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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
I &lt; w #A* * * C: N I ■ SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 16th, 17tk and 18th SUGAR Fine Granulated 10 lbs 39 The Best Grade Fine Granulated Sugar 1924 COLORADO BLVD. 1302 YOSEMITE DRIVE KEN-L-RATION Dog Food 2 cans PINK or WHITE Beans... .4 lbs. FANCY BLUE ROSE Rice 4 lbs. BEECHNUT Spaghetti 2 cans JELL-WELL and Jiffy Lou 3 pkgs. HEINZ TOMATO Juice... .2 cans KELLOGGS Corn Flakes... 2 PACKAGES PIMIENTOS and Green Chilis... RLC BRAND 2 CANS REE -1 Jar Gulden’s Mustard-p* With Purchase of 2'CANS ANGLO CORNED BEEF at can 12'^c REGULAR 42c VALUE CALUMET BAKING Powder ...1 lb. BOOTH’S OVAL Sardines 3 cans Spiced - Natural - Tomato TINY TOT Sardines Scans For Better Biscuits Bisquick BISHOP’S Marshmallows l-lb. Pkgs. 2 for HElNZ—Regular 10c Size Beans.. .3 cans PINK Salmon 3 tl cans DEL MAIZ Niblets. .2 cans c Mrs. W. O. Nutting, 1576 Linda Rosa QUAKER OATS For the Right Start Each Day, Eat a Bowlful of Hot Cereal 3C Small... Large.... 12c WELCH’S Grape Juice g...
‘WHOLE WORLD BREAKING UP” IS WAY WITNESS DESCRIBES QUAKE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
‘WHOLE WORLD BREAKING UP” IS WAY WITNESS DESCRIBES QUAKE “It felt as if the whole world was&gt; breaking up.” That was the graphic description of the earthquake which transformed Long Beach into a chaotic mass of ruins last Friday evening, as given by Miss Evelyn Bostrom, niece of Mrs. W. W. Roe of Maywood Ave., who was brought to her aunt’s home after the siege of terror. "We were seated at the dinner table, when a terrific Jolt threw us right up off our chairs. At first we thought it was an explosion, because of its suddenness. Then my sister said, ‘Earthquake’ and we all ran for the door. "My mother and little sister were in the bedroom, and as they started to leave the room, the door swung shut and stuck, and they had to go through the bathroom, screen porch and kitchen to get to the dining room, and on oiit the front hall. “Just as my sister was passing it, a china closet in the dining room fell and struck her on the leg. She was the only one hurt, though another sister...
ROCKDALE P.T.A. MEET INTERESTING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
ROCKDALE P.T.A. MEET INTERESTING Two interesting speakers held the attention of an appreciative audience at a meeting of the Rockdale P.T.A. the afternoon of Mar. 10. Miss M. Koellman, of Rockdale, spoke on Girl Scout activities and expressed a willingness to organize a Girl Scout troop if mothers are found to assist her. Mrs. Edward Gaylord gave an interesting talk on “Harmony in the Home.” Two pleasing numbers “Trees” and “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling” were sung by Mrs. Duvall, MSrs. Vincent accompanying her at the piano. Four second grade pupils from Mrs. Edward’s room read “Good Citizenship” rules compiled by themselves under the headings, "Cleanliness,” “Courtesy,” “Safely” and “Thrift.” Sixth grade pupils under Mrs. Messick presented some interesting highlights from the life of Luther Burbank. + Mrs. Walter Hoehen, program chairman, announced that the Rockdale P.T.A. is 20 years old this year and elaborate plans for a gala birthday celebration are being made. This party will be...
ADVISES-PLAY TO KEEP UP MORALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
ADVISES-PLAY TO KEEP UP MORALE By keeping active, even though unemployed, individuals can keep their own morale and thus improve the morale of the entire community. SuCh is the belief of George K. Pratt, M.D., of New York, as expressed in his new book, “Morale— The Mental Hygiene of Unemployment.” . “Under present day conditions, when work for gain may be denied, ‘work for health’s sake’ may become literally a life-saver to flagging morale and to the preservation of self-respect and 'buoyant mental health,” Ur. Pratt declares. In Los Angeles, thousands of the unemployed are following this ideal by spending their enforced leisure hours in healthful, recreational activities at municipal recreation centers, It is reported.
