRO STORE NO. 4 THERS 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 24 AND 25 •. ••. • 'V'. tn rff n -»sp yir GROCERY DEPARTMENT S QUALITY SERVICE * FAIR PRICE -SELLS FANCY FOODS FOR LESS" PSYLLIUM SEED is not a drug, but an accessory food, harmless and beneficial to the intestinal tract and not habit forming. It may be taken indefinitely with no ill effect. REGULAR 75c POUND 25c LACTOSE and DEXTRIN lb. Tin 65c VEGETALIZED SALT Pkg. 15c AG-AR-GEL 3 for 25c A VEGETABLE GELATIN DESSERT SOYA BEAN FLOUR lb. pkg. 18c LIMA BEAN FLOUR lb. pkg. 15c NATURAL BROWN RICE 2 lbs. 15c SOYA BEANS 3 lbs. 25c KELP—Rich in lodine lb. 50c Kelp has been used quite extensively as one of the important foodstuffs, having more than 2000 years of history in the Orient as a necessary food for the maintenance of a healthy body, and has been recognized as the most effective, nutritious food. Though kelp has been used as a foodstuff in the Orient for it values, it is not yet kn...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
PERSONAL An evening bridge party, offering auction and contract, and also special games of checkers, dominoes and parchcsi, will be held at the Women’s 20th Century club Friday evening, Feb. 10. This entertainment will be sponsored by the ways and means committee. Following the games refreshments will bo served. Mrs. Eunice Picelich, of 2302 Addison way, entertained Thursday afternoon with a stork shower in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ovlla Pleury of Huntington Park. The tables were prettily decorated '' in pink and blue, with matching glass ware and favors. Covers were laid for 12. The San Rafael P.T.A. will sponsor a marionette show to be held today in the school auditorium. The play will be “Raggedy Ann.” There 1 will be two performances, the first at 2 o’clock and the next to follow at 3 o'clock. Mrs. F. Miller, of New Haven, Conn., was a guest of Mrs. Arthur L. Alstrom, at her home at 2147 Los Colinas Ave., Wednesday. Mrs. Miller is spending the winter in Hollywood. ■ Paul...
SCHOOL SAVINGS SHOW LARGE GAIN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
SCHOOL SAVINGS SHOW LARGE GAIN An indication of improvement in general conditions is shown through the school savings figures on Dec. 31, last, as announced by Gardner I Turrill, president of the Los An- | geles City &amp; County School Savings association. There were 70,456 ac- j tive school savings accounts, with total deposits of $1,601,952.80. an average per account of $22.74. Compared with the previous quarter, ■ ending Sept. 30. 1932, there were increases in accounts of 1777 and 1 in deposits of $54,811.54. I “Nationally School Savings is focusing the attention of educators ; on the importance of thrift instruc- ' tion and practices,” Mr, Turril ! said. “The thirteenth annual re- \ ! port of the savings division Amer- j lean Bankers’ association, showed total school savings deposits on June 30, last, of $40,014,219.41. There were 12,686 schools with an enroll- ; ment of 4.545,992 covered by the j report. Of the latter 68 per cent, or 3.106,510, were ‘school savers.’ “I...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
-HOMELAND-CENTRAL-MARKET 5014 Eagle R or ock Blvd. Closed Sundays INE BLOCK SOUTH OF COLORADO BOULEVARD IN EAGLE ROCK SPECIALS —Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, JANUARY 23, 24 and 25 GROCERY DEPARTMENT NO LIMIT. BUY ALL YOU WANT POPULAR SWIFT’S BROOKFIELD BUTTER lb. 7c With Purchase of Package of MINUTE BISCUIT FLOUR at regular low price 25c CRISCO "&gt;■ 17 c Pineapple ... 2 cans 15 c Iris Fancy, Sliced or Crushed —9-oz. cans COFFEE lh - 32' M.J.B. SAFETY SEAL EGGS STRICTLY FRESH, LARGE Doz -24' Tomatoes A cans 25 c Table Queen. No. 2 ! /z Cans with Purchase other Groceries Creamettes 2 pkg s - 15 c BORDEN Ibpkg 12 CHEESE 2C Assoi ted Fla\ ors FREE—2 Packages CORN leans 25 c rr«TT O r&lt; n «c TALL No. 2 Cans RITZ BRAND Salad Dressing . ,Qt. 25 c DTT r 7 DD A VIA Pkg. 5c SPERRY’S WHEAT HEARTS or PAN CAKE FLOUR SUGAR 10 lbs -34 c -i- Alw PURE CANE—CLOTH BAGS -SL VF With Purchase Quart Bottle VINEGAR at Regular Price 15c MEAT DEPARTMENT 15 lb BACON SLICED CUDAHY No Rind MI...