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ANNOUNCE WINNING PLAY DAY SCORES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
ANNOUNCE WINNING PLAY DAY SCORES Results of the long delayed playday of Eagle Rok grammar school were made known Wednesday, after checking up scores to determine which rooms made the highest records. The results were as follows; Posture Parade—lst, Room 22. B4, Mrs. Kirby, 94%; 2nd, Room 8, A-6, Mrs. Artz, 91%; 3rd, Room 21, A-3, Mrs. Parks. 89%. Games—lst, Black Team, 73 points: 2nd, Green Team. 60 points: 3rd, Orange Team, 56 points. Rooms —Ist, Room 11, 85, 263 points; 2nd, Room 10, A 5, 230 points; 3rd. Room 22, 84, 211 points; 4th, Room 24, Opp. A., 210 points: sth, Room 7, BC. 209 points; 6th, Room 23. A 4, 205 Points; 7th, Room 8, A 6, 183 points; Bth, Room 17, 83, 164 points; 9th, Room 21, A 5, 149 points; 10th, Room 19, Adj., 115 points.
LECTURES ON ART WORKS AT PLAYGROUND THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
LECTURES ON ART WORKS AT PLAYGROUND THURSDAY Anton Picareff, Russian artist and lecturer, will demonstrate modern simplified Batik work at Yosemite playground Thursday afternoon at 1 o’clock. Mr. Picareff is president of the Kraftrite Correspondence School of Chicago. His lecture is being given in connection with the class in arts and crafts, which meets every Thursday afternoon at the playgrounds. All interested in making wall hangings, glass painting and other simple art pieces for the home, will enjoy the work of this class. No registration fee is required.
SICK PASSENGERS CAUSED LONE TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
SICK PASSENGERS CAUSED LONE TRIP A voyage begun as a p'.easure cruise to Hawaii was what really started Harry Pidgeon around the world alone in his 34-foot yawl, the Islander, 10 years ago. One day out of Los Angeles, his passengers became seasick and he had to turn .back to port. Disappointed, Pidgeon made up his mind to put his passengers ashore when he reached Los Angeles and set sail again alone. This he did, starting in November, 1921, and finishing in November, 1925. Some of the adventures which befell him on that epochal expedition were related to some 40 friends and neighbors of his sisters —the Misses Julie and Angie Pidgeon of 411 North Avenue 50—at a gathering there in Pldgeon's honor last week. One story recounted an experience on the west coast of Africa. He had just left Capetown and was heading up the coast under a seaward wind made to order for the Islander. Dog-tired from battling contrary winds the day before, he tacked the sail and lay down for an hour’s nap. The ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
ROCK DAIRY AL 2191 CLEANING SPECIALS THESE PRICES CONTINUED FOR ANOTHER WEEK, DUE TO THE BAD WEATHER Cash and Carry Men’s Suits... ,35c Overcoats 45c DRY CLEANED and PRESSED LADIES PLAIN DRESSES DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED HATS Men’s or Women's 45 e 45“ Cleaned &amp; Blocked MEN’S SUITS SPONGED AND PRESSED 20 c LADIES PLAIN COATS DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED 45 c PANTS, SKIRTS SWEATERS /■ DRY CLEANED \J AND PRESSED Ladies Coats Relined $3.50 WE FURNISH THE MATERIAL We Do The Finishing Here in Our Own Shop WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE HANSELL DRY CLEANING COMPANY 1563 COLORADO BLVD. EXTRA PRECAUTION Is Being Taken By Wire’s Detective Agency To Maintain it’s Record of Eight Years. NOT A SINGLE HOUSE UNDER OUR PROTECTION HAS BEEN BURGLARIZED IN EIGHT YEARS. If Interested in Private Police Protection— Call Albany 3785 A Representative Will Call and Explain Our Service.