HOLLAND ADVISES SAVING THE LEVY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
HOLLAND ADVISES SAVING THE LEVY EDITOR, Eagle Rock Advertiser— The Figueroa extension seems to I be a problem that concerns most | everyone in the 14th district to the j extent of about an average of $7.50; per 50-foot lot. Why all the 101 1 owners are assessed the same,; re-1 gardless of their distance from the ImproVemeiif, seems to be the most; important question. In spreading an assessment it has been customary to spread the assessment according to the benefits. All the lot owners in the 14th district cannot be benefitted equally on any project. It would seem just as reasonable to assess the people on N. Figueroa, In Highland Park, for widening Fletcher drive, Verdugo road or Eagle Rock Blvd., as it is to assess the lot owners in Eagle Rock for widening Daton Ave. or opening Figueroa between Solano and 2nd street. My recommendation to the city council as a solution to avoid all assessments is the best way out. When condemnations were put through the courts on this proceeding six...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
REPAIRING of Watches and Jewelry That You Can Depend Upon As Being Right S. R. KNOX JEWELER 2145 Colorado Blvd. This is No. 1 of a series of messages to appear in windows of Eagle Rock Stores THIS IS OUR HOME Our hopes and our ambitions are centered here. Naturally we should have the local pride that • •• • V causes us to hope that our community will grow and thrive. And yet some of us spend our money elsewherfe, thereby taking just that much power for for good away from ourselves. Let’s help the community and ourselves. PATRONIZE THE
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
“WOLF!” “WOLF!” , (By AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY) Too long have certain business interests cried-“ Wolf.” In • desperate effort to twist sales curves upward, they have under-rated their public. False promises, wild sales schemes, cheapened products . . • What they overlook is that a changed economic scene has not changed the desires of people. They still want to be amused, live well and enjop themselves. Their desire for line clothes, jewelry, automobiles is as great as ever. They still want success and independence, cbmfort and secili«y. But having less, they b»Te learned to spend with greater wisdom. Naturally, they have turned to concerns they know and in which they have confidence. A good name and a good reputation—that is what counts. In this respect the value to agents of OLD LINE STOCK COMPANIES that have withstood the tests of war, conflagrations and panics, companies that have earned the good will of insurance buyers everywhere, is inestimable. Agents and brokers know that a g...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
. * UU BORDEN’S CHEESE AMERICAN BRICK, PIMENTO. SWISS and CHATEAU PLAIN and PIMENTO 2~ 1 /2 lb. pkgs.. ,25c 3DAL Macaroni, Spaghetti Noodles MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, 8 oz. NOODLES, 4 oz. LLOGGS WHEAT RRISPIES 5 C NEW LOW PRICE DRIVE IN MARKET WEAVER, Proprietor. VE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 iIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 16th, 17th, 18th ir cuaT thatj^oneVssaveo BY baling here Our PRICES are LOWERED to save money tor every purchaser. The Quality of Our Groceries is KEPT HIGH to make a CUSTOMER of EVERY BUYER HONEY “WEAVER’S FOODS WIN FAVOR WITH PARTICULAR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO SAVE.” 1 lb. 6 oz. jar 9Qc IT. or SAP.P BUCHANON’S PURE ORANGE or SAGE OLIVE OIL, Bottle 9Ck UEINZ, PURE, 8 oz. HO FTLE ■■ ** CATSUP, Bottle 1(k RITTER BRAND, LARGE 14 oz. BOTTLE MATO SAUCE, .9 cans BRIARDALE, Sot. CANS R’spberries, BTckberries 2 cns 9^c DI TTUDDDDirC \TA O P IMC BLUEBERRIES, NO. 2 CANS POP CORN, 2 cans 19 C JOLLY TIME, 10 oz. CANS CINNAMON ROLLS .. .. doz. 7%c r*Ai n cm nm i n.. ® GOL...
EAGLE ROCK CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5054 Ellenwood Drive Paul Barber, Minister [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
EAGLE ROCK CHRISTIAN CHURCH 5054 Ellenwood Drive Paul Barber, Minister » Utuuci) 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for all ages. j 10:50 a.m. Morning worship. Ser-j it. on: “Illuminated Living.” I 6:30 p.m. Christian Endeavor. Senior and intermediate groups. j * .7:30 p.m. Evening service. Address by Mayor John C. Porter: “What k Save We A Bight to Expect of Our Minister.” j ys mbs tmmm* 7:30 Tuesday evening,/at home of George Gustin. ■ Prayer meeting and choir practice at 7-30 Wednesday evening. Mrs. j Zoc R. Myrenius, choir director. j I
I liaiiii m mmm ■ i ■ m ■ EAGLE ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH Loieta at Colorado Daniel Bryant, Pastor. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
I liaiiii m mmm ■ i ■ m ■ EAGLE ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH Loieta at Colorado Daniel Bryant, Pastor. 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 Morning worship. 6.30 p.m. Junior, senior hi and college B.Y.P.U. societies. Topic of college group. “Learning How to Get Along with other People." leader, Noel Prodsham. i | 7:30 p. m. Evening service. I I Wednesday evening, 7:30, Midweek prayer meeting, open forum on “Shall Christ Have a New Deal?” | Thursday evening, 7:30, Choir practice. i • Rev. Bryant is continuing with his Sunday morning series on “Shall , Christ Have a New Deal?” The series has met with great approval |and has been appreciated by all the members of the church.. | i