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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
SPARTANtMARKET 4714 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS ON SALE MONDAY. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY MARCH 6th, 7th and Bth BORDEN’S CHEESE AMERICAN, BRICK, PIMENTO, SWISS and CHATEAU Plain and Pimento 2 ’/2-lb. pkgs,.. 25c MARGARINE GOLDEN WEST Lb. 6 C GOLD MEDAL MACARONI, NOODLES SPAGHETTI Pkg. gc Macaroni, Spaghetti, 8-oz., Noodles 4-o*. PEACHES IRIS FANCY YELLOW CLING . In Extra Heavy Syrup No. 2V? cans RAKING pOWDER . lb. can 9Qc CALUMET “ (JOHN piAKES pkg.7i/ 2 c KELLOGG’S “ CREAM OF WHEAT . lg.pkg. 99HIGH IN ENERGY—QUICKLY DIGESTED mdmd JNSTANT pOSTUM .. 4-oz. 22' CHEESE Whole Milk Ib-lfr J)OG FW MARCO can 5c MILK tall can 5 C Carnation, Borden’s, Alpine, M&amp;M HONEY 5-lb. pail Qfjc PURE MOUNTAIN BRAND WHITE PICE . ,12-oz. pkg. 7!/ 2 c * ’ COMET • SALT Morton ’ s pkg- 8 c Never Cakes or Hardens piNK gALMON tall cans 25 C QHRIMP 2 cans 25 c DUNBAR—S-oz. Cans. " mdfj GOUP .9&amp; cans 29 c Heinz...
P.T.A. Exhibit . of Art Draws 1000 Visitors [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
P.T.A. Exhibit . of Art Draws 1000 Visitors More than 1000 persons from Eagle Rock and Highland Park visited the Highlands Council P.T.Avjart exhibit, field Friday afternoon and evening at Sparkletts auditorium. The primary purpose' of the exhibit—to show some of the valuable possessions of residents and to display the work of artists and artisans —was achieved in a distinctly gratifying manner. More than three times the number of entries anticipated were shown, including numerous canvasses by famed artists, wall hangings, collections of photographic art fine hand-made quilts, relics of the days of chivalry, and many individual exhibits such as Miss May Wilson's collection of Mexican curios and art; a miniature stage coach, hand made coffee tables, and showings of the work done by the P.T.A, sewing classes and also welfare sewing. Mrs. O. T. Deal, art chairman, 10th district and Highlands council, who had charge of the exhibit, expressed her thanks to members of the committee, to th...
TWO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES TO BE ON AIR I [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
TWO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES TO BE ON AIR I Residents of this vicinity will have an opportunity to hear two authorized lectures on Christian Science by Judge Samuel W. Greene, C.5.8., of Boston, Mass., member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., broadcast as follows; Monday, March 13, at 8 p.m. over KTM from Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist. Los Angeles. Tuesday. March 14, at 12:10 noon, over KNX from Third Church of Christ. Scientist. Los Angeles.
HIGH SCHOOL WILL HAVE TROPHY EXHIBIT CABINET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
HIGH SCHOOL WILL HAVE TROPHY EXHIBIT CABINET Eagle Rock high school Is now the possessor of a handsome new exhibit and trophy case, the gift of the winter 1931 graduating class. The case, built in the school's shops, will be placed on the lower floor in a conspicuous place, where it commands the main entrance to the school. The case long has been needed, and it is much appreciated by students. Miss Margaret Noe will be in charge of exhibits and trophies. The case will be completed soon.
E. R. CHORUS GOES ON AIR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
E. R. CHORUS GOES ON AIR SATURDAY Eagle Rock community chorus goes on the air for its initial broadcast Saturday night, over K.T.M. on the regular Los Angeles playground department hour, at 9 o'clock. Frank Pursell will direct the voices in a varied program, with Mrs. S. R. Knox at the piano. I During the intermission, R. A. Chase, director of men's and boys' activities at Vosemite playground, will tell of plans for singing of “The Crucifixion” March 23 at Eagle Rock high school, when the community chorus will unite with several church choirs and special soloists will be heard. j Rehearsals are progressing in a satisfactory manner. There were 1 75 voices in the chorus Tuesday night. All members are urged to attend the rehearsal tomorrow night, the final one before the radio broadcast.
