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“CRICKET ON THE HEARTH” “RETURN” ENGAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
“CRICKET ON THE HEARTH” “RETURN” ENGAGEMENT Gilmor Brown’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “The Cricket on the Hearth,” presented before Christmas at the Pasadena Community Playhouse, opened for a week at the Playhouse Tuesday evening. The play created interest through an original and unique method of presentation whereby Mr. Brown, as the reader, costumed as an elderly gentleman of the Dickens period, I enters the theater and apologetically seats himself in a miniature stage set in the orchestra pit. Prom time to time he reads from the novel and the actors resume the story on the 1 stage where he leaves off. The original cast of the production is playing in the return en- gagement and includes Herbert Rooksby, Murray Yeats, Mary Mason, Thomas Browne Henry and Ras Murray. BEAD AND USE ADVERTISER WANT ADS
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
$ 59 50 For this NEW Frnnnitiw Mndal — T.:'-Sea srssas*# d4ft£w K fiM if mm V-- • Never before —a value like this. A brand new quality THOR Agitator Washer with high price features from "stem to stern" —for only $59.50 A small down payment brings it to your home. Pay the balance with the money this efficient THOR will save for you. Call us for a free demonstration in your home. Ironer $15.00 Extra CAMPBELL ELECTRIC CO. 5062 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. CLeveland 67021
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
■» ' , ■as A &gt;T&lt; Those who are critical about Shoe Repairs know that they get the kind that satisfies—in quality, workmanship and style— at the PHILLIPS’ SHOE HOSPITAL DRESS SHOES AT COST All Our Men’s and Boys’ Shoes in this Sale. ho oLaoJL PHILLIPS* WE RE BACK ON THE JOB, BUT IT WASN’T OUR FEET THAT WERE SICK. OUR FEET ARE O.K.—ARE YOURS? Our FOOT COMFORT STATION is for your help and convenience. We are back on the job, prepared to supply you with the Dr. Scholl’s Foot Appliances and remedies to bring joy to your feet and to you. DR. SCHOLL’S FOOT COMFORT STATION WWI k 'A HOME ATMOSPHERE In the transaction of ordinary business we expect to find an air o¥ commercialism. Mortuary service presents a different aspect Only in recent years has the mortuary been developed to the point of taking care of funeral services completely and exclusively. Such a service had always been regarded as belonging to the home. The modern funeral director is expected to employ the l...
EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS PREPARATIONS COMPLETE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS PREPARATIONS COMPLETE William T. Taylor, chairman of the committee in charge of arrange■irtSHwmpmamm meetings of the Baptist church, an- ' nounces that details for the campaign have been completed. “Several Innovations have been worked out” states Mr. Taylor, “which insures two weeks of interesting and successful meetings." These meetings will be held each evening (except Mondays) from Feb. 12 to 26. Rev. A. P. Howells, of Highland Park Baptist church, will occupy the local pulpit, and Charles Lundie will direct the song service. |
NOTED EDUCATOR VISITS NEPHEW IN EAGLE ROCK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
NOTED EDUCATOR VISITS NEPHEW IN EAGLE ROCK Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Johnston, of 1700 N. Ave. 46, will have as their guests over the week-end, Mr. and Mrs. Ira DeLong of Boulder, Colo. Mr. DeLong, president emeritus of the University of Colorado, is an uncle of Mr. Johnston. After enjoying a visit in Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. DeLong are making an ocean voyage to New York, via the Panama canal, on the liner Virginia, stopping at Los Angeles over Sunday, where they will be met by the Johnstons and brought to Eagle Rock. The couple plan to return to Los Angeles after their ocean trip, and will visit with friends and relatives for some time.
OBITUARY WILLIAM CALVIN DOWELL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
OBITUARY WILLIAM CALVIN DOWELL Funeral services were being conducted Tuesday in the Wee Kirk o’ the Heather, Forest Lawn, for William Calvin Dowell, who died last Sunday at his home, 5070 Floristan Ave., Los Angles. Interment was in the Whispering Pines section at Forest Lawn. Born 77 years ago in i Peoria, 111., Mr. Dowell had been a resident of Los Angeles since 1902. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Leota Seggmiller of Santa Cruz, and two sons, Herbert D. Dowell and Clifford H. Dowell of Los Angeles. Folks find it pays to read the advertisements of the Eagle Hock merchants.
