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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
BILLIE BIRD -MARKET--1924 COLORADO BLVD. Specials Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Feb. 20-21-22 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES BABY BEEF MILK LAMB JJALBERT’g EASTERN PORK MILK VEAL We Handle in This Market ALWAYS THE BEST BABY BEEF MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN Be Convinced That These Salads Are the Finest And Tastiest That Can Be Had. MACARONI nKrni SLICED BEETS rllM CARROT _ CHILLE BEANS “I Cf P COLD SLAW I •V' POTATO AGUILAR BROS. 1924 COLORADO BLVD. POTATOES STOCKTON BURBANKS IDAHO RUSSETS SWEET POTATOES GOOD QUALITY—MEDIUM SIZE IQ POUNDS gc CRISP, IMPERIAL LETTUCE 5 Heads) TENDER. MEDIUM SIZE ARTICHOKES 2 for) STRAWBERRY. HOT HOUSE GROWN RHUBARB lb.) WINESAP—EATING OR COOKING APPLES DEGLET NOOR DATES ARIZONA, COACHELLA, IMPERIAL GRAPEFRUIT ~8 lbs.) .2 lbs.) .18 for) ORANGES, now at their best, as low as Dozen 1c
COLONISTS MUSIC STUDIED BY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
COLONISTS MUSIC STUDIED BY CLUB The Eagle Rock Thursday Morning Music club met last week at the home of Mrs. Donald Waldo, on Ridgeview Ave. The subject of the day was “The Influence of French and Spanish Colonists on American Music.” A paper was read by Miss Van Dyke, who then presented the following program of music. "My Old Love,” Bustamante (Arrangement of Mexican folk song) Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Lowes, Miss Van Dyke. Accompanist: Mrs. West. “Une Vieille Chanson,” Ethelbert Nevin, Miss Kathryn Van Dyke; Miss Congdon, accompanying. “Hindoo Song,” Bemberg. Mrs. Frances Cooley. Mrs. Edna West, accompanying. “Berceuse” from "Bayou Ballads,” arranged by Mina Munroe. Miss Ethel Congdon, accompanying herself. “Estrellita,” Mexican melody by Ponce, arranged by Prank La Forge. Mrs. Lola Roberts. Mrs. Fortlage accompanying. “Ay, ay, ay,” piano arrangement of Creole serenade by A. Garland. Miss Mabel Thorne. “La Noche esta Serena,” Mexican serenade, harmonized by Arthur Farwell. Mrs. Alice Ho...
KIWANIS LADIES NIGHT ON FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
KIWANIS LADIES NIGHT ON FRIDAY Ladies night will be held by the Eagle Rock Klwanis club next Friday evening, at the Masonic Temple. An evening of elaborate entertainment, sufficiently carried, has been planned by the Kiwanis committee In charge. The evening’s program will start with the serving of dinner, of which feature Larry Wilson is in charge. C. E. Sager is in charge of decorations; P. P. Raymer of jig-saw puzzles and games; Joe Maley of card playing; Roy Weaver of music for the dancing; Dr. Carl Ross of the dancing itself; and J. E. Pinkerton Is in general charge. All in all, the program for the evening promises to be one of the best and most varied yet planned by the local organization for a ladles night. It is indicated the attendance will be large. The Friday evening event will take the place of the regular Thursday luncheon meeting. At the luncheon last Thursday Lieut. Governor Prank Fox, of the Glendale club, was present on his official visit, with, Vice-iPresident E. C....
ROGERS TELLS OF ASSEMBLY’S WORK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
ROGERS TELLS OF ASSEMBLY’S WORK Assemblyman Prank Rogers was the principal speaker at an Assembly District Democratic club meeting in the York Professional building, N. Ave. 50 and York Blvd., Wednesday evening. Mr. Rogers gave a brief resume of the work of the state assembly to date. He told of his bill providing for declaring Figueroa St., in Los Angeles and its continuation to a connection with state highway No. 23, near Palmdale, to be a state highway and also his bill providing for limitation on the amount of interest to be paid on bonds issued under certain acquisition and improvement acts. The Figueroa street assessment area also came in for consideration.
P.-T.A. HAS MEET ON SCCHOOL BILLS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
P.-T.A. HAS MEET ON SCCHOOL BILLS Eagle Rock high school P.T.A. Mrs. L. W. Dunnavant, president, announces it is Inviting all persons interested in the welfare of the schools, to be present at a meeting in Eagle Rock high school auditorium at 8 o'clock tonight. The purpose of the gathering is to present various features of school legislation before the state assembly. Raymond E. Thomas Pollich, principal of Grant school, Hollywood, will explain the “proposed legislation and point out the danger spots.” Alfred Benshimol, principal of Belmont high school, will summarize the bills, while Mrs. P. H. Eckerson, director of parent education for 10th district P.-T.A., will present the P.-T.A. point of view regarding these bills. Musical features of the program will be presented by the Eagle Rock high school orchestra and a capella choir.
