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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
AL. arx^xaiiaTOT--911 N. At*. 59 AL. 9541 3 Situations Wanted WlDOW—Wants housework and care of children. 2914% Rock Glen Ave. AL. 4101. ltl6p | RELIABLE young woman will work by day or hour. Also experienced caterer. 35. AL. 4610. 2656 W. Ave. 2tMTl6c TUTORING in Sciences and mathematics by graduate of Cal Tech. Address R, 5217 Delaware Ave. 2tl6p YOUNG MAN wants painting or garden work. A-l Refs. AL. 2881 • ' *• tflc For Rent—Furn. HOUSES—FOR RENT—Furnished 3 room house. Overstuffed, garage, water paid. Adults only. $lB. 1709 Ten- ) shaw. tfTl6c I PGR RENT—Furn. $17.60. 3 room house. Garage and fireplace. Water paid. Nice place. 1627 Fair Park. tf9c FOR RENT—Furn. 4 or 5 rooms. Completely furnished. Overstuffed. Floor furnaces. Garage. 2047 Las Collnas Ave. AL. 5507. M&amp;Ttf2oc POlft RENT Furnished 3-room cottage and garage. 4844 Ruth St. Call L*. 9216. tf6c FOR RENT—Furn. 6 rm. house—--2 bedrooms and sleeping porch. Completely furn. Including electric refrigerator, radi...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
Builders, Notary and Insurance 4823 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. PhoneALbanyl6l4 FOR SALE—7 rm. white. Spanish stucco home. 2 tiled baths. Large double garage. 1 blk from 7o car, commanding view. Will accept clear lot as part payment. You must see this to appreciate it. Ask Ward &amp; Jensen, 4623 Eagle Rock Blvd., ALbany 1614. Itl6c $4750 _ $4750 Modern 3 bed room stucco, north of Colorado, oi\e block to car. A safe place to put your money. Terms. F. S. ROSS CO. 1586 Colorado AL. 8323 FOR EXCHANGE—For Eagle Rock Home—s room modern frame bungalow in Glassell Park. Close to school, stores and car line. AL. 0489. 2tl6c DON’T PUT IT OFF NEVER AGAIN SUCH A BARGAIN $1750—5250 CASH And Only $25.00 Per Month Including all interest. 5 Room Bungalow near Eagle Rock High School. ' This is an unusual opportunity. It’s air Estate and must be sold this month. J. C. RICHARDSON , Realty Co. 5028 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. AL. 2216 and Res. AL. 8607 Mrs. Bertha Mettler, 2125 Norwalk plex; cozy; 4 rms lower, airy...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
real buy at $12.50. Linoleum at 39c and 49c per yd. Sewing machine $2.75. Walnut dinette table $9.50. Elsie Zimmerman, 4623 Corliss We have the largest stock of used books in Glendale or Eagle Rock, and solicit your kind patronage. Refinishing or Upholstering. Light Hauling Cheap. COLE FURNITURE CO. I 1578 Colorado Blvd. AL 8101' Get Estimates at the ADVERTISER of Work Best | at a FAIR PRICE For Job Printing
INTEREST LIVELY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
INTEREST LIVELY Backyard playgrounds—some that can be made without cost and are therefore destined to be most popular—and others that cost varying amounts, according to the type, are the rage in Los Angeles now. Many such are being developed in Eagle Rock. Since the city playground department instituted the campaign to interest residents in constructing playgrounds in their back yards, inquiries have poured in to the department in great numbers. It is announced that plans and enrollment cards are available at the Yosemite playgrounds for those who wish to enter the competition. Competitors will be classified according to the type of playground. It is the hope of the Yosemite directors to have Eagle Rock excel in the matter of back-yard playgrounds. as this community does in many of the recreational departments.
