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Local High School to Graduate Big Winter Classes COMMENCEMENTS OF SENIOR AND JUNIOR BRANCHES IN FEBRUARY Classes to Number 50 and 102 Respectively. Pupils Prepare for Mid-Year Exams. Expect 150 New Students in Junior High [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
Local High School to Graduate Big Winter Classes COMMENCEMENTS OF SENIOR AND JUNIOR BRANCHES IN FEBRUARY Classes to Number 50 and 102 Respectively. Pupils Prepare for Mid-Year Exams. Expect 150 New Students in Junior High The next main event around which the interest of both junior and senior high school students will center, will be the mid-year grad- 1 uations, which will occur the first of February. According to the present standings, about 50 will graduate from senior high, and 102 who will go! from junior into senior high. The senior commencement will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, and the high junior commencement will follow on Thursday, Feb. 2. at 2 p.m., both to be held in the high school auditorium. The two divisions of Eagle Rock high school have settled down to a steady routine since the holidays, j in preparation for the semester exams, as well as commencement. Approximately 150 sixth grade pupils from the various grammar schools in the district will enter junior h...
EL MODENA WIDENING PROJECT IS HELD UP UNTIL BONDS SELL Rumor of Plan to Abandon Improvement Groundless, But New Call for Bids Necessary. Property Owners Are Protesting the Assessment [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
EL MODENA WIDENING PROJECT IS HELD UP UNTIL BONDS SELL Rumor of Plan to Abandon Improvement Groundless, But New Call for Bids Necessary. Property Owners Are Protesting the Assessment Rumors that the proceedings for widening and paving El Modena Ave„ between Colorado and N. Figueroa. were to be abandoned, are groundless, although several owners of property included in the assessment district express the belief that the project would have to be dropped. The difficulty, which has held up work on the project for many months, is the fact that about $16,000 of the original street widening bonds have not yet been sold. When the finance committee of the city council made its report last week, it was shown no bids had been received, and that it will be necessary to advertise the bonds again. Meantime, property owners who find an assessment on their tax bills for the El Modena project, are making protests to the bureau of special assessments, many of them refusing to pay the added levy until ...
ANNUAL MEET OF C. OF C. IS JAN. 10 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
ANNUAL MEET OF C. OF C. IS JAN. 10 The annual dinner of the Chamber of Commerce, provided as a part ot Us activities, will occur Friday, Jan. 10. at 6:30 p.m. at the United church parlors. Last year one of, the monthly luncheons was called j the annual dinner but no special program was given. This year Charles A. Horrworth, j of the All-Year club, will be the i speaker. He is probably as fine an entertainer as could be obtained. His services have been in demand in 46 states of the United States, for the All-Year club. Also new citizens will be introduced and Harry A. Lawson, new president of the Chamber of Commerce, will speak. Reservations should be made. Everyone is invited. The dinner will be 50 cents. This annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce is of general interest.
ANNUAL KIWANIS TEA NEXT SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
ANNUAL KIWANIS TEA NEXT SUNDAY The annual Kiwanis lea. always a delightfully informal affair, given by the retiring president and wife, in honor of the new president and wife, is to take place Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6 o’clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mann, 4702 College View Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bollinger will be the guests of honor, and all Kiwanians and their ladies are expected to call during the afternoon. The wives of three of the last pastpresldents axe to assist Idas. Mum as hotesses. They are Mrs. J. O. Richardson, Mrs. C. W Preston and Mrs. H. S. Sumner.
DR. GOODENOW IS IN NEW OFFICES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
DR. GOODENOW IS IN NEW OFFICES Dr. N. H. Goodenow has opened a private clinic for the treatment of eye, ear, nose and throat, at 5052'4 Eagle Rock Blvd. He moved this week from the former location of his offices at the Johnston Jewelry store. In the new location Dr. Goodenow has fitted up attractive, comfortable offices, well equipped with the needed apparatus for handling the various kinds of cases in which he will specialize. He has built up a considerable practice since coming to Eagle Rock about a year ago.
* GET YOUR LICENSE ON * * YOUR CAR BY JAN. 31 * OB PAY AN EXTRA $3 * * * [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
GET YOUR LICENSE ON YOUR CAR BY JAN. 31 OR PAY AN EXTRA $3 After Jan. 31 auto owners will pay an additional $3 for license plates, if they have not procured them by that time, it is announced by the state division of motor vehicles. The fee is $3 but a $3 penalty is added after Jan. 31. The bureau is doing a rushing business in issuing license plates. Several thousand persons per day are being accommodated at the office, according to General Manager Lon W. Butler, at the motor vehicle office. In Eagle Rock a number of service station owners and insurance men are relieving car owners of the bur den of securing license plates.
