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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

HALBERT’S MEATS 1924 Colorado blvd. We assure you of the Best Baby Beef obtainable when you purchase your meat wants in this market, or you money back. Just received a shipment of fresh Northern Large OYSTERS Dozen 2^c HORMEL MINN. CELLO WRAPPED BACON »>■ pfcg- gc FANCY EASTERN CORN FED BACON ">• 15 c FANCY EASTERN STEER BEEF POT ROAST lb - isc-TOc-ioc FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER »>• 3 POUNDS FOR } 2 sc CAN BE MADE CHEAPER BUT NOT BETTER 10 U2S FANCY EASTERN CORN FED PORK CHOPS ,b 10 GS to SWIFT’S JEWEL SHORTENING 100% VEGETABLE—3 LB. CARTON PORK LOIN ROAST lb. 10 c BLADE END 100% PURE PORK SAUSAGE- ">• 12 « OUR OWN MAKE—NO CEREALS—Can be Made Cheaper But Not Better 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 PINT 15‘

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

HALBERT’S MEATS 1924 Colorado blvd. We assure you of the Best Baby Beef obtainable when you purchase your meat wants in this market, or you money back. Just received a shipment of fresh Northern Large OYSTERS 22 c ■ — 1 i ■ HORMEL MINN. CELLO WRAPPED BACON ib- i*g. » FANCY EASTERN CORN FED BACON •„ Ib -15' FANCY EASTERN STEER BEEF POT ROAST lb iMVic-iOc FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER MG' 3 POUNDS FOR ~j2sc CAN BE MADE CHEAPER BUT NOT BETTER LUER’S LARD lb. 5c Tastiest That Can Be Had MACARONI SLICED BEETS CARROT CHILLE BEANS COLD SLAW POTATO PINT 15'

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

' 'A l'y 1 W Ui •y ' SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 3 AND 4 1924 COLORADO BLVD. 1302 YOSEMITE DRIVE BROOKFIELD BUTTER Pound 1 Kraft Cheese x k lb. 1 P^c AmerirOtl Suricc T.imhiirirnr Rrlolr American, Swiss, Limburgcr, Brick, Pimento Fancy Prunes 9Ac Large Size. 3 lbs. Cellophane Bags "" Apricots 1 lb. pkg. 1 CJc Fancy DRIED v/ GREEN GIANT PEAS ... .No. 2 can 1 Pic RLC BRAND A Ripe Olives... can lAc Large Size. 9-oz. Tin \J Large Size. 9-oz. Tin P r C BRAND CANADA DRY Ginger Ale 12 oz 2 for 25c 28 oz 20c Deposit—2c on 12 oz. and 5c on 28 oz. CAMPBELLS SOUP 4 cans 25c Limit 4 Cans to A Customer—“ All Varieties” ne SOAP A bars 91 c PALMOLIVE -*■ " A SUPER SUDS ... 191/2 C 2 SMALL or 1 LARGE A msd CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP Q bars 1 Ac GIANT SIZE A \J RLC BRAND—NO. 2 TIN Wax Beans 2 cans 25‘ RLC BRAND ASPARAGUS STYLE String Beans No. 2 can 15c Niblets... .9 cans 95c DEL MAIZ « «V WHITE KING GRANULATED SOAP Large Package 27< W* h*2 rolls 15c P 0s ™ CEREAL 18 , n...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

