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POLICE QUESTION YOUNG CO-ED ABOUT MRS. SKEELE KIDNAPING Investigation of Abduction in Hands of Highland Park Officers. Think a Student May Know; Victim’s Family Known Here [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
POLICE QUESTION YOUNG CO-ED ABOUT MRS. SKEELE KIDNAPING Investigation of Abduction in Hands of Highland Park Officers. Think a Student May Know; Victim’s Family Known Here Investigation of the kidnaping Sunday night of Mrs. Mary B. Skeele, of 136 So. Ave. 55, wife of the dean of the college of music of the University of Southern California, yesterday afternoon centered about a young woman, formerr U. S. C. co-ed, whose identity was closely guarded by police. The investigation is in the hands of the Highland Park police. Mrs. Skeele was takken to a place of seclusion yesterday by her husband, in order to avoid further questioning by reporters. The young co-ed was questioned by Captain of Detectives B. W. Thomason, of Highland Park, in charge of the investigation, and was reported to have admitted knowing the Skeele family. Her answers to questions concerning the abduction, a $lO,OOO ransom note, and other ■■■■■■ "■ 'S- details of the kidnaping were eva- 1 sive, police claimed. Scores...
FtttgTTRIP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
FtttgTTRIP The hew camera club, which is Uniting camera artists' 'of ' Eagte Rock ana Pasadena, wiH hold Its next meeting Thursday evening, at the home of E. H. Howes, 1285 Oak Grove Ave., San Marino. Over this weekk-end a group will journey with cameras to the desert at Palm Springs. They will leave Eagle Rock Saturday, at 4 a.m., from in front of the Baptist church, at Colorado and Loleta Ave. Those unable to go at that time will join the group in Palm canyon Sunday morning at 8 o’clock. The group will be expected to account for their trip with an illustrated reported. ■ At the last meeting Mrs. Roy H. Kreyser of 1239 Cederedge Ave., was appointed secretary pro tem, and Edward P. McMurtry, Paul Mcfarlane and James Giridlian were named to select a nante for the new club. It has been suggested that all interested in entering the club as, charter members either should attend the next meeting or put in an application with Curtis H. Sherwood tv fore the end of the month, i
HOLD ARBOR DAY PROGRAM ON SAT. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
HOLD ARBOR DAY PROGRAM ON SAT. Residents of Eagle Rock, who are of the Jewish faith, have been invited to attend the traditional Hebrew Arbor Day celebration next Saturday evening at the Highland l Park Jewish Center, 5711 Monte Vista Ave. Jewish radio stars, including Ben Kassin, Tamara Kutr and the musical Vasa Family, will be features of the program. Rabbi Henry L. Radlin will speak, his topic being, “For Man is but like a Plant of the Field.” The women of the Temple Sisterhood will be hostesses and refreshments will be served. There is to be no admission charge.
—LEEONIA A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
—LEEONIA A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) I announce my intention to go away. I—well I am wholly unacquainted with the customs and conventions of society here and now; but er — before the revolution if a young man and young woman were seen to be together in the same place a great part of the time without a chaperon or third party near by why some inconsiderate people were liable to make unkind or disparaging remarks in regard to it. “So you are afraid some scandal monger might injure my reputation or yours; is that the idea?" See here Lee I don't care a darn I what happens to me; it is solely on | your account that I am going away: I I would do anything to save you i from what might appear to be an j embarrassing situation: believe me ! I—l think a great deal of you: that is the reason I am going away; I I feel that I must go away. “You say you are going away on my account: yet you do not give J any good excuse for your going...
SCHOOL ABSENCES DUE TO ILLNESS REDUCED GREATLY REPORTS SAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
SCHOOL ABSENCES DUE TO ILLNESS REDUCED GREATLY REPORTS SAY Absences due to illness at the schools has made a marked decrease, it is reported from the principals’ office. At the Eagle Rock school, where record absences of more than 100 a day maintained for several days, when the measles epidemic was at its heighth, the number has been decreased to about 50 per day. The general average is 30 or 40 absences. Enrollment for the new term at the Eagle Rock school is 596. Monday saw 76 enrolled in the indergarten with the result that both instructors, Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Lance, will be retained.
Tunnel Under Colorado Now Made Possible [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
Tunnel Under Colorado Now Made Possible With adoption of a hew ruling that it is no longer required that a tunnel crossing for school children must touch on school property, the question of such a crossing on Colorado Blvd., in the vicinity of Maywood Ave., is brought again to the front. At the beginning of the school year the need was brought up, but owing to a ruling which prohibited school district funds being used for such crossings unless one end of the tunnel rested on school property, the matter of securing such a crossing at the intersection of Maywood Ave., and Colorado Blvd., was dropped, Mrs. Walter S. Gates, safety chairman of the Eagle Rock grammar school P.T.A., sought to secure police escort across Colorado Blvd., for school children attending the Eagle Rock grammar school. Due to a shortage of men at the Highland Park division of the police department, the request could not be granted. Children's crossing through the heavy traffic on Colorado Blvd., long has been a p...