Figueroa Cost Protest From E. R. Probable [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
Figueroa Cost Protest From E. R. Probable Study is being made of the assessment for opening north Figueroa •tree*. &gt;ton Bn«U Bo«h Ohnmhm ot Commerce, and ft is probable that a strong protest will be organized against the amount levied against all Eagle Rock property. As previously reported by the E R. Advertiser, it is announced by thi Los Angeles bureau of assessment that the levy will be 15 cents pe front foot or $7,50 per 50 foot lo out Eagle Rock and, as well, ove the entire 14th councilmanic dis trict. Unplotted lands will be as sessed $l7 per acre. These assess ments are made up in maps and car be seen at room 11 of the Los Angeles City hall. The protest date is the latter pari of March. It always had been believed that Eagle Rock property be assessed between $4 and $5 on each 50 foot lot. for the opening of North Figueroa street. The tunnels and viaducts were built with general funds. The blanket assessment of $7.50 re suits from the fact that no intermediate asses...
MANY MAKE EYES AT COUNCIL JOB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
MANY MAKE EYES AT COUNCIL JOB That many are casting covetous «ves upon the job of Edward L. Thrasher as councilman for this, the 14th district, is indicated by report: reaching the office of the Eagle j Rock Advertiser. Although the pri mary election does not occur unti in May. it is reported that ahead; there are some dozen probable can didates, some grooming themselve for the race and others being urge: by friends to enter it. Mr. Thrasher was elected a yea: ago last summer to succeed Chas A. Holland, who had held the offic: one term of two years. While nc formal announcement has beer made as yet by Mr. Thrasher, it is understood he plans to be a candi- | date to succeed himself. It is reported friends of Van Lee Hood. Eagle Rock attorney, are urg- | ing him to be a candidate. It is ! said I. C. Ash. of the York Blvd ! district, a former councilman, may be a candidate. Other reports mention Mr. Holland. Tom Williams of Highland Park, and John Gaudin. The latter denied he plans to ...
SCHOOL DOCTORS AND NURSES LIST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
SCHOOL DOCTORS AND NURSES LIST Contagious diseases are prevalent, and as children cannot be readmitted to school without permission from the city health department, a school doctor, or a school nurse, if absent from school five days or more (Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays included) a schedule of school doctors and nurses for this I district, to keep it handy for the remainder of the school year. Monday—Dr. Schmidt, Eagle Rock High, 8 to 12; Mrs. Blythe. Eagle Rock grammar, 8 to 12; Mrs. Blythe. Rockdale, 1 to 3; Miss Mitchell, 1 to 3. V —— Tuesday—Dr. Zimmerer, Eagle Rock High. 8 to 12, Jan. 17-31, Feb. i 7-12, March 7-12, April 4; Miss Vaughn. San Rafael. 8 to 10:30; Mrs. Blythe. Buchanan St., 8 to 12; Miss Mitchell, Delevan Dr., 1 to 3. | Wednesday—Mrs. Blythe. Dahlia Heights. 8 to 11; Miss Mitchell. Del- ' evan Dr. 1 to 3. Thursday—Mrs. Blythe, Yorkdale. 8 to 12; Miss Vaughn. San Rafael. 8 to 9:30; Mrs. Blythe. Eagle Rock. 1 to 1:50; Mrs. Blythe, Rockdale, 2 to 3. Friday—Miss M...
EDISON COMPANY SPENDS $17,500,000 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
EDISON COMPANY SPENDS $17,500,000 The Southern California Edison company will be instrumental in distribution of approximately $17,500,000 in its territory during 1933. in new construction expenditures, operation and maintenance, taxes and payrolls, according to announcement of Harry J Bauer, chairman. The company's board of directors, he said, has approved the budget and the new business program for the new year. The $17,$OO,OOO is exclusive of bond interest and other payments. Funds of the 1933 budget for payroll, operations and maintenance and new construction, totaling approximately $13,000,000, will be expended according to requirements in the 11 divisions comprising Southern California Edison company territory in Southern and Central California. These eleven divisions include twenty-eight geographic districts, where the bulk of the new construction work will be done this year. This new construction, for ( the most part, will be extensions: and reinforcements of existing servic...