REPEAT VALENTINE’S DAY PLAY AT W.C.T.U. HOME [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
REPEAT VALENTINE’S DAY PLAY AT W.C.T.U. HOME A group of children, who appeared in a play entitled “Queen of Hearts,” at a Valentine’s party for children at Yosemite playgrounds Saturday, will present this play one day this week at the W.C.T.U. Home on Norwalk Ave. The cast includes Darlene Hensel, queen of hearts; Janet Jones, knave of hearts; Phyllis Charmberlaln, St. Valentine, and Geraldine Satterlee, king of hearts. Another play, “Birthday Surprise," was presented at the party, by Martin Fosdick, Jean and Prances Jordan, Shirley Sheele and Louetta Ford. An Expert story-teller was present. The little guests received valentines and candy.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
ENGEL GARAGE GENERAL REPAIRING Have you Valve Trouble? Special for this week— VALVE GRINDING $1 Per Cylinder Any Make of Car. EAGLE ROCK BLVD., At Fair Park SPECIALS THIS WEEK LADIES 2-PIECE SUITS f* f\ OR DRESSES i'll If. Cleaned &amp; Pressed Mens Suits 9 Cleaned &amp; Pressed Men’s and Ladies HATS Q Cleaned &amp; Blocked Oe)t Studio Cleaners 1588 COLORADO BOULEVARD
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
EXPANDING ™ car SALE BUY AN AUTOMOBILE NOW FOR Full Price SALE ON NOW A REAL SLAUGHTER Selling Out All Used Automobiles This sale will continue every day and night until all cars are sold. Not an auction sale or a trick sale of any kind. These cars must be sold. All cars priced in plain figures and will be sold as marked. “Every Price Tag Tells a Value Story.” This is the GREATEST USED CAR SALE we have conducted, so please attend and buy with confidence. You will find cars worth many dollars over their mark. Many makes, many models, all truly wonderful bargains, with an O.K. guarantee that counts, at the lowest unheardof prices this community has even seen at any . . . USED *». CAR * SALE-* HERE IS THE ANSWER Cars Worth $ 50 NOW $ 9.95 Cars Worth $ 75 NOW $ 19.95 to $ 29.95 Cars Worth $ 85 NOW $ 29.95 to $ 39.95 Cars Worth $lOO NOW $ 39.95 to $ 49.95 Cars Worth $2OO NOW $ 95.95 to $105.95 Cars Worth $3OO NOW $155.95 to $195.95 Cars Worth $4OO NOW $255.95 to $295.95 Cars Worth $5OO N...
PRE-LENT BRIDGE LUNCHEON FEB. 28 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
PRE-LENT BRIDGE LUNCHEON FEB. 28 A pre-lenten bridge luncheon Tuesday, Feb. 28, just preceding Ash Wednesday, is being arranged by the Women's 20th Century club. A large number already are in-' eluded on the list of guests and the hostesses for the day, Mrs. Lewis Reed, , president, and Mrs. A. R. Rose, junior-past-president, * ahnomie’e that slipuJtl'jje made early as a limited number only can be served. Table prizes will be given in bridge, which will occupy the afternoon. The usual luncheon price has been decreased in this instance, the committee announced. Proceeds will be used to care for the extra expenses incurred for Reciprocity Day, March 23, when a large number of out-of-town guests will be present. Between 50 and 60 invitations for Reciprocity Day have been issued to club celebrities throughout the state. The invitation carries out the idea of the program of the day, which will honor California, and is in the shape of the map of California. Clever decorative work on the i...
DISCUSSES THE THEORY OF PROPERTY INSURANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
DISCUSSES THE THEORY OF PROPERTY INSURANCE On the subject of “The Theory of Property Insurance.” Carroll Evans, well known Eagle Rock insurance man, has submitted the following: “Insurance docs not protect property. It protects values. Your property may be wholly destroyed, but with sound, adequate insurance your. Values are preserved. I “Insurance is said to be the ‘hand- i maid of commerce.’ If you doubt it, undertake to borrow funds for the purchase of merchandise, or the erection of a building, without insurance, and seel' "As handmaid of commerce fire Insurance ascertains the needs of commerce and manufacture, and finds a way to protect those needs: it lends its security to every sort of business and to every kind of property. Without its protection San Francisc* could never have ‘come back’ in that remarkable and spectacular manner. Neither could Chicago, Boston, Portland, Baltimore or any other conflagration swept community. I “And neither could St. Louis, j Omaha, Lorain. Te...
