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LITTLE THEATER ? OPENING FEB. 23 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

LITTLE THEATER ? OPENING FEB. 23 Opening performances at the Little Theater of the Highlands, recently formed community organization of northeast Los Angeles, will take place the evenings ;of Feb. 23, 24, and 25th. Pour one-act plays, a comedy, a farce, a fantasy and a Russian drama, are the offerings selected by Mrs. Rennay Shryock, director. A social evening will be held at the Arroyo Seco club house auditorium, 6150 Piedmont, Saturday evening at 8 o’clock for members and friends. Stunts by members of the players’ department and a group af violin solos by Raymond Shryock vUI be given during the evening. The membership campaign is in charge of Mrs. Owen H. Hill, 6224 Springvale Dr.

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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LECTURE THURSDAY, FEB. 9 UPON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

LECTURE THURSDAY, FEB. 9 UPON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE A free lecture on Christian Science, entitled “Christian Science, the Religion of Progress,” is announced by the Sixteenth Church of Christ, Scientist, in the church edifice, 5006 Ellenwood drive,, Eagle Rock, at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, Feb. 9. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. The lecture will be by Judge Samuel W. Greene, C.5.8., of Chicago, member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. The public is Invited.

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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GRAMMAR SCHOOL CLASS APPEARS IN CLEVER PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

GRAMMAR SCHOOL CLASS APPEARS IN CLEVER PLAY Members, of the Opportunity A class, at Eagle Rode grammar school j appeared in a clever play, “An Imaginary visit to the World’s Pair,” presented Monday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock before pupils of the school, parents arid friends. The school paper which has long been awaited and which was mine- | ographed in the school and edited by the Opportunity A , class,. was circulated this week. The paper, represented each class in school.

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LUTHERANS WILL HOLD MEET HERE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

LUTHERANS WILL HOLD MEET HERE The Young People’s societies of the Lutheran churches in the San Fernando valley and vicinity met at the First Lutheran church of Van Nuys Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. for a “Get-together.” In spite of the rain large delegations of tiitheran opting people wave pag—at ■ fiom Glendale, Lancaster, North Hollywood, San Fernando, West Hollywood and Van Nuys. The afternoon was spent in playing various games, among them an interesting “indoor track meet.” Shortly before 5 o’clock a brief meeting was held at which the pastors and presidents of the various churches and societies spoke. Harry Maloski, president of the Eagle Rock society, and Rev. A, J Bueltmann, pastor of Eagle Rock Lutheran church, extended an invitation for the next “get-together’ in April at Eagle Rock. North Hollywood and Lancaster also extended Invitations. That of Eagle Rock was accepted. At 5 o’clock a vesper service was held, the Rev. Armand Mueller, pastor of the Van Nuys church, preaching...

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MRS. KILTY’S CONDITION REPORTED AS IMPROVING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

MRS. KILTY’S CONDITION REPORTED AS IMPROVING Mrs. J. D. Kilty, who was seriously injured Christmas day in a traffic accident, is reported to be improving gradually. She is expected to be allowed to) sit up next week jured. Mrs. Kilty suffered fractures of her left shoulder and pelvis. Her exact condition cannot be ascertained, physicians state, until she is able to be raised up and Xray’s taken. It is thought that these may be taken next week. During her five weeks in bed, Mrs. Kilty, who has a wide circle of friends in the community, has received many tokens and cards to help relieve the monotony of lying constantly on her back.

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OBITUARY MRS. MITTIE E. NASH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

OBITUARY MRS. MITTIE E. NASH Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Wee Kirk o’ the Heather, Forest Lawn, for Mrs. Mittie E. Nash, 73, who had been a resident of Los Angeles for 10 years, residing with her daughter, Mrs. Estella Bidaman, of 3118 Division street. Mrs. Nash was well known in Eagle Rock. Interment was made in Forest Lawn. Cresse’s, of Eagle Rock, was in charge.

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MRS. SALLY E. GIVENS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

MRS. SALLY E. GIVENS Funeral services for Mrs. Sally E. Givens, 91, of 2323 Addison way, were held Tuesday afternoon at Cresse’s Highland Park parlors. Mrs. Givens had resided here with her daughter for 10 years. She is survived by her husband, Thomas D. Givens, her daughter, Mrs. Millie Hagen. Interment was made in Forest Lawn.

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MRS. SALLIE E. GIVCUS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

MRS. SALLIE E. GIVCUS Funeral rites were being conducted Tuesday afternoon for Sallie E. Glvcus, who-died last Sunday at her home, 2323 Addison way, Eagle Rock. Services at Cresse’s Highland Park mortuary were followed by Interment in Graceland section of Forest Born 91 years ago in Kentucky, Mrs. Givcus had been a resident of Los Angeles since 1923. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Mollie A- Sdgan of Los Angelas, andF 'one son, T. L. Glvcus of Kansas City, Mo.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY Is still doing unexcelled laundry work. Any kind of service you wish, from wet wash to fancy hand work at prices as low or lower than any other first class laundry. We do not resort to “catch” rates peddled around on hand bills Neither do we “HAND FINISH” shirts. We Hand Iron Them Throughout WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER. EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY GEORGE W. BECK, Proprietor 1724 COLORADO BLVD. ALbany 5061 I know no better way to express my feelings to the people of Eagle Rock than in the words of one of my clients, reprinted below with permission. OFFICE OF OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE COMPTROLLER Los Angeles, Calif. DEAR CARROLL: , - Herewith-is personal check for Buick insurance. May the New Year start right and end right and prosper you all the way through. Sincerely, F. F. McLAIN. 24 HOUR INSURANCE SERVICE 5206 Mt. Helena Ave., Eagle Rock ALbany 2178 Buy your insurance as though you expected a loss. (fI^^EBRUARY CLEARANCE § A 3(6 6 o o o 9 :\ NEW 1933 ELECTRIC RANGES Your ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

