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E. R. Track Men ToMeetCanoga Athletes Here [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
E. R. Track Men ToMeetCanoga Athletes Here After defeating North Hollywood; 78 to 25 in a track meet last .Friday, the Eagle Rock high school track men will met Canoga Park Friday, confident of piling up an imposing score. The meet will be held on the local field at 2:30 p.m. Coach John Sheppard this year has assembled the best balanced track team in the history of the local high school. Eagle Rock is in a position to score in a large number iof events. Bob Beauchamp's shot put of 47 feet is one of the achievements of which the team may boast, as well as the excellent running of George Wight in the 100 yd. and of Howard Jenkins in the 440. Vernon Spencer in the high hurdles and Beverly Owens in the pole i vault are expected to make a good 1 showing. After Friday’s meet, Eagle Rock i will meet San Fernando high here. t Friday of next week; the following ; week University high at Sawtelle, j 1 and the third week. Van Nuys high : iat Eagle Rock. The final meet for | ! all schools in th...
Union Services All Next Week [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
Union Services All Next Week Pre-Easter union meetings, participated in by six churches of Eagle Rock, will open Sunday and continue all through the next week, closing Sunday evening. April 9. The first of the series will be held at 7:30 p. m. Sunday evening, under leadership of Dr. Lincoln Ferris, who will conduct the series, at the United church where all of the services will be held. Churches participating are the United, Presbyterian, United Presbyterian. Christian, St. Barnabas, Episcopal and Baptist. A special communion service for the official members and workers in the six churches will be held Saturday evening as an opening of the Pre-Easter series.
R. CORDLE SEEKS E. C. LANDINGHAM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
R. CORDLE SEEKS E. C. LANDINGHAM Ramon Corle. member of Hollywood post No. 43, American Legion, and now a patient in the United States naval hospital at San Diego, is seeking to locate E. C. Landingham, a former chief quartermaster in the U. S. navy. He is reported to be living in Eagle Rock. This is the word received by Unity post, American Legion, of Eagle Rock. Dr. Carl Ross, of the post, whose offices are at 5086 Eagle Rock Blvd., asks that Mr. Landingham communicate with him, or that anyone who knows Mr. Landingham's whereabouts communicate with him.
“CRUCIFIXION” PRESENTATION ENTHRALLS CAPACITY AUDIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
“CRUCIFIXION” PRESENTATION ENTHRALLS CAPACITY AUDIENCE Justifying optimistic predictions, [ the Eagle Rock Community Chorus', rendition of “The Crucifixion" | Tuesday evening was an outstanding success. Assisted by five other choral groups, the chorus held the capacity audience of music lovers at the Eagle Rock high school auditorium in closest attention until the ■ last note. Herbert G, Tovey directed the voice ensemble. The stage was oc-' cupied by 150 singers, members of ; the Eagle Rock chorus, the Biola I a'capella choir. Women's Sacred enI semble of Los Angeles, and Metho- , dist church choir, male chorus and I Girls’ Lyric club, all of Garvanza. Solo work by Frank Pursell, baritone, director of the Eagle Rock chorus, Yosemite playground, added an emotional quality to the presen- , tation. Albert Kuechel. tenor, and Bradford Morse, baritone, also sang ' solos. A pleasing number was a tenor and baritone duet sung by j Mr. Pursell and Mr. Kuechel. | The two out-standing choral n...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
ITO BROTHERS STORE NO. 4 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 30th, 31st, APRIL Ist FANCY WINESAP APPLES 12 lk 25 c GREEN TENDER ASPARAGUS 3^25' SWEET, FRESH, FULL PODS GREEN PEAS 4 fe 2s‘ FANCY NO. 1 w POTATOES slbs-25 lbs -25 c SWEET JUICY GOOD SIZE ORANGES S^lfr FANCY IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES IQ POUNDS IQc FRESH || CARROTS Ru " ch, H C SPINACH B ™ ch &gt; SWEET SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT EACH CARNATION WHEAT The Vitalizing Cereal From Fine Sonora wheat Lg. Pkg. 14c THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH PSYLLIUM SEED with no ill effect. is not a drug:, but an accessory food, harmless and beneficial to the intestinal tract and not habit forming;. It may be taken indefinitely Regular 75c lb. 25c HERB TEA Big Bag 35c LACTOSE and DEXTRINE, 1 lb. Tin 65c 5 lb. Tin, Regular $2.75 $2.15 PSYLLIUM SEED, Regular 75c lb. 25c VEGETALIZED SALT .. .Pkg. 15c AG-AR-GEL 3 for 25c A VEGETABLE GELATIN DESSERT SOYA BEAN FLOUR lb. pkg. 18c LIM...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
