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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
STORE NO LIMIT QUANTITIES. COLORADO BLVD WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO 1700 FRIDAY FOR: THURSDAY SATURDAY AND MARCH 2. AND 3 4 COFFEE ri Z IREAD BUTTER PICKLES, Best Food 12c PICKLED PIG FEET 9-oz. Jar 16c PALMOLIVE SOAP bar 5c MARCO DOG FOOD 6 cans 25c Baker’s Premium CHOCOLATE y 2 lb. Cake 19c LUX SOAP FLAKES or HINSO Lge. Pkg. 19c CODFISH »/ 2 lb. Tin 15c CAM CANE infos. 3Qc CLOTH BAG—LIMIT I"*- ” ” KIPPERED SNACKS 3 Tins 10c PEACHES, Newmark’s, No; 2% Tin 2 for 25c WITTER BLUE BELL .11.1' lb. 21c UUIIER GOLDEN STATE lb. 23c HEINZ ...Large DRY BEANS, Navy, Piiik or Lge. White Blk-Eye 2 lbs. 7c VEGETABLE SOUP .2 cans 25c iTER CHESTNUT 12 ~ FRESH itezeß lge 2 for 13c M i msk siviaK 1/2 lb. 9c 1b... 17c THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH LACTOSE and DEXTRINE, 1 lb. Tin 59c 5 lb. Tin, Regular $2.75 $2.15 LACTOSE AND DEXTKINE is a colon food prepared to change the intestinal flora, promoting growth of the friendly bacteria, and allowing the carbohydrates, starch and sugar, to reach the intestines. T...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
PERSONAL Women of the United- church will hold an all-day meeting for sewing today at the home of Mrs. McKalip, at 1600 Campus road. A large attendance is urged. The next meeting of the Young Matrons club of United church will be held Wednesday, March 8, at the home of Mrs. George Stines, 5160 Mt. Roybl drive. Members are asked to bring pieces of cloth, cut postcard size, to be used in making quilts. Those attending will also bring sandwiches for lunch. A stork shower, in honor of Mrs. Betty Turney, membership chairman of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, is to be held Friday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Max Haub, 1887 N. Ave. 52. Mrs. Louise Thrasher and Mfs. Haub will share the duties of hostess. Invitations have been extended to more than 50 friends of Mrs. Turney, including the auxiliary membership. HOPKINS SPECIALS Pansies, 15c per doz.. No. 1 Glads. 15c per doz. Trannsval Daisies 10c each. White onion sets, 15c per lb. Rhubarb roots 2 for 25c. Early tomatoe plants. 1515...
CAPT. PAUL SEIM GETS WAR MEDAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
CAPT. PAUL SEIM GETS WAR MEDAL Capt. £aul S. Seim, of 5208 Mt. Royal drive, Eagle Rock, Tuesday received another medal for his service during the world war. It is the Silver Star with palm, and the citation upon which it was awarded to him, came from Gen. John J. Pershing, and read "For exceptional gallantry at the battle of Siossons, The medal is one of the more fare ones, only slightly over 2000 having been issued to those who served in the world war. In addition to this latest, the Silver Star, Capt Seim also has been awarded the Purple Heart, the Verdun medal, the Inter-Allies loint medal and the Victory medal with seven battle bars.