GALA EVENT FOR NEW LEGION POST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
GALA EVENT FOR NEW LEGION POST ft I Many , members..of the_Amepcan and Canadian Legions- nnd other! ex-service men’s groups attended a' gala affair given recently at Knights j of Columbus hall, Los Angeles. ’ when a newly organized chapter of the Italian Legion received its na-j tional charter. Several Eagle Rock ex-servicemen joined in the cele- j bration. whcih was characterized by Introductions of many distinguish-1 ed guests and a program following l presenting such artists as Tito I Schipa, Miss Emilia Da Prata, Raffaele De Angeles and others. I Distinguished guests included the Italian vice counsul, Marquis Roland Dalla Rosa, and officers of the I American, Belgian, Canadian and Frenchh Legions. The meeting opened with the “Star-Spangled Banner" and the Italian royal march, followed by program numbers, bestowal of a decoration on Cayallere Giovanni Falasca. introduction of special guests, and showing of special war films.
BRIDGE TOURNEY SESSION TONIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
BRIDGE TOURNEY SESSION TONIGHT Next part of a bridge tournament being conducted by Job's Daughters will take place at the home of Margaret Tilley, 2368 Addison way, this evening. The time for these events has been changed from Tuesday to Monday evenings. The last party was held last Tuesday at the home of Miss Mary Kirk. Miss Betty Beechamp holds the highest score, and, with George and Kay Frey, was a winner of one of the weekly prizes. The Mothers club of Job’s Daughters will hold its regular luncheon and meeting at noon today, at the home of Mrs. Tilley. Next Friday night. Eagle Rock chapter of Job’s Daughters will join with Atwood and Glendale chapters and put on the work for the grand guardian at Masonic Temple. The Eagle Rock girls will perform the initiation. This week-end, members of the local group will go to Crestline village in the San Bernardino mountains for a party.
BRIDE 63, GROOM 69, WEDDED HERE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
BRIDE 63, GROOM 69, WEDDED HERE A pretty wedding was solemnized Friday night when Mrs. Emma Reynolds. 63. became the bride of William J. Loomis. 69, father of Mrs. Elmer Gee, of 1822 Pairpark Ave. The- ceremony took place at the Gee home, with Rev. Earl W. Haney, pastor of Eagle Rock Presbyterian church, officiating. Tire bride wore a gown of grey and carried a bridal bouquet of sweet peas and maiden hair fern tied with tulle. Mrs. Gee acted as matron of honor and also wore grey. Following the ceremony, a reception was held and a wedding supper served to 20 guests including six couples from Seattle. The table was attractively arranged and a wedding cake with all the traditional decorations served as the center-piece. . The bride has been a resident of i Seattle for many years and Mr. Loomis spends his winters here and summers in Seattle where two daughters, former residents of Eagle Rock. Mrs. R. R. Gregory and Mrs. jG, L. Williams now make their homes. After a wedding trip to Canad...
