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KEEP WATER OUT OF POWER VAULTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
KEEP WATER OUT OF POWER VAULTS In the face of one of the heaviesi and most persistent rain storm; since 1914, the municipal bureau ol power and light during the recent storms set up a new record of maintaining uninterruped light and power service. This was accomplished by trained crews, working on a 24hour schedule, who pumped the flood waters from hundreds of underground power vaults. There are 4500 such vaults to house the complicated electric equipment. Inuring the rains, five trucks, equipped with manhole pumps, were rushed to all parts of the city, day and night, pumping out the flooded vaults. The average vault is eight feet wide, 10 feet deep and 20 feet long. Pumps operating at 150 gallons a minute can empty a flooded vault in from 20 to 30 minutes. In three vaults, subjected to an excessive amount of water, permanent sump pumps have been Installed. When water enters the vaults the pumps operate automatically. Although the vaults are protected by double manhole covers, seale...
gmrW II uSCOUTS (Mi [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
gmrW II uSCOUTS (Mi The first Eagle Rock Boy Scouts court of honor for 1933 was witnessed by the largest crowd ever attending this kind of a ceremony The Eagle Rock grammar school auditorium was filled to capacity H. Clark, new president, gave an address of welcome and Mr. Johnson, Court Honor counsellor, acted as master of ceremonies. Music was furnished by the boy scout band and stunts were put on by troops No. 1 and No. 3. The boys receiving badges were as follows; Troop No. 1 Dick Kratz, Shirl Rogers, Jack Potter, Louis Ferguson, Henry Crowe, Robt. Olson, John Olson, and Wesley Knox, 2nd badge; Conrad Huber, personal health, firemanship, and metalwork; Jas. Slaughter, Ist class badge; Don S. Elvrum, Ist, interpreting. civics, jr. and star examiner; Chas. Goodale, Ist, carpentry, woodwork, firemanship, personal health and metalwork, Jr. Examiner bdg, and civic service; Geo. D. Hale, Ist, camping, safety. Troop No. 2 George Ward, 2nd, music; Joe Dickerson, Star Examiner; Norman 1 ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
Sun Goshi BEN OKUBO, Manager Free Delivery 1576 Colorado Specials—Thurs., Fri., and Sat., February 2-3-4 FANCY NEWTON PIPPIN APPLES 11 lbs 2s c Best for Cooking and Eating FANCY SWEET POTATOES H lbs. 25c Uniform Size FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES 7 ,bs - 25 c Snappy and Juicy FANCY FRESH PINEAPPLES Each 23c EXTRA FANCY SOLID RIPE TOMATOES MG' SWEET SPANISH ...JJ lbs. JQc LARGE CRISPY WELL BLEACHED CELERY 3 &lt;“» KK SWEET OREGON RUTABAGAS 51bs.]()c
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
_J DICCLY WIGCLV 1 and 4FEWAY STODI DISTI3IBMTION -WIT MoLJ T WA, -r i=- " These prices effective through Tuesday of next week, in all stores within miles of the city of Los Angeles, beyond which point freight charges will be added on some particular commodities. FANCY PER LB. DEL ~ MONTE ft# TINS Fancy Country Gentleman corn, packed by Del Monte. Sale limit 6 cans 2 TINS IDC 19c Limit 2-11 15&lt; *= b'”- «uutu Ull BUTTER La France or Sunset Gold. Frit CORN Fanc y Country Gentleman corn, packed by Del Mon TOMATOES V 6c S^rdaleJ,r_and_s la ndarJ tomatoes &gt;vi,h puree in large tins. Limit « tins. TISSUE A 3 r f°oT 10c Zen thepale ,vory tissue-wrapped for hygienic protection. Limit 6 roils SOAP ?s?g 10^ r 23c Jl'lme King laundry soap-makes your washing sweet and snow-white. WALNUTS e m d 15c No. 1 California soft shell. Emerald stamp is vour guarantee. BROOMS R l D A c L r 25c Jed Line brand brooms, sturdily built— smooth handle, good green straw. _ urjllu orooms, stu...
This Will be Goodwill and Friendship Week Stores Giving Event; Sales To Be Climax [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
This Will be Goodwill and Friendship Week Stores Giving Event; Sales To Be Climax The stage is set for Eagle Rock’s big "Goodwill and Friendship” celebration all of this week, starting today and continuing until Saturday evening. It promises to be one of the "livest” events of the kind yet held in this community. With a week filled with interesting things, the celebration is to be climaxed by unusual sales events in Eagle Rock stores, which are sponsoring the celebration in the interest of promoting greater goodwill and friendship between the stores and the public. Decoration of streets and stores will appear this morning, to be the order for the entire week. Later in the week there will be music during the afternoons and evenings, and in the evenings everything will be made brilliant with flood and other lights, to make it just as attractive as possible for the public. This part of the program was promoted I and will be handled by Roy .Weaver, | radio dealer. - y*. ‘ The climax of ...
