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PLENTY OF GAMES AT CLUB’S PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933

PLENTY OF GAMES AT CLUB’S PARTY Plans have been completed for a card party- Including a choice of auction or contract bridge, and “games of chance” in the Monte Carlo room - to be given by the Women’s 20th Century club Friday evening, under the auspices of the ways and means committee. This party is open to all in the community. Those who do not play bridge will find amusement in the Monte Carlo room which will present a clever imitation of the real and fascinating European recort. Marble shooting, roulette, parchesl, and other games will be played with chips and prizes will be awarded winners Mrs. T R. Knudsen, assisted by a capable group of club women, is | in charge of the arrangements.

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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LEGISLATION COM. ORGANIZED HERE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933

LEGISLATION COM. ORGANIZED HERE Women drawn from the memberships of many organizations attended a meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. liewis Reed, 2430 Ridgeview Ave., and formed a committee to be known at the Women’s Committee on Public Education. About 20 attended. Officers of the organization were elected as fellows: Mrs. Reed, chairman: Mrs. Carl Hunt, vice-chair-man; Mrs. George D. Baker, secretary. The committee will function as a nucleus for a larger organization with the immediate object of “informing the voters of matters they should know in connection with measures before the state legislature.” | Miss Ann Sheppard, principal of j the Rockdale school, discussed legisI lation pertaining to ■ the public I schools. She presented arguments i on both sides of the questions, and read the measures. Upon recommendation of Mrs. L. V. Dunnevant, president of the High School P.-T. A., the committee decided to sponsor the next meeting of the P.T.A. at the high school, the evening...

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CLEANING SHOP BUSINESS TAKEN BY MRS. HOPKINS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933

CLEANING SHOP BUSINESS TAKEN BY MRS. HOPKINS Mrs. E. W. Hopkins, who for a j number of years has operated a sewing machine agency and hemI stitching shop in Eagle Rock, at : 2114 Colorado Blvd., recently has extended the scope of her business |by taking over the cleaning shop | business located in the same store ; room. She will operate both bus- ! inesses in the future, continuing I the old line, as well as handling the new one. She represents one of the well-known wholesale cleaning concerns. Mrs Hopkins has a wide circle of friends and patrons in Eagle Rock, who will be interested in knowing of her new venture. Founders Day will be observed next Wednesday, starting at 2 o'clock sharp, by San Rafael P.T.A. Past presidents will be the guests of honor. Members of the board will present a play, and Miss Cross’ room will give a school demonstration. A large and beautifully decorated birthday cake will be the feature of the afternoon. A social hour will follow the program.

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Page B8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933

Sun Goshi BEN OKUBO, Manager Free Delivery 1576 Colorado CL. 69114 FANCY FRESH PARSNIPS .5 lbs. IQc

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Page B8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933

;piCCLY WIGULy l AFEWAY STORE< ni5Tr?K-UjTinN x-v- f T r--* K> c-< t w-\ T r Grocery prices except butter effective from Fri., Feb. 10, through and including Tues., Feb. 14, in all stores within 35 miles of Los Angeles. BUTTER sars 17c LaFrance or Sunset Gold, special at this price Fri. & Sat. only. Limit 2 lbs. SUGAR Sanl 10 as 37c Pure cane sugar, packed in cloth bags. Sale limited to 10-lbs. per customer* PEACHES No™vnN 10c Libby’s DeLuxe sliced or yellow cling halves, heavy syrup. Limit six cans. oC 1 ACI DEL MONTE NO. 2 "i Mr JZiriO VERY SMALL TIN X\Z** Pel Monte verv small peas, tender and sweet. A limit of 6 tins is necessary P&G SOAP 10 b for s 23c P&G, the white naphtha laundry soap made by famous Procter and Gamble. SILK’S SPANISH RICK Silk’s prepared rice, Spanish st SALT Morton’s free running salt in the COCOA NO. 1 #V, TIN JjC Silk’s prepared rice, Spanish style. Merely heat, open and serve. 16-oz. tin...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