UNITY TO HANDLE SALE OF POPPIES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
UNITY TO HANDLE SALE OF POPPIES Unity Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary will undertake to sell at least 500 poppies at Memorial time this year, it was decided at the meeting held Wednesday af- ( ternoon at the home of Mrs. Lettie fraser. 3367 Andrita St. Mrs. Ethel Santerr assisted -by ' Mrs. Louise Thrasher, will handle the poppy campaign. 1 Ida Anderson. Americanism chairman, gave an interesting report at the meeting of the Loyalty Wheel put on at Fairfax school by the ( 17th District group recently. Mrs., Anderson also told of the visit made by Mrs. Beulah Johnston to Toland Way school on Washington's birthday, when she showed several grades pictures of the nation's Capitol and answered questions regarding her so-journ there. A child welfare report made by Eunice Picelich, covering 6 months, showed that $282.00 of welfare work had been done. By-laws of the Unit were read. Mrs. Jennie Baker acted as secretary protein in the 1 absence of the secretary, Jennie Roe.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
SPECIALS LADIES 2-PIECE SUITS OR DRESSES Cleaned &amp; Pressed 50c Mens Suits Cleaned &amp; Pressed 25c Studio Cleaners 1588 COLORADO BOULEVARD EAGLE ROCK THEATER EAGLE ROCK and COLORADO BLVDS. AL 1517 15c 300—GOOD SEATS—3OO 15c Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. March 5-6-T-8 WILLIAM WARREN in “THE MATCH KING” AND “THE MASK OF FU MANCHU” With BORIS KARLOFF Also SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS YOSEMITE THEATER ; EAGLE ROCK BLVD. at YOSEMITE AL 5189 SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. March 5-6-T-8 H. G. WELLS’ “ISLAND OF LOST SOULS” With CHARLES LOUGHTON, BELA LUGOSI, RICHARD ARLEEN, LEILA HYAMS and The PANTHER WOMAN AND “FAST LIFE” With WILLIAM HAINES and MADGE EVANS ■ YORK THEATRE YORK BLVD at AVE. 50 AL 5015 SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. March 5-6-T-8 EDW. G. ROBINSON and BEBE DANIELS in t, “SILVER DOLLAR” EPIC DRAMA OF THE DAYS OF SILVER AND “MADAM BUTTERFLY” With Sylvia Sidney, Cary Grant, Charlie Ruggles Also: CARTOON—NEWS » FREE Cameo Dinnerware to the Ladies Monday k
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY- * Fire Dept FI. 3131 Building Dept AL. 9790 , Police Dept MX. 6111 Water Dept MI. 4211 Ambulance RI. 5111/: .. y Chamber of Commerce AL.1410 Sheriff . MU. 9111 Eagle Rock Advertiser AL. 2068 Physicians &amp; Surgeons Office Hours—2 - 4; 7 - 8 P.M. Office and Res. phone AL. 1812 W. M. Christensen, M.D. Physician and Surgeon 1948 Colorado Bird. EAGLE ROCK, CALIF. OCULIST N. H. Goodenow, M.D. EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT and OPTICAL CLINIC Residence &amp; Office 5052V4 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. Tel. Res. —Cleveland 62667 OPTOMETRISTS Cafl S. Ross, Opt. D. Optometrist Evenings by Appointment Office AL. 4115 Res. AL. 9860 5062 Eagle Rock Blvd., at Colo. Dr. B. F. Sherman Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted E. B. Medical - Dental Group 3169 Colo. Blvd., Phone AL. 1184 CHIROPRACTORS EAGLE ROCK HEALTH CENTER DR. D. J. OLSON DR. E. H. KNEELING Chiropractors CL. 62526 2270 Colorado Blvd. TUJUNGA ASTHMA CLINIC Asthma Successfully Treated 7047 Foothill Blvd. Phone...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE— Classified Advertisements 1 Lost and Found LOST —Leather hand bag containing glasses, fountain pen coys, cash, Blvd. bus or Eagle Rock No. 5 car Saturday. Reward. J. W. West, 5135 El Rio Ave. AL 2719 2t6c 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48. ALbany 8787. tfl9c JOBBING CARPENTER Wants work. All work guaranteed. Rates reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avoca tf26c DRESSMAKING and remodeling— Former employees of leading shops in Beverly Hills and Pasadena. Silk and wool dresses, $4., $5; cotton, $l., $1.50; children's 50c. 75c, AL. 9871. 1400 Cedar Edge. tf2oc Lawn Renovating Power Machine. Landscape Gardening. Excavating. Grading. Hauling. Top Soil and Decomposed Granite. A. NELSON AL. 2622 918 N. Ave. 50 AL. 9241 3 Situations “Wanted RELIABLE WOMAN wants daywork. Laundry or cleaning. Call mornings. AL, 5723. Mtfl3c VOTING MAN wants painting or g«rden work. A-l Refs. AL. 2881 tflc 4 Help...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