Large Jr. High School Class Is Graduated [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
Large Jr. High School Class Is Graduated Eagle Rock junior high school commencement exercises were held Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, in the school auditorium, with many parents and friends present. The class was presented by Miss Helen Babon, principal of the junior and senior high schools. The combined glee clubs of junior high and the school orchestra rendered several selections. The class speakers, Elizabeth Alderkin, speaking on the "Secret of Edison,” and Frederick Lindsley, on “We, the People,,” were received enthusiastically. Both addresses showed excellent preparation. Miss Margaret Noe, girls’ viceprincipal, presented the honors, and E. C. Franklin, boys’ vice-principal, presented the diplomas. Following is a list of those who will be ushered into senior high school next Monday; i9ii».. Girls 1 ■ "Elizabeth Marjorie Beck, Juanita Browning, Lois Clark, Betty Jane Cobler, Doris Cooley, Mary Dualsky, Harriet Preudenberg, Phyllis Gaiger. Marylin Carol Graves. Lucille Margare...
PRESENT PROGRAM ON FOUNDER S DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
PRESENT PROGRAM ON FOUNDER S DAY Rockdale P.T.A. will celebrate Founder’s Day with an appropriate -Program Friday at 2 P.M. A dialogs ■Written by the Founder’s Day chairman, Mrs. R. A. Muenster, of Hill drive, will be given. Mrs. Louis A. Lewis, Founder’s Day chairman for Highlands council and former president of San Rafael P.T.A., will speak. Special music will be furnished. Everyone is welcome and a special invitation is extended to former active members. Mrs. Mark A. Eaton, Mrs. Geo. Klawitter, Mrs. P. F. Petersen, Mrs. R. S. Weatherhead and Mrs. John Le Zatte, attended a Tenth District meeting at Mount Vernon Junior high school Thursday.
SCHOOL PAPER IS PROVING POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
SCHOOL PAPER IS PROVING POPULAR “A century of progress’, school paper published ,by students of Eagle Rock grammar school. The frlst copies offered went like the proverbial hot—cake. The cover shows Uucle Sam (very youthful), towering above boys and girls of many nationalities. This cover, which is In outline, was further enchanccd by indivual color work by the pupils in their classes. The paper contains, in addition to contributions from all classes of the school, poems, composition and advertising. It also has a drama section and a page of jokes, and the paper has been in great demand from the kindergarten up through the grades.
“TAXNOCKRACY” WILL BE EXPLAINED TO SUFFERERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
“TAXNOCKRACY” WILL BE EXPLAINED TO SUFFERERS Taxnockracy will be the subject of discussion at the regular monthly meeting of the Eagle Rock TaxPayers’ league, to be held in the central grammar school, Caspar and Chickasaw avenues, this evening at 8 o'clock. A protest against the spread of the assessment for the opening and widening of N. Figueroa st, will be on hand for signatures, and some Interesting information thereon will be shown. Hie public is welcome.
* EARLY COPY; MAY WE » * HAVE IT THIS WEEK— * * NEWS AND ADVERTISING * [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
* EARLY COPY; MAY WE » * HAVE IT THIS WEEK— * * NEWS AND ADVERTISING * * Earnest request is made by • * the Eagle Rock Advertiser for * * EARLY COPY, both News and • * Advertising, for Thursday’s * * newspaper. This request is made * * because of the rush that will * i* occur in connection with pub- * * lication of the larger edition of » * of the Advertiser, due to the * * sales in connection with the * * celebration of Goodwill and * * Friendship Week. In producing * * a newspaper there is consider- * * able work, a*d this, of course, * *is greatly increased when a * * larger edition is published. Co- * * operation in the matter of early * * copy will be greatly appreciated * * by the Eagle Rock Advertiser * * and those who manufacture it. *
Inter-Club To Stage Annual Dinner Party [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
Inter-Club To Stage Annual Dinner Party Announcement Is made by H, G. Warren, president, that the annual meeting of the Inter-club association, of Eagle Rock, will be held at the Oakmont Country club, in Glen- | dale, the evening of Tuesday, Feb. 1 21, with dinner served at 6:30. o'clock. ■ I More than 50 are expected to at- j tend, the party being made up of members of the association and their wives or husbands as the case 1 may-be. The membership is madej up of delegates from some 20 var- j ious civic organizations of Eagle I Rock and contiguous district, the Inter-club association being a central organization intended to form a contact between different clubs and bodies. Details of the program for the annual meeting have not been announced, and are in the process of being worked out. An able speaker [will be presented to give the mesj sage of the evening. His name will , be announced within a short time.
