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MERCHANTS ORGANIZATION WILL FOSTER COMMUNITY INTERESTS * N Officers Chosen, With A. A. Herrmann as President. Will Seek Large Membership. Next Meeting Wednesday, February 22 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
MERCHANTS ORGANIZATION WILL FOSTER COMMUNITY INTERESTS * N Officers Chosen, With A. A. Herrmann as President. Will Seek Large Membership. Next Meeting Wednesday, February 22 Merchants of Eagle Rock, completing their organization at a meeting held last Wednesday night, are preparing to launch an energetic campaign to forster the interests of the community, and promote closer relations between the public and the stores of the community. Election of officers was as follows: A. A. Herrmann, of the Eagle Rock Feed &amp; Fuel Co., chairman; Roy Weaver, radio dealer, vice-chair-man; M. B. Campbell, of the Campbell Electric Co., secretary. Next meeting of the merchants is called for Wednesday evening, Feb. 22, at the Chamber of Com- merce, and at that time efforts being made to secure as large an attendance of business men of Eagle Rock as possible. It is the hope to bring into the organization the greater percentage of merchants and other business men of the corncommunity. Aside fr...
Burglar Takes Shirts; Works In Broad Day [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
Burglar Takes Shirts; Works In Broad Day from fait home at 5169 Maywood Ave., Wednesday afternoon,' between the hours of 2 and 5 o’clock, a burglar entered by breaking the glass in the front door and made away with a number of men s shirts and other clothing. Blood stains on the living room floor indicated (the intruder had wounded himself in gaining entrance. The victim was busy Wednesday night making a thorough check-up of his belongings to complete the list of missing articles to turn -over to police. No clue to the identity of the burglar could be found, although FVank Olds, 615 Mar Vista, Pasadena, who happened to be in the vicinity of the Mouthroup residence, stated he saw a man with an armful of shirts enter a Buick sedan and drive away.
TEACHERS ATTEND SPECIAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
TEACHERS ATTEND SPECIAL MEETING A large number of teachers from elementary schools throughout the district abated JI, special Ejecting at Eagle Rock grammar school auditorium Tuesday afternoon, with Miss Ann Sheppard, principal of the Rockdale school, presiding. George Herbert Clark, member of the board of education, delivered an interesting talk on school affairs, touching upon many of the problems which face the school administration. Mrs. Margaret Shrader, representing the women’s committee on public education, reported on a meeting of the Los Angeles Realty Board, which she attended earlier in the day. Many phases of school legislation were touched upon by Torrance Briggs, representing the Association of Elementary School Teachers, who attended the January session of the legislature at Sacramento. Mr. Briggs summarized several new bills to be before the legislature when it re-convenes in March.
—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) It was three days after as I learned later when 1 came to my senses after a seemingly interminable series of horrible dreams and nightmares such as I hope never to experience again; part of the time I seemed to be pleading with Leeonia trying to tell her that the reason I must go away was because X did not want to tell her that I loved her; and then leering fiends with huge knives would be coming at me from all directions; and I could not move hand or foot to defend myself. When I awakened Jimmy was standing looking at me; as I openoil my eyes; his anxious look gave way to a smile as he said—- “ Hallo Big Boy, how do you feel?" To tell you the truth Jimmy I don't feel very much at all; and then my thoughts reverted to that awful combat, and to Leeonia. How is lee, Jimmy did she get hurt much? “Oh Sis is all right; she’s asleep now, she has been coming in here about 100 times a day an...
* CHICAGO’S MAYOR AND • * FOUR SHOT IN ATTACK » * ON PRESIDENT-ELECT 5 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
* CHICAGO’S MAYOR AND • * FOUR SHOT IN ATTACK » * ON PRESIDENT-ELECT 5 Radio listeners of Eagle Rock were shocked and startled by announcement at about 8 o'clock last evening of an attempt to assassinate President - Elect Franklin D. Roosevelt at Miami, Fla., at a great meeting in that city attended by some 25,000 people. Five persons, including Mayor Cermack of Chicago, two other men, a woman and a boy, were wounded by the maniac's bullets. The man fired six shots, wounded five. Cermack and one oiner seriously. Mr. Roosevelt escaped untouched. He was reported last night to be spending the night on the Vincent Astor yacht.
