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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES “Substance” was the subject c£ the Lesson-Sermon on Sunday in all branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. One of the Bible selections in Ihe Lesson-Sermon included these verses from Mark: “In those days the multitude being very great, and having nothing to eat, Jesus called his digciples unto him, and saith unto them, I have compassion on the multitude, because they have now been with me three days, and have nothing to eat: . . . And he commanded the people to sit down on the ground: and he took the seven loaves, and gave thanks, and brake, and gave to his disciples to set before them; and they did set them before the people. And they had a few small fishes: and he blessed, and commanded to set them also before them. So they did eat, and were filled: and they took up of the broken meat that was left seven baskets.” A correlative passage from “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,” by Mary Baker Eddy, ...
FORK MANOR CHAPEL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
FORK MANOR CHAPEL Interdemoninational Community Church 4132 Verdogo Road, Eos AngcOes Pastors—Rev. Leslie I. Starr and Rev. May R. Starr 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Song and Gospel service. 7:30 p.m. Song and Gospel service. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Praise service. Special* prayer for the sick and afflicted.
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
lold time inj tions .. . Just a positive system of stuping Asthma, unusually inexpensive. Tujunga Asthma Clinic 7047 Foothill Boulevard Tujunga California ASTHMA BAT FEVER BRONCHITIS TRY ADVERTISER CLASSIFIED ADS STERLING’S BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Van Daniker, 5030 Los Robles PERMANENT WAVES NATURAL AND VITA TONIC (SOMMER’S) (FREDERIC’S) $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95 v (Complete)— All Work Guaranteed VERY SPECIAL Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., March 20—21—22—23 Soapless Oil Shampoo. Color Rinse, Dry Finger Wave and Manicure ALL FOR $1«0 Monday, Tuesday—March 20 —21 Shampoo, Color Rinse and Dry fiA* Finger Wave “ 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
TRY-OUTS FRIDAY FOR “THE MIKADO” [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
TRY-OUTS FRIDAY FOR “THE MIKADO” Do you have hidden talents for becoming a Nankipoo, or Poobah, or perhaps a Peepbo? If so, opportunity is knocking with a loud knock at your door. Public try-outs for “The Mikado,” Gilbert and Sullivan ppera favorite, to £e presented May 26 and 27 at the high school auditorium by the music section of the Women’s 20th Century club, are announced. All wishing to try for a part in this production should be at the women’s clubhouse at 7.30 o’clock Friday night. Ellis Rhodes, director of the chorus of the club and prominent leader of group singing as well as director of opera companies, will have personal charge of these try-outs. Both men and women are needed to fill the cast of “The Mikado.” Tenors and baritones, and even “crooners,” are invited to try for parts. Rehearsals will begin at an early date.
BROTHERHOOD OF CHURCH WILL HOLD LADIES .NIGHt [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
BROTHERHOOD OF CHURCH WILL HOLD LADIES .NIGHt The Brotherhood of the United church will observe Ladies Night at the dinner to be given, starting at 6:45 o’clock, tomorrow evening. For the program following the dinner a number of exceptionally promising i musical numbers have been provided. As a feature of the evening moving pictures of the Boulder dam work will be shown, and also scenes along the route of the Colorado river aqueduct. The dinner will be in thl dining room of the church. At 7 o'clock Sunday evening at the church an open forum will be conducted by the Brotherhood. Mrs. Letitia J. Lytle, president of the 10th district P.T.A., will be the principal speaker, and will tell of the work of the P.TA. during the winter in providing food and clothing for the needy.
