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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 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. PER POUND EASTERN—SLICED—RIND OFF STEER BEEF POT ROAST «&gt;■ 12** FOR YOUR BREAKFAST 100% PURE PORK SAUSAGE OUR OWN MAKE—NO CEREALS—Can be Made Cheaper Bat Not Better — ■' ■&gt; ' ' FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER MO* - R A I G’S T Hie Bird Markets! SPECIALS FOR; THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 9th, 10th AND 11th 1924 COLORADO BLVD. BROOKFIELD 1302 YOSEMITE DRIVE BUTTER Pound 2i« Freshness and Sweetness Unsurpassed by Any Butter 3 POUNDS FOR CAN BE MADE CHEAPER BUT NOT BETTER Golden Bantam Corn, No. 2 can RLC Brand Country Gent. Corn, No. 2 can Shoe Peg Corn, No. 2 can Sauer Kraut... NO&gt;2«/ 2 CAN Hurff Brand Tomato Juice.. 12-oz. size—2 CANS HURFF BRAND Tomato Soup.. 2 CANS HOLLY Cleanser Scans Whole Wheat Bars 1 lb. SPECIALS SATURDAY RICH and TASTY HOT CROSS BUNS.. Dozen 19c Made with Butter and Choice Fruits...
EUGENE WESTBROOK CALLED BY DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
EUGENE WESTBROOK CALLED BY DEATH MAsonic rites toarxed the last service for Eugene H. Wesbrook, of 3108 Las Colinas ave., who died of heart trouble at his home March Bat the age of 64. He is survived by one daughter and four sons, (me Of whom, Walter Wesbrook, holds many titles In tennis, including the National clay court championship In conjunction with his partner, Harry .Snodgrass. The other three sons are known lure, Lou E. and Ward H. residing in Eagle Rock, and Harry B. making his home In Hollywood. Walter Wesbrook lives in Pasadena and is the tennis pro at Midwick Country club. The daughter, Mrs. Edna H. Orlffen, who arrived here In time for the, funeral, is a resident of Detroit. Deceased was bom in Marine City, Mich., but had been a resident of E. R. for about 10 years. He was a retired restaurant man. In addition to his chcildren, he leaves his widow, Susan Wesbrook, and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Metcalf, retired minister, supplying for R...
“LILIOM” IN FINAL,WEEK; SYLVIA SYDNEY HAS LEAD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
“LILIOM” IN FINAL,WEEK; SYLVIA SYDNEY HAS LEAD Sylvia Sidney in the revival of Franz Molnar's fantasy spectacle, “Llllom,” with Arthur Lubin, began its second and final week at the Pasadena Community Playhouse Monday evening. The play Will have its final performances Saturday matinee and evening. Th» piay.la6__atkftetfitL-iaaEd. ludlenoes to the'piayhouse. Lloyd Corrigan is seen in the role of “Sparrow.” and the large cast includes Nydla Westman, Belle Mitchell, Victor Potel, La Fayette McKee, Addison Richards, Maude Vaughan and Rose Coghlan 11.
SHAW COMEDY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
SHAW COMEDY NEXT A noted actor and for many years a lecturer on the subject of Bernard Shaw, Phidelah Rice, will play the character of “The Elder,” an impersonation of the Irish playwright at his present age, in a production of Shaw’s latest comedy, "Too True to Be Good,” which opens at the Pasadena Community Playhouse next Tuesday evening.
HOLLYGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
HOLLYGRAMS ■y BILLY...STOP... Hollywood Features Syndicate PEGGY (Diamonds and Bracelets) JOYCE with GEORGE RAFT and JACK (funny mans) OAKIE together at one Of Hollywood's newest and most exclusive (entrance by card only) Joints....GRANT (personal appearance) WITHERS and ROSCOE (fatty to youse guys) ARBUCKLE also there with one foot on the floor ...STOP. ...QUOTE... AL CHRISTIE comedy producer' as wanting to know if he can borrow JIMMIE DURANTEB (NOSE) to use as a rudder for his new sail boat... STOP .... JOHNNY WEISSMULLER the jungle man has been seen driving HOT PEPPER VELEZS long green HOTCHAMOBILE around town while LDPE is in NEW YORK town doing the show STRIKE ME PINK STOP JOSEPHINE DUNN'S es ball and chain CLYDE GREATHOUSE fell into the office to tell us about the WARNER BROS. STARLET who upon hearing SOCRATES the poison ( meals name mentioned at a very colossal and snooty dinner party ' inquired SOCRATES who's the j guy what’s he ever done in pierces was her face red she's ve...