INSPIRATION FOR MUSIC IS THEME [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
INSPIRATION FOR MUSIC IS THEME The Eagle Rock Thursday Morning club met Thursday in Sparkletts auditorium, 4500 York Blvd. The subject of the day was "Inspirational Sources of Musical Corn-; position,” and music, linked to the words of great literary productions, was rendered by club members in varying types of selections. After a few words of, greeting, the club’s president, Miss Thorne, Introduced the hostess, Miss Bryson, who ',velcomed all most cordially to the hospitality of Sparkletts. The program was then presented, under the direction of Mrs. Glenn Gardner. Numbers were as follows: “Springtime,” Constance Braasch (inspired by the wordless appeal of spring) Mrs. Braasch, the composer, at the piano. “Lo! Here the Gentle Lark,” Bishop (lyric by Shakespeare) Missj Kathryn Van Dyke; Mrs. Edna' West accompanying. “Sweet and Low,” Barnby (poem by Tennyson) Vocal trio: Mrs. Elderkin, Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Cooley. Unaccompanied. “Shall I Compare Thee,” Chadbourne (Shakespearian Sonnet, ...
AUXILIARY FIXES MEETINGS DATES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
AUXILIARY FIXES MEETINGS DATES Although stormy weather prevented many from attending, several important matters were discussed and decided upon at a meeting of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, Wednesday night at Verdugo playgrounds. By unanimous vote it was decided to hold afternoon meetings the first Wednesday of each month, and the regular evening meeting the third Wednesday. The first afternoon meeting will take place Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 1 o’clock, at the home of Mrs. Beulah Johnston, 1700 N. Ave, 46. A short business meeting will be followed by a social hour and refreshments will be served. Mrs. Imogene Kinne will assist Mrs. Johnston. Mrs. Ida Anderson was made chairman of the Americanism committee, Irene Pelbrough, former chairman, asking to be relieved of the work due to other activities. Committee reports showed a large amount of child welfare work being dons by the unit. For the next two months, at least, the monthly card parties will be dispensed with, it was decid...
CHURCH REPORTS REVEAL STRENGTH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
CHURCH REPORTS REVEAL STRENGTH Despite the rain there was a large attendance at the Annual meeting and dinner held in the banquet hall of the United church last Wednesday evening. The family dinner, beginning at 6:30 o'clock, was followed by the annual business meeting. Reports of the .past, year's work were given by the general church officers and heads of the various departments of the church work. All reports were full of interest and interspersed with frequent and hearty applause. A spirit of optimism and good fellowship prevailed throughout. Officers for 1933 were elected as follows: Church clerk, Mrs. A. N. Cook; assistant clerk, Mrs. Li. E. Hammond; financial secretary, Mrs. R. W. Billings; assistant financial secretary, Miss Virginia Powers; church treasurer, Mr. Howard D. Roberts; benevolence treasurer, Mrs. C. W. Evans and Miss Helen Pratt; auditors, Fred Muellerweiss and C. W. Sanders; Sunday school supt., Dr. Osgood Hardy. A board of deacons of 20 members and a board of ...
TWO SPECIALISTS AT HEALTH MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
TWO SPECIALISTS AT HEALTH MEET A public health confernece of Los Angeles district, Federation of Women's clubs, presented at Sparklett's auditorium Wednesday, offered two noted authorities, Dr. Forrest N. Anderson, head of the mental hygiene department of the Child Guidance clinic, and Dr. Howard Updegraff, plastic surgeon and specialist. In his address Dr. Anderson declared mental suffering is not imaginary, but as real to the patient as any physical ailment is to others, but the treatment differs. Dr, Updegraff showed a remarkable motion picture film snowing the work of the surgeon in restoring features at the face of a little girl who had been so badly burned as to be seemingly hopelesslydisfigured. Months of carerful work gave the child features of beauty, the picture showed. Mrs. M. Halverson, of the California state organiization of nurses, gave a short talk and told of the nurses’ conference to take placemen May 22, in Los Angeles. The Wednesday meeting was arranged by Dr. La...
