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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
TRY ADVERTISER CLASSIFIED ADS BAKERY SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Chocolate Pies With Real Whipped Cream HOT CROSS BUS Jacque’s Home Bakery 1662 Colorado Blvd. Eagle Rock AL. 2378 KG doctor SU«R«M |Cl 5) 1 •i I was going down Motor Lane 1 found I’d developed a terrible pain. xVjM/A My “innards” were shot” ( and my outers a sights v- I surely was in a terrible plight Until I found out where They fix you up right” '/Yi IW \V\ ow «l uite fit again. PROTECTIVE LUBRICATION BY RICHFIELD A Lubrication Service backed by the Engineering Staff of the Richfield Oil Company. TO BE HAD AT—“JERRY’S” Eagle Rock Service Station 4755 EAGLE ROCK BLVD.
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
PRICES EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 23, 2H. 25 » Si ores oo Whffil KOWOWt WHS yf Del Monte Sole •&gt; -—■ ——— ♦ Isc DEL MONTE N PEARS BARTLETT HALVES can DEL MONTE No ., g ASPARAGUS » 19c DEL MONTE O No, 2 O S PEAS EARLY GARDEN Mm cans DEL MONTE , | TOMATO SAUCEO c°ns I Oc APRICOTS « n lOC DEL MONTE C RAISINS leedless pl&lt;g- 5 C SUNLIGHT U.S. EXTRAS JoZ. Eggs WIT Phillip’s Flour -already- 23c LARGE WITH THS PURCHASE OF nc A' t&lt;-&gt; * '•iiiirmm. a IMB 5 lOc 15c lOc 25c lOc Only the Finest Meats SKINNED HAMS ; Butt End »&gt;. 12c Shank End ib. |Qi Half or Whole &gt;b. 14c Puritan Bacon %ib. . carton ■V* CUDAHY'S SLICED WITH THE PURCHASE OF MAYONNAISE HOME MADE quart 25c tt 9c f-lb. JL carton OC Puritan Pork Sausage cudahys...link White Ribbon Shortening cudahys Pork Loin blade end cut eastern corn-fed lb. 9c CENTER CUT ROAST Ik. |S C Pot Roast FIRST CUT CHUCK lb. | |( CENTER CUT POAST lb. U| c Rainbow Trout inch average each lOc ...CAUGHT DA...
HOLD ZIMMERMAN ON THEFT CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
HOLD ZIMMERMAN ON THEFT CHARGE Peter J. Zimmerman, of 4840 Neola place stoutly protested his innocence of a charge of burglarizing, in broad daylight, the home of F. H. Moulthrop, on Maywood Ave., was arraigned Monday morning In department 3, of the superior court, and held under $2500 bail. Preliminary hearing was set for next Monday. According to police investigation, Zimmerman was said to ce linked by several chains of evidence ,to the theft from the Moulthrop home. Identification was made by means of finger-prints, it was stated in the report.
'school faculty WILL GIVE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
'school faculty WILL GIVE SHOW es Industriously strive to solve world problems; that mathematics instructor who can ferret out the answer to the most irritating problem—what might these be doing with their names billed on a vaudeville show? That question will be answered the afternoon of March 9, when the faculty of Eagle Rock high school bows over the footlights in the annual faculty vaudeville show. There will be musical numbers and one- ' act plays and “fun and foolishness,” all under the direction of Howard Swan, head of the music department, and E. C. Franklin, boys’ vice-principal. Tickets are to be offered at a very low figure, it is announced and both public and students are in’&lt;|ted.