Fire Destroys House; Family Has No Warning [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
Fire Destroys House; Family Has No Warning The home of Mrs. E. M. Herbuck, ( at 2233 Addison way, was almost ,completely destroyed about 6 o’clock evening, when., fire at. wit I known origin broke out while the family was seated at the dinner table. It was barely 15 minutes from the time the fire was discovered until the house was completa wreck. | Neighbors seeing the roof at thej rear in flames, burst in and warned t the family, who were eating their 1 dinner, unconscious of their danger. The house, a small California type frame structure, was an easy j victim of the flames. The blaze ■ , was extinguished by the Eagle Rock fire department. Household pos- j sessions, ag well as the house, were almost completely destroyed by the i fire and- water. Mrs. Herbuck, her mother, and four sons, ranging In ages from 4 to 14 years, were cared for Tuesday night by neighbors. A few articles of bedding and clothing were carried from the burning house by the family and neighbors, and the only th...
CHORUS IN FIRST PROGRAM MAR. 29 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
CHORUS IN FIRST PROGRAM MAR. 29 The Eagle Rock Community chorus will be presented in its first public appearance in the singing of the oratorio, “Crucifixion” by John Stainer, at the Eagle Rock high school March 29.. Herbert G. Tovey, widely known choir director, will be the guest conductor, in conjunction with Frank Pur sell, who directs the Eagle Rock chorus. Assisting the local musical group will be the choirs of California Christian college of Los Angeles, Garvanza Methodist church and First Presbyterian church of Glendale, where Mr. Tovey directs. Albert Kuechel, tenor, and Prank Pursell, baritone, will be soloists, and Anita Aiken Knox will accompany. The closing number of the program will be the Hallenjah chorus from Handel’s “Messiah.” This presentation will be free to the public and the people of the community are invited to attend
ART EXHIBIT BY P.T.A. IS MARCH 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
ART EXHIBIT BY P.T.A. IS MARCH 3 Believing there are many interest- I ing and worthwhile works of art, as well as antiques, products of hand craft and other articles in homes of Northeast Los Angeles which would assemble to make an exhibit well worth seeing, the High- &gt; lands P.T.A. council art chairmen are sponsoring an art exhibit to be held at Sparkletts auditorium, Friday, March 3. The entire exhibit wiH be-made-up-ef-wfticles loaned by people of the community. The plan is characterized as a cultural movement for community! betterment and entertainment. No set rule is made regarding the j range of articles to be included, but anyone possessing valuable paintings, photography, wall hangings, curios, pieces of plastic art, handmade quilts or furniture, interesting floral specimens, etc., is invited to place these things in the exhibit. The doors will be opened at noon and the exhibit will close at 10 p.m. No admission will be charged. The art committee requests that' th...
Hold Owner of Death Dealing Cai^^iueias [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
Hold Owner of Death Dealing Cai^^iueias Exoneration was given by the coroner, following an inquest, to M. W. Kontze, of 2061 W. 75th St., owner of an automobile, which, running wild, plunged into the candy shop, at 2520 Colorado Blvd., owned by W. A. Moon, last Friday and fatally injured the store proprietor. Mr. Moon died Saturday morning. The inquest was held Tuesday. It first was reported the car owner had been held responsible, but this later was reported in error by the police, who stated Mr. Kountze had been exonerated. Funeral services for Mr. Moon were conducted Wednesday morning at the Wee Kirk O’ the Heather, Forest Lawn, with Rabbi Magnin in charge.
THRASHER ISSUES A STATEMENT UPON N. FIGUEROA ASSESSMENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
THRASHER ISSUES A STATEMENT UPON N. FIGUEROA ASSESSMENT Councilman E. L. Thrasher has i garding the North Figueroa street i erty in Eagle Rock: "I am submitting an open letter, for your information, and of the fourteenth district as a whole, relative to the Figueroa opening and widening assessment. Cards are now being sent out to property owners in the district notifying them of issued the following s statement reassessment, levied against all propdate of hearing. i "Information covers history of the project up to the present time. It originated under the major traffic plan, and the ordinance of intention, No. 58304, was adopted by the city council on August 7, 1927, and was in ligitation in the courts until Nov. 17, 1931. Judgment was entered on part of the condemned property on this date, the balance on Jan. 20, 1932. "This project was in the hands of i the city engineer and the assessment bureau for approximately one year. Upon completion of the spreading of the assessments, the ...