OBITUARY MRS. PERCY SMITH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
OBITUARY MRS. PERCY SMITH Mrs. Percy Smith, well known worker in church circles in Eagle Rock, died Wednesday evening at her home on Everett street, Glendale. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the Scovern funeral parlors, Glendale, with interment at Forest Lawn. Deceased had been associated with the Methodist church in Eagle Rock for the last three years, and was an active worker in the west section of the Women’s society of the Eagle Rock United Methodist-Congresgational church. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. E. A. Palmer of the United church. Solos were sung by Mrs. Glen Gardiner, with Mrs. Anita Aiken Knox as accompanist. Deceased was a native of England.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE— Classified Advertisements 1 1 Lost and Found LOST—Black Belgian shepherd dog. With small tan and whits mark- ' ings. Family pet. Answers to name "Solly.” Reward. CL. 62937. T364 Yosemite. It23x 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Avc. 48. ALbany 8787. tf!9c 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 DRESSMAKING and remodeling— Former employees of leading shops in Beverly Hills and Pasadena. Silk and wool dresses, $4., $5; cotton, $l., $1.50; children’s 50c, 75c, AL. 9871. 1400 Cedar Edge. tf2oc Lawn Renovating Power Machine. Landscape Gardening. Excavating. Grading. Hauling. Top Soil and Decomposed Granite. A. NELSON AL. 2622 918 N. Ave. 50 AL. 9241 GOLDEN RULE BROTHERHOOD TREE WRECKING - INSURANCE —lawn and garden work. Rubbish and dirt hauling...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
6 For Rent —Unfurn. HOUSES—FOR RENT UNFURN. Modern, home; real fireplace; every comfort; above fog. 5172 Ellenwood Dr. It 23c FOR RENT UNFURN. —Five rooms and sleeping porch., Double garage. Redecorated throughout. $3O, Near school, car and stores. 5002 Hartwick. AL. £507. M&amp;Ttf23c FOR RENT UNFURNISHED—Attractive 4 room house. Refrigeration. Garage, wall heater, sunny, quiet. Some furniture if desired. 2027 Addison way. tfl7c FOR RENT UNFURN—I26S Hill drive. 5 room stucco. Tile bath and sink. Double garage. AL. 4470. tfl9c FOR RENT UNFURN—Most Desirable. Many built-ins. Three rms„ sleeping porch, large closets. Heaters. $20.00. Water paid. 2329 Yosemite Dr. M&amp;Ttf22c 7 Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT—Store bunding in Eagle Rock. Preferably on Colorado Blvd. Must be good location, near center. Size about 30x100 feet. Address Box AK, Advertiser. 3tl9c 10 Wanted Don’t Give Your Magazines Away You can sell them or exchange with us. We pay 3c each for 1931 and 1932 e...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
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Two High School Commencements are Next Week Large Classes Get Diplomas Feb. 1 and 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
Two High School Commencements are Next Week Large Classes Get Diplomas Feb. 1 and 3 Plans have been completed for both junior and senior commencement exercises at Eagle Rock high school. Eagle Rock seniors, numbering 45, will receive their diplomas Wednesday night, and 102 junior high students will be elevated into the ranks of seniors at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, Feb. 3. Admission to the senior commencement will be by ticket only, but no reservation is placed upon the junior event. Senior commencement speakers will be Betty Baxter on "Gifts" and Robert Fisher on "Compensation." Junior speakers will be Elizabeth Alderkin and Frederick Lindsley. The senior class will receive diplomas from Asst. Supt. of Schools, Harry M. Shafer. A mixed chorus of the senior class will sing several selections and Dorothy Jahn will play a piano solo. The girls of the class have elected to wear simple afternoon frocks as their graduation u;c 'o‘ &gt;V : plain suits. Music for the junior commen...
Variety Show Program Good; Many on Hand [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
Variety Show Program Good; Many on Hand Farce and comedy, grand opera and vaudeville, combined to form a pleasing program presented on behalf of the Eagle Rock baseball club Wednesday night at Eagle Rock high school auditorium, as the Harry Lauder Varieties. Lauder, nephew to Sir Harry Lauder, employed a brand of humor and wit as master of ceremonies which pleased the large audience. The program was pleasingly opened by the Virgil Drengberg violin ensemble. The numbers rendered were a tribute to the artistry of the group. The Highland fling as it should be danced, not to speak of “sheen trewes” another Scotch creation, brought three charming misses; Marjorie Boohrces, Cathleen Matheson and Jean Morrison, as weir as Piper Cowee, The Harry Lauder and Bebe Cole Impromptu number was a surprising break, Harry Lauder showing himself to be quite versatile and Miss Cole’s impersonation of a cornet was no less than convincing. The playground number, Dixie Dancers—a group of women in black-fa...