Goodwill and Friendship Week Real Success Alvelt^seß A Community News and Shopping Digest No. 66. Vol. 5; 1620 Colorado Blvd. Phone: ALbany 2068 Monday, February 13, 1933 Eagle Rock, Calif. Published Monday and Thursday

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Car Crashes Into Shop, Killing The Proprietor sW. A. Moon Is The Victim of Runaway Auto [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

Car Crashes Into Shop, Killing The Proprietor sW. A. Moon Is The Victim of Runaway Auto W. A. Moon, aged 77, proprietor of the Moon Candy Shop, at 2520 Colorado Blvd., was fatally injured, dying at 9:30 Saturday morning, when a runaway driverless automobile Friday afternoon crashed through the front of his shop and crushed him between a counter and the rear partition. The candy shop was wrecked completely. Mr. Moon, who was terribly crushed about the body and legs, was rushed to a hospital, where he died Saturday morning. The car, a heavy sedan, owned by M. W. Kountze, a painter, of 2061 W. 75th St., had been parked on the steep street, at 5311 Live Oak view, near Hill drive. According to the Highland Park division police officers, investigating the accident, the brakes failed to hold, and the car ran away, gaining momentum as it moved down theTTill toward Colorado, careened across the boulevard, and plunged across the sidewalk and through the glass and frame front of the Moon candy...

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STUDENT BODIES INDUCT OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

STUDENT BODIES INDUCT OFFICERS Election of officers of the men and women students of Occidental college were completed last week, with installation of the women’s officers taking place Friday at the annual all-women's dinner. Officers elected in the Associated Women Students balloting were: Ruth MacLuer of Portland, Ore., president; Prances Grotthouse of Los Angeles, vice-president; Mary Prances Allison of Glendale, secretary; and Florence Williams of South Pasadena, treasurer. Arthur Clark of Los Angeles was elected to lead - the Men Students, with Syd Lenington of Brabil filling the office of secretary-teasurer. There are eight others elected to the Men's council, representing the four classes and different men’s organizations of the school. Those elected to the Women’s Athletic Association were; Helen Greenlaw of Glendale, president; Mary Bell Bowie of Los Angeles, j vice-president; and Harriet Reeder of Pasadena, secretary-treasurer.

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Goodwill Week Attracts Many To The Stores [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

Goodwill Week Attracts Many To The Stores Marked success charcarteized Good will and Frledship celebration, sponsored last week by a number of the merchants of Eagle Rock. This was the verdict of sponsors and public alike, according to information gathered by the Eagle Rock Advertiser. Merchants generally enjoyed a pleasing business durring the week, and particularity during the latter part. The public responded in large numbers to the sales advertising of the merchants, and many expresssions of appreciation were heard in the stores of the progressive and wide-awake spirit shown by Eagle Rock stores and business houses of all descriptions. The Eagle Rock shopping public according to many expressions heard, liked the spirit of Eagle Rock business men in their efforts to provide something out of the ordinary. ing variation, and was well named. Everywhere the idea, as expressed in the name chosen for the week’s event, “Goodwill and Friendship Week,” seemed to have caught on. Undoubtedl...

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BRIDGE POPULAR; NOT THE OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

BRIDGE POPULAR; NOT THE OTHERS Bridge players flocked to the women's clubhouse Friday night for a delightful evening of cards—but, those who don’t play bridge,' for which a Monte Carlo room was arranged, were conspicious by their absence. However, there were about 20 tables of bridge and the evening was one of the most pleasant yet arranged by the Women’s 20th Century club. Many of the guests visited the Monte Carlo room, which was most attractively arranged, but when the bridge playing began, everyone turned to that game. Hostesses included Mrs. T. R. Knudsen, Mrs. E. C. Franklin, Mrs. Lewis Reed and Mrs. Ira Hudgen.