FORREST’S BAKERIES 1924 Colorado, Eagle Rock 415 So. Central Ave. Glendale • SPECIALS THURSDAY DATE-NUT BREAD Loaf 10c MILK CHOCOLATE CAKE SQUARES Each 15c FRESH RHUBARB PIES Each 20c SPECIALS FRIDAY CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS . Each 5c ASSORTED FLAVORS ANGEL FOOD CAKES..Each 15c OLD FASHIONED GRAHAM BREAD Loaf 6c SPECIALS SATURDAY RICH and TASTY HOT CROSS BUNS .. .Dozen 19c Made with Butter and Choice Fruits EUITIT jvuirr nirm T^ PUMPKIN PIES ... ...Each Ik ORANGE COFFEE ROLLS Doz. 19c AGUILAR BROS. 1924 COLORADO BLVD. POTATOES IQ lbs. 11 c IDAHO RUSSETS or STOCKTON BURBANKS YOUNG, CRISP, TENDER CELERY HEARTS ... Each) MEDIUM SIZE. GOOD QUALITY. Sweet Potatoes or Yams, .lb.) l c |gc FRUIT SALE SOLID, CRISP, PIPPIN APPLES 7 lbs.) SWEET RIPE TANGERINES 6 lbs.) MEDIUM SIZE COACHELLA GRAPEFRUIT.... 16 for)! COACHELLA GROWN, SOFT. NATURAL DATES m lbs.) r> GREEN PEAS Q lbs. Ofr Sweet, Fresh, Full Pods.

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HOLD GLENDALE AUTO DRIVER FOR RUNNING DOWN JOHN BELL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

HOLD GLENDALE AUTO DRIVER FOR RUNNING DOWN JOHN BELL With the arrest Tuesday of Albert' Biown, of 1611 So. Lake Ave., Olendale, and his confession that he was the driver of a car which ran down John Bell, of 5129 Atount Royal drive, Saturday evening, in the hands of the police, Robert D. McCullock, of 5234 Angus drive, at first suspected in the hit and run charge, I?as completely exhonorated. According to the story told police, Brown was on his way to work,, and he Is reported to have told investigating officers that he was in a hurry and did not stop. Charges of violating motor vehicle act No. 141, covering the offense of striking down a pedestrian and falling to render aid, were placed against Brown. McCullock, who had stopped at a service station when told of the ac- cldent that his car had struck a man, went back to the scene of the accident. He maintained his innocense, stating he had turned east into Colorado Blvd., at Caspar Ave., a block from the scene of the accident. News ...

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BAPTIST MEETING SERIES SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

BAPTIST MEETING SERIES SUCCESS Rev. A. P. Howells and Rev. Daniel Bryant completed their respective two weeks’ work in each other’s pulpits last Sunday night. In a preliminary conference, they agreed that the “fundamental need in church, where men and women are so loaded with the baggage of life as the journey is made in these days, was a more vital experience possible only when vital contact with Christ is set up. The conventional evangelistic program was not put on In either church, though recognizing its merits. There will be a goodly accession of new faces in each church but both churches have been lifted bodily into a higher place of < sjjlrtual {experience." jt Onion .service here, between the ~ two churches Sunday afternoon, singersWlth numbers unable to get a place. With Arthur West of Eagle Rock at the organ and Ruth Wallam of Highland Park at the piano. Rev. Hodson of Montebello leading, and “perhaps the most enthusiastic audience ever gathered in the building” ...

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EAGLE ROCK MAN TO BE PUBLISHER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

EAGLE ROCK MAN TO BE PUBLISHER WilUan Jones, young printer of | Eagle Rock, and formerly employed! -by the Eagle Rock Advertiser, has entered the publishing business, j In partnership with Jerry Deal he | has purchased the Griffith Park News. The new owners have already as-; sumed charge of their business, and the first edition of the paper under their management will appear this week. Both men are well trained in the business, and their friends are confident of their success. Mr. Jones went to work as a printer for the Eagle Rock Advertiser in 1928, and has worked at the printing trade almost constantly since that time. For more than a year he worked at his trade and at the same time attended Franklin high school, graduating in Jan- . uary, 1932. He will edit and handle the printing of the Griffith Park News. The new owners are I installing their own plant.