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
INFORMATION WANTED! In buying which do you consider most important, all other things being equal; , PRICE? QUALITY? Or whether the producers have used a MAXIMUM number •( EMPLOYEES in the production of the products you buy? The following is the ROCK DAIRY CUSTOMER’S QUESTION, which was put out with the milk Monday morning, Feb. 20. You may answer it too. It is as follows: If there were two companies dealing in the same commodities, and one of these companies, in a desire to help the return of prosperity, would increase its employees 10 per cent, would yon discontinue dealing with the one which was not hiring any new eniployees and give all your patronage to the one which was returning men to work again? ANSWER For further information call ALbany 3578. There will be no increase in the price of Rock Dairy milk. Either mail or take your answer to the Rock Dairy or to this paper. ROCK DAIRY 1104 EL MODENA AVENUE
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
Physicians &amp; Surgeons DENTISTS Office Hours—2 - 4; 7 - 8 P.M. Office and Res. phone AL. 1812 W. M. Christensen, M.D. Physician «ai IMS Colorado -Mad. EAGLE ROOK, OAUF. HAL. J. POWER DENTISTRY X-RAY GAS 1«W COLORADO BLVD. f ALbany 1818 OCULIST MUSIC N. H. Good enow, M.D. EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT and OPTICAL CLINIC Residence A Office 5052% EAGLE ROCK BLVD. Tel. Res.—CLeveland 62667 Virgil Drengbcrg Teacher of Violm WIU Call at Home ALbauy 5902 1370 LOS FLORES DRIVE OPTOMETRISTS Carl S. Ross, Opt. D. Optometrist Evenings by Appointment Office AL. 4115 Res. AL. 9860 5062 Eagle Rock Bird., at Colo. Miss Ethel M. Congdon Teacher of Voice_ and Piano 5160 Hartwick St. Phone: ALbany 5922 Dr. B. F. Sherman Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted ■K g umsrrvmr mm MARCIA FRANCIS TEACHER OF CELLO Studio—s47o Dahlia Drive Phone—ALbany 2132 2169 Colo. Blvd., Phone AL. 1184 Physicians Surgeons and Osteopaths A. K. TUCKER, D.O. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON OFFICE - HOURS: 10 to 12 M—l tas F. M.. Tuesday aad-Tb...
OBITUARY MBS. WINIFRED BETH XHOM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
OBITUARY MBS. WINIFRED BETH XHOM Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock Wedensday afternoon at the Wee Kirk O’ the Heather, Forest Lawn, for Mrs. Winifred Ruth Thom, 38, who passed away Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o’clock after a prolonged illness. Mrs. Thom was under special care at Sunland, and 1 her husband, John Stewart Thom, and nine-year old daughter, resided at the home of Mrs. H. Paul SnyMrs. Thom was born in Wolfvllle, Nova Scotia, Canada. She had lived here and in Pasadena for lO years.
RALSTON S. JONES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
RALSTON S. JONES Christian Science funeral services for Ralston S. Jones, of 5080 Argus drive. Eagle Rock, veteran railroad telegraph operator and employee of the Los Angeles board of Ethieation for the last few years, who died last Saturday, were held (Monday) at the Little Church of the Flowers, Forest Lawn. Mr. Jones aged 73 years, was born at Flint, Mich. He came here 15 years ago from Holland, Mich., where he was for 38 years a telegraph operator for the Pierre Marquette railroad, He was a member of the Modern Woodmen Los Angeles camp. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jennie P. Jonnes; a son, La Verne, and a daughter, Mrs. Bernice Lowe of Battle Creek, Mich.
