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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
ITO BROTHERS STORE NO. 4 V* WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS ON SALE MONDAY. TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 7 and 8 '/iAi7Ui?i? Hillsßed (31h7.: B . E 32c 5 LUr r 1 Ji-Ci H. B. lb. 18c PI. AMS Big can 1 PJc Net Contents Meat 8-ozs. WASHING POWDER Lge. Pkg. 1 £c MERMAID XV Sour Pitted CHERRIES, No. 2 tin. .2 for 25c Macaroni, Spaghetti, Noodles pkg. PJc GOLD MEDAL A-l Sesame Seed Oil Qt, Tin QAc Take for Your Health RAW SUGAR 5 1k 25 c SUGAR « 17' With Purchase of 1 Can Imported Cross Pack SARDINES at Special Low Price 10c WILSON or COMAR MARGARINE 3 ,bs l9 c PEARS 2 No - 21/2 cans 25 c PINEAPPLE 9 No - 2 '/2 cans 25c BLACK &amp; WHITE ** 100% PURE PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OlL2s*sl.oB Plus 8c Tax Nut Bros. Asst. COOKIES 5 dozen 17c HOLLY CLEANSER .2 tins 7c CHIPSO Lge Pkg l 6 c THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH LACTOSE and DEXTRINE, 1 lb. Tin 59c 5 lb. Tin, Regular $2.75 $2.15 LACTOSE AND DEXTRINE b a colon food prepared to chance the intestinal flor...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
PERSONAL New batiks, which have become the center of attraction in the arts and crafts class at Yosemite playground, were entered in the playground exhibits at the P.T.A. Art Exhibit at Sparkletts auditorium Friday. Many unique color combinations have been achieved. The product-may be put tc tfflftiy uses, it Is" claimed; Several members of the Women’s 20th Century club motored to Covina Thursday to attend the last presidents’ council of the year Election of district officers took place. Those in the group from Eagle Rock included Mrs. Lewis Reed, Mrs, A. R. Rose, Mrs. Oscar Eivrum, Mrs. Paul Brown and Dr. Laura Seeley Thompson. Plans for the district convention to be held at Long Beach, April 4, 5 and 6 were made. The Covina Women's club was host to the council. Cleaning work that is guaranteed and saves your clothes. Mrs. E. W. Hopkins, 2114 Colorado. Mtf2oc The “Qussters” Senior high school girls interested in missions, of the United church, will hold their regular meeting as a p...
MORELAND WOULD SPEED UP RELIEF [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
MORELAND WOULD SPEED UP RELIEF Declaring the city must not continue to be indifferent to the individual social consequences of unemployment, George E. Moreland, retired manufacturer and candidate for mayor at the primary election May 2. declares there is danger of the development of a veritable stampede to pauperism of the unemployed in this community. “The bureaucratic red tape and excessive overhead of the welfare bureaus operate to cause a tremendous amount of needless suffering In the city and county," he [said. “A truly constructive effort to eliminate unemployment would go far toward solving this problem permanently, but for the time being j relief should be expedited in every possible way.” [ Moreland, who has already done much for the industrial upbuilding of Los Angeles, is campaigning for election as mayor on a platform I pledging the economic reconstruc-1 tion of Los Angeles through intensive industrialization.
ARE PLEASED BY LOCAL PASTORATE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
ARE PLEASED BY LOCAL PASTORATE Pleasure over being selected for the local pastorate and over the reception they have received here | is expressed by Rev. and Mrs. P. j M. Schumacher, who recently took charge of the Eagle Rock Church of the Nazarene, at 5056 Argus drive, succeeding Rev. E. P. Mack. Mr. Schumacher is a graduate of Pasadena college and has been in church and evangelistic work for about 11 years. He spent a short time here assisting Rev. Dixon in a series of meetings some years ago. Mr. Schumacher, a graduate Qi the .state at Sari. Jose, has spent a great deal of time in church and Sunday school work. “We are seeking to make this a lively, friendly church,” said Mr. Schumacher, “and are gratified that interest and attendance is growing from week to week.”
RELEASE SUSPECT IN BANK ROBBERY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
RELEASE SUSPECT IN BANK ROBBERY With one suspect having been released dfter questioning, Highland Park police started off on new trails after the lone bandit who held up the Bank of America in Eagle Rock, last Wednesday noon and escaped with almost $lOOO. Descriptions of the man were sent out to all parts of the surrounding country, but no further clews as to his identity had been uncovered up to a late hour Saturday. Due to the fact that he was driving a stolen car at the time of the hold-up, police are inclined to catalogue the man as possibly a member of a gang operating in Los Angeles. The bandit's description was: medium complexion, medium height, slender build, weight about 150 lbs., age about 35, and wearing a dark suit.