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DEMOCRATS MEETING TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

DEMOCRATS MEETING TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY The democratic organization of the Fifty-Fourth assembly district will hold its semi-monthly meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock, in the large hall in the Eklol building, corner York Blvd. and N. Ave 50. Assemblyman Frank Rogers is expected to be present and tell of the work of the state legislature up to the present. The public, of whatever political faith, is invited.

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WOULD-BE THIEVES OF GASOLINE FROM CARS GET SCARE BUT NO GAS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

WOULD-BE THIEVES OF GASOLINE FROM CARS GET SCARE BUT NO GAS * Two would-be thcives of gaso- ‘ 8 line from parked cars, on Yose- : 8 mite drive near Wloia Satur- ’ 8 day evening, got a bad scare ■ * but no gas. Only their fleetness ’ 8 of foot saved them from cap- ' 8 ture by the irate car owners. A : 8 car owner, approaching his 8 8 parked auto, found two youths 1 8 of perhaps 16 years, equipped 8 8 with a large can, preparing to 8 8 syphon gas from the car’s tank. 8 8 They took to their heels at his 8 8 approach, and were able to out- 8 8 run him. Apparently the own- 8 8 er's arrival was opporrtune, as 8 8 so far as could be discovered 8 8 the pair had just started their 8 8 operation. Other reports of gaso- 8 8 line thefts from cars have been 8 8 made.

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Gain Recorded In Enrollment For 2 Schools [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

Gain Recorded In Enrollment For 2 Schools Despite a considerable amount of sickness among pupils of the elementary schools, enrollment for the new term showed only a small number less than last year, and in the case of the Eagle Rock grammar school, an increase secured. The highest registration in the history of the high school was announced this week, the total being 1445, about 50 more students than were enrolled at the end of the term in January. A class of 50 seniors was graduated, but the number in the B-7 class is 92. A number of new pupils and transfers from other schools brings the total up to the present figure. The total registration for grade schools and high school is 2929. At the Eagle Rock grammar school, where the measles epidemic was heaviest during January, attendance is becoming more nearly normal. The enrollment to date stands at 596, as against 585 at this time last year. The San Rafael school, with 269, Dahlia Heights with 347 and Rockdale, with 283, all reporte...

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ANNUAL ELECTION IS HELD AT OXY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

ANNUAL ELECTION IS HELD AT OXY Dr. Robert Freeman, of the First Presbyterian Church of Pasadena, was re-elected president of the incumbent officers of the board of trustees of Occidental college at the annual board meeting held recently at the college. Other offl-1 cers re-elected were: Alphonso Bell, first vice-president; George Emmons, second vice-president; Jed W. Burns, treasurer; William S. Young, l secretary. Cecil Gamble of Cinclnattl was elected a member of the board to replace Elmer Newhall, deceased, of San Francisco. Finances were discussed, as well as residential and social interests of the women students. Reports were made by Fred F. McLain, comptroller: Dean Roberrt G. Clleland; Florence N. Brady, registrar, and Miss Elizabeth McCloy, librarian. An announcement was made of the gift by the late Prank McPherson to the college to be used in the student aid fund.

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Past Heads of Club Are Paid High Tribute [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

Past Heads of Club Are Paid High Tribute Ten past president of the Women’s 20th Century club, were hon-{ ored at a meeting of the club Thursday by presentation of lifememberships in the club. At the last meeting of the board of directors this means of showing appreciation to past-presidents was de-[ cided upon and the presentation was made at the regular club, luncheon Thursday, which was past-1 presidents’ day. | Each of the past-presidents was presented with a scroll, with a small, Valentine attached, bearing her name, and also with a French bouquet. Those thus honored are Mrs. W, K. Cowan, Mrs. Godfrey Edwards, Mrs. E. E. Hamilton, Dr. Myrtle Phinney, Mrs. W W. Weir, Mrs Alice Winters, ,Mrs. M. T. Lee,, Mrs. Rollin L. McNitt, Mrs. Andrew Goddard and Mrs. A. R. Rose. Mrs. Harry Rhodes, daughter of Mrs. Hamilton, received the scroll for her mother who is in New York.j Mrs. Weir, Mrs. McNitt and Mrs. Rose were not present. Mrs. Lewis Reed, president of the club, presented the scroll...