■the FAFtMCRS ~ comen .—4* RALPH KTAYLOR Sec-Agricultural Legislative " Committee of GallPornia [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
■the FAFtMCRS ~ comen .— 4* RALPH KTAYLOR Sec-Agricultural Legislative " Committee of GallPornia California farmers cannot be expected to look very kindly upon some of the tax-shifting proposals masquerading as “economy measures" before the 1933 state legislature. While there are many honest and sincere suggestions for dealing with the task of balancing the state budget, there is also a flood of prowhieb would 'vrg’ava.V* the plight ot the larmer ana mdiviau» taxpayer, instead of relieving it. Typical of these spurious economy gestures are the many schemes for piling new taxes on agriculture in the guise of license fees and inspection charges. The vital need during the 1933 legislative session is real economy—reductions, eliminations and general retrenchment —rather than shifts and transfers. Agriculture, with this in mind, should give most careful consideration to the proposals for reducing the expenditures of its own branch of government—the state department of agriculture. The ag...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE Classified Advertisements Thomas Lipton, who made a fortune in tea, had a verse for a business motto: His autobiography, just published. reveals that liis belief was: “The man w’ho on his trade reties must either bust or advertise.” 1 Lost and Found LOST —Black Belgian shepherd dog. With small tan and white markings. Family pet. Answers to name “Solly.” Reward, CL. 62937. 1364 Yosemite. It23x 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 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. ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
3 Situations Wanted RELIABLE WOMAN wants housework. Practical nursing or care of children. 2221 La Verna. AL. 1761. Ttflc 5 For Rent—Furn. HOUSES—FOR RENT FURN.—Cozy 4 rooms, in court, $2O a month. AL. 2407. T&amp;M2tl9p FOR RENT—Furn, house, $l6, water paid. Three rooms, bath. CL 66620. 1554 Pairpark. tfsc FOR RENT—S room furnished home, $25. Piano and overstuffed. Also 3 rooms and garage $lB. Inquire 1420 Yosemite Dr. It26c FOR RENT —Nicely furnished small cottage. Overstuffed. Piano. Garage. Adults. Inquire 5071 Hermosa. AL. 1270. tf26c « LADY living In own home will give rent of same to couple in exchange for board. AL. 2651, lt26c APARTMENTS—FOR RENT FURNlSHED—Apartment beautifully located. Also furnished room. Rent reasonable. 1865 Hill Dr. tf27c FOR RENT FURN.—s3o.oo—New, attractive duplex, garage. Strictly modern: tile bath, kitchen. Beautiful view. 4958 Loleta. AL, 9523 ' or AL. 1422. , J Ttfl2c *6 For Rent—Unfurn. houses— FOR BENT UNFURN.—Five rooms and sleeping po...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
6 For Rent —Unfurn. ■FOR RENT—Unfur. new stucco duplex; cozy; 4 rms lower, airy bed rooms; nice closets; hall with linen closet; tile bath, shower; large kitchen and dinette; tile sink; built-in ice box; roomy garage. Only $25.00. 4110 Manor Court. (Manor Court is 1 blk N. of E. R. Blvd., off W. Ave. 41). Owner RO. 3324. Ttf26c 7 Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT—Store building in Eagle Rock. Preferably on Colorado Blvd. Must be good location, near center. Size about 30x100 feet. Address Box AK, Advertiser. 3tl9c 8 Real Estate FOR SALE—Large lot 3 blocks from Eagle Rock high school. $4OO terms. Also another costing a non-resident $2500 for $750, terms. All assessments paid to date. Inquire 1420 Yosemite Dr. U26c $32,50 5 Boom Modern Stucco, Kitchen, dining, living and 2 bedrooms. Car. 3921 W. Ave. 43. Security Realty Co., agents, 4466 Eagle Rock Blvd. CL. 61528, 2t26c 10 Wanted WANTED TO BUY—Small home in Eagle Rock near car line. Bargain from owner. Send full details. Box A. B. % Adver...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
II For Sale $2850 — Only $350 Cash Buys this 5 room modern frame bungalow in excellent condition, and well located. This one is priced to sell. F. S. ROSS CO. 1386 Colorado AL 8323 New Used FURNITURE Invalids Wheel Chair to rent or for sale. 2-Piece Overstuffed Suite (new) $32.50 2 Piece Ovestuffed Suite (Like New) 529.50 Coffee Tables (New) 51.89 Overstuffed Chair &amp; Rocker $3.50 — $4,00 Heaters Gas and Electric $l.OO up Gas Stoves, Hi and Lo Oven $3.00 up Wilcox Gibbs Portable Electric Sewing Machine $22 so Wind Wings (Pair) $l.OO Single Bed and Coil Springs .. $5.00 4 Piece Bedroom Set (Green) $27.50 4 Piece Bedroom Set (4 Posted Bed) $12.00 Day Beds and Pads ....$8.50 —.12.50 Breakfast Sets —$3.50 - $6.50 - $12.00 Mahogany Dresser (Refinish) $12.50 Twin Beds (Wood) Each $3.50 8.3x10.6 Rugs—s3.oo - $4.50 - $lO,OO $15,00 9x12 Rug $3.00 Baby Beds (Refinished with new Mattress) $5.50—57.00 Chests of Draws $2.50 up Book Case $6,50 - $lO.OO Birds Eye Maple Dressers, Chiff.,...
