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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
These prices are effective Friday and Saturday, January 27 and 28, in all stores within 75 miles of Los Angeles, beyond whith point freight charges will he added. Safeway operates Piggly Wiggly in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Kern counties, except Needles and Avalon. RAISINS SUNMAID 15-OZ. PKG. Use these plump, lender, meaty California raisins in your favorite recipes. PURE CANE SUGAR Pure cane sugar, in cloth bags at BUTTER 10 39c \ real valu 19c a costume 15c Pure cane sugar, in cloth bags at less than four cents a pound. A real value. CREAMERY FANCY—LB. La France and Sunset Gold fancy butter. Limit 2 pounds to a customer. NUCOA FOODS 2 FOR The pure vegetable oleomargarine, made by the famous Best Foods. A value. A 'V' 1 MARGARINE C r rHJJLIiUiT. X PER POUND Holiday brand, economical for cooking use. Buy a supply at this low price. PO GL DEL O NO. 2 O £■« iTX M MONTE mM TINS A real Safewav-Pigglv Wigglv value. Del Monte, Verv Small, tender peas. 17c Tillamook...
Merchants to Hold Big 1933 Celebration Event Week Feb. 6-11 To Be A Gala Time for E. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
Merchants to Hold Big 1933 Celebration Event Week Feb. 6-11 To Be A Gala Time for E. R. Eagle Rock merchants are planning things, a great celebration I event, for the week of Feb. 6 to 11, !it is announced. Indications are that it will be one of the biggest undertakings of the kind ever sponsored by Eagle Rock merchants. The event, "1933 Friendship Celebration,” is to last a week, with the big days at the end of the week, when the merchants plan to stage a big sales event, the purpose of which will be to promote interest of Eagle Rock people in Eagle Rock stores, and to bring merchants and the public into closer friendship. Street decorations, lights and music are to feature the week. Roy Weaver, operator of sales promotion and public address business, has arranged with the merchants for extensive decorations of the streets, and will provide music in the afternoons and evenings, with lights, lots of them, in the evenings. Already a large number have joined in the plans for the big e...
OPEN HOUSE WILL HONOR MRS. FISKE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
OPEN HOUSE WILL HONOR MRS. FISKE Friends from all parts of Los Angeles anti Eagle Rock will call at the home of Mrs. Charles A. Butler, 5171 Caspar Ave.. today, to pay their respects to the hostess’ mother, Mrs. Mary D. Fiske, for whom she is holding open house from 4 o'clock on. Mrs. Fiske is celebrating her 82nd birthday. Scarcely a community undertaking since Mrs. Fiske came to Eagle Rock years ago, but has received an influence from her. She is known as a woman of originality and keen intellect and it was her idea that brought forth the "Pageant of Nations” at the Hollywood bowl during the Olympic Games, the pageant being such a success that it was given a second time. Mrs. Fiske was prominent in club work in New York prior to coming here. She holds life memberships in some of New York's women's clubs, and is also a charter member of at least one.
EXPECT LARGE CROWD AT DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
EXPECT LARGE CROWD AT DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT More than 100 already have signified their intention of attending the next Saturday night dance to be held by Unity post and unit, American Legion and auxiliary, at Verdugo playgrounds, February 4. The dance committee, though unable to sacure the fire department orchestra, promised the musicians they have engaged will leave nothing to be desired. Spot dances and other novelty ideas will serve to • increase the enjoyment of the evening. A door prize will be given.
J. Frank Wight Dies Suddenly; Funeral Large [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
J. Frank Wight Dies Suddenly; Funeral Large Stricken suddenly early Thursday morning, J. Prank Wight, pioneer of Eagle Rock, passed away at about 6 a.m. at his home, 5-219 Loleta Ave., at the age of 70. Though his health had not been the best for some weeks, he did not believe his condition serious, and the end was unexpected by his family and friends, and came as a severe shock to the community, in which he had a large circle of friends. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Wee Kirk O' the Heather, Forest Lawn. It was conducted by Rev. E. A. Palmer, pastor of the United church of Eagle Rock and Rev. Frank Leak, former pastor of the Methodist church here. There was a profusion of flowers and the service was attended by a large number of relatives and friends. Cresse’s of Eagle Rock was in charge. Mr. Wight is survived ,by his widow; three sons, George of Eagle Rock, Earl of Fresno college, and Franklin of Orovllle Union high •school ; .»nd one daughter, Mrs. Mildred ...