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE Classified Advertisements Upton, who made a fortune in tea, had a verse for a business motto: His autobiography, just pubreveals that his belief was; “The man wha on his trade relies must either bust or advertise." s Personal Business ICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48 ALbany 8787. tfl9( JOBBING CARPENTER Want* work. All work guaranteed. Rate: reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avoce tf26&lt; GQLDEN RULE BROTHERHOOE FREE WRECKING - INSURANCE —lawn and garden work. Rubbial • and dirt hauling. Excavating Decomposed Granite for sale AL. 4117—Evenings AL. 5110. DRESSMAKING and remodelingFormer employees of leadlnj shops in Beverly Hills and Pasa deha. Bilk and wool dresses, $4. $5; cotton, $l„ $1.50; children’! 50c, 75c, AL. 9871. 1400 Cedai Edge. tf2oi Lawn Renovating Power Machine. Landscape Garden' ing. Excavating. Grading. Haul ing. Top Soil and Decompose! Granite. A. NELSON AL. 2622 918 N. Ave. SO ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
5 For Rent—Furn. FOR RENT —Purn. 4 rm. Bungalow. Garage. Water Paid. 2251 Addison Way. tf2oc FOR RENT Furnished 3-room cottage and garage. 4844 Ruth St. Call AL. 9216. tf6c BOOMS—FOR RENT—Furn. rooms, $1.50 per week. Cozy, clean apartments, $3 per week. 2112 Vi Colorado Blvd. tfl3c APARTMENTS—FOR RENT —4 rm. fum. apt. Nice and light. Oarage. Water paid 2366 Yosemite. Nice location. U23t 6 For Rent—Unfurn. houses— FOR RENT—Unfum. 4 rm stuccc and garage. Two bedrooms, til* sink. Water paid. $27.50. 182( Fairpark. AL. 3237. tfl8( FOR RENT —Unfur. new stucco duplex; cozy; 4 rms lower, airy bee rooms; nice closets; hall wltl linen closet: tile bath, shower large kitchen and dinette; tile sink; built-in ice box; roomy garage. Only $25.00. 4110 Manoi Court. (Manor Court is 1 blk N of E. R. Blvd., off W. Ave. 41) Owner RO. 3324. Ttf26&lt; FOR RENT UNFURN.—House, ( rms., bath, garage. NeWly decorat ed. Water paid, $lB. Owner 494( -Avuca. CUT. LftHfa RfltunWß. ■" Ttf26&lt; FOR...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
8 Real Estate BARGAIN LOTS $500.00 Two Beautiful Lots IN GLENDALE Scenic. Level. Restricted District., Surroundings Good Near schools and transportation. SACRIFICE $1750—5250.00 Cash and t $25.00 Per Month 5 room frame. Near Eagle Rock High School. This is an Estate that must be closed this month. INSURANCE. We represent the best old line companys only. NOTARY SERVICE Any Place Any Time J. C. RICHARDSON Beatty Co. 5028 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. AL. 2216 and Res. AL. 8607 WANTED Buyer for modern 5 room stucco. Well located. $3750.00—8500 down. 1 2 acre, small house on rear ripe for Income. Must be sold to avoid foreclosure. $2500 —$350 Cash. Balance easy. GEO. C. JUETT 2005 COLORADO BLVD. CL. 69254—AL. 5770 SPECIALS Six room home near Hill Dr., 2 blocks to car line. For trade; Five room stucco near High School, clear, for larger home. Will assume to $l5OO. ?or rent: Eight room stucco, two baths, unit heat, 1588 Hill Dr. $65. Scholfield &amp; Sheppard 1622 Colorado Blvd. AL 8223 RARE O...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
HABEN THE TAILOR FOR HAND MADE SUIT AND OVERCOAT SPECIALS Closing Out All Imported Suitings, Topcoatings Jh • AMERICAN fptir A A AMERICAN GOODS ONLY 11(1 GOODS ONLY HEREAFTER yfcw.vv HEREAFTER All Garments Silk Celenese Lined and Hymo Coat Fronts. No Hair To Pull Out. Made Here On Our Benches. Fitted Before Finished. 5119 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. Around Corner From Security Bank WALK AROUND CORNER AND SAVE MONEY ■8 Real Estate FOR SALE—Why pay rent when you can own a beautiful Hill drive home at less than half the original cost. Terms $250 down, balance aboslutely like rent. AL. 5851. It23p 11 For Sale NEW AND USED FURNITURE Walnut Twin Bed, $5.95. Grass center table, $1.95. 4-Piece Breakfast Set, $3.75. Closet Bed, $6.50. Bed Davenport with Mattress, $4.95. 5-Piece Dining Set, $8.95. Baby Cribs, $1.50, $2.50 &amp; $3.95. Domestic Sewing Machine, $3.75. Sectional Book Case, $12.50. Large Buffet, $9.95. Violin, $lO.OO. Saxophone, $19.50. Extra large garbage can, $1.50. Wardrobe trunk...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
11 For Sale Widows Foreclosure Sacrifice—6 rm. modern Eng. $BOOO.OO Bungalow. Good location. North of Colo, near stores, schools, $3900.00. Equity for $lOO cash and this years taxes $70.00. Bal. $4100.00 Payable $4O per mo. including Int. Key at 5218 Sumner Ave. U22p IT PAYS TO USE ADVERTISER WANT ADS WINDOW SHADE i HOSPITAL Repairing Our Specialty DRAPERIES ALTERATIONS SUP COVERS AWNINGS RECOVERED T 6 Years in Eagle Rock 3MO COLORADO BLVD. Upstairs ever Eagle Rock Hdwr. Phone: ALbaay SET! G. H. SCHNEIDER CO.
