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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
BEAD AND USE ADVERTISER WANT AOS Foot Suffering immediately relieved by new. scientific methods fta Charge mm. Complete FOOT TEST Without DR. SCHOLL’S Methods of Foot Correction are unfailing, because they search out the cause and definitely remove it. There is no guess-work about it. That is why wc can guarantee relief. Whatever foot trouble you have is immediately revealed by the Pedo-graph prints which wc make of your stockinged feet. This Dr. Scholl Appliance or Remedy needed to relieve and correct that condition is then demonstrated by our Foot Comfort Experts. There is no charge for this Service. It is the only scientific, sure way to fiw-t comfort. The cost of Dr. Scholl’s Aids for the Feet is nominal. FOR FOOT RELIEF PHILLIP’S FOOT COMFORT STATION Save on Shoe Repairs Low price alone on Shoe Repair does not mean economy—But low prices coupled with good materials and good workmanship save you money as well as giving comfort, good looks and Satisfaction in Service. Our prices—...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
HALBERT'S MEATS 1924 COLORADO BLVD. Remember that “Cheap” meats are like a Second Hand A mobile—they are tough to handle. We carry No. 1 S Baby Beef for your protection and our prices are lev WHY NOT GET THE BEST? SWIFT’S PREMIUM SKINNED HAMS, *l2 Whole or Shank End LARGE CENTER SLICES Each SWIFT’S PREMIUM BACON ** 9 Kc In Transparent y 2 LB. PACKAGE am i LINK SAUSAGE, V 2 -lb.Pkg. Each SWIFT’S BROOKFIELD LUER’S LINK SAUSAGE... lb. LUER’S SMOKED COTTAGE BUTTS, Boneless lb. 1 A rnrv «&lt;/ «n a«rnnar&lt;c&lt; nvr E&lt;AD DitfTWA 2TO 2‘A LB. AVERAGE. FINE FOR BAKING B® SWIFT’S JEWEL SHORTENING 3 POUND CARTON 0 .1 &amp; ■ EASTERN CORN FER Whole or Shank End LOIN PORK ROAST ... .... ..lb. Ift - ii. CENTER CUTS lb - 15c PORK SHOULDER, whole or shank end lb. 7 Fancy No. 1 Milk Lamb Legs lb. 17 HAMBURGER, Fresh Ground ;lb. 1 ( . nnn %T/\rr DVTTVD * CAN BE MADE CHEAPER BUT NOT BETTER 3 POUNDS FOR Pure PORK SAUSAGE lb. OUR OWN MAKE CAN BE MADE CHEAPER ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
HALBERT’S MEATS 1924 COLORADO BLYD. Remember that “Cheap” meats are like a Second Hand Automobile—they are tough to handle. We carry No. 1 Steer Baby Beef for your protection and our prices are low. WHY NOT GET THE BEST? SWIFT’S PREMIUM SKINNED HAMS- lk 12'* Whole or Shank End LARGE CENTER SLICES Each 5c MS © SWIFT’S PREMIUM BACON *** 9^ i/ 2 LB. PACKAGE InTransparenl Cellophane LINK SAUSAGE, V 2 -lb.Pkg. EachQc SWIFT’S BROOKFIELD LUER’S LINK SAUSAGE .... lb. 15c LUER’S SMOKED COTTAGE BUTTS, 80ne1e55......1b. 1 _ __ / ... . a mkTC V?/\D D A VTV/1 2TO VA LB. AVERAGE. FINE FOR BAKING SWIFT’S JEWEL SHORTENING 3 POUND CARTON 25 c MX Whole or Shank End EASTERN CORN FED m LOIN PORK ROAST lb. w* CENTER CUTS lb - 15c PORK SHOULDER, whole or shank end lb. 7 / 2 c MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN Be Convinced That These Salads Are the Finest And Tastiest That Can Be Had. . MACARONI SLICED BEETS CARROT CHILLE BEANS COLD SLAW POTATO -TifcuTV-' pim 15'