OVER 100 TO BE SEEN IN ORATORIO [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
OVER 100 TO BE SEEN IN ORATORIO More than 100 voices joined in a rehearsal Tuesday night of Stainer's “Crucifixion,” the oratorio to be presented at Eagle Rock high school auditorium on March 28 by the Eagle Rock community chorus. Indications are, judging by the way the rehearsals are shaping up, that this presentation will be a notable one for Eagle Rock music lovers. There will be but one more rehearsal before the presentation, and all are practicing seriously. The Eagle Rock chorus will be assisted by several other groups, as well as by soloists. Frank Pursell, director of the chorus, steps aside for the evening, giving his baton over to Herbert' G. Tovey, musical director at the Glendale Presbyterian church. R. A. Chase, director of men’s and boys’ activities at the playground, emphasizes the fact that this production will be free to the ('public and will be truly a community affair. |
Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
Palmolive, a blend of pure vegetable oils. Note love price on this known soap. HPT TIP GOLDEN NO. 10 F JLjV/U heart bag For assured Baking results at all seasons of the year use Golden Heart flour. CRACKERS a 14c National Biscuit Company’s Champion Butter Flakes. Round, crisp, salted. BAKER’S satsa 10c Walter Baker’s Breakfast Cocoa, excellent for hot drinks, cakes, and candies. JEL L - O 3 p f k o g r s - 19c Fresh fruits and Jell-0 makes a delicious dessert. Six flavors of Jell-O, SANK A ss 45c Sanka, the decaffeinated coffee that lets you sleep. Packed in pound tins. THESE MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY IN SAFEWAY AND PIGGLY WIGGLY OPERATED MARKETS ONLY. ullamook i c r VIIJCiCimCi per pound JLu'* Tillamook full cream, the Western standard for fine cheese. Limit two pounds. HAMBURGER s4c Fresh Hamburger. Sold only with purchase of 1 pt. bulk mayonnaise at IS cents. BEEF PER LB. No. X beef, Choice chuck cuts, 13c a pound. Prime rib, oven roast, 18c a pound. POT ROAST * j...
BANDIT ROBS BANK P.-T. A. Art Exhibit Friday To Be a Big Affair WSPLAY TO INCLUDE PAINTINGS, ANTIQUES AND HOMECRAFT WORK Exhibition Staged by Lincoln Council P.-T. A. at Sparkletts to be Unusual Event. Admission Will be Free, Public Invited [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
BANDIT ROBS BANK P.-T. A. Art Exhibit Friday To Be a Big Affair WSPLAY TO INCLUDE PAINTINGS, ANTIQUES AND HOMECRAFT WORK Exhibition Staged by Lincoln Council P.-T. A. at Sparkletts to be Unusual Event. Admission Will be Free, Public Invited Several Eagle Rock artists,, amonp them national exhibitors, hat. agreed to show ( i number of their canvases, pastels and water colors at the P. T. A. Highlands council Art Exhibit, which will be held Friday, at Sparkletts auditorium), from 13 noon until 10 pjn. Names of these artists are well _known here and include Conrad Bose Puta^Vlfe of Putnam, will enter an exhibit of water colors. Betty Southwick will also enter a number of subjects. (This is only one feature of the exhibit, .(there will be many others, combining tp make the event one of the most pretentious undertakings in years, it is said.) Mrs. Elmer Gee, in charge of tHock entries, announces that I for the exhibit wffl be reArticle accompanied by two,' carhs, explaining the subject a...
PROPERTY OWNERS LOSING NO TIME IN ENTERING LEVY FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
PROPERTY OWNERS LOSING NO TIME IN ENTERING LEVY FIGHT Rush of property owners in Eagle Rock, to file formal protest against "the proposed assessment of 15c per front foot on all property in Eagle Rook, has been on in real earnest since last Saturday evening. Already the total of signers of the petitions is known to run well into the hundreds, though it is impossible to secure the total, as there are many petitions ous, some in offices and places of business and* otters in the hands of indlvfudaUr .' u . Formal signing: of the petitions began last Saturday night, when a ttuiss meeting Was held at the Eagle Rock Orammar school, called by a committee representing the Eagle Rock Chamber- of Commerce. At that time the petitions, drawn under direction of-a joint committee of J .Ohanber of Commerce and Eagle :'Rbj*Tax Payers league, were pre-1 sented. Prior to that, however, protest petitions had been drawn by individuals and small groups and had been largely signed. In addition a large nu...