AGED woman hit BY CAR; INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
AGED woman hit BY CAR; INJURED Mrs. Lorence Wehrly, 68 years of age, of 607 Tf. Ave. 84, suffered a broken leg and arm In a traffic accident which occurred on Eagle Hock Blvd., between Ave. 42 and Ave. 43 at 6:30 p.m. Monday, according to police reports. Mrs. Wehrly had alighted from an E. street car and was crossing to the curb. The auto was driven by Mrs. Jennie Cook of 1310 Colorado Blvd. The Injured woman was rushed to the Georgia St. receiving hospital. The accident occurred, according to reports, to investigating officers, when the driver of the machine failed to see Mrs. Wehrly until it was too late to avoid hitting her. Mrs. Cook was exonerated by the police, it is stated.
YOSEMITE VICTOR IN OPENING GAME [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
YOSEMITE VICTOR IN OPENING GAME The Yosemite Athletic club baseball team defeated the Sunland Biscuit team 15 to 1. last Sunday at Yosemite playground. This was the first game of a new league series of 10 games to be played by the following teams: Sunland Biscuit Co., Highland Park Athletic club. Riverside Stars, Witmcr Merchants, Latchford Glass, and the Yosemite Athletic club. There will be a ball game every Sunday afternoon at Yosemite. Next Sunday the Riverside Stars play the Latchford Glass team here. The Yosemite team will play the Witmer Merchants on Griffith Park diamond No. 2. All games start at 2 o'clock.
CHEAP LUNCH IS 1 SERVED STUDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
CHEAP LUNCH IS 1 SERVED STUDENTS The dally menu of the Eagle Rock high school cafeteria now includes 1 a nourishing and appetizing 10-cent I plate lunch. The demand for It I was met with the following schedule: | Meat or meat substitute; vegetable or salad; dessert. The cafeteria, It Is reported, has been well patronized by the students, but the school administration feels the patronage would be increased If more parents realized that the 10-cent luncheon served Is less expensive than a similar meal served In the home.
GIVES ADDRESS ON CRAFTS AND CUSTOMS OF MEXICO [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
GIVES ADDRESS ON CRAFTS AND CUSTOMS OF MEXICO An interesting program, arranged by Mrs. C. W. Young, lecturer on Calif. History, was presented Tuesday at the Wllshire Woman's club. Miss Mae Wilson who spent two summers studying In Mexico, and brought back with her textiles, pottery and native costumes, gave a talk on the Arts &amp; Crafts of Mexico and the life of the people as one finds them there today. Accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Lucille Bailey, Miss Wilson and Mrs. Elmer Richardson Interpreted the native dances in costume.
PROGRESSIVE DINNER IS HELD AT CALAROGA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
PROGRESSIVE DINNER IS HELD AT CALAROGA CLUB i Members of the Calaroga club enjoyed a progressive dinner Sunday night. Forty-five members and friends journeyed from one home to another and were served with a five-course dinner. Miss Luclle Bessolo was in charge. The first course was served by Mrs. Ed Markey, and the diners continued on in turn to the homes of Miss Sadie Higgins and of Messrs George and Lorenz Lech!er; iMe unmet cimisc wuu 1 buttlui \ at St. pJomlnic’s hall, with Miss Marjorie Enright and Miss Grace 1 Haigh as hostesses, with the dessert course at the home of Florence i and Clarence Paderewski.