IVAN CONOVER TO RE-ENTER BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
IVAN CONOVER TO RE-ENTER BUSINESS Ivan Conover, well known in Eagle Rock business circles and among automobile owners, is to re- ( enter the same line of business i here. With T. F. Rossiti he has taken a long term lease on the building at 2116-18 Colorado Blvd., j formerly the Buick garage, and will operate it as an up-to-date garage. The deal for the lease was handled by H. I. DeVol, well known Eagle Rock realtor. The new operators take over the building at once, and will get their new business going without delay. Their plans in detail will be announced soon. Mr. Conover, with his brother, for a number of years were Chevrolet dealer* in Eagle Rock. They sold that business about two years ago to Joe Wynn, who formed the Wynn Chevrolet company, the present Chevrolet dealer for this territory.
23rd Birthday Of Scouts Is All This Week [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
23rd Birthday Of Scouts Is All This Week Boy Scouts of Eagle Rock are joining this week in observing the 23d anniversary of the Scout movement in America. Beginning yesterday and extending until Saturday evening, Feb. 5 to 11, is Boy Scout Week throughout the country. The mystic day and hour for Scouts will be Wednesday at 8:15 at which time, before their parents, each Scout in Eagle Rock will repledge himself, before his parents, to Scouting and the principles for which it stands. He will repeat the Scout oath and certain of the rules. The Scout oath was the Oath of Citizenship of the aneient Athenians, the model from which most oaths of citizenship have been modeled. Observance of the anniversary started yesterday for the nearly 250 Scouts in Eagle Rock, when the various troops attended church services, going in bodies. Exhibits of Scout work will be on display at various store and other show windows during the week. This is always an Interesting feature for the public and attract...
FATHERS’ NIGHT ATTRACTS CROWD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
FATHERS’ NIGHT ATTRACTS CROWD A gratifying number of “dads” of Eagle Rock grammar school pupils turned out for the Fathers’ Night i program of the P.T.A. Friday even-! ing in the school auditorium. The entertainment program included musical numbers by the orchestra and glee clubs, and presentation of a play, “Hansel and Crete!” by the 3-A class. The play was well acted and the stage settings and costumes gave testimony of the cleverness and resourcefulness of the teachers in charge. Mother Goose rhymes, covering any and all problems from childhood until old age, pointing out the lessons of life and exerting a guiding influence over the lives of those who study the plain truths found in the Universal nursery rhymes, formed the basis for an impressive talk given by Mrs. Helen B. Paulsen. She used Mother Goose characters to illustrate her points. Mrs. Paulsen reminded her audience that, in the present times when much thought has to be given to the problems of food and clothing, that of...
* PHONE AL. 2068 IF YOU * * DO NOT RECEIVE YOUR * * COPY OF ADVERTISER * [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
* PHONE AL. 2068 IF YOU * * DO NOT RECEIVE YOUR * * COPY OF ADVERTISER * * We take this occasion to re- * * peat the admonition to the peo- * * pie of Eagle Rock to notify this * * office, AL. 3068, if for any rea- * * son you do not receive your copy * * of the Eagle Rock Advertiser, * * on your porch, either Monday * * or Thursday. In delivering 5000 * * copies someone might be missed, * * or your paper disappear. It * * should be at your door before * * breakfast. Some might hesitate * * to “complain” because of the * * fact the paper is a gift to you * * from us, but we consider it a * * favor. Notify this office before * * 3 p.m. on the day of publication • * and a copy will be sent to you * * by special carrier, maintained * * for that'purpose. *
Committee To Choose Camera Club Cognomen [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
Committee To Choose Camera Club Cognomen The second meeting of the new camera club was held at the home of Dorthy Fulton, 5334 Ellenwood Dr. Thursday evening. Twenty—three attended. The organization set out to select a name, but after several futile attempts the task was turned over to a committe composed of Edward McMurtry, Paul Mac farlane and James Giridlian. Mrs. Roy H. Kreyser was appointed sectary protem hnd arrangements were made for a camera trip to the desert Feb. 11, 12 and 13. E. H. Howes, of San Marino invited the club to his home for the next meeting, which will be held Thursday Feb. 16. Great satisfaction was expressed over the quality of the cramera work shown at the meeting all signs point toward a very successful club with ! a considerably lager membership.
OXY STARTS NEW TERM ON TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
OXY STARTS NEW TERM ON TUESDAY Registration for new classes begins today at Occidental college. Tomorrow the regular college routine will be under way, following a strenuous season of term exams and the attending suspense. Last Wednesday night members of the freshman class enjoyed a dinner dance at College Union hall. More than 50 men students left Thursday, in company with Dr. Rsmsen D. Bird, president of the college, and others to attend the annual retreat at Switzer's camp in the Arroyo Seco. Installation of student body of-1 ficers is planned for Thursday. Details will be announced in Thursday’s Eagle Rock Advertiser. A music recital will be given by Miss Harper of the college faculty Wednesday evening, at 8 o’clock. A delightful program has been prepared.