CLASS WILL GIVE PLAY AT SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
CLASS WILL GIVE PLAY AT SCHOOL Pupils of Opportunity “A” room at Eagle Rock grammar school will present a play entitled “An Imaginary Visit to the World's Fair,” in the school auditorium at 1:30 o’clock this afternoon. Parents and friends, as well as pupils of the school, are invited to attend. The group of students in Opportunity “A’’ room have been prominent in all special programs of the school. Their presentation of this play, which is of one hour’s length, will conclude the term’s work.
CLUB GIVES CARD PARTY ON FEB. 10 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
CLUB GIVES CARD PARTY ON FEB. 10 The first social event to be announced for February by the Women’s 20th Century club will be an evening of contract and auction bridge, with special tables of checkers, dominoes and parchesi for nonbridge players, Friday, Feb. 10. A large attendance is being planned for by the ways and means committee, headed by Mrs. T. R. Knudsen. Hostesses will be on hand to assure everyone an enjoyable evening. Refreshments will be served.
OXY RETREAT TO OCCUR THIS WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
OXY RETREAT TO OCCUR THIS WEEK Sixty or more young men, students of Occidental college, will trek to Switzer’s camp in the Arroyo Seco for the annual “retreat,” Friday and Saturday, sponsored by the Men's Fellowship group and the Men’s council. This retreat, formerly especially for new students and held in the fall, is being held this year between semesters and is open to all men students. There will be talks in the stone chapel on the canyon’s edge, and in the recreation center, and discussions in which the students will participate. Speakers will include Dr. Remsen D. Bird, president and Dr. Robert G. Clelland of the Occidental faculty, and Dr. Geo. Warmer of Santa Ana.
Friday School Move Up Time For Students [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
Friday School Move Up Time For Students Friday will be moving day at the grammar schools. Pupils promoted to the next grade will be assigned to their rooms so that, with the beginning of the new term, everything will run on schedule time. Students who have been promoted to junior high school, are asked to be at the high school promptly at 8 o'clock next Monday morning. This also includes all new pupils entering junior or senior high. Regular students will have their programs arranged Friday, and will begin classes at 9 o'clock Monday morning.
FIGUEROA ASSMT. PROTEST PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
FIGUEROA ASSMT. PROTEST PLANNED Preliminary steps toward presenting an organized protest for Eagle Rock against the flat assessment of $7.50 for each 50 foot lot for opening of N. Figueroa street already has been taken. It is anticipated that in the next few days the efforts to bring about a concerted protest will be brought into shape. Protests have been made by a number of civic organizations, as well as by individuals. Many of these have been filed with the Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce. Others have indicated their intention of preparing and filing similar protests. It also is proposed to prepare printed protests to which the names of great numbers of property owners will be signed.
COUPLE HELD FOR CHECK FORGERIES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
COUPLE HELD FOR CHECK FORGERIES After eluding the police for more than a month, leaving a trail of forged checks in this district and other parts of Los Angeles, according to police, Bonnie and Phyllis Henry, man and wife, were arrested Thursday and lodged in the 77th St. jail on several counts of bad check writing. Several Eagle Rock merchants are said to be among the victims of the pair, whose worthless checks are known to total several hundred dollars. Officers of the Highland Park division assisted with the couple’s capture. They are being held without bail pending trial.