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LIBRARY’S WEEKLY REVIEW OF BOOKS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

LIBRARY’S WEEKLY REVIEW OF BOOKS In answer to some requests made' by the patrons of the Eagle Rock] branch library, a few books will be reviewed each week through these] columns —books that have been I worthwhile, although not as pop-j ular as the “best sellers” of the year. The first is the “Mango Tree” by Margaret Hamilton, a most charming little volume about the author’s own childhood* in South Africa; She must have been a most delightful, but rather sensitive child, brought up with the natives who admired her greatly. In fact, they called her Munthy Ann which means ‘the bird that sang.’ Not having any playmates, she gradually withdrew from her elders, who never seemed to understand her childish moods, fljy 1 a P d nlayed in the mango tree. There she made wondernn friends of her own imagination, who conversed with her and argued and sang according to her whim. Beneath all this one sees South Africa, and its gardens, and deep In the background—the parents. It is very lovely and ev...

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CHANCE TO HEAR CHAMPION CALLER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

CHANCE TO HEAR CHAMPION CALLER Those who attend an old fashioned dance at Yosemite playgrounds Saturday night, will see Ray Littlejohn Jr., who won wirst prize as caller at a recent city inter- j playground competition at Echo Park, in action. He will be present with his special orchestra and officate as caller. Regular attendants at these 1 dances have become enthusiastists over reviving the old dances, and all interested in taking part or watching are Invited to attend.

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GEO. OHANNESIAN BENCH CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

GEO. OHANNESIAN BENCH CANDIDATE J. George Ohannesian, for the past eight years assistant United States attorney, and a resident of Eagle Rock, at 2440 Yosemlte dr., has resigned hls jwsition with thei federal governulfcnt to become a j candidate for municipal judge, of- 1 fice No. 11. The incumbent is ( 'judge Brand, recently appointed by Governor Rolph. Mr. Ohannesian graduated from U.S.C. in 1909 and had 15 years private practice before becoming' 1 deputy district attorney for Los Angeles county, after which he became assistant United States attorney in 1925. His record in the federal courts has won for Mr. Ohannesian an unusual list of endorsers, including 1 Samuel W. McNabb, William Jennings Bryan, Jr., George Bush, Norman Bailie, J. Marlon Wright, Walter Hass, Clyde Plummer, Dr. Howard Seager, Judge Chas. J. Orbison, Ralph D. Paonessa, George Winfield Scott, Joseph E. Fainer, William A. Schreider, Dr. Julius Kahn and Harry Lyons. I ■ I ti i r—iMan'y famSlte f'caseirSwens handle...

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HABEN HAS RUSH DURING FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

HABEN HAS RUSH DURING FEBRUARY A “rush of business,” one of the best he has enjoyed in a like period during his several years in business in Eagle Rock, is reported by Joe Haben, the tailor, of 5119 Eagle Rock Blvd. Mr. Haben’s report yesterday showed that in a matter of three weeks, since Feb. 0, he has booked more than 30 orders for tailormade suits and overcoats, with the former predominating, of course, as would be expected at this time of the year. Mr. Haben credits the large number of orders to improving conditions and to his advertising. “Maybe some of it is due to the'fact Roosevelt is going to be' inaugurated president Saturday,’’ said Mr. Haben. In the Goodwill and Friendship edition of the Eagle Rock Advertiser of Thursday, Feb. 9, Mr. Haben carried an advertisement announcing a spring sale of tailor-made suits and overcoats. This, and subsequent advertisements in this newspaper, is the only form of advertising he has done during the time. The results have been even beyon...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

PROTECTIVE LUBRICATION BY RICHFIELD A Lubrication Service backed by the Engineering Staff of the Richfield Oil Company. . TO BE HAD AT—JERRYS Eagle Rock Service Station 99 4755 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. FINEST - SUITS-O’COATS MAI® Yours at $25.00 Made here in our own shop from Finest Imported Woolens. Finest of Silk Celenese Linings used. Fitted before finished. Hymo Fronts—No Hair to pull out. Guaranteed in every respect. Hundreds of newest spring colors—browns, blues,' greys, tans, flannells. Leave your order early. We’ll make you the finest suit or o’coat you’ve ever had for only—s2s-* # HABEN ™ TAMR 5119 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. Around Corner from Security Bank Walk Around Corner and Save Money We’ll Give $50.00 to Charity, If you can beat Our Values.