CITY BACKYARDS BECOME PLAYGROUNDS FOR MANY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
CITY BACKYARDS BECOME PLAYGROUNDS FOR MANY Swings, slides, sandboxes, and other play apparatus are beginning to transform many Lcs Angeles backyards into playgrounds for the enjoyment of all members of the families, as entrants in the citywide backyard playground contest, sponsored by the playground department and the Tenth ' district P.T.A. prepare their home recreation centers for inspection by the judges. According to reports received by the recreation department offices, the backyard idea has caught the fancy of numerous householders who were seeking constructive ideas for their leisure time, and also has won support of parents who were trying to keep the family’s Interest centered around the home. Application blanks for entrance in contest may be obtained from the city recreation department headquarters in the Los Angeles city hall, where full contest details and suggested plans for developing backyard playgrounds are also available.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
Hot Oil Treatment complete with finger wave for ........... $1.00 Permanent Waves $1.95 and Up Facials (plain) 75c Dry Wave 40c Wet Wave 25c COLORADO BEAUTY SHOP 1565 COLORADO BLVD. TRY ADVERTISER CLASSIFIED ADS &lt; St G * t O I': V ALBANY 171 ♦ r MOVING v,a“&gt; ■- - iP4 R , TRANSFER AVE 'I E R GK CHAMPION TKO CHOICE OF Pounds $1 10 KMT COW MANURE Pulverized &amp; Screened STEER MANURE 4 Sacks • $LO ° 2 Sacks ...$lOO Blue Grass lb. 25c ,A &amp; M 10 Sacks ...$4,50 Clover ... .lb. 45c GLABIOLUS BULBS CHOICE OF SEVEN VARIETIES 50 BIiLBS 39 c We carry a full line of poultry Netting PLANTS Zinnia, Pansies Petunia Marigold etc. at . 15c Per Dozen Heavy Hammered Close out on WOOD BOXES TAL -- Original Price At
COUNCIL ASKS SUPERVISORS TO APPROVE STORM DRAIN PROJECT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
COUNCIL ASKS SUPERVISORS TO APPROVE STORM DRAIN PROJECT The county board of supervisors are expected to receive for consideration today resolutions covering a proposal by Councilman Edward L.Thrasher to expend approximately $90,000 in construction of a storm drain on Eagle Rock Blvd., from Yosemite drive to Colorado Blvd., and one "block east and west of Eagle Rock Blvd., on Colorado. The resolutions, which propose that part of the funds shall come from loans by the Reconstruction Finance corporation, and the supplying of labor through the county stabilisation bureau, were approved by the finance committee of the city council and returned to that body, Wednesday. They were endorsed by the Council and a re- quest will be sent to the board of supervisors, in accordance with the terms of the resolutions. No assessment will be raised against property, it is stated. If the board of supervisors acts favorably upon the project, it is said to be probable that work will be under way within 3...
BIG SAVINGS AT HARBOR EXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
BIG SAVINGS AT HARBOR EXPECTED Savings of almost $lOOO per day In administration of the Los Angeles harbor will soon be shown, according to announcement by Mayor John C. Porter, following conferences with Carl B. Winching, newly appointed general manager, and the harbor board. Reorganization plans, approved by Porter and already effected by Winching, have resulted in a con-, slderable economy. Important items Include abolishment of two positions which Winching, in the Interests of efficiency, has found necessary. These posts are that of controller, which paid a salary of $9OOO yearly, and the office of traffic manager, which paid an annual salary of #B4OO. : One of the most important mat--1 M standing before the removal of the old harbor administration. The mayor says that immediate payment will be demanded for bills now overdue, totaling $1,800,000.
SAN RAFAEL WILL JOIN ART EXHIBIT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
SAN RAFAEL WILL JOIN ART EXHIBIT In the Art Exhibit to be held by Highlands Council P-T-A- in Sparkletts auditorium Friday, San Rafael P.T.A. is to exhibit antique china and glassware. Mrs. Merrill, San I chairman, is asking for contributions and guarantees safe handling in transportation and protection during exhibition. The millinery and dressmaking classes of San Rafael will exhibit models of hats, coats and dresses.
SERVICE OF NEWSPAPERS LONG-LIVED, WIDE SPREAD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
SERVICE OF NEWSPAPERS LONG-LIVED, WIDE SPREAD Few people realize how long some newspapers continue to be of service, according to P. H. Blair, superintendent of Goodwill Industries. “Last year our organization received 9,000,000 pounds of old newspapers,” said Mr. Blair. “Practically all of these were sold for export to the Orient—China, the Philippines and Dutch East Indies. In these countries they are at a premium, being used to paper the walls of dwellings. Some of them are pulped and put around plants and trees to keep the soil loose. No doubt, by now, many of the last summer’s issues of your local paper are keeping the cold winter blasts from Siberia out of huts in the far-off interior of China.” , Goodwill Indqstries, employing, many gncl dfptttute | people, is greatly dependent upon 1 old papers to maintain its program.
SPEAKERS DEFEND TWO DEPARTMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
SPEAKERS DEFEND TWO DEPARTMENTS Value of physical education in the schools in lessening juvenile delinquency and the relative small cost of physical training instruction in comparison with the cost of taking care of juvenile delinquents, was stressed in a talk by John Sheppard, head of the physical education department of Eagle Rock high school, before members and friends of the Women’s Committee on Public Education, meeting Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Lewis Reed. Miss Mildred Bukius, kindergarten instructor at Rockdale school, defended the kindergarten department and labeled as propaganda claims that by eliminating the kindergarten, taxes would be lowered. Miss Bukius pointed out that kindergartens are maintained bydistrict, tax and receive no state j support. She made a plea fon mothers who must work and stated; abandonment of the kindergarten J would work a hardship upon this, class of parent and child, whereas j children of wealthier parents could be placed in private kind...