Evening School Preparing For The New Term [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
Evening School Preparing For The New Term Although the new term does not begin until Fob. 6, Franklin evening high school already is registering students. The program of subjects has been revised carefully to meet demands of the community, and every effort has been made to offer courses which will afford a maximum of opportunity to all residents of Northeast Los Angeles. “Adult education." said Edwin B. Angier, principal of the evening school, “is designed to meet the needs of at least three groups. Some come to the school to improve their abilities or fill gaps in their education, in order to increase their earning power; some come to broaden their culture; the object of others is worth-while recreation. "We have, therefore, planned courses in business subjects, such as bookkeeping, typewriting, stenography, grammar school review 'grammar, spelling, composition and arithmetic), and civil service preparation, for the first group. For the second we are providing creative writing, Fre...
BOYS TELL ABOUT EVENTS OF WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
BOYS TELL ABOUT EVENTS OF WEEK Nineteen members of the Comrade group of senior high school boys held their bi-monthly meeting, with dinner and program, at the Presbyterian church Monday evening. Interesting events in which the boys participated the week previous were reported. Eleven of the group attended a talk at the Glendale “Y” given by Prof. Nylander of Occidental College on “Tramps and Hobos.” Bob Doud gave a digest of the lecture. Last Saturday four of the boys, with F. R. Pargellis, joined a group from Occidental on an industrial trip through the Cudahy Packing Co., a visit to the Los Angeles harbor and to the steamer Maylola. John Fobes, Bill Lorentz and Eugene Cull gave interesting accounts of the education side of the trip. Great interest was taken in a discussion on “Finger Prints” by Thomas MAlary of the district attorney’s office.
DEMONSTRATION IRONER NEXT SAT. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
DEMONSTRATION IRONER NEXT SAT. M. B. Campbell, of the Campbell Electric Co., 5062 Eagle Rock Blvd., announced yesterday he has arranged for a demonstration Saturday, from 10 a.m. until evening, of the new electric ironer, to be held at his store. The company carries in stock both the General Electric flatplate and the Thor rotary ironers. “Mrs. Garron, the demonstrator, would like to have all ladies having ironers, as well as those without, attend the demonstration Saturday,” said Mr. Campbell, “and see what excellent results can be accomplished with ease. We want the women to feel that they can call upon us for advice or suggestions."
BIG FUND GIVEN BY POWER BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
BIG FUND GIVEN BY POWER BUREAU With the recent transfer of $20,000 from bureau of power and light revenue funds for charitable relief, the amount of money from ppwer. revenue funds released for charit- ! able purposes during the last two years reached a total of $397,500.! | Of this amount $200,000 went to | the Community Chest and the remaining $197,500 to the Parept j Teachers association to provide milk \ for hungry school children and to' the Associated Women's committee' for the relief of unemployed young! women. The money reaches these agencies j by being transferred to the general ( fund of the city and, after approval of the city council, allocated to the | social service commission with in-1 structions as to how it is to be dis- | taursed. Beginning this year, the bureau 1 of power and light launched a con- | structive program that involves ex--1 penditure of $1,276,000, a large por-' : tion of which will go into payrolls, j according to E. F. Scattergood, chief, electrical...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
Sun Goshi BEN OKVBO, Manager ____» dA. f ru R9iu Specials—Thurs., Fri., and Sat., January 26-27-28 U. S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES gibs. Jgc Extra Fancy Baiting FANCY WINESAP APPLES- 11 25' Juicy Red Beating GOLDEN YELLOW RIPE BANANAS 7 lbs - 25' FRESH JUICY LEMONS *«■ 5' SELECTED NO. 1 BANANA SQUASH l c SNOWY WHITE—NICE CAULIFLOWER each gc LARGE BLEACHED CRISPY CELERY 3 sta,ks lo c FRESH, SWEET CARROTS-TURNIPS 9 bnchs JQc Same Finest Quality