E. R. RUNNERS ARE JUST NOSED OUT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
E. R. RUNNERS ARE JUST NOSED OUT The varsity relay teams, from Eagle Rock high school, would have enjoyed a banner day at the City Relay Carnival last Saturday if South Gate had not been entered. Although the local runners bettered the existing time in both the 4-man . 440 * and medley, South Gate annexed victories in two of the closest races of the day with times of .43:4 end 3.40:2 respectively. The 4-man 440 team I from the local school consisted ofi Wight, Jenkins, Johnson and Lubeck, while the medley squad was| composed of Wight, Johnson, Jen-' kins and Young. In the Class B and C mixed medley, the Eagle Rock team, made up | of O’Brien, J. Olson, C. Huebneri and Carley, placed fourth in a race won by Narbonne. In the field events Lee Cullen tied for fourth in the Class B high, jump with a leap* of 5'9”. The, mark establishes a new school record in the Class B division, and also marks the first time that any boy has equalled the height attained by Ed Theurer in 1928, when jumpin...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
WHY IS AN Qlaciclc RANGE SAFER? • ▼isit the Appliance Display Room, 211 South Broadway, and see all makes of electric ranges for convenient comparison. Because ... there is no flame, no fumes, no destruction of oxygen in the kitchen, no matches. Inquisitive little fingers cannot endanger their lives, or those of the family. YOUR CITY-OWNED BUREAU POWER and LIGHT CITY OF LOS ANGELES
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
STERLING’S BEAUTY SHOP PERMANENT WAVES NATURAL AND VITA TONIC (SOMMER’S) (FREDERIC’S) $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95 (Complete)— All Work Guaranteed .... ; |WI VERY SPECIAL Mon., Tucs., Wed., Thurs., March 13—14—15—16 Henna Pack, complete with * ~ nk Shampoo and Dry Finger Wave and Manicure, (ft *| OC ALL FOR Monday, Tuesday—March 13—14 Shampoo, Color Rinse and Dry CIL. Finger Wave Balance of Week 75c (Marcel 25c Extra) MARCEL 50c WET FINGER WAVE 25c DRY FINGER WAVE 40c EXPERT HAIR CUTTING 25c 1814 Colorado Blvd. CL. 65626 Try Advertiser Want Ads for Results i* w i - • . iTTu 73? Quoting from'the writings of instinctive and universal taste of mankind selects flowers for the expression of its finest sympathies, their beauty and fleetingness serving to make them the most fitting symbols of th'ose delicate sentiments for which language seems almost too gross a medium. Small wonder that the custom of giving flowers never grows old and that their use forms such an important part of a me- • m...
BARD TIMES DANCE GIVEN BY MASONS UNIQUE EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
BARD TIMES DANCE GIVEN BY MASONS UNIQUE EVENT A hard times dance given by the Eagle Rock Royal Arch Masons Saturday night, proved a delightful affair, with costumes of the dancers adding a realistic note to the evening’s fun. Following the dance refreshments were served by having the guests stand in line and receive a paper sack containing sandwishec, a cooky and an apple. After receiving his or her bag of lunchh, each guest moved on and was “handed-out” coffee. Arrangements for the dance were made by E. B. Hale.
Campfire Girls * In Fashion Show [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
Campfire Girls * In Fashion Show J About 200 Campfire Girls of Eagle I Rock and their guests attended a i fashion show and tea Saturday afi ternoon at Yosemite playground, in | celebration of the national birthday. Inasmuch as this celebration in the annals of the Campfire Girls, means “making the most of me”, the girls decided to present what might be done In the way of clothes, and showed a most attractive assortment of garments. Groups in charge of Mrs. Lorraine Morrell, Mrs. Samuel Ratliff and Mrs. Ellis Jones did the modeling. One group modeled dresses made by the girls themselves, while another modeled the official campfire costumes for street, camp and ceremonial purposes. Another assortment of clothing, including bathingsuits, riding habits v party and school dresses for girls between the ages of 8 and 16 were shown. A musical program was presented by an orchestra made up of girls in Mrs. J. Carr’s group. Mrs. Mabel Phelps group acted as the reception commmittee. The roomm w...
