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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES “God” was the subject o£ the Lesson-Sermon on Sunday,* January 1, in all branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. The Golden Text was from Psalm ixv: “Praise walteth for thee, O God, in Sion: and unto thee shall the vow be performed. O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh come.” Among the Bible selections in the Lesson-Sermon were these verses from the One-hundredth Psalm: “Serve the Lord with gladness: come before his presence with singing. Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made ns, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture. Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise; be thankful unto him, and bless his name. For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations.” One of the passages from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,” by Mary Baker Eddy, Included the statements: “That...
MRS. KILTY DOING WELL IS REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
MRS. KILTY DOING WELL IS REPORT Mrs. J. D. Kilty, who was painfully injured in an auto collision Christmas day, is under the care of Mrs. Clara Bruce at 2373 Colorado Blvd., and is reported to be “doing as well as might be expected under the circumstances.” Mrs. Kilty suffered a fractured left shoulder, and a pelvis bone. Her injuries will keep her confined to her bed with her shoulder in a cast for about 6 weeks, it is expected by the attending physician. Besides Mrs. Kilty, five other persons, two women and three girls, in the car with her, were injured in the crash.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
STERLING’S BEAUTY SHOP &lt;£l OFF on All Permanent Waves *r “*■ From Jan. 1 to 20, Inclusive NATURAL AND VITA TONIC (SOMMER’S) (FREDERIC’S) $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95 (Complete) AU Work Guaranteed SPECIAL Mon. - Tues., Jan. 9-10 Shampoo, Color Rinse and Dry Finger Wave Sr Balance of Week 75c * (Marcel 25c Extra) Marcel 50c Wet Finger Wave....25c Dry Finger Wave ....40c EXPERT HAIR CUTTING-25c 1814 COLORADO BLVD.—CL. 65626 Next to Fori Afeney
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
Painting Decorating Spraying Wall Paper Hanging THE KIND OF WORK THAT SATISFIES 1932 Low Prices H. A.MILLER 5225 Hartwick st. AL 8336 gjgiajgfajßiafaraiHfaigrarargiEferei I PLUMBING * SERVICE We Guarantee Best of Workmanship on Any Job WATER HEATERS I ❖ $ All makes sold, installed Jfc * or repaired. PHONE Albany 4472 H.E. Billingsley 1547 Fairpark Avc. I o o o ♦ * o V* 4* o o EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY JUST A REAL GOOD HAND LAUNDRY AND AT COMPETITIVE PRICES Eagle Rock Hand Laundry AL. 5061 GEO. W. BECK, Prop. WE CALL FOK AND DELIVER 1724 Colorado Blvd. The pathway friends expect When you moved into the new home, the first thing you thought of was the telephone. So that friends could send their voices and hear yours. The telephone installed meant that the pathway to your door was complete and your front gate open. Friends are important. They mean a lot and ask little. But they do ask that the path and gate be open. Southern California Telephone Company Office: 147 N. Daly Mlehlpm HU
baptist net five TO PLAY TONIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
baptist net five TO PLAY TONIGHT The Eagle Rook Baptist basketball team opens its 1933 season tonight at the Arroyo Seco gymnasium, Piedmont Ave., near Pasadena Ave., with a game with the Arroyo Seco Athletic club. The contest is schdeuled for 9 o’clock. Although the Baptists have not been over successful in practice games, it is hoped they will give a good account of themselves in their first league game. Last Saturday the team lost a close encounter to the Reed Furniture company of Glendale, 36-32. The probable starting line-up will include Carter at center, O’Neal and Clayton forwards and Wilkings and Kilpatrick at the guard positions.
HISTORICAL ASSN NAMES OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
HISTORICAL ASSN NAMES OFFICERS At a business meeting, which closed the 28th anual conference of the Pacific coast branch of the American Historical association at Occidental college, held Dec. 29 and 30, Charles E. Chapman, U of C., was elected president; William E. Ellison, Santa Barbara State Teachers college, vice-president: Carl P. Brand, Stanford, re-elected secretary treasurer. The council is made up of Dr. Osgood Hardy, Occidental college; Meribeth E. Cameron, Reed College; H. A. Hubbard, University of Arizona, and Waldemar C. Westergaard, U.C.L.A The board of editors for the Pacific Historical Review remains unchanged, with John C. Parish, of U.S.C., managing editor. The council has not yet decided on the meeting place for next year, but it is thought probable the conference will take place at Reed college, Portland. The conference this year was considerd very successful, and brought the record number of registrants, 137 having attended.
MRS. MONTGOMERY MOVES HAT SHOP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
MRS. MONTGOMERY MOVES HAT SHOP Mrs. A. J. Montgomery, well known millinery, has moved her hat shop from the location it has occupied for the last two years in the S. R. Knox jewelry store, to a new location in part of the store room at 2153 Colorado Blvd, located in the middle of the block on the north side of Colorado between Eagle Rock Blvd and Caspar Ave. Mrs. Montgomery has built up a large cllentel of Eagle Rock women.
ROOSEVELT CAFE HAS NEW OWNERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
ROOSEVELT CAFE HAS NEW OWNERS Andy and Jim Gardner have purchased the Roosevelt cafe, Colorado and Shearin, from Mr. and Mrs. John Bell, and already have taken charge of their new business. Andy Gardner has been in the restaurant business for a number of years, and for some time has been chef at the Roosevelt. He has a large circle of friends, who enjoy his cooking. Mrs. Myrtle Davis, who was with the cafe for three years, is also back with the establishment again.
THRASHER BETTER BUT STILL IN BED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
THRASHER BETTER BUT STILL IN BED Though still under the care of a nurse, Councilman Edward L. Thrasher, who has been confined to his bed with bronchial pnewmonia for more than a week, is reported to be slightly Improved. He is “able to sit up” the latest bulletin from his home stated. Mrs. Thrasher, who underwent a throat operation early in December, is said to be recuperating slowly.