OFFERED GALLERY. % FOR ART EfmitfT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
OFFERED GALLERY. % FOR ART EfmitfT An invitation to exhibit their works has been extended to various Eagle Rock artists by the city ’|art commission through the Eagle ' i Rock Chamber of Commerce, The ■, entire art gallary, on the third ‘ | floor of the Los Angeles city hall. has been placed at the service of l ( Eagle Rock artists during April, ( and as many as 16 large pictures may be exhibited. This offer was first made for March but, owing to absences and other causes, it could not be accepted by artists. It is esteemed a compliment to local artists to have the entire exhibition space placed at their disposal and it is thought that by April, a fine collection can be shown.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
BILLIE BIRD MARKET 1924 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6—7—B WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES MILK LAMB BABY BEEF HALBERT’S EASTERN PORK MILK VEAL HAMBURGER-10« 3 POUNDS FOR 25c MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN Be Convinced That These Salads Are the Finest and Best HOME-MADE SALADS PINT 15c FORREST’S BAKERY APPLfe SAUCE MONDAY SPECIALS I LARGE SIZE Made With Butte FRUIT CARE....Each 15c I SUGAR COOKIES ..2 doz.2E TUESDAY SPECIALS OLD FASHIONED I BLACK RASPBERRY GRAHAM BREAD . Loaf 6c PIES Each 19c WEDNESDAY BABY POTATO ROLLS.. 2 Dozen 15c SPECIALS HONEY GLAZED POTATO DOUGHNUTS . . . Dozen 25c AGUILAR BROTHERS COMBINATION SALE 10 lbs. POTATOES BURBANKS or RUSSETS 5 lbs. SWEET POTATOES MEDIUM SIZE 5 lbs. ONIONS SWEET SPANISH ALL «* 16' Fifte i'lt Siicfcisi TOMATOES SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER 2 hds) t! *'• t X • iff lb. Green Peas 2 lbs. 15 c Young:, Sweet, Full Pods Artichokes \ for 1 Kc Young, Tender PRUIT gALE Apples. .. 10 lbs. 20 c ROME BEAUTY Tangerines ...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
Editorial TAX CONSCIOUS For the first time in many years the people of this country, and of California we Californians are particularly concerned, are tax amadous. Many times in the past, specially the last few years, there been some Indication that the public was giving some thought to the subject of high and increasing taxation, but it was not serious, was a disorganized protest, and not dangeious to those who would continue the jazz times. Mow, however, let the warning go «ut to public officials and employes, of all kinds, and those who would move in any direction except toward drastic curtailment of the cost of government and public service, in every direction, whether it be state, national, county or city government, or any kind of service. Tire public is at last really tax conscious, is getting organized, and is preparing to do things. The tax question is before virtually every civic organization in some form. Thiere are many groups organised for the purpose of fighting out th...
BONNY WARE POPULAR NOW [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
BONNY WARE POPULAR NOW This popular new ware with many clever items at as low as 25c and 50c, that you would be proud to give as a bridge prize or any occasion. Several sizes of salt and pepper, pie servers, funnels, scoups and stunning bud vases. See them today at Sager’s. All leather 5-year lock and key Diariee.Al.2s—*hey*e
—LINT— By J. Q. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
—LINT— By J. Q. R. little' feiy of Sunshine— It’s Just too bad, remarks a reader, that the bank bandit who invaded Eagle Rock last Wednesday didn’t postpone his visit one day. Then he would have had to figure out how to hold up a bank on a holiday. One thing the shut-off did was to promote borrowing on a small scale. That personal touch —“Buddy could you spare a five spot?” “When depression was in flower” might be the title of the little exhibit by three very young ladies of the Eagle Rock elementary school, who entered their “Depression Flowers” in the P.T.A. art exhibit and were rewarded by the wide comment their curious garden-in-a-bowl ideas aroused. | The recipe for these flowers may Ibe obtained by enclosing a stamped and self addressed envelope to this column. Where was all that rain that the weather men were busy predicting for February? Umbrellas and overshoes became well dried out while their owners waited for the predicted down-pours, A watched pot never boils and every c...
CZECHOSLOVAKIA MUSIC PRESENTED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
CZECHOSLOVAKIA MUSIC PRESENTED A regular meeting of the Thursday Morning Music club was held on March 2, at the home of Mis. A. J. Braasch on Hill drive. The subject of the program, given under direction of Mrs. A. H. Mills, was Czecho-Slovakian music. A paper was read by Miss Ella Armstrong, describing the music of that country and introducing the following selections by club members; “Sonatina,” Dussek, Mrs. Constance Braasch. “Bohemian Song,” Dvorak, Mrs. Alice Horton Mills. “Impromptu in A Plat,” Chopin. Mrs. Ruby Pollltzer. “Gypsy Song,” Dvoark. Miss Ethel Congdon; accompanist, Mrs. West. "Waltz in A Flat,” Chopin, Mrs. Vivian Teubner. “Slav Song,” Chaminade. Mrs. Frances Cooley; acompanist: Mrs. West. “Clbullcka,” Smetana, Mrs. Vera ( Waldo. j “Sonata,” Dussek. Mrs. Edna West. Selection from "The Bartered Bride,'' Smetana. Miss Kathryn ( Van Dyke: Accompaniment and burning obligato; Mrs. Vera Waldo.j A delightful closing episode to] the program was a group of, Czecho-Slovakian...
CADETS TEACH IN THE HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
CADETS TEACH IN THE HIGH SCHOOL This term finds 13 Cadets from Occidental college doing practiceteaching at Eagle Rock high school. In the social science department there are William Cockran, Vemer Jacobson and Robert Williams. The physical education department has four. Prank Flannigarl, Aired Hunt, Donovan Main knd John Reed. In the foreign language department Melba Hendrick is teaching A 8 Spanish. Esther Hauchild and Adelaide Powers are teaching drama. The mathematics department has John Bell teaching algebra. Alexandra Grow is teaching music theory, while in the science department Phillip O. Murdock is teaching chemistry.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
SHALL WE SMITE WITH THE SWORD? Was the question of the disciples. HEAR the Lord’s Answer and the Answer of Today —At— EAGLE ROCK LUTHERAN CHURCH Maywood and Chickasaw Arcs. Wednesday Evening 8 P. M. The Vested Choir will sin* “THE MASTER PASBETH BY” Everyone Invited and Cordially Welcome. ROCK Dairy TRY AN EAGLE ROCK ADVERTISER WANT AD FOR RESULTS CLEAN UP and LOOK PROSPEROUS HANSELL &amp; CO. ODORLESS DRY CLEANERS Phone AL 3084 1563 E. Colorado Blvd.