Schools Choir Groups Offer * Fine Program [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
Schools Choir Groups Offer * Fine Program Prom the stand-point of pure musical presentation, the offerings of the four high school and junior college a’ cappela choruses, joining in a program at the Eagle Rock high school Friday evening, gave eloquent testimonial of high class musical education. The blend of voices in these choirs, including Fremont, Eagle Rock and Los Angeles high schools' and Los Angeles junior college, brought out effects in well known choral numbers different than when sung to accompaniments. Each choir, led by its own director, sang a group of numbers and the program ended with a grand finale of all voices under the direction of John Smallman, of Oratorio fame. Mr. Smallman directed the combined group in “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming, “Which is the Properist Day to Sing?” and “Chillun’ Come On Home.” Other directors were Howard Swan of Eagle Rock; Verna C. Blythe, L. A. High; Ralph J. Peterson, junior college; and Ida E. Bach, Fremont. This evening of singing w...
CARD TOURNAMENT CLOSES SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
CARD TOURNAMENT CLOSES SATURDAY Interest is strong in the bridge and pinochle tournament Thursday nights at Masonic Temple. Sessions have been attended by enthusiastic players in numbers. The tournament will end Saturday night. All players will participate in th'e games the first part of the evening. Scores will then be checked and the finals played off by the highest groups in the two games. As a result of last Thursday’s play, the pinochle high scohes are held by J. O. Pinkerton, Albert McGrery and Dr. W. E. Squire. The bridge highest are Mrs. Frances Connett, Mrs. Blanche Forsyth and Mrs. J. Roy McClay. Details for the playoff are being arranged, including suitable trophies to be awarded the winners.
HOLD BASKETBALL TESTS FOR BOYS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
HOLD BASKETBALL TESTS FOR BOYS All boys, regardless of age, at Yosemite playground who desire are to be entered in competition in basketball tests. First entries tried out Saturday afternoon and the competition will continue today, Thursday, and Saturday, at 2 o’clock and after. Contestants will be tested in two ways, number of baskets each can throw in a minute, and baskets thrown in a given number of trials. The boys will be divided according to age—midgets, juniors, intermediates and seniors. Percentages will be worked out on a sliding scale of 10 tries for midgets, 20 for Juniors and intermediates and 30 for seniors. The winner in each group will receive a ticket to a tT.C.L.A. basket ball game on or about Feb. 16.
CAMERA ARTISTS HERE FORM CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
CAMERA ARTISTS HERE FORM CLUB About 20 residents of Eagle Rock, who enjoy the use of the camera, in other words, camera artists, met at the Eagle Rock branch library this week and took the preliminary steps to formation of a camera club. The meeting was called by Curtis R. Sherwood, who has been the prime mover and for several years director of the Eagle Rock Art Exhibits. The meeting, held Friday even- 1 ing, was more largely attended even than had been hoped, and it is expected the next meeting will attract' an even larger attendance. There' are a large number of camera en-| thusiasts in this community, and ' included in the number are several' with national reputation. i
Wynn Co. And Two Doctors In New Home [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
Wynn Co. And Two Doctors In New Home This is moving week for one automobile concern and two doctors in Eagle Rock. They are the Wynn Chevrolet company and Dr. Hal J. Power, dentist, and Dr. A. K. Tucker, physician and surgeon. Dr. Power and Dr. Tucker will be installed this morning in their new offices at 1609 Colorado Blvd., two doors east of the old location. The building is completed, new furniture and equipment installed, and everything is completed, ready for occupancy. In their new home the two doctors will have every facility and convenience for their practices and for the comfort of their patients. The Wynn Chevrolet company is to be in its new home, at 2252-4-6' Colorado Blvd., aljout the middle of this week. The company has taken a long term lease on the new location, which was needed, Joe Wynn,, president of the concern, states to! meet the needs of the growing busi- j ness. Considerable work has been under way for the last two weeks preparing the building for the Wynn co...
BIG ATTENDANCE AT CLUB MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
BIG ATTENDANCE AT CLUB MEETING Largest attendance of the season marked the meeting of the Women’s 20th Century club Thursday, which was American Citizenship day. The talks of the two speakers for the day, Mrs. L. Watkins, president of the Friday Morning club,, and Mab Copeland Lineman, prominent woman attorney, were received with enthusiasm. The latter speaker was given an ovation on her remarks on the meaning of citizenship and the laws of the country pertaining to women. Her talk was direct and emphatic. An impromptu reception was accorded her at the end of the meet--1 ing.