DENIES COLOR OF HAIR SHOWS GIRL’S CHARACTER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
DENIES COLOR OF HAIR SHOWS GIRL’S CHARACTER Are blonds dynamic, domineering, positive, and hopeful? Are brunettes possessed of thought fulness, caution, and initiative? Are the colors of the hair and eyes a reliable indication of trends in character. That these theories are unfounded and are accepted only by fake psychologists is brought'out by Dr. Walter C. Varnum, Los Angeles punior college psychology instructor, in his new laboratory manual, “Demonstrations and Experiments in Psychology” prepared by him for use in practical cases. “The blond,” according to Dr. Varnum,” Is just as apt to possess the traits attributed to the brunette; while the darkeyed young lady can be as domineering and positive as any blond.” Character readings from bumps on the head, palm readings, and indications of personality by facial' expression are also denounced by Dr. Vanuim as racket theories put! out by quacks. j
Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
EXSIiE' ROCK HEALTH CENTER CL. DR. Ik J. OLSON DR. E. Hi KNEELING Chiropractors 62526 2270 Colorado Blvd. TUJUNGA ASTHMA CLINIC Asthma Successfully Treated 7047 Foothill Bird. Phone Sunland 208 TUJUNGA PLUMBER WARRINER, The Plumber' COURTEOUS A DEPENDABLE COMMUNITY HDW. CO. PHONE ALbany 3474 5012 Eagle Rock Blvd. Painting &amp; Decorating F. E. Tedrick Painting:, Paper Hanging Decorating: Free Estimate—Fair Prices 1272 Cedaredge AL. 1870 AUTO REPAIR Dahlia Motor Service Now in New Building 1827 COLORADO BLVD. CLeveland 69483 RESTURANT “WE PUT IT ON THE PLATE” GARDNER BROS. ROOSEVELT GRILL Ufd COLORADO
Page 22 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
RADIOS QUALITY RADIO CO. Expert Service on Ail Makes All Work Guaranteed Service Calls—soc ALBANY 3740 4508 Mount Eagle Place SPORTS EQUIPMENT Pat’s Tennis Shop SPORT EQUIPMENT Spec tailing in RACKET STRINGING RACKETS SHELLACED FREE 4865 TOWNSEND AVE. PET HOSPITALS EAGLE DALE DOG &amp; CAT HOSPITAL Where YOUR Pets Are Treated Right Expert Medical and Surgical Attention. Doga Clipped, Bathed, Boarded Medicated Baths Motor Ambulance Service DR. H. J. TRAPP ALbany 4528 2734 Colorado Eagle Rock At Junction of Broadway I T A DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL CA. 5522 436 San Fernando Road DR. D. S. MURDOCK Try our mineral balanced Dog &amp; Cat foods. Prevent possible tin can poisoning. Phone for sample. ACCOUNTING Part-Time Bookkeeping Monthly Statements—Systems Audits and Investigations William E. Orrison \AJU 0387 IMS Addison Way
BAPTIST BASKET QUINTET CLOSES SEASON WITH WIN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
BAPTIST BASKET QUINTET CLOSES SEASON WITH WIN Successfully closing their first j, basketball season, the Eagle Rock | ] Baptist Basketeers came through j &gt; last Thursday with a 30 to 27 victory I over the Highland Park Phantoms. I The Eagle Rock boys showed fine J team work and despite the close &lt;i I *i ( score, held a lead throughout the; 4 whole gafne. J The team has been sponsored by j| the men’s Bible class and has given &lt;i an opportunity for the younger 1 J members for sport. Despite this i j being the first time a team has been' J organized, four- league games were I *3 won.
California’s average of $1.13. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
California’s average of $1.13. In light of these conditions, California legislators from rural districts will probably look askance at many of the schemes suggested for balancing the state budget which involve transfer of present state burdens to the counties, instead of actual reduction of costs. Shifting of the load from the state to the local taxpayers for such services as dairy cattle and standardization inspection, for example, could have but one result—an increase in farm and other local taxes. Similarly, the possibility of the state imposing an ad valorem, or direct property tax, to raise additional revenues, demands drastic action to avert piling on of this additional farm burden. Real estate taxation, in many instances, already has exceeded the capacity of the land to pay in California. There must be a lowering of this burden, rather than an increase, if agriculture is to survive.