LEEONIA [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
LEEONIA A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1932 by James Coburn Co.) More about the monetary system, of the Co-operative Commonwealth. “So you see by our system of credits for duty performed, such undesirables as burglars, gamblers, and get rich quick fellows of all descriptions, including the stock gamblers that formerly plied their trade on Wall Street have automatically been put out of business: and! the world is getting along ever so much better without them. And now If there are any such gentry left (which I doubt) they find it far better to obey the law and do their fair share of the work; in fact most of them have long since become honest and honored citizens; and they enjoy life much better than in the days when individualism and capitalism were rampant.” But what incentive to effort and ambition can the individual have if all are reduced to a common level, where a man only works twenty-four hours a week in order’ to supply himself and family wi...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
C. E. SAGER’S ADVERTISING GETS WIDE PUBLICITY Wide publicity is given Sager's Stationery Store, 2167 Colorado Blvd., for its advertising and window and interior displays, in the January edition of The Rust Craft Rustler, published monthly by the Rust Craft Publishers, Inc., and just received by C. E. Sager, proprietor of the Eagle Rock store. Incidentally the Eagle Rock Advertiser gets into the picture. A considerable part of the magazine is devoted to Mr. Sager's advertising and his originality and ability in displays. Four illustrations are used. Two of them are from photographs of the store, one a view of the front of the store showing a valentine display last spring, and the other an interior showing an attractive display. The other two are reproductions of three of Mr. Sager's advertisements as they appeared in the Eagle Rock Advertiser. Two of these, as one ‘ layout.” are reprinted here, the engraving being the same as used by the Eastern magazine. They show two of the ‘‘Sager...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
FOUNTAIN Prs • lie* i tl Cannot Tdi 49c Sanday 14th V aleutine Day, cOTe BCSTCBAIT VAIEKHNES "“sAOErs** SAG El'S *1 ~ —..MW . Reproduced from The Rust Craft Rustler j thus placing it before all of the peo- ! pie of the community. He has conj tinned to use the columns of this j newspaper weekly ever since, and j since the Eagle Rock Advertiser became a semi-weekly, uses both Monday and Thursday editions. While “Sager’s Sayings” is his regI ular form of advertising, he at times alternates it with other display.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
STORE NO. 4 SPECIALS 1700 COLORADO BLVD. FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 6, AND 7 s QUALITY SERVICE * FAIR PRICE "SELLS FANCY FOODS FOR LESS" GROCERY DEPARTMENT COFFEE lb 2s c MAXWELL HOUSE Measuring Spoon Free ik ■•fS ftv «• RINSO Lge.Pkg. 19c White King Chandu, Cocoa, Almond, C Rqv*c 17f* or Lemon Toilet Soap— 0 uai ° SWEET PICKLES ) TALL JARS SWEET RELISH SWEET MIXED PICKLES CHOW CHOW ORANGE MARMALADE ... GREEN OLIVES YOUR CHOICE 10 c Quicker— BETTER That’s what enthusiastic mothers saraboutCarnation Quid Oats.Quick-cooking. Chock-full of nourishment. Lge. Pkg. 12c Pearls of Wheat 15 c ue Bell lb. 24 c NEW HEALTH FOODS PQVT T HIM CITOn is not a drug, but an accessory roILLIUITI oLEa/ food, harmless and beneficial to the intestinal tract and not habit forming. It may be taken indefinitely with no ill effect. Regular 75c lb 25c KELP—Rich in lodine lb. 50c LACTOSE and DEXTRIN lb. Tin 75c, VEGETALIZED SALT Pkg. 15c AG-AR-GEL 3 for 25c A VEGETABLE GELATIN DESSERT SOYA B...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
STARTING 1933 WITH NEW LOW PRICES 5014 Eagle Rock Blvd. Closed Sundays HOMELAND CENTRAL MARKET One Block South of Colorado Blvd. in Eagle Rock Closed Sundays SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. JANUARY sth, 6th and 7th MINUTE BISCUIT pLOUR COFFEE Big 2-lb. 8-oz. pkg With This Coupon Only Hill’s Red Can... lb. 32c M.J.B 3 lbs. 90c SUGAR 2 lbs. M. J. B. Rice FREE 1 (libs QQc PURE CANE With This Coupon Only CREAMETTES .9 pkgs. 1 fy FREE—Two Pkgs. ** OYSTERS 9 cans 1 PJc 5-OZ. CANS ■■ A RAISINS.. Seedless, 15 oz. Pkg. CIDER VINEGAR... qt.l Ac OLD GOLD, Regular 15c A- vf APRICOTS.... WHOLE, PEELED, No. 1 Can can IQc TOILET TISSUE rolMc CHERRY BLOSSOM Colorado Gold lb 24c BUTTER Challenge lb 26c 0K 0 Powd... Pkg. 29 c FREE—IOc PACKAGE YOLO CATSUP . bottle lAc Big If ,oz. Bottle A. V/ CORN BLACK &amp; WHITE, Golden Bantam 8--oz. can c ntam SUCCOTASH.... 8-oz. can £c BLACK &amp; WHITE BAKED BEANS... lb. can Kc FANCY IRIS, Tomato Sauce V SPERRY’S—I lb. 4-oz. Pkg. Pan...
Personals [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
Personals Peggy Urquhart, daughter of Mr. [ and Mrs. J. E. Urquhart. of 4956 Maywood Ave., is ill with measles. Bhe is a pupil In the afternoon kindergarten session at Eagle Rock school. New spring styles being received at Montgomery Hat Shop. New location 2153 Colorado Blvd. Itsc J. Oliver Johnson of 1364 Yosemite drive is spending a week visiting his mother and brother at Ukiah. He reports cold weather there. When in tire trouble, or you can’t start your car, phone CL. 69323. Guaranteed work at reduced prices. FISHER MOTOR SERVICE. Oldest, . battery specialists in Eagle Rock. -2391 Colorado Blvd., at Ellenwood., Ttfsc Mary Lou McMahon, aged 5 years, &gt; niece of Mrs. G Leslie Davis, of i : Townsend Ave., is announced as the winner of first place in the physical division of a Better Baby con--1 test just held in Los Angeles. She : also won a $5O merchandise order. | Mary Lou, who is mascot of the j P.T.A. council, sang the P.T.A. theme song, written by Allen ! ■Spurr. The ...