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TAX BODY ENTERS | FIGUEROA PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

TAX BODY ENTERS | FIGUEROA PROTEST Angry protest against the pro-j posed blanket assessment of Eagle Rock property, at a rate of $7.50 per j 50-foot lot, for the N. Figueroa St. I extension, was voiced by the Eagle, Rock Taxpayers league, at its meet-1 ing last Monday night. The pro-' test took the form of a resolution, [ adopted after considerable discussion of the matter, characterized by emphatic remarks about the system under which the assessment had been spread. The meeting was one, of the largest in several months. | Another matter taken up was that of the Eagle Rock street car fare. A committee was appointed, with) Paul Decker as chairman to take up this question, that or a single fare to the end of the line at Townsend Ave., both with the Los Anj geles Railway corporation officials, and with public officials if necessary. This is a matter which has , been under considerable discussion 1 for a long time.

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* AUTO IS WRECKED BY 5 AN EXPLODING TIRE; * THREE WOMEN INJURED H [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

* AUTO IS WRECKED BY 5 AN EXPLODING TIRE; * THREE WOMEN INJURED H Explosion of a tire caused a light sedan to overturn and injured the three women occupants in an unusual accident which occurred late Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Ellenwood drive and Colorado Blvd. The car was considerably damaged but none of the three women were seriously injured. The car was driven by Mrs. J. J. Weir, of 312 Mound St., Loma Linda. Driving east on : Colorado at moderate speed, a tire blew out just as the car ■ reached the Ellen wood intcrsec- ' tion. The drriver lost control, ‘ the car careened grotesquely, '■ swung in a circle and finally ' rolled on its side, the while : spectators and people in ap- ’ proaching traffic held their : breaths. Men at the Fisher Ser- ; vice station nearby rushed to the aid of the women occupants, assisted them from the wreckage and called an ambulance.

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Pajamas Catch Fire; Child Is Badly Burned [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

Pajamas Catch Fire; Child Is Badly Burned When “Bobbie” Bolton, aged 10.1 of 1356 % Yosemite Dr., stepped too close to a gas heater early Saturday morning, set fire to her pajamas. Terrified of the blaze which immediately enveloped her right leg, the child dashed into the bed room to her parents. Both parents suffered burns on their hands while extinguishing the child’s burning pajamas. Bobbie will probably not be able to walk for several weeks, due to burns on her right leg, extending from the ankle to the thigh. Mrs. Clara Counter, residing next door, j summoned by the frantic parents, administered first-aid. The child under a doctor's care, was reported to be resting easy Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Counter administered an J “old time” remedy of a mixture of lime water and linseed oil. I t

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NEED OF TUNNEL I ’ URGED BY P.T.A. i [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933

NEED OF TUNNEL I ’ URGED BY P.T.A. i i j At a recent San Rafael P-T.A. 1 board meeting Mrs. L, F. Copeland, I safety chairman, reported that the I much argued "stop” signal at El 1 ! Verano and Colorado had been re- j'< placed with a slow signal, which, she [ ! declared, "practically useless as a ' safety device for pedestrians at this ’ crossing.” (■ | "A policeman is at the crossing during the times children come and go to school, but the P.-T.A. supports Mrs. Dust in petitioning for, a tumiel at this crossing. Mrs. i Copeland was instructed to keep in touch with the proceedings and urge in behalf of the P.-T.A. and San Rafael school the need of a pedesi 1 ' trian tunnel.

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