5 For Rent—Furn. rooms— FOR RENT—Large rm. with board. Sun porch, shower, phone. Excellent meals. Garage. In beautifful 1 private home. 2324 Hill Dr. nr r tf2c FOR RENT —Room and board, children or adults. AL. 8161. It6c FOR RENT—Furn. rooms, $1.50 per week. Cozy, clean apartments, $3. per week. 2112 1 2 Colorado Blvd. tfl3c 6 For Rent—Unfurn. FOR RENT —Unfum. 4 rm stucco and garage. Two bedrooms, tile sink. Water paid. 1826 Pairpark. AL. 3237. tfl6c FOR RENT—Unfurn. Most desirable. Many built-ins. Three rms., sleeping porch, large closets. Heaters. Water paid. 2329 Yosemite Dr. M&amp;Ttf22o FOR RENT UNFURNISHED—Attractive 4 room house. Refrigeration. Garage, wall heater, sunny, quiet. Some furniture If desired. 2027 Addison way. tfl7c 7 Wanted to Rent CARETAKER will give carpenter, painteing, upkeep of place for rent of 5-room unfurn. Box R.H. care Advertiser. 2t6p WANTED TO RENT—4 or 5 room furnished house, near Luther Burbank high school. Not over $25. mo. Call Thelma Nic...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 March 1933
MARKET A.? COLORADO BLm JL : CLEVELAND 6951% BUY AMERICAN—BUY IN EAGLE ROCK BUY CALIFORNIA PRODUCTS Specials Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, March 6-7-8 VAIVPC rRATfRY WE reserve the right to T nil kJ URUtull 1 LIMIT QUANTITIES EXTRAS, LARGE, STRICTLY FRESH FflflG Dozen Iftc JLi VI VI U LIMIT 2 DOZEN A V OXYDOL Large Package 18c HOLLY CLEANSER 3 cans 10c GLOBE A-l BISCUIT FLOUR Pkg. 25c LIFE BUOY SOAP 4 bars 25c BEN HUR COFFEE, filter papers free lb. 31c GOLDEN WEST PEANUT BUTTER, 2 lb. Jar 25c PICKLES, Mission Brand, dill or sour Qt. Jar 20c SUPERIOR Macaroni,' Spaghetti or N00d1e5,..,.8-oz. pkg. 5c QUAKER PUFFED RICE 2 pkgs. 25c QUAKER PUFFED WHEAT „ 3 pkgs. 25c CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 10 bars 23c PEET’S POWDER Lge. Pkg. 19c DEL MONTE FIGS in syrup, No. 1 can 15c SOAP PALMOLIVE 5 bars 25c Supreme Sour Pitted CHERRIES All Brands Tall MILK KIPPER SNACKS CRYSTAL WHITE SYRUP SEAL MOTOR OIL, Eastern CALIFORNIA WHITE RICE PINK BEANS SUPERIO LONG SPAGHETTI CRESCENT MILK M.J.B. COFFEE HILL’S RED C...
limited Banking, Scrip Friday Is Expected Here L. A. CLEARING HOUSE PLANS TO GO AHEAD ON OPENING PROGRAM Banks Work on Plan to Provide Payrolls and Limited Funds for Living Needs, at Least. Greater Scope Is Possible [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
limited Banking, Scrip Friday Is Expected Here L. A. CLEARING HOUSE PLANS TO GO AHEAD ON OPENING PROGRAM Banks Work on Plan to Provide Payrolls and Limited Funds for Living Needs, at Least. Greater Scope Is Possible Opening of the Los Angeles banks for at least limited banking operations, and issuance of scrip, or clearing house certificates, such is the program outlined last night, and to be put into effect Friday morning. This program will be carried out unless specific instructions to the contrary are received from the treasury department at Washington, D. C. Request for such authorization, based upon the Los Angeles clearing house interpretation of the instructions received from the national capital yesterday, has been made to Washington. It is possible the banks will open Friday for full resumption of banking business, except for restrictions I upon. withdrawals of old accounts, i T&amp;is depends upon developments -g? yyyyi I Issued a prccli istfon extending the ' bank...