CHORUS TO or, _ “MIKADO” IN MAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
CHORUS TO or, _ “MIKADO” IN MAY Rehearsals for the Gilbert and Sullivan opera, “Mikado,” to be presented in May by the Womeii’s 20th Century club music section, are expected to begin in the near future, with Ellis Rhodes directing. The newly organized chorus, at the request of the women’s club to undertake a musical comedy, decided upon the “Mikado” because of its universal popularity. The origihal scores of the opera will be used. Mr. Rhodes will be at the clubhouse next Tuesday evening to tryout male voices. About 20 male voices will be needed. Mrs. C. A. Burnett is chairman of the music section of the club. The first regular rehearsal of the women’s chorus took place Tuesday night. There are 35 enrolled at present. It is announced the membership will be closed in a short time.
WEST END TAKES UP FIGUEROA LEVY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
WEST END TAKES UP FIGUEROA LEVY I All citizens are invited to a meeting at 8 o'clock tonight of the West Eagle Rock Improvement association at San Rafael school. This meeting is for the purpose of protesting the assessments of all property in Eagle Rock for the N. Figueroa opening arid widening. Property owners not familiar with this matter, can well learn the facts upon which protests are based. Printed forms, supplied by the Chamber of Commerce, with additions to fit them to the western part of the community, will be on hand for signing. The West Eagle Rock Improvement association plans to make this assessment information available to every property owner in that part of the community, as assessments are Just the I same amount per front foot in I western Eagle Rock as close to N. I .Figueroa* «. ;|
BESSIE BUTCHER WINS HIGH HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
BESSIE BUTCHER WINS HIGH HONOR A signal honor, one that comes to comparatively few persons in the field of chemistry, has been bestowed upon Miss Bessie E. Butcher, head of the science department .of Eagle Jlock high school, by her recent eWfetlon as a Fellbw of the Ameriflftri' tdistiitute Of ‘Chemists. ' Ihe institute, founded in 1923 to advance the -profession of chemistry, has a membership consisting of honorary members, fellows, associates, juniors, and student members. A chemist in order to become a fellow, must have had, in addition to a minimum of six years collegiate and post graduate work and two years of training, an additional five years of experience and respon- sibillty in the practice of the profession. Miss Butcher is the second woman in California to receive this honor, is one of the five members in Los Angeles and 17 In California.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
ENGEL GARAGE GENERAL REPAIRING Have you Valve Trouble? Special for this week— VALVE GRINDING $1 Per Cylinder Any Make of Car. EAGLE BOCK BLVD., V HUDSON a™ l ESSEX (g OWNERS FOR SERVICE WORK Have it done by a mechanic who Specializes on YOUR car. Equipped to give quick and reliable repair or overhaul service on any make of car. GEORGE SIMONSON 1930 COLORADO BLVD., AL. 3067
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
READ AND USE ADVERTISER WANT ADS HOCK (RV D A M 279/ KNOX’S MARCH SPECIAL on Wm. Roger’s SILVERWARE —A NEW POLICY— Wc are inaugurating, a new policy of offering the latest pattern in Wm. Roger’s fine silverware each month at a great price reduction. HERE IS THE MARCH SPECIAL For a Few Days Only 26-Piece Set now SQ.SO REGULAR PRICE |l6. Y Guaranteed 20 psai*. Beautiful Nnart pattern. Knives taoOow handle with stainless steel blades. Spoons and foixs reinforced. Set of 0 knives, 6 forks, 6 teaspoons, 6 dessert spoons, butter knife and sugar shell. In beautiful plush lined case. SEE IT IN OUR WINDOW e 2145 COLORADO BLVD. EAGLE ROCK EAGLE ROCK’S ORANGE MARKET WHOLESALE and RETAIL Where you buy Better Oranges, Grapefruit and Lemons, Cheaper. You can do better at this exclusive Citrus Market. Highway Prices. JUICE ORANGES box ft Ac SWEET NAVELS. GOOD SIZE V V ORANGES A dozen 1 CJc SWEET. GOOD SIZE. * XI/ Larger ORANGES box 75c to $1.25 LARGE SWEET NAVELS. *r A These are choice fruit. Very...