'nut FAJPIMCRS § comen Sec. Agricultural Legislative , Committee of CaLlPornia [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
'nut FAJPIMCRS § comen Sec. Agricultural Legislative , Committee of CaLlPornia ■'The farmer 'facing eviction from his property for inability to pay taxes and tax penalities, a problem of rapidly increasing magnitude throughout rural California, promises to become a major consideration of the state legislature when the lawmakers reconvene Feb 28. There is every indication, furthermore, that California legislators, with few exceptions, will approach the. problem sympathetically, anxious to give both the city and rural owner of real estate a fighting chance to hold his property and continue in business. Indicative of this attitude and emphasizing, also the pressing nature of the whole tax problem, more than 50 bills were introduced during the forepart of the legislative session designed to liberalize and modify present Jaws covering tax collection, interest, delinquent penalties and redemption penalties. Small home owners and the holders of general real estate, as well as farmers, woul...
MRS. FRANK LERCHEN IS RECOVERING: FAMILY HERI [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
MRS. FRANK LERCHEN IS RECOVERING: FAMILY HERI Mrs. Frank Lerchen, pioneer of, Eagle Rock and prominent club woman, underwent a major opera-j tion at the Glendale Sanitarium last Tuesday. Her condition was reported Saturday to be satisfactory. Mr. Lerchen and daughter, Marian, who have been attending to business interests in Arizona, and Prank Lerchen, stationed at Panama. came home to be with Mrs. Lerchen until the danger was past. , Mr. Lerchen and Marian will re- | turn to Arizona today and Frank . left for Panama Friday night. Miss Lerchen, who has many friends here where she grew up and | attended school, was the honor guest at many affairs during her stay here. After graduating from ; the Glendale high school, Miss Ler- ! chen attended the University of ! Colorado.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
SPARTAN DRIVE IN MARKET 4714 Eagle Rock Bivd. R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Feb. 20—21—22 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SANKA lb.can JQc COFFEE Salad Dressing 9c &amp; PINT 15c BEST FOODS CHEESE TILLAMOOK lb. 10. DINA-MITE pkg. 1 Kc nrn r % dft A .1T n&amp;Cl? RED LABEL OAT BASE Quick Cooking Health Food MUTTER Fresh Creamery lb. 19c 1 11JU WITH PURCHASE OF 2 No. 2J4 Cans TOMATOES at Regular Price of Each 10c MILK Tall Can Sc MORNING BRAND pkg. Chocolate .Mi lb.pkg. 1 ftc BAKER’S PREMIUM POSTUM CEREAL pkg. 1 Qc LB. 2-OZ. PKG. S()UP2 tans l5 c CAMPBELL’S ASSORTED Log Cabin SYRUP TABLE SIZE 20c MEDIUM 39c COMB HONEY SUPERIOR 12-OZ. spaghetti Package.... PJc NOODLES Preserves 2 lb. Jr. 9Qc Toilet Tissue \ Rolls 1 Kern’s. Pure Berry or Fruit " innn «hpft roils "*■ 1000 SHEET BOLLS MARGARINE ■- ■ ; : 5' MEAT DEPARTMENT Golden West (Limit 2 lbs.) A. L. Alstrum, Prop. LEMONS Medi ™ ;„;i- 3* b "10 c
PROBATION LAWS SAVE LARGE SUM • ■ "f"— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
PROBATION LAWS SAVE LARGE SUM • ■ "f" — Hundreds of thousands of dollars are being saved California taxpayers through operation of the probation law, according to Judge Benjamin J. Schelnman of the municipal court of Los Angeles. In an address before a civic group interested in the rehabilitation of prisoners, recently, he pointed out that more than 8000 adult persons in the state are at liberty on probation, who, if incarcerated, would require at least two more prisons for their housing. annual cost of a pris- j oner in California, Judge Scheinman asserted, is $225, while probation cost per year is but a little more than $25. The jurist also 1 praised that feature of the probation law under which many persons convicted of fraud have made restitution to their victims, as a condition of probation.
S.A.R. SPONSORS ESSAYS ON CONSTITUTION CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
S.A.R. SPONSORS ESSAYS ON CONSTITUTION CONTEST Thousands of children under college age are studying the Constitution of the United States and writing their ideas of its underlying principles, for a prize essay contest on the Constitution announced by Los Angeles chapter, Sons of the American Revolution. According to Orra E. Monnette, president of the chapter, the purpose of the contest is to encourage Interest of the younger generation in true Americanism, with the object of helping to preserve the national unity at a time when, many disrupting forces are at work. Two prizes, one of $5 and one of $2.50 will be awarded to contestants each week. At the close of the contest, which is to continue for six weeks or longer, a grand prize of $2O will be awarded to the writer of the essay considered the best of all received. In addition, 100 reproductions on parchment of the Declaration of Independence will be given weekly to those submitting meritorious essays but failing to win one of the ...