E. R. DANCERS IN CONTEST TONIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
E. R. DANCERS IN CONTEST TONIGHT Five groups, with 8 in a group, will go from Yosemite playground to compete in an old - fashioned dance contest conducted by the L. A. playground department at Echo park community house this evening. The Eagle Rock devotees of the old fashioned ball room dances are skilled and are confident they will bring home the honors. The beat caller will be designated as will as the best dancers.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beaubien, of 1905 Addison way, entertained at two tables of bridge Saturday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Milka, Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Chaffin and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Haglan. A delightful lunch was served, carrying out ideas approMtete for Valentine’s day. m —- New and renewal subscriptions to all magazines. Get personal ser- ' vice at home. Belcher Cooley, 1810 Fair Park AL. 0509. Itl6p The Mary T. Creswell auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will meet l this evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Crawford, 2065 Ridgeview. Husbands are invited to attend with their wives. Dr. Paul Warnhuls, director of the Mexican work, is to be the speaker. Fresh ground Health Cereals, just from mill. Health bread. All Health Foods. Mrs. St. Clair, 2108 Colorado. Itl6c A school of missions continues sessions at the Presbyterian church each Sunday evening at 6:30 in the study of China. Six classes make it possible for each member of a family to find a pla...
PROPOSED SCHOOL LAWS MEET TOPIC [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
PROPOSED SCHOOL LAWS MEET TOPIC Three speakers on proposed school legislation will be heard at the Fathers' Night meeting to be held by the high school P.T.A. Monday night, in the high school auditorium. Many phases of proposed legislation will be explained. Speakers will include Mrs. T. H. Eckerson, chairman of parental education of the 10th district,, P.T.A.; A. L. Benshimol, principal of Belmont high school, and Raymond E. Polllch, chairman of the Fathers' council and principal of Grant school. Mrs. L. V. Dunnavant, president of the high school P.T.A. will conduct the meeting. Several selections will be rendered by the boys and girls glee clubs of the high school.
LEGION AUXILIARY CONFERENCE TUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
LEGION AUXILIARY CONFERENCE TUBS. Several representatives of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, attended a Fourth area meeting at Patriotic Hall Tuesday. Principal i speakers were Lorena Good, state president: Ruth Mathebat, vicepresident; Bernice Keyes, national defense chairman, and Mrs. J. Baade, Americanism chairman, During the luncheon hour, hospital, child welfare, membership, and other chairmen met with the state chairmen for conferences. The Eagle Rock organization was represented by Mrs. Eunice Picelich, child welfare chairman of Unity; j Mrs. Lettie Fraser, hospital chair- j man, Mrs. Ida Anderson, Americanism chairman. Mrs. Ethel Sauter, president, and Mrs. Grace Peters.
WOODCRAFT RANGERS ARE ORGANIZING AT SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
WOODCRAFT RANGERS ARE ORGANIZING AT SCHOOL The Woodcraft Rangers are organizing a “Little Lodge Tribe” at -the Eagle Rock grammar school. The group meets Tuesdays, In room 5, at 3:15 p.m. All boys from 8 to 11 years are Invited to attend. The Woodcraft Rangers are the western division of the Woodcraft league of America. The program carries out the Indian customs, the council ring, campfire, color and atmosphere of the Red Man. Some of the activities planned are: One-day hikes to Woodcraft camps or maybe an overnight trip to the Millard's canyon or Ahdahi in the west fork of San Gabriel canyon. Trips through industrial plants and to various places of local interest. Handicraft classes are conducted. The parents are always welcome to attend the council meeting and watch thd activities.
AIRMAN SPEAKER AT BOY’S DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
AIRMAN SPEAKER AT BOY’S DINNER The Chi Rho Comrade club of the Presbyterian church met for its bimonthly dinner Monday. Mrs. Door and Mrs. R. E. Thompson provided for the inner cravings of the boys, with satisfactory results. An Invitation from the Tuxis Girls to join them in a skating party next week was almost unanimously accepted, 19 signing up. Chas. F. Lienesch was the guest speaker for the dinner, giving the boys some interesting highlights on aviation. Emphasis was placed on Improving the art, making it pos- sible for a large increase In the number of private planes. An Interesting account of learning to fly back in 1915 was given. On a trip with a passenger only 10 gallons of gasoline could be taken, making It necessary to land every 50 miles for fuel. In his last trip to San Antinio, Mr. Lienesch stated 1600 miles was covered in 8 hours and 20 minutes, with 2 stops enroute. On the matter of accidents, Mr. Lienesch, Is enthusiastic for the air as compared to auto driving. Ll...