—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-firot Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1939 toy James Coburn Co.) St tv ... x , . [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-firot Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1939 toy James Coburn Co.) St tv ... x , . V’A few days later Leeonia - said-r ««im-Ihave a very'important latter jMffeten to you by Mammy Eileen |k. Must time before she passed Hipr; which I promised to- take df • tout- deltvefto you with ray asm hands. Dad and I have .read' she wanted uk to fa should happen- to die: ;pvietod* mlativ«. you- think -you. 'fie enough. to read a longand very exciting Utter I wiU give It to you now.” ■ I *h&lt;® be dehghted to read any* thing -fnom. EUeen;. she was a very exceptional young, woman; a true friend of mine and a worthy mate of my .Dear Old Pal; £ think X can stand , anything- she might write. Her x tettr this 1 Leeonia headed rtr the factor,-. which srifts, muchmote voluminous- than l had anticipated. Here * the Jotter—r ; ■ 1 My dear friend jim:-When tWs is. delivered.to you as I hope- andtrust it will be by Dealest Darling Leeonia; I will beyond doubt long ...
N. FIGUEROA PROTEST PETITION AT OFFICE OF E. R. ADVERTISER ' [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
N. FIGUEROA PROTEST PETITION AT OFFICE OF E. R. ADVERTISER ' For the convenience of those wishing to sign the petitions protesting against the proposed levy of 15 cents per front foot for the opening and widening of N. Figueroa St., copies of the petition are to be found at the office of the Eagle Rock Advertiser, 1620 Colorado Bivd., near Townsend Ave. Already a large number of signatures have bean affixed. Those wishing to Join in the protest by signing the petitions, should bring their assesment notlfica- * tl(m cate 'v.so.aa to h»- ‘he ,dC|. * - jgPlhe number of thrir no- • flee and the frontage in feet. * The petitions will be at the Advertiser office until the time for presenting them to the city council, March 28.
EAGLE ROCK BRANCH OF AMERICA IS HELD UP DURING NOON HOUR Lone Bandit, Threatening Three With Gun, Forces Mrs. Florence Sigmond, Teller, to Give Him $lOOO. Makes Escape in Auto [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
EAGLE ROCK BRANCH OF AMERICA IS HELD UP DURING NOON HOUR Lone Bandit, Threatening Three With Gun, Forces Mrs. Florence Sigmond, Teller, to Give Him $lOOO. Makes Escape in Auto The Bank of America branch bank in Eagle Rock, at the corner of Eagle Rock Blvd and Merton Ave., was held up and robbed of about $1000, shortly before 1 o’clock Wednesday, during the noon hour, by a lone and unmasked bandit. Stuffing the money, in bills, into his pockets, the bandit ran to his car, parked on Merton Ave., across the street from the ■ *)wtf Wock avr^^tgppedjn, 1 shotTllil£&lt;nr . - cashier. - , V : So quietly and quickly was the robbery carried out that no one except the three employes in the bank at the time knew of it until Hufford rushed out and began firing. The bandit, according to Mrs. Florence Sigmond, bank teller, who was the one forced to hand over his loot, was very cool and business-like in all His movements during the hold up. The robbery was! staged while R. E. Wilson, mana...
MRS. WILDER, HER SON AND TWO OTHERS HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
MRS. WILDER, HER SON AND TWO OTHERS HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT Mi’s. Sylvester Wilder, of 2030 Hill drive was injured seriously and several occupants of the car in which she was riding received cuts and bruises, In an accident which occured near Riverside Sunday evening as Mrs. Wilder, her son and daughter, Eddie and Marjorie, her son’s guest, Philip Wilcox, of 5115 Rockland Ave., and B. Mandekie, of Sllvedlake dr. were returning from Idyllwild in the San Jacinto mountains. According to the story of the accident given by Marjorie Wilder, Mr. MandeUa, who hras drivii*, swerved to avoid a collision with another machine, and the Wilder car over-turned. Mrs. Wilder suffered broken ribs, injury to her back and possible internal injuries. Eddie Wilder was badly out by glass and suffered slight concussion of the brain. Philip WOoea also received cuts and hnijari ag did Mr. Mandekie. Marjorie waa uninjured. Mrs. Wilder and Eddie remained • at a Riverside hospital until Tues/' day, when they were...