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
C R A ■ O S Billie Bird Markets | —" 1 ' —* SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 24 AND 25 1924 COLORADO BLVD. 1302 YOSEMITE DRIVE BROOKFIELD EGGS 17' U. S. Extra Large—Strictly Fresh Grape Fruit Juice No. 2 can Boneless &amp; Skinless Sardines In Pure Olive Oil Elastic Starch . Hot Starch in 30 Seconds v 4 Camay 3 cakes The Soap of Beautiful Women P&amp;G ...sBars The White Naptha Soap Grape-Nuts.... 13c 11b SNOWFLAKE a 21 pm BC 5? Sauer Kraut... No. 2'/ z Can Tomato Sauce ...3Cans ORANGE MARMALADE 12oz.Jar.. Catalina Brand DOLE’S Heinz Soup 3 Small 2 Large Asparagus Tips... .2 Cans 10 '2 oz. Size Brooms. .4 sew A Real Value PINEAPPLE 2 cans 25 c LYNDEN Chicken &amp; Chicken A la King 12 oz glass Chicken &amp; Noodles 16 oz J No. 2 % Size—Ukulele Brand v!NEGAR..FuIIQt.IOc CRAICVS BRAND CIDER VF Wheat Cereal pkg.9lc RALSTON " DIAMOND BRAND WALNUTS LARGE BUDDED WHOLE BRAN. .. 10c POST’S -*■ V/ Oxydol.. .Lge Pkg IQc The Complete Hou...
=W»cJ7ARM€nS cornea Sec Agricultural Legislative ©ommltteeq eskfbrnia -Ii.XA ■-J [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
=W»cJ 7ARM€nS cornea Sec Agricultural Legislative ©ommltteeq eskfbrnia -Ii.XA ■-J " ycVowJeTTmnagr-brf&amp;m-legll-latlon, dealing with many of the state’s most urgent agricultural problems, awaits consideration of California lawmakers when they reconvene for the second half of the 1933 session next week. Headlining the farm calendar are proposals to cope with price cutting and glutted markets, bovine tuberculosis control and indemnification, rehabilitation of irrigation districts and the regulation of motor carriers. The bitter and long-standing feud between the railroads and the motor truck lines over attempts to regulate and tax the trucks promises to break out anew, with agriculture in somewhat the position of ■an innocent but Interested bystander. Two major regulatory proposals ( are awaiting consideration. One plan provides for regulation of all: trucks, whether privately or public- j ly operated, by the state railroad, commission. It would require that each truck be e...
SAIL BOATS TO RACE AT CARRILLO SAT. AND SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
SAIL BOATS TO RACE AT CARRILLO SAT. AND SUN. With Scores of small sailing craft of every description competing, small boat races will be held over a triangular course inside the San Pedro harbor breakwater off Cabrlllo Beach during a two-day regatta scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, under sponsorship of the CaHHHo Yacht club and the Lets -Angeles recreation department. Cabrillo Beach will be the vantage point for spectators and also for those who will view the races of larger sailing craft outsidp the harbor breakwater. Both small and large boats are to race in feature events of the annual Midwinter Regatta. Races for five different classes of small sail boats are scheduled to start at 2 p.m. on Saturday, while Sunday’s program calls for a group of races starting at 12 noon and another at 2 p.m.