WE CLOSE SUNDAY . 5014 Eagle Rock Blvd. BUY NOW FOR SUNDAY ... WE CLOSE SUNDAY ... BUY NOW FOR SUNDAY One Block South of Colorado Blvd. in Eagle Rock Closed Sundays CENTRAL MARKET SPECIAL PRICES IN EFFECT THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2-3-4 SAUER KRAUT v 01/ C A I ».& W. MELLOW’D No. m Can Qcl n m ]m QUAIL BRAND & I 29° COFFEE I PANCAKE FLOUR SPERRY’S. Mb. 4 Pkg. oz. With Purchase of Full Fine Pure Table Syrup at reg Bottle price 19c PINEAPPLE... 9 cans 9 CJc No. 2'A Cans. «■ No. Z'/> Cans. ASTER. Broken Slices. PEACHES. 2 No. 2i/ 2 cans 9 Kt LIBBY’S DELUXE. Large Halves. * CRISC0 I,bcan l6 c FRENCH DRESSING.... 11c HILL’S. 8-oz. Bottle. Reg 1 . 15c. A RICE POPS WHEAT POPS Pkg. ..gc FL0UR...24!/2-lb.sack JQc Globe Mills, Silver Star. Every Sack Gtd. OS 10 lte - 29 PURE CANE CLOTH BAGS With Purchase of Pkg. MINUTE BISCUIT FLOUR at low price 25c BUTTER itls' SWIFT’S BROOKFIELD With Purchase of 2-lb. Can Entwood SWEET PEAS at reg. price 2 cans 2...

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Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

Editorial SILVER AND MONEY In such times as the country ha; been experiencing during the lasi more than three years, it is to b( expected that all manner of schemes will be put forward to increase the amount of money, or to otherwise—generally by impractical methods—cure all of the Ills that exist—financial, social, and otherwise. We have been seeing them in multitudinous array in recent months, including currency inflation, technocracy, free coinage of silver, the ole “16 to one” idea of William Jennings Bryan, etc. Now the newly elected senatoi for Utah, the country’s largest silver producing state, will propose tc congress ,he says, that the federal government buy all of the silver produced, as a means of helping the silver miners. He does not propose that the government coin all of It, however. He would just have It done to stabalizs the price—the same old story. The figures are not at hand on the 1932 silver production in the United States, but the country did produce about ejg...

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CLASS IN NAVIGATION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

CLASS IN NAVIGATION A class in navigation and nautical astronomy will be Inaugurated in Pasadena, Capt. Frank Jansen, instructor, University of Southern California announces. Ten students already have registered and a class of 25 is expected. Arrangements for the class are being made by Tom Sanson of the Pasadena Community Playhouse, who will receive applications. The date and the place will be announced in the near future.

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—LINT— By 3. G. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

—LINT— By 3. G. R. Week’s Diary Monday Went shopping It rained. Tuesday Did washing —brought clothes in half dry as it started to rain. Wednesday -- Kept children horns from school because it rained. Thursday Sunshine Cleaned house rain over. Friday -- Wakened early by the rain. ! Saturday—Sunshine—Aired bed- j ding. { Sunday—Rain—Stayed home all day—went to movie in evening and—four letter word meaning wet. : And so it rained. Sunny California It rained and rained and rained,' And then it rained some more. And when it tired of raining It started in to pour. I While the depression continues, a new Industry looms. Sharks. That isn’t a gag. We refer to the funny type. i, A shark is good for many things after the “shagreen” is removed, j The technologists are trying to , discover uses for shark oil. I, Might try feeding it to some of the loan sharks in these parts. ( Said she to her sweetheart: “I’ll surely frame you.” And she was a lady And the picture was new. There is no fool like a...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

p> f\ St. Valentine’s Day FEBRUARY 14th. Saint Valentine still has a powerful influence over youth and all those in whom the heart is young, and on this day of days Lovers everywhere wish to express themselves in sentiments befitting the occasion. This year, of all years, show them that you have a heart, qtake them happy by sending them a word of cheer this Valentine’s Day. We can show you how to do it to the “Queen’s Taste,” with our clever and exquisitely dressed Valentines with messages for all ages. Plenty of 1c and 2c ones for the Kiddies, and remember all Greetings 20% off. See them Today -SAGER’SAt the Circle Cagle Bock

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933

EAGLE ROCK I HEALTH CENTER tj By Dr. D. J. Oi&on j CHIROPRACTOR t 2270 Colorado Blvd. —CL 62526 >1 ' “ ! TUBERCULOSIS (Consumption) ; r QUESTION—I would like some I I information regarding treatment of j tuberculosis of the lungs, and what 1 , results might be expected in a case ; of two years standing. : ANSWER Physiotherapy and diet offer much in the treatment of this disease, and entire recovery Is 1 the rule. Treatments with general ' visable light and actinic rays are j the most beneficial, and should be | supplemented with sunshine, fresh air, good nourishing food of proper I combinations and some light occu- | pat ion or exercises to occupy the : mind. I j NOTE—Dr. Olson will gladly answer any health question. Send » stamped, addressed envelope. In some cases he will answer through this column. Watch it weekly. Some people who think they have open minds just mistake them for vacant ones. A man's popularity is genuine when it is due to the fact that he i...

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