PERSONAL Rev, Dr. Thomas Parker Boyd of San Frandisco will speak in St. Barnabas Episcopal church Sunday at 11 a.m. He will also speak at the Lenton service this evening at 8. Group B, Methodist, of the United church will meet at 2 o'clock Tuesday at the church. Mrs, Bartle will review the third chapter of the text book. The Montgomery Hat Shop, 2153 Colorado, also specializes in expert Dry Cleaning. Mens Suits, 50c. Ladies Dresses, 60c up. 1t30c The Women’s Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will postpone its regular meeting one week, to April 13, because of the union meetings. New and renewal subscriptions to all magazines. Get personal ser- I Vice at home. Belcher Cooley, 18101 Pair Park. AL. 0509. Itl6p W. J. Morgan, of Morgan's store, is able to be at the store again after being confined to his home for two weeks by illness. Capt. Kingsford Smith chapter, D. B. E., will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Arthur, at 5760 Dahlia Dr., at 2:30 p.m. Old floors refinlshed. N...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
Bakery Specials Thurs., Fri., &amp; Sat. FREE -O FREE One dozen ice cream cookies with each 30c purchase. Mrs. E. L. Forsythe, 1506 Fairpark X X FEATURING Hand-Made Butter-Milk DO-NUTS Dozen ..... 2Qc CHIFFON-CREAM TIES 20‘ HOT CROSS BUNS, dz... 20c WHIP CREAM PUFFS,ea. ....PJc EAGLE ROCK BAKERY 5059 Eagle Rock Blvd. ALbany 9224 SAVE On These Vacuum Cleaner Specials, and they are all guaranteed for 1 year. REBUILT ROYAL... $1195 With Attachments PREMIER DUPLEX.. $1495 With Attachments HOOVER.. $1250 NEW STANDARD EUREKA. IQPJOO With Attachments DE LUXE EUREKA. $5450 With Attachments ” We Will Give You an Allowance for Your Old Cleaner. Terms to Suit You. CAMPBELL ELECTRIC COMPANY CL. 67021 5062 Eagle Rock Blvd. CL. 67021
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
ALICE HARRISON Organ Instruction Practice Available Phone Douglas 9401 How Much Is Fire Insurance on Furniture? The average rate is $6.00 per $l,OOO for 3 years, or $2.00 per year. Suppose you paid insurance for 50 years and had one total loss, you would get back ten times more than yon had paid in 50 years. INSURANCE Can not be bought when you need it most. ACT NOW! 5. 24 HOUR INSURANCE SERVICE 5300 Mt. Helena Ave., ALbany 2178 Eagle Rock, Calif. Buy your insurance as though you expected a loss. EAGLE ROCK FEED and FUEL CO. I 5067 CASPAR AVE. TRANSFER MOVING ALBANY 1714 MOVING 99c FERN STANDS Made of Willow, $1.50 value New Low Prices 4 lb. pkg. 69c l/z lb. pkg. 31c Getzuin Guns 40° Weed Destroyer Gladiolus Bulbs 50 for w WAGONS Large, Sturdy, Steel Body. Disc Wheels Rubber Tires—A good value at $3.95 THURS., FRI., &amp; SAT., ONLY COW MANURE Pulverized &amp; Screened 4 SACKS $1.00 A&amp;M Blue Grass lb. 25c A&amp;M Clover lb. 45c Goldie M. Hnblcr, 1...
FLEET THIEF HAS BIRD COLLECTION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
FLEET THIEF HAS BIRD COLLECTION An epic chase, up hill and down dale, during the stilly hours of the early morning, in which the moving figures were an irate owner and an alleged thief with four pigeons, one peacock, one bantam rooster, and a bird cage concealed, well partly, under his sweater, is accorded at the Highland Park police station. The pursued man, alleged to have been Harry Richey, 25, of 4622 Eagle Rock Blvd., out-classed and out-ran George Corum, of 4922 Ellenwood drive, who, aroused by undue disturbance in the neighborhood of his bird loft about 3 a.m. Tuesday, dashed to the rescue. The culprit, with a sweater full of perturbed fowls, got away from George and two other residents, who had joined in the marathon upon hearing the commotion. Corum, weary and spent, telephoned police, and a radio car picked up Richey a short time later, at Merton and Eagle Rock Blvd’s.. carrying the miscellany of birds and bird-cage under his sweater. Richey, police say, told them someone ...
JOINING CHORUS REAL OPPORTUNITY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
JOINING CHORUS REAL OPPORTUNITY • Urging residents of Eagle Rock to avail themselves of the opportunity to join the Eagle Rock community chorus, and secure the voice training, R. A. Chase, Yosemite playground director, calls attention to the fact that Frank Pursell, director of the chorus, holds a place of distinction in the music world. Through winning first place in the young artists contest of the California Federation of Women's . clubs, Mr. Pursell was proclaimed 1 the best baritone under 30 years of age in California. Mr. Pursell is giving his services to the commun- ' ity chorus. He expects to offer a series of out-door concerts this summer in the bowl at Yosemite playground. A community project such as the singing of “The Crucifixion” will be attempted as an annual affair.