STATE CLUB HEAD WILL VISIT E. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
STATE CLUB HEAD WILL VISIT E. R. Annie Little Barrie, state president. California Federation of Women's clubs, will be a guest- of the Women’s 20th Century club at ''lupehfcoh' today, and will also -give an mddress. Mrs. Barrie, who is on a skort trip to the Southland, made 'm'iawmeTit'j tMmugii Ww diotwot present, Mrs. McKelvey, to visit tfte Slagle Rock club. Many members of the Women’s club here are planning to attend the meeting today In recognition of the honor of the state president’s visit. Rev. J. Whitcomb Brougher, pastor of the Baptist church of Glendale, will be the luncheon speaker. Owing to illness. Frederick Ward, who was to have given Shakespearean interpretations during the afternoon, will not be present. In his stead, a man of repute as art critic and book reviewer, Paul Jordan Smith, will talk. His subject was not announced but probably will deal with matters related to his profession.
OBITUARY MRS. ORPHA GOULD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
OBITUARY MRS. ORPHA GOULD Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Cresse's Eagle Rock chapel for Mrs. Orpha Gould, 73, who passed away at her home, 5149 Eagle Rock Blvd. Christian Science services were conducted, and interment followed at Forest Lawn cemetery. Mrs. (?ould is survived by two sons, Foster Gould residing in Eagle Rock, at 2311 Las Flores drive, ana one son living in Los Angeles.
BEVERLY JEAN BRAHAMS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
BEVERLY JEAN BRAHAMS Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon in the little Church of the Flowers, Forest , Lawn, for Beverly Jean Brahams, six-year' old daughter of Mr. and | Mrs. Webster W. Brahams, of N. I Avc. 54, who died last Wednesday at the Queen of the Angels Hospital. Interment followed in the Slumberland section at Forest Lawn. Besides her parents, the little girl leaves one sister, Kathleen, and one brother, Webster Brahams Jr. For Results use E. R. Advertiser Want Advertisements.
PUPILS OF HIGH VISIT IRONSIDES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
PUPILS OF HIGH VISIT IRONSIDES Tuesday was Constitution Day for Eagle Rock junior and senior high school students. School session opened at 8 and closed at noon, allowing all who could arrange to do so to visit the historic ship. Old Ironsides. No Information was available as to how many students made the trip to the harbor, as there were no organized parties from the school, the board of education having ruled against it. However, a large number visited the Constitution.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
FOR REAL ECONOMY IN FOOD BUYING Shop at A ! Particularly this week when you can gel such fine values as these. A glance at the specials listed in this ad will quickly convince you that A6-P is the correct place to shop for real food bargains. Stop in today and stock up. SUNLIGHT EGGS doz. 17 U. S. EXTRAS, LARGE ... EVERY EGG GUARANTEED LAUNDRY SOAP 512 c COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE J * 27c KIPPERED SNACKS , ,3 10c CRAB MEAT NAMCO...FANCY 6 ir 21c BUTTER CRACKERS W 1 iift-HC V OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 2 cans 15c * RICE CALIFORNIA EXTRA FANCY 10c BEANS QUAKER MAID 2 9c GREEN PEAS SWEET No. 2 cm 10c CAOkl PRIDE OF ILLINOIS Ni l 4A VwKIN COUNTRY GENTLEMEN can lUC SAUERKRAUT HAMILTON’S MELLO-WHEAT CEREAL KERN’S JELLIES ASSORTED TUNA FLAKES No. 2*4 can CORONADO LIGHT MEAT 10c pkg. 12c 1;::. Ioc 10c 6»oz, can STRINGLESS BEANS cut 3”:..’25c TOMATO SOUP van CAMP can 5c SPAGHETTI ENCORE 2 can. 15c SARDINES TREASURE No. I can 5c TOMATOES in puree 2«n. 1 15 c TOMATO SAUCE RECONDO 3 can* 10c lONA PEACHES hal...
CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933
CHURCHES , CHURCH OF THE NAZAR ENE j 50SS Argus Drive Rev. F. M. Schumacher, Pastor j 8:30 a.m. Sunday school. , 11 a.m. Morning worship. Pastor on “One State in This Country Where Depression is Not Know^x,” 7:30 p.m. Evening seploe. Sermon by pastor, 1 “Can Sodomite Judgment Be Surpassed?" Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer service. Second in a series of talks on Biblical examples of prayer.