P.T.A. FOUNDERS WILL BE HONORED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
P.T.A. FOUNDERS WILL BE HONORED An interesting and delightful neeting is planned for the Toland iVay P.T.A, next Tuesday at 1;30 rt the school. As it is Pounder’s Day it will be i birthday party in honor of the founders Alice Birnsy and Phoebe Hurst, The mothers chorus has consented to give a group of musical selections as a program feature. After the meeting there will be a social hour to, become better aquainted with each other.
OXY STUDENTS TO INDUCT OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
OXY STUDENTS TO INDUCT OFFICERS New student body officers of Occidental college will be installed with special ceremonies at 11 am today. Secrecy surrounds the plans for the installation, which will have special features, It is reported. The new officers to be Installed are Emlyn Jones, of Los Angeles, president: Elanor Tuttle, of Monrovia, secretary; Marjorie Mitchell, of Long Beach, vice-president: Burns Lee, of Highland Park, editor of the •■Occidental”. Steve Salician was | chosen yell leader.
IMPORTANT CONFERENCE HELD ON IMPROVEMENT MATTERS HERE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
IMPORTANT CONFERENCE HELD ON IMPROVEMENT MATTERS HERE Three matters of importance to Eagle Rock, and in which the greater part of the population were the objects of an important conference held last evening at the Martha Washington tea room, attended by Councilman E. L. Thrasher and several other city officials, and by some 20 prominent men of the community. The matters under discussion included the proposed blanket assess- j ment of $7.50 against each 50 foot lot in Eagle Rock on account of the opening of Noith Figueroa St., the matter of widening, regrading : and resurfacing of El Modena Ave., j between Colorado Blvd., and N. Figueroa, and the need of and means of securing storm drains for the central business district of Eagle Rock, and for the Yosemite drive district from the vicinity of the Eagle Rook high school and on east. Mr. Thrasher was called into the conference so that the men attending might learn what steps are being taken to meet the problems, and what might be done ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
STORE NO. 4 SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. ri n I l7OO COLORADO BLVD. FEBRUARY 9, H) and 11 FRUIT and VEGETABLES FANCY NEWTON PIPPIN or ROME BEAUTY APPLES 12 lk 25 c FANCY WASHINGTON JONATHAN APPLES FANCY SWEET TANGERINES s"* 10 SWEET SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT “1‘ SWEET JUICY ORANGES sdttlo5 dtt 10 FANCY SWEET SPANISH ,nb. ic FANCY ARTICHOKES 4 25' POTATOES FANCY IDAHO RUSSETS 25 ,bs - ; -25 c CLOTH BAG FANCY BURBANKS 11 10 GROCERY m DEPARTMENT 'SELLS FANCY FOODS FOR LESS" ' :..s ! lbs. 15c PURE CANE—PAPER BAG ” With Purchase »f 1 Roll, 75 feet. Wax Paper 10c Comar Margarine with purchase (limit 1 lb.) lb. 5c ANCHIVES 3 cans 25c LOBSTER Big Can 25c OYSTERS, Blue Point can 22c CORN —Newmark’s No. 2 can I6c SUGAR, SHOE PEG, or GOLDEN BANTAM WHEAT POPS or RICE POPS pkg. 7c CHEESE—Kraft’s, All Varieties, . lb. pkg. 14c OLD ENGLISH i/ 2 lb. pkg. 16c RUTTER GOLDEN STATE lb. 22c DU I IEiA BLUE BELL Jb. 20c WHITE KING SOAP 5 bars 11c SALT, Morton, Plain or lodiz...
Personals [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
Personals The Christian Endeavor society of the Christian church had charge of the evening service Sunday night and 24 young people were present. Jack Hoyal, Helen Nonan and Charles Allbritton gave four-minute talks on the theme, “For Christ and the Church.” i ' v ■ ;■ Room mothers of Eagle Rock grammar school met at the school Wednesday afternoon for a conference. Mrs. Montrose Burrows, P.T.A. president, conducted the meeting. Many topics were discussed. Special on Charming Spring Hats $1.95 and $2.95. Montgomery Hat Shop, Also Dry Cleaners. 2X53 Colorado. It9c Mrs. Beulah Johnston, of 1700 N. Ave. 46, has been appointed publicity chairman of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs. Jennie Baker, of 2055 Addison Way. Mrs. Iris Calkins, former member of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, has move dto Montrose. Mrs, Hattie M, Vance, who recently became a member of Unity, has moved to Hemet. Mrs. St. Clair has a complete variety ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
TABLE OIL CLOTH 46 Inches Wide 15c YARD &gt; f MILTON 5—10—25 c STORE 2146 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock EAGLE ROCK’S ORANGE MARKET WHOLESALE and RETAIL Where you buy Better Oranges, Grapefruit and Lemons, Cheaper. You can do better at this exclusive Citrus Market. Highway Prices. JUICE ORANGES box fiOc SWEET NAVELS. GOOD SIZE VF VT Larger ORANGES box 75c to $ 1.25 LARGE SWEET NAVELS. A These are choice fruit. Very Tow prices for this quality. By the Box or Half Box. GRAPEFRUIT 10 tor 9&amp;C Sweet Seedless. Arizona or Imperial ” LEMONS Dozen 5 C —l ft c LARGE FANCY SIZES ” We Deliver Any Amount Any Place in Eagle Rock. New d eal M arket 1954 COLORADO BLVD. Try Advertiser Want Ads for Results SPECIAL Permanent Waves REVITALIZED OAA DURADEEN FREDERIC VITA TONIC ALTA JANE MARINELLO SHOP 2011 Colorado AL 1710 Phone for Appointment What Eminent Doctors Say About Your Feet and Health - "iLower prices hi shoe repairs come from fair prices for good workmanship and quality mate...