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
If you knew for a certainty—that your car was to seriously Injure some one this year, ' would you buy insurance on price alone, or because It was cheap? Less than the best will not do. Know the security of the Best— Protect yourself by insuring In one of America's strongest Stock Companies, with over $1,000,000 surplus. Public LiaEAGLE RO€K HAND LAUNDRY Is still doing unexcelled laundry work. Any kind of service you wish, from wet wash to fancy hand work at prices as low or lower than any other first class laundry. We do not resort to “catch” rates peddled around on hand bills. Neither do *e “HAND FINISH” shirts. » f-Vn-rn , w—ii»TiifT&lt;rrMiii~ i roi m i wTsrrnr~~T't bility and Property Damage insurance on light cars is only $29.70 in Eagle Rock through—--24 HOUR INSURANCE SERVICE 5206 Mt Helena Ave., Albany 217$ Eagle Rock, Calif. Buy your insurance as though you expected a loss. We Hand Iron Them Throughout WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER. EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY GEORGE W. BECK,...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
WE CLOSE SUNDAY . . . BUY NOW FOR SUNDAY Eagle Rock Blvd. Closed Sundays .. I =' i WE CLOSE SUNDAY . . . BUY NOW FOR SUNDAY One Block South of Colorado Blvd. in Eagle Rock We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities £. 1. SPECIAL PRICES IN EFFECT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY. FEB. 23-24-25 VI STRICTLY FRESH, LARGE _ Swift’s Premium Quality —dozen 1 Ac I brookfield CHEESE.. I/ 2 lb. Pkg. 10c | Quart 10c ASSORTED HOMINY 9 cans T &amp; IRIS FANCY, NO. 2 CAN " A V PINEAPPLE ....2 cans 25® Table Queen. Sliced. No. 2!4 Tins SALAD DRESSING RITZ BRAND CHICKEN RAVIOLI... can £c TOMATO SAUCE can gc no iuttcuvaam ciiTcr REDONDO. 8-OZ. TINS OR MUSHROOM SAUCE MAMA’S ITALIAN STYLE CATSUP Bottle tftc llnmn T aro-o 18-Hv Ral(ln • Calif. Home. Large 18-Oz. Bottle Red Girl Brand. cans 10 M 29 C .lb; C &amp; H PURE CANE. CLOTH BAGS—WITH PURCHASE MINUTE BISCUIT FLOUR at regular price 25c COLORADO GOLD WITH PURCHASE 2 TALL LB. CANS HAPPY VALE PINK SALMON at Regular Low Price can 10c SARDI...
CHURCHES THE UNITED CHURCH OF EAGLE ROCK Methodist Congregational Rev. E. A. Palmer, Pastor Colorado Blvd. at Maywood Are. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
CHURCHES THE UNITED CHURCH OF EAGLE ROCK Methodist Congregational Rev. E. A. Palmer, Pastor Colorado Blvd. at Maywood Are. 9:30 Church school. 11. Morning service. Sermon by pastor. if 0:30.. Young ■ 6:45 MisaiAinel Harrison. 7:00. Evening service. The Questers, a group of young women interested In missionary work, will present a play, “Janey,” under the direction of Mrs. Roy Powers and Mrs. James Paul. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Monday, Feb. 27, 7:30. Session of the Union School of Religious Education. Tuesday, Feb. 28. Group A, Congregational, of the United Church Missionary- society meets at the church at 2:30, Mrs. Pitts in charge of program. Wednesday, Feb. 29. Mid-weo’t meeting at Wesley hall, 7:30. Dr. Palmer will present the second chapter of the ‘‘Meaning of Service,” by Fosdick.
EAGLE ROCK CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5054 Ellenwood Drive Paul Barber, Minister [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
EAGLE ROCK CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5054 Ellenwood Drive Paul Barber, Minister 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for all ages. 10:50 a.m. Morning worship. Sermon, “Courage.” 6:30 p.m. Christian Endeavor. Leader, Dan Gates. Topic, “How Can We Make Christ Attractive to New Americans.” 7:30 p. m. Evening service. Sermon, “That Adorable One.” Mrs. Paul Peppln will be at the piano at both services, and Miss t wy 'Spnam will sing at the mort TOlgservice. There will be speciar numbers by the choir and the mixed quartet. / Monday, 7:30 p. m. Classes fori Sunday school teachers at the United church. Choir practice Thursday evening, 7:30.