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DAHLIA P.-T. A. TO MEET ON TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

DAHLIA P.-T. A. TO MEET ON TUESDAY Dahlia Heights P.T.A. will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, at 2 o’clock, in the kindergarten room. Miss Ida May Gearhahrt, 'school •rt supervisor, will he the speaker of the day. Prof. Prosper, a Glendale teacher and band leader, will play two cornet solos, accompanied by Lucille Bailey. The Dahlia Heights school orchestra will also play. . After the meeting there will be a social hour in the domestic science room with refreshments served by thS mothers of Miss. Leathy Anderson’s room and with Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Strong in charge. Children will be cared for in room 4.

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CAMERA CLUB TO _ ELECT OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

CAMERA CLUB TO _ ELECT OFFICERS - - drafili -’tts" has been tenative name of the camera alob, being organized by camera enthusiasts of Eagle | Hock, Glendale, Pasadena, San Marino, Altadena and other nearby . localities. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. •winnertoo, 2*14 Las Colinas Are., Eagle Bock. , Officers will be elected and definite meeting dates determined. Camera lovers who would be charter members of the elub should attend this meeting.

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SITE LEASED FOR SERVICE STATION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

SITE LEASED FOR SERVICE STATION A. K. Dair. of Glendale, has leased the property at the northwest comer of Eagle Rock Blvd and Yosemite drive, and already lias begun the construction of a super service station on the site. The lease was negotiated by John O. Adamson, Eagle Rock real estate broker. Work of clearing the site was completed this week, and construction on the station started. It is expected it will be completed in about three weeks. Mr. Dair is the operator of a service station at 801 East Colorado, Glendale.

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OFFICERS NAMED BY SENIOR CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

OFFICERS NAMED BY SENIOR CLASS Ray Burleson, by the recent election, was named president of the senior class of Eagle Rock high dCfaool. The class, in a close elec- 1 Uon held last week, nominated its candidates by ballots. The candidates for president were made to meet qualifications of the school and also of a class code. Burleson Was last term’s Boy’s league president and previously served as its vice-president. Nina Gallagher, last semester’s Vice-president, was reelected by a big majority. Helen Dalbeck becomes secretary and Lillian Kliene and Vernon Spencer girls’ and boys’ treasurers respectively, j

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FOUR DANCES ON INAUGURAL NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

FOUR DANCES ON INAUGURAL NIGHT Choice of three dances is offered the people of Eagle Rock the night of Roosevelt’s inauguration, SaturI day. These will be a dance given by the American Legion and auxiliary at Verdugo playgrounds, a “hard times” dance given by the i Royal Arch Masons at Masonic Temple, and the New Deal Democratic club’s inaugural ball at Masonic hall in Highland Park. The American Legion auxiliary glee club, of Unity unit, will have charge of the dance at Verdugo playgrounds. The usual large crowd is expected and a good time is assured. The “hard times” dance, announced by mistake for Friday, Mar. 3, instead of Saturday, will be a 1 hilarious affair. E. B. Hale, in charge, states that this is .to be a family party which everyone may attend. The costumes are expected to range from the “ridiculous to the sublime” and an expert caller , will be on the job to keep things moving. * The Inaugural ball at the Highland Park Masonic hall will be an , entertainment as well as ...

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FELLOWSHIP MEET I HERE ON MONDAY i [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933

FELLOWSHIP MEET I HERE ON MONDAY i A fellowship meeting of the Four-Square churches in the San' Fernando Valley district will be held in Eagle Rock Monday. There will be an afternoon service at the Four-Square hall at, 1550 Colorado Blvd. at 2:30 p.m. The evening service will be at i the Christian church, 5054 Ellenwood drive. The general public is invited to attend other meetings at the Four-Square church: Wednesday, 10 a.m. Bible study and prayer. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer and praise service. Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Children’s church. Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship. 6:15 p.m. Two crusader services. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service.

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