mrs. McDowell in REALTY BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
mrs. McDowell in REALTY BUSINESS Mrs. P. E. McDowell has secured her broker's license and entered the real estate business in Eagle Rock, opening her office at 2863 Broadway. She reports having made her first sale during the time of her temporary license Mrs. McDowell was one of those who studied in a real estate dealers class durrlng the fall season by Mrs. L. Linguist at her offices at 5054 Eagle Rock Blvd. Others took the salesman’s course and recently passed their examinations and have received their state licenses permitting them to work under any licensed broker. Mrs. Lindquist announces a new clasi is to be started Peb. 18. Already a number have registered for the hew class, which is open to anyone.
M. L. VALLANCE IS NOW POLICE CAPT. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
M. L. VALLANCE IS NOW POLICE CAPT. Detective Sergeant M. L. Vallance, of the Beverly Hills police department, was promoted to the rank of captain last week by Chief Charles C. Blair and the promotion approv- Ed by the city council. This is a new rank created in the department, Vallance being the first to get the honor, and reflecting the significance of his ability. He will be second in command of the entire department to Chief Blair. Capt. Vallance was born in Scotland. When he graduated from high school there he took up law. At an early age he migrated to Canada, where he became a member of the Northwest mounted police and for five years was with that noted organization, leaving with the rank of Staff Sergeant. In 1922 he came to Eagle Bock and became -affilated with the motion picture industry as technocal director for Universal in the Northwest police pictures that were so popular then. After that he became a private detective for the Radio Land and Water company of Beverly Hill...
PRESENT PROGRAM AT WOMEN’S HOME [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
PRESENT PROGRAM AT WOMEN’S HOME An impressive program was presented Wednesday afternoon at the W-c .T.U. home on NOrwalk Ave.. by the glee club and members of Unity unit, American Liegion auxiliary. Many distinguished visitors from other cities were present and showed marked interest in the work of the American Legion auxiliary as explained through short talks by several chairmen of committees. The glee club, under the direction of Mrs. Ada Quigley, opened the program with a drill. Musical selections followed. Stella Knight Ruess, interpretive dancer, presented a number entitled “The Message of a Violet.” Mrs. Augusta Prindle told of her work for disabled veterans. She is chairman of veterans' affairs of the 20th Century club.
BAPTIST CHURCH TO HOLD REVIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
BAPTIST CHURCH TO HOLD REVIVAL Wishing to offer to the people of Eagle Rock, something stirring in the way of special services the Eagle Rock Baptist church is bringing to this community the Rev. Mr. Howells of Highland Park, for a period of two weeks beginning next Sunday morning. The local Baptist church is carrying out its part in a program in which 40 Baptist churches in Southern California will participate. After weeks of careful planning, and much work, an elaborate program has been drawn up for each meeting. Meetings will be held continuously from Feb. 12 to 25, with Mondays excepted. Special music has been planned by Mrs. Munn, choir leader. Everyone is invited to attend these special meetings. The following is a list of the services for the week: Sunday, 10:30, address to two departments of the Bible School. 11:00 Preaching service, "“Rev. Howells. Selection by the choir. Subject, “The Bread Line.” 6:30. School of Missions, from depts. Senior BY. Leader, Sam Clayton: Hi B.Y...
CAR WRECKED IN SPITE OF EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
CAR WRECKED IN SPITE OF EFFORT A group of high school students, some of them in Eagle Rock, are recovering from shocks and bruises received in an automobile accident which occurred Jan. 31 at Eagle Rock Blvd., and Westdale Ave., when Wm. McLure. of 5033 Vincent Ave ran his car into a telephone pole in an effort to avoid a collision with a car driven by Norman Isbell of 8849 Pickford Avc., according to police reports. With both machines traveling north on Eagle Rock Blvd., the one driven by Isbell, In front, began to “shimmy”, causing him to put on his brakes suddenly. McLure, trying to avoid a collision, ran his car into a telephone pole. Occupants of the two machines, with the ex- ception of ISbcll, Who was not injured, were taken by the ambulance from Highland Park to the Georgia Street receiving hospital for treatment. These Included Elizabeth La Vlolette of Oak Grove Drive, Ray and Maxine Mays of 1650 Hill drive, Olive McCulloch, 5482 Hermosa Ave., and Patsy Hammond, 1100 Meridi...