OLD FASHIONED DANCE ON SATURDAY TO DRAW CROWD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
OLD FASHIONED DANCE ON SATURDAY TO DRAW CROWD Saturday night will be old fashioned dance night at Yosemite playground. Enthusiasts for this' type of dancing may come to Yosemite playground Saturday night and find a large number of other fans. Many are expected to come from other parts of Los Angeles, even as far away as San Fernando, and Reseda. Ray Littlejohn Jr., caller, with his famous orchestra, will be on hand to guide the festivities of the evening.
KITE CONTEST IS SATURDAY EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
KITE CONTEST IS SATURDAY EVENT Every boy who owns a kite is invited to enter it in a kite contest, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, at Yosemite playground. Here is the only rule—every kite must fly. They may be home-made or store-bought, original or copies 'of others, small or lariresbut in order ,to fiom«ete.- they mu# fly. There will be an award for the kite that flies highest, the kite that stays up longest, for the simplest, the largest and for the most unique. No kite is too small, and none too large. R. A. Chase, director, has ar-' ranged to have one of the big bombing model airplanes up in the air to act as traffic guide for all kites. Boys in doubt as to what to make or how to make it, may inquire of Mr. Chase at the playground, who has a large list of sample kites with full instructions as to their making. Assistance in kite making is being given every afternoon. Mr. Chase is preparing to construct a special kite out of material never before, uesd for the purpose, and ho...
Tomato Cocktail [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
Tomato Cocktail Chop fine one small slice of onion with a few bits of celery, add three cupfuls of strained tomato juice salted to taste. Let stand three hours. Mix two tablespoonfuls of catsup, ons-fourth cupful of orange juice, two teaspoonfuls of sugar and a dash of cayenne. Sprinkle with chopped parsley and serve.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
THERE IS WATCHFUL WAITING in this Councilmanic Race The Figueroa Protest at the Council Chambers Tuesday forenoon changed this attitude on the part of some; others still persist. However, everyone now knows that no further consideration is to be given the taxpayers assessment until after the election. One man, this man who is candidate for Council May 2nd, asked for immediate action. VOTE FOR "Do It Now” DOHERTY TIRE PRICES SLASHED 20 TO 30 percent Mrs. D. D. DeNure, 5328 Eilenwood Drive GOODRICH TIRES LOWEST PRISED IN ALL HISTORY AT JUETT-CLEMENTS - LENNEY 2005 COLORADO BLVD., at SHEARIN Goodrich Quality $4.95 4.40x21 4.50x21 4.75x19 5.00x19 5.25x18 5.25x21 5.50x19 5.50x18 $5.50 $5.85 VERIOVIN $6.60 $7.20 . $7.60 . $7.35 golden edv GOOOftiCH^— sUFE . sa 5t.55 T HE DDOW DDT Tlßl 4.40x21 4.50x21 4.75x19 5.00x19 PROOV . $5.65 56.30 56.85 5.00x20 5.25x21 5.50x19 6.00x20 $9.10 . $9.50 $lO.BO OLD CLEVELAND 69254 B B B k k i A m m % jx i ravalier Goodrich **** 300—USED TIRES , - r . . , ....
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 March 1933
EAGLE Market 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. PHONE: CLEVELAND 69516 BUY AMERICAN—BUY IN EAGLE ROCK BUY CALIFORNIA PRODUCTS Specials Thurs., Fri,, Sat., March 30, 31, April 1 VAN'S GROCERY we reserve the right to LIMIT QUANTITIES M. J. B. COFFEE .... 3 lb. can 75c FREE 2 lbs. Rice CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 10 bars 25c QUAKER OATS, quick or reg. sml. sc; Ige. 11c LUX TOILET SOAP bar 7c LIFE BUOY SOAP 6 bars 25c CAMPBELL’S BEANS 6 cans 25c MILK Crescent 0 tall cans 25 c Cherries, red sour, pitted,... 2 No. 2 cans 25c PEAS, Green Giant. ...2 tall cans 25c Van Camp’s TOMATO SOUP V..... 6 cans 25c FIG BARS, Whole Wheat 3 lbs. 25c MARGARINE, Del Mar 2 lbs. 15c CHALLENGE, BEST GRADE •b. 20 c BUTTER RAISINS, Sun Maid, Puffed ... 15 oz. pkg. 5c LUX FLAKES Sml. 3 pkgs. 25c; Lge. 22c SUPER SUDS Sml 9c; Lge. 17c FORMAY Lb. 18c; 3 lbs, 50c BROOMS, Orange Handle, 4 sew 25c PURE CANE, CLOTH BAG SUGAR 10 25' WITH PURCHASE OF 4 oz. BOTTLE VANILLA at Regular Low Price of 25c *♦♦*♦•**♦♦ *J»...